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Indonesia


      Indonesia and the island nations of Southeast Asia were formed by numerous meteor impacts. However three stand out.
 The first I call 'Indo A'. It is centered at 5°48'23.70"N, 112°14'51.20"E. Shown above is the seismic circle for Indo A at 1500 kilometers radius.



     What distinguishes this seismic circle is that it marks many of the volcanoes through Indonesia and the Philippines. This phenomena can also be seen with the Eurasian Impact, the Cape Verde Impact, The Mariana Trench and others. Other significant seismic circles from this impact have been noted at 510, 1200, 2285, 5485, 6840, 7870, 12775, 17240, 18040 kilometers radius from the center of impact and will be shown as time permits.



     The Second impact, Indo B, was centered at 13°58'42.01"N, 119°48'10.18"E. The image above shows the Indo B center of impact and the 2530 kilometer seismic circle. Also shown is the smaller Indo A 1500 kilometer seismic circle. Other significant seismic circles from the Indo B impact have been noted at 145, 1990, 7050, 9200, 14950, 16350, 18820 kilometers radius from the center of impact and will be shown as time permits.



     The southern part of Indo B circle extends the line of volcanoes from the Indo A impact.


     The third Impact, Indo C, centered at 11°15'24.96"N, 117° 5'32.38"E, produced a seismic circle at 2480 kilometers radius, causing the Sunda Trench, which surrounds the Indonesian Archipelago. Other significant seismic circles from the Indo C impact have been noted at 90, 240, 780, 1880, 4865, 5125, 5510, 6835, 8450, 9405, 10700, 14560, 16780, 17635, 18130, 19250 and 19750 kilometers radius from the center of impact, and will be shown as time permits.


      The Indo C seismic circle at 2480 kilometers radius.


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