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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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