Monday, January 25, 2010

Haitian quake was predicted, some experts say: The Turf War

HIGH TECH: Satellite imaging showed fore-shock of 2002 Alaska quake.

In the aftermath of the massive Haitian earthquake on Jan. 12, officials have repeated the long-held opinion that "earthquakes cannot be predicted."

That's no longer true.

New electromagnetic techniques (EM) are detecting ominous signs of a killer earthquake's approach. American and French satellites independently detected signs of danger over Haiti three and four days before the earthquake struck, killing an estimated 200,000 people.

But pre-seismic EM sensing is only funded in a limited research capacity...

Read the rest of the revealing story here:

Misery politicized. It's all about control of information regardless of the situation. How can such a price be placed on human lives. Three days warning, is all it would have taken to prevent so much death and misery. Shame on those who withheld information that could have prevented so much tragedy.

I am still without my distribution lists so kindly pass this article on to others. After all, we know that knowledge IS power, for good or ill.


Jan said...

Thanks, Catherine. I like your new profile (or is it old and I never noticed before?).

David Henson said...

Holy crap. Thanks for posting.