Saturday, May 21, 2005

Weird weather generator?

A lake in Russia disappeared overnight.
NTV television showed pictures of a giant muddy hole bathed in summer sun, while fishermen from the village of Bolotnikovo looked on disconsolately.

"It is very dangerous. If a person had been in this disaster, he would have had almost no chance of survival. The trees flew downwards, under the ground," said Dmitry Zaitsev, a local Emergencies Ministry official interviewed by the channel.
Officials blame natural phenomenon but the villagers think otherwise.
I am thinking, well, America has finally got to us," said one old woman, as she sat on the ground outside her house.

You may laugh but I read it and then read this - the Sumatran earthquake that caused the tsunami was the longest recorded quake in history and remember the island in the Indian Ocean that was spared coincidently held a US military base.

I think about the last Florida hurricane season. Four hurricanes in a short time and two make landfall in the exact same spot and I remember Jerry E. Smith and his work on HAARP.

Send tin foil hats if you like, but read his theory on the military applications of the program and tell me it doesn't sound at least feasible.
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