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New York Earthquake Blamed on Climate Change – Unbelievable Explanation

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The fairy Puck cried out in Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream, “Lord what fools are these mortals!” Puck was referring to climate hysterics, who blame anything unusual happening today on climate change.

The earthquake that occurred on the East Coast on Friday, centered around New York/New Jersey, was bound to lead scientists (and less-than-sophisticated men and women) to draw the logical conclusion, because it is bad, and happened on our planet, that it must be climate change.

Earthquakes occur when stresses build up along faults in the earth. These suddenly “slip”, causing one fault to slide over another and cause the earth’s movement. There are enormous forces at play, which dwarf any human attempts to control or influence them.

If you look very, very closely at the earthquake and wish very, extremely hard, it is possible to see climate change in action.

Dr. Antonios Marsellos, associate professor at the Department of Geology, Environment, and Sustainability, Hofstra University, attempts to explain.

Dr. Marsellos said to NBC New York that an earthquake is based upon tectonic plate movement. New York sits on a ‘lazy,’ or slack, plate. This is good because we don’t have as many earthquakes. However, there are also other factors, such as too much rainfall or drought.

Rain can cause floods, which if they continue for a long time could lead to landslides. Dr. Marsellos explained that the slides could “lubricate faults” and be responsible for an increased frequency of earthquakes.

Jeffrey Park, Professor of Earth and Planetary Sciences, at Yale University, believes that climate change played a role in the movement of billions of tons.

Dr. Park stated that the constant rise in sea level can increase the pressure on Earth’s shelf and coastlines. This results in mostly scattered, infrequent earthquakes with long lead times.

Experts say that there is no reason to panic and that no major earthquake is expected soon.

Any substance that can “lubricate the earth” well enough to trigger an earthquake should be packaged and sold. “White Lightning,” indeed.

Hank Johnson, a US Representative from Guam, was seated in a 2010 committee hearing and worried that Guam might “capsize” due to the presence of too many Marines.

He asked Adm. Robert Willard at the time, who was the head of the U.S. Pacific Fleet.

Johnson stated, “My concern is that the island will become overcrowded and tip over.” Willard replied, “We do not anticipate that.”

The admiral responded respectfully, but also unintentionally funny. What do you say to this “science-based candidate” for the Senate in New Jersey?

NJ was the first place I felt an earthquake. We never get earthquakes. Climate change is real.

The strangest experience you’ve ever had

In recent years, geologists have noted an apparent correlation between the weight of water on Earth’s surface as well as the possibility of earthquakes.

Researchers have been prompted by past seismic activity to examine the effects of global rainfall and drought on earthquake frequencies.

Scientists have discovered an “apparent correlation”. Researchers are investigating “potential effects” on earthquake frequency of increased rainfall and drought.

Which is it?

Naturally, Ms. Khalil was in for an old-fashioned Internet spanking.

Iowahawk weighs-in

Anyone can play the game if she can.

A word of caution.

Climate change is now the new Marvel superhero.

This is a funny thing, but some people take it seriously.

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