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6.2 Earthquake in the Mariana Trench..Deepest part of the earths ocean

 
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6.2 Earthquake in the Mariana Trench..Deepest part of the earths ocean
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Re: 6.2 Earthquake in the Mariana Trench..Deepest part of the earths ocean
This is serious..

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Why is it serious? Can you explain the implications to me?
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The Mariana Trench or Marianas Trench[1] is the deepest part of the world's oceans. It is located in the western Pacific Ocean, to the east of the Mariana Islands. The trench is about 2,550 kilometres (1,580 mi) long but has an average width of only 69 kilometres (43 mi). It reaches a maximum-known depth of 10.994 km (10,994 ± 40 m) or 6.856 mi (36,069 ± 131 ft) at the Challenger Deep, a small slot-shaped valley in its floor, at its southern end,[2] although some unrepeated measurements place the deepest portion at 11.03 kilometres (6.85 mi).[3]

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Re: 6.2 Earthquake in the Mariana Trench..Deepest part of the earths ocean
This is serious..

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Why is it serious? Can you explain the implications to me?
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Speculation of what has been dumped there..

Tthe Mariana Trench has been proposed as a site for nuclear waste disposal,[31][32] in the hope that tectonic plate subduction occurring at the site might eventually push the nuclear waste deep into the Earth's mantle. However, ocean dumping of nuclear waste is prohibited by international law.[31][32][33] Furthermore, plate subduction zones are associated with very large megathrust earthquakes, the effects of which are unpredictable and possibly adverse to the safety of long-term disposal.[3

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The Earth's crust is thin there.
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Re: 6.2 Earthquake in the Mariana Trench..Deepest part of the earths ocean
This is serious..

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Why is it serious? Can you explain the implications to me?
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Speculation of what has been dumped there..

Tthe Mariana Trench has been proposed as a site for nuclear waste disposal,[31][32] in the hope that tectonic plate subduction occurring at the site might eventually push the nuclear waste deep into the Earth's mantle. However, ocean dumping of nuclear waste is prohibited by international law.[31][32][33] Furthermore, plate subduction zones are associated with very large megathrust earthquakes, the effects of which are unpredictable and possibly adverse to the safety of long-term disposal.[3

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ahh, I see. Thanks bud. 5*
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Re: 6.2 Earthquake in the Mariana Trench..Deepest part of the earths ocean
This is serious..

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Why is it serious? Can you explain the implications to me?
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Speculation of what has been dumped there..

Tthe Mariana Trench has been proposed as a site for nuclear waste disposal,[31][32] in the hope that tectonic plate subduction occurring at the site might eventually push the nuclear waste deep into the Earth's mantle. However, ocean dumping of nuclear waste is prohibited by international law.[31][32][33] Furthermore, plate subduction zones are associated with very large megathrust earthquakes, the effects of which are unpredictable and possibly adverse to the safety of long-term disposal.[3

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ahh, I see. Thanks bud. 5*
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Also there are a couple of nuke subs that sank there years ago..Ya know how they like to dump stuff where it will not be found..and of course a tsunami threat..
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Why is it serious? Can you explain the implications to me?
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Speculation of what has been dumped there..

Tthe Mariana Trench has been proposed as a site for nuclear waste disposal,[31][32] in the hope that tectonic plate subduction occurring at the site might eventually push the nuclear waste deep into the Earth's mantle. However, ocean dumping of nuclear waste is prohibited by international law.[31][32][33] Furthermore, plate subduction zones are associated with very large megathrust earthquakes, the effects of which are unpredictable and possibly adverse to the safety of long-term disposal.[3

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ahh, I see. Thanks bud. 5*
 Quoting: *Heisenberg*


Also there are a couple of nuke subs that sank there years ago..Ya know how they like to dump stuff where it will not be found..and of course a tsunami threat..
 Quoting: THE INQUISADOR


Plus that’s where Godzilla lives…wake him up and we are done formonster
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Speculation of what has been dumped there..

Tthe Mariana Trench has been proposed as a site for nuclear waste disposal,[31][32] in the hope that tectonic plate subduction occurring at the site might eventually push the nuclear waste deep into the Earth's mantle. However, ocean dumping of nuclear waste is prohibited by international law.[31][32][33] Furthermore, plate subduction zones are associated with very large megathrust earthquakes, the effects of which are unpredictable and possibly adverse to the safety of long-term disposal.[3

[link to en.wikipedia.org]
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ahh, I see. Thanks bud. 5*
 Quoting: *Heisenberg*


Also there are a couple of nuke subs that sank there years ago..Ya know how they like to dump stuff where it will not be found..and of course a tsunami threat..
 Quoting: THE INQUISADOR


Plus that’s where Godzilla lives…wake him up and we are done formonster
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Yup..there is some strange shit living down there..
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Re: 6.2 Earthquake in the Mariana Trench..Deepest part of the earths ocean
This is very concerning!! This is a horrible location for an EQ!!!

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"Possible nuclear waste disposal site

Like other oceanic trenches, the Mariana Trench has been proposed as a site for nuclear waste disposal,in the hope that tectonic plate subduction occurring at the site might eventually push the nuclear waste deep into the Earth's mantle. However, ocean dumping of nuclear waste is prohibited by international law. Furthermore, plate subduction zones are associated with very large megathrust earthquakes, the effects of which are unpredictable and possibly adverse to the safety of long-term disposal."

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"Megathrust earthquakes occur at subduction zones at destructive plate boundaries (convergent boundaries), where one tectonic plate is subducted (forced underneath) by another. Due to the shallow dip of the plate boundary, which causes large sections to get stuck, these earthquakes are among the world's largest, with moment magnitudes that can exceed 9.0."


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Speculation of what has been dumped there..

Tthe Mariana Trench has been proposed as a site for nuclear waste disposal,[31][32] in the hope that tectonic plate subduction occurring at the site might eventually push the nuclear waste deep into the Earth's mantle. However, ocean dumping of nuclear waste is prohibited by international law.[31][32][33] Furthermore, plate subduction zones are associated with very large megathrust earthquakes, the effects of which are unpredictable and possibly adverse to the safety of long-term disposal.[3

[link to en.wikipedia.org]
 Quoting: THE INQUISADOR


ahh, I see. Thanks bud. 5*
 Quoting: *Heisenberg*


Also there are a couple of nuke subs that sank there years ago..Ya know how they like to dump stuff where it will not be found..and of course a tsunami threat..
 Quoting: THE INQUISADOR


Plus that’s where Godzilla lives…wake him up and we are done formonster
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Speculation of what has been dumped there..

Tthe Mariana Trench has been proposed as a site for nuclear waste disposal,[31][32] in the hope that tectonic plate subduction occurring at the site might eventually push the nuclear waste deep into the Earth's mantle. However, ocean dumping of nuclear waste is prohibited by international law.[31][32][33] Furthermore, plate subduction zones are associated with very large megathrust earthquakes, the effects of which are unpredictable and possibly adverse to the safety of long-term disposal.[3

[link to en.wikipedia.org]
 Quoting: THE INQUISADOR


ahh, I see. Thanks bud. 5*
 Quoting: *Heisenberg*


Also there are a couple of nuke subs that sank there years ago..Ya know how they like to dump stuff where it will not be found..and of course a tsunami threat..
 Quoting: THE INQUISADOR


Plus that’s where Godzilla lives…wake him up and we are done formonster
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chuckle
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This is very concerning!! This is a horrible location for an EQ!!!

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

"Possible nuclear waste disposal site

Like other oceanic trenches, the Mariana Trench has been proposed as a site for nuclear waste disposal,in the hope that tectonic plate subduction occurring at the site might eventually push the nuclear waste deep into the Earth's mantle. However, ocean dumping of nuclear waste is prohibited by international law. Furthermore, plate subduction zones are associated with very large megathrust earthquakes, the effects of which are unpredictable and possibly adverse to the safety of long-term disposal."

and


[link to en.wikipedia.org]

"Megathrust earthquakes occur at subduction zones at destructive plate boundaries (convergent boundaries), where one tectonic plate is subducted (forced underneath) by another. Due to the shallow dip of the plate boundary, which causes large sections to get stuck, these earthquakes are among the world's largest, with moment magnitudes that can exceed 9.0."


Sorry if these links/information was already posted or covered while I was posting mine.
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Gonna be interesting to watch what comes out of this one..
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Re: 6.2 Earthquake in the Mariana Trench..Deepest part of the earths ocean
This is very concerning!! This is a horrible location for an EQ!!!

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

"Possible nuclear waste disposal site

Like other oceanic trenches, the Mariana Trench has been proposed as a site for nuclear waste disposal,in the hope that tectonic plate subduction occurring at the site might eventually push the nuclear waste deep into the Earth's mantle. However, ocean dumping of nuclear waste is prohibited by international law. Furthermore, plate subduction zones are associated with very large megathrust earthquakes, the effects of which are unpredictable and possibly adverse to the safety of long-term disposal."

and


[link to en.wikipedia.org]

"Megathrust earthquakes occur at subduction zones at destructive plate boundaries (convergent boundaries), where one tectonic plate is subducted (forced underneath) by another. Due to the shallow dip of the plate boundary, which causes large sections to get stuck, these earthquakes are among the world's largest, with moment magnitudes that can exceed 9.0."


Sorry if these links/information was already posted or covered while I was posting mine.
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Gonna be interesting to watch what comes out of this one..
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Yes it is!
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Re: 6.2 Earthquake in the Mariana Trench..Deepest part of the earths ocean
This is very concerning!! This is a horrible location for an EQ!!!

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

"Possible nuclear waste disposal site

Like other oceanic trenches, the Mariana Trench has been proposed as a site for nuclear waste disposal,in the hope that tectonic plate subduction occurring at the site might eventually push the nuclear waste deep into the Earth's mantle. However, ocean dumping of nuclear waste is prohibited by international law. Furthermore, plate subduction zones are associated with very large megathrust earthquakes, the effects of which are unpredictable and possibly adverse to the safety of long-term disposal."

and


[link to en.wikipedia.org]

"Megathrust earthquakes occur at subduction zones at destructive plate boundaries (convergent boundaries), where one tectonic plate is subducted (forced underneath) by another. Due to the shallow dip of the plate boundary, which causes large sections to get stuck, these earthquakes are among the world's largest, with moment magnitudes that can exceed 9.0."


Sorry if these links/information was already posted or covered while I was posting mine.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 17338098


Gonna be interesting to watch what comes out of this one..
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No tsunami warnings yet..If there are any it will be to the south..not towards the USA
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i saw that..
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i saw that..
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The depth at the point of the quake would preclude anything north..
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i saw that..
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The depth at the point of the quake would preclude anything north..
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No Tsunami Currently Affecting Australia..

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The Earth's crust is thin there.
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Here is a NatGeo article on the Trench and what makes it unique. It even goes talks about the likelihood of earthquakes and information on the plate tectonics.


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Here is a NatGeo article on the Trench and what makes it unique. It even goes talks about the likelihood of earthquakes and information on the plate tectonics.


[link to news.nationalgeographic.com]
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Thanks..really a unique place on the Ole Earth
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Thread: Most Dangerous Time for Strong Earthquakes in 2012, Super Full Moon, Alignment of Earth-Sun-Jupiter, Venus Transit, Solar Eclipse over USA & JP (Page 9)

Why There Are No Recorded Major Earthquakes in the Marianas Trench

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Well that just got dated as wrong today..another first..
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Well that just got dated as wrong today..another first..
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or is this something else and just recorded as a Quake?.
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Wouldn't this be part of the whole crustal displacement theory? Major movements going on, the continents are going to shift....eeeeeks! Not so good for us land dwellers.
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Inquisador, do you ever sleep?? Don't you work the night shift???
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[link to www.youtube.com]

ahhh
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Inquisador, do you ever sleep?? Don't you work the night shift???
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I have three jobs and all of them I have access..sorta cool.
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Was a 5.8 and nothing to worry about. Fucking fearmongers.
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Inquisador, do you ever sleep?? Don't you work the night shift???
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I have three jobs and all of them I have access..sorta cool.
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and of course you presume that there are only one of me..and that I am human..Just kidding

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