The United States has the equipment to use the earthquake for military and political purposes. Like a python in one’s yard with a dog-sized lump that distorts its slim shape, I cannot prove that the python ate my dog, but years of experience the world has had with pythons tells me the bulge explains the loss of my dog. Likewise, the world’s century of experience with man-caused earthquakes tells me that the bulge in this column of numbers explains the loss of man’s innocent relationship with Mother Nature.
Most people are unaware of the use of the earthquake as political messenger, or gun to the head as a threat or a punishment. It has the potential to destroy nations. It is only one element of what is called “weather warfare,” for the acculturation of which the U.S. and 74 other nations have ratified or acceded to ENMOD, a treaty which took effect on October 5, 1978 by which they undertake “not to engage in military or other hostile use of environmental modification techniques having widespread, long-lasting or severe effects as the means of destruction, damage or injury to the other State Party.”
The signers knew this applied to earthquakes. Human causation of earthquakes has been part of the discussion for more than a century (of late silent), beginning with the 1896 quake engineered by the genius who started it all, Nikola Tesla, who destroyed his machine in panic because the building he occupied in New York City appeared about to shake itself apart.