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Friday, January 14, 2011

Australia Flooding Influenced by Plate Bending as well as Tilting?

"Certainly the Australian artesian basin will be affected by the Earth changes, and well before the tipping of the Indo-Australian Plate during the hour of the pole shift. We have mentioned that plates being raised will often bend at the point where they are rising up from ground level, and thus losing the support they used to enjoy. For Australia this breaking point occurs 1/3 of the way across the continent from the eastern shore. East of that point it is rising from the magma, and west of that point being pushed down into the magma so the plate can plunge under the Himalayas. Thus, the bending point is right in the middle of your artesian basin. This puts pressure on the water pool, so presumably it would tend to spurt out any tap"
ZetaTalk Chat Q&A for September 11, 2010"When the Indo-Australian Plate is tipped to the extent that the eastern part of the plate will be lifting above the magma supporting it, the bend will be along what is currently low land in Australian. As we have often stated this represents weak point in a land mass where the rock layers are thin. For Australia, this will be from the southernmost part of the Gulf of Carpentaria, to the east round Mount Isa, down through the Central Lowlands (which are below sea level) and thence SW to the sea."

HowardComment by Howard 1 hour ago
 "Overall, you will not lose your ground water, but there may be much flux during the times leading into the shift, as well as for many years afterwards. Plan for times when the water table seems to be dropping, but do not expect such times to last for long."  ZetaTalk - Australia
CyaneusComment by Cyaneus 1 hour ago
Howard, in light of the above, would ground water bores (generally speaking)  in Queensland and New South Wales still function after the Pole Shift, or would all that potable water in the Great Artesian Basin become part of the new ocean?
Lisa RemdeComment by Lisa Remde 3 hours ago
This makes sense as to why flood waters would occur in the absence of rain.
Flooded Australia City "like War Zone,"
January 13, 2011
The floods across the state of Queensland have killed at least 19 people, 12 of whom died in the Toowoomba area inland, and 61 were missing. Toowoomba and the Lockyer Valley region, west of state capital Brisbane, were devastated by tsunami-like flash flooding. Large parts of Brisbane have become muddy lakes, with an entire waterfront cafe among the debris washing down the Brisbane River, a torrent that has flooded 12,000 homes in the city of 2 million and left 118,000 buildings without power. The flooding, which started before Christmas, continued in other areas of Queensland, with the 6,000 residents of Goondiwindi southwest of Brisbane facing a record flood. "This is a very eerie flood for us because we've had no rain," said Goondiwindi Mayor Graeme Scheu.
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