First, thank you for your well wishes, and a pleasant surprise from some who responded to my addressing the love I have for my work and in ways reflects that of my marriage and family.
“I think you know I love what I do, but what’s really rewarding is when it loves me back. I attribute my thoughts to that of a healthy marriage. To give a hundred percent is a good thing, but many of us who are married, add a bit more if you have kids, realize that sometimes a hundred percent is not enough. This is to say; even on those times when you are absolutely right on this, that, or the other, it’s better to let your partner be right too.”
This was written without conscience, which ironically, defines its literal meaning. This gives me hope that just maybe my inside matches my outside. So it really touched me to see your response, and I’m guessing it must have touched a part of you, or at least caused you to pause if only for a second or minute. If those of you who commented bringing your thoughts to my attention, I would not have noticed any such possible deeper understanding. Thanks
But to maintain full disclosure…I do not always measure up to this worthy principle mentioned above. Nonetheless, I do hold it as an ideal, trying at most turns to maintain it as my default. Oh, and btw, the piggy bank is still pretty empty. Go to the following link to help keep us alive: CLICK HERE
Okay, now let’s get to the science of things:
You will see a list of significant earthquakes following below. But first, let me highlight the ’cause’ of events as it relates to both Lunar and Solar eclipse. My research points to a 14 day prior and 14 day post window lunar or solar events.
As it relates to a lunar eclipse, the stimulant which precipitates events such as earthquakes and volcanoes is the ‘fluid displacement’ initiated by gravitational tugs causing unusual high tides placing additional weight (pressure) on tectonic plates causing slippage.
The term fluid displacement is not just related to oceans; it includes fluids such as magma, oil, liquefied sediment, and even gas processes. It is the expansion [or contraction] of fluids on tectonic plates which cause the increase of larger earthquakes or volcanic eruptions.
As it relates to solar eclipse, it is the sudden temperature fluctuation which can cause a chain reaction. By presenting a sudden and rapid shift in both the jet stream and ocean currents, this in-turn can cause a destabilizing of set seasonal patterns. Although temperature flux may be subtle, if tectonics are at their tipping point, it would not take much to set them off. Additionally, the rapid temperature change can cause an expansion and contraction of Earth’s lithosphere, even if ever so slight, can set off a chain reaction of tectonic slippage resulting in significant earthquakes and volcanic eruptions.
Remember, the majority of volcanoes are submarine (ocean bottom); hence the rapid shift in ocean temperatures is also prone to set off a rippling effect which is often unpredictable due to the spider webbing tentacles which connect a system of mantle plumes and volcanoes.
Significant Earthquakes Between JULY 15TH – AUGUST 19TH
2018-08-19 T15:16:34.100Z 5.9 8km ESE of Sembalunbumbung, Indonesia
2018-08-19 T14:56:28.090Z 6.9 2km S of Belanting, Indonesia
2018-08-19 T04:28:59.760Z 6.8 282km ESE of Lambasa, Fiji
2018-08-19 T04:10:21.570Z 6.3 6km NE of Sembalunlawang, Indonesia
2018-08-19 T00:23:02.740Z 6.3 259km NNE of Ndoi Island, Fiji
2018-08-19 T00:19:37.970Z 8.2 280km NNE of Ndoi Island, Fiji
2018-08-17 T23:22:24.900Z 6.1 14km N of Golfito, Costa Rica
2018-08-17 T15:35:02.070Z 6.5 109km NNW of Kampungbajo, Indonesia
2018-08-16 T18:22:53.350Z 6.3 250km SE of Iwo Jima, Japan
2018-08-15 T21:56:54.780Z 6.6 50km S of Tanaga Volcano, Alaska
2018-08-14 T03:29:53.440Z 6.1 126km NE of Bristol Island, South Sandwich Islands
2018-08-12 T21:15:01.841Z 6.1 65km SSW of Kaktovik, Alaska
2018-08-12 T14:58:54.286Z 6.3 90km SW of Kaktovik, Alaska
2018-08-10 T18:12:06.880Z 5.9 267km SSW of Severo-Kuril’sk, Russia
2018-08-09 T05:25:31.910Z 5.9 3km SE of Todo, Indonesia
2018-08-05 T11:46:38.190Z 6.9 0km SW of Loloan, Indonesia
2018-07-28 T22:47:38.740Z 6.4 5km WNW of Obelobel, Indonesia
2018-07-28 T17:07:23.370Z 6.0 149km N of Palue, Indonesia
2018-07-23 T10:36:00.330Z 5.9 Central Mid-Atlantic Ridge
2018-07-21 T20:56:19.940Z 5.9 Southeast Indian Ridge
2018-07-19 T18:30:32.710Z 6.0 91km W of Kandrian, Papua New Guinea
2018-07-17 T07:02:53.020Z 6.0 116km SE of Lata, Solomon Islands
2018-07-15 T13:09:16.470Z 6.0 159km SSE of Sayhut, Yemen
2018-07-15 T01:57:19.410Z 6.0 137km SSE of Sayhut, Yemen
Part III – identifies the latest in cosmic ray discoveries and its effect on our galaxy-solar system-Sun-Earth. There will be many surprises.
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