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2 Hour Collapse of Earth's Shields - Tsunami Buoy in ‘Event Mode’ off New Jersey Coast (Video)

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The buoy, a high tech weather instrument, recorded on April 23, 2016 sudden changes in water depth of fifty-five meters (180 feet) in a matter of seconds.
 

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Some people suggest the sudden massive drop in water level would be a large bubble of released methane or gas of some sort coming up underneath or very near the buoy, but it seems unlikely.

But it was not only the sudden change in water depth off New Jersey Coast, on the same day satellites from the NASA Space Weather Prediction Center detected a complete collapse of earth’s magnetosphere.

Earth’s Magnetosphere what protect us from solar winds and radiation just vanished around the entire planet for two hours.

The two strange events come 2 days after a huge anomaly covered New York and the upper East Coast, registered by MIMIC on April 21, 2016. See our article Be Aware – Huge anomaly Appears Over New York and Upper East Coast.

Just coincidence or is this another proof of weather warfare?
 

  

 

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    • Canderson

      what about a Chinese or Russian submarine got caught in anchor wire?

    • Havoc

      NASA advises that a small meteor could have impacted the ocean in that area, from the Lyrid Meteor Shower, which peaked last night. Normally, the small meteors from this annual event never make it to the surface of the earth; they usually burn up in our atmosphere before reaching the ground. HOWEVER, it is possible that a small meteor, perhaps the size of a softball, made it to the ocean and, upon impact at 14,000 MPH, would cause quite a localized wave. There is no way to verify this possibility.

    • EOD\'s

      The Zarcadians have claimed responsability for the wave anomally off New York today……….

      Saying their Autorotatic hypergyro denebulizer burts a swangle flange in the reverbarator box
      as they surfaced from the deep ocean in hyper drive with cloaking gear on to avoid detection….

      They have since sunk back to the ocean floor and will try another launch departure later…

      • chefjim

        Ha, ha, ha!

        • EOD\'s

          The Zarcadian chief technical thingy has now made contact with Cern as they need an extra 12000 Tv’s and new coordinates to connect with the right dimension departure hole….

          On leaving one said to me : Ill be Buck !!

      • Sucking Chest Wound

        Yep….sounds legit. 😉

    • Central Scrutinizer

      ‘That’s not how this works, that’s not how any of this works’………

      At sea, a “real” tsunami would raise the water level a mere few inches to a foot as it passes. 180 ft!!!! BRILLIANT!!!! :mrgreen:

      • b4

        a tour boat was passing by with 90 people of board hence the 180 feet……

      • LifeIs

        Central Scrutinizer if you did some reading, once in a while, you might have some idea what you are talking about.

        Here is a 1958 tsunami with a height of 1,720 feet, based on the fact that it swept away trees at that height.

        http://geology.com/records/biggest-tsunami.shtml “A tsunami with a record run-up height of 1720 feet occurred in in Lituya Bay, Alaska”

        This is about the Hawaiian island Lanai, which has marine fossils 1,000 feet above the sea.

        https://www.deepdyve.com/lp/elsevier/the-ancient-shorelines-of-lanai-hawaii-revisited-A1uOJoFli0

        This article gives credit to some modern folks, for the tsunami explanation. But Ignatius Donnelly in “Ragnarok” in 1883 attributed them to a wave. We know that landslides can produce such waves. The idea of an “ancient shoreline” so high above the sea is ludicrous.

        So, yes, it is possible that an impact produced a wave, in this 2016 event. Possible. It’s not the only thing that could produce the readings.

        • Jostler

          Bro, you really need to get your head around the difference between tsunami wave expression in deep water vs. on approach to shore and shallow water. Scrutinizer’s point is valid…

          • Cintus Supremus

            Yeah, well, even a scientific mind like LifeIs’s can squeeze out a brain fart once in a while.

          • LifeIs

            No, Scrutinizer is clueless. They didn’t SAY a 90 wave was measured anywhere except the one buoy.

            The wave spreads out and gets smaller. How hard is that to understand?

            Central Scrutinizer dismissed the idea of a 90 foot wave, period.

            Nyyk4 of course I read the link. And not for the first time. And NO, a landslide is not the only source of waves that size.

            You can get a wave that size in a storm, in those waters.

            An asteroid impact or a large landslide would give you more displacement of water, and bigger wave further away.

            • Nyyk4

              Please site where I can read about a natural 2000 foot wave from a storm??

            • LifeIs

              Nyyk4 if you can’t read, I can’t help you. The entire post was about a 90 foot wave.

              It said “90 foot wave” twice.

            • Central Scrutinizer

              ^^ ” The entire post was about a 90 foot wave”.

              Ummmm. That’s not correct. The entire post was about a 180 foot wave. The 90 got thrown in as a rather good joke to explain 180 ‘feet’ [so long as there were no amputees on the tourist boat!!!].

              :mrgreen:

        • Nyyk4

          @Lifels – Did you even read the link you posted. The tsunami wave was only that high from a rock slide. The only time you’ll get a wave that high is from a rock slide or an Asteroid impact.

        • Central Scrutinizer

          After you dust yourself off from the public smack-down you just got, I too would like you to go back and actually read the link you provided. From the Abstract of Keating & Helsley (2002), they are arguing AGAINST a tsunami as the mechanism for the geologic formations they studies.

          And yes, I am poo-pooing the idea of a 90 foot wave, a 180 foot wave, or even a 2,000 foot wave IN THE DEEP OCEAN. A storm driven wave, a rogue wave, a land-slide derived wave, all sorts of possible waves could reach that height, but in the scenario under question (meteor impact – which is clearly not the case here – it was nothing more than an instrument malfunction), that type of wave would not be nearly that high – until it gets into shallower water. Which, as I noticed all along the eastern seaboard, it didn’t. Therefore, no tsunami.

          Q.E.D.

          :mrgreen:

          • LifeIs

            Central Scrutinizer bluster is not the same thing as having any idea what you are talking about. You don’t need to demonstrate that every day. We get it.

            You have no way of knowing if there was an impact or not. You have no way of knowing what produced the data.

            You imagine there is a difference between kinetic energy from an impact, and kinetic energy from anything else. There is not.

            You are contradicting yourself, by admitting that large waves exist in the deep ocean. And then claiming the water needs to pile up on shore first.

            You painted yourself into a corner. You could have avoided that by just not commenting on things you don’t know anything about.

            The link I provided for the Lanai fossils was for background information. And to be fair. There are some odd people who think volcanic land 1,000 feet above the sea was somehow under the sea once.

            I commented right with the link. But here is more. You can go to Lanai and see the cliffs that remain. The debris from the landslides was found decades ago, on the sea floor. http://www.nytimes.com/1991/12/03/science/sea-floor-holds-story-of-hawaiian-isles-doom.html

            And do check out https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Megatsunami

            As for the big splash in Alaska, it was witnessed. You can read about it in the link I gave you. And the damage to trees was documented.

            Enjoy this video of 90 foot waves in the deep ocean.

            https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0cWyHLup7FY

            Here’s a quick picture of a 77 foot wave.

            http://www.surfermag.com/features/a-100-foot-wave/#HFZFqLO2baRCkI6m.97

            Buoys measure peak to trough (180 feet for the wave in question) and that is a 90 foot wave for the rest of us.

            • Central Scrutinizer

              Bluster ….. I never ever kissed her !!! :mrgreen:

              But I’m happy “you are so wise in the ways of science”.

              Riddle me this Kinetic-Man, why did NO OTHER buoy record any mention of all this wave producing energy (and the buoy in question is not a ‘high tech weather instrument’ like the description in the opening line of the article. All it records is water depth – its a tsunami detector). There were plenty of other buoys – yet zip, nada, zilch???

              Please, offer up your insight to where all this energy went.

            • LifeIs

              Central Scrutinizer I told you several posts up.

              But you could save both of us a lot of typing if you would just stop talking about things you don’t understand.

              If you displace some water with an impact, or a landslide, or whatever, some of the water goes up.

              Like the 1,700 foot tsunami in Alaska. Then the water falls down again.

              The energy disperses. Scatters. It flows from greater concentration to lesser concentration. Until it is uniform.

              A small impact or explosion or slide of land does not displace much water. The energy disperses NEARBY. Now stop asking stupid questions.

            • Cintus Supremus

              Sorry to snipe from the sidelines LifeIs, but:

              “There are some odd people who think volcanic land 1,000 feet above the sea was somehow under the sea once.”

              Odd people indeed. Like those who dare to believe the biblical accounting of Noah’s Flood.

              “Like the 1,700 foot tsunami in Alaska.”

              Which was funneled into a valley and never would have attained that height were it not. It most certainly would not have attained that height near the triggering event, which in that case was a landslide, or in the open ocean, which was Central Scrutinizer’s original point.

            • LifeIs

              Cintus Supremus no, that was not C.S. point. He claimed a 90 foot wave could not form from an impact in deep water, and that a 90 foot wave would inevitably travel a long way.

              And he was wrong, twice.

            • Cintus Supremus

              Facts, LifeIs. Let’s deal with them.

              When I said this: “…which was Central Scrutinizer’s original point.”

              …I meant his actual, original point, which is why I said “Central Scrutinizer’s original point.”

              As any of us may do, you may scroll back to the genesis of this thread, where Central Scrutinizer wrote: “‘That’s not how this works, that’s not how any of this works’… At sea, a “real” tsunami would raise the water level a mere few inches to a foot as it passes.”

    • Rapture and End Times
    • Syco

      “2 Hour Collapse of Earth’s Shields” BS, if the magnetosphere collapsed for even a fraction of a second the sun facing side of the planet would rendered a waste land. Ever put a hotdog in the microwave for to long??? Yeah all those people at once. Dumbasses…

      • LifeIs

        The only dumb thing in the video is the assertion that CERN (which is a particle accelerator) has enough energy to do anything to the magnetosphere. Really, really dumb.

        But no, Syco, the term “collapse” is being used loosely. And this is for you:

        http://science.nasa.gov/science-news/science-at-nasa/2008/16dec_giantbreach/

        “Dec. 16, 2008: NASA’s five THEMIS spacecraft have discovered a breach in Earth’s magnetic field ten times larger than anything previously thought to exist. Solar wind can flow in through the opening…”

        ‘”The opening was huge—four times wider than Earth itself,” says Wenhui Li, a space physicist… Li’s colleague Jimmy Raeder… says “1027 particles per second were flowing into the magnetosphere—that’s a 1 followed by 27 zeros.”‘

        “Space physicists have long believed that holes in Earth’s magnetosphere open only in response to solar magnetic fields that point south. The great breach of June 2007, however, opened in response to a solar magnetic field that pointed north.”

        ‘”To the lay person, this may sound like a quibble, but to a space physicist, it is almost seismic,” says Sibeck. “When I tell my colleagues, most react with skepticism, as if I’m trying to convince them that the sun rises in the west.”‘

        Bottom line: the idea that the magnetic field of the Earth is produced inside the Earth, is not correct. It is produced by electric currents in the plasma around us. And it changes all the time. And it is impacted by the charge field of Planet X.

        • Syco

          I have my doubt about the rouge planet, it has been coming for over a decade, It didn’t even take that long for us to send a probe out to the edge of the system, so where is the damned planet already???

          • lucid_ity

            It has been coming for much longer than a decade. If you’re believing the date setters, no wonder you’re frustrated.

        • LifeIs

          Syco it’s been coming for over a century. Since we first noticed it was disturbing the orbits of the outer planets.

          It takes that long to travel across the solar system. Well, under the solar system. South of the solar system.

          • Central Scrutinizer

            #BlackCometsMatter

            #WhosFlyingThisEclipticPlane?

            :mrgreen:

    • my2pesos

      Tsunami ~ IT Sun ‘am’ I ~ MIT ‘Sun’ Am
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      Sun ~ UN’s
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      Tsunami’s ~ ST Sun ‘am’ I ~ Mist ‘Sun’ A
      .
      Sun Mister ~ Site SR UN ~ RE: St ‘UN’s I’m
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      Sun ‘n’ Rain ~ Sin UN ‘n’ Ra

    • Nyyk4

      Well I live on the East Coastline and I am still dry, nothing to see here!

      • Mr Lightbeam

        No!!!

        It Is a giant Meteor pack with Alien immigrants heading for the land of milk and honey!! :cool:

    • LucidMebin

      I’m not saying it was aliens….but…..it was aliens :mrgreen:

    • quake-watcher

      It was very huge- came out of nowhere, yet quite short, and then was gone….nothing- huge-nothing.

      Maybe a missile exploded in the ocean?

      Our government would NEVER hide something like that from us, would they? Na-a-a-h.

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