Wednesday, March 3, 2010

Chile Earthquake Has Shifted an Earth axis and Shortened Day

. Wednesday, March 3, 2010

A recent 8.8 magnitude earthquake on Saturday in Chile has caused massive devastation in the South American country. Recovery efforts already running in the midst of chaos and looting that requires military intervention. But there are other things that should be listened according to media, NASA scientists reported that a massive Chile earthquake has changed the axis of our earth. At that theory, but think about what this could mean Chilean earthquake brings shorter days.
Earthquake in Chile moved the earth off its axis by about 3 inches.

Earthquake became deadly wrecking machine in the past few days. After Haiti devastated by the earthquake, Chile badly damaged by the earthquake and tsunami a few days ago. Unfortunately, earthquake will make tectonics plate became unstable, so it can trigger earthquakes in other places. After Haiti, and Chile, earthquakes can occur in other areas for some time ahead.

Big earthquake (magnitude 7 or more) and earthquake epicenter near the surface, will cause severe damage and may trigger a tsunami when the epicenter was at sea. Combination of earthquake and tsunami will be led to thousands of people died and millions of homes damaged.

A recent 8.8 magnitude earthquake on Saturday in Chile has caused massive devastation in the South American country. Recovery efforts already running in the midst of chaos and looting that requires military intervention. But there are other things that should be listened according to media, NASA scientists reported that a massive Chile earthquake has changed the axis of our earth. At that theory, but think about what this could mean Chilean earthquake brings shorter days.
Earthquake in Chile moved the earth off its axis by about 3 inches.

At present, scientists can measure the length of the day of the Earth with an accuracy of only about 20 millions of seconds, so the shortened days are caused by an earthquake in Chile can be estimated but not measured. Impact of those changes may be only a few microseconds (or less) per day, but if collected in a few decades, it's may feel.
How Chile Earthquake Shortened Day? See national geographic


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