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Quake Expert: Earth Is Cracking Up

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posted on Apr, 16 2012 @ 06:22 AM
I highly suggest you all watch this video, its very pertinent to this subject

posted on Apr, 16 2012 @ 06:32 AM
Part of the signs of the end (and the second coming of Jesus Christ; no, not maitreya--he's a wicked fake):

Matt 24:7 For nation shall rise against nation, and kingdom against kingdom: and there shall be famines, and pestilences, and earthquakes, in divers places.

It is all coming to pass...see the King James 1611 bible for all the truth of shall come....
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posted on Apr, 16 2012 @ 06:50 AM
Wrong threrad my bad
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posted on Apr, 16 2012 @ 07:43 AM

Originally posted by Avalessa
reply to post by TheCoffinman

There's nothing untrustworthy about Romanians, first off. The Earth isn't cackling up, either. This weather and these quakes are apart of a cycle. The sun's behaviour is part of a cycle. Until credible websites and newspapers are brought into this discussion, this is just another conspiracy.

i disagree wholeheartedly, looking at most charts, this is NOT a simple cycle. No idea why but, everything started to change at the beginning o the 20th century.

posted on Apr, 16 2012 @ 08:00 AM

Originally posted by DissentFromDayOne
Part of the signs of the end (and the second coming of Jesus Christ; no, not maitreya--he's a wicked fake):

Maitreya is supposed to be the next Buddha, and if that turns out to be the case he won't be a "wicked fake."

To a Christian that would be the same as reading "and the next Buddha, Maitreya; no, not jesus--he's a wicked fake." So you should maybe be more clear about what you're talking about there, seeing as there's a few hundred million Buddhists that could take offence at that.

And if you guys were as good at getting positive stories to the hottest topic instead of fear porn, the hottest topic function might actually help make some positive change. If you don't know what I mean just observe the hottest topic from here on out. It's really tiresome. One story about Viking robots finding Alien life hit hottest topic the other day and lasted about 15 minutes, as opposed to say, yesterday, when the "is suicide a human right" spent all day there.

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posted on Apr, 16 2012 @ 08:10 AM
reply to post by Doalrite

A lot of people think this. I have thought it for years. I blogged about it last year.

Currently, I've got this great notion that the earth is going to go off like a kernel of popcorn. This article reaffirms that idea. What would incite this would to be either a naturally occurring event that is in relation to where we are in the galaxy; Liken it to a Summer-Autumn transition only on a larger more expansive and destructive (for humanity) scale.

Conspiratorially, this is either suppressed knowledge or so long in occurring that it is altogether unknown.

To reinforce this notion, look at the asteroid belt. You know that had to have been a planet at some point in the past. Earth can take that kind of hit too.

Just because we're human and have this idea that we are soooo special doesn't mean we are exempt from the forces of nature both known and unknown. e.g., Hurricane Katrina.

We are not all that. We function, like you implied, like parasites.
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posted on Apr, 16 2012 @ 08:13 AM
reply to post by JBRiddle

If a region is 2000 light years across, the center would be located somewhere around 1000 light years from any end.
This means that we've would have had to have been in the center for quite some time given actual time and miles. If top dead center is on Dec 21st of this year then we're pretty much at the exact center right this very minute ( given light years and distances of this magnitude. )
In fact we would have had to have been in this middle region for a really long time already. Longer than we have been alive. Light travels about 186K miles per second. ( blink, yep per second so .... how far can it go in 2000 years ??? VAST distances.) The middle of this would be vast too, so we've been there if there there is a middle to be in.

posted on Apr, 16 2012 @ 08:13 AM
I don't know if the earth is cracking up but this thread is making me crack up

The increasing quake activity of the earth can cause more liquification of the crust in areas where there is both water and salt. This quickening can be caused by increased energy of many kinds. Increasing quicksand, sink holes, landslides, avalanches, roadside washouts, etc can be expected if there are more quakes. It brings up the frequency of the earth or possibly just adds strength to whatever is there.

Adding extra energy can also make lava flows stronger. Energy itself from an erupting volcano can help liquify rock. The same holds true for fissures, the sliding plates energy can cause friction and liquify the rock temporarily. This creates ridges or sometimes mounds and elevation changes in areas. Many rocks melt at 800 degrees and resolidify at 400 degrees if other energy sources are present to excite the molecules. Sand flowing out of an hourglass or iron ore flowing down a shoot is an example of what vibrations can do. These are natural earth processes. These things are well known but people lack the insight to apply them to other things.

Will the earth crack up? Who knows and I'm not who. It would take a huge amount of energy to cause a fracking of the earth on a large scale like this. A lot of small quakes could cause volcanic activity to grow. I'm sure a good geologist with a high interest level could give a lot more information about this. That's not me. Like I said before on the quickening effect. wet, salt, and energy are needed. Our aquifers are low so groundwater is lower. I'm not sure that there is a lot of potential for a serious quickening of the earth to occur. I don't know how much energy is needed to cause rock liquification to occur either, a specialist may know.

I read a lot of articles and apply the knowledge to things I observe. Some of my perceptions are based on hours of thinking about things. I've only got about 60-80 hours of research on this subject and many hours of thinking and applying these principles. Nowhere close to the experience of a person who has been the field for thirty years and thinks about it constantly. My applications of the knowledge always require certain conditions because they are the only ones I know. There are probably other things that effect this such as the presence of oil in the mix. I have found no information about oils influence on certain rock formations. I'm sure oil needs a catalyst as water needs salt.

Don't worry, there is nothing we can do about this anyway. Just ride it out and enjoy the excitement. I don't think any world catastrophes are going to occur. Normal every millennial changes of the earth. These are not man made events at all, unless someone is doing testing of high powered explosives or somehow adding energy within the earth. Atomic testing can do that but it is supposedly regulated worldwide. Things happening outside this planet can have effects also. Saturn is approaching opposition I think. There sure are a lot of variables that effect our planet. This got a lot longer than my initial planned pun

posted on Apr, 16 2012 @ 08:17 AM
Have the COURAGE to see that you are playing a vital part in how this world goes from here on out and stop being addicted to fear porn. I'd say wake up, but that's a cliche nowadays isn't it?

We're almost halfway through 2012, if you don't believe you can be part of changing this world for the better instead of promoting negativity then you need to seriously work on letting go of some conditioning.

Yes it's hard, yes it's every day, but yes, you can and will do it if you set your minds to it.

To any of those that are sat around waiting for the end, have the balls to try changing your mindset.

Anyway, sorry about this positive interruption to your daily schedule, but I'm only talking about the future of the human race and pretty much every other species on the planet.
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posted on Apr, 16 2012 @ 08:22 AM
reply to post by karen61057

If I understand the articles I read, it takes 2600 years to make one, I think spiral, wave pattern and 13000 years to make a half. I don't know how fast we are traveling but I'm guessing it takes a few years to pass the galactic center. Present science has never experienced this, how are they going to know what actually happens. Mankind made it through it 26000 years ago, at least a few did anyway. To make the whole trip around the galaxy probably takes a long timeI gotta go find a man cave

posted on Apr, 16 2012 @ 08:24 AM
You don’t need to be a scientist to know this world is cracking up. Just read through this website for a few hours, it will be obvious.

posted on Apr, 16 2012 @ 08:35 AM

Originally posted by zooplancton
to the people that state humans are the virus or cancer of earth, you can lead the pack by offing yourself.
humans are a product of earth. our elites and governments are the cancer, not the people.

so easy for people to post such trite sentiment.

The last time I checked the people in the government & the elites are humans.

Also, its our fault for letting them keep power. This isn't all their doing, we need to man up.

posted on Apr, 16 2012 @ 08:39 AM

Originally posted by KingJod
Earthquakes are becoming more and more commen and the weather is very very strange. i have a few threads covering both.

I cant stand when people say cycles, but you know what your right.

And we as humans also have cycles, i guess this is our time to go. Its just a cycle of things.

I have looked and earthquakes are not becoming more common. If common is even the correct word to use here. I think you might mean they are occurring more frequently but still you would be incorrect. The occurrences are averaging about the same as always. People have posted the graphs to support this over and over again.

posted on Apr, 16 2012 @ 08:47 AM
Here is a nice graph

seems in some areas like the ring of fire the graph is headed north

posted on Apr, 16 2012 @ 08:51 AM
reply to post by ButterCookie

Did they now? you are sure of this?

according to the Mayan calendar there are 360 days in a Tun, 20 Tun in a Ka'tun, 20 Ka'tun in a Bak'tun (of which we are now approaching the 13th). But fear not, the Mayans planned way ahead... There are 20 Bak'tun in a Pictun, and 20 Pictun in a Kalabtun, and even 20 Kalabtun in a K'inchiltun. And if that weren't enough, there are 20 K'inchiltun in an Alautun. Which means one Alautun is roughly 63,123,288 years. But even then, they made no mention of things ending... they just stopped naming groups of years... so get over it already

2012 is just the end of the 13th bak'tun... nothing more

posted on Apr, 16 2012 @ 08:58 AM
here's another specialist...other than a 'before-its-news' that many disparage

Kerry Sieh, director of the Earth Observatory of Singapore, told Reuters.

"It's a really an exceptionally large and rare event," he said.

"Besides it being the biggest strike-slip earthquake ever recorded, the aftershock is the second biggest as far as we can tell," said Sieh, who has studied the seismically active, and deadly, fault zones around Sumatra for years.

Strike-slip quakes involve the horizontal movement of colliding earth plates, and are typically less powerful than those where there is vertical movement. They are also less likely to trigger big tsunamis, or tidal waves....

well... whatever the 'Earth Observatory' is in Singapore

these Strike-slip movements are not a matter of the earths crust 'cracking' it is rather a process of one subducting landmass slipping down into the molten mantle and the land mass that is on the top springing back into place

at the Indonesian Strike-Slip fault zone, the 1 cm per year 'sinking' of the land should be capable of being measured...and whenever the land 'sinks' more than 1 cm per year then earthquake warnings should be issued that say a earthquake is imminent....
or maybe 'lubricate' the stressed area to prevent a major Strike-Slip from shifting the earth anywhere from 20-75 feet all at once

oh, the source:

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posted on Apr, 16 2012 @ 09:05 AM
reply to post by robhines

Yes, and Nostradamus said there would come aKing of Europe, one of Asia and one of the Southern people.. Buddha is in the east, Jesus is in the west, so why not both?..


86 Like a griffin will come the King of Europe, Accompanied by those of Aquilon:He will lead a great troop of red ones and white ones, And they will go against the King of Babylon.

Just my two cents, no truth can be offered..

posted on Apr, 16 2012 @ 09:35 AM
maybe the earth with its iron core is like a car engine. The gas and oil is held within it for a reason, and the more we drain it of it's lubrication the more we will dry it out and screw it up? Eventually all we will be left with is a dry planet that starts to crack and break because it needs those things to stay settled, maybe the increase in earthquakes is a sign that the planet is struggling to run smoothly due to us draining it of it's necessary life blood.

posted on Apr, 16 2012 @ 09:37 AM
OK I didn't read all the replies but wanted to make a comment on the 26000/52000 yr cycle. I thought if memory serves me correctly that we travel in a oscillating motion up and down against the plane of the galaxy. It takes 26000 to reach the highest point in that oscillation and another 26000 to come back down and so on and so forth. When we are on the down (or up) because I can't remember if it is a high or a low and tbh it doesn't really matter since it depends from which way you look at it (no real up or down in the universe). So if this is what is being talked about there is no reason not to believe a 26000 year half cycle with somewhat related events taking place based on the surrounding magnetic fields or something to that effect. However The galaxy is also in motion probably also wobbling,, oscillating and circulating and circling so which could account for some events reoccuring but with slightly different magnitudes and outcome. Every wave if you like is not exactly the same as the other There may be a larger cycle of millions and billions of years too which could explain events recorded in earths history. Anyone know how often extiction events occur and how the fall within a supposed 26000/52000 yr recurrence? If we find that they coicide then maybe there is a theory?

Just my 2 cents.

Oh! If someone would take the time to calculate all the cycles we've found so far such as the sun 11 year cycle, 180 day cycle and what ever other cycles we can find , see if we can find cycles coiciding causing 'special' events then maybe we are on to something? (We as in humanity at large)

But I guess the mayan calendar already took care of that? And if you think it sounds silly well what is the natural shape of things, and what goes around that does not come around?

P.S Sorry about the spelling my fingers are bilingual and dyslexic in both languages

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posted on Apr, 16 2012 @ 10:14 AM
reply to post by lonewolf19792000

Hey, where did you read that about 2030? I wanted to get out of this hell anyway lol but thats kind of been my fear for awhile living on the coast of a sea level seems plausible :/ I feel like we're due for some hurricanes unfortunately too this summer, it's been too quiet these past 5 years or so ha

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