US Navy Deploying HAARP Tesla Weapon Platform SBX-1 to Hit North Korea with Earthquakes (HD)





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Published on Apr 9, 2013

The US Navy is reportedly deploying the huge Sea-based X-band radar to the Korean Peninsula what suggests that North Korea could be hit by a massive HAARP-made earthquake anytime soon




Very strong but very deep earthquake in Russia / China / North Korea region

This very deep earthquake is caused by the subduction of Pacific Plate under Eurasian Plate (which also causes most of the earthquake activity around Japan). Due to the depth, any damage in one of the mentioned countries can be excluded.

Update: Very deep earthquakes like this are usually felt in a wide area (with low intensity). In this case, large towns like Vladiwostok are in this area. But so far we did not get any felt reports. If you think you felt it, please tell us.
The earthquake may have been felt (theoretically) by nearly 10 million people as a very weak to weak shaking.

Nearby Cities
9km (6mi) N of Zarubino, Russia
28km (17mi) SW of Slavyanka, Russia
62km (39mi) ENE of Aoji-ri, North Korea
63km (39mi) ESE of Hunchun, China
608km (378mi) NE of Pyongyang, North Korea

Most important Earthquake Data:

Magnitude : 6.2

Local Time (conversion only below land) : 2013-04-06 00:00:00

GMT/UTC Time : 2013-04-05 13:00:00

Depth (Hypocenter) : 551 km

Depth and Magnitude updates in the list below.

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And the earthquakes hit deep underground North Korea

Mirrored from stillspeakingout


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