Fukushima disaster. In depth look at the evidence hidden by authorities and media.

Discussion in 'News and Current Events' started by exOT8Michael, Jun 9, 2011.

  1. exOT8Michael Member

  2. exOT8Michael Member

    Yes, yes, some tinfoil, I know, but some of the evidence is highly disturbing, frankly.

  3. Anonymous Member

    lol hopeless little jerks
  4. Herro Member

    You're kind of an idiot Michael.
  5. exOT8Michael Member

    From you, Herrro, I can only take that as a compliment. Thanks.
  6. Herro Member

    Any time. Wanna have sex later?
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  7. mongrel Member

    I guess exOT8Michael is another name to add to my list of people that I mistakenly thought were reasonably intelligent.
  8. exOT8Michael Member

    No problem, I don't court popularity.
    The quote you posted in extremely out of its context so looks ridiculous, of course. LOL
  9. mongrel Member

    Here it is in full context. Still looks pretty fucking retarded to me.

  10. exOT8Michael Member

    I find it intriguing that the buildings AFTER a supposed 9.0 quake are not showing any damage/ I lived through a massive quake in Mexico City 1985 which was around 8.1 on the Richter Scale, I think. The buildings damage all across the city was massive. The article is challenging the 9.0 "measurement", and quite rightly so.
  11. Herro Member

    I take it back. You're a full blown idiot.
  12. Ann O'Nymous Member

    Nice "ad hom" with no substance.
  13. Anonymous Member

    Shouldn't this be moved to some sort of conspiracy / Zeitgeist thread?

    this is bullshit, OP.
  14. Anonymous Member

    You realise the quake was under the sea don't you, OP?
  15. q_p Member

    Went though the blog and I have to say it smacks of conspiracy-theorist bullshit. Don't buy it one bit. Just another variation of some dumbass trying to do the "America attacked Japan for some minor reason" scenario.

    This should be a clue to you Michael. Seismic waves, especially of this magnitude, are registered world wide. This earthquake was recorded by THOUSANDS of seismographs and confirmed thousands of times by people who are in direct opposition with each other. I would expect an uproar in the geological community if this earthquake was fake. Yet there isn't a sound from them denying the quake.

    And trying to compare crappy Mexican construction built on an unstable dry lake bed to Japan's much more modern and earthquake resistant construction as a base line doesn't work at all. I know, I do lots of earthquake resistant design in construction for a living.

    That blog is a waste of yours and everyone's time.

    Furthermore... how did they fake this?

    This might be a "fun" mind game to loose yourself into, but just remember in the end it's a fantasy. The earthquake happened. The tsunami happened. And the US didn't do it with a tsunami nuke or seismic ray gun or whatever the soup de jour super weapon of the day it is.
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  16. Herro Member

    I finally read through the whole link and I have to correct myself once again. Michael, you are a colossal idiot. Nice enough guy though.
  17. Anonymous Member

    I think that the world is Conspiring to shower me with blessings.
    That's my theory.
  18. lulzgasm Member

    First off, tsunamis can't happen without them being triggered by an underwater earthquake. Hence, if there was a tsunami, there was an earthquake. Could the earthquake that caused the tsunami be HAARP-related? Possibly, but I haven't yet seen any of the tell-tale signs to suggest that it was (e.g. strange "aurora" effects popping out of the blue for no reason near the ground-zero prior to the earthquake, etc.). And that's assuming HAARP can even do such a thing.

    And even if it was HAARP, the U.S isn't the only country with HAARP technology (Russia, China, and I think Sweden also has such facilities). So there is far too much tinfoil speculation involved and very little real facts.

    That being said, there wouldn't be laws banning the use of tectonic and weather-control weaponry if such weapons didn't already exist or, at minimum, we didn't have the technological capabilities to build such weapons. And if, some time down the way, it ever got revealed that several countries already have weaponized satellites with particle beam weaponry, et al., I would not be surprised in the slightest.

    Most people never even knew we had EM bombs until just prior to the war in Iraq. Despite that even the average rank and file in the military had known about the EM bomb months before the media had known.
  19. MochaKush Member

    My friend was recently fed into the Obama conspiracy theories -sigh-
  20. lulzgasm Member

    Which ones? That Obama was born in Kenya or that he's a pharoah's clone? Or are they claiming he's a lizard now?
  21. Herro Member

    I'm still waiting for someone to tell me how HAARP can cause a 9.0 magnitude earthquake without violating conservation of energy and mass. Rewrite the laws of physics or GTFO.
  22. Anonymous Member

    Herro, your avatar guy looks mean.
  23. Stickman Member

    9/11, 3/11, 4/11? see a pattern? Let's not see a 6/11. Your time and effort in spreading the word may really make a difference.

    I'd like to spread the word that too much focus on testing in US schools has not been so good for critical thinking skills. HAARP is open to the public in a few months, just like it is every summer, so I invite the people slandering their work to go up and meet the people who's life y'all have turned to shit with your constant unsupported attacks on their atmospheric research.
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  25. exOT8Michael Member

    lol wat?
  26. Stickman Member

    Sorry, this was a quote from OP's linked article: "9/11, 3/11, 4/11? see a pattern? Let's not see a 6/11. Your time and effort in spreading the word may really make a difference." It was linked to HAARP, which is 'tard-helmet stupid, but I might have skipped a few steps in explaining that. I value what HAARP is doing on ionospheric research and there's 3-4 other bases worldwide doing similar work which are free from nutcase conspiracy theories, so ...
  27. exOT8Michael Member

    What does HAARP have to with Britney?? LOL
  28. Anonymous Member

  29. exOT8Michael Member

    Does she know?
  30. Anonymous Member

    Open to the public? Really?
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  31. lulzgasm Member

    No need to rewrite the laws of physics. You just need to understand physics better. You don't need massive amounts of energy. You just need the right amount of energy, concentrated on the right spot of the fault line.

    And, relatively speaking, it doesn't take that much energy.

    But I'm uncertain about quantum physics.....

    Edit: just found this to add:

    The amount of pressure pressed against the plates determines the severity of the quake when the pressure gets released. So....find a fault where some decent pressure has built up, and just do something to make it slip. Heat a part up with microwave energy, cause something to lossen up with perhaps sound waves, maybe even radio waves depending on the amount (HAARP can generate LOTS).

    But the necessary pinpoint precision makes it unlikely that HAARP could do so by bounce a beam off the ionosphere. But a satellite-based weapon however....
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  32. exOT8Michael Member

  33. PresidentShaw Member

    I'll just wait and see what the skeptics have to say about this, as I'm clearly not a geologist
  34. PresidentShaw Member

    And neither is this guy in your link obviously.
  35. PresidentShaw Member

  36. lulzgasm Member

    "The radioactivity from this gas ionises the air on a large scale and this has a number of knock on effects. Since water molecules are attracted to ions in the air, ionisation triggers the large scale condensation of water.
    But the process of condensation also releases heat and it is this that causes infrared emissions. "Our first results show that on March 8th a rapid increase of emitted infrared radiation was observed from the satellite data," say Ouzounov and co."

    Infrared emissions wouldn't necessarily mean HAARP. The lights phenomenon is in the visible spectrum.

    I wonder if enough radon emissions from a soon-to-be-quake would cause a visible aurora effect? If so, then HAARP just might not be it.
  37. exOT8Michael Member

    One, of several, things that intrigue me the most is the evident lack of earthquake damage in many buildings which were then swept away by the tsunami. Red flag anomaly.
  38. Anonymous Member

    Outta here.
  39. lulzgasm Member

    How far from Japan was the earthquake that caused the tsunami?
  40. exOT8Michael Member

    Lots of infoz here.

    My questioning of this comes from comparing the quake I went through in 1985 in Mexico City (8.1, epicenter approx 360 km away, approx 5,000 buildings collapsed, over 10,000 dead) with this one (9.0, about 95km away).

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