Earthquake at China Lake

Agent K

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Well, it wasn't lost on conspiracy theorists that the 7.1 earthquake and its 6.4 foreshock a day earlier on the 4th of July were both epicentered in the Naval Air Weapons Station (NAWS) China Lake, a 1.1 million acre installation that's larger than Rhode Island. After the quake, the base was evacuated of non-essential personnel and declared "not mission capable until further notice."

Conspiracy theorists tied this to geoengineering, weather weapons, and... bees?
The biggest question is whether or not geoengineering weapons were tested at China Lake and did they trigger the earthquakes and zapped the bees from the sky?
There have always been questions raised over whether or not weather weapons and other secret weapons can be used for Induced Seismicity.
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That would be a heck of a test that renders the base not mission capable, though conspiracy theorists could argue that the magnitude was bigger than planned, the way Castle Bravo's yield was 2.5 times bigger than predicted.

My new favorite conspiracy theory site—"that is a frequent vehicle for Russian propaganda"—tied the earthquake to every recent news story.
Russia Inactivates Earthquake Weapon After Trump Ousts Top US Navy Admiral
A heavily redacted highly classified “Of Special Importance” new Ministry of Defense (MoD) report circulating in the Kremlin today assessing the geopolitical ramifications of Iran having just announced it exceeded the 3.67% limit of uranium enrichment level set by the nuclear deal, obliquely (not in a direct way; indirectly) states that President Donald Trump’s ousting of Vice Admiral William Moran, who was set to become the US Navy's top uniformed officer, a few hours ago “most certainly” saved the Naval Air Weapons Station China Lake from total destruction—a statement followed by a notation made after Admiral Moran’s ouster that the Akademik Lomonosov had been placed on “temporary inactive status”—which is the massive and mysterious non-self propelled Russian atomic warship known to be a “tectonic weapon” platform that functions by creating a powerful charge of elastic energy in the form of a deformed volume of the Earth's crust in a region of tectonic activity, that then becomes an earthquake once triggered by a nuclear explosion in the epicenter or a vast electric pulse—and after the US Navy attacked and killed 14 Russian submariners on 1 July—became “active” and targeted with two massive earthquakes this US Navy base in the Southern California desert knocking it out and causing all of its non-essential personnel to be evacuated—and to this hour remains closed until all safety inspections are completed.
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Whatdoesitmean is a bizarre site, @Agent K. Thanks for the content. Classic misinformation for low-information readers as it takes several clicks on each link to find that the linked information contradicts the article, doesn’t support the article, or points to a self-reference. Example: a single click shows that the Admiral Lomonosov is a floating nuclear power plant, but it takes a few clicks to find out that it’s “temporarily inactive” because it’s being fueled in Murmansk prior to being towed to its destination later this summer.

One thing I noticed right away is that the entire paragraph you linked is a single sentence. Only one period per paragraph. I only noticed one other mid-paragraph period on the entire page!