Earth's Axis has changed

October 3, 2018

10-2018 Quakes Cannot Cause Tsunami’s

Filed under: axis change,Disasters,Earthquakes,Quakes,tsunami — mmc7 @ 1:04 pm

Every scientist and seismologist will tell you that Earthquakes cause Tsunamis. They are all wrong. They are lacking engineering skills to understand how things interact. Did you ever notice how many times they issue a tsunami warning after a quake and nothing happens? Even when the quake is of identical strength and location of an earlier quake which accompanied a tsunami.

With only a few exceptions which I will explain later, Tsunamis preceded by water receding from a shoreline or beaches followed by a surge of waves are almost always caused by an abnormal movement of the planet. Abnormal, meaning other than the normal rotation or normal orbit. Abnormal such as an axis shift of the tilt angle, change in speed or interference of rotation or orbit, or orientation, etc.

Quakes cannot cause water to recede from the beaches or coastlines. Quakes can only push water. Usually in multiple directions because they tend to occur in a rocking motion. Waves generated by a quake usually occur in two or more directions or circular like a rock thrown in a pond. These pushed waves usually peter out within a few hundred miles and can pose a threat to coastlines and shipping within a few hundred mile radius. However, quakes cannot cause the water to recede from beaches or coastlines. They are limited to about 10 meters in height. Only a planetary shift such as an axis tilt change or an abnormal movement of the earth such as a disturbance of the rotation or orbit can cause the oceans to recede from the shoreline. This lack of understanding has caused the tsunami warning sensors to be misplaced and hundreds of false tsunami warnings to be made while missing genuine tsunami threats.

In most cases it is a shift in our axis tilt caused by the melting ice in the Antarctic which acts as a gyroscopic anchor to maintain the angle of our tilt. When the ice melts at the South Pole, the axis shifts. Usually in small increments. But if a larger chunk of ice is lost, then a larger shift occurs.

In Dec 2004, our planet suddenly shifted northward from Africa to southeast Asia. The water receded backward away from the beaches toward the south along this entire 2000 mile coastline by inertia. When the planetary shift stopped, the water surged northward toward the beaches in a huge tsunami wave which killed over 250,000 people.

To see how this works, take a long rectangular pan and place about 2 inches of water in it. Then pull it quickly across a smooth, level sidewalk and see how the water is pulled toward the back of the pan. Then stop pulling and see how the water surges forward. This is how the planetary shift causes the water to recede from the beaches, then surge forward with huge tsunami tidal waves.

The reason the scientific community is confused about the tsunami’s is because the shifting of the planet causes unstable tectonic plates to bump into each other, usually  generating a quake above 7.0. Most significant tsunamis accompany quakes of 8.0 to 9+ when the shift disturbs the plates. However, the quake vibration travels faster than the water surges and the quakes reach the monitors first. So the scientific community falsely believes the quake must be the cause since they saw it appear on the monitors first. The quake actually occurred simultaneously with the receding water of the tsunami when the earth shifted. The duration of the shift can be measured by the time it takes for the water to recede from the beaches until the water starts to return as a tsunami surge. The abruptness of the planetary shift, duration and sudden stop will dictate the size and speed of the returning tsunami surge.

As of now, the tsunami sensors and warning systems are wholly inadequate and erroneously placed since they do not understand how a planetary shift causes the tsunamis… not by the quakes if the water receded from the beaches. Quakes can cause waves up to about 10 meters over a short distance of a few hundred miles or across a bay or gulf.

Water reversal sensors should be placed about a half mile away from any beach which has ever had a tsunami occur, to detect receding water (water flowing backward away from the beaches or shoreline). The sensors should be placed every 5 miles along any beaches or coastlines which have ever had a tsunami in the past. When the reversal of water receding from the beaches is detected, the sensors should automatically wirelessly activate an automated tsunami warning siren system and recorded voice instructions in the local native language and English, warning people to immediately seek higher ground. This system should have battery backup in case a quake destroys the power grid.  Everything should be earthquake braced and placed on a structure which can withstand violent quakes of 9.0 or worse. This should all be automated to avoid human errors and delays. Without this system, people will wander onto the beaches to look at the receded water while the authorities stand around scratching their heads. The warning should be broadcast at least 5-10 miles in each direction of the affected coastline or along every coast where the water has receded and detected by the sensors. This is an inexpensive system and easy to install. The sensors need some type of solar or other power with long life rechargeable batteries in a waterproof container and placed inside a buoy. Do not use the sensors which measure the height of the water from the bottom of the sea. You only need sensors which detect direction of the flow of the tide. Very simple with a rotating fan-type blades which spin in the direction of water flow and detects a reversal of water flow from 1/2 mile away from the beach (or closer if desired) but not so close the residents can reach it. The sensors and system need to be checked every 3-6 months for optimal functionality. The buoy should be checked for rust and corrosion and replaced or painted. Especially check the electrical connections and batteries for corrosion. To avoid corrosion, the electrical connections should be plated in Tin or Zinc or gold or titanium. If you use gold, someone will find out and start stealing the contacts. I personally prefer tin plating. Bell Labs prefers zinc plating. Do not use aluminum.

Also, be aware of the metals in your screws, washers, nuts and sensor housing. Never use aluminum with steel. It will corrode. The metals in the screw hardware must match the metal in the sensor housing or wherever you are using them. Or use plastic screws and hardware. Especially when it is being used in salt water. Hopefully, the sensor outer housing in contact with water will be a UV resistant, hard plastic which does not become brittle in sunlight.

The exceptions to the tsunami’s I mentioned were the Alaska landslide in the 1958 and the Iceland glacier collapse into the sea around the same timeframe and the volcanic eruption which buried Pompeii. Each of these generated large tidal waves across a small gulf or inlet without receding the water from the shoreline. In fact, the landslides cause violent mega-tsunami’s when they cross a bay or gulf, etc. They can cause megatsunami’s which are 500 to over 600 meters high. Right now, the precarious condition of the volcano Cumbre Vieja in the Canary Islands near Spain has an unstable slope which threatens the entire eastern seaboard of the US from Boston to Miami. This wave would dwarf any skyscraper in the country.

There is no such thing as a meteotsunami caused by changes in barometric pressure. This is a bad science fantasy to explain a tsunami or swelling water body such as a surge of a lake or swimming pool. These are caused by abnormal movements of the earth. Not air pressure. Only a quack would give that answer.

When small tsunamis occurred on both Pacific and Atlantic coasts of South America at the same time in Aug 2017, the confused scientists did not have any earthquakes to blame them on and did not understand about the motion of the earth so they renamed these tsunamis as “Oceans in Opposition”. However, the water receded from the beaches and returned with a small, gentle tsunami. The position of these tsunamis suggests a minor disturbance in the earth’s rotation as the cause of the tsunami’s which is why these tsunami’s were located so unusually.

If a large asteroid were to crash into the ocean, it would push the water toward the nearest shorelines in large tidal waves, depending on the size and impact strength of the asteroid. It would not cause the water to recede from the shoreline since it is not an abnormal motion of the earth. The nearby coasts would be hit with waves likely pushed in circles like a pond but without receding water to warn the coastal communities. This is one type of tidal surge where the mid ocean sensors could come in handy. Just not for genuine tsunami’s caused by abnormal planetary movements.

Normal movements of the earth are our rotation and our orbit around the sun. By abnormal, I am referring to Axis shifts of our tilt angle, acceleration or impairment of our rotation or orbit, an axis wobble or change in our distance or orientation to the sun. Or an impact or foreign gravitational field which disturbs our normal rotation, orbit or orientation. Keeping in mind that any foreign object big enough to affect the earth would have affected the other planets in our system and our moon before it would ever disturb the earth.

Anytime the water recedes from the shoreline, it is a tsunami caused by the abnormal motion of the planet. Usually an axis shift of our tilt angle.

Here is a link showing a swimming pool receding and surging repeatedly prior to a major tsunami in Indonesia.

 

 

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September 20, 2017

9-2017 Emergency Evacuation Needs

Since there are so many recent instances of floods, hurricanes, tsunamis, tornadoes, fires & other catastrophes which may force your urgent evacuation from your homes, there are critical items we often forget to take with us.

You need to post a list of emergency items by each door as reminders.  With all the recent disasters, it would be a good idea to review all the lists & emergency kit contents now so you can prepare in advance to grab & go when a disaster strikes.  Tetanus shots, vaccines & pet shots must be up to date.

Vehicle fuel tanks should be kept full. Small fishing  boats would be handy with  paddles & fuel if possible. Buy several inflatable boats & manual air pump & patch kits plus paddles, ropes, knife & tow hooks. Multi air chambers to avoid sinking  if punctured.  Enough rafts for family, pets & possessions to escape high water.

See additional links at bottom for more emergency planning suggestions.

Primary items to Remember  (only if safe. Don’t risk lives).

  • Every member of your family must escape first
  • All your pets must be rescued in carriers
  • Place All medicines, med supplies, Dentures, partials in Zip locks.
  • Diabetics glucose test kit, meds, insulin.
  • Wheelchair, walker, cane, crutches, oxygen, asthma meds
  • Wallets, purses, checkbook, money, cards  (med ins, DL, CC), keys, ID
  • Cell phones & charger cords, eyeglasses
  • Laptop/Slate & charger cord & mouse
  • Grab Photos and negatives  & school yearbooks in plastic ziplock bags
  • Take all Jewelry in zip locks.  Do not  tell anyone!
  • Important papers in zip locks.  (Deeds, certificates, licenses,  shot & vaccine records (human & pet), permits, degrees, prenup, div, address books)
  • hearing aids, disability needs
  • sharpie marker to write ID on pet carriers, bags, property
  • Put pets in carriers on leash with ID
  • Pets should all have tags & collars with ID & contact info

Secondary Items to pack if enough time to be safe

  • Small weapon & ammo,  gun permit & knife.
  • tooth brush, paste, deodorant, soap, shampoo, hairbrush
  • Babyfood, bottles, formula, diapers, clothes, shoes
  • Shaving needs,  toilet paper
  • Underwear, clothes,  socks, shoes, towels, coats in plastic
  • snacks, water, juice for family in plastic
  • pet food, water & bowls, can opener, litter, seeds
  • Hand cleaner
  • First aid kit, benadryl, snake bite med, poison ivy cream, antiseptic, Neosporin, bandages
  • Blankets
  • Flashlight & batteries
  • Extra plastic bags for trash & laundry & stools.
  • Extra ziplocks

If you have extra time or advance notice to be safe before a flood:

  • take all  remaining valuables possible into attic in plastic
  • Guns, paintings, cameras, anything that would be damaged by water & to protect from thieves
  • place items in plastic, in attic & hide under insulation
  • Move electronics, desk computers & other portable items as high  in house or attic as possible  or to relatives out of area.
  • Hide fur coats & gowns, suits, silks in giant ziplocks or vacuum, waterproof storage bags & hide safe from water & looters.
  • Move collectibles & items prone to water damage  or  looters to safe place  (attic or at relatives out of flood zone) away from danger
  • Leave large furniture, beds & appliances. Hernias are more expensive than new furniture.
  • large Appliances & cars can often be repaired
  • Portable Power tools & expensive tools, hide in attic
  • Move dry goods to highest shelves. 
  • Paperwork to highest location. Toys to highest location. Pesticides & chemicals in garage to highest shelf stated in giant ziplocks.
  • Turn off main breaker if flooding.
  • Use DRY board to gently shut down main breaker if standing in water instead of hand.

Advanced preparations for emergencies:

  • Mark names & phone on everything with Sharpie marker.
  • Keep carriers & cages in your garage for ALL of your pets with extra food, towels & leashes. 
  • Walmart & pet stores have standard Nylon carriers for cat sizes were $20-35.
  • Cardboard carriers will fall apart when wet
  • Buy inflatable rafts to fit your family, pets & belongings & store in garage. Academy stores.
  • Buy an inflatable mattress or two & store in  box in garage.  Handy as raft to tow supplies & as beds in shelter.
  • Use foot or battery pump to inflate.
  • Extra Batteries, rotate every6 months
  • Have rope in garage and basic tool kit.
  • Keep your car gas tank full. 
  • Buy several boxes large & giant zip lock bags.
  • Use sharpie to mark name & contact info on pet carriers & other property for evacuation such as inflatable beds, rafts, paddles, camping gear, plastic bags, computers, etc.
  • Portable CB radios & fresh batteries.
  • Your phones will not work in disaster zones. FEMA may scramble all radio frequencies  (except their own) & shut off all landline & wireless phones in area. This is their authority under the executive order mandates by the presidents.
  • Leaving 911 access only which will overload after 30k callers. I know this from working with FEMA. They also did this during Katrina to keep bad info isolated from press & public. 
  • Remember FEMA pulled down antenna in St Bernard Parish emergency management to prevent Communications about deaths & no supplies.
  • Satellite phones may work better for disaster zones but require clear skies. More Below.
  • All pets should wear ID tags & microchips. 
  • Keep ax in attic for escape. 
  • Beware of fallen electric lines (esp in flood)
  • Beware trees falling over in soft soil
  • Beware of local industry hazards from storm damage or power loss
  • Beware wild  animals, snakes, large reptiles, sharp debris, leaking natural gas lines, phony officials, looters, hypothermia, sewage, bacteria in flood water and any busybody pressuring you out of your house if you are still safe there.  Just say no.
  • Save the car if possible or leave before water rises. 
  • Keep hammer in car to break window if submerged.
  • Do not drive at night or through water.
  • Tetanus shots if cut or injured.
  • Every room in house, garage should have a large fire extinguisher,  fire alarms & CO2 detectors.
  • & large extinguisher inside car behind driver’s seat.

Floods:

  • Get out before the water is too deep to drive. 
  • At least get your car to high ground before it floods if you plan to stay. (High Parking garage & ride taxi or friend home before storm). 
  • Brakes may not work if wet.
  • Water above tailpipe will stall vehicle.
  • Do not abandon your family or pets unless fire and no other choice.

Fire:

  • Break house windows to vent smoke to access trapped family & pets from outside if safe to do so.
  • Use Wet sheets, wet blankets for protection, wet bandana for breathing.
  • Have extinguishers in every room and ladder stored outside for access.
  • Rope ladders in each room for 2nd floor escapes. No bars on windows.
  • Have tools handy.
  • Crawl low & protect lungs.
  • If you pass out from heat, smoke or no oxygen, you will die.
  • Do not risk your life.

Do not stay in a burning house.

  • Every room in house, garage & inside car should have a large fire extinguisher & alarm fire & CO2 detectors.

Detailed disaster kits & planning info link for any catastrophe 

http://divulgence.net/Disaster%20Planning%20Menu.htm


AFTER a flood: Not everything is lost

  • Low cost Gov’t loans are available for disaster victims thru FEMA.  It is their only virtue. Loan application processing.
  • Cars, mowers, dish washer, washer & dryer, refrigerators can often be restored. I have seen it done.
  • Make sure your current home owners insurance policy includes “like” replacements. Otherwise, they will replace your $600 brass Hunter wireless fans with a cheap $35 fan from Walmart.
  • Make sure roofers remove clear plastic on back of each tile or it will not stick down & will flap up & break off in high winds. A roofers trick to get return business.
  • DVD’s & VHS can be rinsed with water & special cleaner.  The DVD  wet Case paper removed & washed in bucket  & DVD  polished dry with smooth Nylon cloth to prevent scratches. These clothes are often found for polishing eye glasses.  Such as lenscrafters. Only the DVD Case paper insert would be lost. Perhaps a new paper image could be printed later.  A temporary cover could be cut to fit the case meanwhile, If My collection were involved, it would affect 6000 movies & series.  At $7-20 each or $55-100+ per season, they are too valuable to discard. Blue ray is far worse at $35+ each. I refuse to subsidize Disney’s greed.
  • The DVD players would need to be replaced if flooded. 
  • Jewelry, clothes, curtains & lamps can be cleaned
  • There are specialty cleaners for flooded items but over charge & crooked.
  • Wall to wall Carpets & pads must be discarded & replaced. 
  • Separate floor rugs can be cleaned.
  • flooring needs to be replaced; underlayment bleached, demolded & dried. Then replaced with solvent-free adhesive & new flooring. California approved MSDS.
  • Insurance should pay for cleaning costs.
  • Be sure to turn off breakers before spraying or working around electrical devices.
  • Sheetrock must be removed & replaced below water level
  • Use dilute bleach in walls behind sheet rock & floor underlayment to kill mold & mold spray to kill spores.
  • Air conditioner compressor can be cleaned with  water hose outside & sprayed with antimold inside the A frame but may need new  upper A frame unit inside. The air ducts should also be replaced and vents & filters cleaned.
  • paper window shades replaced, blinds cleaned & compromised double pane windows & doors replaced.
  • Fireplace cleaned.
  • Kitchen cabinets are mostly wood & need replacing. Anything wood in floodwater is ruined
  • Tools should be ok after cleaning & coating with lubricant.  Saltwater will corrode or must & must be rinsed clean.
  • All wood doors in house which were wet need replacing.
  • Replace wooden knife blocks & cutting boards in kitchen.
  • Discard any boxes of damaged products in water.
  • Use diluted bleach to clean every surface in house contaminated by floodwater or potential mold.
  • New furniture. Solid oak may be cleanable depending how long it was wet.  Masonite drawers bottoms may need replacing. May need extensive repairs or replacement  of solid oak furniture. A clear polyurethane coat may help restore solid oak, mahogany or Cherry wood after cleaning. Do not use bleach. Detergent is better for wood.
  • You are battling ecoli bacteria, parasites, insects, mold spores & water damage throughout the house.
  • Wear filter masks when cleaning & working or observing restoration. It would almost be easier to tear it down & start from scratch.
  • Pillows, quilts & comforters replaced.  The filler cannot be cleaned. A special hand made case could be emptied, cleaned & refilled.
  • If the flood was above the 1st floor in a 2 story home, the mold & bacteria is between levels & you are breathing it. Extensive costs. They will try to cut corners & leave ceiling without replacing where a deadly stachybotrus could be hiding. Most insurers wont cover mold removal. Special mold traps could reveal mold.  Also bacteria traps.
  • Everything in the kitchen must also be disinfected. Every utensil, pot, pans, walls, etc.
  • Stuffed toys discarded & children rooms sanitized.
  • Pools drained & sanitized. Windows cleaned. 
  • Maybe repair & rent out old house while building or buying a second new home free of mold & bacteria.
  • Perhaps group cleaning parties like barn raising would help ease the task as a group of 6 neighbor families tackled each home in groups, one room at a time.

Vehicles. After the flood.

  • Cars are also restorable but need new Carpet, new seats, new trunk liner, new roof fabric, air conditioning disinfected & demolded. Ducts replaced. New radio, filters, oil, gas, seatbelts, fluids replaced, dashboard, interior liners & covers removed & disinfected. engine overhauled. Brakes cleaned. Trunk cleaned. Battery & headlights replaced. All lights replaced. Quite, a task & who knows how many electronic circuits are bad.

For future evacuation planning, here are posted emergency kit preparation for various needs.

http://divulgence.net/evacuation.htm

http://divulgence.net/Disaster%20Planning%20Menu.htm

http://divulgence.net/Disaster%20Planning%20Kits.htm

http://divulgence.net/Emergency%20supplies.htm

http://divulgence.net/Disaster%20Planning%20Catastrophic.htm

http://divulgence.net/Disaster%20Planning%20Shelter.htm

 

 

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