Late afternoon, going into sunset , May 18, 2013 (100UTC May 19, 2013) … several plumes appeared in central west Mexico — quickly followed by large prominent columns (steam or smoke?) produced near the Texas border.
Location .. somewhere very close to:
29°12’52.46″N , 102° 1’15.06″W
If you look at the area on Google earth, you will quickly come to see
1) It is a desert
2) There are several very old (dormant) volcanoes at this location
If you have been following the movement at the fracking operations , and dormant volcanoes , then you were expecting this activity in the Northeast .
M4.4 – 19km NNE of Shawville, Canada 2013-05-17 13:43:22 UTC
- 2013-05-17 13:43:22 UTC
- 2013-05-17 09:43:22 UTC-04:00 at epicenter
- 2013-05-17 08:43:22 UTC-05:00 system time
45.767°N 76.397°W depth=9.8km (6.1mi)
- 19km (12mi) NNE of Shawville, Canada
- 56km (35mi) E of Pembroke, Canada
- 63km (39mi) WNW of Gatineau, Canada
- 67km (42mi) NW of Ottawa, Canada
- 74km (46mi) E of Petawawa, Canada
As I said above, we were expecting this movement along the northeast edge of the craton (plate).
Overall, we will continue to see this displacement along the edge of the craton , displacement will continue COMING FROM THE WEST as long as the Pacific plate is in a perturbed state.
Current screenshot .. last 7 days of earthquakes around the Pacific plate (up to May 17, 2013 810pm CT):
I’m coining a new term today … “Ultrasonic-Touch” UST .
Using frequency to produce a PHYSICAL SENSATION of an actual object.
We’ve heard the conspiracy theories.. use blue beam to make a 3d hologram.. then use frequency to make it appear physical to the touch..
Well.. the physical touch part is now taken care of.
The question now becomes.. is bluebream really real? I don’t know.
The computer system developed by Ishikawa beams ultrasonic wave emitters, so the user actually feels the keyboard pressing against their skin, without anything in their hand. The sensation is the equivalent to a 3-gram or 0.1- ounce object, he says.
curious about 3D holograms .. check this out :