Fracking, EMFs, and the weather

While researching for the book Riding the Waves, Diagnosing, Treating, and Living with EMF Sensitivity, I observed a relationship between surface EMFs and atmospheric EMFs.  This relationship led me to hypothesize that there is a symbiotic relationship between the two.  After a geologic event, surface EMFs reset to zero, creating a vacuum.  This vacuum seems to draw atmospheric EMFs, amplifying the severity of associated atmospheric events (i.e. hurricanes, tornadoes, etc).

The US has experienced a brutal year in terms of severe weather, including devastating tornadoes, flooding, lightning strikes, drought, and more.  I believe this weather is directly  related to the EMFs emitted at US fracking sites (see links below).

The area that is currently suffering from severe flooding is basically sitting on top of the Marcellus shale.  There is a great deal of controversy regarding the fracking of the Marcellus Shale and whether or not it’s harming the environment.  The state of Maryland is suiing one of the companies.

According to Gansler, Chesapeake’s well failure in Bradford County caused thousands of gallons of frack fluid to enter Towanda Creek, a tributary of the Susquehanna River, which flows into Maryland.

The Susquehanna River is the one that is flooding right now.

The following links illustrate maps of areas where severe weather devastated communities.  The first link, is a map of US fracking sites.

Map of 48 lower states fracking

Great Missouri river flood 2011

Map of the tornadoes 2011

Texas drought map

Map of Marcellus Shale

Current US Severe weather map – area of flooding

The following show other weather events in areas where fracking is taking place.

Air Force Cadets struck by lightning – Hattiesburg, Miss

Drilling for oil on shale in Ms

Lightning strikes Fort Collins

Lightning strikes Budweiser The fracking rigs in this area are practically a stone’s throw from the Brewery.

Lightning strikes Fort Collins’ home.

Scientists from around the world have been studying a relationship between EMFs and weather in various forms for centuries.  I think it’s time they started taking a closer look.

UPDATE:  When I saw that Japan had experienced a large earthquake, I knew it was a short time before the storm made its appearance.

Here is the quake info:

This phenomenon of storms following quakes is global.  It’s EMF related.  I’m certain of it.


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