by Claudio Resta
During the Cold War, Russia developed a sophisticated machine to probe the thickness of the earth’s crust. However, the results obtained were completely different from those expected! EARTHQUAKE!Whose effects are extremely dramatic if the machine is used in places situated along a tectonic fault line.
At the end of the Cold War and of the Soviet Union US military bought the machine and the scientist who developed it. Nobody knows where it is now but the suspect is that they use it against Nations that run counter to US foreign policy agendas and goals like Turkey. The machine is called PAMIR.
Here are the original pages of IVTAN, the Russian Institute for High Temperatures, which talks about one of these Pamir generators.
Some Turkish media have reported that the cause of the recent earthquake could be a low-yield nuclear bomb, although no official confirmation of this has yet been given.
According to Dane Wigington Nations that run counter to US foreign policy agendas and goals (or covet natural and energy resources) are too often hit by catastrophic earthquakes. Question: Is it just an incredible coincidence?
While according to Scientist Fran De Aquino, Department of Physics, State University of Maranhao, S.Luis/MA, Brazil, conducted a study on HAARP that appeared online in July (ed of 2011): High-power ELF radiation generated by modulated HF heating of the ionosphere can cause Earthquakes, Cyclones, and localized heating.
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