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Silent and Deadly Earthquake Attacks

By: Harbinger
January 28, 2006

Imagine that you are standing in a large, empty warehouse without doors or windows. Unbeknownst to you, the entire building is slowly being raised one foot and then gently lowered every twenty-five seconds. The action is smooth so that the floor does not vibrate or tilt. How can you detect that this is happening?

Well, you can't. There is no discernable clue for you to even suspect that something is going on beneath the floor on which you are standing because the event is taking place very slowly. If the building was raising and lowering 10,000 feet in twenty-five seconds, you would feel the acceleration as it rose pressing down upon your body. Then, when it lowered, your body would almost float off the floor and you would suddenly think that you had left Earth's gravity field. But one foot in twenty-five seconds will go unnoticed. This is precisely what happens in a silent earthquake.

Several silent earthquakes have occured in Taiwan during the past few days. Seismograms from IU/TATO, Taipei, Taiwan have shown a semi-continuous, silent earthquake with an average frequency of 2.4 cycles per minute, or one wave excursion every twenty-five seconds. The waveforms shown on the seismograms during these events are completely off scale. Moreover, they appeared on no other siesmographic station display.

Until the recent 7.7 quake in the Banda Sea, you could have seen a later silent earthquake event on the IU/SNZO, South Karori, New Zealand seismogram. Like Taiwan, this too was a completely isolated event.

A snapshot of the actual New Zealand silent earthquake can be found here:

Like the Taiwan silent earthquakes, the New Zealand seismic waveforms are also completely off scale.

Now view the graphic shown below to get a sense of what has happened in Taiwan, or more accurately the western edge of the Philippine Sea Plate. In Figure 1, the top and bottom of the silent earthquake waveforms are completely off scale. The green arrows in Fig. 1 mark the onset of several distinct events.

The green arrow in Fig. 2 marks the end of a series of silent earthquakes. Note that in Fig. 2 the wave excursions of the main events are still off scale. We have yet to see the full magnitude of this tectonic activity.

In Fig. 3, the waveforms of the silent quake are now missing. This may be a part of the working mechanism of the USGS live internet server, to clear the display for current data, or the waveforms may have been excised to conceal the real magnitude of the events.

For convenience of understanding, red arrows in Fig. 2 indicate three small waveforms. These same minor events are marked with red arrows in Fig. 3. Now we can clearly see that the silent earthquake waveforms presented in Fig 2. during these three small events are no longer present in Fig. 3. Note that Figures 1, 2 and 3 all overlap in time.

Thus there is really no way to determine the magnitude of the silent earthquake events using USGS seismographic displays. During onset, the upper excursions of the seismic waves are off the top of the scale. By the time the seismogram has advanced to reveal the lower excursions, they are conveniently missing.

If we view the current USGS live internet server, it can be seen that wave excursions on all displays are running off scale in many, but not all of the displays, due to the Banda Sea event and its reverberations. This is representative of a 7.7 magnitude earthquake as it reverberates around the planet. Yet, during the silent earthquake event in Taiwan, with wave excursions that were all off scale, it only appeared in the Taiwan seismogram. Neighboring seismograms showed nothing of this activity. The waveforms of the recent New Zealand silent earthquake did not appear on any other seismograms. This is because they are highly localized scalar tectonic attacks that appear to be happening at the resonant frequency of the plate area in question. Thus, they affect no other area. At resonance, an applied force increases exponentially.

To get a sense of what is happening, view a hypothetical seismogram here:

The vertical scale has been compressed to allow us to view entire waveforms without going off scale. In this hypothetical comparison, a sample earthquake is shown near the beginning of the seismogram. For the sake of argument, let us say this represents the deadly Indonesian magnitude 9.15 quake of December 26, 2004. Next to this a silent earthquake event is shown. The silent earthquake waveform intensity and duration is greater than the Indonesian waveform and, most unusually, is literally of singular frequency. In this case the frequency is 2.4 cycles per minute, or one wave every 25 seconds.

How was the intensity of this silent earthquake arrived at relative to the Indonesia quake? It's an educated guess since the full waveform of the silent tectonic attacks near Taiwan or New Zealand cannnot be seen or reported.

How was the frequency of this silent earthquake arrived at? Shown here: is a blowup of a small section of Taiwan seismogram during a silent earthquake attack. All seismic waves in this graphic now appear as short, vertical lines since we have moved in close. Between the red highlighted 40 and 50 minute time markers can be seen a group of waves marked 'Group A.' Note the regularity of the spacing between the waves in Group A. Between the 40 and 50 minute markers, 24 wave traces appear, yielding a frequency of 2.4 cycles per minute, or one wave every twenty-five seconds. If the ground in Taiwan was moving up and down, say one foot every 25 seconds, no one would notice it. Only a seismic instrument could detect such activity.

Referring back to Fig. 1 below, it can be seen that at least three scalar tectonic attacks have occurred in this seismogram, whose onsets are marked with green arrows. These attacks were mounted at the resonant frequency of the area in question, resulting in the massive waveforms shown. At the end each attack, the seismogram slowly settles back to normal, as can be seen with the long dome-shaped, damped waves that also appear in Fig. 1.

At this point one begins to wonder if the seismologists of the world have joined the microbiologists of the world in eternal silence. The recent, silent earthquake activity in both Taiwan and New Zealand is so blatantly anomalous that newspapers and TV's should be screaming the news. Yet, like the silence of these tectonic events, nothing is being said.

When huge, silent earthquake events occur continuously over a period of hours, not seconds, and no one says a thing about it what are we to think? When these same silent earthquake events show a singular and highly regular frequency component and no one says a thing about it what are we to think? This author thinks that there is a scalar tectonic war in progress, and knowledge of it is being suppressed. But, wars always involve two or more parties. This opens the prospect of "tit for tat" action, and sooner or later it will erupt into the open for all to see.

Is the Banda Sea quake a result of silent earthquake attacks near Taiwan and New Zealand? There is no way of knowing unless you are pushing the buttons. But, if tectonic plates are being moved dynamically by scalar weapons applied at resonant frequencies, you can be fairly certain that something will give somewhere very soon. The southern tip of the Philippine Sea Plate is quite close to the Banda Sea, and the Philippine Sea Plate is this month's target in question. The northern tip of the Philippine Sea Plate presses against Japan, and Japan is definitely in harms way.

When tit for tat arrives in your neighborhood, and the ground opens up beneath your feet, you will definitely sit up and take notice. Until then, was this was just another "slightly too technical" article designed to tickle your fancy? Only your seismologist knows for sure.

Editor's note: I have to disagree with the author's feeling that we will all "see" what is going on because the end will come so suddenly that the average people will not realize it until it is too late.


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