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Altering Earthquakes:

ZetaTalk Aug 7, 2010

As of late, I have observed that USGS and EMSC are a bit lax on their reports of earthquakes. Sometimes not seeing anything reported for hours from the last update, or seeing periods of 90-200 minutes with no earthquakes in between. My question is, are they leaving swarms of earthquakes out of their reports, or there are actually periods of no earthquakes?

SOZT:   Greater than 90% of the earthquake activity is being altered by the USGS at present, which is under orders to prevent any clue being given to the public about the Earth changes caused by the presence of Planet X. Over a decade ago, the approach was to de-sensitize the live seismographs periodically, so the displays do not turn black worldwide, and to ignore the twice-a-day patterns showing up on these seismographs. Then any quakes that could be dropped were dropped. This was obvious to some who were watching the database manipulation. Quakes in the list would suddenly disappear. This was particularly the case where a quake happened in a remote location, or out in the ocean. Dumbing down the magnitude quickly followed, but in order to ensure the public did not notice, the USGS took control of all websites reporting quake statistics. At times, this control breaks, and discrepancies are reported to the public. Some countries rebel. Quake swarms are another source of control, as they pepper the databases with many quakes and skew the statistics, and thus are pulled from the database. Else the question is raised, why so many?   EOZT

ZetaTalk Jun 18, 2011

Will the USGS internet system be a reliable warning system for the European tsunami by registering on the net the New Madrid earthquake on the exact time it occurs?

SOZT:   It will not be a lack of information from the USGS that will be the point of confusion during the earthquakes leading up to the New Madrid adjustment, it will be knowing which quake is the big one vs the many minor quakes preceding it. The USGS downgrades almost all earthquakes, to prevent meaningful statistics from being generated from their databases. They also exclude quakes whenever they can, but this is unlikely to happen in the New Madrid area as it is in the center of a populated land mass. Thus you will have magnitude 6 quakes that will be called a 5.2, magnitude 7 quakes called a 6.1, and when a magnitude 8 or greater quake occurs, it will be called a 6.9.

We would advise that rather than watching the USGS quake statistics, that you watch the Earth changes. The adjustment that will incite the European tsunami will involve bridges on the Mississippi breaking, and being impassable. The land to the west of the Mississippi will drop so that the Mississippi will become 50 miles wide in the state of Mississippi. Watch for this. The New Madrid adjustment will be several large quakes of magnitude 8-9, though will be listed as a lesser magnitude. As the N American continent continues to unzip up to and along the Seaway, the quakes will be less than a magnitude 8 but very destructive to Cleveland and Toledo and Buffalo and the inland locks along the Seaway. Thus it is not what the USGS says that should be watched, but the condition of the bridges on the Mississippi, the impact on the cities along the Seaway, and whether the inland locks are reported as inoperable.   EOZT

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Comment by jorge namour on May 21, 2021 at 9:15pm

Southern Qinghai, China

2021-05-21 15:04:13 (UTC-03:00) FELT
10.0 km

M 5.7 - CARLSBERG RIDGE - 2021-05-21 16:02:36 UTC

M 6.1 - YUNNAN, CHINA - 2021-05-21 13:48:37 UTC
M 5.3 - YUNNAN, CHINA - 2021-05-21 13:21:27 UTC

- 2021-05-21 11:52:17 UTC

M 5.7 - JAVA, INDONESIA - 2021-05-21 12:09:23 UTC

Comment by Tracie Crespo on May 19, 2021 at 4:15am
Magnitude Mw 6.6
Date time 2021-05-19 00:42:18.7 UTC
Location 33.20 S ; 109.59 W
Depth 10 km
Distances 3308 km WNW of Valdivia, Chile / pop: 133,000 / local time: 20:42:18.7 2021-05-18
673 km S of Hanga Roa, Chile / pop: 3,300 / local time: 18:42:18.7 2021-05-18
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Comment by Tracie Crespo on May 13, 2021 at 3:06pm

Magnitude Mw 6.0
Date time 2021-05-13 09:42:12.0 UTC
Location 6.73 N ; 82.36 W
Depth 10 km
Distances 402 km SW of Panamá, Panama / pop: 408,000 / local time: 04:42:12.0 2021-05-13
155 km SSE of Punta de Burica, Panama / pop: 1,300 / local time: 04:42:12.0 2021-05-13
Global view

Source parameters not yet reviewed by a seismologist

Comment by jorge namour on May 12, 2021 at 9:15pm

Mauritius - Reunion region

2021-05-12 11:05:16 (UTC-03:00)
10.0 km

254 km NNE of Tobelo, Indonesia

2021-05-12 15:20:29 (UTC-03:00)
60.2 km

10 km E of Pampa de Tate, Peru

2021-05-12 12:56:56 (UTC-03:00)
38.6 km

267 km NNE of Tobelo, Indonesia

2021-05-12 12:45:25 (UTC-03:00)
10.0 km

50 km SW of Acajutla, El Salvador

2021-05-12 05:45:48 (UTC-03:00)
46.0 km

62 km WSW of Acajutla, El Salvador

2021-05-12 03:17:09 (UTC-03:00)
51.3 km

6 km NNW of Balatero, Philippines

2021-05-11 22:09:26 (UTC-03:00)
109.9 km

M 4.6 - SOUTHERN IRAN - 2021-05-12 16:26:16 UTC

Comment by Tracie Crespo on May 8, 2021 at 2:11am


Magnitude Mw 6.0
Date time 2021-05-07 23:35:14.9 UTC
Location 18.84 S ; 177.57 W
Depth 392 km
Distances 356 km NW of Nuku‘alofa, Tonga / pop: 22,400 / local time: 12:35:14.9 2021-05-08
340 km E of Levuka, Fiji / pop: 8,300 / local time: 11:35:14.9 2021-05-08
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Source parameters not yet reviewed by a seismologist

Comment by Juan F Martinez on May 7, 2021 at 4:24am

Earthquake And Tsunami Hazards Along Coasts Might Be Higher Than Expected

Two of the most destructive forces of nature—earthquakes and tsunamis—might actually be more of a threat than current estimates according to new research conducted by scientists at The University of New Mexico and the Nanyang Technological University published today in the journal Nature Geoscience.

This animation shows every recorded earthquake in sequence as they occurred from January 1, 1901, through December 31, 2020, at a rate of 1 year per second. The earthquake hypocenters first appear as flashes then remain as colored circles before shrinking with time so as not to obscure subsequent earthquakes. The size of each circle represents the earthquake’s magnitude while the color represents its depth within the earth. This animation also highlights significant tsunamis generated by some of these earthquakes.

When the following earthquakes appear they will also have their tsunami’s “energy map” that shows each tsunami's maximum modeled wave heights on the open ocean: 8.8 — Ecuador-Columbia — 31 January 1906 8.5 — Atacama, Chile — 11 November 1922 8.4 — Kamchatka, Russia — 3 February 1923 8.4 — Sanriku, Japan — 2 March 1933 8.6 — Unimak Island, Aleutian Islands — 1 April 1946* 9.0 — Kamchatka, Russia — 4 November 1952 8.6 — Andreanof Islands, Aleutian Islands — 9 March 1957* 9.5 — Valdivia, Chile — 22 May 1960* 9.2 — Prince William Sound, Alaska — 28 March 1964* 8.7 — Rat Islands, Aleutian Islands — 4 February 1965 7.7 — Kalapana, Hawaii — 29 November 1975* 8.4 — Southern Peru — 23 June 2001 9.1 — Sumatra, Indonesia — 26 December 2004* 8.1 — Samoan Islands — 29 September 2009* 8.8 — Maule, Chile — 27 February 2010* 9.0 — Tohoku, Japan — 11 March 2011* 7.9 — Haida Gwaii, Canada — 28 October 2012* (*tsunami animation also available on this YouTube channel)

Note that while the great majority of all earthquakes occur at plate boundaries, these tsunami-causing earthquakes mostly occur at convergent plate boundaries. These boundaries, also called “subduction zones,” are where tectonic plates collide to produce megathrust earthquakes and are the regions where we expect future devastating tsunamis to come from. Other, much smaller earthquakes also occur away from plate boundaries such as those related to volcanic activity in Hawaii or those related to wastewater injection wells in Oklahoma. The animation concludes with a series of summary maps. The first one shows all of the earthquakes in this 120-year period. The next map shows only those earthquakes known to have produced a tsunami, and the map after that shows only those earthquakes that produced damaging tsunamis. The final map shows the plate boundary faults responsible for the majority of these earthquakes. The era of modern seismology—the scientific study of earthquakes—began with the invention of the seismograph in the late 19th Century and its deployment in instrument networks in the early 20th Century to record and measure earthquakes as they occur. Therefore, when the animation begins only the largest earthquakes will appear.

They were the only ones that could be detected at great distances with the few instruments available at the time. But as time progressed, more and more seismographs were deployed and smaller and smaller earthquakes could be recorded. For example, the installation of these instruments in California in the 1930s creates the illusion of new earthquake activity there. Likewise, there appears to be a jump in the number of earthquakes globally in the 1970’s when seismology took another leap forward with advances in telecommunications and digital signal processing, a trend that continues today. ----- Earthquakes from the USGS/NEIC Earthquake Catalog: Tsunami sources from the NOAA/NCEI Tsunami Database:

Comment by Juan F Martinez on May 1, 2021 at 6:52pm
Magnitude Mw 6.8  (+4)
Date time 2021-05-01 01:27:28.7 UTC
Location 38.24 N ; 141.68 E
Depth 60 km
Distances 71 km E of Sendai, Japan / pop: 1,063,000 / local time: 10:27:28.7 2021-05-01
39 km ESE of Ishinomaki, Japan / pop: 117,000 / local time: 10:27:28.7 2021-05-01


Comment by jorge namour on May 1, 2021 at 5:47am

38 km ESE of Ishinomaki, Japan

2021-04-30 22:27:27 (UTC-03:00)
47.3 km

Comment by Juan F Martinez on April 29, 2021 at 9:37pm
The 7 of 10 is progressing, per ZT add +4 to any "Official USGS" reported magnitudes, so these are in the range of ~9.4M, multiple replicas.

Magnitude Mw 5.4
Date time 2021-04-29 10:30:21.6 UTC
Location 43.92 N ; 128.54 W
Depth 10 km
Distances 437 km WSW of Eugene, United States / pop: 163,000 / local time: 03:30:21.6 2021-04-29
353 km W of Coos Bay, United States / pop: 16,100 / local time: 03:30:21.6 2021-04-29

Comment by Juan F Martinez on April 28, 2021 at 5:11am
Magnitude Mw 6.0 (+4)
Date time 2021-04-28 02:21:26.6 UTC
Location 26.83 N ; 92.39 E
Depth 40 km
Distances 96 km NNE of Guwahati, India / pop: 899,000 / local time: 07:51:26.6 2021-04-28
17 km NW of Dhekiajuli, India / pop: 21,200 / local time: 07:51:26.6 2021-04-28

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