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USGS blanketed the east coast with sensors prior to Irene

 
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USGS blanketed the east coast with sensors prior to Irene
Do they normally do this before hurricanes? Why the sudden rush to install sensors all over the place?

This just smells fishy. I guess they know something bigger is coming and this was a cover to get their tech in place for that event.
[link to www.usgs.gov]

Government scientists have blanketed the East Coast the past few days installing advanced equipment to monitor potential impacts from Hurricane Irene as it moves up the coast. This is part of the Federal government's broad efforts in support of state, tribal and local response to the storm.

U.S. Geological Survey crews completed installations of storm-surge sensors at key locations along the North Carolina coast, Chesapeake and Delaware Bays yesterday, and are finishing installations all the way up the east coast today.

In total, more than 260 emergency sensors needed to measure storm surge will have been installed in critical areas from North Carolina to Maine.



And they were all over it. Here is their Irene page with other links [link to www.usgs.gov]
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As Hurricane Irene has left her mark along the East Coast, USGS crews are sampling water for pesticides, E. coli, nutrients, and sediment to document water quality in areas affected by the hurricane. This sampling effort is part of the federal government’s broad efforts to ensure public health and to support the state, tribal, and local response to the storm.

Sampling is taking place along the East Coast. Crews will follow the path of the hurricane where it brought high flows.

Additionally, high flows from the hurricane have the potential to create higher concentrations of E. Coli in areas that use surface water for drinking.


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Re: USGS blanketed the east coast with sensors prior to Irene
Nobody finds the sudden fascination of the east coast by USGS a bit interesting? We've had how many hurricanes? Now we suddenly need sensors everywhere? Really?
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Re: USGS blanketed the east coast with sensors prior to Irene
Well, this is part of the reason they hyped it. What their intentions are we'll have to watch unfold but putting in all the sensors is odd. Wonder what the pricetag was on that? And how they had all those sensors manufactured so fast? Were they just sitting in a USGS warehouse somewhere or what?
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Re: USGS blanketed the east coast with sensors prior to Irene
I find it very interesting. Especially the agency doing it. I think they are expecting lots of plate movement. If you look at the sea bed off the coast of DC there are many cracks on the shelf right before the drop off of the ledge.

Another possibility are newer devices for detecting subs, and maybe the USGS dropping them would be less obvious than Military ships.

Dont know.
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Re: USGS blanketed the east coast with sensors prior to Irene
I find it very interesting. Especially the agency doing it. I think they are expecting lots of plate movement. If you look at the sea bed off the coast of DC there are many cracks on the shelf right before the drop off of the ledge.

Another possibility are newer devices for detecting subs, and maybe the USGS dropping them would be less obvious than Military ships.

Dont know.
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Interesting thoughts. I agree it's odd. The emphasis on getting it done now, the hype of the hurricane, etc. I've lived on the east coast all my life, have seen plenty of tropical storms and hurricanes and this whole situation just reaked of strangeness.

Did they just have almost 300 sensors sitting around? Why didn't they put them in, oh, a couple months ago? Or did they order them and they just happened to arrive via FedEx a few days before Irene and they thought, wow, "lucky us! sensors for the east coast finally!"?
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I guess cause she was packin pressure? 1dunno1
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Additionally, high flows from the hurricane have the potential to create higher concentrations of E. Coli in areas that use surface water for drinking.
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Thoughts of a biological event still linger...damned

edited to say 5* & PIN 4U!

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Additionally, high flows from the hurricane have the potential to create higher concentrations of E. Coli in areas that use surface water for drinking.
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:bumpz:



Thoughts of a biological event still linger...damned

edited to say 5* & PIN 4U!
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E.Coli but what about the brain eating amoebas?
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Additionally, high flows from the hurricane have the potential to create higher concentrations of E. Coli in areas that use surface water for drinking.
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bumpz



Thoughts of a biological event still linger...damned

edited to say 5* & PIN 4U!
 Quoting: GodisWaiting4U


E.Coli but what about the brain eating amoebas?
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I'm sure they have something up their sleeves tdown!
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Re: USGS blanketed the east coast with sensors prior to Irene
I'm sure they have something up their sleeves tdown!
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No doubt. That's the bottom line right there. They did this for a reason and I seriously doubt it was concern over one hurricane.

It's either what that hurricane brought in with it or what's coming next. No way it was "just" for hurricane Irene no matter how much the MSM loved her. Some weird juju is going on around the entire fiasco.
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Re: USGS blanketed the east coast with sensors prior to Irene
I guess cause she was packin pressure? 1dunno1
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Large hurricanes pack pressure and we've had many. Why now? And so fast? What's in the pipeline that getting these sensors out so fast was paramount?
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Re: USGS blanketed the east coast with sensors prior to Irene
I say this makes more sense as to why now:

Canary Island Earthquake Swarm! 4200 Quakes In 5 Weeks! MEGA TSUNAMI Conditions Developing!!!
Thread: Best El Hierro Thread On GLP - Canary Islands - ACTIVITY HAS RETURNED - AGAIN!

Irene was the excuse to get in and put stuff in place quickly without alarming anyone over the potential for tsuanami from the Canary Islands.
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Re: USGS blanketed the east coast with sensors prior to Irene
Folks here are always rushing to suspect the most unlikely, devious intentions in everything. Have you thought that maybe this program had been initiated a while ago and that the sensors and support staff and computer monitoring were finally all ready to go now? Could it be that this program was initiatied when the new administration took office and has taken two years to roll out? Things DO take time, you know.
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For the past two posts, HERE'S A ROYAL WELCOME FOR YA raspberry!:

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Re: USGS blanketed the east coast with sensors prior to Irene
My guess is they are trying to understand the technology that is creating these hurricanes.

Measure electromagnetic spectrum to triangulate where the field is coming from.....
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For the past two posts, HERE'S A ROYAL WELCOME FOR YA raspberry!:

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Thank you. I don't pay attention to the detractors. Find them kind of silly to be honest because with every day that passes they look more and more foolish. Sad that so many are so willing to sell out themselves and humanity. Oh well, glad I'm not them.
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Re: USGS blanketed the east coast with sensors prior to Irene
Additionally, high flows from the hurricane have the potential to create higher concentrations of E. Coli in areas that use surface water for drinking.
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bumpz



Thoughts of a biological event still linger...damned

edited to say 5* & PIN 4U!
 Quoting: GodisWaiting4U


JUST REMEMBERED THIS!

SO WHAT'S UP HAARP?!!

WHAT ARE THOSE SENSORS DOING NOW?!!

IN FACT, WHAT DO THEY HOLD INSIDE...SOMETHING TO BE RELEASED FOR THE NEXT STORM...HMM?!!

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Re: USGS blanketed the east coast with sensors prior to Irene
weather control
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weather control
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Exactly! Do we feel safer with them? You have to wonder!
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Re: USGS blanketed the east coast with sensors prior to Irene
ah, this was a thread of mine
my concern was the relationship between usgs monitoring, hurricane irene, and the virginia earthquake
pressure changes can cause plate movements
obviously usgs knows this
if there is a large east coast earthquake in the near future i would not be shocked

and people need to remember that east coast bases are on alert and have been until january 2013
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Re: USGS blanketed the east coast with sensors prior to Irene
ah, this was a thread of mine
my concern was the relationship between usgs monitoring, hurricane irene, and the virginia earthquake
pressure changes can cause plate movements
obviously usgs knows this
if there is a large east coast earthquake in the near future i would not be shocked

and people need to remember that east coast bases are on alert and have been until january 2013
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*will be
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Re: USGS blanketed the east coast with sensors prior to Irene
Additionally, high flows from the hurricane have the potential to create higher concentrations of E. Coli in areas that use surface water for drinking.
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Thoughts of a biological event still linger...damned

edited to say 5* & PIN 4U!
 Quoting: GodisWaiting4U


yeah, are they talking about disease that could spread after this event? seems most major cities from the east coast to chicago are going to be affected. and this year we can add flesh eating bacteria to the list.

there are soooooooooooooooooooo many impoverished, uneducated, and violent people living in the cities along the coast. dangerous areas.
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Re: USGS blanketed the east coast with sensors prior to Irene
Additionally, high flows from the hurricane have the potential to create higher concentrations of E. Coli in areas that use surface water for drinking.
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bumpz



Thoughts of a biological event still linger...damned

edited to say 5* & PIN 4U!
 Quoting: GodisWaiting4U


yeah, are they talking about disease that could spread after this event? seems most major cities from the east coast to chicago are going to be affected. and this year we can add flesh eating bacteria to the list.

there are soooooooooooooooooooo many impoverished, uneducated, and violent people living in the cities along the coast. dangerous areas.
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