Dang me if it doesn't
smell like scalar interferometry weapon practice. Right in line with
SecDef Cohen's statement.
Wonder which nation
now has done it, or gotten it from the Russians, or some such?
Date: Tue, 11 Mar 2003 17:15:43 -0600
Multi-Sectoral Commission Probes Guipungo Earthquake
Angola Press Agency (Luanda)
March 8, 2003
Posted to the web March 8, 2003
A multi-sectoral commission has travelled today to the Tum-Tum locality,
24 kilometres of Kipungo district, in Angola's southern Huila province,
to probe into a phenomenon causing earthshaking in the region.
Recently appointed by Huila provincial government, the commission headed
by the local deputy governor for social affairs, Adriano da Silva,
comprises the provincial director of the Ministry of Energy, Abel da
Costa, and engineers with the Angolan Armed Forces (FAA).
Quipungo residents told Angop that over the last few days, successive
explosions and electric discharges causing hearth-shakings have been
noted in the region.
Local authorities evacuated people from the area till the ongoing
investigation into the phenomenon is completed. Earth-shakings started
sporadically in October 2002 and became continuous from last Sunday.
Historian Melkiades Abel de Kerllan today ruled out as unlikely that it
is a volcano eruption or an earthquake due to the characteristic of the
region, but advised specialists to carry out an accurate investigation.
However, he suggested that traditional authorities in the region should
also be heard to find out whether the name of the area "Tum-Tum" has any
connection with the phenomenon.
In his turn, Manuel da Conceição Gomes, head of the Department of
Natural Sciences of the Higher Institute of Education Sciences (ISCED),
said the area is heavily hit by electromagnetic discharges that can be
attracted by minerals from the lowest layers of the soil.
Quipungo district is situated 120 kilometres of Huila capital city,