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originally posted by: Oldtimer2
a reply to: TheJesuit
I believe it has to do with what looks like a solar system headed in our direction,you can see it with your naked eye,as it gets closer feel the effects of the opposing energy,ever try putting 2 magnets together,yes we are screwed this is just the start
Serpens Cauda = tail of the snake
The head of the snake is well separated from the Milky Way, and contains no bright deep sky objects. The tail of the snake, however, not only lies close to the plane of the Milky Way, but also neighbors Sagittarius, the constellation which contains the galaxy's center. It is home to several bright open clusters and globular clusters.
originally posted by: vinifalou
a reply to: TheJesuit
I live in Brazil and this week we felt the EQ on Venezuela and today the one on Peru.
It is NOT common we feel EQ on neighbor countries, or even have tremors here as well.
I don't know if something's "about to blow" on the pacific region but it sure is not common.
originally posted by: watchitburn
originally posted by: TheJesuit
Sensationalizing ? No, these EQ's are an unprecedented Geologic event if you do just a small bit of research on depth and location you will see....
Using the word unprecedented to describe this geological "event" is amusing.
And experts fear the frequency of massive quakes and raging volcanoes could soar in 2018 as the earth’s molten core puts the brakes on the planet’s rotation. The planet is entering a five-year period of slow-down where the movement of the molten iron core slows the Earth’s spin.
Earth's Rotation Is Mysteriously Slowing Down: Experts Predict Uptick In 2018 Earthquake
originally posted by: Assassin82
originally posted by: network dude
originally posted by: TheJesuit
A Plate wide event is taking place:
Region PERU-BRAZIL BORDER REGION
Date time 2018-08-24 09:04:08.9 UTC
Location 11.09 S ; 70.85 W
Depth 651 km
If the MSM doesn't report on this it will be responsible for not warning millions of people to look out for more potentially hazardous quakes
how does one prepare for an earth quake?
By living under a sturdy, giant doorway with no windows or fine china. Having a thralling computer system with 24/7 global EQ coverage including your own seismographs set up every 2 miles in a 100 mile radius AND strategically placed seismographs at various depths up to 100 miles below the earths surface. It would also be handy to have a jet pack to help get you off the surface. Finally, a direct line of communication with God himself for added advanced notice.
originally posted by: PheonixReborn
Of course the entire Pacific plate is on the move.
That is the very definition of 'tectonic plate.'
In fact, our planet got even busier in 2014. Scientists noted those plates had doubled their activity —moving faster than at any point in the last 2 billion years.
originally posted by: Chefspicy
since when were earthquakes not normal for this part of the earth?????
Deep below our planet’s surface a molten jet of iron nearly as hot as the surface of the sun is picking up speed.
Next to the inner core, there are parallel cylinders of swirling molten iron in the outer core running from north to south. Where these swirling cylinders meet the solid core, and squash against it, they act like a pair of rollers, squeezing out additional molten iron sideways to create the jet stream. This produces and moves the two lobe-like magnetic fields, which is what the satellites detected and tracked.
Why the jet is getting faster is more of a mystery. It may be related to the rotation of the inner core, which was found in 2005 to rotate a bit faster than Earth’s crust, says Xiaodong Song of the University of Illinois in Champaign, Illinois.
originally posted by: tjack
a reply to: scraedtosleep
In the constellation Serpens Cauda. Star is called Gliese 710.
Full disclosure, I had not heard of this until just now.
About 170 years ago, Eta Carinae, one of the brightest, most massive stars in the Milky Way, erupted with a titanic blast, releasing almost as much energy as a supernova explosion and becoming at one point the second brightest star in the night sky. Somehow, the star survived the “Great Eruption”, providing an intriguing mystery for astronomers.
Now, studying light from the outburst that rebounded, or “echoed,” off interstellar dust and has only now reached Earth, researchers have found the original explosion created a huge 10-solar-mass cloud of debris expanding 20 times faster than expected – more than 32 million kilometres per hour (20 million mph) – fast enough to travel from Earth to Pluto in just a few days.
Although Earth's magnetosphere keeps us safe from (most) radiation, cosmic rays might actually be increasing around our planet.
And if the amount of radiation keeps increasing, we might find out the limits of our atmosphere the hard way.
For years, Earth has been bombarded by cosmic rays emanating from a mysterious source astronomers couldn't identify. Now, new research conducted with the help of NASA's NuSTAR space telescope has finally tracked down the source of these rays: Eta Carinae, a binary star system just 10,000 light-years away. In an event called the Great Eruption of 1838, the system created a stunning hourglass nebula in a tremendous burst of energy that temporarily made it the second-brightest object in the night sky.