Are sinkholes another part of the HAARP onslaught, or an effect of fracking?

HAARP technology is being used to move the jet stream around, drawing wet weather into Britain.  It is also suspected of playing a role in triggering earthquakes by firing energy waves into fault lines until the build-up of resonance causes the faces to slip.  But what of sinkholes?  Practically unheard of in the past, another one seems to open up on a daily basis.

If not HAARP, has fracking already started?  Or are fracking surveys taking place unannounced?

Something is causing the earth’s crust, the platform of our lives, to start breaking up.  


The vehicle was parked at the rear of her property when the ground opened up.
The victim, who is believed to be in her 50s, sustained serious injuries in the incident.
Emergency services were arrived at the house on Caemawr Road in Morriston yesterday morning.
The woman was rushed to hospital and is said to be in a critical condition. 
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12 Responses to “Are sinkholes another part of the HAARP onslaught, or an effect of fracking?”

  1. Anonymous says:

    Think the article is correct but the sinkholes are most likely caused by movement of water underground (aquifers) due here to excess rain caused it seems by chemtrails rather than HAARP.


  2. Tapestry says:

    I agree that floods are part of the cause. Yet we’ve had floods before over millions of years. Floods expose the instability underground which is being caused in other ways.

  3. Anonymous says:

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    Surreal seascape revealed by the storms: Ancient oaks and pines from 5,000-year-old forest rise as Welsh beach is washed away
    The ancient forest was covered in peat before eventually being swallowed by the sea
    Legends say trees and nearby township were flooded after a priestess neglected a magical well



    Could Met Office have been more wrong? Just before floods, secret report told councils: Winter will be ‘drier than normal’ – especially in West Country!


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    The company made £2.7billion profit in 2013, down two per cent on 2012


  4. Twig says:

    Acid rain causes sink holes in limestone.

  5. Anonymous says:

    Think I will put my money on Tap, keep it up, the penny will drop in the end.
    Limestone is very strong and will hold up caverns.
    Aquifers are usually clay lined and stable until vibrated.

  6. Twig says:

    “Limestone is very strong…”

    It dissolves in mild acid solution so mild that you could pour it over your skin without harm.

    If the clay is supported by limestone it will be okay until the underlying limestone dissolves, at which point it becomes unstable.

  7. Tapestry says:

    Chemtrails includes the spraying of sulphur in the high atmosphere. This sends a dose of sulphuric acid down across the globe, the real cause of acid rain. Geo-engineering is to blame, it appears, in that case, Twig.

  8. Twig says:

    The Chem-trailing angle sounds very plausible.

    re flooding
    Since the flooding of the Somerset Levels I have not noticed any chem-trails, but I have seen some regular contrails (the short lived plume type as opposed to the persistent “billowing” type).

    I wonder if they decided that solar dimming might be contributing to the problem?

  9. Anonymous says:

    Limestone STRONG? wow! What book are you reading this in? Limestone isn’t STONE!…its made from compressed shells…is easily fractured and a little change in chemistry, your walls collapse, come tumbling down!

  10. Tapestry says:

    Lime render is very hard wearing, and lasts centuries. As far as I can see, it doesn’t wash away under acid rain, as does sandstone.

  11. salty says:

    Sinkholes: The groundbreaking truth

    Thu, 11 Feb 2016.

    Before 2010, the presence of sinkholes was a relatively uncommon phenomenon.

    In the last 5 years there have been an unprecedented number of new sinkholes appearing around the planet on a size and scale never before seen.

    As of 2016, there are new ones opening up every day.

    Not an isolated phenomenon, sinkholes are integrally linked to the emergence of other dramatic earth changes including increased earthquake activity, volcano eruptio

  12. Men Scryfa says:

    Direct Energy Weaponry

    i.e. what is going to kill a lot of people to make way for the new order. Lovely.

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