hola jose ignacio
I am also from chile and i gotta
say that what most people didnt know is that after a earthquake of the
magnitude that Chile sufered 8.8, the fifth biggest in the history of
mankind, there are after shocks for a long time. in the earthquake of
Valdiva, the bigest ever recored, also here in Chile, the after shocks
lasted over a year.
but to my understanding
the Andes Mountain chain, is very steady and it does not move as much
as the coastal areas, suposly the earthquake of feb. 27 wasnt as strong
in the mountains
Jon Olsson doesn't spin, he manipulates the earth around him
yeah but what i mean is, with the earthquake replicas that will still be hapening until almost september or so, and considering that some of they are up till 6 degrees richter, is it possible that an avalanche can occur in places with no history of avalanche, and with no one of the conditions that can trigger one.
i'm no questioning if something happen to the mountain with the 27-2 earthquake, but if something will happen when we are up there and a nasty replica occur. :(
pardon my english, but i'm watching a movie and i'm not paying much attention to the writing