Skip to comments.'Devastating' earthquake strikes near Iran's Bushehr nuclear power plant
Posted on 04/09/2013 6:37:43 AM PDT by John W
A magnitude-6.3 earthquake struck about 60 miles southeast of the Iranian coastal city of Bushehr, where the country's only nuclear power station is located, the U.S. Geological Survey reported Tuesday.
Initial reports suggested the nuclear plant has not been affected, but the southern province where the quake struck is vast and remote and details were not immediately clear.
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How *SNIRT* awful.
I wonder whose fault it was?
“I wonder whose fault it was?”
Now, THAT, was good!
“I will bless those that bless thee and curse those that curse thee”
It wasn’t actually all that near the reactor and the energy was likely directed away from it, based on the aftershock locations.
God is showing he’s still around.. IMO.
Israel: “All your faults belong to us”
This is hugh.
God has a plan.
So, when did Israel get an earthquake machine? Looks like they need to work on the accuracy issue a bit more, though.
Bush’s Heir’s Fault?
More like the Arabian plate is still showing it's moving north into the Eurasian plate, like it has been for the last 35 million years, long before there were Muslims in Iran, or people at all.
So, we have an earthquake machine now? We need to improve the accuracy a bit.
Bush’s fault, of course. (Cheney probably thought of it...)
Man, that STUXNET virus is incredible
Oh, for goodness sake! Why interject logic and scientific reasoning into a perfectly good religious chest pounding?!? Between the zealots and the tin foil crowd who believe HAARP causes everything, you're raining on a lot of parades!
I have to explain everything, don’t I?
In 1908, an alien spacecraft exploded at Tunguska, Russia;
The Roswell alien spacecraft was a rescue mission for the Tunguska crash, but it in turn crashed in the New Mexico desert;
A piece of alien technology was discovered by a teenager named Elvis Presley;
Presley turned it over the the Nazi scientists of Operation Paperclip;
The Nazi scientists reverse-engineered it and developed the Internet, GMO’s, and chemtrail technology, which in turn powers the HAARP array;
The HAARP array brought down the Chelyabinsk meteor on the order of George W. Bush, who personally detonated it from his secret Skull and Bones lair beneath the campus of UT-Austin.
There, it all makes sense, Mulder and Scully were right, The Truth Is Out There, man!
At least he didn’t declare God wasn’t around then-or ever. Which did surprise me.
This is a non-story.
Don't take the bait.
This must mean that Bush kept his earthquake machine.
Oh man, at least when they ‘disappear you’, I’ll know why.
I didn’t realize we had a MOAB test range in theater...
Bigfoot was the result of a Right-wing eugenics experiment gone horribly wrong...
Probably an underground test detonation...: )
That’s it. Right there. What you said.
When does Obama take credit?
I’m in Israel right now and didn’t feel anything here.
God has his ways...
SOmeone’s earthquake machine happened to turn on?
Perhaps it was not an earthquake but maybe a bunker buster or a rod from God? Who knows! Could happen, just saying.
A 6.3 earthquake is not devastating to modern construction. It will sure get your attention, and knock stuff of shelves, but modern buildings should stay in place.
If George Bush was still President the nutcases in Iran would be blaming it on him and his earthquake machine!
Update from same source-—
A magnitude-6.3 earthquake struck near Iran’s only nuclear power station Tuesday, killing 20 people and injuring 500, according to one report, and generating tremors that were felt on the other side of the Persian Gulf.
The quake struck about 60 miles southeast of the city of Bushehr on Iran’s south coast, the U.S. Geological Survey said.
Initial reports suggested the city’s nuclear plant had not been affected, but the southern province where the quake struck is vast and remote and details were not immediately clear.
Government news agency IRNA described the quake as “devastating” and reported that the 20 dead were in the villages of Shanbe and Tasouj. One hundred ambulances were being sent to the area from the capital Tehran, it said.