posted on Aug, 18 2015 @ 06:58 PM
More or less it's something random that's been bugging me in my thoughts. Can't really say it's a prediction as I have no timeframe for it nor
good reason for thinking of it. (Might not ever happen in my own lifetime.) But basically the idea that there will be some seizmic event associated
with the top of a fairly large aquifer collapsing. (Likely after being heavily drained and depleted, no hydraulic pressure to help support the rock
and it crumbles out.) The remaining water in the bottom of the aquifer will get pushed out in quite a dramatic fashion when all that earth caves in on
it, so after it all settles down there's going to be a new canyon system carved into the landscape. Geologists might see it as some unique thing to
learn from, but it really sucks and will be a disaster for whoever/whatever may be on top of it when it happens.
Would be interesting if anyone else had similar bugging them. Hopefully it's just boredom and nothing ever comes of it.