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    Default Re: Earthquakes and gravity

    Tidal bulge has been known to include land mass for a long time. The plate movement is continual but the interfaces can stick and then jump to catch up. Not considering both plastic movements of the crust related in earthquakes is denial.
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    Default Re: Earthquakes and gravity

    Quote Originally Posted by kingclinton View Post
    Ok, home now and here are some of the links.
    Sadly a lot are video's.

    The chaps name is Ben Davidson.
    He has the website "Suspicious Observers" here:

    In the tab on the left click on and open the "Free resources" tab and the click on the "Quake watch" tab.
    He has all the technical jargon there that may interest you.

    I have no real feelings or thoughts on this other than I find it interesting and do watch his daily videos that he posts on YT.
    He also has a very handy weather segment, if you watch one of the videos.
    Thanks, I'll check it out. Maybe he has a blog or has published some articles.
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