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Synthetic Earthquakes

Synthetic Earthquakes, or diplomacy by other means
No natural force is more destructive than earthquakes. The energy released by a magnitude 6.0 earthquake lasting 45 seconds, is several thousand times greater than a nuclear bomb. Furthermore, according to the USGS (united states geological survey), earthquake forecasting remains little more than an elusive goal. Sadly, many earthquakes strike locations where the population and government institutions have little or no capability to deal with the aftermath. Places like southern Iran and rural China.

Looked at from another perspective, an earthquake would make an ideal tool of destruction. Able to strike without warning, and appearing to be an act of nature, can you imagine any government or military organization that wouldn't want to add such an awesome capability to it's arsenal? But of course generating synthetic earthquakes is pure science fiction. Or is it?

See URL:  http://www.geocities.com/electrogravitics/se.html

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bingo, thanks: Piezoelectric & electrostriction two-way street to manipulate.... 01.Feb.2005 06:55


Piezoelectric & electrostriction effects:
Under the influence of mechanical stress, dielectric materials exhibit a phenomena known as the piezoelectric effect. Simply stated, an electric field or potential is generated within the material due to physical deformation created by the applied mechanical stress. While generally considered to be an exclusive property of crystalline dielectrics, the phenomena is also observed in both amorphous solids and liquids.

Any material that exhibits piezoelectric activity, will also exhibit electrostriction phenomena. This is the inverse of the piezoelectric effect, whereby the material changes shape and/or volume under the influence of an externally applied electric field.

This is Baloney 01.Feb.2005 08:20

Ulrich Klepper

Who is Steven J. Smith, anyway? I think he's nuts! Only ET's can cause earthquakes and they left this planet ages ago, disgusted at what they found here. Get out those Alcoa beanies, bhong people, and let the endless stream of dumb supporting references begin!

processed troll meat above 01.Feb.2005 10:15

baloney watch

The only thing baloney is your comment.

No, Itís Pastrami 01.Feb.2005 10:24

Steven J. Smith ssmith6565@aol.com

The comment above by Ulrich Klepper is specifically tailored to create an atmosphere of mockery surrounding the subject of artificial earthquakes. This gentleman is a professional misinformation agent, sent by those who wish to hide the truth.

If you have any doubts, please look at URL:  http://nyc.indymedia.org/newswire/display/140451/index.php

Compare his comments there, with his comments here, and you'll see what I mean.

Go back to your employers Ulrich, and let them know you failed. And give them this message for me. Tell them I grow tired of their incompetence...


William Tager - Martyr 01.Feb.2005 14:25


Let's not forget "What's the frequency, Kenneth?" Dan Rather knows about the reality of mind-altering radiowaves and may reveal the truth on TV before he retires.

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