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May 27, 2017

What’s going on? Within two months MIMIC caught third microwave anomaly coming from Antarctica!

For the third time in a row a mysterious microwave anomaly has been detected by MIMIC (Morphed Integrated Microwave Imagery at CIMSS) coming from the Antarctica region.


The first wave anomaly was detected on April 2, 2017, the second wave occurred on May 15, 2017 and on May 26, 2017 MIMIC caught the third wave.

Despite the MIMIC map fails to show anything over both poles, the source of the mysterious wave points to a location at Antarctica.

As we have mentioned before, if you make a line down into Antarctica the path of the wave anomaly crosses the mysterious Princess Elisabeth Station which is situated at the base of pyramid structures.

This leaves us to guess if the wave anomalies are coming from this station or from an unknown source near the station. But one thing is for sure, something in that area is creating this anomaly which they shooting out into the Pacific Ocean.

More specific, this anomaly is directed straight over or close to the Cascadia Subduction Zone which is a 600-mile fault that runs from northern California up to British Columbia and is about 70-100 miles off the Pacific coast shoreline.

Although The Cascadia Subduction Zone has not produced an earthquake since 1700 it is building up pressure where the Juan de Fuca Plate is subsiding underneath the North American plate. Currently, scientists are predicting that there is about a 40 percent chance that a megathrust earthquake of 9.0+ Magnitude in this fault zone will occur in the years ahead.

Currently there is no proof but it looks like someone or something at Antarctica is manipulating or altering the weather in the Pacific Ocean region for whatever reason.

Video below shows the latest wave anomaly caught on May 26, 2017.

 

1 comment:

  1. So if Yellowstone goes I would imagine that is going to destabilize the crust in a large radius. And now they are zapping the local fault lines. Will we get warning?

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