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The posts on physics lists from around the world are popping with this! The Earth actually wobbled on its axis and the axis tilt "may" have altered! These are mainstream geophysics lists. The Canadian and European lists are the most open about this.
Quake rattled Earth Orbit, Changed map of Asia: US geophysicist ‘An earthquake that unleashed deadly tidal waves on Asia was so powerful it made the Earth wobble on its axis and permanently altered the regional map, US geophysicists said. In addition, the energy released as the two sides of the undersea fault slipped against each other made the Earth wobble on its axis.’
Dec 28, 2004
Speaking on SKY TG24 TV, Enzo Boschi, the head of Italy’s National Geophysics Institute said the quake even disturbed the Earth’s rotation
Russian Scientist: a change in Earth spin rate could be a possible cause of recent EQ. Quick translating from Italian news: ‘A change in the spin speed of the Earth could be the origin of the tsunami that has destroyed countries on the Indian Ocean side. This is what a Russian scientist, Aleksandr Ponomariov, assistant manager of the Institute of Land Physics to Moscow, says. “We think that the change of that speed is a possible cause of the most recent earth cataclysms”, Ponomariov has declared.’
Dec 28, 2004
The earth has entered a seismically active period when weakness in earth’s crusts start breaking apart, volcanoes erupt, plate collisions cause major earthquakes, mud volcanoes erupt and geysers come out in different parts of the world with much higher frequency. This results in volcanic eruption, mudslides, Tsunamis, mega earthquakes and more. According to the Russian scientists, the number of earthquakes in the earth has increased exponentially over the past few years, a phenomenon not seen in modern human history. According to some Russian scientists, another major earthquake in the same vicinity and a series of the same near the equator is evident in near future. The resultant Tsunamis will be three to five time as severe as this one., Jan 1, 2005