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Disappears stretch of beach in BCS (the lines indicate the area Missed)
Los Cabos, Baja California Sur. – Today at 5:00 am took a sort of explosion and disappeared a stretch of beach in Cabo Pulmo Los Frailes, Baja California Sur.
The municipal delegate of La Ribera (municipal seat of the area), William Sández Puppo said that such a phenomenon had never happened in the area. Reports that 20 years ago something similar happened, but never of the magnitude as that seen now.
With the arrival of the holiday of Easter, and under many families, often camping on the beach in Cabo Pulmo Los Frailes for Wednesday, Thursday and Friday of Holy Days, the delegate warns vacationers who are preparing to arrive at the area, if they do not camp out near the area of beach, then disappeared millions of tons of sand and it is unknown what had happened.
The inhabitants of the region are atonic, although it is believed that the phenomenon was caused by a fault.
Right now (10:30 PM) authorities of the place led by the municipal delegate, William Sández Puppo, they head to the area to personally aware of this phenomenon is not known if it is associated with seismic activity reported yesterday that there the prestigious newspaper Tribuna de los Cabos.
the municipal delegate, William Sández Puppo say is that it seems that this is a natural, "
He mentioned that since the beginning of the week there were indications that the sea was moving substantially in place, but what happened last night is unprecedented, as reported to have disappeared a large stretch of beach. And they are not artificially reclaimed land.
I just realized that the Michigan Crack Out Back in Menominee, MI www.youtube.com... lines up with the sites of the Wisconsin Booms. poleshift.ning.com... In addition to that, the story about the missing beach in Los Frailes, Baja, CA sur Mexico has also been bothering me all day so I decided to look at the location on a map as well. At first I saw that the beach was actually an inland beach which made no sense with regard to the possibility of something like a rogue wave being the cause of the sudden loss of beachfront. I then zoomed out and saw that it looked like Los Frailes also lines up with the Wisconsin Boom / Michigan crack line! (more) poleshift.ning.com...
MEXICO. In Los Frailes, a town in the region of Baja California South, an area of 13,000 meters of beach disappeared. The strange phenomenon was caused by specific geological event called the "cascade of sand into the sea" or "marine cascading" which are micro-earthquake and its aftershocks (tremors).
Access to the place - which is part of the polygon Cabo Pulmo National Park, environmental preservation area - was closed to residents and tourists as a security measure.
The phenomenon is a real danger for people - who can be swallowed by the sea in the event that new manifestations that simply, suddenly, can suck, to the depths, extensive portions along of the bed of beaches, draging the living beings that can, eventually - be there.
March 30, 2012 Albuquerque, New Mexico - Since February 2012, Earthfiles has received an increasing number of loud, jolting boom reports from all over North America - and one report from Latvia. So, the March 18 to March 28, 2012, persistent booms in Clintonville, Wisconsin, are part of a larger pattern that are not explained by the March 20, 2012, small 1.5 magnitude quake that USGS recorded in the vicinity of Clintonville.
Here are some of the similar loud, jolting boom reports received and organized in chronological order beginning with February 2012 and going forward in time through March 2012.
Mysterious boom heard from Soledad to Seaside, California,
at 10:51 AM on March 26, 2012.
Originally posted by Human_Alien
Come on, where is everyone? Does everyone go out on Friday nights now?
I'm just anxious to hear people's opinions!!
Damn, maybe I should've put this in the 2012 forum to garner more attention?
Originally posted by Human_Alien
This person from another forum is considering the Michigan crack from early last year (or late 2010?) and this overnight erosion phenomenon might be linked.
It's out of my comfort zone to even comment on it seeing I don't know about tectonic plates and fault lines. Can anyone with any geographical and tectonic knowledge ring in please?
,,,. I then zoomed out and saw that it looked like Los Frailes also lines up with the Wisconsin Boom / Michigan crack line! (more) poleshift.ning.com...
Originally posted by The Great Day
at first i thought it could just be a shelf that collapsed....
but a land slide(underwater) is plausible.
Originally posted by AuntB
At first reading your post I thought natural erosion but reading what was a stretch of beach is now 140 feet deep, that is huge. I am curious if further south where there has been so many quakes if they have had a significant change in the ocean's floor.
I don't really think that the Wisconsin booms are related, anyone can draw a line on the map. I do believe that there is a chance of an unnamed fault awakening in the Clintonville area. Where it goes, I will wait and see.
Thanks for this OP.