Tuesday, January 18, 2005
Prisonplanet.com has a series of links to articles related to the recent disaster in Asia, some of which cast doubt on just how "natural" it was, and others a bit more tame but still raising questions about how much was known about the event ahead of time. Jones was unwilling to state that he believes that the earthquake was anything but a natural event (usually, he's not quite so reserved, having gone on record saying that the US government was behind the Sept. 11th attacks). But he does believe that the US and other agencies in the area had advanced warning of the quake and resultant tidal wave, and that the lack of propagation of this knowledge cost thousands of lives.
Interesting stuff, but it would seem like there's more logical explanations for this than high-freq RF bounced off the ionosphere, or sonic testing for oil exploration.