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Originally posted by iamlizzyb
reply to post by Aggie Man
Actually, you would think that, but reports of occurances like this have happened before with no quake or noise. In Alaska, 2 or so years ago, they had a huge area rise up from under the water overnight, with no quake.
I am not saying this happened or not, but anything is possible.edit on 19-2-2011 by iamlizzyb because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by Chadwickus
reply to post by Human_Alien
Think about it you say.
Did you think about how ridiculous the sea floor moving up 2 miles is?
Don't you think that us Australians and Kiwis would have noticed such a thing?
As for Greenland and some sort of shift that you think is going on, it hasn't shifted, if Greenland has moved, then many, many siesmologists and astronomers would be up in arms, because of all the seismic activity going on as well as all the stars and planets wouldn't be where they should be.
The sun is where it should be, even in Greenland.
There was no 2 mile rise in the sea bed.
Maybe you are the one who needs to think about it?
edit on 19/2/11 by Chadwickus because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by 9Cib27
I find it suspicious that there are so many people trying to say "this didn't happen" and "this is a malfunction". PROVE it's a malfunction. OTHERWISE I have proof the sea floor just rose 2 miles.
It's a pocket of magma people.
one reason that there may appear to be much less beach has to do more with the moon and high tide and not the ocean swallowing the land.
Originally posted by Human_Alien
Originally posted by grumpydaysleeper
what does that mean? Is that so unusual?
It sure doesn't sound usual.
I really posted this after my little venture to the beach today. There is hardly any beach left. I know this happens from time to time but the other day there were thousands of dead jellyfish on the little bit of beach too. Is this normal? Really?
The ocean, from my layman's prospective, looks like it's swallowing the land. I know that's a little dramatic but from the steps to the Ocean from the parking lot there was maybe 15' of beach (bulkhead). That is not how it's been over the last 7 years of me being down here.
I don't know. I'm just being observant yet devoid any conclusion.