High Tech Weapons That Control Weather RIGHT NOW

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A nuclear-weapon-powered tsunami wave is possible, though not the most deadliest use of such a device. Paramount / “Deep Impact”

Once again we find our east (and west) coast threatened by Tsunami Waves.  Do you still remember the events around the Volcano on La Palma?  It was not that long ago.  Of course, so much has happened since then.  It is easy to forget because we are overwhelmed.

The elite FULLY INTEND to use UNNATURAL NATURAL DISASTERS against us, you can count on that.  They know the power of these types of phenomenon and they know that people find it hard to blame anyone for such events.  These events in the past were referred to as acts of GOD.  But, I am here to tell you, OUR HEAVENLY FATHER is not the source of these modern disasters.  Though HE is ALWAYS in CONTROL.  It is ONLY by HIS power that more people have not died in these events.

Because humanity as a whole has turned its back on GOD and put their faith and trust in manmade systems and “experts”, GOD is allowing us to see the true depth of corruption and evil these things/beings can reach.

This post is full of verified information that should clearly demonstrate to you that the governments of the world (not just the USA) are in control of the weather and more importantly they are creating volcanos, earthquakes and TSUNAMIS!

I have so many articles related to this topic it would be impossible to list them all here.  You can check my search engine for yourself.  Better yet, you can do your own research.  It will be more meaningful for you, if you do.  Allow the HOLY SPIRIT to lead you to the TRUTH that YOU need to see.

UNTIL RECENT YEARS, the word Tsunami was unknown to most of the world’s population.  Suddenly, we hear it nearly everyday.  It is a phenomenon that seems, like many others, to be happening on an ever increasing level.  That fact alone should give one pause.  WHY?  Why are all these weather events suddenly increasing in size and number?  What or who is behind it.  It certainly does not seem the least bit natural.  As part of the human race, we should feel the desire to KNOW why! By all means, if they are being caused by something we are doing as individuals, than we should do something different. If these are in truth “Acts of GOD”, than maybe we should find out why GOD is sending them.  If they are acts of madmen, than we should STOP THEM!


According to the National Geophysical Data Centre, the first recorded tsunami occurred off the coast of Syria over four thousand years ago.
There is geological evidence that large tsunamis have occurred thousands of years ago. In terms of the earliest tsunami in the historical record, a volcano erupted on Santorini Island, Greece and created a large tsunami. The years I’ve found for this event are 1628 BC and 1410 BC.

History Of Tsunami: The Word And The Wave | WAER

History Of Tsunami: The Word And The Wave

In Japan, the first recorded use of the word "tsunami" occurred well over 1,000 years ago. Tuesday, a boat lay aground after being washed inshore near Sendai.
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In Japan, the first recorded use of the word “tsunami” occurred well over 1,000 years ago. Tuesday, a boat lay aground after being washed inshore near Sendai.

The word “tsunami” is originally a Japanese word, but today it’s commonly used in English. And it’s been all over the news since a powerful earthquake sent a wall of water into northeastern Japan on March 11. (2011)

The first English use of the word happened more than 100 years ago, says linguist Ben Zimmer, of the Visual Thesaurus. That’s when an earthquake struck off the east coast of Japan, very close to where the recent tsunami hit.

“There was reporting in the National Geographic Magazine, and it said, ‘On the evening of June 15, 1896, the northeast coast of Hondo, the main island of Japan, was struck by a great earthquake wave,’ ” Zimmer says, “and then it explained that the Japanese term for this was ‘tsunami.’ ”

From that first mention, the term became more widespread — especially after the disaster that devastated Indonesia in 2004.

A Question Of Accuracy

Zimmer suggests that perhaps “tsunami” spread in use because the common synonym, “tidal wave,” is inaccurate — waves from underwater earthquakes have nothing to do with tides.

Then again, “tsunami” isn’t technically accurate either. Just ask professor Robert Ramsey, chairman of the department of East Asian Languages and Cultures at the University of Maryland.

The normal etymology of that word is tsu plus nami, ” he says, “which is ‘harbor’ plus ‘wave.’ But you know, these things don’t just occur in harbors.”

We’ve brought it over into English anyway, changing the pronunciation a bit, by dropping the T-S sound from the Japanese “TSU-nami,” and just pronouncing it as “SU-nami.”

Japan’s Long Tsunami History

It is fitting that the global word for this natural disaster is the word the Japanese people use: Tsunamis happen frequently in Japan. Almost one-third of all recorded large tsunamis happened in that country.

Drawing on the meticulous record-keeping of Japanese officials, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration has a website that lists tsunamis in Japan going back to the year 684.

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Sep 30, 2021  The first megatsunami to be documented in detail in Indonesia remains one of the largest tsunamis on record.  On February 17, 1674, an earthquake struck the Maluku Islands in the Banda Sea. The first megatsunami to be documented in detail in Indonesia remains one of the largest tsunamis on record. The seismic event sent a massive wave crashing into Ambon Island, where it killed more than 2000 people. The water reached the top of the coastal hills on the Hitu Peninsula, indicating the tsunami peaked around 328 feet.
Krakatoa produced the first tsunami recorded and studied globally by scientists and, as one of the most destructive tsunamis in history. In 1883, killing more than 36,000 people. Most victims died from the enormous tsunami the blast unleashed. Mountains of seawater more than 140 feet high and carrying 600-ton blocks of coral wiped out dozens of villages along the coast of Java and Sumatra

World’s Biggest Tsunami | 1720 feet tall – Lituya Bay, Alaska – Geology

Prior to the July, 1958 tsunami, Don J. Miller of the United States Geological Survey had been studying evidence for the occurrence of large waves in Lituya Bay. He had documented evidence for at least four previous large waves with estimated dates of 1936, 1899, 1874, and 1853 (or 1854). It inundated five square miles of land and cleared hundreds of thousands of trees.
Sep 1, 2022 Before 1992, no one had observed seismograms where a tsunami earthquake had unfolded or developed methods for quickly calculating a reliable magnitude for them. The 1992 earthquake in Nicaragua changed that. It was the first tsunami earthquake ever recorded by broadband seismometers.

It was 2004, the day after Christmas, and thousands of European and American tourists had flocked to the beaches of Thailand, Sri Lanka and Indonesia to escape the winter chill in a tropical paradise.

At 7:59 AM, a 9.1-magnitude earthquake—one of the largest ever recorded—ripped through an undersea fault in the Indian Ocean, propelling a massive column of water toward unsuspecting shores. The Boxing Day tsunami would be the deadliest in recorded history, taking a staggering 230,000 lives in a matter of hours.

The city of Banda Aceh on the northern tip of Sumatra was closest to the powerful earthquake’s epicenter and the first waves arrived in just 20 minutes. It’s nearly impossible to imagine the 100-foot roiling mountain of water that engulfed the coastal city of 320,000, instantly killing more than 100,000 men, women and children. Buildings folded like houses of cards, trees and cars were swept up in the oil-black rapids and virtually no one caught in the deluge survived.

Read more: The Deadliest Natural Disasters in U.S. History

Thailand was next. With waves traveling 500 mph across the Indian Ocean, the tsunami hit the coastal provinces of Phang Nga and Phuket an hour and a half later. Despite the time lapse, locals and tourists were caught completely unaware of the imminent destruction. Curious beachgoers even wandered out among the oddly receding waves, only to be chased down by a churning wall of water. The death toll in Thailand was nearly 5,400 including 2,000 foreign tourists.

An hour later, on the opposite side of the Indian Ocean, the waves struck the southeastern coast of India near the city of Chennai, pushing debris-choked water kilometers inland and killing more than 10,000 people, mostly women and children, since many of the men were out fishing. But some of the worst devastation was reserved for the island nation of Sri Lanka, where more than 30,000 people were swept away by the waves and hundreds of thousands left homeless.

As proof of the record-breaking strength of the tsunami, the last victims of the Boxing Day disaster perished nearly eight hours later when swelling seas and rogue waves caught swimmers by surprise in South Africa, 5,000 miles from the quake’s epicenter.

Vasily Titov is a tsunami researcher and forecaster with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Center for Tsunami Research. He credits the unsparing destructiveness of the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami on the raw power of the earthquake that spawned it. The quake originated in a so-called megathrust fault, where heavy oceanic plates subduct beneath lighter continental plates.

“They are the largest faults in the world and they’re all underwater,” says Titov.

The 2004 quake ruptured a 900-mile stretch along the Indian and Australian plates 31 miles below the ocean floor. Rather than delivering one violent jolt, the quake lasted an unrelenting 10 minutes, releasing as much pent-up power as several thousand atomic bombs.

In the process, massive segments of the ocean floor were forced upward an estimated 30 or 40 meters (up to 130 feet). The effect was like dropping the world’s largest pebble in the Indian Ocean with ripples the size of mountains extending out in all directions.

Titov emphasizes that tsunamis look nothing like the giant surfing break-style waves that many of us imagine.

“It’s a wave, but from the observer’s standpoint, you wouldn’t recognize it as a wave,” Titov says. “It’s more like the ocean turns into a white water river and floods everything in its path.”

Once caught in the raging waters, if the currents don’t pull you under, the debris will finish the job.

“In earthquakes, a certain number of people die but many more are injured. It’s completely reversed with tsunamis,” says Titov. “Almost no injuries, because it’s such a difficult disaster to survive.”

An earthquake and tsunami of the magnitude that struck in 2004 is so rare that catastrophic tsunamis are all but unknown in the long cultural histories of India and Sri Lanka, explains Jose Borrero, a tsunami researcher with the University of Southern California and director of eCoast, a marine consultancy based in New Zealand.

“[The Indian Ocean tsunami] came ashore in these places that had no natural warning either, because they were far enough away that they didn’t feel any of the earthquake,” says Borrero. “So without a natural warning, without an official warning and with no history of tsunamis, hitting coastlines full of people, that’s the perfect combination to cause a lot of death and destruction.”

Both Borrero and Titov took part in U.S. Geological Survey expeditions in early 2005 to measure the full extent of the tsunami that struck Sumatra. It was during these expeditions that scientists confirmed maximum wave heights of more than 131 feet on the northwestern tip of the island. Borrero remembers coming upon a colossal freighter loaded with bags of cement that had been flipped on its back with its propeller in the air.

“This was the most extreme tsunami event since 1960,” says Borrero, referring to the 8.6-magnitude Chilean earthquake and tsunami that punished the Pacific, including the leveling of Hilo, Hawaii, 15 hours after the quake.

Titov will never forget the scene of widespread devastation he witnessed on Sumatra even months after the tsunami waters had subsided.

“We took a boat all the way from the middle of the island up to Banda Aceh, the hardest hit area, and for hundreds of kilometers it was as if somebody had taken an eraser and erased everything underneath the 20-meter line,” says Titov. “The sheer scale of the destruction was just mind-boggling.”

Russia sends ‘doomsday nuke’ torpedo capable of triggering tsunamis off of America’s east coast to the Arctic for tests

Russia is sending a ‘doomsday nuke’ torpedo capable of triggering tsunamis off America’s east coast to the Arctic for tests. 

Washington has warned it is watching ‘very closely’ after satellite images revealed the expansion of military bases, including an underground facility which could be used to house the Poseidon 2M39 torpedo.

The underwater drone has a range of more than 6,000 miles and its warhead is designed to be detonated off coastal cities to flood them with radioactive waves.

It is believed the weapon, which looks like a small submarine, will be deployed to one of Russia’s Arctic bases by the summer of next year if testing is successful.

Russia last year unveiled footage of its Poseidon 2M39 torpedo, a drone which carried a nuclear warhead capable of causing toxic tsunamis off the coast of enemy cities


Russia last year unveiled footage of its Poseidon 2M39 torpedo, a drone which carried a nuclear warhead capable of causing toxic tsunamis off the coast of enemy cities

Recent satellite images have revealed military infrastructure being built up across the Arctic, including underground facilities believed to be capable of storing the new torpedo  Pictured: The Nagurskoye Air Base


Recent satellite images have revealed military infrastructure being built up across the Arctic, including underground facilities believed to be capable of storing the new torpedo  Pictured: The Nagurskoye Air Base

In February, Vladimir Putin asked to be briefed on a ‘key stage’ of Poseidon’s tests, with further trials due this year.

The nuclear weapon was first revealed by the Russian president in 2018, when he unveiled the Tsirkon hypersonic cruise missiles which are also undergoing tests in the Arctic, according to state media.

At the time, Putin boasted about the development of the technology as a video played images of multiple nuclear bombs dropping on the United States.

It comes as new satellite images emerged on Monday appearing to show a beefed up military presence across the polar region, from revamped runways to additional air defences and surveillance assets.

Satellite images provided to CNN by space technology firm Maxar also reveal military jets and bombers as well as new radar systems near Alaska.

‘We’re monitoring it very closely,’ John Kirby, a Pentagon spokesman told The Times.

‘The Arctic is key terrain that’s vital to our own homeland defence.’

Satellite images appearing to show Russia beefing up its military presence in the Arctic have emerged. Pictured: One of many 'trefoil bases' with a three-pronged building on an airfield in Nagurskoy, Alexandra Land in Arkhangelsk Oblast, Russia


Satellite images appearing to show Russia beefing up its military presence in the Arctic have emerged. Pictured: One of many ‘trefoil bases’ with a three-pronged building on an airfield in Nagurskoy, Alexandra Land in Arkhangelsk Oblast, Russia

From revamping runways to deploying additional surveillance and air defence assets, the satellite images reveal a continuous effort to expand Moscow's capabilities in the polar region. Pictured: The runway lies to the west of the base


From revamping runways to deploying additional surveillance and air defence assets, the satellite images reveal a continuous effort to expand Moscow’s capabilities in the polar region. Pictured: The runway lies to the west of the base

It comes just days after three of the Russian Navy’s nuclear ballistic missile submarines smashing through the Arctic ice within feet of each other in a clear show of strength.

Navy chief Admiral Nikolai Yevmenov reported to Russian President Vladimir Putin the exercise featured three nuclear submarines simultaneously breaking through Arctic ice and warplanes flying over the North Pole.

The drills were conducted around Alexandra Land, an island that is part of the Franz Josef Land archipelago where the military has recently built a base.

Russian submarines smash through arctic ice in display of strength.  This is no small feat.  The ice in the arctic is extremely deep.  We are not talking about breaking through ice that is only feet deep.   Check out the story in this article:
A Russian nuclear submarine breaks through the Arctic ice during military drills. Russia, the US, Canada, Denmark and Norway have all been trying to assert jurisdiction over parts of the Arctic


A Russian nuclear submarine breaks through the Arctic ice during military drills. Russia, the US, Canada, Denmark and Norway have all been trying to assert jurisdiction over parts of the Arctic

Vladimir Putin hailed the military's performance during recent Arctic drills, part of Moscow's efforts to expand its presence in the polar region


Vladimir Putin hailed the military’s performance during recent Arctic drills, part of Moscow’s efforts to expand its presence in the polar region

Moscow has prioritised beefing up its military presence in the Arctic region, which is believed to hold up to a quarter of the Earth’s undiscovered oil and gas.

Mr Putin has in the past cited estimates that put the value of Arctic mineral riches at £22trillion.

Russia, the US, Canada, Denmark and Norway have all been trying to assert jurisdiction over parts of the Arctic, as shrinking polar ice opens new opportunities for tapping resources and opening new shipping lanes.

The new satellite images reveal Russia has been making improvements to their old Cold War bases as well as building new facilities on the Kola Peninsular near the city of Murmansk.


Russia has been improving aircraft runways and their bases across the Arctic - such as at the Nagurskoye Air Base (pictured)


Russia has been improving aircraft runways and their bases across the Arctic – such as at the Nagurskoye Air Base (pictured)

Russian troops on exercise on Kotelny Island in the Arctic


Russian troops on exercise on Kotelny Island in the Arctic

‘There’s clearly a military challenge from the Russians in the Arctic,’ a senior US State Department official told CNN.

‘That has implications for the United States and its allies, not least because it creates the capacity to project power up to the North Atlantic.’

The images also reveal the strengthening of airfields at several bases across Russia’s arctic coast over the past few years.

US officials fear that while these efforts are within Russian territory, Moscow could use the bases to establish control over other areas of the Arctic. This is increasingly possible as the ice melts in the region due to climate change, experts warn.

‘The melt is moving faster than scientists predicted or thought possible several years ago,’ the senior State Department official said. ‘It’s going to be a dramatic transformation in the decades ahead in terms of physical access.’

Russia launches a missile from their Severny Klever base on Kotelny island during an exercise


Russia launches a missile from their Severny Klever base on Kotelny island during an exercise

Mr Putin said the exercise with nuclear ballistic missile submarines smashing through ice was unprecedented for the military


Mr Putin said the exercise with nuclear ballistic missile submarines smashing through ice was unprecedented for the military

Russia is refurbishing Soviet-era airfields and radar installations, constructing new ports and search-and-rescue centres, and building up its fleet of nuclear- and conventionally-powered icebreakers,’ Lt. Col. Thomas Campbell, a Pentagon spokesman, said.

‘It is also expanding its network of air and coastal defense missile systems, thus strengthening its anti-access and area-denial capabilities over key portions of the Arctic,’ he added.

Indeed, the three nuclear ballistic missile submarines smashing through ice last week shows Russia is building up its fleet of icebreakers.

As part of that exercise, a pair of MiG-31 fighter jets flew over the North Pole, Admiral Yevmenov said. A Defence Ministry video featured them being refuelled by a tanker plane.

Yevmenov said the sophisticated manoeuvre was carried out by submarines ‘for the first time in the history of the Russian Navy.’

Moscow has prioritised beefing up its military presence in the Arctic region, which is believed to hold up to a quarter of the Earth's undiscovered oil and gas


Moscow has prioritised beefing up its military presence in the Arctic region, which is believed to hold up to a quarter of the Earth’s undiscovered oil and gas.   (Just like Admiral Byrd said in his video)

A MiG-31 fighter of the Russian air force is refueled by an Il-78 tanker plane during Russian military maneuvers in the Arctic during military drills at an unspecified location


A MiG-31 fighter of the Russian air force is refueled by an Il-78 tanker plane during Russian military maneuvers in the Arctic during military drills at an unspecified location.  

Mr Putin said the exercise was unprecedented for the military and praised its skills. He added that the manoeuvres have also proven the reliability of Russian weapons in polar conditions.

‘I order to continue Arctic expeditions and research in the Far North to help ensure Russia’s security,’ the president told the navy chief.

The Russian military has expanded the number and the scope of its war games amid bitter tensions in ties with the West, which have sunk to post-Cold War lows after Russia’s 2014 annexation of Ukraine’s Crimea region.  

Putin said: ‘The Arctic expedition… has no analogs in the Soviet and the modern history of Russia.’

It comes after a British spy plane monitored Russian war games in the Arctic where Moscow says it has completed initial tests on a new hypersonic missile, local media says.

An RC-135W Rivet Joint reconnaissance jet flown by the RAF is said to have circled the skies near where the Kremlin’s Admiral Gorshkov frigate sailed off Russia’s northern coast this week.

Russia military launch ‘onyx’ anti-ship missile in the Arctic
Russian base launches a Onyx missile from its base on Alexandra Island in the Arctic

Russian base launches a Onyx missile from its base on Alexandra Island in the Arctic

The Gorskhov has carried out at least four test launches of the new 6,100 mph Zircon missile, which is expected to go into service next year and which defence chiefs boasted had ‘hit the bullseye’ in testing.

Vladimir Putin sees the Mach 8 Zircon – or Tsirkon – as his missile of choice to target US cities in the event of a nuclear conflict, it is claimed.

Russia have also been launching Onyx missilesa supersonic anti-ship cruise missile – from various bases on Alexandra Island and the Bastion complex on Kotelny island off the north coast of Siberia.

The military exercise involved an attack on supposed enemy ships in the pristine Arctic. Russian defence ministry TV channel Zvezda said that the plan had been successfully implemented.


 If Russia decides to mount a nuclear strike on the United States, it will succeed, according to David Wurmser of the Washington-based Center for Security Policy.

“I don’t think most Americans perceive that, because their elites have convinced them that there is no such option,” Wurmser tells Caroline Glick on this week’s “Mideast News Hour.” “I think there is a misperception out there in America of our own power and strength.”

As a nation, the United States still possesses tremendous latent strength, “but latent strength does not win wars,” he continued. “So, America right now is in a bad place, where we’re intoxicated with our words, we’re cashing in on a legacy of power that we no longer are willing to pay for societally, economically, or in terms of assertion of American power and sacrifice.”


Russian military releases terrifying video of “radioactive tsunami”

THE RUSSIAN Defense Ministry has even released a video showing the first test of a weapon that creates “radioactive tsunamis.”

The underwater ‘field-test’ of the Poseidon 2M39 torpedo has left some experts concerned.

A clip released by the Russian MoD showed glowing waves created by the weapon

A clip released by the Russian MoD showed glowing waves created by the weapon Credit: Russian Defense Ministry

A video of the weapon was released by Russian media and appears to show the weapon being released by several soldiers on a submarine.

It also features some eerie green waves in the supposed aftermath of the explosion.

The nuclear weapon can be dropped onto the seabed by a submarine or ship and travel through shore defences until it reaches the desired location.

Then, it’s nuclear warhead is designed to explode sending a tsunami of radioactive waves onto the targeted coastline.

Russian media tweeted a video of the torpedo test

Russian media tweeted a video of the torpedo testCredit: Twitter/RT_com

Nuclear weapons can leave land radioactive and unsafe for human habitation so the impacts of a weapon like this could be devastating.

Radioactive water would also have serious environmental consequences and would destroy habitats for lots of species.

First announced in 2015, some people thought the Poseidon 2M39 wouldn’t come to fruition but it seems Russia has been steaming ahead with the plans.

The weapon is said to move slowly and deep underwater but can boost its speed if detected.

Christopher A Ford, a former assistant secretary of state for International Security and Non-Proliferation, previously told CNN that the torpedo is being designed to “inundate U.S. coastal cities with radioactive tsunamis.”

Russia has set up military bases in the Arctic

Russia has set up military bases in the ArcticCredit: ©2021 Maxar Technologies, Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS)

The torpedo isn't the only weapon Russia is working on right now

The torpedo isn’t the only weapon Russia is working on right nowCredit: Getty

Russia has confirmed that the field test of the torpedo was successful.

Exact specifications remain confidential but it’s thought the Poseidon 2M39 can travel at top speeds of 62 miles an hour, according to the Eurasian Times.

Russia is testing some of its latest weapons in the Arctic.

Satellite images have revealed a large military base in the snowy conditions.

Terrifying space weapons of the future

Hear are three of the scariest…

Rods from God

  • A strange but utterly terrifying weapon has been dubbed “rods from the God” and is based on the concept of creating man-made meteorites that can be guided towards the enemy.
  • Instead of using rocks rods the size of telephone poles are deployed.
  • These would be made out of tungsten — a rare metal that can stand the intense heat generated by entering Earth’s atmosphere.
  • One satellite fires the rods towards the Earth’s atmosphere while the other steers them to a target on the ground.
  • Reaching speeds of 7000mph they hit the ground with the force of a small nuclear weapon — but crucially creating no radiation fall out.
  • As bizarre as it sounds, a US Congressional report recently revealed the military has been pushing ahead with the kinetic space weapons.
Molten metal cannons

  • This intriguing idea is being developed by the US Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA).
  • It is called the Magneto Hydrodynamic Explosive Munition or MAHEM.
  • This game changing rail-gun can fire a jet of molten metal, hurled through space at several hundred miles per second by the most powerful electromagnets ever built.
  • The molten metal can then morph into an aerodynamic slug during flight and pierce through another spacecraft or satellite and a munition explodes inside.

Space force ships

  • Already the United States is powering head with its spacecraft, although China is busy developing one of their own.
  • The top secret American XS-1 under development by DARPA.
  • It can travel ten times the speed of sound and launch missiles.
  • Meanwhile an unmanned craft is currently being developed in the China Aerodynamics Research and Development Centre in Mianyang, Sichuan province, which is also known as Base 29.

In other news, a supersonic plane that could fly you from London to New York in an hour is in the works.

The US military is working on a new hypersonic weapon that can hit targets at speeds of over 4,000 miles per hour.

And, the US military is reportedly developing a laser weapon that can generate the sound of a voice out of thin air.

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Mar 17, 2022Mar 17, 2022, 2:15 AM. Public domain. Earlier this week, UN Secretary-General António Guterres said nuclear war is “back within the realm of possibility.”

This map shows the essential points Russia would have to attack to wipe out the US’s nuclear forces, according to Schwartz:

This map represents targets for an all-out attack on the US’s fixed nuclear infrastructure, weapons, and command-and-control centers, but even a massive strike like this wouldn’t guarantee anything.

“It’s exceedingly unlikely that such an attack would be fully successful,” Schwartz told Insider. “There’s an enormous amount of variables in pulling off an attack like this flawlessly, and it would have to be flawless. If even a handful of weapons escape, the stuff you missed will be coming back at you.”

Even if every single US intercontinental ballistic missile silo, stockpiled nuclear weapon, and nuclear-capable bomber were flattened, US nuclear submarines could — and would — retaliate.

Russia threatens to wipe out the entire US with just four Satan II …

In footage from Russia’s flagship propaganda show, a member of Russia’s parliament boasts about the nation’s military might, before also labelling 2 million Ukrainians as “incurable.”

Sarmat missile test launch on April 20, 2022.

Sarmat missile test launch on April 20, 2022.Credit: East2West

The politician, Alexie Zhuravlev, was joined on the talk show by fellow MP and Russian-state mouthpiece Yevgeny Popov, the host of the Rossiya 1 channel show.

The lawmaker claimed that two of Russia’s Sarmat ‘Satan 2’ missiles would destroy the entirety of America’s east coast – before adding it would take just “two missiles for the west coast” as well.

“Four missiles and there’ll be nothing left.

They think the mushroom cloud will be taller than a high rise. That mushroom cloud will be visible from Mexico” said Zhuravlev.

Standing at the colossal height of a 14-storey tower block, the 208 ton RS-28 Sarmat missile, also known as the ‘Satan 2’, is capable of striking targets at almost 16,000mph.

The world-ending nuke can also carry 15 warheads and has the potential to obliterate an area the size of the UK in a single blast.

Putin-cronies have claimed the Russian military could have as many as 50 Sarmat missiles in their arsenal, and have even bizarrely threatened to use them to drown the UK in a radioactive tsunami.

Each of the Sarmat missile’s 15 nuclear warheads are over 100 times more powerful than the nuclear bomb dropped on Hiroshima in World War 2.

Russian dictator Vladimir Putin has also said that his Satan 2 missiles “can break through all modern anti-missile defences.”

However, while these kinds of threats have become increasingly common on Russian propaganda shows since the invasion of Ukraine, the risk of mutually assured destruction undercuts much of the danger.

The Russian military has claimed it has successfully tested its 'Satan 2' nukes
The Russian military has claimed it has successfully tested its ‘Satan 2’ nukesCredit: East2West
The Russian state TV talk show saw the hosts claim they could wipe out both coasts of the US with just 4 missiles
The Russian state TV talk show saw the hosts claim they could wipe out both coasts of the US with just 4 missilesCredit: East2West

Nuclear threat level hasn’t been this high in decades, and with the military industrial complex investing heavily in nuke technologies on both sides of the conflict centred around Ukraine, the fear-meter is climbing.

Russian broadcasters are hyping a nuclear tsunami-bomb threat. Since a tsunami-bomb has been in the works since the 1950s (Project SEAL, tested in New Zealand waters) we can be sure great strides have been made in this weapons technology. Should we be concerned? Indian news channel Gravitas takes an objective look at the situation, while Euronews provides info on what is known (and unknown) about the technology behind the claims. MH

Gravitas: Russian State TV issues a chilling warning

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What is Russia’s Poseidon nuclear drone?

What is Russia’s Poseidon nuclear drone and could it wipe out the UK in a radioactive tsunami? | Euronews

The Poseidon underwater dronealso known as Status-6 and in the United States as “Kanyon” – is basically a very large, nuclear-powered autonomous torpedo armed with a nuclear warhead.

What we know of it mostly stems from a 2015 leak on Russian TV of a government project for an underwater nuclear drone.

According to its mission statement, the project was focused on “damaging the important components of the adversary’s economy in a coastal area and inflicting unacceptable damage to a country’s territory by creating areas of wide radioactive contamination that would be unsuitable for military, economic, or other activity for long periods of time”.

In 2018, a leaked draft of the Pentagon’s Nuclear Posture Review acknowledged Russia was developing a “new intercontinental, nuclear-armed, nuclear-powered, undersea autonomous torpedo”.

Original artwork courtesy of submarine expert HI Sutton / Covert Shores
An illustration of what the Poseidon nuclear torpedo may look like.Original artwork courtesy of submarine expert HI Sutton / Covert Shores

The torpedo, which Russia named Poseidon, is about 20 m long, can go 1,000 m deep and has a range of at least 10,000 km, Sidharth Kaushal, a research fellow for seapower and missile defence at the UK defence and security think tank RUSI, told Euronews Next.

Much of its actual capabilities remain shrouded in mystery, but its key strengths are thought to be its ability to operate very deep and very fast underwater, making it hard to intercept.

“It’s a torpedo which has an extremely long-range, can travel at high speed and then packs that nuclear punch,” said David Hambling, a technology journalist specialising in defence who has authored a book about drones.

What motivated its development was Russia’s ambition to display a range of weapons that can evade the US missile defence system, said Pavel Podvig, an expert on Russian nuclear forces and senior researcher at the United Nations Institute for Disarmament Research (UNIDIR).


Jun 20, 2021The Soviet nuclear Sakharov Plan was to plant and ignite hydrogen bombs at key places to crack open the crust of the earth, creating a gigantic tsunami that will drown everyone in low-lying England — or the whole, low-lying US East Coast. . Andrei Sakharov, later a famous dissident, built the first Soviet hydrogen bomb. America before WWIII

nuclear torpedo is a torpedo armed with a nuclear warhead. The idea behind the nuclear warheads in a torpedo was to create a much bigger and more explosive blast. Later analysis suggested that smaller, more accurate, and faster torpedoes were more efficient and effective.[1]

During the Cold War, nuclear torpedoes replaced some conventionally armed torpedoes on submarines of both the Soviet and American navies.

The USSR developed the T15, the T5 and the ASB-30. The only nuclear warhead torpedo used by the United States was the Mark 45 torpedo.[2] The Soviet Union widely deployed T5 nuclear torpedoes in 1958 and the U.S. deployed its Mark 45 torpedo in 1963.[3]: 28  In 2015, there were rumors that Russia was developing a new nuclear torpedo, the Status-6.


The Belgorod is reportedly 'capable of swallowing cities in radioactive tsunamis'

Belgorod (Bel = BAAL so Rod of BAAL)  is reportedly ‘capable of swallowing cities in radioactive tsunamis’

The Russian Navy has a new super-submarine which is capable of destroying coastal cities.

The 600-foot long Belgorod weighs 30,000 tonnes and is equipped with six 80-foot long Poseidon nuclear torpedoes.

Its astonishing size makes the Belgorod the largest submarine to have been built in the last four decades, while the Poseidon is the largest torpedo ever built anywhere in the world and is twice the size of a usual submarine-launched ballistic missile, the Daily Star reports.

The destructive torpedoes are said to have a 100 megaton nuclear payload and are so powerful they could cause a gigantic tsunami and radioactive fallout, which would “create wide areas of radioactive contamination, rendering them unusable for military, economic or other activity for a long time”.

Belgorod will also carry a Klavesin-29-M autonomous underwater vehicle

Belgorod will also carry a Klavesin-29-M autonomous underwater vehicle

A report says the Poseidon torpedoes do not rely on satellites and the fact they can “literally go underneath missile defences make it a slow, but inevitable death”.

They will primarily be used as a nuclear deterrent.

When talking about his fleet’s subs a few months ago, President Vladimir Putin claimed they have “hardly any vulnerabilities” and carry a “massive nuclear ordinance”.


Vladimir Putin has boosted Russia’s submarine fleet

He added: “There is simply nothing in the world capable of withstanding them.”

Belgorod will also carry a Klavesin-29-M (also known as Harpsichord) autonomous underwater vehicle.

The super-submarine was delivered to the Russian Navy Northern Fleet’s headquarters in Severodvinsk on Friday, where Commander-in-Chief Nikolay Tevmenov revealed it would be used for “research and scientific expeditions”.

He said: “Belgorod opens new opportunities for Russia in holding various researches and helps carry out diverse scientific expeditions and rescue operations in remote areas of the world ocean.”

The ship was built at the Sevmash Shipyard in Severodvinsk, the largest shipbuilding operation in Russia and the handover comes after beginning it’s first sea trials last year reportedly under the secretive Main Directorate of Undersea Research.

In January this year, the Russian Navy said they would receive the sub with nuclear-armed drones on July 31 this year – which means the transfer is three weeks early.

It will be operated by the Russian Navy, but it’s missions will be controlled by Putin.


Why the Russian ‘doomsday’ device could be terrifying

tsar bomba nuclear blast wikipedia
The mushroom cloud caused by the Soviet Union’s Tsar Bomba 57-megaton nuclear test. 

The Russian government reportedly leaked a diagram of a Poseidon-like weapon in 2015 that suggested it would carry a 50-megaton nuclear bomb about as powerful as Tsar Bomba, the largest nuclear device ever detonated.

In a 2015 article in Foreign Policy, Jeffrey Lewis, an expert on nuclear policy at the Middlebury Institute of International Studies, dubbed the hypothetical weapon “Putin’s doomsday machine.”

Nuclear physicists say such a weapon detonated below the ocean’s surface could trigger a local tsunami, causing great devastation. US nuclear tests of the 1940s, ’50s, and ’60s, including the underwater operations Crossroads Baker and Hardtack I Wahoo, demonstrated why.

These underwater fireballs were roughly as energetic as the bombs dropped on Hiroshima or Nagasaki in August 1945. In the tests, they burst through the surface, ejecting pillars of seawater more than a mile high while rippling out powerful shockwaves.

Some warships staged near the explosions were vaporized. Others were tossed like toys in a bathtub and sank, while a few sustained cracked hulls and crippled engines. Notably, the explosions roughly doubled the height of waves to nearby islands, flooding inland areas.

A well-placed nuclear weapon of yield in the range 20 MT to 50 MT near a sea coast could certainly couple enough energy to equal the 2011 tsunami, and perhaps much more,” Rex Richardson, a physicist who researches nuclear weapons, told Business Insider in March, referring to the Tohoku earthquake and tsunami that killed more than 15,000 people in Japan.

Taking advantage of the rising-sea-floor amplification effect, tsunami waves reaching 100 meters in height — about 330 feet“are possible,” he said.

Richardson and other experts have also pointed out that a near-shore blast from this type of weapon could suck up tons of ocean sediment, irradiate it, and rain it upon nearby areas — generating catastrophic radioactive fallout.

Los Angeles or San Diego would be particularly vulnerable to fallout due to the prevailing onshore winds,” Richardson said, adding that he lives in San Diego.


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Ryan King – Yesterday 2:43 PM


One of Russia’s nuclear-powered submarines, named Belgorod, has reportedly vanished from its Arctic harbor, and Western countries fear it could be gearing up to test its advanced weapons systems.

Russian submarine with 'nuclear tsunami' technology vanishes: Report

Russian submarine with ‘nuclear tsunami’ technology vanishes: Report© Provided by Washington Examiner

Belgorod is believed to be armed with “Poseidon” nuclear torpedoes that supposedly have the ability to traverse hundreds of miles underwater and induce “nuclear tsunamis” near coastal regions, Italian newspaper La Repubblica reported.


“This nuclear ‘mega torpedo’ is unique in the history of the world,” submarine expert H.I. Sutton explained on his website Covert Shores. “Poseidon is a completely new category of weapon. It will reshape naval planning in both Russia and the West, leading to new requirements and new counter-weapons.”

NATO has warned its members that Belgorod has left its perch in the Arctic harbor, per La Repubblica. Belgorod is believed to be one of the largest submarines in the world and entered service back in July, the New York Post reported. NATO officials reportedly believe it could be headed to the Kara Sea for testing.

Formally known as the K-329 Belgorod, the submarine has been described as “the epitome of a new concept of warfare.”


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Putin’s men ‘abduct’ Ukraine nuclear plant’s head; Russia strikes Zaporizhzhia with S-300 missiles
News of Belgorod’s disappearance comes amid heightened concerns that the Kremlin is eyeing its nuclear weapons as it suffers setbacks in Ukraine. Recent footage shared on a pro-Russian Telegram channel showed a train transporting advanced military gear that belongs to the 12th Main Directorate, which helps maintain Moscow’s nuclear stockpile, the Daily Mail reported.

Last month, Russian President Vladimir Putin sent much of the West into a frenzy when he vowed to defend the “territorial integrity of our Motherland” by “all the means at our disposal” — remarks that were widely interpreted as a nuclear threat.

The Kremlin has suffered a string of snags on the battlefield in neighboring Ukraine. Recently, Russian forces pulled back from the eastern city of Lyman, located in the Donetsk region. The setback came on the heels of Putin signing an agreement to annex four regions in Ukraine, including the self-declared Donetsk People’s Republic.

During a signing ceremony, Putin said the United States created a “precedent” for deploying nuclear weapons, which it did during World War II. Western officials such as Secretary of State Antony Blinken have warned of consequences for Russia deploying nukes.

Over the weekend, retired Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster surmised that Moscow could be on the “precipice of, really, the collapse of the Russian army in Ukraine.”

Russia’s MISSING nuclear submarine is capable of doing THIS

September 22, 2021  Topic: Status-6 Poseidon  Region: Eurasia  Blog Brand: The Reboot  Tags: RussiaMilitaryTechnologyWorldWarNavyStatus-6

As a psychological weapon, the Status-6 is brilliant.

Here’s What You Need to Know: Calling this weapon a torpedo might be a misnomer.

How do you stop a nuclear-powered torpedo designed to bury enemy cities under a tsunami?

Russia’s Status-6 “Poseidon” torpedo has excited the fears — or the overactive imaginations — of Russia’s enemies. Calling it is a torpedo is a misnomer. While the precise capabilities of the weapon are mysterious, it appears to be about 80 feet long — which makes it more like a mini-submarine or an underwater ballistic missile. Poseidon is propelled by a nuclear reactor to a speed of 115 miles per hour and operates at deep depths up to 3,300 feet. It is armed with a massive 100-megaton warhead powerful enough to generate a giant tidal wave to destroy coastal cities.

How useful such a weapon would be is debatable. Poseidon is too slow, compared to ICBMs and bombers, to be useful in a first strike or an immediate retaliatory strike. Moving at high speeds may make it so noisy that anti-submarine can detect it, and its autonomous nature brings up all the questions about armed robots (especially ones carrying mega-bombs).

Nonetheless, as a psychological weapon, it’s brilliant. There is something frightening, like a Hollywood monster movie, about the thought of a robot tsunami-bomb creeping along the sea floor.

But for every vampire, there is a stake waiting to slay it through the heart. H I Sutton, a naval analyst who runs the Covert Shores blog on naval affairs, offers some ideas on technology that NATO can employ to halt Poseidon.

Sutton assumes that Poseidon’s “operating modes and route planning will likely be simple (read reliable) and relatively direct, relying on speed and depth for survival.” That being the case, one countermeasure would be to seed the seabed with networks of sensor-mines to detect and destroy Poseidons. “Ideally the sensor networks would include their own effectors (e.g. torpedo armed mines) to minimize the delay from detection to neutralization, since the targets will be moving much faster than traditional submarine targets,” Sutton writes.

Sutton also wonders whether Poseidons could be killed by long-range hypersonic glide vehicles launched by U.S. Navy submarines. “The payload could be next-generation lightweight torpedo or nuclear depth charge similar to the retired Subroc [rocket-launched anti-submarine torpedo] weapon,” he writes. “The short flight time and long range of this type of system would allow kills far outside realistic ranges for torpedoes and allow submarines operating in the North Atlantic to react to Poseidon launches detected in the Arctic region, hitting the target while it is still reasonably near to the sensor which detected it.”

Stopping weapons like Poseidon will likely require Western navies to develop a new generation of torpedoes. “The current families of US Navy and Royal Navy torpedoes were developed to counter fast deep-diving Russian submarines,” writes Sutton. “While they are highly capable, the even greater combination of speed and depth of Poseidon means that new weapons will need to be developed. These are likely to be characterized by increases in range and autonomy, blurring the distinction with Unmanned Underwater Vehicles (UUVs).”

Michael Peck is a contributing writer for the National Interest. He can be found on Twitter and Facebook.

This article first appeared in 2018.

Image: U.S. Army Photographic Signal Corps / Wikimedia Commons


The tsunami bomb was an attempt during World War II to develop a tectonic weapon that could create destructive tsunamis.The project commenced after US Navy officer E.A. Gibson noticed small waves generated by explosions used to clear coral reefs. The idea was developed by the United States and New Zealand military in a programme code named Project Seal.  A related concept, the bouncing bomb was developed and used in World War II, to be dropped into water as a means to destroy German dams and cause loss of industrial capacity and widespread flooding.

The bouncing bomb was a 5-ton bomb developed, separately, during World War II. Like the tsunami bomb, it was also designed to explode in water, and one of its intended effects was to cause massive flooding. However its targets were the massive reinforced dams of Nazi Germany, which were deemed untouchable by ordinary weapons yet, if broken, would cause extensive harm to Germany’s war effort. The bombs’ most unusual feature was that they were deliberately spun backwards before dropping; this backspin caused them to skip along the surface of the water for a set distance before sinking, and allowed them to evade torpedo nets that protected the dams before exploding underwater similarly to a depth charge. The inventor of the first such bomb was the British engineer Barnes Wallis, whose “Upkeep” bouncing bomb was used in the RAF‘s Operation Chastise of May 1943 to bounce into German dams and explode underwater, with effect similar to the underground detonation of the Grand Slam and Tallboy earthquake bombs, both of which he also invented. His April 1942 paper “Spherical Bomb — Surface Torpedo” described this method of attack.[10] The weapons were used successfully against three dams in 1943.

The earthquake bomb, or seismic bomb, was a separate but related concept that was separately invented by the British aeronautical engineer Barnes Wallis early in World War II and subsequently developed and used on land against strategic targets in Europe.[11] The earthquake bomb also used the concept of an explosion in a dense medium. It differed somewhat in concept from traditional aircraft-borne bombs, which usually explode at or near the surface, and destroy their target directly by explosive force. By contrast, an earthquake bomb is dropped from very high altitude to gain more speed, and upon impact penetrates and explodes deep underground, causing massive caverns (camouflets) or craters as well as much more severe shockwaves. In this way, they can affect targets that are too massive to be affected by other types of conventional bomb, as well as difficult targets such as bridges and viaducts. Earthquake bombs were used towards the end of World War II for massively reinforced installations (e.g., submarine pens with concrete walls several meters thick, caverns, buried tunnels), and bridges.[12]

Egyptian magazine Al-Osboa claimed that the 2004 Indian Ocean earthquake and tsunami was intentionally caused by a nuclear weapon detonated in a strategic position under the ocean.[7][8]


Andrei Sakharov was the leader of project Lavina (Avalanche). Its goal was “to detonate 100 million tons of strategically placed TNT, causing waves that would devastate the U.S. Pacific and Atlantic coasts.”[9]


In 2018, Russia has released plans for a 20 to 100Mt tsunami bomb, named Status-6 or Poseidon Torpedo, which is realized as a nuclear-powered and nuclear-armed unmanned underwater vehicle with a length of about 24m. According to russian propaganda during the invasion of the Ukraine, the Poseidon Torpedo may initiate a 500m high shockwave.


The Best Kept Secret of World War Two — Project Seal, the tsunami bomb




Extracted from Secrets & Treasures: Our stories told through the objects at Archives New Zealand by Ray Waru (Random House)


Since the devastating tsunami wrought havoc across Indian Ocean in 2003, and another deadly wave killed thousands along the coast of Japan in 2011, the very thought of harnessing the destructive force of a tsunami as a weapon of war might be condemned as megalomania or simply dismissed as silly science fantasy.

But in 1944 that is exactly what scientists were trying to achieve off the Whangaparaoa Peninsula in the quiet upper reaches of Auckland’s Hauraki Gulf.

This was New Zealand’s best kept military secret, a mass destruction alternative to atomic weapons: Project Seal, the top-secret plan to build a tsunami bomb.

Today Shakespear Bay, north of Auckland, is a popular weekend spot for windsurfers, paddle boarders and visitors to the resident population of peacocks, but during the last years of World War Two the tranquil waters trembled with the concussion of almost 4000 test explosions.

Project Seal was a highly classified experiment to test the feasibility of destroying coastal defences, even cities, by producing a huge artificial tidal surge, a tsunami.

The idea was conceived by an American naval officer, Commander E A Gibson, after he observed that blasting operations to remove submerged coral reefs around Pacific islands sometimes produced an unexpectedly large wave.

He communicated his idea to the New Zealand Chief of General Staff, General Sir Edward Puttick, who took the concept to the New Zealand War Cabinet.

Tests off Noumea

Agreement was reached for a combined group of Americans and New Zealanders to conduct preliminary tests in New Caledonia. This was done off the coast of Noumea in February 1944.

Included in the group was acting New Zealand director of scientific developments, Auckland University, Professor T D Leech, the prominent local scientist who would later lead the research in New Zealand.

A report made to the US Pacific commander Admiral Halsey after the preliminary tests was so encouraging that he asked New Zealand to undertake further investigations in our waters.

Although couched in military officialese, Halsey’s memorandum to the New Zealand chief of staff beams at the possibility of swamping enemy settlements with a huge, man-made tidal wave. He writes:

“The results of these experiments, in my opinion, show that inundation in amphibious warfare has definite and far-reaching possibilities as an offensive weapon.

“It would be very desirable to have further developments carried out to establish a practicable method and procedure which could be used in offensive warfare.

“I would be grateful if this development could be continued to completion by New Zealand officers. All practicable assistance of facilities and personnel in this command will be at your disposal.”

On May 5, 1944, the New Zealand War Cabinet took up the request and established an Array Research Unit under Professor Leech to conduct top-secret tests for a possible new bomb.

Around 150 people were assigned to the unit, which would use a fortress site on the Whangaparaoa Peninsula, just a short drive from Auckland.

Most of the work would be done by New Zealand engineers, but explosives and ordinance were provided by the US Navy.

Specialised equipment

A large amount of specialised equipment needed to be developed for the project, including remote-wave recording devices, radio-controlled firing mechanisms and specialised marine explosives.

During the experiments a number of British and American scientists interested in triggering deep-sea explosions were invited to observe the work as it progressed.

The Seal project commenced operations on June 6 ,1944, and continued until it was eventually closed down on January 8, 1945.

During that time about 3700 experimental explosions were carried out, with charges ranging from just a few grams to almost 300kg. TNT was the explosive of choice but sometimes nitro-starch or old-fashioned gelignite was used.

Initially, the research was conducted under a false assumption. British studies on deep-sea charges had suggested that the gas bubble from an underwater explosion would work best to produce “an offensive inundation” when the bomb was very deep.

This was proved wrong after the Project Seal tests showed that the best waves would be produced when the charge was set off close to the surface.

Project Seal also proved that single explosions would not generate a wave large enough to cause surf, let alone inundate and destroy enemy coastal defences.

Detonated in unison

To achieve efficient wave production with sufficient destructive force a number of charges had to be detonated in unison.

The boffins in the Hauraki Gulf determined that a line or array of massive charges totalling as much as two million kilograms, split up into 10 or so equal parts, detonated around 8km from shore, would produce a wave of 10-12m in height.

One problem that the programme discovered was that the depth at which the explosive was placed was critical: even a small deviation from optimum would rob the wave of energy and the tsunami would be a ripple rather than a roar.

Initially, the tsunami bomb was seen as having the same offensive potential as the atom bomb, which was still being secretly developed in the United States.

However, at the beginning of 1945 the Allies appeared to be winning the war in the Pacific and the operational priority of the Seal project was reduced.

When the project was closed down in early 1945 the experimental programme was incomplete and the full military potential of the weapon had yet to be realised.

The tests were considered largely successful, however, and in 1947 Professor Leech was invited by the US Assistant Secretary for the Navy to help with the analysis of data from the US nuclear tests at Bikini Atoll.

As late as the 1950s, postgraduate engineering students at Auckland University College were still working on the final summary on the 1940s experiments.

When it was completed, the report called The Generation of Wave Systems tabulated and analysed the statistical and scientific data from Project Seal and it remains today an interesting handbook of how to make waves.

In recent years, Project Seal has attracted the attention of an organisation usually associated with UFO research.

Huge deception

James Carrion from MUFON, the Mutual UFO Network group, has suggested that the project may have been a huge deception intended to deceive the Soviet Union into thinking that the United States had something even bigger in its arsenal than the atomic bomb.

He suggests it could have been used to unmask spies or distract the Soviets into wasting time chasing a frivolous or nonexistent programme.

Whatever the truth about Project Seal, it was one of the most top-secret missions ever conducted in New Zealand territory, and had it been successful may have provided mankind with yet another method of mass destruction.

From the perspective of current New Zealand attitudes to nuclear weapons, it seems almost inconceivable that the country was ever involved in the development of a weapons system that was intended to deliver destruction on such a massive scale.

The secret Project Seal documents were recently declassified, but many are still undergoing a vetting process and they remain restricted, still secret in the vaults of the archive.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Ray Waru has been involved in the television and radio industries for more than 30 years. He joined TVNZ in 1977 and directed and produced such local favourites and Fair Go and Country Calendar. This is his first book.

Making Waves in Tsunami Research

Data from Jason and TOPEX/Poseidon give scientists the first detailed profile of a major tsunami event.

It was pure coincidence that in the early morning light of December 26, 2004, within hours of the 9.0 earthquake that shook the floor of the Indian Ocean, two joint NASA/French Space Agency satellites watched from high overhead while tsunami waves silently raced across the Bay of Bengal. Half a world away, U.S. Geological Survey geophysicist Peter Cervelli came home from a Christmas dinner with friends to find seismometer readings heralding ominous news.

Sadly, scientists had no way to warn officials or the public about the deadly force that was minutes away from surging ashore. More than 220,000 lives were lost to the tsunami.

Today, scientists are gathering data from a variety of sensors in an effort to reconstruct the event and see what lessons they can learn from it. Serendipitously, as the tsunami waves were rolling toward the shore, the “Jason” and “TOPEX/Poseidon” satellites recorded the height changes of the waves as they formed — the first detailed measurements of their kind during a major tsunami.

While satellites cannot provide an early warning, their data hold great promise for helping scientists improve computer models of wave behavior during tsunamis. Scientists say that better models will be the first line of defense against the havoc tsunamis can cause on coastal areas. The data obtained from Jason and TOPEX/Poseidon — archived at NASA’s Physical Oceanography Distributed Active Archive Center (PO.DAAC) in Pasadena, California — are enabling scientists to look at the mechanisms that produced the killer waves in the Indian Ocean.Image

Mankerni tsunami
In Mankerni, Sri Lanka, four eyewitnesses to the December 26, 2004 tsunami stand on the remains of the house where they were when they first realized a tsunami was about to strike. (Image courtesy of the U.S. Geological Survey)

Jason and TOPEX/Poseidon are assembling a global, long-term record of sea surface height, which is helping scientists better understand ocean circulation and climate variability. Sea surface height reflects the storage of heat in the ocean: when the ocean warms, it expands, thus raising the sea level, explained Lee-Lueng Fu, chief scientist of the satellite missions from NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena. But detection of the recent tsunami is a good example of their secondary benefits, said Fu. “This happened by chance, because the satellites were not designed to make observations of waves moving as fast as a tsunami, which attain the speed of a jet plane in the open ocean,” said Fu. “At 500 miles per hour, the waves are moving very quickly and are very hard to detect.”

Since the satellites make 13 revolutions around Earth each day, the probability of catching a tsunami in the way that Jason and TOPEX/Poseidon did is about one chance in 50, said Fu. But their ability to detect minute changes in sea surface height enabled them to spot subtle changes in the wave behavior. When the tsunami passed through the Bay of Bengal, the satellites picked up a sea height change of half a meter, which is a huge signal, according to Fu. “This kind of first-hand knowledge is helping researchers better understand how waves propagate in the ocean,” he said, “so they can refine their ability to pinpoint where the wave is going to crash over beaches and with how much energy.”

To make their measurements, Jason and TOPEX/Poseidon continually bounce radar pulses off the sea surface and record the time it takes for the signal to return. Each radar pulse gives a measure of the satellites’ exact location and altitude above the sea surface. Using these measurements, scientists can also calculate the velocity at which ocean currents are moving.


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In the past decade the world has been repeatedly reminded that tsunamis are one of the most destructive forces on the planet, but their causes remain poorly understood.

The region west of Sumatra in Indonesia is particularly prone to tsunami-spawning earthquakes and will likely endure a major hit in the near future, making it an important, if unfortunate, geological laboratory.In May, Falkor took a team of geophysicists to Indonesia for an unprecedented, high-tech expedition designed to clarify the mechanisms that cause tsunamis, and help millions to better prepare for a tsunami that could follow the massive earthquake anticipated in the relatively near future.

Prof. Satish Singh, from Institute of Physics of Paris Globe, and Dr. Nugroho Hananto of the Indonesia Institute of Sciences (LIPI) co-led the expedition, dubbed the Mentawai Gap-Tsunami Earthquake Risk Assessment, or MEGA-TERA. The project also included researchers from Earth Observatory of Singapore, an institute of Nanyang Technological University; and ran from late May to late June, 2015.

Locked in the Danger Zone

The target was the Sumatra-Andaman subduction zone, which runs parallel to the west side of Sumatra and the Mentawai Islands.  It is the most seismically active region in the world, and in the last decade has endured multiple massive earthquakes that caused tsunamis with death tolls in the hundreds of thousands, including the 2004 Boxing Day tsunami that claimed more than 230,000 lives.

Over the last century, earthquakes have released built up tension along the entire Sumatra-Andaman zone, except for a single stretch west of Siberut Island. This zone, known as the Mentawai Gap, has not seen an earthquake in almost 200 years. It is referred to as a “locked zone” because the sections north and south of the subduction zone have slipped up to eight meters. That is eight meters of tension that will have to be released, likely leading to one or more major earthquakes. A key and so far unanswerable question is whether that release will spawn yet another devastating tsunami. In nearby Padang alone, over 500,000 people live within five meters of sea level, and there are more than seven million people living along the central and southern coasts of Sumatra and the Mentawai Islands.

Advanced Technologies

The team used advanced deep-sea mapping technologies (you can bet your booty that any time scientists are “MAPPING” something, that is something they PLAN TO CONTROL!)  to study the locked zone and surrounding portions of the subduction zone. A subduction zone is a place where one tectonic plate—the subducting plate— is slowly falling beneath an overlying plate. At the seafloor, such zones form spectacular ocean trenches, but the geological action is generally hidden below the seafloor. An earthquake occurs when tension builds up from the friction between the two plates, causing them to slip—sometimes meters in an instant. In general terms, that movement, which can push up the seafloor, is the agitation that creates a tsunami. But some of the specifics remain cloudy.

The shifts that cause tsunamis can occur thousands of meters below the sea surface, and hundreds or thousands of meters below the seafloor. In part because such zones are so difficult to access, research has been slow, leading to major unknowns. The devastating 2011 Tohoku earthquake in Japan occurred in a spot where many researchers believed that a major quake wasn’t even possible. In 2010, a 7.8 earthquake shook the subduction zone southwest of Pagai Island in Sumatra, launching a completely unexpected eight-meter-high tsunami.

Off Sumatra, the team studied the sites of past earthquakes [see map of historic quakes above], particularly the 2010 event, to assess their geological signatures, and to look for clues as to what seafloor deformations spawned tsunamis. Previous existing data from these areas was of much lower quality than what was generated during this expedition, but past records can be used for comparison to help spot the major changes.

Professors Singh and Tapponnier, and their team compared findings at other sites to what they saw at the locked zone, to delineate differences. Such work could enable forecasting of what to expect during a future earthquake. At the locked zone they also searched for clues about what happened during the last major events—in 1797 and 1833—to see if there might be similarities to the effects of more recent events nearby.

Importantly, the work created a very detailed snapshot of the locked zone. Nobody can forecast when earthquake slippage will occur there, but when it does, researchers will be able to remap the site and identify key changes.

How They Did It

The team created high-resolution maps of the target areas in water depths up to 5,000 meters or more using Falkor’s multibeam sonar system. This allowed them to make the comparisons between seafloor deformations tied to recent quakes and the seafloor within the locked zone. They also created bathymetry maps of areas between the locked zone and the islands to the east. These improved tsunami risk assessments, because the size and intensity of a tsunami, and ultimately how much inland inundation it causes, are all controlled by the water depths it travels through. A seismic sub-bottom profiling system was used to develop the subsurface maps.

There is particular interest in studying the wedged, leading edge of the subducting plate within the locked zone, because studies of past quakes, including the one off Pagai, suggest that the strong motion of this frontal section can cause a tsunami. This idea contradicted the conventional wisdom that frontal sections are too weak to slip during earthquakes. High-resolution images of the wedge and other features of the subduction zone were never before been available to scientists.

High Stakes Payoff

Even if scientists can’t yet predict the timing of quakes, the work on this expedition could lead to a reasonable forecast of the likelihood a quake in the region will cause a tsunami, and some potential scenarios for what the size and direction of such a tsunami would be. Considering the horrific impacts of past tsunamis here, such information—and the advance planning it would enable—will be invaluable for the millions of people living within potential tsunami paths. And, by clarifying tsunami generation processes, the work should also aid in forecasting and preparing for tsunamis around the world.

by Mark Schrope


Fukushima – Top Secret film reveals ‘manmade’ Tsunami’s – False Flag Operation

Operation Wigwam [1], Operation HARDTACK I & II [1a][1b], and Operation Crossroads [1c] are prime examples of how easy it is to detonate tsunami-making bombs from deep under the ocean’s surface.  My reason for including these operations is to perhaps help silence those critics who say it’s impossible to create ‘manmade’ earthquakes or tsunamis.   These operations prove the technology has long been here to help Mother Nature along, – such as that of the Pacific Ring of Fire where large numbers of earthquakes and volcanic eruptions occur in the basin of the Pacific Ocean.  But with the following tests, tsunamis were part of the outcome, and the Ring of Fire had nothing to do with it.  Operation HARDTACK Military Effects Studies Part II: Underwater Tests [1958], Department of Defence [DoD] documentary film, Lookout Mountain Laboratory USAF. [1a][1b]



Operation HARDTACK

We’ve clearly been lied to about 9/11, and it appears Japan’s Fukushima Disaster is their 9/11, as a scientifically-backed analysis of what took place over that period, certainly seems to confirm we do indeed have another False Flag Operation like so many of the past.  The above once Top Secret film reveals the USA was able to create a manmade Tsunami over 60 years ago.

     Below is an amazing link [1b] that provides the original documentary film footage that unwittingly reveals and actually shows alongside the narrator [Ray Walston was a high profile Hollywood personality to be credited with top-secret security clearance to document nuclear weapons development for the U.S. military.], who confirms that following on from ‘two underwater tests’ as part of Operation HARDTACK I, – that the sea levels rose by ‘twice their height’, in one case by 12ft and the other by an incredible 22ft.  You can see many trees being washed away and some around 30ft in height confirms how high the sea levels were, as the tsunami raged and steam-rolled onto the land. 

     License holders of this film from 1958 say it was carefully sanitized by nuclear weapons experts and DoD officials to remove secret information, and it’s quite possible the remaining footage shows more inland shots, and the obvious devastation the tsunamis must have caused, – though because the islands were uninhabited, there were not the normal properties, people, boats or cars, etc., to be affected, killed or damaged. 

     It’s truly remarkable that we are able to witness this evidence firsthand, it’s almost an honor, – and only possible thanks to http://www.atomicforum.org, who have made it possible for all the world to see and prove, – that yes indeed ‘man can make tsunamis’, despite the corrupt Alpha, Delta Kappa like scientists, or magazines like Poplar MechanicsNew Scientist and academic tools such as the Encyclopaedia Britannica, etc. telling us it’s not possible, – this film footage is a huge middle finger to the lot of them.

     I urge you to view this ‘top-secret’ film that as I say has been sanitized with secret portions removed, after the complete version was locked away for decades in top-secret vaults, and where the uncensored version remains to this day. – Do it now before the film is pulled off the website and no longer available, there’s a link on the http://www.atomicforum.org website that will allow you to forward it via email to others.

     The purpose of this documentary film was to report the results of nuclear weapons detonations experiments applied under an overall joint task force operation codenamed Operation HARDTACK I.  Carefully screened members of only applicable committee members of Congress saw this film report, as well as need-to-know employees of the DoD and appropriate executives of the White House. [1b]

     Operation Wigwam involved suspending a Mark 90 Betty nuclear bomb given the nickname “Betty”, from a 2,000 feet [660 meters] cable from under a barge.  ‘Betty’ was10ft 2in in length, with a diameter of 2 ft 7.5 in and a weight of 1,243 lb, and it carried a Mark 7 nuclear warhead with a yield of 5-10 kilotons.  A six-mile tow line connected a fleet tug, the Tawasa, and the  shot barge itself. Suspended from the tow lines of other tugs were three miniature unmanned submarines named “Squaws”, each packed with cameras and telemetry instruments.  It was conducted between Operation Teapot and Operation Redwing on the 14th May 1955, about 500 miles southwest of San Diego, California.  6,800 personnel aboard 30 ships were involved in Wigwam, which was carried out to determine the vulnerability of submarines to deeply-detonated nuclear weapons and to evaluate the feasibility of using such weapons in a combat situation. [2][3][4]

     Operation HARDTACK I & II [1a] was a series of 72 nuclear tests conducted by the United States in 1958. Hardtack I was carried out in the Pacific Ocean, at Bikini AtollEnewetak Atoll, and Johnston Island. 

     Operation HARDTACK I consisted of 35 nuclear tests conducted at the Pacific Proving Ground between 28th April and 18th August 1958.  These tests included balloon, surface, barge, underwater, and rocket-borne high-altitude tests. The first test, Yucca, was a nuclear device attached to a helium balloon launched from the USS Boxer near Enewetak Atoll.

     However, it’s the second part of Operation HARDTACK that I’m concentrating on, as it consisted of the underwater tests named Wahoo and Umbrella.  Wahoo was detonated in the deep open ocean southwest of Boken Island, and Umbrella inside the western end of the lagoon at Enewetak, these are the two tests that; “resulted in the sea-levels surrounding these islands by 12ft and 22ft respectively.” 

     The purpose of these tests was to improve the understanding of the effects of underwater explosions on Navy ships and material, and in regards to being able to create tsunamis, was I think just an accidental occurrence following such experiments, that were continuations of earlier underwater testing that included Operation Crossroads at Bikini in 1946, and the already mentioned Operation Wigwam off the US West Coast in 1955[4].

Operation Crossroads also consisted of two detonations, each with a yield of 23 kilotons: Able was detonated at an altitude of 520 feet [158 m] on 1st July 1946; Baker was detonated 90 feet [27 m] underwater on 25th July 1946.  A third burst, Charlie, planned for 1947, was canceled primarily because of the Navy’s inability to decontaminate the target ships after the Baker test.  The Crossroads tests were the fourth and fifth nuclear explosions conducted by the USA following the Trinity test and the bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. 

     It part of the report, it states water rushing back into the space vacated by the rising gas bubble started a “…tsunami-like water wave which lifted the ships as it passed under them”.  At 11 seconds after detonation, the first wave was 1,000 feet [305 m] from surface zero and 94 feet [29 m] high.[5] By the time it reached the Bikini Island beach, 3.5 miles [6 km] away, “…it was a nine-wave set with shore breakers up to 15 feet [5 m] high, just tossed landing craft onto the beach and filled them with sand.” [5] It was also the case that; There was no mushroom cloud; nothing rose into the stratosphere.”

     There were many tests and experiments being carried out during the ’50s, such as Operation Teapot [6], Redwing [7][7a], Plumbbob [8], and Operation Castle [9][9a] which was a USA series of high-energy [high-yield] nuclear tests by Joint Task Force SEVEN [JTF-7] at Bikini Atoll beginning in March 1954.  It followed Operation Upshot-Knothole [10] and preceded Operation Teapot

     I’m not saying these kinds of bombs would or have been used for creating any earthquakes or tsunamis, as particularly the majority of these ‘nuclear test’ of the 1950’s took place above – on land, as opposed to that of Operation Wigwam that was detonated 2000ft, and Operation HARDTACK [1a] 3000ft under the ocean’s surface.  

    To use some of the kinds of bombs that were used in those days, would leave obvious telltale signs, i.e. a fuck-off sized mushroom cloud visible from outer space.  Yet this isn’t necessarily so with underwater explosions, as what you tend to get is a massive raised curtain of water and not a mushroom cloud of smoke, as above says; “...nothing rose into the stratosphere.”

  And incredibly another interesting detail that the Operation HARDTACK Underwater Tests1958 film footage [1b] reveals, is that in just 12 minutes following detonation, virtually all traces of an explosion were gone. 

     Let’s not forget the Pacific Ocean is the largest on the earth, as it extends from the Arctic in the north to the Southern Ocean in the south, bounded by Asia and Australia in the west, and the Americas in the east.  At 63.8 million square miles, [165.2 million square kilometers], in area, it covers about 46% of the Earth’s water surface and about one-third of its total surface [11].  

     Strategically position and denoted, then even a 2000lb bomb would be like a pimple of an elephants arsehole, – and even if you could at all see into the distance, then if anything it would be more reminiscent to a neighbor having a ‘Barbie’, than that of a massive bomb be denoted thousands of feet below the ocean’s surface.   

     In Operation Crossroads it states: “By the time the Wilson cloud vanished, the top of the column had become a ‘cauliflower,’ and all the spray in the column and its cauliflower was moving down, back into the lagoon. Although cloudlike in shape, the cauliflower was more like the top of a geyser where the water stops moving up and starts to fall.” 

And as I’ve already noted: “There was no mushroom cloud; nothing rose into the stratosphere.”

      The Ring of Fire is a fantastic Johnny Cash song and is also the name of a 40,000 km [25,000 mile] horseshoe shape, that’s associated with a nearly continuous series of oceanic trenches, volcanic arcs, volcanic belts, and/or plate movements.  The Ring of Fire has 452 volcanoes and is home to over 75% of the world’s active and dormant volcanoes.  About 90% of the world’s earthquakes and 80% of the world’s largest earthquakes occur along the Ring of Fire.  The next most seismic region [5–6% of earthquakes and 17% of the world’s largest earthquakes] is the Alpide belt, which extends from Java to Sumatra through the Himalayas, the Mediterranean, and out into the Atlantic.  The Mid-Atlantic Ridge is the third most prominent earthquake belt. [12]

      And as I’ve mentioned before, imagine lowering and depositing or whatever other ways you want to, something like a 2,000lb bomb, – or the necessary required size, – into an oceanic trench, volcanic arc, belt, or crevice.  There are course various other ways and methods this type of operation could be carried out, you might for example only wish to create a tsunami as opposed to an earthquake.  Now bring these kinds of bombs inland, deep underground in other well-known volcanic trenches, arcs, belts, fault-lines, crevices, craters, etc., and you can create huge mountainous mudslides, landslides, and of course flooding. 

     We should also consider how much more advanced technology has become over the 53 plus years and since they last experimented with these operations.  Remember how big and cumbersome the first mobile telephones [the ‘brick’] and computers were, – and now look at them. 

     As what these tests and experiments did unobtrusively yield, – was that it soon showed us what man is truly capable of, – and when in the right environment, scaled up or down in size, – and with the conditions ideal, these kinds of bombs can be used to help and assist to trigger-off another series of events; i.e. earthquakes, floods, landslides, and the ‘proven’ tsunamis.  

     Huge dams, miles deep mines and gigantic open-pit quarries almost the scale of the Grand Canyon have all been forged and ripped out of the earth’s surface, and in certain regions around the world.  All this and much more is easily achieved, and with the right technology and equipment in the wrong pair of hands, – then anything is possible, such as the sudden appearance of a sinkhole [13], that can vary in size from 1 to 600 meters [3.3 to 2,000 ft] both in diameter and depth and in your own back yard!

     In light of disturbing WikiLeaks cables, thousands of Bangladeshi took to the streets again on March 28th as part of a decade-long battle to halt a devastating British-owned open-pit coal mine, the world will not only be watching whether Bangladesh’s government will honor a coal ban agreement from 2006 or resort to violence.  American and worldwide human rights and environmental organizations will also be questioning why the Obama administration is covertly pushing for Bangladesh to reverse course and resist an internationally condemned massive open-pit mine that will displace an estimated 100,000-200,000 villagers and ravage desperately needed farmland and water resources.

    Fukushima Source: http://www.jimstonefreelance.com/fukushima.html


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Fukushima – Top Secret film reveals ‘manmade’ Tsunami’s – False Flag Operation

Fukushima – Top Secret film reveals ‘manmade’ Tsunami’s – False Flag Operation

Operation Wigwam [1], Operation HARDTACK I & II [1a][1b] and Operation Crossroads [1c] are prime examples of how easy it is to detonate tsunami making bombs from deep under the ocean’s surface. My reason for including these operations is to perhaps help silence those critics who say it’s impossible to create ‘manmade’ earthquakes or tsunamis. These operations prove the technology has long been here to help Mother Nature along, – such as that of the Pacific Ring of Fire where large numbers of earthquakes and volcanic eruptions occur in the basin of the Pacific Ocean. But with the following tests, tsunamis were part of the outcome, and the Ring of Fire had nothing to do with it. Operation HARDTACK Military Effects Studies Part II: Underwater Tests [1958], Department of Defence [DoD] documentary film, Lookout Mountain Laboratory USAF. [1a][1b]


Outside of the tsunami, the quake which supposedly hit Sendai with many times the power of the one in Kobe, did not destroy a single building there.

Sendai was only 48 miles from the epicenter of this “9.0” which would have devastated everything in an area 1,000 miles across if it was real. All of Japan would be toast. Try to find a photo of seismic damage in Sendai. I challenge you. Try to find it in any of the coastal cities, as little as 25 miles from the “epicenter”. I looked for 5 hours, and except for some tanks that fell at a brewery not a single one exists. No pictures of collapsed skyscrapers or high rises equals NO 9.0. You will not find a single skyscraper photo where the windows got broken either. You will find no downed power poles, no flipped over cars, no uprooted trees, no derailed trains (except for one the tsunami hit), and the road damage is typical of even a 5.0. You will not find pictures of a single damaged multi story building or even a structurally damaged wood framed house outside the tsunami zone. In Sendai the quake messed up grocery stores and kitchens and that really is about it.
And now, I will say it like I knew it had to be. I believe the phony 9.0 story was used as seismic cover for a tsunami nuke, which produced the tsunami of a 9.0 when detonated in the Japan trench (where no earthquakes of significance happen) as punishment for Japan offering to enrich uranium for Iran. The rest of the story, the concealment, is black ops. Bet on it. In the tsunami videos, the tsunami rips through pristine and undamaged cities, where business as usual is obvious and the tsunami is an ambush; not 9.0 earthquake ravaged debris. The quake is a paper thin story taped together by the undeserved trust of a gullible public. And the stories? The CIA did not hire a million people last year for nothing. If there is evidence of a 9.0 SHOW ME. A 9.0 will devastate an area over 1,000 miles across.That is how big a 9.0 is. The entire nation should be in ruins, especially judging from the damage the 6.9 Kobe quake did, and no where, no where outside the tsunami zone in the entire country is there a single damaged multi story building, a single collapsed bridge, a single structurally damaged wood framed house, or skyscraper. If a picture exists that can be definitively pinned to this quake, show me. The only collapsed structure in all of Japan was an old welfare shelter near station MYG004, the true epicenter.


It took them three hundred years and trillions of dollars to build a theatre of darkness, yet the light of only one match can burn it down. Do not let this light go out. Archive and POST!

Jim Stone, Freelance Journalist, Updated Wednesday, Dec 28, 2011

This is a massive report. If you have troubles understanding it, just look at THIS picture of the vanished reactor, THIS picture of the destroyed facility and THIS picture, of Magna BSP’s camera. Then scroll down to the photos of the NON EXISTENT quake damage and seismic charts which prove there was no 9.0 and therefore the very real tsunami could not have been natural. The fact that what happened in Japan did not occur naturally has been very well documented by a skilled investigator, who spent hundreds of hours getting to the bottom of this story.

NEW INFO: Japan offered to enrich uranium for IRAN!

HERE ARE THE LINKS: Ynet news… Inside Japan News NetworkThe New AmericanRianovosti newsHindustan TimesZee News


This report uses classified leaked high resolution photos of the destruction of Fukushima originally posted on Pink Tentacle to support its claims.They are,

1. Reactor 3 is completely missing, which means the press and anyone who has claimed anything about pressures, temperatures, containment, ect about reactor 3 after March 14 are lying and people need to pay attention to it, because failure of the public to realize the massive extent of the lies about what is going on there will leave the door open to a repeat event.

2. Reactor 4 is Building 7, demolished by explosives. Reactor 4 had been defueled and was undergoing replacement of it’s internal stainless steel shroud, yet blew it’s containment anyway. That is the FINAL smoking gun, an empty reactor is inert, and cannot produce an explosion, yet one happened at 4 that was so powerful it destroyed the structure leaving it in danger of falling over. Overheated open fuel pools cannot produce hydrogen because in an open fuel pool the water boils off at 100 Celsius, and won’t be present in pressurized form at 2,000 degrees Celsius to liberate it’s hydrogen by losing it’s oxygen to the zircon cladding in the fuel rods. The rods will prefer the free oxygen in the air and burn long before attempting to claim the oxygen in whatever humidity there might be. Because fuel rods only contain 20 percent fissionable material, they also cannot produce the “prompt criticality” “The most qualified nuclear engineer in the world” Arnie Gundersen has spoken of. I got to the bottom of the Arnie Gunderson story, and added the results of that investigation further down the page. He has been put on a pedastal and pumped up enormously by a press that wants a misleading story, all the while he is a despised outcast of the greater engineering community. The explosion at #4 was flatly impossible absent the use of an explosive device, and as a result the disaster at Fukushima is FAR FAR WORSE than ANYTHING Gundersen is willing to say. Gundersen is towing the line and hiding the true magnitude of what happened there because if it became widely known serious questions would be asked. When have you heard Gundersen talk about a totally missing reactor?

Reactor 4’s dome was removed for defueling. Drone photos prove it. This dispels the rumors surrounding unit 4’s explosion. Some people have said that this reactor was secretly in operation to enrich plutonium. This photo proves it was disassembled for shroud replacement as stated. Tepco is going out of it’s way trying to explain the explosions, especially at reactor 4, because they did indeed occur, so an explanation is needed. As a result, they are giving reasons that cannot happen, just to say something. They need to see this post and get the Arava perspective(Arava is a district surrounding Dimona).

3. That the destruction of the facility is so severe it could only have been accomplished with nuclear weapons. Hydrogen produces a non-ideal subsonic explosion. It cannot turn concrete into dust. It can produce high pressures if sealed off, but the metal roof on all the reactor containments should have provided the relief and been the only thing destroyed. It takes a high intensity explosive to strip concrete off rebar, a blast wave many times faster than supersonic. This means that whatever happened at Fukushima did not have blast characteristics that fit the “official” story. If you missed it in the high resolution photo of the destroyed facility, I took a car that was laying around in the remains and placed it on top of one of the blown away walls at reactor 3, which clearly gives the reference that the walls had support columns at least 15 feet thick. Fukushima was built with the Mark 1 containment design, but beyond Mark 1 standards which was a common upgrade(reference is the included photos, it is obvious). It is true that gas explosions can be very destructive, but only in facilities that were not designed to handle them. Even the basic mark 1 containment was many times beyond capable of withstanding the worst hydrogen blast.

4. That nuclear weapon(s) were placed inside of the reactor containment(s) disguised as security cameras installed under contract this year by Arava based security firm Magna BSP (Arava is a district around Dimona, not a city.) Their “security cameras” weighed over 1,000 pounds and were the size and shape of gun type nuclear weapons.The reason Magna BSP gave for the odd shape, enormous weight, and giant proportions of their cameras was that they were stereoscopic. They have creatively called them bi-scopic so when you search on google their monstrous cameras are the only thing that comes up (outside of Dj lighting and a gun scope) Try it. Type “Biscopic camera” into google images,(without the quotes) it’s a hoot! This helps marketing I guess. The need for such a large stereoscopic camera could be plausible at an airstrip, where the camera would need depth perception out miles, but not indoors where focal lengths are short. Other manufacturers have units appropriate for indoor focal lengths which are only twice the size of ordinary monocular security cameras. Depth perception going out miles could also be accomplished with two separately mounted cameras weighing only a few pounds; the giant thousand pounder is a dead giveaway. Magna does make passive radar systems which require a large body, but the owl could accomplish it’s claimed function with two small lightweight cameras (5 or so lbs, not tiny) and the processor in a modern laptop. Why this giant thing? note – a not yet produced graphical model is what you see most on Google, the ones produced thus far are ugly boxes.

. . . . . . . . . .9/11, 4/11, 3/11? see a pattern? Let’s not see a 6/11. Your time and effort in spreading the word may really make a difference.

     Due to the many positive e-mails about getting the truth out, rather than hold back I am going to put the original information back. It follows below.

The quake was not what we were told.

In fact, the quake was a bold faced lie, packing a political agenda. There is even more proof now, and it goes beyond the linked Japanese chart. This original seismic data is the smoking gun, however, I have something better. I finally suppressed the urge to vomit and analyzed the lies told by the USGS, and from them wrote this sad, sad story about how it really was, not what you will see in the video. Keep in mind that precise top speeds of flying debris cannot be determined with accuracy, but this story will at least be close to the numbers put out by the USGS.

The people in the newsroom did not die, this story is what would have happened if the USGS charts were true.

Meet Atsuo, Airi, and Akiyoshi. They were all the best and most dedicated people at the NHK newsroom, in Sendai Japan. Akiyoshi loved Airi, and Atsuo was the one who introduced them. Unfortunately, all 3 died in the quake. Akiyoshi got a severe cut and bled to death when he hit a display screen behind him at 44 miles an hour, and was then thrown out through a hole in a collapsed wall. Airi followed pretty much the same path, and died beside him in the rubble. Atsuo flew through the open door behind him, then crashed through a window and was crushed when he landed in a massive seismic crack in the road, which closed in on him. Others in the newsroom died also, but I never thought up names for them. At least, according to the official USGS charts. The laser printer was never found, but the table it was on ended up on top of the rubble, smashed to pieces, where one of the few survivors used a piece of the metal frame to splint his broken leg.



In order for a volcano to produce a tsunami you need: 1. A volcano near the coast. 2. An eruption that sends a large enough volume of material into the water to displace a significant volume of water. If a large eruption sends a great volume of material into the water, it creates the vertical disturbance necessary to make a tsunami.
Earthquakes and volcanoes generate the great majority of tsunamis, and the theory of plate tectonics explains the cause of earthquakes and volcanoes.
Earthquakes induced by human activity have been documented at many locations in the United States and in many other countries around the world. Earthquakes can be induced by a wide range of causes including impoundment of reservoirs, surface and underground mining, withdrawal of fluids and gas from the subsurface, and injection of fluids into underground formations. While most induced earthquakes are small and present little hazard, larger and potentially damaging manmade earthquakes have occurred in the past.
How volcanoes can cause earthquakes. December 30, 2018, 3:10 PM. Most earthquakes are not caused by volcanoes, but that doesn’t mean they don’t happen. There are two ways volcanoes can cause earthquakes: Volcanic-tectonic and long-period.
In order for a volcano to produce a tsunami you need: 1. A volcano near the coast. 2. An eruption that sends a large enough volume of material into the water to displace a significant volume of water. If a large eruption sends a great volume of material into the water, it creates the vertical disturbance necessary to make a tsunami.


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