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EPICENTER OF THE JAPAN QUAKE

April 16, 2011 By Joseph P. Farrell

I found this very interesting article on the Japan quake, putting to rest a mistaken idea that I myself actually accepted when the first news broke, that the epicenter was not along any fault; it seems that it was along the junction of three such faults, and the article indicates that perhaps a fourth tectonic plate was involved. Notably, the article mentions that the scientific community is somewhat at a loss to explain this simultaneous slippage, and that means, of course, that the door is open a bit wider to the artificial induction hypothesis. Japan Quake Epicenter Was in Unexpected Location