Buoy Blackout after Scotia Quakes - NEW ZetaTalk

On November 15, 2013 the Scotia Sea had a Mag 4.4 quake followed by a Mag 6.8 on November 16, 2013. Then in short order 10 quakes in the Mag 4-5 range occurred, followed by a Mag 7.8 on November 17, 2013.
17-NOV-2013 09:04:55 Mag 7.8
16-NOV-2013 03:34:31 Mag 6.8
What is most peculiar is the shutdown of the NOAA buoy system right after the Mag 7.8 quake. First the Atlantic buoys went out, though the Pacific was still working. Then the site went down for more than a day. It this related?

We predicted from the start of the ZetaTalk saga that new land
would emerge between the tip of S America and S Africa during the Pole Shift. We stated that the Antarctic Plate would shift and tip, reacting to pressure from the compressing Pacific and taking advantage of an opening during the spreading of the Atlantic. This drama starts early, like all the Scripted Dramas  
of the plate movements. The Antarctic Plate has begun to turn, pushing the tip of S America to the East, pushing under the rising eastern edge
of the Indo-Australian Plate. Thus where Antarctica is positioned today is not its final destination. The Scotia platelet is in the heavy traffic lane.

Why would the NOAA buoys all wink out when these Scotia quakes occurred? The establishment is very nervous about tsunami panic during plate movements, and wants to be sure that tsunami is indeed a threat before sounding the alarm. The quakes were on the underwater Scotia platelet, at the frozen tip of S America, and until a threat to populated coastlines was confirmed undue panic was to be suppressed. The buoy site was deliberately taken down after the large magnitude 7.8 quake on November 17 as indeed the buoys up and down the Atlantic were signaling activity. First the Atlantic buoys were taken offline, and then the entire NOAA site taken down as questions were being raised.

What caused the Atlantic buoys to register water depth changes, if not a tsunami? A tsunami wave is a large amount of displaced water ON THE MOVE, as a plate has dropped or risen PERMANENTLY so the water must move to equalize. But after a large quake, a significant plate movement, there is a type of bobbling in the plates affected, which does not indicate a permanent change in water depth but only a temporary bobbling reaction to being bumped. The S American and African plates are now a tad further apart, the Atlantic Rift wider, the Scotia platelet broken free from its attachment to the Antarctic Plate, and the Antarctic Plate now increasingly free to continue its roll and eventual tilt.

Prior ZT: http://www.zetatalk.com/ning/24ag2013.htm
Due to the S American roll, which is caused by the spreading Atlantic, there is a natural tendency of the Antarctic Plate to roll clockwise, pushing the tip of S America toward Africa. We have mentioned that the compression in the Pacific Plates tips the Antarctic Plate also, which ultimately results in new land emerging between the tips of S America and Africa.

Prior ZT: http://www.zetatalk.com/poleshft/p100.htm
The Antarctic plate finds the side abutting the Pacific under pressure, as the plates due to fold or crumble or subduct in the Pacific begin to do this. This in effect is forcing the Antarctic plate to fold itself, like a fan, and it resists this pressure to fold. Likewise, along the Atlantic, the spreading plates in the Atlantic are asking the Antarctic plate to rip apart, which it resists, being a very solid plate. The point that gives, the weak point, is the border between the Antarctic plate and those in the Atlantic, as these are already weakened points. Thus, these weak points separate, the Atlantic plates going their way, the Antarctic staying in place. The Antarctic plate is now free on all sides!

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