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Originally posted by saige45
reply to post by rigel4
Yes this again... And I second your *sigh*
This thread and many, many more like it remind me of a quote:
"If you cannot dazzle them with knowledge, baffle them with bull****."
As I have stated before. There is no relationship between the gravametric pull of an object and earthquakes. While it has been pointed out that some shallow quakes have been attributed to the pull of the moon, it has not been proven (as it were). Also, since these proposed "gravity induced mega-quakes" have varying degree's of magnitude, this also can be used to prove that the theory is false. Any such "gravity induced mega-quakes" would increase in magnitude and frequency in a logarithmic manner with regards to the distance between the inbound object and the Earth. In other words, the closer the object gets, the higher the magnitude and frequency. Since the object is inbound, these "gravity induced mega-quakes" should be getting more powerful and more frequent. They are not.
Regardless of this, two objects in a three-dimensional area will always be in "alignment" simply because a line can be drawn between the two objects no matter where they sit within the defined three-dimensional area. Let's not even begin to question the affected areas as many times these affected areas have no relationship to the proposed location of the inbound object.
With a little bit of science and logical thinking, it makes sense that these things are not related; that Earthquakes have not increased in magnitude or frequency (our methods of detection have gotten and continue to get better).
-saige-edit on 20-3-2012 by saige45 because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by quelmarth
BTW- only a question... ( probably dumb one) can the supposed alignment with the centre of the galaxy (SMBHole) be the reason of why there is some "not so normal" stuff around in the solar system?
Originally posted by DaRAGE
All I hear is that he's saying a Heavy Mass object is incoming.
If a heavy mass object was incoming, we would know about it via tides... Trust me. It would cause unprecedented damage.
Originally posted by Xcalibur254
reply to post by quelmarth
Technically we are always aligned with the center of galaxy. If you referring to the alignment where it will appear that the Sun will align with the center of the galaxy that's something that happens every year. The only thing that changes is the date on which it occurs due to the wobble of the Earth.
Originally posted by Human_Alien
reply to post by oghamxx
The remnants of the asteroid belt shows us something happened that we're not quite sure of.
It's so astonishing to see so much conviction from the non-believers. It's almost as if they're scared to even contemplate this.
Originally posted by stereologist
Another thread about a non-existent new planet.
If this is the 1000th claim then it is also the 1000th failure.