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3 earthquakes since last year ? What's going on ? Earth could survive after 2012 , right?

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#1barrieAnswered at 2012-11-17 18:07:58
Precisely , Mr. Spock . Each calendar has to end sometime . The final song on 12 not
#2TitirAnswered at 2012-11-17 18:31:12
Hey kid , several million earthquakes occur each year . http://earthquake.usgs.gov/learn/facts.p ...
#3ChrissieAnswered at 2012-11-18 15:37:50
There are earthquakes every day every year all over the world . What happened last week is particularly devastating in Japan, and its aftershocks . Although huge , is not the most powerful earthquake in history. The problem was compounded because it occurred on the high seas ( and therefore generates a massive tsunami ... but again , not the biggest I 've ever seen , even in recent history ) and because it was a country with one very high population density . And, yes , there were other earthquakes in the past year ... but in reality are nothing out of the ordinary . I mean , look at the nations around the Himalays . They have massive earthquakes each year , but with the possible exception of China , you do not hear about them as often. Why? Simply because they are not connected to the media as intimately as China , Japan and the Caribbean islands just off the coast of the United States.
#4Phat Ass Answered at 2012-11-18 22:07:18
Nature is what is happening .
#5leratoAnswered at 2012-11-19 17:36:33
We are populating the planet , that's what 's happening. If the earthquake had been in an area where there are people who just have no attention . So earthquakes happen all the time , are those who are beginning to feel the effects , when we are in such high densities .
#6mufasa Answered at 2012-11-22 18:51:32
What the first poster said . :)
#7CadyAnswered at 2012-11-24 16:05:34
Yes Yes The usual. Yes.
#8marymacAnswered at 2012-11-24 16:19:19
Who knows , it is obvious that we are on a course of destruction , however , not to mention all the protests in the Middle East. It's almost a domino effect . Earthquakes in abundance , tsunami , floods , terrible weather conditions. No one can argue that the time has worsened , so does this mean ? Only God knows , and we are told to always be ready, because the Lord will come like a thief in the night . I know things much more must occur before the end, every state in writing that . Atheists are going to break the retarded shit and call us if we use the scriptures as proof , but hey, it has been reliable so far , with hundreds of fulfilled prophecies and scientific evidence . Why do not you think? Pray to God and hope he has mercy enough to save you, all we have to do this . Ignore the instructions if you want , but they're there , do not think at the top of his still , much more needs to happen , I pray that everyone finds peace before the end. God bless you. Also from a Christian perspective , we are told before the end of time , Israel is recreated even though you are surrounded by enemies , man advances in technology severely , sin will take over the world, marriage gay sex becomes normal, will become the norm , ungodliness will become normal earthquakes , land all over the place , changing climatic conditions , and the big wars . So yeah , who knows , I do not think it is 2012 , I think trying to predict a date is useless .
#9drwlsAnswered at 2012-12-13 12:36:08
Jesus said there will be earthquakes in various places and they were going to increase as we approach the end . Matthew chapter 24 .
#10dashawnAnswered at 2013-02-06 14:44:36
The type moon. Look it up. This has happened before and will continue . Our existence is based on events like these .
#11eekAnswered at 2013-03-03 17:00:12
Its so sad this is happening = (
#12ishmamAnswered at 2013-03-31 05:44:00
#13ShamAnswered at 2013-04-12 15:33:57
I 'll get back to you in 2013 and let you know ... stay tuned ...
#14baybee ccAnswered at 2013-04-16 09:23:06
I 've answered this question in two different questions, so instead of repeating everything I post the links for you : Sorry, but it's getting tiring having to rewrite everything, cutting and pasting is a pain in the night mikta ( Y! A keeps crashing ) . To better explain , however - depends on what you believe . I believe that the Earth will survive for several more years at least. My reasoning is that the Rapture has not happened yet , and after it happens , we will have seven years of problems , and 1000 years under the rule of Jesus here on Earth . So my answer is that the Earth will be around for at least another 1007 years . But , I have all the scientific material on those links, so if you want a scientific explanation unlike a Christian explanation , the links will give you what you 're looking for. One is science , the other is a mix between science and God . Enjoy .
#16howaniaAnswered at 2013-05-29 20:39:47
Only 3 since 2010? 6 major quakes 7.0 - 7.9 have been recorded so far in 2011 - there were 17 Major 7.0 - 7.9 earthquakes recorded in 2009. Quakes of various magnitudes happen everyday. Japan itself has around 100 tremors of varying magnitudes a year.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_21s…

Nature is what's "going on" and we puny humans are largely defenseless against it.
#17AnonymousAnswered at 2013-06-02 21:38:16
normal stuff but your wrong
the earth has hundreds of earth quakes some times they effect settled areas
nothing different
#18normanAnswered at 2013-07-15 16:48:48
Earth is 4.54 billion years old...and your worried about 2012?
#19The a1-,? -Answered at 2013-08-10 13:59:07
King James Bible
And the land is defiled: therefore I do visit the iniquity thereof upon it, and the land itself vomiteth out her inhabitants.
LEVITICUS 18;25
This scripture puts the blame for earthquakes squarely upon the earth puking because it is defiled.

Somebody needs to go out and get a lot of Pepto Bismol.
#20YongAnswered at 2013-08-22 23:09:55
Only time will tell.
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