posted on Dec, 26 2011 @ 11:39 AM
There were news reports from NHK, stating the government seismologists remarked that the four trigger point quake mechanism, was 'highly unusual',
showing a graphic of this. In addition a Finnish nuclear engineer proposed, in a poorly translated video, that reactor issues from new MOX fuels,
causing ionised particles to be vented, made the use of haarp or similar scalar electromagnetic device necessary to force particles down, to prevent
interaction between them and the upper atmosphere. The side effect of using it was an earthquake on an already fragile part of the world. I'd assume
the operators were aware of this risk too. His theory is lent credence by multiple station measurements of a very large beta radiation spike, 2 days
prior to Fukushima, across USA by EPA radnet. He also stated the Finnish power plants (of which he worked 20 years at) and other facilities using this
new fuel, are experiencing issues.
Or it was natural?
Or it was the Israelis using scalar weaponry - Japan was selling Iran nuclear materials.
Or the population reduction crew?
Who knows. What matters now is beating radiation, if you want to play the survival game.
This event could fit in pretty well with the Georgia guidestones over time. Cancer usually takes around 10 years at lower cumulative doses like this.
3+ nuclear reactors lost, possible weapons complex destruction and at least 2 spent fuel pool fires - which are even worse than reactors or nukes, as
thousands of tonnes of highly irradiated and radioactive 'burnt' fuel are stored there. It's not a relatively clean explosion, it's a self feeding,
spewing bonfire. We have at best case ten years left of continuous emissions, from these burning blobs of radioactive magma, smouldering in the
bedrock. This contaminates the sea, air and land all over the world - unfathomable numbers of wind carried, tiny nuclear shards. Of which just one may
be enough to kill you, if deposited in your lungs. Chernobyl was already left in the dust around day one, Mayak and the multitude of other nuclear
disasters and tests eclipsed as well.
We are in uncharted territory. Too bad for us that free energy can't really have a meter put on it.
edit on 26/12/11 by GhostR1der because:
grammar corrections and now its bedtime!