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Southern California Inundated by a 2.6!

 
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Southern California Inundated by a 2.6!
Forget about "The Big One"...

Could a small quake trigger a Southern California catastrophe?


1. You know the map...
usnavymap


2. And Cayce's prediction..
[link to www.bibliotecapleyades.net]

3. You may also be familiar with the hydroplate theory.
If not, start here...


[link to www.youtube.com]


4. A simple theory:
Water and earth trade places. This can happen either two ways.
One, the water comes from the ocean*, or two, the water comes
from under the earth's crust, somewhere trapped in the upper
mantle (see video above ~ hydroplate theory).
*(ocean source could come from crack connecting to the California Gulf)

The trigger: a small quake, perhaps a 2.6, at the right depth,
moves just enough earth, that it "springs a leak". Or perhaps it's a
series of quakes ~ a swarm. A constant attrition that produces the
same outcome: a crack, and then a leak.

The equalization: water bursts forth.
Picture the Salton Sea and Death Valley. The land at sea level, or below,
the breach would occur under low lying land such as these.

As the water rushes to the surface it fills these "sinks" first.
Then as the weight of the water increases upon the land...
it sinks and crumbles allowing more displacement. It spreads.

Not unlike a sinkhole, water and earth change places. The water
continues to seek the least path of resistance, filling up low lying
land until it finds equilibrium.

The outcome: a picture that closely resembles the notorious "Navy Map".


3 weak spots to watch:
Ridgecrest (just north of and into Death Valley)
The Salton Sea (Brawley and Coachella Valley)
Walker Lake (south of Hawthorne)

Even up into Salt Lake. One commonality: all high in salinity.
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Re: Southern California Inundated by a 2.6!
The average quake in the two previous "Hawhorne" swarms
are around 6 miles deep. And what the seismo graphs show
during the swarms are what appears to be a mess of broken
rock down there.

Could there be water moving through some of these areas
with similar geography? Broken or crushed granite....
moving things around....causing BOOMS, or rumbling,
but never producing an earthquake. Such as has been
reported in Ohio, Florida, South Carolina, Virginia, etc.

While here on the west coast where it is seismically active,
we get bona-fide quakes.

Walker Lake (just north of these swarms) has a high saline
content. It lies in the Great Basin. And to the east lies the
ammo depot, which not too long ago was called the...
"Naval Undersea Warfare Center".

Things that make you go hmm

I just found this old link...
[link to www.thelivingmoon.com]

Yes, I knew it was John Lear who pushed me down this rabbit hole. chuckle

I always took these things as entertainment and information
in the past, and with a heavy grain of salt. How could one
possibly prove any of these theories (underwater bases)
anyway?

Well, now....after pondering on the hydroplate theory and
the possibility of sea water at 6 ~ 8 miles down....
I'm rethinking things.
 Quoting: Madigan

Thread: Pangaea ~ Hydroplate Theory ~ Earthquakes and Booms


I was just thinking aloud yesterday after watching the video
about the hydroplate theory and it got me thinking about
the wild theory of underwater passages from Monterey Bay
all the way to Walker Lake. And of course that made me
think of John Lear. But it's all very interesting and ties neatly
together.
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i live in the blue
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i live in the blue
 Quoting: AtsuiPanda


always wanted a good reason to use the 2 boats we have!

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Re: Southern California Inundated by a 2.6!
i live in the blue
 Quoting: AtsuiPanda


Don't worry, me too.

Just have access to a boat all planned out if you have a mind to.


So if this wild "under water earthquake" theory was even possible,
I wonder how fast something like this would or could occur?

All depends on pressure and volume I suppose.
Which we could only guess at.
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i live in the blue
 Quoting: AtsuiPanda


Don't worry, me too.

Just have access to a boat all planned out if you have a mind to.


So if this wild "under water earthquake" theory was even possible,
I wonder how fast something like this would or could occur?

All depends on pressure and volume I suppose.
Which we could only guess at.
 Quoting: Madigan


i live in S.C. but not 100% the coast but i assume we would ahve a little time here to get out, the others on the coast well.. they are screwed DX
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I better inflate my inner-tube and swimmies....

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Re: Southern California Inundated by a 2.6!
derp. there is no evidence of massive landslips like this occuring, anywhere, ever. yes, the coasts everywhere slowly erode and end up underwater, but this is not an overnight thing. for change like this to occur, millions of years is a minimal estimate.
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This map is crazy.. It shows parts of AZ which are at 6000-7000 ft above sea level to be covered in water?? While Tucson and down town PHX are 1200ft??
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derp. there is no evidence of massive landslips like this occuring, anywhere, ever. yes, the coasts everywhere slowly erode and end up underwater, but this is not an overnight thing. for change like this to occur, millions of years is a minimal estimate.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1333034


No no, think more in terms of how a sinkhole happens suddenly.
We only have to look at Louisianna for an example of how
Fast trouble can brew.

And consider the rapid events that unfolded in the video.
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This map is crazy.. It shows parts of AZ which are at 6000-7000 ft above sea level to be covered in water?? While Tucson and down town PHX are 1200ft??
 Quoting: AR 15-SPECIALIST


I think that left out the islands. chuckle
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No way this is true. The blue area shows the Sierra Nevada submerged in water? Well that's news to me.
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No way this is true. The blue area shows the Sierra Nevada submerged in water? Well that's news to me.
 Quoting: #Geomagnetic_Storm#


I think the long peninsula is supposed to be the Sierras.
Maybe the foothills are submerged or the artist was just
A little "off".
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No way this is true. The blue area shows the Sierra Nevada submerged in water? Well that's news to me.
 Quoting: #Geomagnetic_Storm#


I think the long peninsula is supposed to be the Sierras.
Maybe the foothills are submerged or the artist was just
A little "off".
 Quoting: Madigan


And SOuthern California is full of tall mountains and canyons. Anyways I could go on, but I'll leave it at that. :)
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First time I've heard the hydroplate theory, that guy sounds like he might be on to something...
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Re: Southern California Inundated by a 2.6!
Forget about "The Big One"...

Could a small quake trigger a Southern California catastrophe?


1. You know the map...
usnavymap


...
 Quoting: Madigan


Looks like you might get a canoe trip sooner than expected. ;-`)
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Re: Southern California Inundated by a 2.6!
No way this is true. The blue area shows the Sierra Nevada submerged in water? Well that's news to me.
 Quoting: #Geomagnetic_Storm#


I think the long peninsula is supposed to be the Sierras.
Maybe the foothills are submerged or the artist was just
A little "off".
 Quoting: Madigan


And SOuthern California is full of tall mountains and canyons. Anyways I could go on, but I'll leave it at that. :)
 Quoting: #Geomagnetic_Storm#


No, it's ok.
I hear ya. I don't completely buy the map myself.
It's just makes a good visual reference starting point.

HOW much flooding is only something we could speculate.
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Re: Southern California Inundated by a 2.6!
Forget about "The Big One"...

Could a small quake trigger a Southern California catastrophe?


1. You know the map...
usnavymap


...
 Quoting: Madigan


Looks like you might get a canoe trip sooner than expected. ;-`)
 Quoting: wisc_natureboy


lmao

All we need is a water way to Wisconsin.

Meet ya half way!
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Re: Southern California Inundated by a 2.6!
First time I've heard the hydroplate theory, that guy sounds like he might be on to something...
 Quoting: CalmShock


It's interesting to say the least.

Have you ever read any of John Lear's
Writings on the under water ways?

Good stuff. The link to one of his pages is above.

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