While some scapegoats (see below) are indeed plausible, it is much more likely
that the live pathogens or agents responsible for the pandemic will likely be
dispersed via A) chemtrails by government airplanes or drones, B) by the U.S. Postal Service via Tide detergent samples, C) by the government and medical
establishment via tainted vaccines, or by D) the portable petri dish commonly
known as the Trojan condom.
Abstract: The New Madrid Seismic Zone (pronounced / /), sometimes called the New Madrid Fault Line, is a major seismic zone and a prolific source of intraplate earthquakes (earthquakes within a tectonic plate) in the southern and midwestern United States, stretching to the southwest from New Madrid, Missouri.
The New Madrid fault system was responsible for the 1811–1812 New Madrid earthquakes and may have the potential to produce large earthquakes in the future. Since 1812 frequent smaller earthquakes were recorded in the area.
Earthquakes that occur in the New Madrid Seismic Zone potentially threaten parts of seven American states: Illinois, Indiana, Missouri, Arkansas, Kentucky, Tennessee and Mississippi (Wikipedia, 2012).
Title: New Madrid Seismic Zone
Abstract: Tornado Alley is a colloquial and popular media term that most often refers to the area of the United States where tornadoes are most frequent. Although an official location is not defined, the area between the Rocky Mountains and Appalachian Mountains is usually associated with it.The areas shaded in the middle of the map shows the associated area. Although no U.S. state is entirely free of tornadoes, they are most frequent in the Great Plains states between the Rocky and Appalachian Mountains. According to the storm events database of the National Climatic Data Center, Texas reports more tornadoes than any other state, though this state's relatively large land area should be taken into account. Kansas and Oklahoma
are second and third, respectively, for sheer number of tornadoes
reported, but report more of them per unit of land area than does Texas.
However, the density of tornado occurrences in northern Texas is
comparable to that of Oklahoma and Kansas. Florida
also reports a high number and density of tornado occurrences, though
only rarely do tornadoes there approach the strength of those that
sometimes strike the southern plains (Wikipedia, 2012).
Title: Department Of Homeland Security Revises Kansas Biosafety Lab Assessment
Date: March 6, 2012
Source: Bio Prep Watch
Abstract: The U.S. Department of Homeland Security has revised an assessment of the proposed high-level animal biosafety lab in Kansas, dramatically lowering the assessed likelihood that Foot and Mouth Disease would escape.
In a 923 page risk assessment released on Friday, the DHS estimated that the risk that FMD would escape from the National Bio and Agro-Defense Facility during the facility’s 50 year lifespan was less than 0.11 percent. When excluding catastrophic events such as tornadoes and earthquakes, the risk drops below 0.008 percent, Nature reports.
The previous risk assessment in 2010 estimated the risk of such an event was 70 percent. The National Academies concluded that the 2010 assessment had multiple major shortcomings. The academies will evaluate the new risk assessment later this spring.
“(The new risk assessment) reaffirms that we can build a safe and secure facility to meet this important mission,” Tara O’Toole, the DHS under secretary for science and technology, said, according to Nature.
Bill Dorsett, a member of the group No NBAF in Kansas, questioned the validity of the new assessment.
“There’s no way that an analysis can get it down that precisely,” Dorsett said, according to Nature. “Because a big portion of the risk has to do with people and people’s behavior. That starts with congressional funding for the lab — and continued congressional funding for its maintenance. We’re trying to predict what Congress will do ten years down the line.”
Congress provided the lab with $50 million in
funding in 2012 on the condition of the new risk assessment and its appraisal
by the National Academies. President Obama’s 2013 budget proposal did not
request any money for the construction of the lab. The proposal also impels the
National Academies to evaluate whether present disease threats justify the
potential $1 billion costs of the facility (Bio
Prep Watch, 2012).
Title: Hurricane Isaac Unearths Caskets At Cemetery
Date: August 31, 2012
Abstract: The coming days will provide a better look at Hurricane Isaac's damage but already some shocking sights.
Final resting places found in shambles as caskets are unearthed at a cemetery.
Isaac is now a tropical depression swirling slowly in the nation's midsection, but Louisianans could face several more days of misery amid persistent floodwaters and a lack of electricity (MyFoxDC, 2012).