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Originally posted by fictitious
reply to post by PageAlaCearl
Thanks. I was just getting it backwards. According to Frankie, I need to watch for tornadoes too. Busy week!
TX Tornado Warning - Frankie McDonald
SAN ANTONIO, Texas -- The National Weather Service says a tornado has touched down southwest of San Antonio, while thunderstorms and rain blanketed much of the state.
A tornado touched down Monday night about 25 miles southwest of San Antonio and moved northeast. The tornado was not reported to strike the city, though parts of Bexar County were placed under tornado warnings.
Reports on injuries were not immediately available.
Originally posted by nydsdan
Originally posted by underduck
I said it earlier in this thread but apparently nobody read it or just ignored it. A 5-inch pole shift isnt uncommon at all. The pole is constantly shifting. Relax. As far as the gravitational trough ... If anything was distorting space time enough to cause us problems amatuer astronomers would be able to notice the the sky was off.
Hmmmm... that is not right. What this person is saying is that it would be such a large earthquake that the Earth's axis will wobble off-center by as much as 5 inches. For comparison, the 2004 Indian Ocean (Banda Aceh) caused the Earth's rotation to wobble by as much as 1 inch. Source
Note: I am only clarifying what the person making the prediction was referencing - I am not saying there is any credence to this prediction. Personally, I do not think there will be an earthquake of such magnitude on that day. I will, however, keep an eye on the USGS site for any precursors just for good measure.