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 12 period of solar activities. It is an evidence we have influence of the sun. The summer is near in North Hemisphere and too much care to be taken. I told you in the line perpendicular to Mokran you have a clear pressure. The recent Kashmar earthquake shows us this pressure. I would like to refer to two paragraphs from two sites. Mr. Darbeheshti write in his site about the kaolinite you can see in the mountains in the north of Kashmar: The procecess of kaolinitic infills occures along some faults with granitic rocks around them. In another article under the title: Kaolin Deposits of Charentes Basin, France: The geological unit called Charentes basin is composed of Eocene ( nearly 56 to 33.9 million years ago, and with a period of glaciation, means slow water penetration inside the faults, warm under glace after deglaciation) and Oligocene deposits, laid above karstic limestone formations of the Campagnien, in the North of the Aquitaine Basin. The very halloysitic, light-colored infills occurred in saprolites in both granite and tuff as long tubular shapes in parallel bunches. The light-colored, very kaolinitic infills occurred in tuff only, in large platy or near-platy shapes within vermiform packets. The presence of a series of nearly homogeneous kaolin areas, linked together in zones, creates a mosaic effect. This phenomenon is due to the existence of periodical settling regimes of the rivers. “end of quotation” I suppose what we see in the mountain north of Kashmar is something after a landslide. A big mountain slides and leave it behind as Indian Ocean goes under Mokran and collision of east and west parts along east of Iran. Even the pressure   makes the deposits from Horizontal River to vertical position of present stance. What we see in this mountain is that after the position change, the magma could come up in this channel and you see a darker aspect of some part of the mountain. It is up to the Iranian geologist to cool down this mountain if necessary, and to take care of the weight of this vertical creature. Another swarm earthquakes are Khoy. If you look to the recent earthquakes in the mountain it is occurring, you see a v shape opening the swarm of the earthquakes happened around. We are facing another summer and if this v shape open up further, it could be disastrous and polemics about who is responsible and why it happened. You can construct a bridge building and install mobile installations there. Besides, you install some frequency and seismograms to see what happens there. I mention you 3 examples to refer your attention to your own region.