Does every earthquake that we have cause the O-zone layers to shift as well?

  1. Brandon Martin profile image77
    Brandon Martinposted 5 years ago

    Does every earthquake that we have cause the O-zone layers to shift as well?

    I was watching a video on the tsunami's devastation back in 2009. I think of everything as connected, so, when the earth and water shifted, the air must have too I would think.

    In addition, does the gravitational pull of our planet shift as well due to changes in Eath's magnetic field?
    Is it possible for the axis to tilt in another direction due to changes in Earth's magnetic field?

  2. whonunuwho profile image78
    whonunuwhoposted 5 years ago

    Scientists say that the global predicament of melting glaciers is causing much more pressure on geographical regions due to added weight, where fault lines are located and thus we are experiencing more and stronger quakes. I believe this could well have an effect on all phases of the earth including tilting and rotation. I do not believe that it will be enough to cause major shifts in the axis or any thing related to reversal of rotation, which seems to be a dilemma on the minds of many. The ozone layers are only effected by sunlight(ultra violet rays) and pollution from major industries and tail pipes of vehicles that pour exhaust wastes into the atmosphere.all around the planet.  You are right, everything is connected. Many people do not realize that extreme waste dumping of poisonous chemicals and devastation of the life cycles, as well as air pollution are all interconnected and greatly influence, not only climate, but available fish that feed the world, as well as changing currents that well have a huge effect on many ecological as well as geological functions around the globe.