Why are earthquakes happening with greater frequency and magnitude? Chapman's alternating crustal displacement theory


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Crustal displacement for dummies!

2011-09-08 at 11:40

There are certain forces that act upon a spinning body, if however, in relation to the Earth, the surface mass is not even, areas of the crust, i.e, the tectonic plates, will be pulled away from each other, forcing plates underneath and widening gaps in other places, this causes earthquakes and tremors. If the forces rise dramatically because of ice melting at the poles due to our pollution of the planet, there will be a greater pull on the crust, eventually tearing it away from the molten lava underneath, because the crust will have no time to adapt and absorb the forces. The crust will then tear away and rock back and forth until it stabilizes again. Unfortunately for us this will produce a giant earthquake with a lot of volcanic eruptions, heralding the end of this current civilization. . .