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Was California attacked today?
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07-04-2019, 10:55 PM #1
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Was California attacked by a Category 5G Internet of Things?

Did 5G buzz the little faultlines? When faultlines shift, they produce measurable EMFs. So if a faultline was making EMFs and bumped into some of the billions of ions 5G makes per second, would that cause a wiggle? IDK.

There's something 'fissiony' here.

In case you're wondering, the EMFs produced from the copper wire makes a wave that never stops and never diminishes. It's like infinity, man!

"The quake was not on the major San Andreas fault but on strikeslip fault in “an area with a lot of little faults but no long fault,” famed seismologist Lucy Jones said on Twitter."

07-05-2019, 05:17 PM #2
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The little faults near the main fault may also be called 'offset spreading ridges' and who knows how far the earthquate shock waves may travel.


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