Sunday, June 07, 2015

Fukushima, lifted 123 m by 1 October 2010 and dropped 107 m on March 11 2011 referred to its level on 1 June 2010 after the great Tohoku 9.0 MM damquake

By Ramaswami Ashok Kumar
© Copyright 2015 Ramaswami Ashok Kumar


The reported measurements confirm my measurements based on earthquake data for the vertical shift(16 meters). But ascribing that to plate tectonics is unacceptable deductive logic. The vertical force that plate tectonics can muster is that due to a pressure of 100 Atm or 10 km/square meter. The required force is that due to a water pressure head change. This is some 50 million km per sq.m in the up direction in the wet season June 2010 to September 2010 of the Indian hydrological year June 2010 to May 2011 at the centre of gravity of the world's dams which raised Fukushima earthquake location by 123 m.And some 1450 million km/sq m downward in the dry season October 2010 to May 2011 to bring the Fukushima level from a high of 123m, by 107 m, to a net high of 16 m above the level of Fukushima at the start of the monsoon, 1 June 2010. The forces involved at Fukushima due to the world's dams acting in concert are 5.28E14 Newtons up(wet season) and 1.43E16 Newtons down(dry season) at the centre of gravity of the dams of the world. This represents at least a pressure in the upward direction of 800 km/sq m per sec in the wet season and half this in the downward direction in the dry season, a far cry from the weak 10 to perhaps at most 60 km/sqm in the vertical direction that plate tectonics can apply. See
Take a closer look at the displacements:


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