posted on Feb, 6 2017 @ 11:51 AM
originally posted by: crappiekat
This area is really picking up.
The depts range from 100km to 2km. Is that area ripping open?
USGS has it as a 4.8
I'm just commenting that Asia, from Turkey over to India, has becoming a little "clustery". And as Muzzy said, it's been kinda quiet in the whole
Mediterranean (oh my god, i spelled Mediterranean correctly.) area. About half a year ago, the whole area was more active, and I would like to include
Italy and North Africa into the equation. We've all seen how Italy has been very active for quite some time. I'm still waiting for the Greece/Turkey
big one. Let's think about it. We've had some big stuff on the western side of Turkey (Italy), and lot's on the eastern side, Nepal etc. Just
Just to clarify, I'll list the bumps that cross Asia. Turkey, Caspian Sea, Turkmenistan, (I spelled it wrong), Afghanistan, India, and China. All with
moderate bumps in a tight window. i haven't checked the moon. I'm only thinking moon and tides after seeing the Caspian Sea in the mix.
Oh, while I'm here. I think South America will have big band soon. Tons of water and flooding. California got it's rain. I wonder what will happen
when the aquifers try to recharge themselves to make up for the depletion that has been severe. Oh, today the moon is at perigee. The full moon
isn't for a few days.
edit on 6-2-2017 by ericblair4891 because: (no reason given)