August 24 - September 10
Between August 24th and August 30th, the average ocean depth at buoy 53046 changed dramatically by 150 meters (nearly 500 feet). A plot of water column height suggests two abrupt rises in the ocean bottom.
October 15 -17
Most recently, between October 15th and 17th, average ocean depth changed by an astonishing 325 meters (1066 feet) suggesting an even more dramatic rise in the ocean floor. Station 53406 fell silent 24 hours later.
In a tragic and related event that morbidly coincides with the apparent deactivation of buoy 53046, a highly experienced project team leader was mysteriously killed during the maintenance of a tsunami buoy 1000 miles away in the Celebes Sea near Pulau Sipadan.
This buoy is owned and maintained by a Malaysian company, and Malaysia is situated on lands on the Sunda Plate, which is sinking. They are quite sensitive that their populace not realize their situation, and panic. Since the start of the 7 of 10 plate movements the flooding of low lying lands has been explained as rain, or ground water extraction causing a collapse, or rising seas that somehow only seem to affect SE Asia. Evidence that the Indo-Australian Plate is rising dramatically just at the border of the Sunda Plate that houses Malaysia did create panic, but not in the general populace. The panic was among the elite in this country.
Plate borders are not smooth, but rough, and when pressed against each other much crumbling occurs on all sides. The pressure of the compressing Pacific against the great Eurasian Plate can be seen in the number of small platelets above Australia, where that portion of the Sunda Plate, itself a tongue of the Eurasian Plate, has shattered into platelets. The fact that the sea floor rose suddenly and dramatically under buoy 53046 is because a portion of this plate border began jutting UP toward the surface. The 30 year veteran of buoy maintenance was an honest man, and was expected to simply tell the truth to the public, and for this he lost his life, murdered by the elite in Malaysia.
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