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mercoledì 25 settembre 2013

TERREMOTO PAKISTAN 7,8 MAGNETUDO. DOPO SORGE UN'ISOLA DAL MARE.

here are breaking reports of a new island rising out of the sea due to a powerful 7.8 magnitude earthquake in southern Pakistan
Read more at http://www.activistpost.com/2013/09/new-island-rises-out-of-sea-after-78.html#huduM2bGv4rHvCmW.99
There are breaking reports of a new island rising out of the sea due to a powerful 7.8 magnitude earthquake in southern Pakistan.

Reuters reports:
A major earthquake hit a remote part of western Pakistan on Tuesday, killing at least 45 people and prompting a new island to rise from the sea just off the country's southern coast. 
Tremors were felt as far away as the Indian capital of New Delhi, hundreds of miles (kilometers) to the east, where buildings shook, as well as the sprawling port city of Karachi in Pakistan. 
The United States Geological Survey said the 7.8 magnitude quake struck 145 miles southeast of Dalbandin in Pakistan's quake-prone province of Baluchistan, which borders Iran.

The earthquake was so powerful that it caused the seabed to rise and create a small, mountain-like island about 600 meters (yards) off Pakistan's Gwadar coastline in the Arabian Sea.
No video has yet to emerge of the island's unprecedented rapid formation. The USGS provides some background on how this could have occurred.
Read more at http://www.activistpost.com/2013/09/new-island-rises-out-of-sea-after-78.html#huduM2bGv4rHvCmW.99


Reuters reports:
A major earthquake hit a remote part of western Pakistan on Tuesday, killing at least 45 people and prompting a new island to rise from the sea just off the country's southern coast. 
Tremors were felt as far away as the Indian capital of New Delhi, hundreds of miles (kilometers) to the east, where buildings shook, as well as the sprawling port city of Karachi in Pakistan. 
The United States Geological Survey said the 7.8 magnitude quake struck 145 miles southeast of Dalbandin in Pakistan's quake-prone province of Baluchistan, which borders Iran.

The earthquake was so powerful that it caused the seabed to rise and create a small, mountain-like island about 600 meters (yards) off Pakistan's Gwadar coastline in the Arabian Sea.
No video has yet to emerge of the island's unprecedented rapid formation. The USGS provides some background on how this could have occurred.
Read more at http://www.activistpost.com/2013/09/new-island-rises-out-of-sea-after-78.html#huduM2bGv4rHvCmW.99
Reuters reports:
A major earthquake hit a remote part of western Pakistan on Tuesday, killing at least 45 people and prompting a new island to rise from the sea just off the country's southern coast. 
Tremors were felt as far away as the Indian capital of New Delhi, hundreds of miles (kilometers) to the east, where buildings shook, as well as the sprawling port city of Karachi in Pakistan. 
The United States Geological Survey said the 7.8 magnitude quake struck 145 miles southeast of Dalbandin in Pakistan's quake-prone province of Baluchistan, which borders Iran.

The earthquake was so powerful that it caused the seabed to rise and create a small, mountain-like island about 600 meters (yards) off Pakistan's Gwadar coastline in the Arabian Sea.
No video has yet to emerge of the island's unprecedented rapid formation. The USGS provides some background on how this could have occurred.
Read more at http://www.activistpost.com/2013/09/new-island-rises-out-of-sea-after-78.html#huduM2bGv4rHvCmW.99


La REUTERS riporta :

“ un grande terremoto ha colpito una regione remota del Pakistan Occidentale, martedi u.s. uccidendo almeno 45 persone [attualmente si riporta siano molte di piu’] e ha causato l’affioramento dal mare di una nuova isola, proprio al largo della costa meridionale del Paese.

Le scosse sono state sentite anche molto lontano: nella capitale indiana di New Delhi, centinaia di chilometri a est, dove gli edifici hanno tremato, ma anche nel porto pakistano della città di Karachi.
L’Osservatorio Geologico  USA  ha detto che la magnetudo è stata di 7.8 ed ha colpito a  145 miglia a sud est di Dalbandin nella provincia sismica di Baluchistan, in Pakistan, al confine con l’Iran.

Il terremoto è stato cosi potete  che ha fatto sì che il letto del mare salisse e creasse una piccola isola simile ad una montagna di ca 600 metri al largo della linea costiera pakistana di Gwadar nel Mare Arabico.
Non ci sono video [non sono ad ora resi disponibili, almeno…] che mostrino la fuoriuscita dell’isola. Un fenomeno senza precedenti, per la rapida formazione dell'isola".

here are breaking reports of a new island rising out of the sea due to a powerful 7.8 magnitude earthquake in southern Pakistan
Read more at http://www.activistpost.com/2013/09/new-island-rises-out-of-sea-after-78.html#huduM2bGv4rHvCmW.99
There are breaking reports of a new island rising out of the sea due to a powerful 7.8 magnitude earthquake in southern Pakistan.

Reuters reports:
A major earthquake hit a remote part of western Pakistan on Tuesday, killing at least 45 people and prompting a new island to rise from the sea just off the country's southern coast. 
Tremors were felt as far away as the Indian capital of New Delhi, hundreds of miles (kilometers) to the east, where buildings shook, as well as the sprawling port city of Karachi in Pakistan. 
The United States Geological Survey said the 7.8 magnitude quake struck 145 miles southeast of Dalbandin in Pakistan's quake-prone province of Baluchistan, which borders Iran.

The earthquake was so powerful that it caused the seabed to rise and create a small, mountain-like island about 600 meters (yards) off Pakistan's Gwadar coastline in the Arabian Sea.
No video has yet to emerge of the island's unprecedented rapid formation. The USGS provides some background on how this could have occurred.


The USGS writes:
Geologic development of the region is a consequence of a number of first-order plate tectonic processes that include subduction, large-scale transform faulting, compressional mountain building and crustal extension... 
Continental thickening of the northern and western edge of the India subcontinent has produced the highest mountains in the world, including the Himalayan, Karakoram, Pamir and Hindu Kush ranges. Earthquake activity and faulting found in this region, as well as adjacent parts of Afghanistan and India, are due to collisional plate tectonics.
Commentary below by earthquake and climate researcher Dutchsinse:

Read more at http://www.activistpost.com/2013/09/new-island-rises-out-of-sea-after-78.html#huduM2bGv4rHvCmW.99
There are breaking reports of a new island rising out of the sea due to a powerful 7.8 magnitude earthquake in southern Pakistan.

Reuters reports:
A major earthquake hit a remote part of western Pakistan on Tuesday, killing at least 45 people and prompting a new island to rise from the sea just off the country's southern coast. 
Tremors were felt as far away as the Indian capital of New Delhi, hundreds of miles (kilometers) to the east, where buildings shook, as well as the sprawling port city of Karachi in Pakistan. 
The United States Geological Survey said the 7.8 magnitude quake struck 145 miles southeast of Dalbandin in Pakistan's quake-prone province of Baluchistan, which borders Iran.

The earthquake was so powerful that it caused the seabed to rise and create a small, mountain-like island about 600 meters (yards) off Pakistan's Gwadar coastline in the Arabian Sea.
No video has yet to emerge of the island's unprecedented rapid formation. The USGS provides some background on how this could have occurred.


The USGS writes:
Geologic development of the region is a consequence of a number of first-order plate tectonic processes that include subduction, large-scale transform faulting, compressional mountain building and crustal extension... 
Continental thickening of the northern and western edge of the India subcontinent has produced the highest mountains in the world, including the Himalayan, Karakoram, Pamir and Hindu Kush ranges. Earthquake activity and faulting found in this region, as well as adjacent parts of Afghanistan and India, are due to collisional plate tectonics.
Commentary below by earthquake and climate researcher Dutchsinse:

Read more at http://www.activistpost.com/2013/09/new-island-rises-out-of-sea-after-78.html#huduM2bGv4rHvCmW.99
There are breaking reports of a new island rising out of the sea due to a powerful 7.8 magnitude earthquake in southern Pakistan.

Reuters reports:
A major earthquake hit a remote part of western Pakistan on Tuesday, killing at least 45 people and prompting a new island to rise from the sea just off the country's southern coast. 
Tremors were felt as far away as the Indian capital of New Delhi, hundreds of miles (kilometers) to the east, where buildings shook, as well as the sprawling port city of Karachi in Pakistan. 
The United States Geological Survey said the 7.8 magnitude quake struck 145 miles southeast of Dalbandin in Pakistan's quake-prone province of Baluchistan, which borders Iran.

The earthquake was so powerful that it caused the seabed to rise and create a small, mountain-like island about 600 meters (yards) off Pakistan's Gwadar coastline in the Arabian Sea.
No video has yet to emerge of the island's unprecedented rapid formation. The USGS provides some background on how this could have occurred.


The USGS writes:
Geologic development of the region is a consequence of a number of first-order plate tectonic processes that include subduction, large-scale transform faulting, compressional mountain building and crustal extension... 
Continental thickening of the northern and western edge of the India subcontinent has produced the highest mountains in the world, including the Himalayan, Karakoram, Pamir and Hindu Kush ranges. Earthquake activity and faulting found in this region, as well as adjacent parts of Afghanistan and India, are due to collisional plate tectonics.
Commentary below by earthquake and climate researcher Dutchsinse:

Read more at http://www.activistpost.com/2013/09/new-island-rises-out-of-sea-after-78.html#huduM2bGv4rHvCmW.99
There are breaking reports of a new island rising out of the sea due to a powerful 7.8 magnitude earthquake in southern Pakistan.

Reuters reports:
A major earthquake hit a remote part of western Pakistan on Tuesday, killing at least 45 people and prompting a new island to rise from the sea just off the country's southern coast. 
Tremors were felt as far away as the Indian capital of New Delhi, hundreds of miles (kilometers) to the east, where buildings shook, as well as the sprawling port city of Karachi in Pakistan. 
The United States Geological Survey said the 7.8 magnitude quake struck 145 miles southeast of Dalbandin in Pakistan's quake-prone province of Baluchistan, which borders Iran.

The earthquake was so powerful that it caused the seabed to rise and create a small, mountain-like island about 600 meters (yards) off Pakistan's Gwadar coastline in the Arabian Sea.
No video has yet to emerge of the island's unprecedented rapid formation. The USGS provides some background on how this could have occurred.


The USGS writes:
Geologic development of the region is a consequence of a number of first-order plate tectonic processes that include subduction, large-scale transform faulting, compressional mountain building and crustal extension... 
Continental thickening of the northern and western edge of the India subcontinent has produced the highest mountains in the world, including the Himalayan, Karakoram, Pamir and Hindu Kush ranges. Earthquake activity and faulting found in this region, as well as adjacent parts of Afghanistan and India, are due to collisional plate tectonics.
Commentary below by earthquake and climate researcher Dutchsinse:

Read more at http://www.activistpost.com/2013/09/new-island-rises-out-of-sea-after-78.html#huduM2bGv4rHvCmW.99
There are breaking reports of a new island rising out of the sea due to a powerful 7.8 magnitude earthquake in southern Pakistan.

Reuters reports:
A major earthquake hit a remote part of western Pakistan on Tuesday, killing at least 45 people and prompting a new island to rise from the sea just off the country's southern coast. 
Tremors were felt as far away as the Indian capital of New Delhi, hundreds of miles (kilometers) to the east, where buildings shook, as well as the sprawling port city of Karachi in Pakistan. 
The United States Geological Survey said the 7.8 magnitude quake struck 145 miles southeast of Dalbandin in Pakistan's quake-prone province of Baluchistan, which borders Iran.

The earthquake was so powerful that it caused the seabed to rise and create a small, mountain-like island about 600 meters (yards) off Pakistan's Gwadar coastline in the Arabian Sea.
No video has yet to emerge of the island's unprecedented rapid formation. The USGS provides some background on how this could have occurred.


The USGS writes:
Geologic development of the region is a consequence of a number of first-order plate tectonic processes that include subduction, large-scale transform faulting, compressional mountain building and crustal extension... 
Continental thickening of the northern and western edge of the India subcontinent has produced the highest mountains in the world, including the Himalayan, Karakoram, Pamir and Hindu Kush ranges. Earthquake activity and faulting found in this region, as well as adjacent parts of Afghanistan and India, are due to collisional plate tectonics.
Commentary below by earthquake and climate researcher Dutchsinse:

Read more at http://www.activistpost.com/2013/09/new-island-rises-out-of-sea-after-78.html#huduM2bGv4rHvCmW.99

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