As IRIS gets its information from the US Geological Survey (USGS) I went to that website and have as yet to stumble upon any seismograms. The computer system used to crunch the numbers from seismic stations is a USGS computer. According to a data sheet, in giving a depth of 0.0 kilometers the computer did not receive enough data to accurately plot position and depth. That is very strange as Nearby Japan, Russia and China have many seismographs. Japan might have the most in the world. Definitely South Korea would have many seismographs. The data was removed.
For most earthquake reports the USGS writes it is able to determine epicenters within 200-300 meters. Using Cray Super Computers it is more likely the USGS is able to pinpoint all seismic events within 10 meters.
All the nuclear explosions have been given a 10.0 kilometer depth. During the last 30 days there have been over 60 earthquakes at 10.0 kilometers depth. I do not have hard data but I believe 30 of those earthquakes were caused by nuclear explosions at undisclosed depths.
Also on the USGS is the report of the first Amchitka H-Bomb test of November 1971 when the nuke used in the MX Missile system was tested in the Aleutian Islands Alaska. The explosion caused an 7.9 Richter event. That number startled me. Assumptions I had made about the size and type of nuclear explosions were wrong. The 7.9 Richter event was caused by an H-Bomb about 5 megaton yield. The 4.0 to 5.0 Richter events are much smaller in the kiloton range A-Bombs, Hiroshima sized explosions. Definitely the seismograms I saw were single spike A-Bomb explosions, not the double spike H-Bomb events. The Richter scale is logarithmic with 5.0 thirty times greater than 4.0. Mea Culpa.
Using remote viewing in deep meditation I witnessed: The rear end of a new green Chrysler with Wyoming license plate. It is dusk. Two men open the trunk take out two clamps made of shiny metal (magnesium?). The clamps look like oversized tennis racquets. A box is opened and the clamps are used to lift a metal cylinder out of the truck. The cylinder is rounded at both ends and about 8 to 9 inches in diameter. The men carry the cylinder to a drilling rig attach steel wires to the cylinder and lower it down the drill hole. A large container of drilling mud, amber coloured, is pumped down the hole. This seals the hole. The men carefully place the clamps in a box in the truck. It is as if they are as careful with the clamps as with the cylinder. The event is near Yellowstone.
The A-Bomb was entirely without shielding. The two men were exposed to some level of radiation. No other drillers were at the rig. It is likely that rig was removed after the hole was capped. There could be hundreds of such drill holes containing nukes around the world and thirty explosions in a month would be but a small portion of the actual number underground.
It is important that people pray that these events do not trigger larger earthquakes and tsunamis. Spiritually grounding and visualizing that the nukes do not fire or do not cause damage must be undertaken by many people.
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