Something Is Causing The Earth To Shake And Nobody Knows What's Causing It
On this episode of the Christopher Scott Talk Show Podcast:
You're probably not aware of this but on November 11th a mysterious rumble rolled around the world.
The seismic waves began roughly 15 miles off the shores of Mayotte, a French island sandwiched between Africa and the northern tip of Madagascar. The waves buzzed across Africa, ringing sensors in Zambia, Kenya, and Ethiopia. They traversed vast oceans, humming across Chile, New Zealand, Canada, and even Hawaii nearly 11,000 miles away. These waves didn't just zip by; they rang for more than 20 minutes. And yet, it seems, no human felt them. Seismologists have said they've never seen anything like it.
What's causing this disturbing earthly disturbance? I actually have a couple of real theories on this, you might think I'm nuts.
Have ever considered the impact of all the oil being pumped out of the ground? The world uses about 83 million barrels a day. It's getting pumped out faster and now it's coming from deeper wells. Has anybody ever thought maybe the oil serves a geological purpose?
It could also be because of the hole Japan is drilling through the earths crust into the mantle. I talked about this before, Japan is drilling a hole 3.7 miles deep. Has anybody ever considered what happens if something starts coming out? Like a pressure release valve?
And, I have one more theory, and it has eerie ties to the latest mysterious rumble that went all around the world. The South African Gold Mines, the deepest is 2.4 miles deep, it's the world's deepest mine. Eight of the ten deepest mines in the world reside in this particular region of South Africa, Not very far from the center of this mysterious rumble. Coincidence?
Have you ever felt an earthquake? It is estimated that there are 500,000 detectable earthquakes in the world each year. 100,000 of those can be felt, and 100 of them cause damage. Chances are you have experienced one, but you might not know it.
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