The Earthquake that Stopped Before Hitting Ukraine and Russian Borders*
When is an earthquake not an earthquake? When it was caused by something nuclear?
By Gordon Duff
Last night, scientists at the Los Alamos National Laboratories noted an unusual 6.8 magnitude earthquake on the border between Russia and the breakaway republics in the Eastern Ukraine. Then something happened, the earthquake and all records of it disappeared, all records except the ones we kept which are below.
Since it was the US government that reported and then “unreported” the earthquake, it is obvious that someone called the USGS in the interim, most probably from the CIA, and told them “you see nothing.”
This is the link to the US Geological Survey page that reported the quake. It lands on nothing now. Then they came up with the following explanation, something that has never happened before:
The U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) said on Friday there was no earthquake in western Russia after earlier reporting on its website a magnitude 6.8 near the border with Belarus.
USGS Geophysicist Paul Caruso said the agency’s sensors mislocated an earthquake that was taking place elsewhere. The Russia earthquake appeared on the USGS website while a series of strong temblors were taking place in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean, some 700 miles (1,100 km) south of Greenland
Color us “We don’t even begin to take any of this seriously.”
Perhaps it was an explosion at a nanothermite plant?
Is this why the earthquake was stopped in its track?