Tectonic weapons of mass destruction. Myth or reality?

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Tectonic weapons of mass destruction. Myth or reality?

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Tectonic weapons of mass destruction. Myth or reality?

https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm ... id=4366387

What do we think, gentlemen?
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Does everyone agree with my conclusions?
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Ladies and gentlemen, geophysicists and just people of different professions, please express your opinion.
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I was interviewed for this article by the New York Times
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Do they not believe me, do they write that I am a dreamer?
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serguei58 wrote: Fri Apr 19, 2024 3:23 pm I was interviewed for this article by the New York Times
This is the letter I received from a person who understands this matter:

Dear Serguei

I'm an investigative journalist based in Denver, CO doing some background research on the Japanese doomsday cult Aum Shinrikyo. In 1993 a geologist in Australia came to believe that the organization may have tried to detonate a nuclear weapon in the outback--this was later determined to be false, and was likely a meteorite--however the New York Times speculated that the group may have also been trying to develop a tectonic weapon. I recently saw a paper that you put out on tectonic weapons and was wondering if you would be open to talking to me about the feasibility.

Scott Carney
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1100!
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