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Originally posted by LeoVirgo
Feel the need to post this here...but had intended on keeping it to myself.
Felt a huge pulse yesterday on the 1st...around 2-3pm.
I have felt such a thing 1 other time and it about knocked me off of my feet...took me about 30 mins to pull myself together for it feels like being knocked out of your own body for a moment.
This time, I gathered myself rather quickly from it....but it was stronger then the 1st time I experienced it which several months ago (even made a thread on it back then).
After it happened yesterday....I decided to keep it to myself this time. But after reading through this thread...Im thinking I should note it here, just in case.
Another word that kinda describes it...is like a quickening of energy within the body.
Not trying to make any suggestions. But if others felt anything of such in the last day or two...maybe bring it up here.
Originally posted by InterestedParty
Hey guys, speaking as a geology student i find this data really odd, to have the same seismic signature transmitted around the globe is very unusual generally the wave decreases in magnitude the further from the epicentre it is, but this wave has been sustained, even operating within the shadow zone where it should show up as a virtually non existant tremor.....
Im sure your all aquainted with the idea of polar shift (where the magnetic field re-aligns itself) this could be a precursour to the shift, which on a geological scale we are long overdue (magnetic striping at Mid Oceanic Ridge is indicative of this)
Geologically this is supicious and needs to be monitored.
Originally posted by kingkong24
Colorado here, no earthquakes happening here.. but it does draw my attention to possible explanations for the country wide earthquakes. I would have to guess that it could be something massive in space, maybe some gravitational pull?
Originally posted by muzzleflash
1. No one fully understands Earth geology yet, it's still a complete mystery.
2. If they really knew what they were talking about, they could predict quakes months ahead of time.
3. But since no one can predict quakes yet, I'll remain skeptical of anyone who claims to know what is really going on.
Originally posted by Fox Molder
I'd just like to apologize to everyone....It was me, I fell out of bed and caused the tremors. I should of told you as soon as I could but it was so hard to get back up that when I did....I headed straight to the kitchen for breakfast.