A giant tectonic plate under the Indian Ocean, known as the India-Australia Capricorn plate, is breaking apart at about 1.7 mm (0.07 mm) per year, according to a new study. At this pace, it would take a million years for the two broken pieces to be 1.7 km (1 mile) apart. Such movements can trigger millions of years of devastating earthquakes.
(Colorado) I was having adverse bodily effects and neuro Thu especially, but aftershocks too, and I don't what was disrupting my rhythms yesterday (Sat) afternoon and again overnight. I couldn't find anything but near Mexico.
that and my home in AZ has been creaking
Something big this way comes
Raiding the DUMBs. Nevada has a huge underground tunnel system.