posted on Mar, 14 2011 @ 02:51 PM
Originally posted by avingard
What weapons, exactly? It seems to me that you need to show that an earthquake can be planned before you suggest that the Japan earthquake was
The only thing I've heard is that a nuke alone isn't enough to set off a big Tsunami.
But with the addition of magnetohydrodynamics it is.
Hannes Alfvén did experiments where the behaviour of waves in a water tank were studied.
Turns out that waves on the surface have little effect on the entire column of water,
and the sediment on the bottom was hardly stired up at all even with strong waves.
But, if a current is applied to the water,
then the force of the wave travels through the entire column and the sediment is stirred up.
The same would work in reverse for an explosion under the water.
If one runs a current through the water the force is greatly multiplied.
Here is an example of a home experiment one can conduct to create a whirlpool in a cup.
ehow.com: how to make a whirlpool in a cup
... say ... wasn't there a strange whirlpool seen after the event?
edit on 14-3-2011 by davidgrouchy because: (no reason given)