posted on Apr, 11 2011 @ 08:43 AM
He said HAARP so you can immediately dismiss his ramblings as pure nonsense.
Also 90 minutes to go, cutting it a bit fine methinks.
I'm in Kyushu and live in the valley under Kirishima which houses the active Shinmoe-dake crater with the active Sakurajima about 30 miles away to
the south. Heard two explosions after dark, one of them erupted again, but that's par for the course right now.
What we are seeing right now is completely normal vulcanism and tectonic activity. After the massive 9.1 in Indonesia in 2004 the aftershocks
continued for years with a mag 7 in 2005. Shinmoe-dake erupted for teh first time in 50 years in January however it had been heating up for at least
two years. I first noticed the smoke 2 years ago and it steadily grow in size. We actually travelled up there the weekend before it blew to look for
a cheap house to buy as we wanted a place with built-in hot spring and there was a lot of smoke coming from the crater. I asked my father-in-law at
the time if he'd heard anything about an imminient eruption and he said no but it looked so obvious. Three days later it went up.
HAARP is such bull#. You'd think there were no earthquakes before this nonsense started and now every time there's a quake or volcano people scream
"HAARP" and run around screaming throwing their hands in the air. These massive quakes hardly ever just go off but always have preceeding tectonic
activity just as we saw the week before March 11th. And volcanoes take months or years to erupt and the signs are always visible from the smoke
activity as I posted above or to the huge swelling in size of the actual mountain as was seen in Mount St Helens decades ago.
Okay, so we had a massive earthquake and 2 months before it a dormant volcano of 50 years erupted. That is it. The earthquake was overdue as it hits
every 75 years. Okay, it's not the Philipine plate which is what was expected and if a massive 9.0 hits on that plate then we can say for sure this
is unusual tectonic activity.
Lastly, Mount Aso erupted in the mid-90s and it's about 40 miles to our north. So it's not like volcanoes don't erupt all the time. If I see
another huge quake on a different plate or another large volcanic event then I would reason that we entering dangerous and unpredented waters. Until
then I'm happy to be hear and don't buy into all teh hysteria and fear-mongering. Of course I am 1000km away from Fukushima.