Written July 3, 2010
Could the Zeta's please respond to the irregular wave patterns we are seeing on the buoy data reporting system for buoy 55023 north eastern Indo-Australian Plate? Are they showing a relationship to the flow of magma beneath the earth or perhaps harmonic tremors?
When asked about this in April, 2010 when buoy 55023 first began showing the sea floor rise, we mentioned not only the steady rise of the eastern edge of the
Indo-Australian Plate but flexible parts of this plate which can flex when the plate position changes. Plates are heavy, and when they are tipped up, they can bend at
the point where they are becoming suspended, bend under the weight of rock no longer supported by magma. A void is created under that part of the plate, in
essence. The sudden precipitous drop in water height on June 25, 2010 does indeed have a relationship to the 7.1 quake in the Solomons a day later. This activity,
the lift in the plate, has gotten stronger, and the trend will only increase in the near future.
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