...obviously by now most of you know that I don't think the earthquake in Japan was entirely "natural".... well, here is an article to consider:

Japan\'s New Orientation

...and remember those two Japanese who were caught in 2009 carrying $134.5 in US treasury bearer-bonds?

And, oh yea, I read this article where it stated that the walls of the nuclear reactor housing building near Tokyo exploded...now I had to read that twice: how do walls just "explode"?  Maybe Steven Jones will tell us it was nanothermite... We'll get all sorts of fancy explanations on this one:

Exploding Walls At Nuclear Plant

....the plot just thickened...

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Joseph P. Farrell

Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and pursues research in physics, alternative history and science, and "strange stuff". His book The Giza DeathStar, for which the Giza Community is named, was published in the spring of 2002, and was his first venture into "alternative history and science".


  1. marcos anthony toledo on March 18, 2011 at 11:05 am

    So you folowing the nuke mess in Japan here one for the conspricacy theorest how the idea this will be found to be a warning to the Japanese to drop cold fuison or else next time it will be worse. I was reading article on this in The Register online and in the comments on the articule someone wrote a gallows humour line that the reactors decided to join the party of the earthquake,tsumami that hit Japan wild world we live on.

  2. Gary Hunter on March 16, 2011 at 3:06 pm

    I think it might be worth noting that the mess that has been made of Japan as a whole will decelerate the release of “over unity” technologies by Japan. Hoagland has quoted one of his “deep throat” sources as saying that the Powers That Be would rather see one of our US cities destroyed by nuclear attack than give up to the public the secret of over-unity technology. It would destroy the petroleum, natural gas, and nuclear industries virtually overnight, although the current string of events is bound to set back the progress the nuclear industry has made in the last couple of decades in calming the public about the hazards of nuclear power plants.

    • Christine on March 16, 2011 at 3:57 pm

      I would think this would have the opposite effect, accelerate the
      development and release of over unity stuff, if nuclear plants
      become viewed as untenable.

    • Jon on March 16, 2011 at 9:59 pm

      That could be another angle to the attack. Japan has several patented, easily made overunity devices (Kawai and Takahshi patents), and probably more in the black. Perhaps part of the move to new alignments was the desire to begin using some of these technologies, and they were slapped down for that.

      I think this event will be used to push for more nukes, not less. These plants are all older and have been extended beyond their original “useful” life. I can see how it could easily be spun to push for the need to build newer, “safer” plants, to prevent another incident such as this. And the IMF and World Bank will be right there to assist with the finance…….

  3. Mike M on March 14, 2011 at 11:53 pm

    Here is something of interest. The first link is to a story about the current events in Japan.  The second is a PDF of a proposed business deal, between a Texas firm(STP) and a Japanesse firm(TEPCO).  Why does Texas always seem to run in the background?



  4. Mike M on March 14, 2011 at 10:48 pm

    Does anyone remember the story of two US nuclear power plants going offline, say early this year, late last year?

  5. Julie Cheryl Carroll-Gayton on March 14, 2011 at 9:57 am

    Many people know the earthquake in Haiti was caused by Chinese Submarines. People were told by other Chinese people. Also they say Canada was behind that one also. Who is behind the Japanese quake, could it be the Chinese and Canadians again? Proove it.

  6. Shiva on March 12, 2011 at 10:26 pm

    What did Putin say to Biden?

    I think the trains were lost under a wall of water, possibly 20 foot high – I don’t think it is the Philadelphia experiment meets Death on the Orient Express

    Okinawa? you don’t tell us the punchline

    nor do you give us the links –

    Mike M we need more – you may be the man but you are yet to prove it

  7. Jon Norris on March 12, 2011 at 4:15 pm

    Things do seem to be heating up.

  8. Lysander on March 12, 2011 at 12:33 pm

    “Maybe Steven Jones will tell us it was nanothermite…”

    Nano-thermitic chips of a highly engineered composite structure were found in the dust of the towers on 9/11…unless you have a different explanation as to what this material was or are denying that this material was even found. Are you suggesting that scalar weapons were used to Blow up the reactor per Dr. Wood?

    • Christine on March 12, 2011 at 2:50 pm

      what was the source for that information, by the way? If it came from
      the notorious building 7, which WAS taken down on order
      by explosives for no known good reason, but it meant that things
      were destroyed or damaged that might have been, ah, incriminating
      about connections, the real issue, not how it was taken down but
      who was involved in planning, and even profiting from it.

    • Gary Hunter on March 15, 2011 at 8:57 pm

      No, scalar weapons were probably used to trigger the earthquake, which triggered the tsunami, which triggered…The video of the reactor building exploding does look a bit suspiciously like conventional explosives. The shockwave is incredibly rapid and there is a very orange fireball evident as the wall gives way. The fireball goes away as fast as it appears. If there was enough hydrogen to explode the wall, it seems there would have been a vertical firebal of relatively slow velocity. The velocity of the shockwave suggests to me something other than the sudden venting of accumulated steam pressure or even the so-called detonation of hydrogen gas. I’m just going on appearances. When I was a youngster, I used to make hydrogen balloons, using sodium hydroxide and aluminum foil in a soda bottle. The real fun was releasing the ballon after lighting the tie-off and watching it explode. Even in the fairly miniscule quantities associated with a balloon, the slowness of hydrogen burning was evident. It took the Hindenburg blimp minutes to consume the volume of hydrogen it possessed. It did not blow up suddenly.

      • Christine on March 15, 2011 at 10:05 pm

        what color was this stuff, the mix that kicked off hydrogen?

        • Gary Hunter on March 16, 2011 at 2:54 pm

          I’m not sure I understand the question, but hydrogen and oxygen are both colorless. This is just a simple “science fair” kind of demonstration of using everyday household chemistry to produce hydrogen. When you dissolve the sodium hydroxide (lye) in water in a soda bottle, and add aluminum foil to the mixture, the lye dissolves the aluminum, releasing hydrogen gas. If you put a balloon over the neck of the bottle, there is sufficient pressure to inflate it. I would release some of the balloons to fly away, and sometimes I would light the tie-off on the ballon and release it. After a few seconds, the balloon would explode (not violently) and provide mild entertainment. another interesting facet of this activity is that when H and O burn together, they produce water as a by-product, thus assuring minimal risk of starting a fire. The Hindenburg is a much better example of the point I’m trying to make: Hydrogen gas does not burn very explosively, it just burns. If H exploded violently, the Hindenburg would have disappeared immediately and everything in a mile radius or so would have been flattened.

          • Christine on March 16, 2011 at 3:55 pm

            what color is the fluid while the lye is dissolving the aluminum?
            I have a reason for asking.

  9. Christine on March 12, 2011 at 11:25 am

    The official story is that hydrogen gas built up and got loose and
    mixed with oxygen and blew up. There seems to be reason to believe
    that the core rods are melting down, they are pumping in boric acid
    and sea water to try to cool it down, this will take 10 hours to do and
    a lot more time for it all to cool down. Conflicting accounts on radiation
    presence outside, and the people are apparently used to the nuclear
    element in govt. not being transparent or reliable before, hopefully
    they are figuring how to evac themselves.

    the train loss might refer to those swept by the tsunami or lost
    to an opening in the ground, not mysterious disappearance.

    Cement walls explode if an explosive force is applied to
    them. I do not understand the hydrogen gas release story, but
    then I don’t know what nuclear reactors produce as byproducts,
    I wonder if a small nuclear explosion occurred, not all the control
    rods were lost, but the material that melted down where the rods
    were lost might have done a mininuke. I have read that the
    Uranium in a reactor can’t go explosive, but reactors also produce
    and use plutonium and if that is what is in there, well,……

    • Michael on March 12, 2011 at 11:45 am

      It makes very little sense to me that hydrogen and oxygen in sufficient quantities to produce an explosion that size, and with that intensity, would be escaping from somewhere inside the facility. I could see it as a possibility if, there was some form of electrolysis happening with the heavy water they use as a cooling agent. But then again, I would imagine that the outer shell was made of super reinforced concrete, rebar, ect. That would mean that the interior pressures would have to exceeded some very high thresholds. They do build those facilities to some pretty impressive standards.

    • Michael on March 12, 2011 at 11:53 am

      Also, nuclear explosions do not, I repete, do not happen without exsessive uniform pressures, that only occur within impossible thresholds. That is why, if you destroy a ship that has a nuclear warhead, you don’t worry about the materials reaching critical mass, you worry about radioactive debri and contamination.

      • Christine on March 12, 2011 at 2:47 pm

        the uniform pressures you are talking about, are only a matter
        of explosives bringing an outer shell of fissile material uniformly
        down around a core of more fissile material in the round shaped
        fat man format. in the little boy format, you only need a single
        explosion to send the one segment to join the other.

        point being, all you need to do is pile the stuff up deep enough
        and it will blow. The explosives are to bring together what is
        kept severely apart, and keep them together enough that the
        initial start of the explosion doesn’t blow some unexploded
        fissile material beyond range of the neutrons, and leave a lot
        of it unblown.

        The issue is, having a critical mass form, by them coming together.
        Uranium usual isotope for uranium reactors is a slow fission that
        is hard to go explosive, the explosive version is hard to produce.

        Plutonium is favored for most reactors now, if I recall correctly,
        precisely because it requires less and produces more.

        Now, all you need for an explosion would be for a total failure
        of the rods and cooling system, letting it all melt and run
        together, and achieve critical mass. contaminating material from
        the rods might minimize the effect, and that boric acid along with
        sea water is going to be a contaminant as well.

        A small explosion isn’t ruled out therefore.

        Meanwhile, the latest news says that the radiation levels are
        rising. that in itself is bad. something is increasing not
        decreasing. And even if it never goes to an explosion, it can
        burn and vaporize from heat, poisoning more ground than if
        it did blow.

        the only determinant as to whether it can blow or not, is
        whether it is uranium or plutonium (a breeder reactor)
        that is in use.

        • Mike M on March 14, 2011 at 11:00 pm

          That would not happen, unless the explosion came from within the reactor. And no, a point of critical mass could not be reached, even with the way you portay the smaller atomic bomb ” little boy “. Other wise the manhattan project would have needed less scientists and just more random uncalculated explosions to achieve critical mass. You don’t just stick a bomb at one end, pile some fissionable material at either end, and hope for a bang. You need a certain grade of material, a certain type of configuration and a whole lot of precision to detonate an atomic bomb.
          It’s just that simple:-)

  10. mary on March 12, 2011 at 10:39 am

    Crikey, that’s a nasty little sheela.

  11. Mike M on March 12, 2011 at 9:59 am

    You also have to consider what happened on the island of Okinawa a year or two ago. The people of the Island wanted the removal of a US military base, which was met with some resistance from Uncle Sam and the local government. As for the article, there is no mention of what caused the detonation, and to my knowledge, ” masonry” does not just explode!
    Here is an interesting line from the article
    ” One report said four whole trains had disappeared Friday and still not been located”
    How so you loose four whole trains? !Or better yet how do you make them disappear?
    Here is another beautiful line, think of Dr. Judy Wood while reading this one.
    ” The explosion was preceded by puff of white smoke that gathered intensity until it became a huge cloud enveloping the entire facility”
    Now this is interesting, this was below the article.
    “The Washington Post reports:
    When news of the disaster first spread Friday, Chinese leaders were quick to offer condolences and support. China is also earthquake-prone — a deadly 5.8-magnitude tremor just hit southwestern Yunnan province Thursday — and officials here immediately put a trained rescue team in place to dispatch to Japan if needed.
    The Chinese defense minister, Liang Guanglie, called his Japanese counterpart, Toshimi Kitazawa, to offer military assets. The Chinese Red Cross Society pledged 1 million yuan, or about $152,087, to help Japan. Premier Wen Jiabao also had a telephone conversation Friday with Japanese Prime Minister Naoto Kan, and offered China’s condolences and help.
    Read more here.”
    Then if you take into consideration what Putin said to Biden on Friday, it makes you wonder?…..

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