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INDUCED SEISMICITY – openly admitted by the USGS

Fear not, dear nonhocapito, I have no wish to derail this topic with any pseudo-scientific speculations. However, if we are to debate about possible man-made seismic events in a duly informed manner, I think it is essential to share with our readers the following information – readily available on none other than the USGS (United States Geological Survey) website – and on Wickedpedia. 

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  • #847375
    rgos
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    #847376
    rgos
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    Always best, Mail Online.

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3875648/Powerful-earthquake-hits-ancient-city-Rome-central-Italy.html

    Looks like a couple of old buildings being demolished.

    Wrecking ball damage.

    Holiday camp for youth.

    Bless ’em.

    #847377
    rgos
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    Clues crew takes over from here.

    #847378
    Henkus
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    This somehow interested me after I saw the RTL nieuws 27 oct.
    The woman doing the report, haha I recognised her from highschool.

    Then i checked the website and saw this :
    http://www.rtlnieuws.nl/nieuws/laatste-videos-nieuws/bevingen-en-naschokken-toevallig-gefilmd

    It is a 33 second video that shows only buildings ‘collapsing’ from whatever cause.
    “bevingen en naschokken toevallig gefilmd”
    “Tremors and aftershocks coincedentally filmed”

    Looks like faked staged and edited out of context to me.
    Well at least edited out of context here can’t say about the fake part for sure .
    Could this be about scaring the public for earthquakes?

    -edit-
    Wow the website even says :
    Bevingen en naschokken ‘toevallig’ gefilmd
    ‘coincedentally’.

    They even use ” ?

    • This reply was modified 4 years, 11 months ago by Henkus.
    #847384
    xileffilex
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    Clues crew takes over from here.

    As chance would have it, rgos, I was in Italy at the time and watched the whole first evening’s news on SkyTG24 and Rai24. The reporting was suspicious from the get go – in a country where every cat and dog has a mobile phone with HD camera, the news reports consisted ssolely of repeated tape loops of two tweets from the INGV, two or three Twitter videos of swinging lampshades, ” Nepalese art” and one SINGLE shot of a tower in darkness with some rubble dumped at the foot of it. Plus of course some maps showing what I reckon to have been a simulated or “modelled” map of the “terremoto” with colored dots representing the magniture of the tremors. The next morning pictures emerged of buildings being demolished by high reach hydraulic arm buckets [as it they had already been deemed structurally unstable….] Amazing that such objects were on site in these villages.

    I am convinced the whole thing was faked.

    #847386
    rgos
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    As chance would have it, rgos, I was in Italy at the time

    Great, a dependable boots on the ground reporter on the spot. Whereabouts in Italy, xilef? Did you feel the rumble of the terremoto?

    #847387
    rgos
    Participant

    Wow the website even says :
    Bevingen en naschokken ‘toevallig’ gefilmd
    ‘coincedentally’.

    They even use ” ?

    Yes, good spot, Henkus. Close reading is important in this line of work. They tend to give you hints.

    #847388
    xileffilex
    Participant

    Afraid not, rgos. I was down south waiting for Vesuvius to erupt [no show]

    I missed the reporting of the most recent tremors today
    http://www.abc.net.au/news/2016-10-30/central-italy-rattled-by-magnitude-6.6-earthquake/7978684

    Certainly, twitter videos such as this one fail to satisfy me.

    #847391
    xileffilex
    Participant

    from the above ABC link, without searching images much further, from the latest Norcia “earthquake” today –

    This could so easily be partial demolition by one of those cherry picker shovels.

    Oh, that’s handy, there’s a demolition vehicle on site to deal with “unsafe” buildings…

    source – http://themillenniumreport.com/2016/10/italy-quake-powerful-tremor-near-norcia-destroys-buildings/

    #847404
    xileffilex
    Participant

    Jungle Surfer is quickly onto the absurd staged aspects of these quakes, pointing out the absurdity of the escaping nuns from behind pre-set up “disaster” tape
    [from 4.34 onwards]

    Simon Shack posits a tenable hypothesis to account for the some of the familiar [to fakeologistgs] absurdity of this and the earlier August 24 quake.
    http://www.cluesforum.info/viewtopic.php?f=29&t=1930

    From a BBC link on the above page

    an immaculate bedroom with a wall gouged out by a high arm excavator bucket….I posit.

    Thousands of people in central Italy have left their homes for safety

    ….allowing the diggers to move in, followed by invited and tame media.

    PS the nonsense with the “fleeing nuns” takes place round the left hand side of the Basilica of St Benedict in Norcia
    Better footage here


    Ha Ha – even the potted Bay trees didn’t fall over.

    • This reply was modified 4 years, 10 months ago by xileffilex.
    #847406
    xileffilex
    Participant

    …and from the UK equivalent of the Huffpo, keen as ever to promulgate any staged demolition event – with longer footage of the running nuns and the customary hugging scenes.How can people swallow this garbage?
    https://www.theguardian.com/world/video/2016/oct/30/nuns-flee-collapsing-buildings-following-earthquake-italy-norcia-video
    The monks are likely to play a central role in the eventual rebuilding of Norcia and had begun an appeal on their website before Sunday’s quake. Norcia , a destination for food lovers, is known for its prosciutto, salami, cheese and wild boar.
    The monks also put it on the map with their craft beer, which is called Birra

    Oh, that was far-sighted. And you can’t leave all those liberal, Guardian reading Easy Jet and Ryan Air tourists to Italy without fine eating and drinking, can you?

    • This reply was modified 4 years, 10 months ago by xileffilex.
    #847422
    xileffilex
    Participant

    “….This old earthquake’s gonna leave me in the poor house …

    #847412
    rgos
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    I missed the reporting of the most recent tremors today
    http://www.abc.net.au/news/2016-10-30/central-italy-rattled-by-magnitude-6.6-earthquake/7978684

    Certainly, twitter videos such as this one fail to satisfy me.

    Come on, xilef, there’s a whole lotta shakin’ going on in that video.

    #847413
    rgos
    Participant

    Jungle Surfer is quickly onto the absurd staged aspects of these quakes, pointing out the absurdity of the escaping nuns from behind pre-set up “disaster” tape
    [from 4.34 onwards]

    Yes, these quakes warrant some further transvestigation.

    Simon Shack posits a tenable hypothesis to account for the some of the familiar [to fakeologistgs] absurdity of this and the earlier August 24 quake.
    http://www.cluesforum.info/viewtopic.php?f=29&t=1930

    Finally, Clues picks up the ball.

    Lazio vs Rome. It’s harder to see, when it hits closer to home.

    #847414
    xileffilex
    Participant

    Come on, xilef, there’s a whole lotta shakin’ going on in that video.

    Lotta camera shake, lol! So true, rgos

    #847415
    rgos
    Participant

    Norcia , a destination for food lovers, is known for its prosciutto, salami, cheese and wild boar.

    And balony, of course.

    #847416
    rgos
    Participant

    http://www.cluesforum.info/viewtopic.php?f=29&t=1930#p2401954

    Hmm, Simon and other trusted sources felt the rumble…so there are some further stage management tricks going on, apart from media fakery and controlled demo. That’s still shocking…

    #847417
    xileffilex
    Participant

    A lot of links at USGS relating to triggered earthqukes are dead.
    However, their section on simululating quakes is at full speed ahead…
    https://earthquake.usgs.gov/hazards/products/scenario/

    They’ve certainly got all the data to simulate one
    http://earthquake.usgs.gov/earthquakes/eventpage/us1000731j#pager

    or two…
    http://earthquake.usgs.gov/earthquakes/eventpage/us1000725y#pager

    Shake shake sugaree

    Did the earth move for you in Italy? Tell the USGS
    Help make a shaking intensity map by telling us about the shaking at your location.
    http://earthquake.usgs.gov/earthquakes/eventpage/us1000731j#tellus

    #847454
    Henkus
    Participant

    The video with the nuns bothers me.
    It very much smells of fakery, and I have to laugh about it.

    Why would these ‘nuns’ be behind a red tape and still get ‘evacuated’, while being filmed by..?
    Would the ‘media’ even be there if there was not already a red tape?
    When was the red tape placed there?
    I would guess the red tape was already there after the first earth quake.

    Were the nuns allowed to go into the ‘danger zone’ to still reach their, well let’s call it workhome when IT happened?
    And all the media and firemen were ofcourse there camped out for the right moment to film when it got ‘ugly’.
    Pretty sure ‘news’ stations all around the (known) world used these images.
    I mean without context these images are great to….!

    It looks like ‘film and assist’.
    Thought of this when i saw this video of a 100% hoaxed ‘attack’ :
    http://www.dumpert.nl/mediabase/6927545/c49202ac/wtf_aanslag.html
    Looks like a Pallywood style production.

    Compare it to ‘search and destroy’ changed to ‘sweep and clear’ in the movie Full Metal Jacket. (a great movie i have only recently watched….)
    But nowdays with social media bla bla it could be film and assist stage craft.
    Film and assist make you look like the victim = good media coverage, but the fact that you made the situation yourself is not told ofcourse.

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