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Originally posted by kattraxx
reply to post by Anti - Government
There are those that study the relationship between the lunar cycles and seismic activity. Jim Berkland is one. The link to his site may be in our OP. It's been so long since that post that I honestly can't recall.
Originally posted by Anti - Government
reply to post by kattraxx
i wanted to ask you someting aswell have u ever researched lunar activity and earthquakes because i was reading something earlier about an upcoming lunar event and a big earthquake predicted for the same day tomorrow as it happens and im was curious if u have ever found a link between the two im not sure if that has been discussed before but i think their could be one between the two but who knows
Originally posted by missvicky
Thank you Justmike for fixing my links. I like to pay attention to the sky since my ears ring most of the time.......maybe because I live in the central coast of Cal and there's been all this activity?
Suppose the snow in Louisianna part of the Super Moon effect?
This is a divergent boundary, which is why it's largely volcanic in nature as the plates are moving apart and new material is coming up from below. (It's also why that part of the sea floor along the ridge is geologically one of the youngest.)