soooooooooooo…. they said we have nothing to worry about… with all the hype of the obvious "2012" thing, but more specifically, the fact that the earth is going through a lot more the past few years is pretty bad.

tell me this doesn’t add up to something?
-note- the stats aren’t as high as past years, but this year isn’t even half way over and already it’s above half the other years.

another thing – the chile earthquake shifted the earth’s axis, and our days are shorter by a fraction of a second, i know not to worry about a fraction of a second, but eventually it adds up… 1/50th of a second is a whole second in just 50 days, a minute in a couple years, and will eventually add up to an hour to a whole day to a couple days, to a week, to a month, to a couple months to half a year, to a whole year (that’s giving the half a second or whatever it is, hundreds of years to take away a whole years worth of time)… i plan on living a long healthy life, so why would i want a day or two taken out of my routine?

no, i’m not being paranoid… frankly, i don’t give a crap. i just wanted to post a question to make people think. SO please don’t put up "omg you’re so dumb" "wow you need to kill yourself" "wtf you believe everything you read" answers.

ten points will go to the person who puts the most thought into their answer… thus, you won’t get 10 points by posting "posting for points" because that’s not going to get you anywhere.
i applaud you dylan, although, you’re a dick… so i have to give you a thumbs down.
gexi… i’ll be with you in hell because i don’t believe in it either LOL and i don’t think the world is gonna end ^^ i’m not into following the rest of the obvious cattle into the cage so we can be slaughtered. but, i don’t believe nothing is going to happen.. i’d rather be undecided because that way whatever happens happens and i can accept it either way.

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I’m writing a research paper and I need to know how far from the earth’s crust the epicenter of the earthquake in Chile. Anyone have any idea? If you have a website that says it could you give me the link too so I can site my sources?

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Geologists say that there’s gonna be a Mega earthquake in Southern California very soon since there hasn’t been one since the 1700’s now.. they say that tension in the earth’s crust is rising and that the consequences qould be a total devastation of LA and San Francisco. Do you think its true?

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Where on earth has the most earthquakes and volcanic eruptions?

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Wake Up!……. For Jesus Christ specially said that “earthquakes in one place after another” would mark “the conclusion of the system of things.”—Matt. 24:3, 7.

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(Matthew 24:36-42) 36 “Concerning that day and hour nobody knows, neither the angels of the heavens nor the Son, but only the Father. 37 For just as the days of Noah were, so the presence of the Son of man will be. 38 For as they were in those days before the flood, eating and drinking, men marrying and women being given in marriage, until the day that Noah entered into the ark; 39 and they took no note until the flood came and swept them all away, so the presence of the Son of man will be.

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Earthquakes produce two kinds of seismicwaves: he longitudinal primary waves (called P waves) and the transverse secondary waves (called S waves). Both S waves and P waves travel through Earth’s crust and mantle, but at different speeds; the P waves are always faster than the S waves, but their exact speeds depend on depth and location. For the purpose of this exercise, we assume the P wave’s speed to be 8480 m/s while the S waves travel at a slower speed of 4510 m/s.If a seismic station detects a P wave and then 67.2 s later detects an S wave, how far away is the earthquake center? Answer in units of km.

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Okay, there have been a lot of earthquakes recently: a small on in Chicago, the one in Haiti, one in Chile, one in Mexico and one near Tibet, and now there’s volcanic activity in Iceland, which is basically a little chunk of land on a fault line. All of the earthquakes except for the 2.5 one in
Chicago have been above 7.0 in magnitude. Does this mean something’s going on with the earth’s crust?

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as of late would this mean that the Earth is under pressure internally and needs to release the pressure being heated up over time which in turn would make the Earth’s surface warmer also ? Any links to studies on this matter ? Just curious.
After reading what i typed i meant all the volcanoes erupting lately and if there is a correlation to the Earth heating up. Sorry about that, lol.
Thx Trevor
Thx Antarcticice for the informative link.

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Not just the earthquakes and volcanoes but what about theses lights falling from the sky and all these comets appearing in the night sky this year? It’s like Earth gone wild 2010 edition. I am not feeding for conspiracies,if some one has a deep educational explanation I want to know.

If you want to know what I talking about,with the lights and comets falling
If you want to see the list seismic activity that has happened with year

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have the earth always been quaking?

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