What causes Earthquakes?

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Earthquakes are caused by the reverse piezoelectric effect from lightning strikes. Lightning strikes originate from the electrically charged Sun which continually charges the Earth with negative electricity creating an electric circuit within the Earth cavity.

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4 Responses to What causes Earthquakes?

  1. BlueMoon says:

    Since when have earthquakes ever been connected with lightning strikes? They are connected with tectonic plate movements along fault lines, which you can measure yourself. Well, I don’t suppose you could, because there aren’t any fault lines against Ireland.

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    • Wild HereticWild Heretic says:

      Since I wrote about it.

      Tectonic plates are a theory and of course there are fault lines.

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      • BlueMoon says:

        If tectonic plates are a theory, what are fault lines separating? Why does the land permanently move drastically when an earthquake happens, and move slowly at all other times? Do you have any evidence that lightning strikes cause earthquakes? And since lightning strikes above ground, why do earthquakes start below ground?

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        • Wild HereticWild Heretic says:

          Maybe I should have been more specific. Subduction is a theory – the plates residing under the other.

          Why does the land permanently move drastically when an earthquake happens?

          Vibration from the piezo-electric effect.
          https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RxitIewLv9c

          move slowly at all other times?

          Do you mean the expanding earth or the millions of tiny earthquakes happening throughout the year?

          Do you have any evidence that lightning strikes cause earthquakes?

          Only correlation.

          And since lightning strikes above ground, why do earthquakes start below ground?

          I’d guess that lightning hits the crust and conducts through the ground until it meets resistance which are the fracture lines between the plates.

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