Seismic evidence reveals underground nuclear detonation south of Washington DC.Posted by PC Latest news, World news Wednesday, August 24th, 2011
Seismology charts are now revealing that the 5.8 magnitude tremor that rattled the entire East Coast including Washington DC was not a natural earthquake but an earthquake that resulted from an underground nuclear detonation. The image above is a seismograph from Washington and Lee University, (similar one found on www2.tricities.com website) about 85 miles southwest of the earthquake’s epicenter in Mineral. The green lines indicates the tremor that was felt in Washington DC which caused damaged to the Washington Memorial and the Washington National Cathedral. The black lines is a transparent overlay of a seismograph from a pdf file from Virginia Division Mineral Resources on Earthquakes. That file describes a typical natural occurring earthquake as:
Posted by Mark Brander on Saturday, August 27, 2011 4:41
The following comment is also interesting, as is the fact we never did hear about any aftershocks!
"It happened so quickly, you didn’t really have time to get totally scared. Once we knew what was going on, it had actually stopped," said Sarah Copeland, director of assisted living at Imperial Plaza, a private complex with 1,100 units for the elderly on Bellevue Avenue in Richmond.
(this doesn't sound like the classic earthquake, now does it?)