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Originally posted by looofo
Wow, I think we had a new "end of the world" theory every week since the beginning of the year...
... and we are still alive! And there is no end to this folklore.
Originally posted by kaleshchand
People when Harvard and Stanford Scientists are telling you this and they are not being called crazy by the rest of the world, its no longer time to take this lightly.
Originally posted by Phage
What a bunch of nonsense.
Of course no one bothers to read the articles referenced. If they did they would see that they have nothing to with an "increasing possibility that massive, 'continent killing' super-quakes will reshape the current maps of the world." Fraser-Smith talks about ULF precursors to earthquakes as a possible means of prediction. Pogrebnikov, in a paper from 1984, talks about a decrease in geomagnetic activity being associated with an increase in earthquake activity. He claims that when solar activity, and thus geomagnetic activity is low, there are more earthquakes. Both authors are talking about entirely different things and neither says anything about super-quakes.
The foolish article says that the geodynamo originates beneath the Earth's crust. It does not. It originates in the outer core, beneath the Earth's mantle, thousands of miles beneath the crust.
What "growing aberrations of the magnetic field" is he talking about?
The increasing activity of the Sun is caused by Earth's magnetic field? The author never heard of the Solar cycle?
Utter nonsense.edit on 3/21/2011 by Phage because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by Monts
Sounds a lot like those earth changes that were supposed to happen in the 90s.