Piers Corbyn: Massive Japan Earthquake & Tsunami Were Triggered by Solar Action
2011-03-13 0:00

From: InfoWars.com


Meteorologist, astrophysicist, consultant, and owner of the business Weather Action, Piers Corbyn, talks with Alex about the Japanese tsunami.

Piers says “The massive Japan Earthquake and Tsunami were triggered by massive events on the Sun and there are more to come in the next two years”


Video from: YouTube.com

He Says:

• “The Earthquake was preceded by an X class solar flare and a significant hit of the Earth by a Coronal Mass Ejection – reported by nasa – http://www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/sunearth/news/News031011-xclass.html

• “We warned after the New Zealand Earthquake on 21 Feb that the solar-lunar scene is set for more Earthquakes for the next two years:
http://www.weatheraction.com/displayarticle.asp?a=314&c=5

• “Many of these Earthquake events, as well as weather events, will be very extreme.

• “Actual Earthquakes are very difficult to predict but major aftershocks will come after this one.

• “Just to be clear in case the usual fools and charlatans make claims the weather and earthquake events that have come and are coming are absolutely nothing to do with CO2 or so called man-made climate change in any way whatsoever and such talk diverts attention from where it is needed and holds back the advancement of science”.


Article from: infowars.com




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