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Originally posted by ressiv
reply to post by Phage
if the magnetic forces are so low....wat force is holding the planets in orbit round the sun...?
the moon is moving away from earth.... so earth's mag.field cant keep the moon in orbit...
that would implicate that the solar planets are also moving away from the sun...
good news will be :
if the sun becomes once an red giant ... earth will be still exist couse it moved away from the sun....
Originally posted by radpetey
Have you guys thought about the possibility that this little swarm off the coast of Sendai are all precursors to a subduction monster??
Home > Japan Tsunami Marine Debris > Japan Tsunami Marine Debris Map
Japan Tsunami Marine Debris: Confirmed Sightings
Since the tsunami, NOAA has received over 1,000 reports of debris from the general public and partners at sea and on shore. While many of these debris objects may fit the profile of tsunami debris, only a few can be traced back to the disaster with 100 percent certainty based on a clear "fingerprint," such as a government registration or personal information. The items mapped below are the debris NOAA has "confirmed," through partners or Japan consulates, to be tsunami debris. Click on the icons for more information. *Note: You may need to zoom in to see multiple icons.
6.3 263km SSW of Avalon, California 2012-12-14 10:36:02 31.213°N 119.560°W 11.3
2012-12-14 10:36:02 UTC
2012-12-14 02:36:02 UTC-08:00 at epicenter
2012-12-14 05:36:02 UTC-05:00 system time
31.213°N 119.560°W depth=11.3km (7.0mi)
263km (163mi) SSW of Avalon, California
269km (167mi) WSW of Rosarito, Mexico
276km (171mi) WSW of Imperial Beach, California
277km (172mi) SW of Coronado, California
746km (464mi) WSW of Phoenix, Arizona
John E. Ebel, Professor; Director, Weston Observatory
Ph.D. California Institute of Technology (1981)
A.B. Harvard University (1975)
Originally posted by tluna1
reply to post by Anmarie96
I only worry because my mom is going to San Diego for xmas and dont want her sliding off into the ocean
A major portion of central and southern California has disappeared beneath the sea. It seems to have been caused by the local and state governments that have been leaning too far to the left for so long that the already geologically unsound parts of California just capsized and sank beneath the waves.
Scientists claim that this process was hastened by the huge part of Mexico that has migrated north and added a tremendous burden to the affected areas.
Pres. Calderon has declared it the worst Mexican disaster in history.
Fortunately much of the rest of California was held in place by red tape.
Originally posted by sled735
Originally posted by Anmarie96
reply to post by muzzy
No Muzzy we still have 16 + hours Here is the countdown clock
Isn't that the clock for the UK time? Here is the one for most the world, I think.