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From the Americas, China and Japan Bad Engineering or Catastrophe
It is Sunday August 27 2017, 19:47:53 UTC The Yellowstone Supervolcano continues to shake rattle and roll, the latest 14km NNE of West Yellowstone, Montana with a series of other smaller earthquakes. Just recently, 11 Grand Canyons in size of Magma going down about 30 km have been found below the Yellowstone park. California continues to also shake rattle and roll.
With a combination of the the Solar Eclipse August 21, 2017 and Missile Launches into the Sea of Japan , disasters follow.
Missiles Cause Environmental Disasters
Where do Missiles Land? Missiles land in water killing ocean life. If a missile lands on land it kills people, and the animal life around it.
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On March 6, 2017 North Korea launches up four ballistic missiles.
The Japanese PM say 3 missiles landing near the Sea within 200 miles of the Japan's Coast.
In July 4 2017 North Korea launches a long range missile capable of reaching including Los Angeles and Chicago and on July 28. 2017.
On August 2, 2017 United States Tests an unarmed Missile from Airforce 130 miles North West from Los Angeles at 2:10 am listen more.
On August 25, 2017 early Saturday Morning North Korea time fires several short missiles into unidentified location in the ocean from Kangwon. One flew 250 kilometers in the Northeastern Directions. Japan received several earthquakes including a 5.2 magnitude.
On August 26, 2017 in Indonesia brought about a 6.0 magnitude earthquake.
Click to see picture of the number of u.s troops near and around North Korea.
Two missiles flew successfully, third exploded immediately after launch
North Korea test fires three ballistic missiles
So Can Missile cause harm to the environment, here are a few responses that ctv news has said:
Here is what we know about the likely fate of the weapons in the sea, which in some places is 3,000 metres deep or possibly deepe
Probably not. Most North Korean missiles use toxic liquid propellants, but experts in South Korea say most recent missiles appeared to have crashed into the ocean after burning all their fuel. The huge ocean would dilute any remaining fuel. North Korean state media said some recent missiles contained trigger devices for warheads to practice possible atomic attacks on South Korea. But outside analysts say they likely used dummy warheads without any plutonium or uranium
Online, nothing is said about the impact a missile test does to nature and animals no matter what the ingredient of the object. Although, if we were to think about it. It is like hitting a person with your hand, fist or a weapon. All ways of hitting a person is morally and physically immoral and wrong. And in all circumstances the pain will remain. That is the way a missile launch should be viewed the harm is still obvious and wrong to the:
conscious, mind, body, spirit, animals, environment and people etc.
So if one was to argue, if it had uranium or plutonium or whatever, missiles are wrong. But the problem here is that, all nations use missiles as a defense excuse. But regardless what one political leader says the only one we can trust is God.
Houston Floods Again
Looks like the toilet is overflowing again! Looks like Houston has had a big problem in the past when it comes to flooding. So what is going on . Watch video below from the beginning of the Year 2017 and compare it to today. Was is really Hurricane Harvey or simply not good City Infrastructure and engineering.
Raw: Flash Floods Wreaks Havoc In Houston by Ap
The Associated press says:
Rising floodwaters from the remnants of Hurricane Harvey chased thousands of people to rooftops or higher ground Sunday in Houston, overwhelming rescuers who fielded countless desperate calls for help. (Aug. 27)
Rescue Boats Fill Flooded Roads in Texas
Are you ready America? Major Natural Disaster Happened in Hong Kong
8/26/2017 -- Texas Earthquake near large volcano -- Pacific EQ unrest now obvious