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Silverhair Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sat Dec-27-03 06:25 PM
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73. In 1903 commiting a person talking like that would have been correct.
The computer didn't exist then, and to have spoken of it as if it did exist would have been evidence of insanity.

In a hundred years we may be able to remotely induce earthquakes - but we can't now. We aren't even close.

Your speculations violate a good bit of current physics. Perhaps you are not fully aware of them. I would suggest taking a few courses at a local univeristy.

Yes, we can create some big explosions, but on a global scale they aren't that big. Tectonic plates are so huge that a nuke is a nothing to them.

The problem with tinfoil hatters is that all answers are evidence of the conspiracy. Earthquake in Mississippi? Obviously it was the gov't as there aren't natural quakes there. In Iran - yep, great place to test it as everyone will think it is a natural event.

Ask questions? Some questions are more sensible that others. To ask if the USA may have cause the Iranian quake is a nonsense question. It betrays ignorance, or parania on the part of the questioner. It betrays a tinfoil hat mentality.


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