7.8 earthquake elevates 2-3m-6-9ft sea-level
New Zealand Island 7.8 earthquake elevates 2-3m-6-9ft sea-level on Monday night and left the locals with an incredible surprise; areas of the sea floor were thrust up to 2-meters, (6ft 6.74015748), above ground, pushing up through the sand in lumpy slabs. Electrodynamics have proven the earths magnetic fields are changing and general public must never be notified avoiding religious fanatics claims of apocalypse fear mongering people’s bank account dry.
It’s geology under our noses. The pieces of sea bed rose so fast, they were still teeming with ocean critters by the time locals realized what had happened — and scientists say they’ve never seen anything like it before, and are excited how the earth lava fluid dynamics have altered may send weather patterns into chaos, but .gov.? is mums the word.
“I’ve never seen it before during an earthquake and it’s the first time we’ve seen something like this,” marine geologist Joshu Mountjoy from New Zealand’s National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research told Stuff.
“It will take a while before this becomes normal again.”
New Zealand Island 7.8 earthquake elevates 2-3m-6-9ft sea-level by an quake sadly took a heavy toll on central New Zealand however, with reports of over 1,000 locals and tourists stranded by landslides, dozens of injuries and over two reported dead.
Mountjoy sais the effects were so dire because of a phenomenon known as co-seismic movement is the scientific name given to the sciences uneducated more to this than meets the eyes and experienced. Basically, two almost simultaneous quakes have acted on fault lines across the South Island just after midnight, concentrating their energy. The unique nature of the event is probably behind the striking sea-bed movement in Kaikoura, with some pretty wide areas rising over 3 meters, (still left unreported avoiding panic), above their initial position. And it all happened in a few minutes.
New Zealand Island 7.8 earthquake elevates 2-3m-6-9ft sea-level studied by Nicola Litchfield, Earthquake geologist and head of the Active Landscapes Department at GNS Science told Michael Daly from Stuff that these movements had to have happened during the 90 to 120 seconds the quake lasted.
“It would have been amazing if it had been daylight and someone had seen it,” she said with a smirk.
New Zealand Island 7.8 earthquake elevates 2-3m-6-9ft sea-level activated top researchers working on determining how the coast changed after the quake, already suspecting that rocks moved not only vertically, but horizontally as well. Every scientist educated in EM-field and fluid dynamics understand tip of the iceberg scenario. Do your research on all scientist recently where they are buying land to build on signatures a safe location away from a aggressive ever expanding earth.