Another tale of intrigue and adventure on the high seas from the self professed published author, radio talk show host, circuit speaker, humanitarian, animal rights activist and investigative journalist who works "with Doctors around the world for cures"... Roxy Lopez. Judging from this article's title, "Alaskan Category 3 Ice Storm Geoengineered – Here is Your Proof!", we are to believe that four, seemingly unrelated events, prove that a large storm system which hit Alaska on Nov. 9, 2011 was in fact geo-engineered. The four elements of this amazing puzzle could have been pulled from an international espionage thriller. First, there is the earthquake in Kamchatka that occurs at the exact moment a multinational tsunami readiness exercise is taking place mere moments before a 100 year storm slams into the Alaska coastline. Fortunately, the NOAA, having inside knowledge of the oncoming storm, evacuates the Alaskan gulf two and a half weeks prior to the storms arrival. How do these four elements prove the Category 3 ice storm was geo-engineered? Unfortunately, the article never makes that connection. So instead, let's have a look at the individual pieces of this puzzle... The Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission was established in 1961 as a vehicle for the sharing of information relating to oceanographic data. They developed a tsunami warning system for the Pacific ocean to help improve response capabilities. Over the years, they performed several exercises to test the effectiveness of the system. The latest one, named Pacific Wave 11, occurred over a period of several days starting Nov 9, 2011. The exercise consisted of member states choosing one event from a list of ten proposed fictional tsunami scenarios. Each country would then conduct simulated emergency procedures in real time. Exercise Pacific Wave 11 will be held on 9 and 10 November 2011, and will involve multiple scenarios, played out in real time, to allow all Pacific countries to select and exercise a regional/local source tsunami event. • Northern Chile (Peru–Chile Trench) Nov 09 13:00 • Ecuador (Colombia–Ecuador Trench) Nov 09 14:00 • Central America (Middle America Trench) Nov 09 15:00 • Aleutian Islands (Aleutian Trench) Nov 09 18:00 • Tonga (Tonga Trench) Nov 09 21:00 • Vanuatu (New Hebrides Trench) Nov 09 22:00 • Kamchatka (Kuril–Kamchatka Trench)Nov 09 22:00 • Ryukyu Islands (Nansei–Shoto Trench) Nov 9 23:00 • Philippines–Pacific Ocean (Philippines Trench) Nov 10 0:00 • Philippines–South China Sea (Manila Trench) Nov 10 2:00 Of the ten fictional tsunamis in the exercise, one of them was to be the result of a magnitude 9 earthquake near the east coast of Kamchatka that strikes on Nov. 9, 2011 at 2200 hours at a depth of 20km. This imaginary earthquake would cause 12m deep ocean waves and have been a major threat to the coasts of Kamchatka and Japan. As it happens, on Nov 9, 2011 at about 22:01 UTC, there was an actual, real life, documented, earthquake off the coast of Kamchatka. It was also the only one to roughly co-inside with one of the scenarios in the Pacific Wave 11 exercise. The real earthquake had no similarities to the fictional Kamchatka quake in the IOC exercise other than approximate location and time. The real earthquake was magnitude 5.2. It didn't kill anyone. It didn't cause any property damage. In fact, people 100km away barely felt it. Most importantly, the real Kamchatka earthquake on Nov 9, 2011 was not a megathrust quake and did not cause a tsunami, which was the purpose of the IOC exercise in the first place. Was the real earthquake just a coincidence? Let's look at some facts... There were actually three earthquakes at different times off the east coast of Kamchatka on Nov. 9 (link) 2011-11-09 09:05:00.1 52.74 N 158.86 E 90km mb 4.1 2011-11-09 14:36:07.2 54.07 N 159.87 E 130km mb 3.9 2011-11-09 22:01:03.1 52.44 N 159.90 E 40km mb 5.2 ...and another four a week prior to Nov. 9 2011-11-06 19:28:17.5 52.74 N 159.64 E 40 mb 4.6 2011-11-06 14:03:10.8 54.66 N 159.11 E 160 mb 4.5 2011-11-05 01:54:50.5 53.74 N 160.93 E 33 mb 4.0 2011-11-03 15:47:39.5 55.97 N 162.75 E 10 mb 5.4 In fact, the east coast of Kamchatka is flanked by a very active subduction zone. This area has experienced hundreds if not thousands of earthquakes over the last 50 years and the last magnitude 9 to cause a tsunami was 60 years ago. So, to accept that an earthquake occurring in an extremely geologically active area, at a time and place that happens to roughly coincide with one scenario from a tsunami exercise, is anything more than a coincidence would require more evidence than just an unsubstantiated claim. Which is all the article offers. Now that some light has been shed on the earthquake issue, I'll examine the final pieces of evidence summed up in the closing statements of the article... 1. Did the NOAA know about the colossal storm heading towards Alaska 17 days prior to the Nov. 9 earthquake and tsunami exercise? Doubtful. One of the NOAA's responsibilities is to tracks storms and issues warnings. The earliest weather warning issued by the NOAA regarding the storm was Nov 7. There is no evidence anyone knew that a storm was forming as early as Oct 23rd. 2. Did the NOAA order an evacuation of the Alaskan Gulf for no reason on Oct 23? No. First of all, the NOAA is a scientific agency. National Marine Fisheries Service (a division of the NOAA) does have a law enforcement branch, but as far as I know, their mandate is to enforce fishing regulations only. They might have the ability to impound a vessel but not to evacuate the entire gulf. When the article states... What really happened was that the National Marine Fisheries Service ordered a stop to cod fishing, and only for pot catcher/processors operating in the Bering Sea and Aleutian Islands management area. No other vessels where affected by the order. The NMFS did not evacuate the Alaskan Gulf on Oct 23, they ordered a stop to cod fishing. "SUMMARY: NMFS is prohibiting directed fishing for Pacific cod by pot catcher/processors in the Bering Sea and Aleutian Islands management area (BSAI). This action is necessary to prevent exceeding the 2011 Pacific cod total allowable catch (TAC) specified for pot catcher/ processors in the BSAI. DATES: Effective 1200 hrs, Alaska local time (A.l.t.), October 23, 2011, through 1200 hrs, A.l.t., December 31, 2011." 3. As for the NOAA being on the inside of geo-engineered storms... I'll defer any comment until someone provides some evidence that massive geo-engineered storms exist in the first place. So what can be said about all this... Only that, in my opinion, "The Truth Denied" is a very apt name for the that website. Cheers.