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June 28, 2014


5.2 50km NW of Lordsburg, New Mexico 2014-06-28 21:59:33 UTC-07:00 5.0 km



Sunday June 29 2014, 05:08:44 UTC

10 hours ago






Sunday June 29 2014, 05:00:32 UTC

11 hours ago

Atacama, Chile





Sunday June 29 2014, 04:59:33 UTC

11 hours ago







Above from:


Things of which I took notice:

1)  Strength and Duration. Maritza and I were sitting on the couch watching anime (Zetman), and she said that she thought she felt a quake. I had my had on her thigh, and I could feel the water and flesh of her thigh vibrating. I said that I felt it, too. The animals were looking up very puzzled by the quake. The quake lasted over thirty seconds.

2) North-South Alignment with other quakes. There had just been seven hours before an Earthquake in Sonora [M4.4 - 16km SE of Alamos, Mexico 2014-06-28 21:09:43 UTC, depth=18.3km (11.4mi)] and one just minutes before in Utah [M3.2 - 13km S of Mount Pleasant, Utah 2014-06-29 04:52:46 UTC, depth=5.3km (3.3mi)], and if you drew a straight line between them, that was very close to where the epicenter of this quake hit in Duncan, Arizona.

3) Nuclear Danger. We have a nuclear reactor called the Palo Verde nuclear plant that is only about 250 miles from the epicenter in Duncan, Arizona.

Palo Verde Nuclear Generating Station Tonopah, Arizona Unit 1: 1,447
Unit 2: 1,447
Unit 3: 1,447
Unit 1: 1986
Unit 2: 1986
Unit 3: 1988

There is also a Nuclear Waste plant in Carlsbad, New Mexico, some 300  miles to the east of the epicenter, which has been having serious problems with radiation leaks.

4) Depth. The depth of the quake was very shallow, and these are the most dangerous: it was only two miles below the surface of the Earth. The only other time that I felt an earthquake in Tucson was four years ago on Sunday, April 4, 2010, when in the afternoon there was a 7.2 earthquake in Baja Mexico, which was felt strongly in Tucson, and even caused water to be tossed outside of swimming pools here in town and also in California. Here also the depth of the quake was only 6.2 miles, which means it was poorly constrained and very dangerous. Here's an ABC news story on that Baja Quake.

The quake has been followed by three aftershocks within 12 hours...

+  (8 minutes later)  3.5 41km WNW of Lordsburg, New Mexico 2014-06-28 22:08:44 UTC-07:00 5.0 km

+ (3 1/2 hours later)  3.4 49km NW of Lordsburg, New Mexico 2014-06-29 01:25:19 UTC-07:00 5.0 km

+ (9 1/2 hours later)  3.6 46km WNW of Lordsburg, New Mexico 2014-06-29 07:33:59 UTC-07:00 5.0 km

(9 1/2 hours later)


Earthquake data from USGS prior to and after the quake...


·  6.8 170km SSE of Mata-Utu, Wallis and Futuna 2014-06-29 08:52:23 UTC-07:00 10.0 km

·  2.5 21km S of Valdez, Alaska 2014-06-29 07:57:07 UTC-07:00 100.0 km

·  3.0 48km ESE of Glennallen, Alaska 2014-06-29 07:52:05 UTC-07:00 100.0 km

·  3.6 46km WNW of Lordsburg, New Mexico 2014-06-29 07:33:59 UTC-07:00 5.0 km

·  5.7 157km NNW of Visokoi Island, 2014-06-29 07:32:49 UTC-07:00 10.0 km

·  5.6 151km NNW of Visokoi Island, 2014-06-29 07:20:37 UTC-07:00 10.0 km

·  5.0 176km NNW of Visokoi Island, 2014-06-29 06:41:23 UTC-07:00 10.0 km

·  3.2 11km E of Healy, Alaska 2014-06-29 05:25:45 UTC-07:00 100.0 km

·  5.1 169km NNW of Visokoi Island, 2014-06-29 05:11:20 UTC-07:00 10.0 km

·  4.9 172km NNW of Visokoi Island, 2014-06-29 05:05:38 UTC-07:00 10.0 km

·  2.7 135km NNW of Charlotte Amalie, U.S. Virgin Islands 2014-06-29 05:01:10 UTC-07:00 28.0 km

·  4.3 63km ESE of Karpathos, Greece 2014-06-29 04:19:07 UTC-07:00 10.0 km

·  3.0 14km N of Road Town, British Virgin Islands 2014-06-29 03:18:48 UTC-07:00 35.0 km

·  3.1 50km NNE of Larsen Bay, Alaska 2014-06-29 03:16:12 UTC-07:00 39.7 km

·  4.8 21km S of Little Sitkin Island, Alaska 2014-06-29 01:54:45 UTC-07:00 90.4 km

·  5.1 164km NNW of Visokoi Island, 2014-06-29 01:28:55 UTC-07:00 10.0 km

·  3.4 49km NW of Lordsburg, New Mexico 2014-06-29 01:25:19 UTC-07:00 5.0 km

·  5.1 152km NNW of Visokoi Island, 2014-06-29 01:21:04 UTC-07:00 10.0 km

·  6.9 154km NNW of Visokoi Island, 2014-06-29 00:52:56 UTC-07:00 16.5 km

·  2.6 8km SW of Aguanga, California 2014-06-29 00:39:46 UTC-07:00 15.2 km

·  2.5 23km ENE of Cantwell, Alaska 2014-06-29 00:23:48 UTC-07:00 0.2 km

·  5.0 120km E of Bitung, Indonesia 2014-06-29 00:19:24 UTC-07:00 34.4 km

·  4.4 29km NE of Cantwell, Alaska 2014-06-28 23:58:44 UTC-07:00 9.4 km

·  6.2 134km ESE of Iwo Jima, Japan 2014-06-28 22:56:31 UTC-07:00 43.2 km

·  3.0 46km ESE of Middleton Island, Alaska 2014-06-28 22:17:28 UTC-07:00 26.1 km

·  3.5 41km WNW of Lordsburg, New Mexico 2014-06-28 22:08:44 UTC-07:00 5.0 km

·  5.2 50km NW of Lordsburg, New Mexico 2014-06-28 21:59:33 UTC-07:00 5.0 km

and just prior...

·  3.2 13km S of Mount Pleasant, Utah 2014-06-28 21:52:46 UTC-07:00 5.3 km

·  3.0 11km SSE of Mount Pleasant, Utah 2014-06-28 19:08:26 UTC-07:00 5.0 km

·  3.2 24km WSW of Bolinas, California 2014-06-28 18:51:34 UTC-07:00 5.6 km

·  4.2 11km S of Mount Pleasant, Utah 2014-06-28 17:56:22 UTC-07:00 5.1 km

·  2.5 69km ENE of Cape Yakataga, Alaska 2014-06-28 17:04:45 UTC-07:00 12.4 km

·  4.6 115km E of Shikotan, Russia 2014-06-28 16:59:32 UTC-07:00 35.7 km

·  4.4 16km SE of Alamos, Mexico 2014-06-28 14:09:43 UTC-07:00 18.3 km

·  2.8 116km SSW of Kaktovik, Alaska 2014-06-28 13:24:56 UTC-07:00 4.5 km

·  2.6 15km SSW of Little Sitkin Island, Alaska


Type: EarthQuake
11 hours ago
Magnitude: 5.3
DateTime: 2014-06-28 23:59:33
Region: Arizona
Depth: 2
Source: CSEM-EMSC Feed

Here's a Reuters article:

Magnitude-5.2 earthquake shakes New Mexico, Arizona

Sun Jun 29, 2014 10:21am EDT

 (Reuters) - A 5.2-magnitude earthquake near the border of Arizona and New Mexico rattled a significant swath of the U.S. Southwest late Saturday but caused no major damage or injuries, the United States Geological Survey said.

The earthquake was centered about 31 miles (50 km) northwest of the city of Lordsburg, New Mexico, and could be felt some 150 miles (240 km) west in the city of Tucson, Arizona, and 300 miles east (480 km) in Roswell, New Mexico, the USGS and local media reported.

The quake hit at 9.59 p.m. local time at a depth of about 3 miles (5 km) and was followed by two small aftershocks, the USGS said.

It knocked pictures from walls and caused light fixtures to swing, local media reported. It also prompted scores of people across the region to call 911.

In the southeastern Arizona town of Thatcher, residents saw roads and structures swaying.

"It just kept shaking and shaking, and I grabbed the arm of the girl next to me," Jennifer Taylor, a dispatcher for the Graham County Sheriff's Office, told KPHO-TV. "We went out to the patio and looked up and our radio tower was shaking."

In El Paso, Texas, about 150 miles (240 km) east of the epicenter along Interstate 10, local officials tweeted that staff inside the El Paso International Airport control tower said they felt the quake.

(Reporting by Victoria Cavaliere; Editing by Colleen Jenkins and Frances Kerry)


Also I checked out this page about the low probability of an earthquake threat there:, which said that in the next 50 years, Lordsburg had only an 11.29% chance of having a 5.2 quake.

Lordsburg, NM Earthquake Probability

Very Low Risk Area

The USGS database shows that there is a 15.86% chance of a major earthquake within 50km of Lordsburg, NM within the next 50 years. The largest earthquake within 30 miles of Lordsburg, NM was a 3.2 Magnitude in 1981.

Probability of earthquakes within the next 50 years

Magnitude             Probability

5.0                               15.86%

5.1                               13.39%

5.2                               11.29%  (so this was only a 1:10 chance over the next 50 years!)

5.3                                 9.50%

5.4                                 7.98%

5.5                                 6.70%

5.6                                  5.62%

5.7                                  4.71%

5.8                                  3.95%


Here's another story:

The U.S. Geological Service reported a 5.2 magnitude earthquake that was felt across Southern Arizona.


It originated about 30 miles northwest of Lordsburg, N. M. Officials say that it was felt strongest in Greenlee and Cochise counties in Arizona.

The USGS will be receiving reports from sensors around the world during the next several hours and could revise the magnitude as more accurate numbers come in.

The communities of Safford and Willcox likely felt some of the strongest shaking - The small community of Duncan, AZ is the town closest to the center.

Here is the official statement from the National Weather Service:

"Earthquake Report - National Weather Service, Tucson, AZ - 10:20 PM MST - Saturday June 28th 2014

An Earthquake was felt weakly to moderately by many people across Southeastern Arizona Including Tucson...Douglas...Willcox...and Sierra Vista. No Damage or injuries have been reported. The earthquake was initially rated at magnitude 5.2 by the US Geological Survey and Occurred at 10 PM MST. The location was noted as 50 KM Northwest of Lordsburg, NM...Which is near Duncan in Southern Greenlee County, AZ. Lat 32.607 Lon 109.151

Information released in this statement is preliminary. Updates...Including Richter scale magnitude...will be provided as more information becomes available from the National Earthquake Information Center in Golden Colorado."

Tucson News Now has been flooded with calls from people all over Tucson and neighboring cities and towns with reports of feeling tremors. Reports have been coming in from Greenlee, Graham, Cochise, Santa Cruz, Gila, and Pima county tonight.

An aftershock has already been generated, but it was significantly smaller than the first earthquake - The aftershock measured 3.5 at 10:08 PM.


And this article on how rare earthquakes in Arizona are:

Earthquakes in Arizona are rare

Posted: Jun 29, 2014 1:11 AM Updated: Jun 29, 2014 1:14 AM

By Aaron Pickering

The earthquake that hit Southern Arizona on Saturday night at 9:59 PM is rare, no…its extremely rare.

The Tucson seismograph captured this image of the quake:


The 5.2 magnitude earthquake centered in Southern Greenlee County gave people a jolt from Safford to Douglas, Sierra Vista to Tucson. It only lasted for a few seconds, but it was strong enough that many people stopped what they were doing to pay attention. Although no injuries or damage was reported, we wanted to take a look at how rare these events really are.


Unlike California, Arizona experiences very little seismic activity. Not including the most recent quake, the USGS records show only eight earthquakes measuring 4.0 or larger since 1973. Interestingly enough, if you look at earthquakes measuring 5.0 or higher, that number drops to just three quakes, with the largest measuring at 5.3 near Flagstaff in 1993.


A study published by the USGS in 1970 shows only 12 moderate earthquakes inside the borders since Arizona became a state in 1912.

According to the USGS, "no earthquake in recorded history has caused deaths or injuries in Arizona."


And here's another article on the history of earthquakes in Arizona:


Earthquake History

The earliest documents which describe Arizona earthquakes were those recorded at Fort Yuma, located in the 1800's on the California side of the Colorado River. Shocks which probably centered in the Imperial Valley of California, or in Mexico, have been noted there since late 1852.

No earthquake in recorded history has caused deaths or injuries in Arizona. In the past century or more, 14 tremors of intensity V to VII have centered within its borders, of which 12 were reported after Arizona entered the Union in February 1912. All of these shocks, however, were moderate in intensity, with one intensity VII, one VI-VII, four VI, and eight V.

Probably the most famous earthquake in this region occurred in 1887 near Bavispe, Mexico, about 190 miles southeast of Tucson. The temblor caused great destruction near its epicenter. From Guaymas to Nogales, Mexico, Benson and Tucson, Arizona, and at towns as far distant as Albuquerque, New Mexico, water in tanks spilled over, buildings cracked, chimneys were toppled, and railroad cars were set in motion. An observer at Tombstone, near the Mexican border, reported sounds ``like prolonged artillery fire.''

The first damaging earthquake known to have centered within Arizona's borders occurred on January 25, 1906, the year of the great San Francisco earthquake, and of a damaging series of shocks at Socorro, New Mexico. The shock was violent at Flagstaff, about 115 miles north of Phoenix.

The cumulative terror produced by a series of 52 earthquakes, from September 10 to 23, 1910, caused a construction crew in the Coconino Forest near Flagstaff to break camp and leave the area. Boulders rolled down on their camp from nearby mountains, and the earth maintained a constant quiver. The shocks grew in intensity until September 23, when a very strong shock raged throughout northern Arizona. It was so severe north of the San Francisco Mountains that Indians fled from the region.

A tremor on August 18, 1912, caused a 50-mile-long crack in the earth north of the San Francisco Range. Houses were damaged at Williams, and the shock was strong in Coconino County, north of Flagstaff. Rockslides roared down the mountainsides, and the earth seemed to roll ``like waves on the Colorado River.''

A shock that cracked walls and plaster at Wellton, located a few miles east of Yuma in southwestern Arizona, occurred January 2, 1935. Although few residents of the small town were frightened by the tremor, everyone felt the ground quiver, and homes shake.

Eight days later, a slightly stronger earthquake awakened sleepers at Grand Canyon, 175 miles north of Phoenix. Many were frightened by the distinct subterranean rumble and the movement of their houses. Walls were cracked in some cases, and rockslides occurred in the mountains. Three slight foreshocks were felt by Grand Canyon residents during the first week of January, and one very minor aftershock was noted on January 15.

On January 16, 1950, a strong earthquake in Apache County left several cracks in the ground as it rumbled through the small town of Ganado. The cracks, one-half inch wide and up to 12 feet long, extended in a north-south direction near the Ganado trading post.

Abridged from Earthquake Information Bulletin, Volume 2, Number 3, May-June 1970

For a list of earthquakes that have occurred since this article was written, use the Earthquake Search.


March 21, 2012
6.7 Earthquake in New Guinea, Papau New Guinea

New Guinea Earthquake
                  March 21 2012

   A major earthquake has hit New Guinea again, following yesterday's 5.7, and the 6.4 from March 14th. Also, earthquake reporter Dutch Sinse is reporting that Google has suspended his account as of today, and Terral Croft is reporting that six members of his reporting team are "under attack." The timing of all of this, just after Croft's press release from Sunday the 18th predicting these events, seems very suspicious. Both earthquake reporters have tied the U.S. government HAARP Project to earthquakes.
Especially disturbing is the emergency drill that was staged in the state of Chiapas, Mexico for an earthquake of magnitude 7.9, when the 7.8 earthquake struck in the nearby state of Guerrero only two minutes difference from the simulation drill. Add to this strange confluence of events that Obama's daughter was visiting in the area of the earthquake.

Mexico Earthquake Drill
                  March 20 2012

March 20, 2012

7.4 to 7.9 Earthquake rattles Southern Mexico
   A major earthquake has hit southern Mexico, centered in Oaxaca, and reaching Acapulco and Mexico City. See this L.A. Times page for videos and photos from the incident, as well as this article from London's Daily Mail. By the last account, over eight hundred homes were damaged by this quake.

March 19, 2012
Obama Makes Executive Order on March 16, 2012:
National Defense Resources Preparedness
   As unbelievable as it sounds, Pres. Barack Obama has signed an executive order that may be paving the way for peactime martial law in the United States. On March 16th, he signed the "National Defense Resourches Preparedness" order as law.
You can view the list of Obama executive orders and keep an eye on future press releases from the White website.

March 19, 2012
Earthquake prediction related to CW Leonis
   A small group of non-professional earthquake analysts out of St. Petersbug, Florida have offered a press release on March 18th, and are expecting a major earthquake to occur by Thursday, March 22, 2012.
   Here is the statement by Terral Croft:


St. Petersburg, Florida – Our researchers have discovered a pattern of seismicity going back to 1965 that has transitioned into large magnitude events including Earth axis shifts on a regular 188-day cycle. The most-recent events include the February 27, 2010 8.8 event in Chile, the September 4, 2010 7.1 event at Christchurch, New Zealand, the September 15, 2011 7.3 event in Fiji and the March 11, 2011 9.0 Japan event. The next timeline event is expected to take place according to our calculations on March 22, 2012 at 4:58:34 UTC, when Earth will pass through the gravity trough connecting the Sun and a heavy-mass object (HMO) being tracked out of the Leo Constellation. The Earth axis is expected to shift five to six inches like the four-inch shift with Japan event and the three-inch shift with the Chile event.

Saturn is currently in the Virgo Constellation next door to the Leo Constellation where the ringed planet also passed between the Sun and this HMO to develop an extra ring and the super storm now raging in the northern hemisphere. The evidence indicates that Jupiter’s liquefying core, Venus’ slowing rotation with Mars’ and Uranus’ increased seismicity are all perturbations associated with our inbound HMO. The last time Saturn experienced this storm type was thirty years ago, when the planet passed between the Sun and Leo Constellation. Our team is also tracking the U.S. Government response to these threats, which includes Presidential, NASA, DHS and FEMA Preparations.

Our research team anticipates that HAARP multi-frequency wave signatures will begin transmitting on March 19, 2012 at 4:58:34 UTC precisely seventy two hours prior to the expected event. The team also expects to see increased four to six magnitude quake swarm activity at the ‘event’ location. Everyone living in or around a seismic area should be warned to brace for one of the top five seismic events in recorded history on March 22, 2012 right around the equinox."
[End of press release]

Observation: October 24, 2011
        Hypothesis of Cause (video): Jupiter-Aligning Earthquakes and Solar Flares    See Also Hypothesis of additional Cause: Earthquake-producing nuclear detonations to gain advantage in geo-political control, espoused by Benjamin Fulford, or  HAARP

Earthquakes Quiet October 24 2011
                except Mediterranean
October 24, 2011 9:30am Tucson time
What I have found odd is that the earthquakes have been quiet
for most of the last 24 hours on the Asian side of the Ring of Fire,
and along the western South American coast,
but instead concentrated and repeated tremors are occurring
along the Mediterranean faults in Turkey and Greece

Updated November 15, 2011
Commentary: October 16, 2011 by Rick Keefe
  Since following earthquake data, I have noticed a trend by the USGS (United States
Geological Survey) that indicates a pattern of their office downgrading earthquake magnitudes, after the "event has been reviewed by a seismologist."
  Here are four recent examples:
    *The Russia quake of October 14 2011 was downgraded from a published 6.6 to 6.1
    *The Oregon quake of October 12, 2011 was downgraded from 5.9 to 5.3.
    *The Vancouver quake of September 9, 2011 was downgraded from a 6.7 to a 6.4.
    *The Alaska quake of September 2, 2011 was downgraded from a 7.1 to a 6.8.
  There have been numerous others that I have seen downgraded from 0.1 to 0.3 magnitudes,
and I have not seen a single event that was upgraded in magnitude. I have found this
reporting very unscientific, unsettling, highly irresponsible, and even criminal.
  Today, I discovered this article: Why the Lake Mead earthquakes Should Give You
and am appalled to find that the USGS is deleting earthquakes from its
database, and under-reporting at best. This is a large signal that those higher in authority
are purposely mis-informing the public about the growing scale of seismic disturbances.
   Update November 15, 2011: Here is another example of earthquake data manipulation through USGS data sources, caught live by an observer on November 5, 2011 as the Oklahoma Earthquakes were occurring.

Commentary: October 6, 2011 by Rick Keefe
   Already since October 5th, there has been a climb in the magnitude of earthquakes back
into the 5+ and 6+ range, and numerous volcanoes including the Canary Islands El Hierro, Iceland's Katla Volcano, Indonesisa's Anak Krakatau Volcano, Costa Rica's Rincon de la Vieja Volcano, and Italy's Mount Etna Volcano are showing intense increased seismic activity and reactivation from dormancy.
If Comet Elenin, or any larger object associated with its path, is actually affecting the geo-magnetics on Earth and between the Earth and
the Sun and thus affecting solar flares, eathquakes and volcanoes, then using the
JPL and NASA Elenin Tracking Model, it appears that the period between October 15th and 19th,
2011 has the potential to be more dangerous in terms of large-scale events. And if HAARP
is a contributing factor or amplifier in any way, then we must put forth as much positive and gentle energy as possible, so that all dangerous effects are diminshed to whatever degree that our positive and healing energy can effect such events.

Major Eathquake Events
Event: November 29, 2011: 6.0 Luzon, Philippines (depth 9 miles)
Event: November 28, 2011: 6.4 Papua, New Guinea   (depth 31 miles)
Event: November 24, 2011: 6.2 near Hokkaido, Japan (depth 26 miles) JT  VOA
Event: November 23, 2011: 6.1 near Honshu, Japan (depth 20 miles)

Event: November 22, 2011: 6.2 (revised from 6.7) Beni, Bolivia (depth 331 miles) CNN
Event: November 20, 2011: 5.9 Myanmar (depth 75 miles) TOI
Event: November 18, 2011: 6.0 Off New Zealand Coast (depth 16 miles)
Event: November 15, 2011: 6.2 Papua, Indonesia (revised down to 5.8 by USGS)
                                               (depth 5 miles) AP  Xinhua
Event: November 14, 2011: 6.3 Molucca Sea  (depth 12 miles)
Event: November 9, 2011: 5.6 Van, Turkey (depth 3 miles) 40 dead WB
Event: November 7, 2011: 6.9 Northeast of Taiwan (depth 130 miles)  CNN
Event: November 5, 2011: 5.6 Shawnee, Oklahoma (depth 3 miles) LATimes  ABC  NYTimes

Event: November 2, 2011: 6.2 Pacific-Antarctic Ridge (depth 1 mile)
Event: November 1, 2011: 6.3 (revised from 6.5) Revilla Gigedo Islands, Mexico (depth 3 miles)
Event: October 31, 2011: 6.1 Northern Xinjiang, China (depth 10 km)
Event: October 28, 2011: 6.9 (revised from7.0) Lima, Peru (depth 15 miles) Bloomberg
Event: October 26, 2011: 6.0 Fiji Region (depth 380 miles)   

Event: October 23, 2011: 7.3 (revised from 7.5) Van,Turkey  (depth 4 miles) Video Analysis

Turkey 7.5
                    Earthquake October 23 2011
Turkey 7.5 to 7.6 earthquake, October 23 2011
600+ Dead
BNO  Atlanta Journal  Haaretz  Yeshiva  Wire Update
The Journal  Channel 6  Washington Post  LA Times
Telegraph UK  SkyTurk (video)

Turkey Earthquake Aftershocks Table October 23
Link to Aftershocks in this region of Turkey
Additional link to earthquakes in last thirty days in Central Asia

Event: October 21, 2011: 7.4 (revised from 7.5) Kermadec Islands region (depth 20 miles)
Event: October 21, 2011: 6.1 Hokkaido, Japan (depth 115 miles)
Event: October 21, 2011: 4.0 (revised from 4.2) San Francisco, CA (depth 5 miles) Berk CSM
Event: October 20, 2011: 4.8 Cambellton, Texas (depth 2 miles) SAE
Event: October 17, 2001: 6.0 Papau New Guinea (depth 13 miles)
Multiple Events: October 15-16, 2011,
a swarm of larger events worldwide:
            October 15: 4.7 Central Mongolia, 4.5 Offshore Coquimbo, Chile,
               5.2 South of Fiji Islands, 4.8 Mariana Islands, 4.5 Kashmir, 4.5 south of Fiji Islands,
               5.1 Kermadec islands, 4.1 Kamchatka, Russia, 5.4 Vanatu, plus Washington-Oregon
            October 16: 4.6 Bonin Islands, Japan, 4.7 off Honshu, Japan, 5.5 Kuril Islands,
               4.7 South of Fiji Islands, 5.0 offshore Valparaiso, Chile, 4.7 N of Ascension Islan,
               5.2 Norther Xinjiang, China, 5.4 Simeulue, Indonesia, 4.6 Aleutian Islands, Alaska,
               4.5 Kepulauan Talauad, Indonesia, 4.7 Mindanao, Philippines, 4.4 south of Fiji,
               4.3 Tajikistan, 4.6 Vanuatu, 4.7 Vanuatu, 5.2 Minahasa, Indonesia
               5.1 southeast of Taiwan, 4.5 Pribilof Islands, Alaska
Event: October 14, 2011: 6.1 (revised fron 6.6) Amurskaya Oblast, Russia (depth 9 miles)
             China Daily
Event: October 13, 2011: 6.7 Papau New Guinea (depth 28 miles) SMH 
Event: October 12, 2011: 5.3 (revised from 5.9) Oregon, off the coast (depth 6 miles) KOIN

Event: October 12, 2011: 6.1 Bali, Indonesia, south of (depth 21 miles) 50+ injured Telegraph
             Herald Sun
Event: October 8, 2011: 5.9 Tonga (depth 4 miles)
Event: October 7, 2011: 6.1 South of Kermadec Islands (depth 25 miles)
Event: October 6, 2011: 6.2 Jujuy, Argentina (depth 6 miles) Buenos Aires Herald
             Vancouver Sun

[Note: During this period between September 22 and October 5, 2011, the largest
earthquakes had diminshed to mostly 4+ range, but solar flare activity began to increase with  X-Class flares occuring on September 22 (X1.8), and 24th (X1.9), followed by a new mysterious comet that hurtled into the sun on October 1st, which produced a massive
magnetic explosion. By October 5th, a string of 5+ magnitude earthquakes were occurring again.]

Event: September 22, 2011: 6.8 and 6.4 Magnitude; Tonga (depth 6 miles)
Event: September 19, 2011: 5.8 Magnitude; Guatemala (depth 24 miles)
CNN article Reuters article  L.A.Late article
3 dead
Event: September 18, 2011: 6.9 Magnitude; Sikkim, India (depth 12 miles)
Associated Press Time article The Guardian article
53 dead, over 100,000 homes damaged
Event: September 16, 2011: 6.2 Magnitude; Near East Coast, Honshu, Japan (depth 12 miles)
Event: September 16, 2011: 6.6 Magnitude; Near East Coast, Honshu, Japan (depth 22 miles)
Event: September 15, 2011: 7.3 Magnitude; Fiji Islands region (depth 389 miles)
Event: September 15, 2011: 6.2 Magnitude; Near East Coast, Honshu, Japan (depth 6 miles)
Event: September 15, 2011: 6.0 Magnitude; Near North Island New Zealand (depth 8 miles)
Event: September 14, 2011: 6.2 Magnitude; Aleutian Islands, Alaska (depth 1 mile)
   [Note: Alaska has had 22 quakes in the last 24 hours.]
Event: September 12, 2011: 6.2 Magnitude; New Guinea (depth 21 miles)
Event: September 11, 2011: 6.0 Magnitude; Republic of Vanuatu (South Pacific) (depth 21 miles)
Event: September 9, 2011: 6.4 (revised from 6.7)  Magnitude; Vancouver Island, Canada (depth 14 miles) CBCNews article
Event: September 5, 2011: 5.9 Magnitude; Panama (South of)
(depth 6 miles)

Event: September 5, 2011: 6.3 Magnitude; Tonga (South Pacific)
(depth 16 miles)

Event: September 5, 2011: 6.6 Magnitude; Northern Sumatra, Indonesia
(depth 68 miles)
Event: September 4, 2011: 6.1 Magnitude; Republic of Vanuatu (South Pacific) (depth 36 miles)
Event: September 3, 2011: 6.2 Magnitude; South Sandwich Islands
(depth 65 miles)

Event: September 3, 2011: 7.0 Magnitude; Republic of Vanuatu (South Pacific) (depth 82 miles)
Event: September 2, 2011: 6.7 Magnitude; Santiago Del Estero, Argentina
(depth 368 miles)

Event: September 2, 2011: 6.8 (revised from 7.1) Magnitude; Aleutian Islands, Alaska  (depth 22 miles)
[NOTE: All dates as of Tucson, Arizona (Pacific Standard) at time of quake. Also, shallow depth typically indicates more potential damage  at surface.]

Major Volcanic Activity
Alaska's Cleveland Volcano EP Sept 21, 2011
Canary Islands El Hierro Volcano: EP Oct 7 2011
Costa Rica's Rincon de la Vieja Volcano MrC Oct 6 2011
Eritrea's Nabro Volcano IWO Sept 30 2011
Hawaii's Puu Oo EP Sept 22 2011
Iceland's Katla Volcano EP Oct 5 2011
Indonesia's Anak Krakatau Volcano IWO Oct 7 2011
Indonesia's Dukono Volcano EP Sept 8 2011
Indonesia's Mount Tambora AP Sept 19 2011
Japan's Sakurajima Volcano DSVideo Oct 6 2011  DS Volcanic Lightning Video Sept 18 2011
Kamchatka's Shiveluch Volcano EP Oct 4 2011  MrC Oct 6 2011
Philippines' Taal Volcano GMA Sept 23 2011
Sicily's Mount Etna Volcano Telegraph  Oct 7 2011  Wired Sept 30, 2011

April 26, 2009

Ring of Fire Unusually Active this April, 2009

     The incidents and frequency of large tremors and earthquakes in the middle of April may be cause for greater concern, but if it is, our government and the media haven't let on so far.
     Although not limited to the cases to be listed below, what follows are a list of reports gathered last week as I trolled through the world news articles, and began to suspect a trend and then started a deeper search which led to these discoveries tucked away on the deep, back pages of the internet news engines:


--March 26th 12:35am (5.8 earthquake) Northern Peru (along the western border of the Nazca Plate) resulting in Mudslides April 16th in Chamanachucho and Aricapampa burying 25 homes

--throughout April, Mt. Redoubt Volcano in Alaska active, since March 22
(western border of the North American Plate)

-- April 7th 9:13am (4.7
earthquake) Guatemala (on a western border of the Cocos Plate)

--April 7th 12:12pm (4.6
earthquake) Anchorage, Alaska (western border of the North American Plate)

--April 11th 4:22am (4.8
earthquake) Michoacan state, Mexico (on the northern
boundary of the Cococs Plate)

--April 14th 4:37am ( major earthquake, 3.9 aftershock) Yunnan Province, China (on the western edge of the Euroasian Plate) 16,000 people injured

--April 15th 4:23pm (5.0 earthquake) Amani-oshima Island, Japan (on the northwestern border of the Pacific Plate)

-- April 15th 3:01am (6.5
earthquake) North Sulaesi, West Papua and West Sumatra, Indonesia ( Indonesia pop. 230 million people plus animals) (along the top boundary of the Australian Plate)

-- April 15th 2:00 am (4.4 earthquakes) Central Mindanao, Philippines (along the southern border of the Phillippine Plate)

-- April 15th 8:45am (3.9 or less
earthquake) Sri Lanka (just beyond the northwest
corner of the Australian Plate)

--April 16th, La Cumbre Volcano lava flow, Fernandina of the Galapagos Islands off Ecuador (on the western border of the Nazca Plate) killing rare wildlife

April 16th 10:08pm (6.3 earthquake) Pacific Ocean 80km northwest of Iquique, Chile (o
n the western border of the Nazca Plate)

Italy quake 2

     Considering the Central Italy 6.3 earthquake on April 6th that has left
394 people dead and 50,000 injured or homeless

Italy quake 1

and the Nangarhar Province, Afghanistan 5.5 & 5.1 earthquakes on April 16th that

Afghanistan quake

left over 40 people dead and hundreds of homes destroyed, it is obvious that the Earth is in the midst of a period of high seismological upheaval.

     On all sides of the "Ring of Fire," citizens and scientists should be both concerned and ramping up preparations for the contingency of having to deal with a devastating earthquake.
     Here in the United States, Hawaii, Alaska, Washington, Oregon, and California need to take these series of seismological incidents very seriously, and our federal government needs to be prepared to help the states now for major earthquake preparedness. Risk management experts suggest that a 7.0 earthquake in the San Francisco area "could kill 4,500, injure 50,000, leave hundreds of thousands homeless."
    The Cascadia region of Oregon, Washington and British Columbia is along the edge of the Juan de Fuca Plate,

Juan De
                    Fuca Plate
Juan De Fuca Plate

which pushes under North America. The last large earthquake in that region was in 1700 of a 9.0 magnitude, equivalent to 30,000 6.0 earthquakes.
     Coastline cities around the Ring of Fire need to immediately step up preparedness efforts and public information efforts in order to minimize loss of life to humans and animals.

     Non-scientific warnings are also being directed to UFOHypotheses, and include:
1)  E-mail circulating Singapore warning of impending earthquake around July 22nd, the same day as a solar eclipse.
2)  Native-American warnings to stay away from the coastlines, especially those areas with nuclear reactors which will poison the water should they be damaged or submerged due to earthquake or tsunami. This is of special concern for Japanese residents in the Kashiwazaki-Kariwa area where the world's largest nuclear power plant has just been re-activated after being shut down two years ago following a 6.8 earthquake on July 16, 2007.
3) News articles by KING News in Seattle and The Economist which suggest earthquake preparedness is crucial.
4) Psychic who warns of a seismic disaster to occur in San Francisco this summer with a track record of high accuracy for thirty years of predictions.
5) Contactee information warning of a high probability of danger from the Juan De Fuca Plate, that would devastate Oregon and Washington states.
6) Yellowstone tremors are ganging together and more frequent.

     While there are no good solutions to such enormous dangers as these potentialities, if some of the people who live in the U.S. coastlines were to migrate and move toward the central states, two good effects could occur:
a) A potential smaller number of dead, injured and homeless due to an earthquake and/or tsunami.
b) Integration of coastline populations which are generally multi-racial and multi-cultural with the homogenous central United States population, which could bring a greater degree of integration to rural American areas, leading to improved social balance.

     My feeling is that we might as well look for the positive benefits of foresight, preparedness, and sensible action while we can act before such catastrophes.