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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 Tracie Crespo on Tuesday

Magnitude mb 6.1
Date time 2019-07-16 00:18:35.5 UTC
Location 9.23 S ; 114.49 E
Depth 100 km
Distances 291 km SE of Surabaya, Indonesia / pop: 2,375,000 / local time: 07:18:35.5 2019-07-16 
102 km SW of Denpasar, Indonesia / pop: 406,000 / local time: 08:18:35.5 2019-07-16 
88 km SW of Jimbaran, Indonesia / pop: 1,800 / local time: 08:18:35.5 2019-07-16 
Global view
Comment by Juan F Martinez on Monday

INDONESIA 7.2M Earthquake 7-14-2019

Comment by jorge namour on Sunday

202km W of Broome, Australia
2019-07-14 05:39:24 (UTC)
10.0 km

190km W of Broome, Australia
2019-07-14 07:26:36 (UTC)
10.0 km

3km NW of Manhattan, Montana

2019-07-14 01:52:46 (UTC)
6.0 km


South of the Fiji Islands
2019-07-14 01:44:49 (UTC)
527.4 km

34km N of Jijel, Algeria

2019-07-13 09:56:35 (UTC)
10.0 km

Comment by jorge namour on Sunday

102km NNE of Laiwui, Indonesia

2019-07-14 09:10:50 (UTC)

Comment by Starr DiGiacomo on Saturday

Quake Rattles Greater Seattle Area; No Link to California

July 12, 2019

EVERETT, Wash. — Two earthquakes shook the Puget Sound region in Washington state early Friday morning, with the temblors felt into British Columbia and across the Cascade Mountains into the eastern part of the state.

There were no immediate reports of damage or injuries.

The U.S. Geological Survey reports that a 4.6 magnitude earthquake rattled the Three Lakes area, about 40 miles (64 kilometers) northeast of Seattle. That was followed minutes later by a 3.5 magnitude aftershock near the city of Monroe, some 30 miles (48 kilometers) northeast of Seattle.

The initial jolt was recorded at 2:51 a.m. Friday.

The state Department of Transportation said the agency would be inspecting bridges, but had no reports of damage.

The USGS said it received reports of people feeling the shaking from Vancouver to near Wenatchee, Washington.

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The Northwest is especially prone to earthquakes. The most recent large one to shake the Seattle area occurred in 2001, when a 6.8 magnitude quake happened just north of Olympia, Washington. That quake caused some injuries and widespread damage, including to the air traffic control tower at Sea-Tac Airport.

Further south along the Pacific coast, a magnitude 4.9 aftershock of last week's Southern California earthquakes was felt widely in the region on Friday morning. There have been thousands of aftershocks of the magnitude 6.4 earthquake on July 4 and the 7.1 quake that occurred the next day.

David Caruso, a USGS geophysicist, told The Seattle Times the Washington state quake was due to a thrust fault, in which one side of a fault pushed upward relative to its opposite side. Such quakes are common in the Cascade Mountain range.

Caruso said the Northwest quake had no connection to the recent earthquakes in California.

Here's how a 9.0 earthquake would affect Washington's coast

Updated 11:11 am PDT, Thursday, July 11, 2019

How fast do you think you could prepare if "The Big One" hits Washington? How fast do you think you could clear out of a tsunami zone?

Last year, the Washington Geological Survey published a model of how Grays Harbor and Pacific County would be hit with a massive wave following a 9.0 earthquake along the Cascadia Subduction Zone, the fault line that runs about 600-miles along the West Coast.

As earthquakes hammer the Southern California desert, we thought the study was worth revisiting.

In the study, researchers estimated how much time residents would have to prepare for a huge tsunami wave. Their guess? About 15 to 20 minutes.

Of course, that'd be following a mighty powerful earthquake as well.

"With a magnitude 9.0 event you're expecting a severe amount of shaking," Dan Eungard, one of the scientists who published the report, said.

"For the people on the outer coast all the way into Puget Sound, and essentially all of the western Washington area – and that extends as far down into northern California and lower British Columbia area as well – they would experience a strong degree of shaking. And when I say a strong degree of shaking, you would not be able to stand, you would be forced to the ground, just because you wouldn't be able to hold your balance."

According to their model, a 9.0 earthquake struck the Zone, the first tsunami would arrive on land along the outer coasts mere minutes later, with the wave moving at speeds exceeding 40 miles per hour.

RELATED: Washington's faults: Where the Earth moves the Seattle area

On the outer coasts that could mean inundation depth ranges from 20 to 60 feet; these rates decrease to generally less than 10 feet within Willapa Bay and Grays Harbor.

And there could be more than one wave, with potential follow-ups expected up to 12 hours after the initial quake.

This study can't account for some specific details, like tidal effects or minor topographic changes that could modify the impact of tsunami waves. But they do believe this is an excellent tool for evacuation and recovery planning.

"The key takeaways of it are where do you live, where you work, where are the places you frequent most in your daily life? And that's the kind of thing we want to draw people's attention to ... what we're pushing for, more than anything, is personal preparedness," Eungard said.

It's another reason why Washington and other West Coast states have been pushing for record funding of the ShakeAlert system in the 2018 FY spending bill. ShakeAlert would cost about $38.2 million to build out along the West Coast, but could feasibly give people up to minutes of notice about an oncoming earthquake.

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Eungard and his team believe that systems like that help, but it has to be a multi-step awareness for the coastal population in particular.

"It is a two-pronged hazard, when you think about it in the hazard preparedness: You're preparing for the hazard, and you're preparing for a tsunami. And many people divorce those into two separate categories. But essentially, you can't have the tsunami without the earthquake as well," Eungard said, noting that everyone should prepare for the earthquake in Western Washington as everyone will feel it.

"But then, depending on where you go and who you are, would depend on whether you also should be preparing for the tsunami as well. And definitely for the outer coast communities, they should be thinking of both of them as a simultaneous hazard scenario that they should be thinking of both at the same time."

Comment by Juan F Martinez on July 8, 2019 at 4:33pm

New Madrid 7.7 Seismic Event, massive National Guard deployment! They KNOW it's coming. Preparations underway!  Operation Shaken Fury

Video July 7, 2019

“In a domestic operation situation it don’t matter if it’s the Air or the Army, the public needs us to come as one team with one fight and to help relieve whatever situation is going on.”-Major General Tommy Baker, Deputy Adjutant General of the Tennessee National Guard

Mass-casualty training at Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri.

From the end of May 2019, thru the beginning of June 2019, the U.S. military held a multi-state (Alabama, Arkansas, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Mississippi, Missouri and Tennessee) National Guard/local responder exercise called #Shaken_Fury, in preps for a major New Madrid Seismic Zone event.

Pulling bodies from the rubble, Millington, Tennessee.

44 Georgia Air Guard medical response personnel drove into Tennessee to lend a hand.

Preparing to fuel a KC-135 transport at McGhee Tyson Air National Guard Base, Tennessee.

Official video explainer of operation Shaken Fury 2019. What if a 7.7 quake hit the mid-western U.S.?

One of the things Guard personnel trained for was reacting without any prior notice (called a ‘no-notice’ response). The main purpose of Shaken Fury was to identify potential problem areas for local disaster response.

Comment by jorge namour on July 7, 2019 at 5:52pm

129km WSW of Kota Ternate, Indonesia

2019-07-07 15:08:39 (UTC)
24.9 km

Comment by jorge namour on July 6, 2019 at 5:53am


M 7.1 - SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA - 2019-07-06 03:19:57 UTC

Witness location : Wofford Heights (United States of America) (80 km W from epicenter)

Big quake. Shook the whole house. Scary, lasted about 30


Felt earthquake M5.0 in CENTRAL CALIFORNIA 35 minutes ago

Comment by jorge namour on July 6, 2019 at 5:42am

17km NNE of Ridgecrest, CA

2019-07-06 03:19:52 (UTC)
-0.9 km

16km E of Little Lake, CA
2019-07-06 03:22:03 (UTC)
8.3 km

14km WSW of Searles Valley, CA
2019-07-06 03:16:32 (UTC)
-1.0 km

Comment by jorge namour on July 5, 2019 at 5:29pm

M 4.6 - 239km WSW of Bella Bella, Canada

M 5.6 - 192km WSW of Bella Bella, Canada
M 4.7 - 186km WSW of Bella Bella, Canada

16km W of Searles Valley, CA

2019-07-05 11:07:53 (UTC)
7.0 km
M 4.5 - EASTERN MEDITERRANEAN SEA - 2019-07-05 14:19:02 UTC FELT

Distances 150 km NE of Alexandria, Egypt

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