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Geoscientist Leuren Moret believes a HAARP-aerosol/chemtrails plasma weapon likely caused Japan's disaster, citing:
-- its intensity and characteristics; and
-- using the Stuxnet virus (a Windows computer worm targeting industrial software and equipment) at Fukushima, causing malfunctions in cooling pumps and valves. "The trouble after the earthquake was that the pumps and valves and controllers malfunctioned so workers could not get (them) working. This just adds to the HAARP earthquake and much more evidence that it was a false flag HAARP event."
Moreover, HAARP-created vortex clouds over San Francisco on March 18 triggered heavy irradiated rain over the Bay area.
Moret also explained calculations she made, saying spent fuel rods stored in cooling ponds above each of six reactors are releasing the equivalent of "92,000 nuclear bombs. Each unit has 400 assemblies of spent fuel rods, with 60....for each assembly. Each individual rod holds 72 pounds of uranium (compared to) a 20-pound" nuclear bomb payload.
She believes enormous amounts of radiation are now being released into the troposphere, traveling below 300 feet over Japan and America, heading east. As a result, air, earth, water, food and humans are being contaminated with deadly radiation. Downplaying the hazard is scandalous.
Investigative journalist Jane Burgermeister also blames HAARP for Japan's disaster and the 2010 one in Haiti, saying:
Haiti and Japan quakes "show surprising similarities that point to an artificial cause and the use of HAARP technology." In January 2010, "low frequency signals of 2.1 Hz were detected for 40 hours before the earthquake occurred, while (in) Japan something similar happened. Low frequency signals of 2.5 Hz were detected for about 55 hours before the earthquake (struck) as well as for 4 hours afterwards."
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