posted on May, 12 2011 @ 04:53 PM
HAARP might be responsible for some earthquakes, HAARP might be able to read signs from some earthquakes, or HAARP may have nothing whatsoever to do
with it - it's a mystery at this point.
Due to an earthquake prediction that I believe holds merit I've been watching various indices over the last month to see if any patterns stand out
which could possibly indicate more predictability. Here's what I've seen concerning HAARP.
This is the HAARP signature for the weeks around the Japan 9.0 of March 11th, 2011. Note there is reasonably normal activity until the day before the
quake, with increased activity the night before, and highly increased "absorption" the day AFTER.
I noticed a similar trend around the 2nd and 3rd of May, 2011. You still see the daily fluctuations, with higher absorption during the nighttime hours
Here's close-up of the May 2-3 graph.
No significant earthquakes happened around the May time period. USGS earthquake information
(edited: removed columns -- just shown for reference; check USGS for complete and full lists)
The next earthquake over 6.5 (after the May 2-3 timeframe) was on May 10th: a 6.8 at Loyalty Islands, North East of Australia. Here's the HAARP data
for that date.
Obviously there is not enough data to make any clear assertion about HAARP - only 3 dates - but this data can discount HAARP being fully responsible
for all earthquakes, and also that HAARP can be active and NOT cause earthquakes.
Anyone know of HAARP proposed events around May 2-3rd? Flooding, hurricanes etc?
I'm not making any statement that HAARP is responsible for such events but only gathering more data and doing more comparisons can get us an answer.