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Old 01-18-2010, 10:25 PM
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Oh, how convenient.

Here's a warning by the INTERNATIONAL scientific community about an impending Tsunami in Indonesia.

I'm certain now that since I've questioned the WARNING SYSTEM, there will be warnings here, there and everywhere.

Will they be color coded like the TERROR ALERT system?

What shall the folks do in order to prepare for the impending Tsunami?

The following link describes a warning to Indonesia about another Tsumani.

I find it interesting that within the text of this warning about another Tsumani, the INTERNATIONAL scientists say that the first Tsumani was not the big one that THEY EXPECTED.

How big does a Tsunami have to be to be the BIG ONE?

Radio Australia:Connect Asia:Story:Scientists warn of impending Indonesia quake

Scientists warn of impending Indonesia quake
Updated January 19, 2010 15:53:49

International scientists are warning that another devastating tsunami is due to hit Indonesia again. Experts say last year's severe earthquake in Padang, Sumatra wasn't the big one they were expecting. Instead they believe it's put more pressure on the faultline, making it highly likely that a tsunami-causing quake will hit the region soon.

Presenter: George Roberts

Speakers: John McCloskey, Environmental Sciences Research Institute, University of Ulster; Professor James Goff, University of New South Wales

ROBERTS: Indonesia's 2004 Boxing Bay Tsunami is the biggest on record. But now scientists are warning that last year's Padang earthquake, which killed more than 1,000 people, has created conditions for another, potentially more destructive tsunami.

MCCLOSKEY: The populations in the direct line of the tsunami are very much larger than the populations which faced the 2004 Tsunami. So while the tsunami could be significantly smaller than the 2004 tsunami, it could have the same or even greater impact in terms of lives lost.

ROBERTS: Professor John McCloskey from the University of Ulster in Northern Ireland, is the lead author of the warning published in the journal, Nature Geoscience. He says they've been expecting a major earthquake at Padang for years but September's quake wasn't the big one they were waiting for. Furthermore, instead of easing pressure between the continental plates; it made things worse.

MCCLOSKEY: So we are really concerned about another large magnitude 8.5 or bigger earthquake in western Sumatra and an earthquake like this will generate a tsunami.

ROBERTS: Australian tsunami expert, Professor James Goff from the University of New South Wales, says most scientists agree.

GOFF: Yeah, it has the potential to kill an awful lot of people and obviously if you have a large earthquake immediately followed by a fairly devastating tsunami, then buildings that have been either structurally damaged or partially destroyed will then be further destroyed and damaged.

ROBERTS: As it's possible to forecast where and how hard the next earthquake will hit, Professor McCloskey says the world should be better prepared.

MCCLOSKEY: Haiti is an awful example - it's an awful disaster. Haiti was on a very active fault. We know the history of this fault, we know around the world there are many places where we can expect large earthquakes, there will be other large earthquakes this year somewhere on the Earth.

ROBERTS: He says it's possible to have teams of doctors and stockpiles of supplies on standby to be deployed to anywhere in the world within 12 hours of a disaster.

MCCLOSKEY: There are plenty of medical doctors and nurses who would gladly volunteer to give their services to such work and we need to organise them.

ROBERTS: But UNSW's Professor Goff says, while that's ideal, there are always difficulties getting help to where it's needed.


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Old 01-18-2010, 10:31 PM
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How come these international scientists have NEVER warned CALIFORNIA about an impending earthquake?
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Old 01-18-2010, 10:42 PM
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The Tsunami in 2004 wasn't the big one that the International Scientific community expected.

What?

Did they hit the wrong button?
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Old 01-18-2010, 10:51 PM
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A conspiracy theorist cannot fall prey to considering that EVERYTHING is a conspiracy.

So.

The most important question a conspiracy theorist must ask one's self when pondering whether or not the PTB are responsible for an act of "irreprehensible damage" is what WILL THEY GAIN and WHAT WILL THE PEOPLE LOSE?
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Old 01-18-2010, 11:01 PM
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I now concede the FLOOR to you, Farenheit.
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Old 01-19-2010, 04:22 AM
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I now concede the FLOOR to you, Farenheit.

OK, thanks. Now something very interesting.... On the days following the Asian Tsunami of Dec. '04, I was listening to a local Public Radio Station late at night. National Public Radio at the time was monitoring the BBC World Service, and I distinctly heard the BBC newscaster on two separate occasions refer to the Asian Tsunami as "this military strike," and in a very disparaging tone of voice. Further investigation into this rather remarkable assertion led me to this: The US at the time was pressuring the Indonesian Government into allowing the US Navy rights to a certain waterway which was strategic to interdicting a terrorist supply pipeline, or in effect, to "wage the war on terrorism." The Indonesian Government refused and was later pummeled with a "natural" disaster of historic proportion. Suffice it to say, the Indonesians acquiesed and later allowed the use of this strategic waterway. Enough said.

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Old 01-19-2010, 10:05 AM
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I now concede the FLOOR to you, Farenheit.
You know, we are really throwing our asses on the line talking about this. Especially this. You'd better believe someone is paying attention to what we are saying, because this is much too recent..., and terribly, terribly revealing.

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Old 01-19-2010, 01:41 PM
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You know, we are really throwing our asses on the line talking about this. Especially this. You'd better believe someone is paying attention to what we are saying, because this is much too recent..., and terribly, terribly revealing.
No worries.

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Old 01-22-2010, 07:41 PM
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Curious thing about the timing and location of this earthquake. As I have often said, these atrocities may be designed to address many different issues simultaneously. Interesting that this happened just before the Massachusetts Senate election to fill the seat of Edward Kennedy. As everyone knows, but will not acknowledge publicly, the quest for universal healthcare comes down to some rather unsavory issues concerning race and class. So here was an impoverished, all black country that was plunged into total chaos after one major earthquake and then a series of several (strategic?) aftershocks, protracted over time, completely destroying the most heavily populated part of the country. Scenes of lawlessness in the streets were blasted across the press and televised media. So you would be somewhat naive not to think that this may have been a deliberate attempt to manipulate the vote and ultimately destroy healthcare reform in this country, as Senate Democrats have now lost their filibuster cloture majority. There may be other things going on here, but I think I have addressed two of the more intangible issues. There's an ongoing war for the control of your mind, and that war is being waged in the media.

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Old 01-22-2010, 08:44 PM
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Amendment 2 Right to Bear Arms Ratified 12/15/1791

A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.



The founding fathers of this country didn't add this amendment to the constitution because they were avid gun collectors. They added the second amendment to the constitution to allow the people to defend themselves against a tyranical, bloodthirsty form of government should it arrise sometime in the future.

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