posted on Jun, 25 2011 @ 08:40 AM
So am just asking a serious question for a very important topic. Something that is affecting us today and is misplacing thousands of Americans, that
are now indeed homeless.
I was doing some research and thought how odd it was that after the Japan Quake we have major flooding around the world. In the US we are being told
all this flooding is caused by a lot of rain up north and Canada blah blah. Now calculations also indicate the Japan quake should have shifted the
position of the Earth's figure axis by about 17 cm (6.69 in), towards 133 degrees east, Would this not misplace a bunch of water from one place to
another? It would move slowly since the Shifts on the earth was minimal but enough to move a large body of water. Think about it in smaller terms.
When there is water on a surface and that surface is tilted or moved the water will also move. So the earth as it tilts and moves it is logical that
water would move with it. I ask this question since am no expert in the subject, I have just done some research online which we all know could be
flawed at times. Any thoughts?
I don't think i need to put any links since am just asking a ques and I think it's Common Knowledge now that The Quake in Chile And Japan shifted
edit on 25-6-2011 by Warhacks because: (no reason given)