Tuesday, 6 September 2011

PLANETARY TREMORS: Ripple Effect on the Pacific Ring of Fire!


Based on the list of earthquakes registered by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS), there seems to be a ripple effect happening along the Pacific Ring of Fire. So far, we have witnessed two magnitude 6 tremors on the Richter scale, with several 5s and 4s, seemingly signaling a major shift in pressure along the Pacific rim. Given, the continuous swarm of these quakes, it seems quite plausible to conclude that this effect is building up towards something quite disastrous and destructive in the coming days. 


List of earthquakes today by the USGS.
The entire rim of the Pacific seems to be undergoing pressure changes, whether from either continental drift and/or plate tectonics, that may ultimately result in massive eruptions and convulsions.


 The most vulnerable areas seems to be the Aleutian Islands in Alaska; the states of California, Virginia, Washington, Oregon and Colorado in the United States; the Sumatra region of Indonesia, Vanuatu, Chile, the Puerto Rico region and Tonga. These countries and states often have several small tremors or seismic swarms per week, with the possibility of a large-scale quake, that can cause massive damage and fatalities, increasing exponentially.


3D interpretation of today's earthquake.