OK , one of the factors is the destruction tsunamis
I wonder , because when the tsunami occurred in Japan 2011 , went in all the countries bordering the Pacific Ring of Fire , I think. And as it traveled across the Pacific Ocean , ocean currents did get messed up or disturbed etc? And if so, do any damage occur to the extreme weather patterns ?
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say the ocean tide is rising cos moon gravitational attraction acting on our land , why im not floating in a moonlit night .......... lol
As a scientist has calculated the size and weight of the earth , moon and sun ?
I mean it's a county of more than 1 billion . They had another earthquake that took a toll of nearly one million people . So could the weight of the earth for China to be a cause of this earthquake happened , and earthquakes in the future ? I mean, can cause major failures to do their thing and shape ?
Hypothetically, of course , if you were , for example , able to transfer a few billion tonne of cans or old shoes and deposit them in a continent / in an ocean . What weight geological events could take place and what kind ?
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verses unarmed man armed , armed and animals without armed , unarmed man , animal poems , swimming in the water , the swimmer in the water not on board a ship, earthquake , fire, flood , verses living
for example when I stand in front of the sea when the tide is rising and the waves crash over me . I feel like the ocean is mightier than I , that's a power for me . Or when I'm in a hurricane , etc etc. So my question is do you think there are higher powers than you, but not necessarily a God ? And if so what is the difference ?
I'm writing a book and is not supposed to be an earthquake in it , but I have not exactly had much experience with earthquakes ... Basically , I was expecting an earthquake could damage buildings citywide uncapped . Example ( and I really do not know if this makes sense or not, but ... ) , I was hoping to have an old building with a newly added upper floor , is it possible that the top floor to be near collapse , but the rest of the building to be mostly right? Like maybe if the upper floor was built really cheap or something ... ? Yes , as you can tell they really have no idea what I'm doing here ! lol Any help is appreciated :) Also, what would be like the streets after that? Will there be a lot of cracks in the pavement ?