SS: we heard the pedophile version of what happened, and all the pedo-followers jumped on the pedophile bandwagon … but what really happened ?? well it is obvious… massive auroras happened .. only two weeks ago during the solar eclipse massive red and even purple auroras were seen far south as the usa.. anytime we have auroras like that it affects the earth’s core by heating it which causes magma to expand and produces volcanic eruptions and sometimes earthquakes. the magnetic field is produced by the earth’s core and the solar winds and cme’s interact with the magnetosphere .. this is also an eclipse earthquake… i always give a one week window on each side of an eclipse for earthquakes… we are in the middle of an eclipse sequence because every solar eclipse is either preceded or followed by a lunar eclipse by two weeks. are we ready for the lunar eclipse this saturday ??? 

i know many of the pedophile followers havent learn yet that when their theories are wrong can cause catastrophes.. honestly i don’t think the pedophiles are smart enough to care.. they sure aren’t smart enough to care about the previous catastrophes they caused which can be found in my first book “the obamacatasophes” .. they pretend they didn’t happen, but the problem is they did happen.  only a complete imbecile moron pretends that tons of radiation flowing into the pacific ocean everyday is something to ignore. #pacificocean #waitingoneasterbunny #savedbysantaclause #obamacatastrophes .

Don’t Blink! April 4th Lunar Eclipse Shortest of the Century MARCH 31, 2015 Get ready for one awesome total lunar eclipse early Saturday morning April 4th. For the third time in less than a year, the Moon dips into Earth’s shadow, its dazzling white globe turning sunset red right before your eyes.  All eclipses are not-to-miss events, but Saturday’s totality will be the shortest in a century. Brief but beautiful – just like life. Read on to find out how to make the most of it.

Powerful earthquake generates small tsunami off Papua New Guinea Sunday 29 March 2015 20.59 EDT A powerful earthquake rattled the South Pacific nation of Papua New Guinea on Monday, generating a small tsunami and frightening locals near the epicentre, but prompting no reports of damage or injuries. A tsunami of half a meter (1.5ft) was measured in the harbor of Rabaul, a town near the epicentre of the magnitude-7.7 earthquake, said Martin Mose, acting director for Papua New Guinea’s national disaster centre. The quake struck at a depth of 40 miles (65km), about 30 miles south-east of the town of Kokopo, near Rabaul, in north-eastern Papua New Guinea, the US Geological Survey reported.

Tsunamis create mysterious atmospheric waves: Scientists October 15, 2010 “The tsunami very effectively generates atmospheric gravity waves, and because they’re fast, those waves can effectively travel to the upper atmosphere,” said Michael Hickey, a physics professor and associate dean at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in Florida. As the atmospheric waves travel upward, they get larger. “Because the atmosphere decreases in density as you go up, the air molecules can move much farther without bumping into each other,” Galvan explained, adding that as the wave travels through thinner and thinner material, the larger its oscillations can get.

This NOAA image shows the forecast for aurora activity on March 17, 2015 during a severe solar storm. NOAA space weather experts say there is a chance for auroras as far south as the mid-United States, along a line extending through Tennessee. (NOAA Space Weather Prediction Group)

Sightings of the Aurora Australis were reported across parts of Australia and New Zealand on Tuesday, March 17. This footage is described as showing the aurora near Christchurch, New Zealand. The Aurora Australis is a natural light display caused by the energy released during interaction between magnetically-charged particles, discharged from large explosions on the Sun, and the Earth’s magnetic field. Credit: YouTube/Steven Graham