By James R. Hanson
As I examine my report on earthquakes, its awesome implications could well tie in to the present sequence one day because New York City is not only hurricane-vulnerable, it sits on rock formations which, when there is an inevitable (or managed) shift will, as one possibility, destroy Brooklyn and its brick buildings and the people in them, including a friend of mine. This could happen before New York City sinks out of sight.
To my knowledge, earthquakes have no natural connection to hurricanes, nor to weather conditions, for that matter. The earth’s crust in which they occur moves because the plates are in motion, such that continents have met and merged, and will continue to do so. The pressure builds day by day, and century by century, until some force triggers the movement of a plate to yield to the pressure build-up so that there is a sudden slip. “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.” (Bertell)