Did North Korea’s Jan 6th 2016 Underground Detonation of a Small Hydrogen Bomb Light Up the World with Sudden New Earthquake Activity?

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In the world of known acts of pure idiocy by national leaders, probably nothing will ever top the deranged decision by North Korea’s Kim Jong Un on 1.6.2016 to actually detonate a small to mid-sized hydrogen device underground, creating a 5.2 Richter Scale earthquake which could be felt and seen roiling the ground all the way to China. The very next day US based patriotic weatherman and alternative news reporter DutchSinse noted an alarming burst of sudden new earthquake activity all over the world, but especially noted in the United States. One wonders whether there is a relationship between these two events.

Tags: North Korea hydrogen bomb blast, earthquake activity spikes 1.7.2016, geology earthquake events, bomb blast earthquakes 2016

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