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Offline AlexanderStone

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Proof that Mexican Earthquakes were man made
« on: September 22, 2017, 12:58:31 pm »
The first Earthquake started 43 miles down. The ionosphere is about 46 miles up. Even without 'advanced' methods you could still use simple capacitive heating to heat a fault line to trigger an Earthquake. That said, there is very clear evidence of somewhat advanced technology being used:

Mexico City Ball Lightning attempt (after first earthquake off the coast). Results in very slight earthquake; most of the fault line's energy was already spent on the earthquake off the coast:

Here you can see large plasma streamer coming off of one corner of the tower. This was during the successful 7.1 earthquake:

They had been 'heating' the fault line the entire time between the first attempt, and the second 7.1 earthquake. That's how evil they are.

Here are their trial runs for creating ball lightning (more precise earthquake control):

'Regular' plasma

Ball lightning achieved:

The Ball Lightning in the first video is clearly the cause for the following reasons:
It reappears in substantially the same area (assuming a weapon targeting over great distance) ~a half dozen times for each instance.
They all decay at the same rate
They are the color of an excimer laser (nitrogen excitation)
No sound, no shrapnel, power is still on.
They are mid air
Typically one at a time (weapon has limited power)

It appears to be a tuning issue; I don't believe they were intending on this effect.

Offline AlexanderStone

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Re: Proof that Mexican Earthquakes were man made
« Reply #1 on: October 09, 2017, 10:33:32 pm »
Fukushima lights (ball lightning):