Earlier this year the Zetas have stated that the New Madrid earthquakes will begin before the end of the year. Are they still coming and what magnitude will they be (they will be downgraded by USGS anyway). [and from another] Oklahoma Breaks Last Year's Earthquake Record. October 19, 2015 http://www.koco.com/weather/oklahoma-breaks-last-years-earthquake-r...  The total number of 3.0 quakes for 2015 has already surpassed 2014 with 10 weeks left in the year. There have been a total of 2333 quakes this year but most of these are less than a magnitude 3.0. Quakes with a magnitude of 4.0 or greater have also increased this year. There have been 22 4.0 or greater earthquakes so far in 2015.  There were 15 in all of 2014.

Has the New Madrid adjustment started? Yes. We predicted last March that US cities along the New Madrid fault line would be “shattered”, starting in 2015. Where infrastructure has not yet shattered, it is clear from the exponential uptick in quake swarms in Oklahoma that this threshold is being approached. Another significant indicator is the sudden increase in quakes along the West Coast, which have emerged only the past couple weeks toward the end of December. This is due to a combination of bow stress in the N American continent and tweaking along the San Andreas, slippage, as the bow tightens. That slippage along the New Madrid Fault Line is about to start is literally palpable. 

Source: ZetaTalk Chat Q&A for January 2, 2016

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Comment by Juan F Martinez on February 12, 2017 at 8:18pm


Increasing in frequency, quantity and magnitude

The Pacific is clearly compressing and folding towards Asia, South America is moving West, Africa is dropping. The quakes show the trend. At some point, there will be a massive adjustment triggering the New Madrid fault in the USA, followed by an adjustment on the San Andreas fault.

Purple is within the last 1 hour
Red is 1 to 24 hours ago
Orange 24 to 48 hours ago
Yellow one week ago
White two weeks ago

Comment by Craig on January 19, 2016 at 5:13pm

Oklahoma has become more seismically active than all lower forty-eight statescombinedIt is now one of the most active regions in the world, and the danger, according to the USGS, is greater than you think.


Comment by Craig on January 6, 2016 at 2:39pm

Nearly two weeks after it started, more than 8,000 quakes have been registered between North Vancouver Island and nearly all the way to Seattle -- and the tremors are still moving south.



Comment by Howard on January 3, 2016 at 8:35pm

17,500 Nevada Earthquakes in 2015 (Jan 1)

More than 17,500 earthquakes were recorded in 2015 by the University of Nevada, Reno’s Nevada Seismological Laboratory.

That includes the 231 recent quakes in South Reno and the magnitude 4.8 in Caliente that shook Las Vegas in January 2015, according to a Thursday report from UNR.

The biggest source of shakes is the so-called Sheldon sequence in far northwest Nevada, according to the seismological lab.

In 2015 there were 4,511 earthquakes recorded in the remote Sheldon Wildlife Refuge near Vya, east of Cedarville, Calif.



Comment by Howard on January 3, 2016 at 8:26pm

Oklahoma has more earthquakes in 2015 than all of continental U.S. combined (Dec 31)

Forty-nine U.S. states recorded a total of 1,586 earthquakes of magnitude 3 or greater.

Oklahoma recorded 857 quakes.  That leaves the other 48 U.S. states with a combined total of 729.

Oklahoma had a record year in 2014 with 585 quakes, after a record year in 2013 of 106. 

The Sooner State also had set a record for 4.0 or greater quakes this year with a total of 30.



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