Thursday, January 06, 2005


Earthquakes can be produced by:

1. fluid injection into the Earth

2. fluid extraction from the Earth

3. mining or quarrying

4. nuclear testing

5. the construction of dams and reservoirs.

In the Denver area, Geologists found that injecting waste fluids deep into the earth could trigger earthquakes. A series of earthquakes in the Denver area, between 1962 and 1965, coincided with periods when waste was injected.

In the 11 July, 1935 issue of the New York American there was an article entitled 'Tesla's Controlled Earthquakes'. Nicola Tesla's "experiments in transmitting mechanical vibrations through the earth were roughly described by the scientists as a sort of controlled earthquake."

In 1966, Professor Gordon J. F. MacDonald, a member of the US President's Science Advisory Committee, published papers on the use of environmental-control technologies for military purposes. MacDonald stated: "The key to geophysical warfare is the identification of environmental instabilities to which the addition of a small amount of energy would release vastly greater amounts of energy. "

MacDonald wrote a chapter entitled "How To Wreck The Environment," for the book Unless Peace Comes. He describes the possibility of engineering earthquakes.


"Exxon-Mobil has a 60-billion-standard-cubic-foot-per-day facility near Aceh. In the span of four years the company extracts more than one cubic mile of natural gas from the formations beneath what has turned out to be the epicenter of the Aceh earthquake. The gas field there has been producing for much longer than four years, and is one of the largest such facilities in the world.Scientists have known for some time that earthquakes in the order of 4.0 on the Richtor scale have been caused by oil drilling and other earth intrusive practices."

1 comment:

Unknown said...


Nuclear Weapons detonated on faults?

Fracking ?

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