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USGS says land is sinking in Chesapeake Bay: On that much we agree!

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A new report by the United States Geological Survey (USGS) blames sinking land and rising sea levels in Chesapeake Bay on groundwater withdrawals. Believe it or not!

NOT!

What is the old USGS is up to NOW?

If "this" report came from any source other than the USGS, it could be accepted as fact, but as it stands, the integrity and credibility of USGS reporting has been strained to the breaking point and beyond. How can we "believe this report" when USGS hides things from us, shuts down key sites so we can't see the data for ourselves, and lies to us on a daily basis about so many things.

It is well known by many that the USGS doctors the information it spoon feeds to the public, like the downsizing of the actual number and size of earthquakes occurring, often in swarms, everywhere, every day.

It’s just more of the same old same old – a cover-up of the actual cause of the sinking land.

According to “this” USGS report “intensive groundwater withdrawals are a major cause of the sinking land, or land subsidence in the southern Chesapeake Bay region. It also suggests that changing groundwater management practices could slow or mitigate land subsidence and relative sea-level rise.

Hmmm! Good luck with that!

Why is land sinking in the Chesapeake Bay area?

Is it possible that groundwater management practices are not at fault for sea-level rise and land subsidence? Could a diagonal pull on the North American continent caused by Planet X in the solar system and a spreading Atlantic Ocean have something to do with it?

Per the Zetas, Pennsylvania is the break point in the North American plate, where land to the south is pulled down by the spreading Atlantic Ocean and land to the north rises, as the St. Lawrence Seaway pulls apart.

Land in this area is sinking . . . just as the Zetas predicted. The Chesapeake Bay area lies just below Pennsylvania – the break point. Whether the land is sinking or the water is rising or both, the effect is the same – disastrous!

Many stretch zone incidents have and continue to happen in these areas - exploding and collapsing houses, exploding refineries and manhole covers, sinkholes swallowing cars, homes, and people, collapsing malls and other buildings, and so on.

Bizarre events in these areas are the norm including a small tsunami off the East Coast and massive bird and fish die-offs. In July, parts of the Chesapeake Bay in Baltimore, Maryland's Inner Harbor turned a milky color and hundreds of dead fish were seen floating on the surface.

What’s up with that?

Certainly not the result of groundwater withdrawals. Is "this" report just more of the Planet X cover-up moving into high gear? Believe what you will.

Read:
• Nibiru, Canada stretch zone: What happens when the St Lawrence Seaway rips open?
• Hooray! Guess who’s listening to Pole Shift warnings for St Lawrence Seaway?
St. Lawrence Seaway & other "stretch zones" . . . Earth being "ripped apart"
• Connect the dots: East Coast tsunami, milky white waters, dying dolphins & fish
Add ‘mysterious milky white material' in Tennessee creek to similar weird events
USGS “dumbs down” reporting: Quakes dropped, deleted, and lowered in magnitude

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