For a decade now, ever since the dreadful earthquake sequence that devastated my city and continues to impact the community, I’ve delved into the topic of earthquake triggering and prediction. So the news of NZ trialing a ‘quake “prediction” phone-app gave a certain sense of vindication.
Martin Harris 28/5/21
While personal research (in collaboration with various colleagues and contacts) never found undeniable hard evidence that the Christchurch earthquakes were artificially triggered, the circumstantial evidence was very compelling.
One thing that cannot be denied, however, is that various parties in high places somehow knew that the February 22 quake that demolished much of central and Eastern Christchurch, was imminent, and took advantage of that foreknowledge to “Build Back Better”, a phrase that continues to be used for social, economic and civil infrastructure re-configuring, including most notably, the current COVID event.
The phrase Build Back Better was coined by The Clintons in the aftermath of the Indonesian Tsunami, so it’s quite fitting that the “exhibit A” in the evidence of earthquake foreknowledge is a famous communication released by Wikileaks in which Hillary Clinton and an associate proclaim that the Christchurch quake was “on cue”.
How fitting it is then, that little old New Zealand is the guinea pig for a new app that warns the general populace of an impending earthquake. Finally sharing earthquake prediction technology with the underlings?
Not so fast. The usefulness of this system is limited and warnings are at best only seconds in advance of the ‘quake hitting:
It has oft been stated that whatever technology reaches the public domain, is already at least 20 years old in the world of Military Intelligence. If that adage applies here, then whatever predictive tools are available clandestinely would logically be at least 20 years ahead of this ‘phone app. Drippings to the beggars.