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chile earthquake caused shorter days.

Discussion in 'Up to the Minute' started by laura08, Mar 2, 2010.

  1. laura08

    laura08 New Member

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    SunnieRN Active Member

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    Not trying to be a dooms dayer, but did anyone see 2012 and wonder with all the large earthquakes lately?
     
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    I thought today went by faster than usual! I was like,"Where did the day go?" Now I know! :crazy:
     
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    SheWhoMustNotBeNamed Former Member

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    Dang. There already wasn't enough time in the day.

    Oh the things I could have done with that 1.26 milliseconds.
     
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    Hi SunnyRN I found this on the 2012 phenomena..found it interesting. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2012_phenomenon and also the ring of fire..the volcanoes close to the equator(I think)..havent shown much action. I believe they are mentioned by Nostradamus. When the 8.8 hit Chile I thought the same thought...hmmmm.
     
  6. gogrannypop

    gogrannypop Call Me Butter, I'm On A Roll

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    i'm reading the (humprh) book 2012 now. If any lenses pop out of the ground, I'll know we're doomed.

    Something is going on, though.....
     
  7. SunnieRN

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    Fun read, thank you for the link!
     
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    According to the NEIC, earthquakes are not actually increasing in number, but have remained fairly constant over the last century. On average there are about 50 earthquakes per day. Due to more stations and better global communication, we are just hearing more about them than ever before. Here's a link from them that explains it well.

    http://earthquake.usgs.gov/learn/faq/?faqID=110
     

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