Domino Effect :Is the 700-mi Andaman Tectonic Plate Collapsing?
Another 5.6 Richter earthquake in Tsunami hit Nicobar Island – something strange happening in the tectonic plates
January 27, 2005
The bizarre pattern of aftershocks ranging between 5.2 and 6.2 Richter continues in the Tsunami hit Nicobar island of India. According to PTI, another earthquake measuring 5.6 on the Richter scale hit India's Nicobar Islands today, the Hong Kong Observatory said The earthquake was recorded at 0536 GMT with its epicenter about 345 kilometers northeast of Banda Aceh in Indonesia's Aceh province.
The tribal people are saying that many miles below the earth’s surface, something is happening they never experienced before.
According to sources, the tectonic level disturbances based on recorded and plotted aftershock quakes, are very slowly moving northwards towards Assam in India.
A theory exist that says the recent massive earth quake in northeast of Banda Aceh in Indonesia's Aceh province really has its roots in the series of earthquakes in Assam over the last three years. IT SEEMS THE ANDAMAN PLATE LINE OF 700 MILES MAY BE COLLAPSING. THAT WILL BE A MUCH LARGER CATASTROPHE.
India's remote Andaman and Nicobar archipelago has been hit by a series of aftershocks since a 9.0-strong earthquake off Aceh on December 26 which produced tsunamis that struck shores across the Indian Ocean, killing more than 280,000 people.
The tsunami devastated the Andaman and Nicobar Islands, killing at least 1,925 people and leaving 5,555 missing. More than 42,000 others are still in makeshift camps across the Andaman and Nicobar group.