in a 1997 DoD news briefing US Secretary of Defense, William S. Cohen, warned of “the use of electromagnetic waves” to “set off earthquakes”
The Fukushima 1 plant was equipped with 13 diesel back-up generators to power the Emergency Core Cooling System (ECCS), but all of these failed. Battery back-ups are available, but these function only for a few hours. Without the ability to cool the reactor, the outcome is a meltdown, which can occur rapidly after the failure of cooling. Meltdowns may have occurred.
There are 6 reactors at Fukushima 1 and an additional 4 at nearby Fukushima 2. Tokyo Electric (TEPCO) is now indicating that there are cooling problems and dangerous pressure increases at several of these units.
Tokyo Electric Power Co. (TEPOC), operator and owner of Fukushima nuclear plants, said early on Sunday that a sixth reactor at the nuclear power plants has lost its ability to cool the reactor core since Friday’s quake. (Source)
There seems to be considerable evidence that we are closer to the beginning of this disaster than to the end, and already it is almost unprecedented in scope.
But wait, there’s more . . .
- Yahoo!Finance reports Japan quake-tsunami death toll likely over 10,000, an official said Sunday, as millions of survivors were left without drinking water, electricity and proper food along the pulverized northeastern coast.
- The Telegraph reports Japan shuts down as economic fears grow. The three largest motor manufacturers – Toyota, Honda and Nissan – said they would stop production at almost all of their domestic assembly plants. Electronics giant Sony also said it would be shutting down production.
- Japan Set to Go Deeper in Debt. Japan’s national debt is 200% of GDP. Of the G20 nations, that is the highest percentage in the world in terms of Debt-to-GDP. Japan cannot afford more debt, but more debt is coming regardless. Bloomberg reports, Japan Plans Spending Package as Quake Slams World’s Most Indebted Economy.
But wait, there’s more . . .
Use of Electromagnetic Waves to Set Off Earthquakes
In a 1997 DoD News Briefing, “Secretary of Defense William S. Cohen” warned of “the use of electromagnetic waves” to “set off earthquakes”.
Read the 1997 DoD Briefing here: http://www.defense.gov/transcripts/transcript.aspx?transcriptid=674
HAARP Fluxgate Magnetometer (Source)
The chart below is a running plot of the readings taken from the fluxgate magnetometer, built by the University of Alaska, Geophysical Institute, operating at the HAARP ionospheric observatory in Gakona, Alaska. The three traces represent mutually orthogonal components of the earth’s magnetic field as follows:
- The “H” component (black trace) is positive magnetic northward
- The “D” component (red trace) is positive eastward
- The “Z” component (blue trace) is positive downward
Geomagnetic storminess is usually indicated in oscillatory variations in the earth’s magnetic field. Additional detail concerning the nature and severity of the ionospheric disturbance can be found through analysis of the three components of the field.
HAARP and earthquakes–whistle blowers or lunatics?
Benjamin Fulford Explains HAARP and Earthquakes
Benjamin Fulford (born 1961) is a journalist of Canadian descent living in Japan. He worked in Japan as a correspondent for Knight Ridder, the International Financing Review, the Nihon Keizai Shimbun English edition, and the South China Morning Post before moving to Forbes magazine, where he was the Asian Bureau chief from 1998 to 2005. (Source)
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