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A longwave HAARP earthquake signature of 7.4 in California has given suggestion to a possible California earthquake to occur sometime between this Sunday and Wednesday. According to HAARPStatus.com, “significant change is expected. Anything over M7 is rare and special attention must be directed when readings go seven and higher…. A long duration and slow build being a large scale change.” This longwave has been developing slowly over a long duration of time as first shared with you in this story dated Wednesday @ /earthquakes/2012/10/haarp-west-coast-earthquake-signal-as-haarp-is-in-full-blast-2446038.html November 1, 2012 – 3:30p EDT California has gone red. Usually this is weather, but this signature is that of an earthquake. The frequency build and peak of 7.4 suggests a window of Sunday through Wednesday of next week surrounding California. NYC station is back up after being down down. These signals are not from Sandy. These are new signals across the Northeastern United
Originally posted by Phage
HaarpStatus.com is a real-time sensor network from over 22 sensors placed at volunteer residences across the United States. The sensors can detect the HAARP frequency on the ionosphere.
"Detect the HAARP frequency on the ionosphere?" That doesn't even make any sense.
"Current frequency magnitude readings". That doesn't even make any sense.
Oh wait... it's Kevin Martin's site. Now it's starting to make sense. It's crap.
October 22 A tropical depression forms in the southern Caribbean Sea off the coast of Nicaragua. The depression strengthens and becomes Tropical Storm Sandy, with maximum winds of about 40 mph.
October 24 Sandy has become a Category 1 hurricane as it moves northward across the Caribbean and crosses Jamaica with winds of 80 mph. Although Sandy’s eye does not cross the Dominican Republic and Haiti to its east, the storm dumps more than 20 inches of rain on Hispaniola. More than 50 people die in flooding and mudslides in Haiti.
So lets see if any thing happens in next few days in California as haarpstatus.com is indicating it’s picking up long waves 7.5 plus indicating earth quake. Lets hope not.
Originally posted by kdog1982
I don't know,man,the dude behind that site looks like Johnny Depp.
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