7.7 Earthquake Hits Where The World’s Largest Geoengineering Experiment Took Place

Source: USGS

Terry Wilson of the Canadian Awareness Network links the rogue geoengineering project by Russ George to a massive earthquake off the coast of British Columbia:

A 7.7 Earthquake hit the coast of British Columbia on Saturday night, and there has since been as many as 40 aftershocks today. Including one that measured 6.4 in magnitude. The quake sent many residents on the coast, fleeing for higher ground due to tsunami warnings. That where issued as far away as Hawaii.

The Earthquake originated on the island of Haida Gwaii, other wise know as the Queen Charlotte Islands region. The islands are located along the Queen Charlotte Fault, which is an active transform fault that produces significant earthquakes every 3–30 years. (the last major one happening in 1949, that measure 8.1 in magnitude)

As soon as I caught the news of this quake today, the first thing that came to mind was. Wasn’t Haida Gwaii recently in the news?

Worlds Largest Geoengineering Test Conducted Off Canadian West Coast

“In July 2012 a private businessman named Russ George, or as the Vancouver Sun has dubbed him the “rogue climate hacker”. Dumped over 100 tonnes of iron into the pacific ocean, just off the coast of British Columbia (Haida Gwaii) in the largest ever geoengineering experiment.

The iron is meant to help spawn plankton (main stream press have dubbed these creatures “artificial plankton”) that will absorb carbon dioxide and then sink to the ocean bed. A geoengineering technique known as ocean fertilization. George hopes that this will be lucrative in carbon credits. But even the strongest of man made climate change proponents agree that he has gone too far, and some are outraged. According to the main stream news outlets.”

Could this be simply be a coincidence? Well as many in the alternative media have realized. Coincidences in situations like this are very, very rare…

[continues at the Canadian Awareness Network]

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  • John Tesh

    ‘over 100 tonnes’. Hard to know whether this is a lot of not much in the scheme of things! Was it deposited in small pellets or a big chunk left to slam into the bottom of the ocean floor? :D

    • kcorb

      I’m pretty sure it only works if the iron stays on the surface of the water where iron + plankton + sunshine + CO2 = happiness. They must be putting forth a god’s wrath at the hubris of man argument.

      • alizardx

        you are assuming that the “experiment” was legit scientific inquiry… rather than an entrepreneur extracting $1M from an Indian tribe for $30K worth of iron compound (<$300/ton x 100 tons) for delivery to the ocean floor.

    • Calypso_1

      100 tonnes is not much. That’s about the same as 6 semi-truckloads of scrap iron. (at least if they are running overweight like most haulers)

      • Squint

        Oh for cryin out loud, can’t you keep your ignorance to yourself? You koolaid drinking bimbo, trucking is the most over regulated industry there is, mainly because of idiots like you who regurgitate the lies from the MSM. Don’t like trucks? Feel free to start a boycott of them, don’t use anything that’s ever been on one…

        • Calypso_1

          …right. Analogy much?

          I like trucks just fine. In my youth I drove them and was a logistics manager for a steel shipping company. I still keep a Class A w/ full endorsements. I’ve run my share of overweight loads. It’s really fun coming down the Cumberland gap on I24 with steel coils.

          Do you know anything about hauling scrap steel? Have you ever operated a rolling dump trailer on uneven ground with 50,000 lbs of metal raised on a hydraulic lift w/ an external PTO control? Ever seen a real idiot flip one of those on top of himself?

          I was being generous in calculating my overweight analogy in favor of a hauler. We could change it up to 100,000lbs+ overloads if you’d like. The folks in the 4-wheelers might not like to be in front of one of those on a down hill red light though.

          But perhaps you didn’t comment to site my ‘ignorance’. There could be other motives at work. By the way how is your double-clutch on an Eaton?

        • Calypso_1

          …right. Analogy much?

          I like trucks just fine. In my youth I drove them and was a logistics manager for a steel shipping company. I still keep a Class A w/ full endorsements. I’ve run my share of overweight loads. It’s really fun coming down the Cumberland gap on I24 with steel coils.

          Do you know anything about hauling scrap steel? Have you ever operated a rolling dump trailer on uneven ground with 50,000 lbs of metal raised on a hydraulic lift w/ an external PTO control? Ever seen a real idiot flip one of those on top of himself?

          I was being generous in calculating my overweight analogy in favor of a hauler. We could change it up to 100,000lbs+ overloads if you’d like. The folks in the 4-wheelers might not like to be in front of one of those on a down hill red light though.

          But perhaps you didn’t comment to site my ‘ignorance’. There could be other motives at work. By the way how is your double-clutch on an Eaton?

      • Squint

        Oh for cryin out loud, can’t you keep your ignorance to yourself? You koolaid drinking bimbo, trucking is the most over regulated industry there is, mainly because of idiots like you who regurgitate the lies from the MSM. Don’t like trucks? Feel free to start a boycott of them, don’t use anything that’s ever been on one…

  • 0_0

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Queen_Charlotte_Fault
    oh gee, i guess we should blame it on idiots instead of plate tectonics

  • Digital Spoon

    sounds like a case of connecting the dots…

  • http://www.sacredgeometryinternational.com/ Camron Wiltshire

    Why In The World Are They Spraying for the Win! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mEfJO0-cTis

  • Roark

    How ironic that disinformation is nothing but disinformation.

    • Matt Staggs

      Not sure that qualifies as “ironic”, Roark.

    • Calypso_1

      How ironic that such clever pithiness has never been offered up before.

    • Calypso_1

      How ironic that such clever pithiness has never been offered up before.

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    Is this The Onion?

    • Matt Staggs

      Yes. Click “AVCLUB” for a wide selection of dismissive, hectoring reviews of pop culture offerings from hipster d-bags.

  • Hasan

    Same Happend in 2012 Movie Reme.. Its All Happening same first in USA THEN HERE ..

  • Hasan

    Same Happend in 2012 Movie Reme.. Its All Happening same first in USA THEN HERE ..

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