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Stealth Terror IV: Earthquakes

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)

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Stealth Terror II: Hurricanes, 9/11, and Geoengineering

Expanding the Stealth Terror Thesis: Hurricane management

By James R. Hanson

The following Atlantic hurricanes, of those exceeding $10 billion in damage, are the costliest to date.  Dollars are approximate, Sandy’s estimates still in flux.  Those in bold occurred after the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) took responsibility for the weather-control program beginning in 2003.

                        Katrina     $108 billion           2005          Bush 43

                        Sandy         $72 billion             2012          Obama

                        Ike                $38 billion              2008          Bush 43

                        Wilma         $29 billion             2005          Bush 43

                        Andrew      $27 billion             1992          Bush 41

                        Ivan              $23 billion              2004          Bush 43

                        Irene            $17 billion              2011          Obama

                        Charley       $16 billion            2004          Bush 43

                        Rita               $12 billion             2005          Bush 43

                        Gilbert         $10 billion            1988          Reagan

Of the next ten in rank (less than $10 billion in damage but more than $5 billion) Bush 43 had five,  thus the majority of the “top 20” hurricanes were during the presidency of George W. Bush. Only one of these, Tropical Storm Allison in 2001, was prior to DARPA’s jurisdiction.  Before Obama’s entry with Irene and Sandy, George W. (Bush 43) could claim 69% of the dollar cost of this list.  Following from this, those hopeful that Obama would not continue the Bush excesses may find little reassurance.

Another means of comparison of all 32 hurricanes costing more than $1 billion is by the percentage of total cost of all 32.  Bush 43 had 62%, Obama had 19%, Clinton 8%, Bush 41 8%, Reagan 3%, Carter a third of 1%

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