[Coral-List] Massive Coral Die Off in Kauai, Hawaii

Melbourne Briscoe Mel at briscoe.com
Wed Sep 26 18:52:23 EDT 2012

Did I miss a post somewhere? I see no relationship between this post and the
previous posts kin this thread. Where did the mention of Navy tests come

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From: coral-list-bounces at coral.aoml.noaa.gov
[mailto:coral-list-bounces at coral.aoml.noaa.gov] On Behalf Of rnharag
Sent: Tuesday, September 25, 2012 5:04 PM
To: underwater2web at gmail.com; greta at hawaii.edu
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Subject: Re: [Coral-List] Massive Coral Die Off in Kauai, Hawaii

Terry Lilley and Greta Aeby,

Sorry by my English,

Dear Terry, his distrust of the Navy tests are perfectly correct, since the
technology is expected to generate microwaves, that are very harmful to
corals when it occurs in conjunction with eletromagnetic distortions and
Beta radioactivity coming from underground.

When speaking of coral bleaching caused by global climate change, normally
we relate the causes are acidification and rising sea temperature, however
global warming also causes heating in the core of the planet and therefore
an imbalance in electromagnetic emanation and Beta radioactivity across the
Earth's surface.

This heater core is causing electromagnetic interference to the corals and
all living beings, reducing the defenses of the immune system, allowing the
emergence of diseases that did not exist before. In the last three years
this imbalance has increased rapidly in the planet and the fact that the
region is Hawaii's volcanic raises the level of inbalance which together
with the action of microwave sparked a massive degeneration. However if it
had been with microwave could have been a rise in sea's temperature.

These imbalance were also detected in our harmonizations presented on our
site www.coralsurvival.com.br , but not at levels as high as in Hawaii.

This is a way to find the cause of disease in corals even further afield the
coast, which can be neutralized as explained on our website.

I hope I had helped and that you can direct the scientific research to


Ricardo Haraguchi
ricardo at coralsurvival.com.br

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Subject: [Coral-List] Massive Coral Die Off in Kauai, Hawaii



   Please   contact   Terry   Lilley   with   any   info  regarding  this
   matter underwater2web@[3]gmail.com or Greta Aeby [4]greta at hawaii.edu

   It's very disturbing that not only the coral are being effected by this.



   2. http://underwater2web.com/
   3. http://gmail.com/
   4. mailto:greta at hawaii.edu

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