the Bible does not prove anything at all just a scam ... Lies and nothing ells . The earth trembles has been happening since the beginning of time .. So this inclusive and integrated by there own bull .. s to direct his life
and think for yourself .. DUDE has socitey internet and electric . The Bible does not mention about the obvious things that science proved.
There was only one in Papua , New Guinea. 6.3 magnitude .
Not sure of fatalities.
I think it's interesting. If this continues, then this year will be exceptional from others, but it is likely that as the year goes earthquakes will slow .
Based on the data accumulated several years of observations , you may be surprised to learn that there have been more earthquakes in the last decade than in previous decades.
Sorry to disappoint Timer End.
The earth goes through periodic changes. At one time all of the continents were together. The earth is not static. Since the tectonic plates basically float, you are going to get movement. This movement will result in seismic activity. There have always been things that seem like the end of the world. Jesus said that only the Father knows when.
I think we live on a dynamic planet. If we didn't have our molten core that creates the magnetic field, and so on and so forth, the planet could not sustain life for any number of reasons. Also, given that technology and information has reached light speed we get more information about what goes on in the world faster than ever before. And since the information is so easy to put out there, more of it is given regardless of its relevance. There are no more natural hiccups now than there were 50 years ago. It's just that what would happen in Singapore was irrelevant in San Francisco and so was never tapped into a telegraph, and only MAYBE was printed in a biweekly chronicle of world events available by subsciption. Now we find it through hundreds of sources.
In short, you believers are buying into omens and fortune telling that elsewhere in your bible is considered witchcraft. So much for the infallible "word of god." You're way behind the times and clinging to ancient superstition. It's pathetic.