Originally posted by meticulous
Is this HAARP Status website legit? It could just be another crackpot who colors in areas people are talking about and claiming they are targeting the area.
I was just wondering the same thing.
Originally posted by PatriotGames2
reply to post by AGWskeptic
Yeah, that doesn't surprise me.
The question then becomes.. who the hell is pulling our chain? Must be someone reading websites like these and figuring out who's talking about what so they can scare the crap out of people.
It seems that whoever is running the site is just watching for developing weather patterns and consequently assigning his fake 'HAARP' signals over these already existing patterns. So he must be aware of the EQ swarms and is targeting that area to freak people out specifically.edit on 14-9-2012 by PatriotGames2 because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by zeeon
I live in San Diego. I'm not worried. They have many, many trained and qualified experts working for the USGS in Southern California. I love a good conspiracy, but on this I'm going to go with the experts.
I just don't see how they would allow millions of people to perish by not giving as much warning as possible.
If there were significant indicators of activity or impending doom I feel confident that our local, state and federal agencies would notify us. If a super volcano or some other natural disaster were about to strike I feel confident they would tell us.
One thing people always overlook when talking about disasters...that us - people (humans) - are our most valuable resource. You can have all the money, land, buildings, infrastructure etc etc etc but what good is it all if nobody is around? It's this reason that keeps me feeling safe that, in this context, I think our Government would do everything in its power to assure our safety.
Just my .02 cents.
Originally posted by EllaMarina
I keep recalling the movie Dante's Peak. In it, the main character described the "boiling frog" phenomenon. Supposedly, a frog slowly boiled will die without doing anything, but if it is dropped into the hot temperature all at once, it will jump back out. The town refuses to evacuate until it's too late, because their baseline for normalcy keeps rising along with the slowly building occurrences.
Does anyone else suppose that the situation in California could eventually qualify as such?
Originally posted by Twilightgem
The RSOE page links to descriptions of the event in Yosemite. It is a virus carried by rodents and their droppings.
I heard of this virus before watch a study on it, very deadly as well when it blooms with population growth cycles greatly occurs every 7 years.
recall the lady down in new mexico who came down with the virus and lived.
thank you for your find.