Deixo aqui alguns vídeos que mostram essas estranhas luzes nos céus horas ou minutos antes dos sismos ocorrerem.
Também são interessantes os dados que estes dois blogs nos apresentam sobre a lista de ocorrências de sismos nos últimos 7 dias, dados fornecidos pelo USGS do Governo dos EUA e a chamada de atenção do Ecocidio para a quantidade de sismos acima do valor 5.0 na escala Richter.
Gostaria de saber se é normal a ocorrência deste tipo de fenómenos antes da ocorrência de sismos, ou se existe registo na história deste tipo de fenómenos, alguém sabe de algo?
Segundo a entrada na wikipedia sobre este tema, é possível a ocorrência deste tipo de fenómenos, o que infelizmente poderá querer dizer que a utilização da HAARP e SURA está protegida por uma negação plausível, tornando ainda mais perigosa esta arma.
* Aumento da emissão de gás rádon ou radônio;
* Aumento da emissão de gás hélio;
* Aumento da emissão de gás metano, com possível formação de nuvens de metano (coloridas);
* Aumento da atividade de vulcão de lama;
* Ocorrência de microssismos;
* Alteração da condutividade eléctrica;
* Flutuações no campo magnético;
* Modificações na densidade das rochas;
* Variação dos níveis da água em poços próximos das falhas;
* Anomalias no comportamento dos animais; por exemplo migração em massa de anfíbios.
* Aumento da emissão de dióxido de carbono em áreas vulcânicas;
No entanto presumo que as variações electromagnéticas sejam mais intensas quando é usada a HAARP, seria interessante que se fizessem estudos INDEPENDENTES sobre estas ocorrências.
An earthquake light, is an unusual luminous aerial phenomenon, that reportedly appears in the sky at or near areas of tectonic stress, seismic activity, or volcanic eruptions. Once commonly challenged, it was not until photographs were taken during the Matsushiro earthquake swarm, from 1965 through 1967, that the seismology community acknowledged their occurrence.
Alguns dados directamente do projecto HAARP:
The HAARP Ionospheric Observatory uses numerous scientific instruments to study the earth’s geomagnetic environment and to assess radio propagation conditions. These instruments operate continuously, monitoring and archiving the naturally occurring variations that take place in response to the sun’s day-to-day and long term variability. Current geophysical data is available from the scientific instruments in the listing below.
The induction magnetometer detects temporal variation of the geomagnetic field based on Faraday’s law of magnetic induction. This instrument, which was provided by the University of Tokyo, is composed of three individual sensors.
The image below is a time-frequency spectrogram, which shows the frequency content of signals recorded by the HAARP Induction Magnetometer. This instrument, provided by the University of Tokyo, measures temporal variations in the geomagnetic field in the ULF (ultra-low frequency) range of 0-5 Hz. The spectrogram images are produced by computing the PSD (power spectral density) of successive 102.4-second segments of timeseries data, and plotting these spectra as color/intensity slices along a 24-hour scale. If the images below is not too interesting, you might want to look at 02 Sep 2004 for an example of narrowband PC1 pulsations, or 27 Jul 2004 for an example of wideband ULF noise during a magnetic substorm. Expanded plots of the last 12 hours, last 6 hours, last 3 hours, and last 1 hour are also available.
(fotos e vídeos)
May, 09,2008, 2 days b4 this chinese deadly earthquake, somebody took those photo in Linyi, Shandong province, east China, which you can see lot “line-shaped” cloud, and somebody spot it is Earthquake Cloud and predicted a 6+ earthquake will happen within 2 days, but they dont know where. Of course, nobody believe them that time. Then, 12, May, a 7.8 earthquake occurred in Wenchuan, Sichuan province, west China.
This video was recorded by a team of reporters from a local news program. The place is Javier Prado Av. one of the main avenues in Lima, Peru. At the moment of the filming there’s a major blackout in Lima.
(as luzes no Peru poderão ser de estações eléctricas?)
When exactly did the Lights occur, before or after or during the
earthquake? 2. Who saw the Lights in the sky right afterwards? 3. Where
were these Lights in the sky seen?
Palma Silva: Dieter, The lights were seen during and after the
earthquake, it was almost 1 minute and a half and since it was so
strong many people went outside. Also, it was at 3:34 AM and I was
asleep and I awoke stainding up near the entry door of my room. I have
other friends descrie the strange color and lghts on the sky, as they
were above us (electricity was out). There is even a report of a girl
on CNN and she describes the sky as looking almost “surreal”, look
under the latests videos and find the one that goes as “terrifying
(Luces Antes del Terremoto en Chile [27/02/2010])
(entrevista a jornalista chilena, Cecilia Lagos)
Infelizmente só encontrei um vídeo ao qual não atribuo grande importância.
E para terminar um vídeo interessante sobre os 5 de 20 possíveis instalações do tipo HAARP E SURA espalhadas pelo planeta.
column is provided as a public service by the Geophysical Institute,
University of Alaska Fairbanks, in cooperation with the UAF research
community. T. Neil Davis is a seismologist at the institute.
When scientists are skeptical about the existence of reported
phenomena, they often try to cover up under a layer of humor. Such an
attempt by one seismologist led him to remark that “the chapter on
earthquake lights is the darkest in seismology.”
No longer does this subject lurk in the shadows of scientific
skepticism. Among the more illuminating observations that have brought
this topic out into the scientific light of day are those acquired by a
Japanese dentist. He managed to photograph earthquake lights occurring
during a ten-year earthquake swarm starting in 1965.
While seismologists are not yet certain of the cause of earthquake
lights, they now are highly interested. Not only is it certain that
earthquakes can cause lights in the sky; it seems possible that the
lights sometimes occur before earthquakes and so serve as warning
“It isn’t just conspiracy theorists who are concerned about HAARP. The European Union called the project a global concern and passed a resolution calling for more information on its health and environmental risks. Despite those concerns, officials at HAARP insist the project is nothing more sinister than a radio science research facility.”
— Quote from a documentary on HAARP by Canada’s public broadcasting network CBC
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