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Originally posted by Phage
reply to post by Lil Drummerboy
Tidal effects do affect the crust of the Earth but the effects are over a very wide area, generally distributing the stresses evenly.
The stresses in themselves would probably not be great enough to cause earthquakes but combine them with an unstable fault and it would be silly to say that they could not trigger movement of the fault.
Originally posted by Dimitrios
So, since i was not online during the eclipse, did the dam fall on their heads yet killing thousands, or not?
To back their theory, the researchers analysed data collected over 28 years from the Pacific 'ring of fire' - a region of intense earthquake activity. They found that the most severe earthquakes took place around the time of a new moon or a full moon.
Originally posted by poet1b
If the op makes so many crazy posts, then why do you people bother to read them?
If you read the thread , from what Indian said we still have 300 + days.
Originally posted by daniel_g
I read 5 consecutive posts + a video that led to the conclusion that the dam was going to fail during a solar eclipse, but not one post on why it didn't fail. I demand an explanat - oh wait, none of the 5 posts contain any arguments supporting the theory of the dam failing, so how did he reach that conclusion? Very informative though.
@Evasius: Before we hit July 23, mind explaining your Timewave Zero algorithm? Why would it be more accurate than random guessing? Will you not post any more Timewave Zero predictions if your July 23 one fails?
[edit on 22-7-2009 by daniel_g]