Some of them can be experienced, others can't. A few #earthquakes are caused by humans (e.g. mining, construction), but most of them are occurring naturally. Although invisible, the magnetic field and electric currents in and around Earth generate complex forces that have immeasurable effects on our everyday lives. However, nobody knows exactly why the number of earthquakes has increased nor why they get stronger. #NASA, #ESA, Research Centers and Scientists try to get answers. Today, we like to give you a very simple and not scientific explanation.
In our universe everything is based on energy; every planet, star, every moon and asteroid has its own gravity and magnetic force. Our Earth has a big ferrous liquid center, called magma. The surface we live on (continental plates) is nothing else than hardened magma and as you know, this plates are in constant movement. Our North and South Pole are of course magnetic as well.
A few facts: year after year, the North Pole moves away from the magnetic north (currently a total of 11.5 degrees). And within the last 15 years the magnetic field has lost 10% of its power. Looking at Earth's history, every 300'000-350'000 years a pole reversal has happened. The last one was more than 750'000 years ago - so a pole shift is overdue. It seems like this is exactly where we are going right now, as earthquakes and volcanic eruptions are on the rise.
Compare the images in this post and have a look at the numbers. Please note, we do not claim that all of this is correct, we just say it could be a possible explanation.
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U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) GSA Structural Geology & Tectonics Division Natural Disasters #Earthquake #ESA #NASA #Nature#Catastrophe #Pole #Magnetic #Field
Earthquake in Greece last night with 6.4 on the magnitude followed by a mini Tsunami. The frequency of earthquakes have shown a rising trend over the past years. You like to know why? We work on the why - and get back with more facts and figures soon.
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