Click to play ABC reporter Steve Osunsami flew deep into the eye of Hurricane Irene Continue reading the main storyRelated StoriesIn pictures: US braces for stormInto the eye of the stormAnimated guide: Hurricanes President Barack Obama has warned that Hurricane Irene, currently looming off the east coast of the US, could be a "historic" storm. Seven states from North Carolina to Connecticut have declared emergencies ahead of Irene's arrival. Mandatory evacuations have been ordered in parts of four states, and in low-lying areas of New York City. The category two storm has weakened a little and is expected to make landfall with winds of up to 100mph (155km/h). Irene, which has already caused havoc in the Caribbean, is expected to hit the coast of North Carolina on Saturday before barrelling northwards to Washington and New York City a day later. 'Don't delay'
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U.S. Air Force averts false flag attack against Washington DC. Is the 2nd American Revolutionary War inevitable?
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Posted by PAUL W KINCAIDWorld newsThursday, August 25th, 2011 Another iconic symbol of the American Independence has a crack in it. TheWashington Monument, built to commemorate the first president of the new United States Republic, General George Washington was damaged as the result of the August 23, 2011 5.8 magnitude earthquake that struck 84 miles southwest of the heart of the republic, Washington DC. The crack in the Washington Monument is one of many very symbolic signs that history may declare marked the beginning of the 2nd American Revolution.
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Seismology charts are now revealing that the 5.8 magnitude tremor that rattled the entire East Coast including Washington DC was not a natural earthquake but an earthquake that resulted from an underground nuclear detonation. The image above is a seismograph from Washington and Lee University, (similar one found on www2.tricities.com website) about 85 miles southwest of the earthquake’s epicenter in Mineral. The green lines indicates the tremor that was felt in Washington DC which caused damaged to the Washington Memorial and the Washington National Cathedral. The black lines is a transparent overlay of a seismograph from a pdf file from Virginia Division Mineral Resources on Earthquakes. That file describes a typical natural occurring earthquake as: “When a fault ruptures, energy is released in the form of seismic waves. The first waves to reach the earth’s surface are primary or “P” waves (Figure 2). P waves are compressional waves that travel at a speed of about four miles per …