Taiwan: Sinking in Changhua, Yunlin, Chiayi and Pingtung, as Zetas Predicted during 7 of 10!

Jul 29, 2014

TAIPEI, Taiwan -- The Water Resources Agency (WRA) said yesterday that concerns over land subsidence issues in Taiwan are rising, with the collective depth of subsidence reaching around 286.47 kilometers in areas such as Changhua County, Yunlin County, Chiayi County and Pingtung County.

According to the TWI, more serious problems will arise due to excessive land subsidence, producing disasters like floods that could take an enormous toll on not only the economy, but also the safety of residents.

Land Subsidence Damaging  to Farmers, HSR

Hong Tsu-mei (洪許美), a 73-year-old woman, is reportedly one of the countless victims impacted by land subsidence. Hong has been living in Changhua County with her husband for over 60 years. Hong told local media that their family could only use 45 percent of their vast land to grow crops for a living, since 55 percent of the land had long since been rendered useless by floods that resulted in regular land subsidence. Hong told local reporters that they are barely holding on with only some financial support from the government.

Yunlin County has been the area most severely affected by land subsidence in recent years, according to reports. It has also been reported that the Yunlin County Government and WRA have given orders to fill several wells and water reservoirs to prevent further sinking to the Taiwan High Speed Rail railway.


The Zetas predicted the southern coastline of China would experience a 20 foot elevation drop during the pull down of the Sunda Plate. Taiwant was also affected. This article (above) is an admission of that fact! Note that the portions of Taiwan predicted to experience elevation loss ARE the portions in this article - the southwest and west coastline region! Changhua County, Yunlin County, Chiayi County and Pingtung County. Note that the 286.47 kilometers collective depth mentioned converts to 939862 feet! Zetas right again!


The southern coast of China was likewise warned that they could experience loss of elevation. How much will their coastline drop, that they needed this warning from the Hangzhou UFO? This coastline, in general, can anticipate losing 20 feet in elevation, which will likewise afflict Taiwan though Taiwan is high land and will not be as devastated.

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Comment by Nancy Lieder on July 29, 2014 at 7:50pm

Research on MODIS shows that there is considerable MORE sinking and inundation in July, 2014 compared to July, 2010.

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