- Aug 15, 2008
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There are only 10 kinds of people. Those who can handle irony and those who can't.
I heard they took it down a notch, ergo this quake would be 9.8...
either way, it was haarp. 3 days after a tsunami hits, THREE DAYS, and yet with the entire pacific ocean on alert for the first day nowhere else gets hit too bad.
also i've seen haarp's activity data for the first day so i'm not just spouting tin foil hat wearing propaganda here I research things before I come to a conclusion. everyone here is used to azimuth's right, what is 220(degrees) relative to alaska? (ie SSE)
No atomic clocks need to be adjusted since they are atomic, ie, their operation is independent of the rotation of the earth. If anything needed adjusting, it would be the relationship between our time scale of convenience (UTC) that approximates solar time and the the atomic clock time scale (TAI). EDIT: The difference between the two is formally known as leap seconds.@topic Even if the day/year is shortened by a few milli- or microseconds, it could have a major impact. Correct me if I'm wrong, but I think some atomic clocks probably need to be readjusted.