Tuesday, April 23, 2013

crash-then-recovery (possibly EAS test)

e: ... the market "crash-then-recovery" only took seconds ... communicating the corrected information may have been the real test ... reverse 911 to the media ...

... also, it was I who assumed that 11:am was pacific time ... FEMA simply said 11:am (in a nevada news story)  ...

... 11 ... is important ... it symbolizes a gateway to change ... and is the beginning of the fibonacci sequence ... 0,1,1, 2 (not two explosions), 3 (?), 5, 8, 13, 21, 34, 55, 89, 144, 233, 377, 610 ...
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23apr13 djia one minute chart














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[marketwatch.com]
Stocks rise on earnings after fake-tweet hit
apr 23, 2013

U.S. stocks rose on Tuesday, recouping after an erroneous tweet pushed equities down 1% in seconds ... [soon after 11:am mountain] [only to recover seconds later]

The Associated Press said its Twitter account was hacked after its Twitter feed erroneously said that there had been two explosions at the White House.

http://www.marketwatch.com/story/stocks-rise-as-earnings-beat-italy-yields-drop-2013-04-23?siteid=bigcharts&dist=bigcharts
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[greenhorn post]
Nationwide test EAS (tues/apr 23)
apr 22, 2013

e: ... big brother tests the mic tomorrow ... 11 am pacific ... high noon mountain time ... 2 pm eastern
[i assumed 11:am nevada - pacific time]

e: ... the real emergencies always seem to happen during the tests ...

http://adventuresofagreenhorn.blogspot.com/2013/04/nationwide-test-eas-tuesapr-23.html
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[local nevada story]
First-ever nationwide test of the Emergency Alert System to occur tomorrow
apr 22, 2013

The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), along with its many federal, state and local partners, is reminding the American public that the first-ever nationwide test of the Emergency Alert System is scheduled to occur at 11:am tomorrow. [apr 23][i assumed 11:am nevada - pacific time]

 “A critical element in any emergency is the delivery of accurate information,” said Chris Smith, Chief of the Division of Emergency Management/Homeland Security. “The National EAS Test helps to insure that in a time of need, information can be delivered to members of the public in a usable form, in an efficient manner.  [demonstrated during the crash-then-recovery]

http://www.foxreno.com/news/news/national/first-ever-nationwide-test-emergency-alert-system-/nXSwz/