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Train derails in New Jersey triggering hazmat spill: Earth wobble intensifies

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Early Thursday morning, around 1 a.m. on Dec 5, a train carrying a noxious, hazardous liquid derailed next to the New Jersey Turnpike. The derailment happened as the train was backing into a facility near Exit 12 of the New Jersey Turnpike in Carteret, across the border from Staten Island.

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One car flipped on its side and another car partially overturned in the wreck. The derailment caused a 10-mile delay on the New Jersey Turnpike as emergency crews worked to clear the derailment of the tankers carrying that "unidentified" but flammable liquid.

New Jersey is in a stretch zone – that is, it is in an area that is affected not only by a spreading Atlantic Ocean, but also by the diagonal pull on the North American continent (from San Diego to New England) caused by Planet X’s powerful grip on the earth. The closer it gets the strong the pull.

A sampling of other types of stretch zone incidents” for New Jersey in 2013 includes:

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