Lithospheric fracturing continues: Gigantic cracks appear in Mexico

July 21, 2011MEXICO – The crack which appeared on 13 July in Santa Maria Huejoculco in Chalco, State Mexico, has now reached 1500 meters long and the authorities have not taken preventive measures, warned James Espinoza Hilario, responsible for planning Social of the project Sierra Nevada of the Autonomous Metropolitan University. In addition, after survey work was detected in Santa Maria Huejoculco yet another gap of about four km which reaches La Candelaria Tlapala, was found in the community of Miraflores, in Chalco, explained Professor in interview with Martín Espinosa. According to the some, these fissures are part of a family of cracks that exist in the region and threaten to spread across the entire area east of the Valley of Mexico, result in the over-exploitation of water table and the proliferation of housing. This event began back 2009 in a small area of this region but since that time, it has grown and opened to devour everything around it. –Translated Spanish – Before its News
See: Lithoshperic fracturing, ground splitting around the globe
contribution by Luisport
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4 Responses to Lithospheric fracturing continues: Gigantic cracks appear in Mexico

  1. A_lad says:

    Wow!

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  2. Luis D. Rey says:

    Chalco, I suppose, is one of the States of our Southern neighbor, isn’t it?
    Is Obama (Yomama) going to send help to them?
    Not if I could help it !!

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  3. Jon says:

    2012 movie stuff, cracks, dollar collapse, eruo collapse, europe uprising, active sun, rising temperature of earth core, seismic activity, bunkers….was the Movie
    2012 put out to the public to numb our minds that “that stuff” is just make believe? Or are “they” hinting of events to come…

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