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Stressed out: on the verge of a major geological event in the Pacific?

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Stressed out: on the verge of a major geological event in the Pacific?
June 26, 2011 – Are we on the verge of an event in the South Pacific? We’ve seen a staggering number of signs in the last few days indicating major change may be unfolding. The Indo-Australian Plate is a major tectonic plate that includes the continent of Australia and surrounding ocean, and extends northwest to include the Indian subcontinent and adjacent waters. Recent studies suggest that the Indo-Australian Plate may be in the process of breaking up into two separate plates due primarily to stresses induced by the collision of the Indo-Australian Plate with Eurasia along the Himalayas which is pushing the mountain range up.
The two protoplates or subplates are generally referred to as the Indian Plate and the Australian Plate. We have reason to believe we’re now seeing more evidence of that and feel we could be on the eve of witnessing major earthchanges to land masses in the South Pacific. The recent series of events in the last 24 hours indicates the nature of the rapid geological processes that may already be unfolding which could change the face of the South Pacific forever.

The 5.5 and 4.7 earthquakes that occurred today were just two more in a linear line of quakes near the Pagan region of the Northern Mariana Islands along the oceanic Pacific Plate boundary. Four earthquakes have erupted along the boundary in the last seven days. We also see seismic tension on the northern region of Papua Indonesia.

This is not a volcanically-active region, yet a spasm of quakes has erupted here after the area was struck by a 6.4 magnitude earthquake which occurred at a depth of 20.6 km. The depth-range of the five aftershocks which followed the main quake indicated the tremors were moving closer to the surface- one of the aftershock shows a shallow depth of only 9.4 km. Is this tensile stress on the land mass?

Land fissures have erupted across the northern region of India in the last few days; there have been unexplained sea-level rises near the coast of Pakistan and a flurry of earthquakes over the last few days in the western desert region of China (Xizang and W. Sichuan) just north of the Himalayas. On June 25, there were two moderate quakes, a 5.1 and a 5.2,

along the Mid-Indian Ridge from tension on the Indo-Australian Plate to the west. A 5.4 earthquake struck Northern Queensland on April 16 and a 100 meter-wide section of the beach dropped into the Pacific just yesterday. When we add the thousands of tectonic earthquakes which have struck Christchurch New Zealand, along the transform boundary of the Alpine Fault, and the escalating seismic activity in the Tonga-Kermadec Arcs into the mix; we can construct a compelling circumstantial case that major geological transformation in this region of the world appears to be accelerating.
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