Do the tornadoes in the south have anything to do with the earth's axis being off due to japan earthquake?
I have been told that tornado alley has actually moved to the south due to the earth's axis shift from the japan earthquake. is this true?
I have heard this on a few different news stations. It is far too soon to have any scientific data to back up any theory yet. The earth's tectonic plates are constantly shifting. with the predictions by scientists that Los Angeles will one day be side by side with San Francisco, it would seem possible that as we shift, things like tornado alley will also shift. The direction of the shift, to the southeast of tornado alley, would support the theory. But, science will need allot more evidence to be able to state this theory as reliable.
So there is no scientific proof that the recent large earthquakes, including the Mexico one on Easter Sunday that moved the earth's axis, have directly effected weather in other areas. But, we have only been studying earthquakes in depth for about 50 years now. So, there is allot we don't know yet.
The scientific studies will take time. below is just one of the news articles from Oklahoma that asked the same question about tornado alley shifting.
I would say it was global warming. The shift was so small I'm surprised anybody could measure it. Japan is however 13 feet closer to the USA now.
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