Earthquakes

Drawstring earthquake

This is an earthquake in which tremors occur not at the epicenter but in areas several hundred kilometers away from it. This type of earthquakes is caused by Nius who form the film. To let people know that quakes are not the result of shifts, they tighten the earth deep inside, like we do to tighten a drawstring, thereby moving the drawstring part (the Pacific side).

Slow slip earthquakes

 

The term “slow slip” has come to be heard from 2000. It means underground rockslide, which tends to cause large earthquakes, advances slowly without generating tremors that people can feel.

In the plate theory, the Boso Peninsular is said to be moving in the northwestern direction by approximately two centimeters. However, the observation satellite has found that the rocks have shifted one to two centimeters in the opposite southeastern direction. According to preliminary calculations based on this theory, when a slow slip occurs at an instant, it generates energy equivalent of an earthquake with a magnitude of 6.5. Slow slips have also been observed in the western Shikoku region, the northern Kii Peninsula and Aichi Prefecture. Slow slips occur when Nius move slowly so that they would not cause damage to people, and huge earthquakes occur when they move abruptly at a time.

Huge earthquake

When Nius who constitute a human body are under control of something they dislike (religion, etc.), they begin to cry for help to the universe. This prompts a huge gas comet to dive into the earth in response to their call and create a hole on the film that covers the earth. Nius who constitute this film by holding each other’s hand, try to repair the hole in a hurry, thus causing a huge tremor or tsunami. This is followed by repeated earthquakes, because Nius, who have released each other’s hand at the shock of the comet’s clash, try to hold hands again.
(See cartoons on the reverse cover)

If it is a small dent on the earth crust, Ishikami atoms (Nius) ride on it in large numbers to fill and repair the dent, thereby preventing tsunamis.

* The earth crust is made of many soft Ishikami atoms (Nius) uniting with each other like a mixture of flour, becoming thinner and enveloping the earth surface. The united mass became something like an extended piece of gyoza dumpling, linked each other over the earth (circum-Pacific volcanic zone). The connected sections become loose with the passage of time and with the clash of comets, thereby making the earth weaker. As observed at the time of enormous Asian tsunami in 2004, the earth even comes to look dead temporarily. This is why Ishikami Nius assemble immediately when such dent is created. They try to repair the dent as quickly as possible, thus causing earthquakes and tsunamis if the dent is large.

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