posted on Apr, 11 2011 @ 07:45 PM
honestly I don't understand: How and why should a system of antennas be capable of causing earthquakes? The amount of energy involved isn't really
an issue: most earthquakes according to seismologists are caused by sudden fractures induced by accumulated elastic potential energy at the border
between two plates, so the energy is already there. Japan is a volcanic archipelago, just on the edge of an oceanic rift, I don't think anyone with a
bit of sense is surprised that is a high earthquake risk area. The frequency and intensity of earthquakes in recent years is pretty alarming, but even
looking back at our short recorded history of earthquakes we could easily agree that it follows a bursty pattern, or in layman terms... when it rains
A radar can detect an earthquake looking at the ionosphere, the vibrations from the earth crust do mechanically propagate trough the atmosphere and
induce measurable vibrations in the ionosphere, but the other way around seems a bit physically unfeasible to me. Does anyone have any hard data, or
even just a reasonable justification for this HAARP paranoia?
BTW it's too bad for Japan, let's hope at least Godzilla doesn't show up.
Sorry, I'm new on this board, what is all the talk about transformers?