Tectonic Economics – 8.9 Earthquake and 500 mph Tsunami hit Japan – Friday, March 11, 2012

 

We are all in shock after the huge 8.9 earthquake off shore of Japan that caused a huge Monster Tsunami that came in at approximately 500 miles per hour as is reported.
 
Plate Tectonics World Economics = Tectonic Economics
The Way of the Future
 
We must be aware of the shift and uplift of our planets crust. Therefore, I have asked many to pay attention by way of the U.S.G. S. service on the Internet.
 
People are now saying a quake struck at 2:46 P.M.
 
There was a wall of water according to the official news service say that the tsunami washed across at 500 miles per hour. The map of Japan will have to be redrawn after this earthquake. That is 2:45 local time is being reported.
 
9 A.M. across Japan north and east of Tokyo.
 
Oil refineries were exploding and were lighting up the sky. The Japanese Prime Minister was in a meeting but has been aware and speaking with news agencies.
 
Cars, trucks, buses, homes, and muddy water hauled away much for hours.
 
There are people who are stranded. Some people are going to spend the night in the office.
 
Hawaii had 7 ft. high waves and California and Washington coast lines were warned.
 
President Obama called this tragedy catostrophic.” Humanity is one and Japan will come back stronger than ever hopefully with our help!”
 
Tthe main thing we can supply is the U.S. Navy lift capacity with the U.S.S. Ronald Reagan with full medical facilities on board.
 
This is a huge disaster and the State department is encouraging U.S. Citizens and can reach [email protected] 
 
 
The energy that I had been feeling had me watching JAPAN on U.S.G.S. and I knew something was going to happen in Japan and could only share the U.S.G.S. website for those who are Facebook friends.
 
The past few days have had me concerned about the world and I could feel that there would be something happening and in my own mind, I could not believe I was being warned inside my mind. Intelligence gathering what it is today, there would have been resentment towards me had I called U.S.G.S. but I had been emailing Cyrellys Geibhendach, and had sent a small message to Richard Dolan about Tectonic Economics. This is about hours and sometimes days before there will be a major natural disaster. This is considered a gift or a curse. I had not felt any good feelings in my energy and that which is above in the Akashic Field. 
 
Part of this energy was so upsetting that it was mixed in with people like Charlie Sheen and others who have been causing excitement and the world energy has been in upheaval. 
 
We can share all of our knowledge and learn from our mistakes but how we can prevent the destruction prior is not looking good.
 
People have been swept away by the tsunami that happened today on Friday, March 11, 2011. Some say it was felt before sunrise while others are reporting about 7:45. A train was washed away about 2:45 to 3 PM, which was full of people. This has been reported by the news on our American television channels.
 
We work hard to know the future, and some of us can feel the coming of disasters in lucid dreams. No one can predict disasters but some of us can feel the change in our physical bodies from the earth’s energy. The energy provides us with a primal alert inside our body-mind-spirits.
 
 
 
The future will have to deal with continental divides, which include the economics of each continent based on the geographic location with demographics.
 
We must strengthen our knowledge about our planet’s future and how the tectonic shifts will affect our culture on each continent and tectonic plate.
 
One again I offer the information that we must move our population up and away from these fault lines that divide each tectonic plate.
 
It will be the fault of the governments in each tectonic continent location from this day forth as we have been warned in the last 24 hours of that which can be expected from the shifts and uplifts that are happening on our planet.
 
 
 
Source: http://science.nationalgeographic.com/science/earth/the-dynamic-earth/plate-tectonics-article/ 
 
There are a few handfuls of major plates and dozens of smaller, or minor, plates. Six of the majors are named for the continents embedded within them, such as the North American, African, and Antarctic plates. Though smaller in size, the minors are no less important when it comes to shaping the Earth. The tiny Juan de Fuca plate is largely responsible for the volcanoes that dot the Pacific Northwest of the United States.
The plates make up Earth’s outer shell, called the lithosphere. (This includes the crust and uppermost part of the mantle.) Churning currents in the molten rocks below propel them along like a jumble of conveyor belts in disrepair. Most geologic activity stems from the interplay where the plates meet or divide.
The movement of the plates creates three types of tectonic boundaries: convergent, where plates move into one another; divergent, where plates move apart; and transform, where plates move sideways in relation to each other.
Convergent Boundaries
Where plates serving landmasses collide, the crust crumples and buckles into mountain ranges. India and Asia crashed about 55 million years ago, slowly giving rise to the Himalaya, the highest mountain system on Earth. As the mash-up continues, the mountains get higher. Mount Everest, the highest point on Earth, may be a tiny bit taller tomorrow than it is today.
These convergent boundaries also occur where a plate of ocean dives, in a process called subduction, under a landmass. As the overlying plate lifts up, it also forms mountain ranges. In addition, the diving plate melts and is often spewed out in volcanic eruptions such as those that formed some of the mountains in the Andes of South America.
At ocean-ocean convergences, one plate usually dives beneath the other, forming deep trenches like the Mariana Trench in the North Pacific Ocean, the deepest point on Earth. These types of collisions can also lead to underwater volcanoes that eventually build up into island arcs like Japan.
Divergent Boundaries
At divergent boundaries in the oceans, magma from deep in the Earth’s mantle rises toward the surface and pushes apart two or more plates. Mountains and volcanoes rise along the seam. The process renews the ocean floor and widens the giant basins. A single mid-ocean ridge system connects the world’s oceans, making the ridge the longest mountain range in the world.
On land, giant troughs such as the Great Rift Valley in Africa form where plates are tugged apart. If the plates there continue to diverge, millions of years from now eastern Africa will split from the continent to form a new landmass. A mid-ocean ridge would then mark the boundary between the plates.
Transform Boundaries
The San Andreas Fault in California is an example of a transform boundary, where two plates grind past each other along what are called strike-slip faults. These boundaries do not produce spectacular features like mountains or oceans, but the halting motion often triggers large earthquakes, such as the 1906 one that devastated San Francisco.
 
 

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