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3 minutes ago, Ukshep said:

Creeping ever higher in the avg....

Yep. He wasn't kidding when he said there was a ton of M5+ shakers yesterday. I had his disaster prediction app set to alert at M5 and the phone was going off all day.

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3 minutes ago, COBO Member said:

Yep. He wasn't kidding when he said there was a ton of M5+ shakers yesterday. I had his disaster prediction app set to alert at M5 and the phone was going off all day.

It's building up. I need to look again at great earthquake prophecies... Given recent events, the times we live in and the rising avg. We may be going somewhere predictable.

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7 minutes ago, Ukshep said:

It's building up. I need to look again at great earthquake prophecies... Given recent events, the times we live in and the rising avg. We may be going somewhere predictable.

I could be wrong. But I'm betting we'll see some more volcanic eruptions in 3...2...1.

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39 minutes ago, COBO Member said:

plates shifting directions

According to this article the plates change direction every 0.5 billion years. If the earth is 4.5 billions years old then that means it's due.

https://www.bucknell.edu/academics/arts-and-sciences-college-of/academic-departments-and-programs/geology-and-environmental-geosciences/location/geologic-history-of-central-pennsylvania/plate-tectonics

Then it says......

When plate movement directions change, margins of continents can undergo drastic transformations.

Doesn't sound good for those life forms living on the surface.

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4 hours ago, Ukshep said:

It's building up. I need to look again at great earthquake prophecies... Given recent events, the times we live in and the rising avg. We may be going somewhere predictable.

What'd I say...volcanos would start spoutin' off soon:

http://hisz.rsoe.hu/alertmap/database/index.php?pageid=event_update&edis_id=VA-20180301-62068-JPN

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3 hours ago, RhetoricalRebel said:

According to this article the plates change direction every 0.5 billion years. If the earth is 4.5 billions years old then that means it's due.

https://www.bucknell.edu/academics/arts-and-sciences-college-of/academic-departments-and-programs/geology-and-environmental-geosciences/location/geologic-history-of-central-pennsylvania/plate-tectonics

Then it says......

When plate movement directions change, margins of continents can undergo drastic transformations.

Doesn't sound good for those life forms living on the surface.

Now I know I replied to this earlier. So what are "margins of continents"?

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2 hours ago, COBO Member said:

Now I know I replied to this earlier. So what are "margins of continents"?

The continental margin is one of the three major zones of the ocean floor, the other two being deep-ocean basins and mid-ocean ridges. The continental margin is the shallow water area found in proximity to continent.[1] The continental margin consists of three different features: the continental rise, the continental slope, and the continental shelf.[2] Continental margins constitute about 28% of the oceanic area.[

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Continental_margin

So basically coastal areas would be most affected.

 

 

BTW, there's a short G1 geomagnetic storm occurring right now 00:15 EDT 03/26

https://www.swpc.noaa.gov/products/notifications-timeline

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