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4.2 to 6.2 earthquake is guaranteed to hit
JollyRoger Show this Post
03-11-2013, 09:59 PM #16
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BTW, he is now 82 years old.
03-11-2013, 10:18 PM #17
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(03-11-2013, 09:47 PM)JollyRoger Wrote:  Ok....

I just called him and he is doing just fine. He just has problems finding people to help him with his website.

Here is his latest info he has published on his forum.



LAST MONTH’S EARTHQUAKES
The largest earthquakes in the world reach at least 8.0 magnitude and such a Great Quake may occur about once a year on average. A major quake of 7.0-7.9M typically strikes the Earth once or twice a month, with a combined energy equivalent to that of one Great quake. The recently passed month of February was featured by a 7.5M near Craig, Alaska, and the 8.0M in the Solomon Islands. This was immediately followed by two 7M aftershocks. A swarm of 6+M quakes in Columbia was topped by the 7.0M on February 8th, within the predicted Seismic Window of February 07-14, 2013. The Window closed on the day of a 6.9M in Eastern Siberia which would have scored 90%. No other major, or near major, quakes occurred in February. Overall, there was an impressive performance from the last six new Moon Windows since last September. Starting with March Full Moon there will be a run of eight consecutive months, where the dominant syzygial period is when the Moon is full, which will involve three lunar eclipses. As for the past month let us review the results of my February predictions:
(1) A 3.5M quake rattled the Pinnacles on February 15, scoring 90%. On the same day there was a 3.3M near Laytonvile, which scored 72%. Due east of my Mt. Diablo base line of 38N Latitude there was a surprising 5.2M near Tonopah Junction on February 12th, but it was 40 miles too far east to score. I mustn’t forget a small quake of 2.1M that was felt by Glen Ellenites on February 9th.
(2) A 4.1M struck East of Trona on March 01 and a 3.6 near Salton City on Feb. 21. Neither quake was in the Window. Two days late and 0.1M short was a 3.4M near Ocotillo Wells on Feb. 17, for a score of 72%.
(3) Oregon/Washington: a 5.1mb hit offshore Oregon on 2/27/13 two days after Full Moon
(4) Several major quakes hit the Ring of Fire in or close to the Window. (100% as shown.)
Note 3.1M, Magog, Quebec (2/7); Utah 3.1, 3.5, 3.7M (2/7); 3.5M Oklahoma (2/27).

PREDICTIONS FOR MARCH 27-APRIL 04
The Full Moon of March 17 is followed in 32 hours by a close perigee, resulting in maximum tides of 6.6 ft. at the Golden Gate. This tidal range exceeds only that of two other months this year, but it is time to “Beware the tides of March”, (or something like that). As March and April are notorious for being especially active months, seismically, we can expect quakes with the following parameters: 80% confidence in one or more quakes of 3.5-6.0M located: (1) Within 140 miles (2 degrees) of Mt. Hamilton (38N; 122W); (2) Within 140 miles of Los Angeles (34N: 116W); (3) with an epicenter given as Washington/Oregon; and (4) at least one major event of 7+M, most likely within the Pacific Ring of Fire, where 80% of stronger quakes are located.

http://www.syzygyjob.com/index.php?optio...&Itemid=35

I was a bit worried about him, but he is doing well and will be lecturing at Ft. Bragg this coming weekend.
seems the old boy has done a magnificent job connecting some dots
I am glad your friend is doing fine at such a venerable agecheers.gif
JollyRoger Show this Post
03-11-2013, 10:22 PM #18
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The guy definitely knows his shït. He is a Geologist teaching at Berkeley.
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03-11-2013, 10:26 PM #19
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His main premise is that the different stages of the Moon is what causes earthquakes.

He states that high tides and low tides (Excessive) affects the Earth's crust because of weight displacement.

Very interesting theory.
JollyRoger Show this Post
03-11-2013, 10:30 PM #20
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He further states Earthquakes usually always occur on the day of Syzygy.

He also states that Earthquakes in the 4 - 6 range are kind of rare and when they occur, he raises an eyebrow or two.
03-12-2013, 11:13 AM #21
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Quote:4.7 Quake Reported in Anza
It happened along the San Jacinto fault between the San Andreas and the Elsinore faults

An earthquake with a magnitude of 4.7 was reported in Anza, Calif.

The quake was the first of several that popped up at the same time Monday on the U.S. Geological Survey website. It was originally reported as a 5.2 magnitude quake but was then downgraded.

The epicenter for the 9:56 a.m. quake was 12 miles east of Anza and 16 miles southwest of Palm Desert.
Read more: http://www.nbcsandiego.com/news/local/An...93061.html

A bit south of the area predicted, but it happened! omg.gifdoom.jpgomg.gif

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03-12-2013, 06:19 PM #22
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(03-12-2013, 11:13 AM)JayRodney Wrote:  bump.gif
Quote:4.7 Quake Reported in Anza
It happened along the San Jacinto fault between the San Andreas and the Elsinore faults

An earthquake with a magnitude of 4.7 was reported in Anza, Calif.

The quake was the first of several that popped up at the same time Monday on the U.S. Geological Survey website. It was originally reported as a 5.2 magnitude quake but was then downgraded.

The epicenter for the 9:56 a.m. quake was 12 miles east of Anza and 16 miles southwest of Palm Desert.
Read more: http://www.nbcsandiego.com/news/local/An...93061.html

A bit south of the area predicted, but it happened! omg.gifdoom.jpgomg.gif

They need to tweak it a notch
but they get 5 out of 10
they sleuth a good quake theory
the thing about quakes is this planet is alive is a being on its own and is sentient
predicting her behavior is a hard act
After all we don't even know who built the stone projects
and why they used stone?

But here http://bit.nolink/Zs7uIA this is the volcano activity of two days ago
and I believe there is something huge brewing in this triangle in the South Pacific around Santa Cruz Mag: 4.8 - Depth: 10 km - UTC 9:50 AM - Eastern New Guinea Reg., P.n.g. - GEOFON Info: http://bit.nolink/X0RE7s
03-12-2013, 06:38 PM #23
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New Quake prediction map for California Hot off their puter
http://www.quakeprediction.com/


I still think if you throw a rock any where there you hit an earthquakechuckle.gif
03-12-2013, 06:58 PM #24
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rofl.gif Scientific fact.

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03-12-2013, 07:10 PM #25
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Japan 6.5 to 8.0 earthquake is possible in Central or North Japan March 13 ... damned.gif



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