Earthquake Theory

Authors: Wan-Chung Hu

Earthquake is thought to be due to plate tectonic movement. However, this theory has several fetal defects which fail to lead successful earthquake prediction. First, sudden outset of earthquake in a certain point cannot be due to chronic continental drift in large scale. Second, continental drift is only proved between South America and Africa which cannot explain all the mechanisms of earthquakes. Third, plate movement theory cannot explain huge intraplate earthquakes. Fourth, the old crusts sunk into toughs after the generation of new crusts in mid-ocean ridge. Thus, it cannot be the driving crusting force for earthquakes. Fifth, we experience a first longitudinal P wave followed by a transverse S wave during earthquakes. If plate movement causes earthquakes, we should experience a transverse S wave first and majorly. Here, I propose that earthquakes are actually the abrupt release of electromagnetic radiation from the faults. There is high temperature which can generate radiation from inside earth, especially accumulation for several decades. This new theory can explain why earthquakes likely happen in hotspots such as Hawaii or in peri-pacific bands because of crust fissures and toughs. This new theory can explain possible huge intra-plate earthquakes. It can also explain the sunquakes or moonquakes which cannot be explained by plate movement theory. It will also explain why super-moon trends to induce earthquakes. The mechanism of earthquake is the gravity acceleration produced by outward light because light is electromagnetic wave as well as gravity wave. This mechanism can also explain earthquake light and ionosphere anomaly as well as EM field anomaly during earthquakes. This new theory will lead a successful earthquake prediction.

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