This morning, 8.5 (or 7.8) EQ Japan follows other very recent large EQs and volcanic eruptions. CERN-related?

Update, same morning: WOW! Check out Mike Lewinski comment below post. Especially love his final comment: “So, maybe we’re the earth’s way of conducting more advanced physics experiments, and that’s just her excitement.”

Do YOU feel destabilized? Does our society feel off-kilter, off-balance? If so, do we, living in our Earthling bodies, function as antennas for Earth as she “goes through changes”? The latest, this very morning: 8.5 EQ in Japan. Really? 8.5?! Do we have any idea how monumental that is? And what will be its effects elsewhere, as this deep fracturing reverberates through our Mother’s body?

Earthquake – 8.5 – 166km WNW of Chichi-shima, Japan

And see dutchsinse, who studies and predicts these events, via their patterns in space and time.

5/30/2015 — VERY LARGE 8.5M EARTHQUAKE STRIKES NEAR JAPAN – BONIN ISLANDS (7.8M REVISED)

Meanwhile, significant EQs in the past few days — in Alaska, near Trinity Lake, California, in Peru, plus volcanoes erupting in Japan, Ecuador, Nevada . . .

Question: does powering up CERN have any bearing upon this apparent intent of the Mother to, if not shake us off, then shake us up?

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2 Responses to This morning, 8.5 (or 7.8) EQ Japan follows other very recent large EQs and volcanic eruptions. CERN-related?

  1. It seems there have been at least 4 earthquakes greater than 8 in my lifetime, including the 9.0 quake that triggered the meltdown at Fukushima.

    We didn’t build the first nuclear reactors on earth. Two billion years ago in what is now Gabon (Oklo) there were nuclear fission reactions taking place on the surface of the earth. There’s an account of how they differed from modern reactors in this PDF I just stumbled across while looking for another reference:

    http://www.physics.isu.edu/radinf/Files/Okloreactor.pdf

    James Lovelock also writes about this in Ages of Gaia:

    http://www.alamut.com/proj/98/nuclearGarden/bookTexts/Lovelock_Oklo.html

    One hypothesis is that certain kinds of bacteria had helped to concentrate uranium in pools in a streambed. The constant flow of water helped modulate the reaction. I think there are other entirely strictly geological theories that can also explain them.

    So, maybe we’re the earth’s way of conducting more advanced physics experiments, and that’s just her excitement.

  2. Loved this so much I added it as an update to the post. THANKS!

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