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Originally posted by theabsolutetruth
reply to post by Trueman
here's a report from Peru, as said before, geo couldn't attribute it to any known quake in the area....
the location is mentioned on this link also.
edit on 26-2-2011 by theabsolutetruth because: (no reason given)
Two mud volcanoes have been recently documented near Tiracoma, in the district of Cabana, province of San Roman, department of Puno, Peru. Herein, these mud volcanoes are referred to as Tiracoma 1 and Tiracoma 2.
Sudden seismic activity caused a "mega-mudslide" in the Bolivian capital of La Paz Sunday, the country's state news agency reported.
Originally posted by crazydaisy
The cracks found in Michigan was earth and what looked like mud holes and cracks with a temperature change present. I wonder if temperature readings took place in Peru? Either way it indicates pressure being applied from some source for this to happen. I do hope they find the 5 year that is missing.
Landslides do not stop in the city of La Paz, landslides in areas of Pampajasi Low, Kupini I and II, Kallapa, Sector Brewery, Bridge Irpavi II and Valle de Las Flores causing great desperation among the residents of those neighborhoods.
Those affected by landslides in recent days receive help from the staff of the Mayor, the military, the police and volunteers.
People continue to leave the houses in the affected areas as areas of increased risk. Those affected require the presence of national, departmental and municipal governments to closely monitor landslides and provide more aid to thousands of victims.
Reports indicate that each hour the earth gives an inch in the affected districts on the eastern slope.
With an average of sliding of an inch for every hour that passes, the ground movement is still active in Kupini as geologists of the Municipal Government of La Paz estimated, It had moved 100 hectares (247 acres) of the eastern slope
Landslide extends to three areas.
Disasters reported in eight areas of the east side of La Paz, suffering one of the worst earth movements in recent years. Yesterday, three areas were affected by landslides and remains latent danger, officials said.
Caliri, Jokoni and Irpavi II are areas that arrived yesterday geodynamic movement, the fact is almost uncontrollable and still active, according to reports.
Originally posted by CLPrime
This means the universe is "flat", which also matches observations of the paths of parallel light staying parallel. It also means the universe will not collapse back in on itself. Instead, it will continue expanding. "Critical density" doesn't have the ominous implication's you're implying.
Scientists find first evidence that many universes exist
The idea that there are many other universes out there is not new, as scientists have previously suggested that we live in a “multiverse” consisting of an infinite number of universes. The multiverse concept stems from the idea of eternal inflation, in which the inflationary period that our universe went through right after the Big Bang was just one of many inflationary periods that different parts of space were and are still undergoing. When one part of space undergoes one of these dramatic growth spurts, it balloons into its own universe with its own physical properties. As its name suggests, eternal inflation occurs an infinite number of times, creating an infinite number of universes, resulting in the multiverse.
These infinite universes are sometimes called bubble universes even though they are irregular-shaped, not round. The bubble universes can move around and occasionally collide with other bubble universes. As Feeney, et al., explain in their paper, these collisions produce inhomogeneities in the inner-bubble cosmology, which could appear in the CMB. The scientists developed an algorithm to search for bubble collisions in the CMB with specific properties, which led them to find the four circular patterns.