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ZetaTalk: Folding Pacific
written June 9, 2005

New land will emerge near Antarctica between the tip of Africa and South America.
ZetaTalk: Sinking and Rising
Why does the Seaway rip, the African Rift Valley rip, the Atlantic rip, while the Pacific compresses?
ZetaTalk: Snap, Crackle, Pop
This does more than sink the SE United States and pull apart the African Rift, it pulls the Middle East into a skew.
ZetaTalk: Torque Effect

We stated very early in the life of ZetaTalk that new land would be emerging between the tips of Africa and South America, pushed up as the plate Antartica rides on is pushed under on the Pacific side. This stress on the Pacific side is now becoming evident as the Antartic Plate begins to loosen along all it's edges, and most particularly to nose up at the spot we predicted. As with the Sumatra quakes late December 2004, it is the moment when a plate pops out of its restraints that the drama is most exposed to earthlings crawling about on the surface. Subduction amounts to relatively quiet trembling on the surface as friction shakes the top plate, gripping and loosening, alternately. Stretch amounts to sudden dropping, disturbing man's tidy network of roads and bridges and railways and those skyscrapers he assumes have a firm foundation of rock that will not shift. But the popping of a plate under the pressure of the Earth torque we have so very well described is unexpected. Land suddenly rises, other land plummets, and water must find another home in rushing tsunamis.

The vast Pacific, scarcely mapped as to its plates and plate boundaries as how could man lay seismographic equipment deep under the waves? The trembling floor of the Pacific is measured, peripherally, by instruments placed on land. Man places equipment on islands, where ridges jut above the waves, and presumes to understand what he cannot touch. We have described land both beneath and above the waves as akin to flaky pie crust, where the flakes can pull apart creating a weaker crust during a stretch, and can fold under each other during compression to form a thicker crust. Land that is above the waves is there in the main because of it's composition, making it relatively lighter than the land that sinks to the ocean bottoms. Is the Pacific as solid as man presumes? Hardly, it has dozens of plates man is unaware of, riddled with fault lines that are ready to slide and fracture, pockets of flaky rock ready to shorten and fatten into more solid rock, and deep trenches in the ocean floor likely to fold. And why would it not? Crumple a piece of paper, and lay it flat on a table top. Grab the edges and push. What part of that paper gives so that the paper can compress? Ridges will rise higher, trenches will grow more narrow, and the release of tension elsewhere will allow other plates adjoining the great Pacific to likewise move.

Look for the Atlantic to widen, giving rise to the stretch zone phenomena we have so long predicted. And sudden tsunami along the Pacific coastlines, with panic developing among the peoples there that have so long assumed the Pacific to live up to her name. The world's populations, long denied the truth about what approaches them, will begin to demand answers. Can this be Global Warming causing the Earth's plates to heave and snap? We have long warned the establishment to begin telling the truth, before they lose all credibility with the people they hope to continue to dominate. The time when they can still accomplish that, come clean, admit the cover-up and throw scapegoats to the mob to take the brunt of the rage, is about to end. Soon the truth will be out before the mob, obvious, undeniable, and all involved in withholding the truth held responsible.

May 31, Tiksi, RussiaJun 9, Tiksi, Russia
May 31, Bilibino, RussiaJun 9, Bilibino, Russia
May 31, Midway Island, Pacific OceanJun 9, Midway Island, Pacific Ocean
May 31, Wake Island, Pacific OceanJun 9, Wake Island, Pacific Ocean
May 31, Guam, Marianas IslandsJun 9, Guam, Marianas Islands
May 31, Palmer Station, AntarcticaJun 9, Palmer Station, Antarctica