Earthquake Storm

This graph does not show the full set of data for 2010 as it is still being tabulated. It shows that there was a significant increase in earthquake activity with a big jump in 1990 and continuing strongly since then with 2009 being the busiest year.
This graph does not show the full set of data for 2010 as it is still being tabulated. It shows that there was a significant increase in earthquake activity with a big jump in 1990 and continuing strongly since then with 2009 being the busiest year.

Increasing earthquakes world wide are a sign of deep seated changes

If one follows the news concerning earthquake activity, they can't help but notice that they have been escalating over the last few years. Since records started being kept form 1973 and on, 2010 turns out to be the most earthquake intense year on record with the most earthquakes of Richter 7 or more than any other year. Further, some have occurred in clusters of two or more with plenty of aftershocks. There is a very simple reason for this and it is linked to changes inside the earth. We have an earthquake storm unfolding in our midst, but this is only the beginning of far greater and wider changes.


The fact of the ongoing geomagnetic reversal is based on events going on at the center of the earth and overlaying regions. The swift changes going on with heat exchange is causing shifts of on the earths surface with dramatic results. Those who are attuned to such things, are aware that there is a dramatic speed up of tectonic separation occurring in Africa. Nearby in the Read Sea, a volcano on an island is erupting after being extinct for as long as the historical record extends into the past. In one of the most volcanically active regions in the earth in Asia Minor, a new Island rose out of the sea virtually overnight.


Then there are the confused bird migrations and strange animal occurrences going on world wide. Though many will say that this is conjecture, or the result of man made activity, many reputable people are reporting strange goings on all over the world. Some have made it into the news. A recent event in Florida caused air traffic to shut down a Florida airport due to chaotic geomagnetic fluctuations. We can expect more of the same, but that is not all. The changes going on for thousands of miles below our feet will have long term dramatic effects that are hinted at in the foregoing. In some regions, tectonic changes will speed up as in Africa, elsewhere it will stall and in others, instead of subduction, a reversal will cause effects like the collapse of hills, mountains and the sinking of some land masses as others rise up. The earth is currently undergoing a quickening pace of massive change. One of the signs is the increase of earthquakes and earthquake storms or clusters. Though we cannot say with absolute certainty just how things will turn out, there are distinct possibilities.


If the subduction of the Pacific tectonic plate on the west coast of the US reverses, pulling out instead of what has been the norm until now, then instead of pushing up the coast mountains, the pulling apart will still cause earthquakes, but also cause land collapse and tsunamis associated with that instead of piling up mountains and volcanic activity. What we have for the long term, is the piecemeal and often forecast collapse of California into the sea. Japan might suffer a similar fate, but in both cases, it is too early to say with certainty. This is the hypothetical case if events going on inside the earth continue to have seemingly unpredictable results.


An alternate idea that is suggested is earthquakes caused due to global warming, glacial meltdown and redistribution of mass on the surface of the earth, mainly in the form of water and reduced ice. This would certainly account for some of the activity, but not all of it. Melting ice does not cause geomagnetic reversal!


In other regions, active volcanoes will ether go extinct, or become more active and long extinct ones will suddenly spring to life. During this transitional period, we can continue to expect sudden and unexpected changes, which will prove to be very disruptive.


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christopheranton 5 years ago from Gillingham Kent. United Kingdom

Interesting.

Do you think that the recent spate of bird, and fish, deaths might be connected?


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syzygyastro 5 years ago from Vancouver, Canada Author

There is definitely a connection, but as to how it is mediated exactly, is something of a mystery. I think that as many have built in compasses, which has been vindicated under rigorous scientific experiments, these are now leading many birds and fish to false destinations where they end up starving or encountering something that has a mass killing effect. This is now going on planet wide and is a cause for concern. The extent of the species involved rules out disease, though that may affect some, certainly not all. Last year there were also mass die offs from walrus suicides, to starfish leaving the ocean to die in Britain, to billions of shell fish washing up to die in Pakistan. This is more of the same, only it seems to be ramping up.

I would say from the animal signs alone, that this is a good time to leave Arkansas if you can while the going is good. Something really big is about to happen there and I can't say what. Right now from the timing of the events, I give it a week, but time will tell.


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othic 5 years ago

thumbs up for scientific contents. thanks.


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claudiafox 4 years ago from Sydney, Australia

Hello syzgyastro, seems you are on the right track.

You say "changes inside the Earth", I also suggest the notion that changes inside the Earth get triggered by changes, outside the Earth.

A big area of investigation. Following you now.

I will now start to link my ten new earthquake prediction items, completed this week - to your earthquake ideas.


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syzygyastro 4 years ago from Vancouver, Canada Author

There are of course, external drivers, the moon being one of them. You will find correlations to earthquakes and the position of the moon. I have found it in all the major historic tremblers. The fact that internal changes are going on now, means that the earth is now more susceptible to earthquake activity. Human beings have also triggered them, notably in Alaska during the heyday of atom bomb testing and now with fracking.


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somethgblue 4 years ago from Shelbyville, Tennessee

Can you say Polar Shift?

Yes the Earth core is certainly changing but what planetary body is causing this to happen?

The Planetary body that has been in our solar system since 2003, Nibiru!


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syzygyastro 4 years ago from Vancouver, Canada Author

The changes within the earth are due to changes in the radioactive core that is constantly churning due to it's tremendous heat. This affects the upper layers and eventually reaches the layers where the magnetic field is generated. At one time, the core rotated slightly faster than the outer layers. What it is doing now is not yet clear, but the change of polarity definitely indicates massive restructuring below. This manifests in tectonic changes, more earthquakes and volcanic activity, much of it in unusual places thought to be free of such events. As for Nibiru, there exists several potential candidates, none of which has been clearly identified except for changes that have occurred in the outer solar system.


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somethgblue 4 years ago from Shelbyville, Tennessee

Nibiru is here there is no doubt in my mind however the cover-up of its existence is almost complete.


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syzygyastro 4 years ago from Vancouver, Canada Author

I suppose they don't want a global panic. Too bad, they have one anyway because of economic policies and a huge number of other issues. Call it a distraction if you will, but you know, a small asteroid impacting earth is enough to reset the clock. If it hits the ocean, a tsunami will arise that will compete with the legend of Noah's flood. This scenario has occurred frequently in history. The last great event happened 12,600 years ago and turned the world into ruin. It took humanity 6,000 years to crawl out of the ashes to start civilization again. A planet sized body could do far, far worse. Uranus lies on its side due to what astronomers consider to be a very close encounter with an earth sized object. I do not rule out a Nibiru like object. I'm just saying that we are already close to total chaos long before any celestial event.


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somethgblue 4 years ago from Shelbyville, Tennessee

Agreed and I suspect that the Earth is being helped by benevolent entities determined to not see this planet totally destroyed . . . as for those that live on it, who knows?

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