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Has the Induction Magnetometer been doctored?

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posted on Apr, 21 2011 @ 01:29 AM
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As many of you probably know, the Magnetometer website has been brought back online after more than a week of being offline.

Induction Magnetometer

This was brought back online earlier today, and after a quick scan of the last weeks worth of data, it appeared that HAARP had not been active much. That isn't to say there wasn't ANY activity, but nothing to cause alarm, after all, the only major spike shown here was about a week ago, and we all know nothing really major happened then.

However... I took a closer look at the data. Day by day, pixel by pixel... and I've grown to be suspicious of this data.

If you'll look for yourselves, it appears to be a very botched photoshop job. A form of censorship, so it appears like all is well. I'll list a few examples here:

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This one here seems to cut off at the 10:00 mark, and continue on into the next one:

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This one between the 4:00 mark till just before the 10:00 mark.


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Again at the 4:00 mark up until what appears to be the 21:00 hour mark:


I don't know, it just seems inconsistent with the rest of the data. It's also worth looking at April 6th for a seriously massive spike (the spike is interesting, but also note it cuts off just before the spike, possibly common occurrence?).

I could just be imagining things, but I really don't want another major earthquake to hit, whether it be a final strike against Japan to topple it into the ocean, or a strike against the San Andreas (of which I live about 10 minutes away from the fault in Southern CA).

Anyone else see it?

edit on 21-4-2011 by Lionhearte because: (no reason given)




posted on Apr, 21 2011 @ 01:54 AM
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Yeah, looks like a cover-up. It's a black blur in the middle of all those charts. I knew it would be like this when the site came back on. They were editing the charts.



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