~~ Quakes Surging --> Sun's Gravity Sucking in Baby Star ~~ There is an increasing possibility of mass death in the tri-state area surrounding New York City. The U.S.G.S. and N.A.S.A. know that earth traumas are intensifying, because they know of the intensifying gravitational and electromagnetic forces now being exerted upon Earth by an incoming brown dwarf star, which N.A.S.A. knows is being sucked in by the enormous gravitational force field of our Sun. Consequently, the people of the greater New York City area are in danger of death by leukemia from the Indian Point Nuclear reactor, located atop the juncture of several earthquake faults. As this brown dwarf star nears the inner Solar System, on its loop-around the Sun, its gravitational and electromagnetic force fields will provoke greater earthquake activity. We must somehow get the attention of anti-nuclear citizen activist groups in the greater New York/New Jersey/Connecticut area. This nuclear reactor sits upon the juncture of several earthquake faults. THE INDIAN POINT REACTOR MUST BE SHUT DOWN NOW, due to the external force fields of this Sun-drawn brown dwarf star, the discovery of which was heralded by the nation's largest newspaper, The New York Times. See a photocopy of the actual New York Times report. John DiNardo http://yowusa.com/planetx/2009/planetx-2009-02a/1.shtml http://www.earth.columbia.edu/articles/view/2235 ~~ THE EARTH INSTITUTE, Columbia University, New York City Press Release: Aug. 21, 2008 EARTHQUAKES MAY ENDGANGER NEW YORK MORE THAN THOUGHT, SAYS STUDY. INDIAN POINT NUCLEAR POWER PLANT SEEN AS PARTICULAR RISK. [Abstract]: A study by a group of prominent seismologists suggests that a pattern of subtle but active faults makes the risk of earthquakes to the New York City area substantially greater than formerly believed. Among other things, they say that the controversial Indian Point nuclear power plants, 24 miles north of the city, sit astride the previously unidentified intersection of two active seismic zones. The paper appears in the current issue of the Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America.