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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 Tracie Crespo on Friday

6.2-magnitude earthquake kills at least 34 people and injures more than 600 in Indonesia – and aftershocks could produce a tsunami

  • The 6.2-magnitude earthquake hit the Indonesian island of Sulawesi on Friday, prompting tsunami warning 
  • At least 34 people have been killed and more than 600 others left injured by the early-morning tremor
  • Rescuers were searching through rubble of collapsed buildings including a hospital and dozens of homes

Victims were trapped under the rubble of collapsed buildings in the city of Mamuju, with rescuers searching for more than a dozen patients and staff in the wreckage of a destroyed hospital. 

The tremor on Sulawesi island triggered panic among terrified residents as forecasters warned that the aftershocks 'could be as strong, or stronger, than this morning's quake'. 

'There is potential for a tsunami from subsequent aftershocks... Don't wait for a tsunami first because they can happen very quickly,' said Dwikorita Karnawati, chief of Indonesia's meteorological agency.  

Search and rescue: Emergency workers go hunting in the wreckage following the 6.2-magnitude earthquake that hit Indonesia today, killing at least 34 people and sparking fears that aftershocks would cause a tsunami

Rescuers from Indonesia's national disaster agency look for survivors trapped in a destroyed building in the city of Mamuju

A regional governor's office was among the buildings ruined by the earthquake which was followed by dozens of aftershocks

A regional governor's office was among the buildings ruined by the earthquake which was followed by dozens of aftershocks

Rescuers gather as a collapsed building in Mamuju, West Sulawesi, after this morning's quakeRescuers gather as a collapsed building in Mamuju, West Sulawesi, after this morning's quake

Workers from Indonesian National Search and Rescue Agency look for quake survivors in Mamuju

Diggers are used to search among the rubble at the Mitra Manakarra hospital following the quake in the early hours of Friday

Rescuers wearing a bright orange uniform from Indonesia's disaster agency dig through rubble following today's earthquake

Drone footage captures aftermath of 6.2-magnitude earthquake

The epicentre of the quake which struck at around 1.30am on Friday was 22 miles south of Mamuju and it had a relatively shallow depth of 11 miles, the United States Geological Survey said. 

'The latest information we have is that 26 people are dead... in Mamuju city,' said Ali Rahman, head of the local disaster mitigation agency, adding 'that number could grow'.

'Many of the dead are buried under rubble,' he said.

Separately, the national disaster agency said at least eight people had died in an area south of Mamuju, a city of some 110,000 in West Sulawesi province, bringing the total death toll to 34.

The earthquake came after a 5.9-magnitude tremor and at least 26 aftershocks the previous day, in a string of disasters which caused three landslides and damaged bridges to regional hubs such as the city of Makassar. 

The tremors also damaged more than 60 homes, two hotels and the provincial governor's office. Electricity in the area is also out.

Regional government spokesman Safaruddin Sanusi said authorities desperately needed to restore communication networks, mend damaged bridges and deliver tents, foods and medical supplies. 

Videos have showed residents fleeing to higher ground on motorcycles, and a child trapped under the rubble as people tried to remove debris with their bare hands.

Rescuers peer into the darkness underneath a collapsed building in the city of Mamuju during Friday's recovery efforts

Two rescuers wearing motorcycle helmets lead a group of people carrying what appeared to be a body bag on the island 

The roof of a car caved in and the vehicle was left surrounded by rubble following the Friday morning quake in Indonesia 

Rescuers wearing masks join in the recovery operation, seemingly trying to free a wheeled vehicle from under the debris 

A group of people watch as two rescuers stand on top of the rubble following the earthquake which destroyed 60 homes 

Rescuers were searching for more than a dozen patients and staff trapped beneath the rubble of the levelled Mamuju hospital. 

'The hospital is flattened - it collapsed,' said Arianto from the rescue agency in Mamuju city, who goes by one name.

'There are patients and hospital employees trapped under the rubble and we're now trying to reach them,' he added, without giving a specific figure.

Rescuers were also trying to reach a family of eight trapped under the rubble of their destroyed home, he added.

Thousands had fled their homes to seek safety when the quake hit just after 1am local time on Friday. It was felt for about seven seconds.  

Straddling the so-called Pacific 'Ring of Fire', Indonesia, a nation of high tectonic activity, is regularly hit by earthquakes.

In 2018, a 7.5-magnitude quake and a subsequent tsunami in Palu on Sulawesi left more than 4,300 people dead or missing.

On December 26, 2004, a 9.1-magnitude earthquake struck off the coast of Sumatra and triggered the Boxing Day tsunami that killed 220,000 throughout the region, including around 170,000 in Indonesia. 

A traffic jam on a road out of Mamuju on Friday as residents attempted to flee the city following the disastrous earthquake 

Many buildings in the city of Mamuju were destroyed in the quake, leaving desperate survivors searching the rubble for missing people

Member search and rescue agency wearing masks and helmets search in the rubble of a building on Sulawesi island today 

Rescuers break up the rubble with hammers as they search for survivors at the Mitra Manakarra hospital following the quake

A man walks by a damaged hospital in Mamuju following the earthquake which rocked Indonesia's Sulawesi island on Friday

Comment by jorge namour on January 11, 2021 at 11:31pm

33 km SSW of Turt, Mongolia

2021-01-11 18:32:58 (UTC-03:00)
10.0 km

east of the South Sandwich Islands

2021-01-11 16:44:36 (UTC-03:00)
11.1 km

M 5.4 - 67 km NW of Castelo Branco, Portugal

Balleny Islands region

2021-01-11 01:45:42 (UTC-03:00)
10.0 km

149 km N of Ruteng, Indonesia

2021-01-10 22:20:38 (UTC-03:00)
617.1 km

M 6.1 - VANUATU - 2021-01-08 05:01:04 UTC

M 6.1 - JUJUY, ARGENTINA - 2021-01-10 03:54:13 UTC

Comment by Tracie Crespo on January 8, 2021 at 3:13pm

Magnitude Mw 6.3
Date time 2021-01-08 00:28:49.0 UTC
Location 29.53 S ; 178.78 W
Depth 220 km
Distances 1000 km S of Nuku‘alofa, Tonga / pop: 22,400 / local time: 13:28:49.0 2021-01-08
931 km NE of Kerikeri, New Zealand / pop: 5,600 / local time: 13:28:49.0 2021-01-08
Global view

Source parameters reviewed by a seismologist

Magnitude Mw 6.1
Date time 2021-01-08 05:01:04.8 UTC
Location 20.71 S ; 169.87 E
Depth 120 km
Distances 369 km SE of Port-Vila, Vanuatu / pop: 35,900 / local time: 16:01:04.8 2021-01-08
144 km SE of Isangel, Vanuatu / pop: 1,400 / local time: 16:01:04.8 2021-01-08
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Source parameters reviewed by a seismologist

Comment by jorge namour on January 4, 2021 at 4:10pm

M 5.6 - SOUTH SANDWICH ISLANDS REGION - 2021-01-04 12:16:14 UTC

M 4.6 - GREENLAND SEA - 2021-01-04 14:38:51 UTC
2 earthquakes, Central Mid-Atlantic Ridge & Iceland region 01-04-2021 UTC
4.9 mg Central Mid-Atlantic Ridge 01-04-2021 UTC
2021-01-04 08:54:01 (UTC)
Location 8.039°N 39.194°W
Depth 10.0 km

4.7 mg Iceland region 01-04-2021 UTC
2021-01-04 08:37:47 (UTC)
Location 67.884°N 19.120°W
Depth 10.0 km
5.1 mg Southern Mid-Atlantic Ridge 01-03-2021 UTC, 01-02-2021 EST
2021-01-03 03:21:43 (UTC)
Location 52.112°S 5.007°W
Depth 10.0 km
5.1 mg earlier earthquake, South Shetland Islands ANTARTICA REGIOM
5.1 mg earlier earthquake, South of Africa

Comment by Tracie Crespo on January 3, 2021 at 3:25pm

Magnitude Mw 6.1
Date time 2021-01-03 12:38:52.0 UTC
Location 51.32 N ; 179.77 W
Depth 45 km
Distances 1478 km E of Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky, Russia / pop: 187,000 / local time: 00:38:52.0 2021-01-04
937 km WSW of Unalaska, United States / pop: 4,400 / local time: 03:38:52.0 2021-01-03
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Source parameters not yet reviewed by a seismologist

Comment by Tracie Crespo on December 29, 2020 at 2:52pm

Magnitude Mw 6.4
Date time 2020-12-29 11:19:54.6 UTC
Location 45.46 N ; 16.31 E
Depth 10 km
Distances 47 km SE of Zagreb, Croatia / pop: 698,000 / local time: 12:19:54.6 2020-12-29
5 km WSW of Sisak, Croatia / pop: 35,700 / local time: 12:19:54.6 2020-12-29
Global view

Source parameters reviewed by a seismologist

Comment by Willa Rawlings on December 29, 2020 at 1:30pm

Good Morning, 

Can the Zetas confirm that there was such unreported activity [a massive earthquake] in Antarctica?

Comment by jorge namour on December 27, 2020 at 11:03pm

M 6.7 - OFF COAST OF LOS LAGOS, CHILE - 2020-12-27 21:39:15 UTC

M 5.7 - NEAR COAST OF SOUTHERN PERU - 2020-12-27 07:11:11 UTC

M 5.5 - EASTERN TURKEY - 2020-12-27 06:37:32 UTC

Comment by jorge namour on December 21, 2020 at 1:48am
Comment by jorge namour on December 15, 2020 at 12:33am

M 6.0 - ANTOFAGASTA, CHILE - 2020-12-14 15:20:49 UTC
5.8 mg Norwegian Sea 12-14-2020 UTC
14 Dec 2020 19:35:59 UTC
14 Dec 2020 19:35:59 near epicenter
14 Dec 2020 14:35:59 EST
Location 72.227N 0.771E
Depth 10 km
Yet another earthquake about 20 minutes ago near Coaldale, Nevada. It had a magnitude of 4.7.

While these are considered aftershocks of the M6.5 quake that struck there in May, they have become significantly more active in the last month, with several M5s and M4s.
4.7 mg Eastern Turkey 12-14-2020 UTC
22 km SSE of Erciş, Turkey
2020-12-14 21:58:46 (UTC)
Location 38.846°N 43.471°E
Depth 10.0 km

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