According to the Russian website Novoteka, scientists are sounding the alarm about mysterious cracks suddenly appearing across the planet.
Here is a look at the enormous crack that appeared in southern Peru on February 25.
The exact cause of the crack in the earth still unknown. Peru's geophysical institute ruled out the occurrence of an earthquake in the region, but what is clear is that the ground opened up and large blocks of earth can be observed scattered throughout the area. The event, recorded Wednesday morning, caused the collapse of one house located in the rural community of Llorohoco. Four people managed to escape, but the youngest in the family, five-year-old Jean Carlos Vilcanqui Acero, is missing. Geological engineers from the regional committee for civil defense have arrived in the area to investigate the phenomenon and determine its causes, said Javier Pampamallco, Puno's civil defense chief. - Living in Peru.As indicated in the Novoteka report, in 2009, a giant crack appeared in the Afar region of Ethiopia, measuring 500 metres in length and 60 metres in depth. In a previous article, I highlighted Axel Bojanowski's research at Spiegel Online, where he provided evidence of a continental split, formed from volcanism that is causing a rift between the Arabian and African plates, as they rapidly drift apart.
Lake Chad, which is now turning from a farmland quickly into a desert.
Lake Chad is shrinking rapidly, threatening the millions of people who depend on it for their survival. But some locals are fighting back in a bid to preserve their way of life. From droughts causing bad harvests, to floods destroying farms and homes, life in Africa's Sahel belt can be a constant struggle. The arid belt of land stretches from Senegal in the west, all the way across the continent to Ethiopia in the east. With the Sahara to the north, and the savannah to the south, it's a region that experiences extreme dry and wet seasons. In the middle of it all is Lake Chad, the most reliable resource in this region of shifting extremes. More than 20 million people depend on the freshwater lake for their survival. But it's been shrinking over the past 50 years and satellite images show it is now just a twentieth of its former size. - CNN.Just yesterday in Bolivia, south of Peru, large cracks, measuring over a metre with a depth of eight metres, appeared in the vicinity of Villa Rivero, raising great alarm.
Japan, in the following video:
In Taiwan, a huge crack extended for more than 20 metres and over 8 centimetres in width at the Lushan Elementary school.
CTS.Yesterday, I documented the persistent flooding in Indonesia, where they are also suffering from the mysterious appearance of cracks as well.
In Vietnam, sinkholes continue to appear all over the country.
HN.According to the Novoteka article, scientists had express alarm at the sudden appearance of these cracks. Is it possible that these rapid shifts in the geology of the planet, are precursors to a geological pole shift? If the hypothesis is true, that a geological pole shift occurs due to a quick shift in the underlying surface over a short period of time, then doesn't it seem quite likely that the cracks, sinkholes, landslides, earthquakes, flood inundations, and volcanism could be a sign that we will ultimately experience a axial reorientation of the planet soon?
Only time will tell. More anon.