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Indian scientists recently found a scientific method of predicting earthquakes quite accurately. The great quake of Sumatra along Andaman fault line on December 26th, could have been predicted if the world would have taken these scientists seriously.
If this theory is true, we are in for many mega earthquakes soon. When two or more planets, moon and earth and sun come in one line, these mega earthquakes happen. The sun influences the rotation of earth. Now imagine you are in a train or bus. If all on a sudden the driver pushes the brake, you tend to move forward in a jerk. Exactly same thing happens when two or more planets line up with earth and pulls from the other side. The tectonic pressures built up get released in specific points of epicenter.
Originally posted by jazzgul
Honestly I don't know what to think of it, some scientific help???
thank you, jazz
Originally posted by Seekerof
Both Richard Noone, who wrote 5/5/2000, and John White, who wrote Pole Shift, have speculated on this while taking in parts of past historical events and evidences.
Be assured, that if an actual "pole shift" was even remotely beginning to take place, there would be more than one single, significant, catastrophic earthquake......there would be multiples, and I mean multiples of signs.....some in tandem and some not...some happening together, some not....
[edit on 27-12-2004 by Seekerof]
If this theory is true, we are in for many mega earthquakes soon. When two or more planets, moon and earth and sun come in one line, these mega earthquakes happen.
Originally posted by cmdrkeenkid
[I'm sorry jazzgul, but there's a lot of websites that are just loaded with bad science. India Daily tends to be one of them.
[edit on 12/30/2004 by cmdrkeenkid]
Originally posted by byrd
There has NOT been a physical pole shift in the past and there won't be this time. It takes something like being whocked by another planet or a moon to topple the Earth that much.
If the earth suddenly flipped upside down, we'd have the crust AND the oceans sliding all around and off the face of the planet
Magnetic pole reversals happen infrequently—on average every 250,000 years—but maybe not when you consider that it's been over 700,000 years since the last reversal, and the next one may be currently underway.
Originally posted by Notme
but after simulating the passage of 36,000 years, the field it generated spontaneously flipped.
"In a polar region there is a continual deposition of ice, which is not symmetrically distributed about the pole. The earth's rotation acts on these asymmetrically deposited masses [of ice], and produces centrifugal momentum that is transmitted to the rigid crust of the earth. The constantly increasing centrifugal momentum produced in this way will, when it has reached a certain point, produce a movement of the earth's crust over the rest of the earth's body, and this will displace the polar regions toward the equator." Albert Einstein
I am not an expert, but wouldnt polar reversal require that the Earth stop rotating and then spin back in the opposite direction?