Indo-Australian plate adjustments = LARGE Quakes in lower Americas within days, now 6 times in a row! Crustal displacement sequence evident!

Saturday, March 9, 2013
By Paul Martin

Investmentwatchblog.com
March 9th, 2013

A plate movement sequence has occurred multiple times in a row.. from start to finish within days for each event.
By using actual Earthquake/Buoy data and well documented evidence I’m about to prove to you there is on-going plate destabilization with the Indo-Australian plate which is then in turn triggering a specific global seismic transference over and over again!
Basically a plate movement domino effect sequence… but on a global scale!

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A plate movement sequence has occurred multiple times in a row.. from start to finish within days for each event.
By using actual Earthquake/Buoy data and well documented evidence I’m about to prove to you there is on-going plate destabilization with the Indo-Australian plate which is then in turn triggering a specific global seismic transference over and over again!
Basically a plate movement domino effect sequence… but on a global scale!

I went ahead and took many screenshots to make this easier for you to see for yourself but at the end of this thread I show how anybody can go and verify everything presented here.

So lets first start with the beginning that actually has been scientifically admitted to a degree.
That is the Twin 8+ earthquakes that hit Sumatra, Indonesia April 11th, 2012 triggered a global chain reaction.

Here’s a quote from Fred Pollitz at the US Geological Survey in Menlo Park, California:

“This was the most powerful event [ever recorded] in terms of putting stress on other fault zones around the world,”

In the same article here’s a statement from Matthias Delescluse a Marine Geophysicist at Paris’s Ecole Normale Supérieure:

“The events suggest that the Indo-Australian plate is breaking up along a new plate boundary. Although both are currently on the same plate, Australia is moving faster than India. This is causing a broad area in the centre of the Indo-Australian plate to buckle. As a result, the plate may be splitting”

With Video…HERE

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