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Proof The US Has An Earthquake Machine?

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Iran said on Tuesday it had started production at two uranium mines and a yellow-cake plant, declaring that Western opposition would not slow its nuclear program days after talks between Tehran and world powers failed to reach an accord.

http://worldnews.nbcnews.com/_news/2013/04/09/17667344-gone-nuclear-iran-ramps-up-uranium-production?lite

right after...

Devastating' earthquake strikes near Iran's Bushehr nuclear power plant

http://worldnews.nbcnews.com/_news/2013/04/09/17670371-devastating-earthquake-strikes-near-irans-bushehr-nuclear-power-plant?lite

This is an amazing coincidence. No, I am not yelling conspiracy theory. What are you thoughts?

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The quake was 8 miles deep, deeper than we've ever dug into the earth. I'm not saying no but how would they cause an earthquake that deep?

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The quake was 8 miles deep, deeper than we've ever dug into the earth. I'm not saying no but how would they cause an earthquake that deep?

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What if there was never a matrix and what they thought was the true world was still a computer generated world?

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ok guise, so imagine we had an earthquake machine and we just straight up earthquakin mothafugas from all over the world. fug nuclear war man lets just manipulate mother nature and bend the rules of physics.

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Wow an earthquake in a part of the world known for earthquakes.

Obviously the US

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