The recent Greece eartquakes

    Hamid Sadeghipour 18.11.2015 The recent earthquakes of Greece shows several arcs, each arc containing some earthquakes. A good example of arc is the Aleutian arc in the north pacific. In the history of tectonics we see that Greece is a part of the Europe. But as I see the natural map of the … [Read more…]

Some geological point of view

Hamid Sadeghipour 26.10.2015 I have a small business in Kerman, Iran. And I travel, sometimes, there. One day I had nothing to do for after noon and with a friend we went to Sirtch, near Kerman. On the way I was explaining for my friend and driver that the river beside the road could, sometimes, … [Read more…]

The seismology and Human beings

Hamid Sadeghipour Every phenomena has several aspects and causes. like a human being. To define a man, we have many factors like sex, race, age, and so on. We have different methods of recognizing an aspect. But many things are known as well for a researsher at first contact. The contemporary seismology does not face … [Read more…]

Himalayan and Middle- East region similitude

Hamid Sadeghipour                                                                08.07.2015 I don’t say what I say now is right, but I draw attention of others to this point of view to develop it if necessary. When I studied the case of recent 6.1 Richter earthquake on the south- east of the end of the Gobi Desert, on the foot of Himalaya … [Read more…]

The Tectonics and the fire

Hamid Sadeghipour                        18.06.2015 As for the earthquake we have several causes, we see the same for the fire. One cause is the hot weather conditions, another: some mines under the place where all is burning, like coke, or what is the subject of present article: the tectonics conditions. The fire near the city of Anchorage, Alaska could be a … [Read more…]

Katmandu, Kashmar, Khoy earthquakes

Hamid Sadeghipour                  08.05.2015 In 1833 and 1834 several earthquakes occurred in Katmandu. The difference in days were nearly 62821 and 62520 days. Divide them, please by 466.666 days of magma coming up 700 km with the speed of 1.5 km per day in the mantel, you see nearly 134. 133.2 divided by 11.1 is … [Read more…]

Katmandu Earthquake of April 2015

Hamid Sadeghipour 28.04.2015 I look to the epicenter of the 7.8 Richter Nepal Earthquake and see a big broken rock. The right part of the broken rock is in the south east of the first part. It means we have a slope from higher part in this mountain to a lower part. In the swarm … [Read more…]

Bam Earthquake

Hamid Sadeghipour 10.12.2013 I had a chance to travel for the first time from Kerman to Bam by car. After some kilometers a mountain chain appeared at our east side of the road and was with us to Bam city. The distance between Kerman and Bam is nearly 180 kilometers. When we traveled 50 or … [Read more…]

The articles of the second half of 2013

Hamid Sadeghipour                                     09.07.2013 The energy in the matter arrives to a state to release what cannot be hold. This is the case of the earthquakes and volcano eruptions regularly. You can see Arizona woods and shrubs fire is followed by an earthquake in the north of the Grand Canyon. The aerial view of Grand … [Read more…]