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Recent world earthquakes happening on opposite sides of the earth?

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posted on Sep, 13 2007 @ 12:59 PM
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I do not have a lot of time to research past dates right now, but if you look at the recent large quakes of the last 24 hours here Seismon then dig your way to the other side of the earth here Ubasics you can see recent earthquakes at opposite sides of the planet.
So I am wondering if the core of the earth is causing the quakes or maybe that mini black hole they speculate about in the earth somewhere.

If you have time see if you can find other events happening almost exactly opposite sides of the earth.




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posted on Sep, 13 2007 @ 01:51 PM
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Someone says there's a mini black hole somewhere inside the earth? Who said this? Do you have a link please?Earthquakes on opposite sides of the planet aren't new. I remember reading a paperback when I was a kid and one of the chapters was called "A Push-me Pull-you Earth?" and was exactly about that. BTW I was dreaming about an earthquake and loads of lava last night, right in between some houses I was visiting, (hope it wasn't a premonition).

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posted on Sep, 13 2007 @ 01:53 PM
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This is normal. Earthquakes happen all the time, every single day without most of us realising.

Just normal seismic activity that happens to be on opposite sides of the planet at the same time.



posted on Sep, 13 2007 @ 03:54 PM
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Originally posted by wigit
Someone says there's a mini black hole somewhere inside the earth? Who said this? Do you have a link please?Earthquakes on opposite sides of the planet aren't new. I remember reading a paperback when I was a kid and one of the chapters was called "A Push-me Pull-you Earth?" and was exactly about that. BTW I was dreaming about an earthquake and loads of lava last night, right in between some houses I was visiting, (hope it wasn't a premonition).

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Here is your answer History Channel


There is more but you can google it as well as I can if you are interested.



posted on Sep, 13 2007 @ 08:00 PM
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Just off the top of my head, but if one tectonic plate moves enough or subducts under another it should free up space or tension for the other side of the plate to move. But tectonic plates are not global in size.

We live on a very dynamic world with a constantly moving crust, and I don't think you can draw a line directly through the planet and say one event is connected to the other. More locally yes, like what is going on with where subduction is forcing the Indo-Australian Plate under the Eurasian Plate. But I would think of this as more of an ongoing push in one location.

You can see the same with the subduction of the Juan de Fuca plate slowly crawling under the North American Plate. Sure it's been locked up for over 200 years, but it will slip with the same force as what has happened near Sumatra, and probably in our life times.

But one won't be tied to the other, it's a very large planet



posted on Sep, 13 2007 @ 08:07 PM
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It is the Bell effect. When the Earth quakes, the vibrations circle the globe and reverberate on the opposite side. More or less. It is a known phenomena and there is ample evidence of it occurring over the years.



posted on Sep, 13 2007 @ 08:35 PM
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I'm not finding anything on a global "Bell Effect" of a scale that would cause an earthquake on the opposite side of the planet. I can understand that this would happen after a major impact on the Earth by a foreign body, but not a local earthquake.

I know that the quake that caused that major tsunami was registered around the entire planet, and actually altered the rotation of our ball of dirt by a very slight amount, so I see what you're saying.

If you have a link for further reading I would appreciate it.

Thanx,
anx.....



posted on Sep, 13 2007 @ 08:42 PM
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Every day there is earthquakes happening on either side of the world. I dont think there is any evidence linking them, its just a normal every day occurence. There are also many small tremors that are barely even able to be felt



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