The great Pacific will readily disburse any pressure from the shifting west of the top of the S American Plate during the S American roll. This would only be a crisis
if it occurred all at once, and this will not be the case, just as it has not been the case during the early plate movements. The plate adjustments go in steps and
stages, with an interplay between the various 7 of 10 scenarios around the Equator. Except for the first step, the tipping of India, and the final steps involving the
New Madrid adjustment and the swift European tsunami, there will be overlap during the scenarios. The first step, where the Indo-Australian Plate tilted so that the
Indus River valley region lost 10 feet of elevation, completed in late 2010, while the second step, the sinking of the Sunda Plate, did not start until December 23,
The order of the 7 of 10 scenarios indicate only the order of when the plate movements start. Thus for most there is an overlap, such that we anticipate the Sunda Plate sinking to completion only when the fourth step, the S American roll, has progressed to the point of being evident. The third step, the folding of the Philippine and Mariana plates, set in after the sinking of the Sunda Plate holding Indonesia began, but neither are complete at present. The loss of 250 miles to the west of S America includes a compression of the Pacific, due in great part to the folding of the Philippine and Mariana plates. As Nancy has pointed out in her newsletter, the waters in the Pacific heap on occasion, with all the buoys showing high water, which is only possible if a compression has occurred. There may be high tides in relationship to the S America roll, but no significant tsunami as the broad Pacific can take an increase in volume, and disburse this.
ZetaTalk June 18, 2011