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Message Subject F.O.G.
Poster Handle shadasonic
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Hi Whiteangel and all-

I haven't read this whole thread so not sure if this has been explored or entertained, or if it's even a plausible theory...

but as we head closer toward the galactic center of the Milky Way by (12-21-12), and a recent study said:

"If our Galactic Centre's magnetic field is stronger than we thought, this raises additional questions of how it got so strong when fields in the early universe are, in contrast, quite weak. We know now that more than 10% of the Galaxy's magnetic energy is concentrated in less than 0.1% of its volume, right at its centre," he says.

And we look at the areas that are experiencing earthquakes to see what they have in common (magnetite iron ore?)

is it possible that the areas on Earth with greater magnetic attraction (deposits of iron ore) which lie under the Earth's crust at different depths are being pulled at with greater force,

thus causing earthquakes in areas with unknown "fault lines," but which may be rich in "magnetic" deposits.

I dunno, just a thought.

LIL
1221
hf
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Thats an excellent thought,it was something we talked about a long time ago, but it needs to be brought back up as our core has slowed and our magnetosphere ain't what she used to be. Many factors will be/ are at play. Always good input from you 1221!hf
 
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