Friday, September 8, 2017

Black Swan Swarm Alert: Turkey Point Looks Like "Toast," Solar Storm Rages, Huge Earthquake Rocks Mexico

Here is the expected path of Hurricane Irma and you can see that Turkey Point is situated at the Eye of the Storm

NOAA image adapted from ZeroHedge:

Location of nuclear power and energy plants/stations in Florida:

This image of the location of plants was tweeted by Mitchell Gordon and retrieved from RT

Notice that Turkey Point looks to be under the projected eye of the storm. That plant survived Hurricane Andrew with significant damage: Irma looks bigger. Remember that any flooding of a nuclear plant risks spreading radioactive contamination.

Meanwhile, you can find updates on the solar storm - which appears like its going to reach its radiation height today - after two large X class flares:

The Asahi Shimbun is saying that communication devices ON earth (not just those in orbit) may be impacted from the one-two punch of these storms:
Seiji Tanaka (2017, September 8). Large-scale solar flares may affect communications devices on Earth

Some of the largest solar flares to erupt in more than a decade could interfere with electronic communications devices on Sept. 8, according to the National Institute of Information and Communications Technology.

Gases from the flares are expected to reach the Earth between 3 p.m. and midnight on Sept. 8, possibly impacting the global positioning system and shortwave communications used to contact aircraft, according to the NICT. The gases are not harmful to humans, the institute added.
Suspicious Observers (here) and BPEarthwatch (here) both postulate a relationship between large solar flares and earthquakes. Their hypothesis was supported by a very large earthquake in Mexico last night.

US Geological Survey is reporting a 8.1 earthquake was epicentered 60 miles from Mapastepec, Chiapas Mexico Sep 7 9:49 p.m. CNN provides details:

Joshua Berlinger and Mariano Castillo, (2017, September 8). Mexico's strongest earthquake in a century leaves dozens dead CNN,
At least 32 people have died after the most powerful earthquake to hit Mexico in a century struck off the country's southern coast. The magnitude-8.1 quake, which was felt as far as Mexico City and Guatemala City, was registered off Mexico's southern coast just as heavy rains from Hurricane Katia lashed the east. The epicenter was in the Pacific Ocean, some 600 miles (1,000 kilometers) southeast of the capital and 74 miles (120 kilometers) from the Pacific coast. Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto said the quake was the strongest earthquake Mexico has experienced in 100 years.
 The SWARM of Black Swans is GROWING!


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