Is Israel playing with Tesla quake technology?
The White House has stated on the record that reports of a crippling and deadly explosion at the Iranian uranium enrichment facility at Fordow, near the holy city of Qom, are baseless. Referring to the reports of a disaster at Fordow, White House Press Secretary Jay Carney told reporters at a January 28 press conference, "we have no information that would confirm them and do not believe that those reports or that report is credible."
The Fordow facility is dug deep into a mountain bunker and is believed to be impregnable to bunker buster bombs and air-to-ground missiles.
Iran also dismissed the reports of an explosion as propaganda. The reports are emanating from right-wing Israeli media sources and their echo chamber in the neo-conservative American media, namely World Net Daily. There are suggestions from Israeli sources that a 5.4 magnitude quake on January 21 in Kerman province may be related to the reported explosion but Kerman province is 566 miles from Fordow and the Kerman quake appears to be unrelated to the event at Fordow.
Although quakes are extremely common in Iran, there has been a steady spate of measurable seismic activity reported in Iran recently. There is also a report out of Guam that a recent quake there went unreported by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS), which is occurring with that agency's track record more frequently.
The denials and claims about a seismic event at Fordow may be indicative of something more troubling: that Israel is using earthquake-producing technology first developed by Nikola Tesla at the turn of the last century to cripple Iranian nuclear production activity not from outside the earth's surface but from within.
There are reports that over 250 Iranian and North Korean engineers and other personnel are trapped inside the facility after what was said to be an "explosion" that shook the facility to its "core." The reports are consistent with those that result from mine disasters, many of which are caused by seismic disturbances.
On August 28, 2009, WMR reported on Israeli earthquake-producing technology: "On August 27, Israel's Seismologic Division of its Geophysical Institute of the Ministry of National Infrastructure conducted, along with the U.S. Defense Department and the University of Hawaii, a joint earthquake research experiment in Israel's Negev Desert. The experiment simulated an earthquake in the southern Negev designed to improve not seismological warning and acoustic reading systems in either Hawaii or earthquake-prone California or Alaska, but in Israel.
The cover story is that the simulated earthquake was designed to improve Israel's earthquake advance warning system. The simulated earthquake, created with 80 tons of explosives, created a 3.0 earthquake on the Richter scale.
The involvement of the Pentagon with Israeli 'earthquake' research may involve a much more classified purpose. In 1995, this editor was told by an individual close to Mossad that Israel's intelligence agency was concerned about the Japanese Aum Shrinkyo movement arriving in Belgrade as Yugoslavia was collapsing. Agents of the cult movement were, according to the Mossad, trying to obtain Tesla earthquake-producing technology from notes and papers produced by the scientist on high-energy wave amplification maintained at the Nikola Tesla Institute in Belgrade. Nikola Tesla, a contemporary and one-time employee of Thomas Edison, died in 1943 and is considered the pioneer of alternating current machinery.
The Japanese cult members, who represented to institute officials that they were scientists, photocopied 100,000 Tesla documents. Tesla discovered that by altering the earth's magnetic field with electrical currents, earthquakes could result.
Israel's defense research community has also been interested in Tesla's earthquake- producing technology, which may have been at the heart of the recent Israeli-U.S. earthquake 'sensor' test in the Negev. In 1998, Los Alamos National Laboratory produced a super-magnet code-named 'Godzilla' that was the world's most powerful repeatable pulsed field magnet. Los Alamos had plans to create a more powerful magnet, twenty times more powerful than Godzilla, code-named Atlas. Atlas was designed with a magnetic field strength of 1000 tesla, 20 million times more powerful than the Earth's natural magnetic field and a potential weapon that could be used to alter the earth's magnetic field creating earthquakes.
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There are suspicions that such technology was what was being tested in Israel's Negev Desert on August 27.
One indication is that the Israel and U.S. explanation for the test in the Negev was an intelligence cover story is that the U.S. Geological Survey, which records earthquakes all around the world, has no record of a 3.0 earthquake in the Negev on August 27."
Last year, Iran accused Israel of possessing quake-producing technology and of using it against Iran. Quake-producing technology has reportedly advanced from the days of Tesla to now include high-powered radio frequency and magnetic applications.