posted on Dec, 27 2011 @ 04:44 PM
reply to post by caladonea
Yes. ATS "New Topics" does post the Russian successful launch of a Intercontinental nuclear- capable missiles today. While the area 'listed' is not
the same region as today's earthquake, Russia does not have a history of being honest with details. Seems highly coincidental that a large earthquake
would take place on the same day as the 'successful' test of these missles.
(From the posting on ATS New Topics)
[MOSCOW: The Russian military has successfully test-launched two intercontinental nuclear-capable missiles, the defence ministry said. The Bulava
missiles were fired from a submarine in the White Sea on Russia's northwest coast and the test "went as planned," Lieutenant Colonel Igor Konashenkov
told Russian news agency Ria Novosti. The missiles hit their targets on the Kamchatka Peninsula in the Pacific Ocean, he said.]
Thank you for making the connection.
edit on 05/25/2011 by biteme because: typo