March 20, 2012
U.S. Mole Men Causing Haiti Quakes?
Arikia Milikan, Danger Room
While I was in Haiti this past month, a 4.6 magnitude earthquake struck the country. There was no reported loss of life and no damage, thankfully. But there were an awful lot of odd theories about the origins of this quake — and the massive, 7.0 one that hit the country in 2010. The oddest of them all: the one about the giant tunnel that the U.S. was drilling under the Caribbean.