Tuesday, September 7, 2010
Earthquake In New Zealand Creates A New Fault Line.
The 7.1 quake that struck New Zealand a couple of days ago, created a new fault line as the Earth heaved and fractured. Parts of New Zealand were thrust up almost 1 meter and caused extensive damage to both buildings and the land mass.
Southern Hemisphere Woes
Something is happening in the Southern Hemisphere that is not a good thing. Scientists in New Zealand now claim that the 7.1 magnitude quake that struck last Saturday may be the beginning of a series of large quakes for New Zealand.
In addition, a volcano in Indonesia has erupted for the second time, spewing ash and rock into the atmosphere. It was from a volcano that had been dormant for 400 years.
Finally, southern Australia is awash with heavy rains and floods, causing lots of damage and hardships. It is as if that part of the Earth is rebelling against humanity.
The next few months will be critical here and requires close observation.