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Scientists are sounding the alarm: the mysterious cracks appear across the planet

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posted on Mar, 15 2011 @ 10:28 PM
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Looking at all of these cracks, all I can think is I'm pretty sure they got it wrong when they were teaching me how the grand canyon was formed.




posted on Mar, 16 2011 @ 02:01 AM
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Sure as hell Op nice find ,this is what I have been referring to since jan 9th in my thread www.abovetopsecret.com...
interesting back up info section of all the weirdness
www.abovetopsecret.com...
This is a ongoing event that preceded this tragic earth displacement and there have been signs prior,the bird die offs and wildlife anomalies are linked,the earth is moving in ways of biblical proportions.A lot of strange events recorded and posted in most of my threads apart from the philosphers corner one where I grew a beard and am still twiddling my thumb on my chin.I blame nasa !

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posted on Mar, 16 2011 @ 03:02 AM
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Here's another link for the Expanding Earth Theory - www.expanding-earth.org...

It's a very interesting theory and in lots of ways tends to lean toward common sense - take a look.



posted on Mar, 16 2011 @ 03:14 AM
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Originally posted by Seekeye2
Here's another link for the Expanding Earth Theory - www.expanding-earth.org...

It's a very interesting theory and in lots of ways tends to lean toward common sense - take a look.

listen up ,you should start a thread with this data in fragile earth as a curiousity to enlighten more members to the scientific geoligists new discoveries,seriously !This is good stuff
And heres a good thread on this subject,allbeit a subjective discussion. www.abovetopsecret.com...
Gringo

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posted on Mar, 16 2011 @ 07:40 AM
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www.ucs.louisiana.edu...

I know there is a lot of "connect-the-dots" going on but I would like to add something that I feel could be related to your research.

If you read Dr. Whitmire's paper from February on the theoretical existence of a brown dwarf companion. Read through his papers on sedna too.

If this object is out there it could fit the 24,000,000 year precession debate to rest as well as explain the Schumann resonance increasing and your expanding earth.

We are accelerating towards the speed of light. Here me out. The sun is traveling around our galaxy at x speed, carrying us with it. The galaxy is traveling at y speed. And our sun is accelerating exponentially faster toward its now very close sister star. I read somewhere once that the SR of the earth cannot reach 13 Hz because it would require the earth to be infinitely massive or be traveling the speed of light. But correct if I'm wrong but we only recognized this phenomenon in 1952 and we have seen an exponential curve in it's rate from a once believed constant of 8.7 Hz in 1970 to 12.1 Hz today. We aren't getting any bigger or at least not accruing enough mass to account for this. We are accelerating.

The universe seeming to be accelerating away from us. It's truly impossible to make that conclusion from one point in the universe. You can't judge without first knowing our true position in space.

Well, we clearly don't know our place in our galaxy. The failed wobble theory trying to explain why the stars in the sky change but the planets do not. Really, think about it we have written decades of revisions to this theory to try to make it fit reality. It simply does not. If we had a 24 million year binary partner it would not only easily explain this, it's just plain obvious. The reason the planets don't change in the sky the same way as the stars is because they just don't. Our pole is magnetically influenced by the fact that our two stars could be anti-polar thus effecting our south and north pole by exerting force against our magnetic gyro.

Gap in the asteroid belt? I got that. Both stars have gaps in there belt from close approach where the star passes through that odd tube in the oort cloud and the asteroid belts collide over 4.5 billion years this process has left the gap we see now.

Earth expansion theory. I have a couple on this. It could be possible that the gravity of the on coming star has a similar effect as Jupiter upon its moons, physically stretching the planet. There are theories that the earth is a georeactor cored planet. In that case our acceleration alone explains expansion, global warming (do some digging and there are some people saying observations point toward warming trends on all of the planets in our solar system. Clearly, we are not releasing CO2 on all the other planets and yet they warm with us. If there were a reactor within the earth our acceleration would alter the nature of a fission reactor of that scale in ways I could never dream of calculating. Point is that the super dense core of the earth containing so much more mass compared to the outside expansion would be the only way to allow such a georeactor to even exist.

Neptune's odd orbit and on and on and on. I think we all need to step back and really question why they would wait until this year to announce all this, when Whitmire and many other out spoken scientists have been showing evidence since the 1970's?

And before someone crawls up my back... No, I see no way this could be related to a 3600 year event and the Maya. Nor am I saying there are aliens coming. Although, that is possible but so improbable it makes current events in Japan seem routine and they are anything but. I am however saying there is a mountain of evidence pointing us right in the face.

When this becomes a unified theory I would just like a bump.


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posted on Mar, 16 2011 @ 07:45 AM
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[Wrong thread]
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posted on Mar, 16 2011 @ 08:22 AM
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Exactly what I think Mianeye. The earth is moving, maybe a displacement theory??? If the earth moves like it does in subduction zones, then maybe it needs to replace the size by splitting. An analogy of that would be a man who has a waistline of 60 inches does his laundry, and when he's down he realizes he shrunk his pants by 2 inches. What happens when he puts his pants on, they rip to fit.
This is just my idea of possibly a displacement theory on earth;s crust.



posted on Mar, 16 2011 @ 08:52 AM
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Originally posted by aboveATS
ok can someone debunk this or is this real?

thewatchers.adorraeli.com...
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Mod Edit: Do not simply post links in the forums without comment. If you feel inclined to make the board aware of a site/article, please post the first paragraph, a link to the entire story, AND your opinion, twist or take on the item.
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I'm afraid I don't understand. You need a forum to help you form an opinion on an article? You can't make up your own idea of what is being said?
The article simply states that cracks are opening up all over the world and scientists don't really know why. Nothing to debunk.



posted on Mar, 16 2011 @ 08:55 AM
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This video was posted by someone else in another thread, but I think it has relevance on the topic.



Makes sense to me.



posted on Mar, 16 2011 @ 09:54 AM
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That part about the earth becoming a gas giant in 300 million years is a revelation in and of itself. Recent deep space images have shown gas giants existing within close proximity of there stars. A generally, accepted idea would be a planetary orbit degradation could bring a body that formed further out. I've often wondered if a star could give off enough neutrons to cause a solid body to expand to a gaseous one. My reasoning being that an object in a degrading orbit would fall into it's star and a gas giant could not form in direct competition with the gravitational mass of the same star at that distance. It's a fun thought. The math to prove such a thing would take far more patient minds than my own. They will have a lot to explain to us if expansion theory finds credible evidence.
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posted on Mar, 16 2011 @ 12:15 PM
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Originally posted by smurfy
There are some funny people here, I don't think. the OP is asking for info and all that is received is rubbish, apart from a Mod. That includes two newbies who contribute zilch. According to the ESA, (the link is actually contained on the OP's link) This is a rare occurrence,

www.esa.int...

Now, they may be talking a specific?? kind of earthcrack, but I don't know about that. So if anyone can enlarge on that. Thanks to the OP for the post.


Here is an article written in 2004 suggesting that the 8.2/8.4 magnitude earthquake in Peru caused new cracks to observed in Southern Peru :

"In the desert region around the coastal city of Ilo, the great southern Peru earthquake of June 23, 2001 (8.2–8.4 moment magnitude), produced intense and widespread ground-failure effects. These effects included abundant landslides, pervasive ground cracking, microfracturing of surficial hillslope materials, collapse of drainage banks over long stretches, widening of hillside rills, and lengthening of first-order tributary channels. "

www.pnas.org...

So far from having scientist scratching their heads the cracks in Peru were already observed at least 7 years ago, and any new cracks are most likely from the same event having weakened the area previously.

As for these things being rare events......well perhaps......but then again a magnitude 9 quake and resulting 30 ft Tsunami is rare......but it has happened before and I'm not just referring to the Boxing day tsunami either.


So the culprit looks like a simple earthquake.......no mystery after all!

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posted on Mar, 16 2011 @ 01:52 PM
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Yeah you have some interesting perpectives and agree totally with the expansion of universe and planetoids as posted by myself somewhere ,i can`t recall where,afterall our own sun will become large,a red giant in the future,although it is well known this is because it won`t be able to feed itself properly stripping hydrogen from space and begin to age and die feeding off whatever it has left,however it ages and dies because of the emmense energy of the expanding accelerating spacetime and its nemesis gravity.Gravity is weak but at focal points throughout the universe it is intenselly strong.There is also the possibility that once the universe totally expands(stretches)out that both gravity and the electromagnetic spacetime will equal each other in strength with massive increases in numbers of black holes , all matter will crush into nothingness.This will be the case but if a multiverse exudes gravity into ours then a multiple spread out big bang reoccurs ,recreating the whole initial elements hydrogen,helium and then deuterium and eventually all the 92 elements of the periodic table and a whole new universe and whole new world..
As for the brown dwarf ,extensive observation are being made but there is still allusive as non are near enough,there is a dark energy galaxy relatively close to our galaxy that is yielding some possible affect to our sun and galaxy,but the jury is still out as there are other parameters in the mix,like the sun going into a new clouded region of our milky way,with its own unique properties of frozen objects and asteroids that could also affect the sun..and us ,ultimately.
Thanks Peace gringo



posted on Mar, 16 2011 @ 01:57 PM
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Originally posted by 1curious1
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On the first day of this tragedy, there was a story about 150 mile long, 50 mile wide crater that had opened up in Japan. Haven't heard of word of this since that time. I know that's what happens in an earthquake, but that did seem really large!


Yeah, I remember this as well. It seemed strange to me, as the quake in Japan was described as a collision between two plates. I would expect a tear or a gash at the epicenter to appear where plates separate, but not where they collide. Then again, I'm no geologist. I just thought it strange. Not so strange that the story disappeared, though. The nuke disaster seems to have dominated the 24 hour news cycle, leaving the navel-gazing that goes on in a disaster aftermath to be passed by.

I'll be curious to see photos or videos of this crack. I'm surprised they have such detailed information on it (unless it's only mathematical theory developed using models and simulation) but there haven't been any images released.



posted on Mar, 16 2011 @ 02:01 PM
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Originally posted by Logical one
Here is an article written in 2004 suggesting that the 8.2/8.4 magnitude earthquake in Peru caused new cracks to observed in Southern Peru :

"In the desert region around the coastal city of Ilo, the great southern Peru earthquake of June 23, 2001 (8.2–8.4 moment magnitude), produced intense and widespread ground-failure effects. These effects included abundant landslides, pervasive ground cracking, microfracturing of surficial hillslope materials, collapse of drainage banks over long stretches, widening of hillside rills, and lengthening of first-order tributary channels. "

www.pnas.org...

So far from having scientist scratching their heads the cracks in Peru were already observed at least 7 years ago, and any new cracks are most likely from the same event having weakened the area previously.

As for these things being rare events......well perhaps......but then again a magnitude 9 quake and resulting 30 ft Tsunami is rare......but it has happened before and I'm not just referring to the Boxing day tsunami either.


So the culprit looks like a simple earthquake.......no mystery after all!

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Hi,
Thanks for the link, an interesting story. Lake Titicaca though, is at an elevation of 12500 ft and the rock is nearly all volcanic, with some sedimentary surface rock. It's hard to equate this particular area then to the same scenario as the link describes, so it is still something of a mystery, and the Andes are still rising.

More reading here,

globalwarming-arclein.blogspot.com...
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posted on Mar, 16 2011 @ 02:18 PM
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Originally posted by 1curious1
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Oh dear, you're about to catch a load of bashing for no links or evidence to back it up. I learned that the hard way. So, this is my polite way of saying, edit your post and tell us where you read that information.

: )


He/She seems to be an member since 2009 and may know what he is talking about but he should elaborate more
Ok Op which scientists and where?



posted on Mar, 16 2011 @ 02:27 PM
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i've been following this website regarding earth changes and stuff. they did post a blog regarding the fissures..i'm sure we can find more sources if we just look for it ourselves.

theextinctionprotocol.wordpress.com...



posted on Mar, 16 2011 @ 04:30 PM
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Originally posted by smurfy
Hi,
Thanks for the link, an interesting story. Lake Titicaca though, is at an elevation of 12500 ft and the rock is nearly all volcanic, with some sedimentary surface rock. It's hard to equate this particular area then to the same scenario as the link describes, so it is still something of a mystery, and the Andes are still rising.


No problem about the link smurfy.

The original link was about the cracks appearing in Southern Peru, and it looks like those cracks or certainly the reason for any subsequent cracks had already been discussed back in 2004, so it seems as far as the Peru cracks are concerned there is no real mystery.

Lake Ticiaca is a different story, and I haven't looked into it, but I think there is a danger of linking all these separate events together and assuming that they are all due to the same cause.



posted on Mar, 16 2011 @ 06:37 PM
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Originally posted by Logical one

Originally posted by smurfy
Hi,
Thanks for the link, an interesting story. Lake Titicaca though, is at an elevation of 12500 ft and the rock is nearly all volcanic, with some sedimentary surface rock. It's hard to equate this particular area then to the same scenario as the link describes, so it is still something of a mystery, and the Andes are still rising.


No problem about the link smurfy.

The original link was about the cracks appearing in Southern Peru, and it looks like those cracks or certainly the reason for any subsequent cracks had already been discussed back in 2004, so it seems as far as the Peru cracks are concerned there is no real mystery.

Lake Ticiaca is a different story, and I haven't looked into it, but I think there is a danger of linking all these separate events together and assuming that they are all due to the same cause.


But this is the same area Huacullani, containing Titicaca. I am of the same mind as you though, not all the same cause.




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