posted on Aug, 14 2012 @ 02:44 PM
There have been many threads with various theories and insights for causes of earthquakes and ways to predict them. This thread is not written in
purpose to set forth a new theory. It is just my curiosity speaking…
Ever since the authorities agreed on tidal forces having an influence on earthquakes, I have been pondering on this issue. We know that earthquakes
are a bad habit of Mother Nature to let out some steam and cause havoc at the same time. The tectonic elements and their movement is mainly caused by
the heating and cooling of the melted iron in the center of our planet, as I understand? So that’s the inner force. Some wild theories have been
speculating the possible affect of planetary conjuntions. Even data is found that somewhat backs up these theories, if you rule out coincidences. So
let’s twist this up a bit.
We know our planet has a frequency of its’ own. The Schumann resonance. As a matter of fact, there seems to be a few of them. A natural humming that
goes on, or let’s say, a heart beat. What if this resonance or more specific, the disturbances in this resonance are the key to earth crumblings?
Not all of them but some.
For a while ago I saw a Mythbuster episode where they tested Nikola Tesla’s small apparatus. The one that should make buildings fall. All natural,
just to tune in on the right frequency to get things to resonate and you’ll get results. Simple isn’t it. And they got it to work in some degree.
They got a reply from that bridge they tested on. Not a big one, but some vibrations. Everything from a very, very small machine. I immediately
thought of the moon and tides. So we have a natural ticking device in the sky. Or let’s say, the ticking happens here as the water shifts from a
high to a low, and this only with the help of the moon. What if the variations of the distances between the earth and the moon, and maybe other
planets do in fact disturb this resonance to the degree, that the whole earth crust starts to resonate, or bits and pieces of it, causing earthquakes?
What if the small changes in tide durance or timing hits the sweet spot of Mother Earth and gets her to react?
As I said in the beginning. No theory, just a thought, and I’m more than happy to read your replies on this one. For or against ☺
Hotep Hena Meroot.