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re: 7.2 magnitude quake rocks Taiwan, tsunami warnings issued

Posted on 4/2/24 at 9:39 pm to
Posted by BRgetthenet
Member since Oct 2011
117676 posts
Posted on 4/2/24 at 9:39 pm to
bullshite frick you
Posted by Y.A. Tittle
Member since Sep 2003
101201 posts
Posted on 4/2/24 at 9:41 pm to
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tarzana
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Tectonic instability is the planet's reaction to overheating-- think of it as a planetary reflex, not unlike a wet dog instinctively twitching its body to release moisture off its coat.


This is so fricking stupid.
Posted by jcaz
Laffy
Member since Aug 2014
15514 posts
Posted on 4/2/24 at 9:44 pm to
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Tectonic instability is the planet's reaction to overheating-- think of it as a planetary reflex, not unlike a wet dog instinctively twitching its body to release moisture off its coat.

Fairly certain that’s nonsense and you likely work a government job at the DMV pushing paper.
Posted by rmnldr
Member since Oct 2013
38199 posts
Posted on 4/2/24 at 9:53 pm to
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Tectonic instability is the planet's reaction to overheating-- think of it as a planetary reflex, not unlike a wet dog instinctively twitching its body to release moisture off its coat.


Posted by fr33manator
Baton Rouge
Member since Oct 2010
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Posted on 4/2/24 at 9:56 pm to
I hope Formosa the people there that they are spared the worst
Posted by Rebel
Graceland
Member since Jan 2005
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Posted on 4/2/24 at 9:59 pm to
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tarzana


are we currently in an "ice age"?

Posted by rmnldr
Member since Oct 2013
38199 posts
Posted on 4/2/24 at 10:07 pm to
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I hope Formosa the people there that they are spared the worst


Posted by Rebel
Graceland
Member since Jan 2005
131134 posts
Posted on 4/2/24 at 10:07 pm to
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tarzana


here is your answer.

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At least five major ice ages have occurred throughout Earth’s history: the earliest was over 2 billion years ago, and the most recent one began approximately 3 million years ago and continues today (yes, we live in an ice age!). Currently, we are in a warm interglacial that began about 11,000 years ago. T


you leftist commies suck. the earth has always had earthquakes, the earth just had a major earthquake, 10, 20, 50, 100, 1000 years from now the earth will continue to have earthquakes.

the man made climate hoax you support so much does nothing but empower large global corporations. you're disgusting. The posters on the OT like you even less than the posters on PT. Democrat Underground is the site you seek.
Posted by LegendInMyMind
Member since Apr 2019
53479 posts
Posted on 4/2/24 at 10:13 pm to
Armageddon didn't pan out today as far as the weather goes as tarzana was hoping, so she pivoted to the earthquake.
Posted by gizmothepug
Louisiana
Member since Apr 2015
6368 posts
Posted on 4/2/24 at 10:23 pm to
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Tectonic instability is the planet's reaction to overheating-- think of it as a planetary reflex, not unlike a wet dog instinctively twitching its body to release moisture off its coat.


What about the billions of years before humans? Dinosaur farts? I also don’t think you actually believe that.
Posted by Boomer Rick
Member since Apr 2021
138 posts
Posted on 4/2/24 at 10:26 pm to
They must be fracing.
Posted by udtiger
Over your left shoulder
Member since Nov 2006
98374 posts
Posted on 4/2/24 at 10:27 pm to
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Tectonic instability is the planet's reaction to overheating-- think of it as a planetary reflex, not unlike a wet dog instinctively twitching its body to release moisture off its coat


Thanks for reminding everyone you're fricking retarded
Posted by SouthEasternKaiju
SouthEast... you figure it out
Member since Aug 2021
24657 posts
Posted on 4/2/24 at 10:40 pm to
tarzana - that’s not how any of this works. Which crack pot pseudo science site did you get this nonsense from?

DU? MSNBC?

This post was edited on 4/2/24 at 10:44 pm
Posted by RogerTheShrubber
Juneau, AK
Member since Jan 2009
259800 posts
Posted on 4/2/24 at 10:41 pm to
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Tectonic instability is the planet's reaction to overheating-- think of it as a planetary reflex, not unlike a wet dog instinctively twitching its body to release moisture off its coat.


You heard that in a drumming circle, didnt you?
Posted by Tantal
Member since Sep 2012
13809 posts
Posted on 4/2/24 at 10:47 pm to
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USSR helped overthrow the Chinese government which ran off to Taiwan. USSR installed communist government that has ruled ever since.

Is that the gist?




Pretty much. But Chiang Kai-Shek was asshoe and Mao Zedong was asshoe. Now, OTOH, Taiwan is a democracy and the PRC is even bigger asshoe.
Posted by Havoc
Member since Nov 2015
28111 posts
Posted on 4/2/24 at 10:57 pm to
Witness the power of Humans to now for the first time ever, create a Tectonic instability!
Posted by GeauxGutsy
Member since Jul 2017
4708 posts
Posted on 4/2/24 at 11:13 pm to
Amazing that no one has the discipline to ignore your obvious troll. Good work.
Posted by Figgy
CenCal
Member since May 2020
7130 posts
Posted on 4/2/24 at 11:22 pm to
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Tectonic instability is the planet's reaction to overheating-- think of it as a planetary reflex, not unlike a wet dog instinctively twitching its body to release moisture off its coat.




Please, tell us more.
Posted by Tantal
Member since Sep 2012
13809 posts
Posted on 4/2/24 at 11:31 pm to
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Please, tell us more.

He means that heat creates pressure, causing tectonic movement in response to try to relieve it. Don't construe this as me believing in the global warming hoax. I think he's correct, but it originates in the core, not on the surface. Continents have been moving for millions of years.
This post was edited on 4/2/24 at 11:35 pm
Posted by Robin Masters
Birmingham
Member since Jul 2010
29607 posts
Posted on 4/3/24 at 12:19 am to
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Tectonic instability is the planet's reaction to overheating-- think of it as a planetary reflex, not unlike a wet dog instinctively twitching its body to release moisture off its coat.


Never let a crisis go to waste. Demonrats are shameless.
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