Earthquakes and Tsunamis are triggered by Star-quakes
Earthquakes and Tsunamis are triggered by Star-quakes – the invisible interconnection between different parts of the Universe
Computer models are showing an interesting relationship between star-quakes and earthquakes. Supernova, star-quakes and similar burst of energy in the Universe triggers earthquakes and tsunamis.
According to researchers, most of the large earthquakes and Tsunamis happened when there was a burst of energy somewhere in the cosmos.
According to BBC, Astronomers say they have been stunned by the amount of energy released in a star explosion on the far side of our galaxy, 50,000 light-years away.
The flash of radiation on 27 December was so powerful that it bounced off the Moon and lit up the Earth's atmosphere.
The blast occurred on the surface of an exotic kind of star - a super-magnetic neutron star called SGR 1806-20.
One calculation has the giant flare on SGR 1806-20 unleashing about 10,000 trillion trillion watts.
Now computer models are showing that the burst of energy reached the earth slightly before the major earthquake happened which triggered the Tsunami.
Looking at the past, the computer models are finding a clear correlation between earthquakes, major volcanoes, and landslides, Tsunamis with major burst of energies reaching the earth due to earthquakes.
The models are also showing that the galactic cosmos level energy busts dictate intra-planetary tectonic movements.
It seems that the Universe is connected through these cosmos level energy bursts. If this theory is proven true then it can conjecture that major tectonic movements are caused by major events in the Universe. In other words, different parts the Universe is virtually interconnected.