Tsunami Buoys - The Latest Cover-ups

Consistent with the Establishment's desperate efforts to conceal any evidence of Planet X from the common man, NDBC tsunami stations have suddenly fallen silent after years of escalating indications of massive upheaval along the undersea rifts and subduction zones beneath some of these buoys.

Much like the NICT Magnetosphere Simulator that was deactivated after years of dramatic portrayal of the magnetic presence of Planet X, NDBC has not indicated a buoy in event mode since late April 2012, after many months of increasing incidence in reported events showing rapid change in water column height.  One of the last events reported was a radical decrease in ocean depth depicted in the above NDBC image at Station 52406.

On May 18th, a news article reported that one quarter (12 of 39) of U.S.-operated tsunami warning buoys in the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans are out of service. Station 46419, off Coos Bay, Oregon, reportedly broke from its mooring after weeks of nearly continuous ocean floor displacements.

Perhaps the news release was intended to placate those curious about the sudden disappearance of the characteristic flashing yellow diamonds that signifiy a tsunami buoy event on the NDBC buoy map. Nevertheless, it appears additional vigilance will be required to monitor undersea plate activity.

The following blogs contain NDBC tsunami buoy data reported from January through April of this year and are indicative of which areas are the most active.  They also portray the escalating incidence of tsunami buoy events before the flashing yellow diamonds abruptly ceased.

Buoy 46419 300 NMiles NW of Seattle Eventing Again

Large Aceh Quake Triggers Indian Ocean Tsunami Warning

A Folding Pacific Watch (#3 in 7 of 10)

Buoys 21401 (Kuril Islands), 43413 and 46419 in Event Mode

TWO Buoys now currently in event mode AGAIN!

2 American-Pacific Buoys in Event Mode

Three Buoys Now in Tsunami Event Mode

Buoy #32401 in Event Mode

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Comment by Yvonne Lawson on July 19, 2018 at 5:52pm

Tsunami buoy in event mode Gulf of Mexico

Comment by Recall 15 on November 22, 2016 at 2:02am

During the 7+ quake on Japan today 21 of November 2016 only one buoy in  Kamtchatka Russia Became active

even it generate a Tsunami:



Comment by Howard on March 15, 2016 at 3:56am

22 Tsunami Buoys Inoperative When 7.8 Quake Hit Indonesia (Mar 2)

Indonesian officials said Thursday that all 22 tsunami warning buoys installed near vulnerable islands failed to work when the powerful 7.8 earthquake struck off the coast of Sumatra.

Disaster Mitigation Agency spokesman Sutopo Purwo Nugroho said the buoys were inoperable because of vandalism or a lack of funds for operation and maintenance.

“That made it difficult to determine whether or not the quake triggered a tsunami,” Sutopo said.

A magnitude-7.8 earthquake hit parts of Sumatra and small islands in western Indonesia on Wednesday evening, sending thousands of islanders rushing to high ground but causing no major damage or deaths.



Comment by Howard on March 25, 2015 at 3:29am

4 tsunami buoys on either side of the Indo-Australian Plate went offline simultaneously today.

"Being taken out of service does not mean they are no longer operational, it simply means the public cannot be privy to the information. One can read past the outages to see where plate movement is occurring, thus. Just look for the newly deactivated buoys, and draw your own conclusions!"  ZetaTalk: November 24, 2012

Comment by Howard on September 29, 2014 at 2:13am

Following the last two weeks of August when multiple tsunami buoy events were being reported on nearly a daily basis, NDBC has again fallen completely silent with zero events since September 2, although ample instances of omitted data are evident.

Station 23228 southwest of India

Station 23220 northwest of Sumatra

Station 21402 south of Kamchatka Russia

Station 46408 south of Aleutian Islands Alaska

Station 46402 south of Aleutian Islands, Alaska

"Buoys have proven to be an embarrassment, in that they show the ocean floor rising or falling, and in accordance with our predictions. The death of a Malay buoy maintenance man recently, to silence him, was considered a red flag, so buoys are not being taken out of service when they are flagging plate movement. Being taken out of service does not mean they are no longer operational, it simply means the public cannot be privy to the information. One can read past the outages to see where plate movement is occurring, thus. Just look for the newly deactivated buoys, and draw your own conclusions!"

ZetaTalk: Chat Q&A- November 24, 2012

Comment by Howard on June 20, 2012 at 11:37pm

Station 46409 in the northern Pacific is now back online and showing some significant displacements.

Comment by Howard on June 5, 2012 at 7:46pm

Another buoy in event mode - Station 56001 off the Sunda Plate.  Two events in two days after a six week hiatus.

Comment by Howard on June 5, 2012 at 1:12am

We now have an event at Station 21413 off the Philippine Plate.  This blog must have gotten someone's attention.  Thanks for turning the power back on guys!

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