More earthcracks in Indonesia

More earthcracks in Indonesia

The earthcrack in Sidorejo village is 400m long and it now possesed the threat to 67 houses along crack. The residents are also afraid of possible landslide from hills above. One of the most striking building is the mosque of Al Muttaqin just above the ground

About Plate Tectonics

About Plate Tectonics

A new geology theory featuring impact-powered rapid continental drift as an alternative to plate tectonics. The key to creation geology.In “Beyond Plate Tectonics: ‘Plate Dynamics'” author Richard Moody, Jr. tweaks the systematics of orthodox plate tectonics while

Land cracks, whirlpools and liquifaction in Japan after the big earthquake.

Land cracks, whirlpools and liquifaction in Japan after the big earthquake.

CNN iReporter Brent Kooi catches the earth moving and cracking beneath his feet as the quake strikes Japan. Ground shift, water seeps from the cracks, liquifaction. This we see here is land breaking up into segments. This land is supported by water it seems.

Arkansas fault is longer than previous thought

Arkansas fault is longer than previous thought

Geologists say a fault in central Arkansas where hundreds of earthquakes have been recorded in recent months is longer and potentially more destructive than initially believed. Scientists had thought the fault is 3.7 miles long. Now they estimate it to be 6 to 7.5

More earthcracks in Indonesia

More earthcracks in Indonesia

Crack sized 400 meters along western slope of Menoreh hill in Purworejo district, Indonesia threatens the residents of Sidorejo village. At least 67 families in three villages are threatened by landslide. The crack started to opening last week after a period of heavy

Land cracks alarm residents in Sierra-Bullones, Philippines

Land cracks alarm residents in Sierra-Bullones, Philippines

The continued land movement causing huge cracks in a barangay in this municipality alarmed residents as authorities advised them to evacuate to safer grounds especially during uninterrupted rains. Edgar Uporto from the Mines and Geosciences Bureau (MGB) regional