Whale Strandings the Indonesian seismic triangle

Mass stranding past month in Tasmania, close to the Macquarie Island station which detected Lithosphere-Atmosphere-Ionosphere Coupling ( which is now a major part of Seismic detection research) a week before the 2004 Boxing day quake. And in Coromandel again on area which has for the same reason has attracted researchers from Chile & Rocket Lab (‘Don’t Stop Now’) relating to Lithosphere-Atmosphere-Ionosphere Coupling. As of today that total increased by 120 with standings in Sri Lanka near where the Indonesia tsunami struck the Sri Lankan coastline in 2004 from the northeast and all around the southern tip; more than 30,000 died in Sri Lanka and over 300,000 in total.

Indonesia lifts tsunami alert after 8.6-magnitude earthquake | World news |  The Guardian

The Maquarie Island station sister station is Awarua Bay space tracking in Bluff where on February 20, 2011 60 pilot whales stranded on a remote beach on Stewart Island a head of the 2011 Chch quake.

NASA’s Rocket Lab 2020 CubeSat Launch Initiative (CSLI) which also involved the University of New South Whales conducted groundbreaking scientific study into Earth’s magnetic field..to track electric currents flowing in and out of the atmosphere, a phenomenon also known as space weather. These variations in the electrical activity racing through space can have a big impact on our lives here on Earth, causing interruptions to things like radio communications and electrical systems”. While Rocket Lab Quake Tek look at similar phenomenon related to seismic activity linked to Lithosphere-Atmosphere-Ionosphere Coupling.

Recent seismic activity has emerged in Indonesia near the 2004 epi centre.

Solar Wind Streaming Around Earth's Magnetosphere

Rare quake activity has also taken place around the South Georgia where further studies (which Rocket lab is also a participate) conducted in 2019 focused on The Cusp Heating Investigation, or CHI mission. The Antarctica end of the CHI mission was monitored at King George Island Antarctica where the Chilean Air-force just lost a aircraft with a crew list of major general and a remote senser (a technician who analyse multi-spectrum images taken by satellite) Claudia Monzo went missing on the 9th December 2019 somewhere in the Drake Passage during research into Chile’s own remote sensing analyst.

An earlier 2018 Rocket Labs SRI International cubesat space-weather mission, the Ionospheric Scintillation Explorer (ISX), was launched into space on Dec. 15 2018. The mission, supported by a grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF), aims “to investigate regions of natural ionospheric turbulence. According to the release, these patches of disturbed ions and electrons corrupt radio transmissions and wreak havoc on essential Earth and space-based communication and navigation channels

See also https://postman-productions.com/2019/12/16/look-under-rocks-part-i-summary/

The three stranding event forma triangle around Philippine Indonesia region where ‘quake lightening’ and unusable whale standings have also emerged regularly this year in media reports on at less three occasions the latest September 9th.

Most of these location appear to be on the Elon Musk and US Space Force Artemeis/ Olympic Defender) satellite orbit. While the Tasmania episode mirrored whales standings in Norway and Dogal UK Irish channel taking place in both occasions in both hemispheres as submarines were also active and involved in Starlink pentagon transmission and missile tracking trials.

On December 4, three weeks before the earthquake off Indonesia, Indian academic, Dr Arunachalam Kumar, professor of anatomy at Kasturba Medical College at Mangalore in Karnataka, posted a note about a recent whale-stranding in Tasmania.

In 2012 the Guuardian reported that as the 2004 s tsunami warnings “hit the Indonesian and Sri Lankan coasts last week, observers at sea watched as every species of cetacean – from massive blue whales to diminutive spinner dolphins – disappeared within five minutes. British photographer and film-maker Andrew Sutton, who took this remarkable shot last Wednesday off the southern tip of Sri Lanka, reports that he and his crew were mystified as the whales they were watching vanished in the space of a few minutes. The humans on the boat were unaware that the quake had happened, but the animals had evidently sensed the subsea seismic shocks, and fled Could cetaceans act as canaries in the sea, as advance alarms of potentially dangerous seismic activity? Both the Japan and New Zealand earthquakes of last year were preceded by mass cetacean standings on beaches in these respective islands. And a recent scientific report from Mexico appears to prove that a fin whale accelerated sharply away from the site of an underwater earthquake.”.

Kumar’s research is also supported by Russian academic involved in Russia 1980/90’s tectonic weapons research trial Operation Vulcan and Operation Mercury. Andrei Sakharov  was leader of a third project Lavina (Avalanche) whose goal was “to detonate 100 million tons of strategically placed TNT, causing waves that would devastate the U.S. Pacific and Atlantic coasts.” Vulcan a conventional weapon was no near were as powerful as nuclear technology. Which in turn is no where as powerful as the space weather science and the military are investigating in our upper atmosphere i relation its impact on the seismic activity that whales and dolphins in turn appear to be sensitive too and which appear to have interrelated link


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