More On Unprecedented Quake Events
By Will Hart
Please stop and consider what the situation would be if the 9.0 quake had occurred off the coast of California, everyone knows it could happen. That is not the whole story, over past two days, 1/26-1/27 about 33 earthquakes hit the same area that was devastated by the super-quake a month ago.
The majority of them were in the 5.0 range, enough to do serious damage, especially if such a swarm hit anywhere off the West Coast of the United States or along any of the major faults.
Oh, there were 2 small quakes (3-4.0) in Central California yesterday and a 4.0 hit my state, Arizona last night (and I thought I was safe here). Consider the below data describing what has been going on over the past month in the region where super-quake hit. The report did not include the past several days.
“The seismology department of the Bhabha Atomic Research Centre and the Earth Sciences Department of the Indian Institute of Technology here, have recorded over 120 such unusual events in the islands following the December 26 earthquake measuring 8.9 on the Richter scale that triggered tsunamis which wreaked havoc in several parts of the country.
Of these events recorded at BARC's Gouribidnur station in Karnataka, at least over 33 events were above 5 on the Richter scale, they said, adding "this is unusual and alarming as large amount of energy is being released so frequently."
We are in the middle of a very unusual series of developments that are not going away. As I mentioned in previous posts, I am convinced that this steep rise in natural disasters is related to the surge in solar output that has gone on since 1930 and which the Maya calendar predicted. That precedes a solar output flip. Much larger quakes (6.0) have hit Ecuador over the past several days, which is just about 180 degrees from the super-quake zone.
My question is, why is everybody suddenly looking up, whistling and waiting for the popcorn to finish popping? Why aren’t our vaunted geologists commenting? The freaking plate may be crumbling, no other major earthquake has ever caused this level of ongoing activity. Aftershocks are usually smaller and taper off quicker.