Earthquake Shakes Central Canada « The Canadian Headlines Newspaper
A magnitude 5.0 earthquake hit central Canada Wednesday afternoon, rattling buildings from Sudbury to Quebec City, and as far south as New York City.
The epicentre of the quake was in Quebec, about 38 kilometres north of Cumberland, Ont., which is on the Ottawa River, according to the U.S. Geological Survey, and struck at 1:41 p.m. EDT at a depth of 18 kilometres.
There have been two recorded earthquakes with a magnitude over 6.0 in the Western Quebec seismic zone: a 6.1-magnitude quake in 1935 and one measuring 6.2 in 1732.
“Earthquakes are fairly uncommon here,” said Morgan Moschetti, a seismologist with the U.S. Geological Survey. “This isn’t totally unheard of, but they are relatively infrequent.”
Mr. Moschetti said aftershocks are “definitely a possibility” but that such smaller earthquakes are sometimes so minor they are hardly noticeable.
“After any large event, there’s going to be some adjustment in the earth,” he said.
Mr. Moschetti said the earthquake was felt in the U.S. from Chicago to western Maine.
An earthquake with a magnitude of 5.0 is considered to be a moderate one but it can cause major damage to poorly constructed buildings over small regions. At the most, it should cause only slight damage to well-designed buildings. However, parts of the Ottawa Valley, including Ottawa, are at greater risk of structural problems because of ground acceleration, a phenomenon in which the type of bedrock amplifies the effects of the tremor, said Alexander Cruden, a professor of geology at University of Toronto.
by Selph, independent writer
The other day I was flipping through the channels (hate to admit it), but came across mention of my man, Nikola Tesla. Of course, I was intrigued. It was on Discovery Channel’s program, “Mythbusters”. In this episode they set out to build and test Tesla’s patented and legendary “earthquake machine”, which weighed only six pounds.
Tesla claimed he built one and attached it to a steel beam in his large building. He then tuned the machine, searching for a frequency of oscillation that would resonate with the steel structure. After a while he found the right frequency and the entire building started to quake violently. He had to take a hammer to the machine to get it to stop.
Residents of the building evacuated and the police and fire department reported to the scene. The hosts of the show, who set out each week to, more or less, scientifically disprove common “myths” and legends, didn’t follow the patent exactly and made two machines that didn’t work. Then another guy built it and they finally had something that was producing results.
A six pound, hand-held machine that was causing a massive steel beam to oscillate violently. They found a large steel bridge to test it on (I’m not sure which bridge it was, but it was massive). After tuning the machine extensively, they finally found a frequency that resonated with the structure and everything on the bridge was vibrating.
A six pound machine was producing a rythmic vibration over a hundred feet from its location. They said it felt like a semi-truck was going by…constantly. Nevertheless, they “disproved the myth”, because it didn’t exactly cause an earthquake. Maybe not, but something else could.
If you’re like most people, you’re not sure who Tesla is. Nikola Tesla is arguably the greatest inventive genius of the modern age. That’s because he invented most of the technology we depend on every day, like alternating current electricity, radio, x-ray, etc… “Tesla’s inventions and discoveries also formed the basis of modern robotics, radar, most forms of wireless communications, loudspeakers and more.
Few of these breakthroughs are credited to the inventor, even today.”
So why don’t you know about him? Because certain people don’t want you thinking about free energy, weather control, the wireless transmission of electricity, or the “death ray”. This is a pretty entertaining overview: LINK
It is apparent that many of Tesla’s inventions and discoveries were developed far after his death and are still being developed and expanded upon today.
So here’s the significance of the “Earthquake Machine”. If a six pound pneumatic device can cause a large steel building to quake and an enormous bridge to vibrate rythmically and consistently throughout, then what would it take to vibrate an existing fault enough to cause it to give out? Well, my friends, I think that technology has been around for a while now. It’s called HAARP. HAARP sends controlled and tuned bursts or streams of high frequency (HF) radio energy at Earth’s ionosphere. The enormous amount of energy added to the ionosphere creates a tuned vibration which then is directed around the globe on the jet-streams. Where ever this enormous vibration ends up it creates extremely low frequency (ELF) waves which travel down to the earth. (It can also send down LF, HF, VHF, UHF) Using this method, HAARP is capable of extremely deep earth tomography: basically “x-raying” the earth.
That much is not controversial. Well, what if they tune it to resonate with the geological features of a fault line, causing a violent vibration, which then causes the fault to give way?
I’m not alone in believing this is entirely possible. It makes perfect sense. Tesla may have been a mad scientist, but he beileved he could literally split the earth in two, using this method.
That is, of course, not the only thing HAARP can do. It has a range of applications. Wanna know how to steer a hurricane? Heat the water along its path. HAARP can do that. HAARP can manipulate weather patters by heating land, air and sea, as well as by changing pressure levels in the upper atmosphere. Wanna shoot a giant bolt of electricity at a target… HAARP can do that. Wanna create an EMF blast to wipe out all electronics in an area? HAARP can do that. How about an EMF blast that will kill all living creatures, but won’t damage structures? Wanna put up a “missile shield” over your country? What else? Wanna send down some of the extensively researched psychoactive and biophysically active frequencies, to create “non-lethal” effects on huge areas of people, all at once? Then you need HAARP.
That’s why HAARP is so dangerous.
If you don’t believe HAARP is capable of these things, do some research before you dismiss it. Watch “Holes in Heaven: HAARP and the Advancement of Tesla technology”. It’s no joke. One of the best kept secrets of our time.
internet site reference: LINK