The Earth is in a transition period. Our hunger for oil and gas around the globe is having an effect on the internal bones of our planet. No one talks about that. Very few scientists want to say what they really think about all the earthquakes that are happening around the world.
Nepal’s 7.8 magnitude quake is just one of many major quakes that will take the lives of thousands, destroy part of the infrastructure of cities, and devastate the monuments and ancient places of worship that mean so much to so many.
Sam Tabar suggests that the quakes are products of shifting continental plates that continue to move about an inch a year. Some scientist believe they are moving faster than that now. The reason is a massive reconfiguration of the Earth. The Earth is designed to adjust to the life on and in it. Our quest to populate the world, and use fossil fuels to help maintain our ever-growing population is changing the Earth’s core. If we lost as much blood (percentage wise) as the Earth has lost blood, or what we call oil, we would make some adjustments too.