REPOST: SurvivalRing Guide #1: Five Most Important Skills for New Preppers…Set Your Foundation First (plus bonus Bug-out section)

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“Hello…We’re the Preppers…” The “Prepper” movement has grown exponentially in the last few years, thanks to reality TV shows such as “Doomsday Preppers” (aka DDP), and all the knockoff shows and repeats on many other networks, as well as online TV show services like Hulu and NetFlix. Mainstream print and online media is following in […]

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Earthquake

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As an emergency manger for a New Madrid Seismic Zone State, as well as someone that grew up near the fault line, I take the threat of earthquake pretty seriously. What bothers me most about earthquakes is the lack of warning coupled with the possible distruction.  Short of moving, there really isn’t anything you can […]

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Preparing Your Home for an Earthquake

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Compared to other natural disasters like hurricanes and fires, earthquakes strike without warning anywhere in the world. There’s no telling when they’ll happen and most of the time, they bring extensive damage. Being prepared is always the smart move once you feel the earth shaking. Your own home itself can become a danger to you […]

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Alerts Heighten, Big News Day | S0 News Dec.16.2016

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Alerts Heighten, Big News Day | S0 News Dec.16.2016

Published on Dec 16, 2016

Filed under: Climate, Earthquakes, News/ Current Events, Science, Space Weather, Weather

Magnitude-7.8 earthquake rocks New Zealand

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By Renee Duff – AccuWeather

A magnitude-7.8 earthquake jolted New Zealand early Sunday morning, generating a tsunami along the South Island’s northeast coast.

The earthquake struck 58 miles (93 km) north-northeast of Christchurch, the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) reported.

The 7.8-magnitude earthquake hit near the coast and was a shallow quake with the epicenter occurring just 14.3 miles (23.0 km) below the earth’s surface, according to the USGS.

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CME Incoming, OK Quake, Italy Tornado | S0 News Nov.7.2016

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Published on Nov 7, 2016

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Most Recent Earthquakes World-Wide: Monday September 26, 2016

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Source: Volcano Discovery

Earthquake list: past 24 hours (only M>=2.6) (112 quakes)

Updated: Mon, 26 Sep 21:23 UTC (GMT)

Time Mag. / Depth Nearest volcano (distance) Location Map Source
Mon, 26 Sep (100 earthquakes)
Mon, 26 Sep 20:53 UTC M 3.3 / 52 km – [info] (306 km) COQUIMBO, CHILE
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Mon, 26 Sep 20:50 UTC M 2.8 / 48.4 km – [info] (351 km) 8 km al N de La Serena

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GUG (U. Chile)
Mon, 26 Sep 20:35 UTC M 2.8 / 44.4 km – [info] (53 km) New Zealand

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GEONET (NZ)
Mon, 26 Sep 20:15 UTC M 5.2 / 30 km – [info] (68 km) SOUTH OF FIJI ISLANDS
I FELT IT

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EMSC
Mon, 26 Sep 20:00 UTC M 2.8 / 37.8 km – [info] (172 km) New Zealand

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GEONET (NZ)
Mon, 26 Sep 19:41 UTC M 3.2 / 24 km – [info] (343 km) COQUIMBO, CHILE
I FELT IT

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EMSC
Mon, 26 Sep 19:39 UTC M 5.1 / 60 km – [info] (324 km) Solomon Islands
I FELT IT

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GeoAu
Mon, 26 Sep 19:04 UTC M 4.5 / 10 km – [info] (319 km) 4.5 NICOBAR ISLANDS, INDIA REGION
I FELT IT

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EMSC
Mon, 26 Sep 19:02 UTC M 3.9 / 52.6 km – [info] (97 km) SOUTHERN IWATE PREF
I FELT IT

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NIED
Mon, 26 Sep 18:52 UTC M 4.8 / 80 km – [info] unnamed (25 km) KURIL ISLANDS
I FELT IT

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EMSC
Mon, 26 Sep 18:46 UTC M 2.7 / 25.2 km – [info] (231 km) TOSA BAY REGION

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NIED
Mon, 26 Sep 18:40 UTC M 3.3 / 10 km – [info] (196 km) NORTHERN XINJIANG, CHINA
I FELT IT

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Most Recent Earthquakes World-Wide: Wednesday September 21, 2016

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Source: Volcano Discovery

Earthquake list: past 24 hours (only M>=2.5) (130 quakes)

Updated: Wed, 21 Sep 21:33 UTC (GMT)

Time Mag. / Depth Nearest volcano (distance) Location Map Source
Wed, 21 Sep (118 earthquakes)
Wed, 21 Sep 20:59 UTC M 4.2 / 88.3 km – [info] (357 km) 16 km al S de Vicuña
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GUG (U. Chile)
Wed, 21 Sep 20:56 UTC M 2.5 / 19.3 km – [info] (125 km) New Zealand

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GEONET (NZ)
Wed, 21 Sep 20:56 UTC M 3.5 / 9 km – [info] (489 km) WESTERN IRAN
I FELT IT

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Wed, 21 Sep 20:52 UTC M 3.5 / 24.7 km – [info] (136 km) New Zealand
I FELT IT

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GEONET (NZ)
Wed, 21 Sep 20:18 UTC M 3.0 / 32.2 km – [info] (98 km) New Zealand
I FELT IT

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GEONET (NZ)
Wed, 21 Sep 20:15 UTC M 2.9 / 34.1 km – [info] (103 km) New Zealand

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GEONET (NZ)
Wed, 21 Sep 19:44 UTC M 2.6 / 70.6 km – [info] (56 km) New Zealand

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GEONET (NZ)
Wed, 21 Sep 19:37 UTC M 2.6 / 188.8 km – [info] Ngauruhoe (28 km) New Zealand

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GEONET (NZ)
Wed, 21 Sep 19:31 UTC M 3.2 / 11.3 km – [info] (166 km) GURCISTAN ACIKLARI (KARADENIZ)
I FELT IT

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Wed, 21 Sep 19:27 UTC M 4.2 / 11.3 km – [info] (175 km) GURCISTAN ACIKLARI (KARADENIZ) REVISE01 (2016.09.21
I FELT IT

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KOERI-RETMC
Ambrolauri (Georgia) (183 km E from epicenter)(no details): I have felt this earthquake on the second floor,when I was sleeping, it was not strong but noticeable for me.(Racha, ambrolauri) (via EMSC)
Sochi (Russia) (168 km NW from epicenter)(no details): Сидела на диване, бпочувствовала слабые толчки. К счастью все быстро прекратилось. (via EMSC)
Sochi (Russia) (168 km NW from epicenter)(no details): Закачалась кравать (via EMSC)
Sochi (Russia) (168 km NW from epicenter)(no details): Обычное для этой местности и как всегда в ночное время суток. (via EMSC)
Bolshoy Sochi (Russia) (165 km NW from epicenter)(no details): В Сочи в 22:30 22.09.2016 (via EMSC)
Bolshoy Sochi (Russia) (165 km NW from epicenter)(no details): В Сочи в 22.30 (via EMSC)
Bolshoy Sochi (Russia) (165 km NW from epicenter)(no details): В Сочи в 22:30 21.09.2016. Предыдущий комментарий:ошибочно указана дата. (via EMSC)
Kutaisi (Georgia) (148 km E from epicenter)(no details): Толчок, который был ощутим, но не продолжался долго (via EMSC)
Batumi (Georgia) (102 km SE from epicenter)(no details): Покачало) (via EMSC)
Batumi (Georgia) (102 km SE from epicenter)(no details): იგრძნობოდა, თან საკმაოდ. (via EMSC)
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Wed, 21 Sep 19:19 UTC M 2.6 / 17.2 km – [info] (105 km) New Zealand

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GEONET (NZ)
Wed, 21 Sep 19:17 UTC M 3.3 / 41.6 km – [info] (92 km) New Zealand
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Most Recent Earthquakes World-Wide: Friday September 16, 2016

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Source: Volcano Discovery

Earthquake list: past 24 hours (only M>=2.5) (136 quakes)

Updated: Fri, 16 Sep 20:55 UTC (GMT)

Time Mag. / Depth Nearest volcano (distance) Location Map Source
Fri, 16 Sep (122 earthquakes)
Fri, 16 Sep 20:40 UTC M 2.6 / 18.3 km – [info] (167 km) SE OFF MIYAGI PREF

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NIED
Fri, 16 Sep 20:37 UTC M 2.8 / 27.6 km – [info] (200 km) FAR SE OFF BOSO PEN

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NIED
Fri, 16 Sep 20:25 UTC M 2.7 / 11.1 km – [info] (108 km) Macerata

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INGV
Fri, 16 Sep 19:50 UTC M 2.8 / 15 km – [info] (119 km) NEVADA

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Fri, 16 Sep 19:46 UTC M 4.3 / 10 km – [info] (198 km) – 189km WSW of Bella Bella, Canada
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Fri, 16 Sep 19:35 UTC M 2.5 / 153.5 km – [info] Ibusuku (26 km) SATSUMA PENINSULA REGION

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NIED
Fri, 16 Sep 19:33 UTC M 2.6 / 15.1 km – [info] (176 km) SE OFF MIYAGI PREF

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NIED
Fri, 16 Sep 19:11 UTC M 2.7 / 89.5 km – [info] (38 km) NEAR KUNASHIRI ISLAND

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NIED
Fri, 16 Sep 19:06 UTC M 2.6 / 94.6 km – [info] (31 km) 96 km al E de Tierra Amarilla

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GUG (U. Chile)
Fri, 16 Sep 19:04 UTC M 3.0 / 5.2 km – [info] (731 km) New Zealand
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GEONET (NZ)
Fri, 16 Sep 18:53 UTC M 2.7 / 67.1 km – [info] (124 km) 66 km al N de Quillagua

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GUG (U. Chile)
Fri, 16 Sep 18:50 UTC M 3.1 / 164.9 km – [info] (234 km) 96 km al O de San Juan.
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GUG (U. Chile)
Fri, 16 Sep 18:48 UTC M 2.6 / 3.2 km – [info] (53 km) PIRGARIP-(VAN)
I FELT IT

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KOERI-RETMC
Fri, 16 Sep 18:38 UTC M 5.5 / 10 km – [info] (1026 km) Southwest Indian Ridge
I FELT IT

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GFZ
Fri, 16 Sep 18:26 UTC M 3.0 / 60 km – [info] (1007 km) PORTUGAL
I FELT IT

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Most Recent Earthquakes World-Wide: Tuesday September 6, 2016

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Source: Volcano Discovery

Earthquake list: past 24 hours (only M>=2.5) (96 quakes)

Updated: Tue, 6 Sep 21:41 UTC (GMT)

Time Mag. / Depth Nearest volcano (distance) Location Map Source
Tue, 6 Sep (84 earthquakes)
Tue, 6 Sep 21:22 UTC M 4.7 / 39 km – [info] (0 km) GUAM REGION
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Tue, 6 Sep 21:07 UTC M 2.5 / 120.1 km – [info] (62 km) NEMURO REGION

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NIED
Tue, 6 Sep 21:01 UTC M 4.1 / 243 km – [info] (31 km) JUJUY, ARGENTINA
I FELT IT

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EMSC
Tue, 6 Sep 20:52 UTC M 3.2 / 9.5 km – [info] (110 km) Macerata
I FELT IT

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Teramo (Italy) (44 km SE from epicenter)(no details): Avvertito bene terzo piano (via EMSC)
Tue, 6 Sep 20:49 UTC M 3.0 / 22.3 km – [info] (122 km) SE OFF MIYAGI PREF
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NIED
Tue, 6 Sep 20:19 UTC M 2.8 / 11.9 km – [info] (41 km) SOUTHERN KUMAMOTO PREF

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NIED
Tue, 6 Sep 20:15 UTC M 3.5 / 5 km – [info] (380 km) WESTERN TEXAS
I FELT IT

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Tue, 6 Sep 19:51 UTC M 2.6 / 26.7 km – [info] (75 km) Nicaragua

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INETER
Tue, 6 Sep 19:46 UTC M 3.2 / 2.9 km – [info] Nipesotsu-Maruyama (8 km) TAISETSU MOUNTAINS REG
I FELT IT

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NIED
Tue, 6 Sep 19:39 UTC M 3.7 – [info] (654 km) SE M SILA.ARG
I FELT IT

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Tue, 6 Sep 19:33 UTC M 3.3 / 113 km – [info] (50 km) 44 km al SO de Mina Collahuasi
I FELT IT

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Most Recent Earthquakes World-Wide: Monday August 29, 2016

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Source: Volcano Discovery

Earthquake list: past 24 hours (only M>=2.5) (132 quakes)

Updated: Mon, 29 Aug 20:22 UTC (GMT)

Time Mag. / Depth Nearest volcano (distance) Location Map Source
Mon, 29 Aug (118 earthquakes)
Mon, 29 Aug 20:07 UTC M 4.0 / 603 km – [info] (84 km) Banda Sea
I FELT IT

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GFZ
Mon, 29 Aug 20:05 UTC M 3.8 / 83.4 km – [info] (43 km) MEDITERRANEAN SEA REVISE01 (2016.08.29
I FELT IT

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KOERI-RETMC
Mon, 29 Aug 20:00 UTC M 2.6 / 20 km – [info] (0 km) OFFSHORE O’HIGGINS, CHILE

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EMSC
Mon, 29 Aug 19:44 UTC M 3.5 / 9.9 km – [info] (39 km) AMAKUSA REGION
I FELT IT

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NIED
Mon, 29 Aug 19:36 UTC M 3.4 / 17 km – [info] (144 km) KODIAK ISLAND REGION, ALASKA
I FELT IT

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EMSC
Mon, 29 Aug 19:25 UTC M 3.6 / 68.5 km – [info] (114 km) CENTRAL CHIBA PREF
I FELT IT

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NIED
Mon, 29 Aug 19:22 UTC M 2.8 / 33.3 km – [info] (171 km) 8 km al N de El Tabo

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GUG (U. Chile)
Mon, 29 Aug 19:13 UTC M 3.1 / 9.9 km – [info] (39 km) AMAKUSA REGION
I FELT IT

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NIED
Mon, 29 Aug 19:04 UTC M 2.9 / 8.3 km – [info] (109 km) Macerata
I FELT IT

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INGV
Mon, 29 Aug 18:56 UTC M 2.9 / 45 km – [info] (331 km) COQUIMBO, CHILE

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EMSC
Mon, 29 Aug 18:44 UTC M 2.5 / 94.3 km – [info] Adatara (21 km) – Fukushima province, Japan MID FUKUSHIMA PREF

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NIED
Mon, 29 Aug 17:54 UTC M 2.9 / 8 km – [info] Aso (11 km) – central Kyushu, Japan NE KUMAMOTO PREF
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NIED
Mon, 29 Aug 17:53 UTC M 3.3 / 5 km – [info] (604 km) OKLAHOMA
I FELT IT

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Mon, 29 Aug 17:52 UTC M 3.3 / 8 km – [info] (109 km) CENTRAL ITALY
I FELT IT

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Survival Medicine Hour: Earthquakes, Epi-Pens, More

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The Epi-Pen

In this episode of the Survival Medicine Hour, Joe Alton, MD and Amy Alton, ARNP discuss some general thoughts on the nature of survival medicine that you might not have taken into account in making your preparedness plans. Also, Epi-Pens, indispensable products for anaphylactic shock, go beyond the financial wherewithal of most Americans. What’s going on, and is this something that we can accept? If so, kids are going to die from allergies of bee stings and other allergens. Also, the earthquake in Italy kills 300 and injures hundreds more. Could you survive an earthquake? What should be your plan of action in case of tremors?

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All this and more in the latest Survival Medicine Hour! To listen in, click here:

http://www.blogtalkradio.com/survivalmedicine/2016/08/27/survival-medicine-hour-earthquakes-epi-pens-more

 

Wishing you the best of health in good times and bad,

 

Joe Alton MD and Amy Alton ARNP

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Could You Survive An Earthquake?

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A 6.2 magnitude earthquake has struck central Italy, killing at least 250 and injuring hundreds more throughout the region.  More than 200 aftershocks have been recorded by seismologists since the major quake hit August 23, 2016 at 3:36 a.m. local time.

The area, part of the Apennine mountain range that forms the central “spine” of Italy, is no stranger to seismic activity, with deadly quakes most recently in 2009 and 2012. This time, the tremors occurred only 65 miles Northeast of Rome.

The United States, especially (but not exclusively) the West Coast, is also susceptible to natural disasters like earthquakes. The West Coast and some areas of the Midwest are located over what we call “fault lines”.  A fault is a fracture in a volume of base rock. Movement of the earth releases energy, which then causes major surface disruptions. This movement is sometimes called a “seismic wave”.

The strength of an earthquake has been historically measured using the Richter scale.  This measurement (from 0-10 or, theoretically, more) identifies the magnitude of tremors at a certain location.  Quakes less than 2.0 on the Richter scale are common occurrences unlikely to be noticed by the average person. Each increase of 1.0 magnitude, however, increases the strength by a factor of 10. The highest-intensity earthquake ever recorded was The Great Chilean Earthquake of 1960 (9.5 on the Richter scale).

Although most people are aware of the Richter Scale, a newer measurement, the Moment Magnitude scale, is thought to be more accurate for higher intensity quakes. The Moment Magnitude scale calculates each point of magnitude as releasing more than 30 times the energy of the previous one.

If the fault lines shift offshore, a “tsunami” or tidal wave may be generated.  In Fukushima, the earthquake (8.9 magnitude) spawned a large tsunami which caused major damage, loss of life, and meltdowns in local nuclear reactors. Tsunami warning were issued for both the Japanese and Ecuadorian earthquakes reported this week. 

AN EARTHQUAKE SURVIVAL PLAN

A major earthquake is especially dangerous due to its unpredictability. Although researchers are working to find ways to determine when a quake will hit, there is usually little warning. This fact makes having a plan before an earthquake hits a major factor in your chances of survival.

This plan of action has to be shared with each family member, even the children. Unless the earthquake happens in the dead of night, it’s unlikely you will all be in the house together. You might be at work and the kids at school, so making everyone aware of what to do will give you the best chance of gathering your family and surviving the earthquake together.

To be prepared, you’ll need, at the very least, the following supplies:

  • Food and water
  • Power sources
  • Alternative shelters
  • Medical supplies
  • Clothing appropriate to the weather
  • Fire extinguishers
  • Means of communication
  • Money (don’t count on credit or debit cards if the power’s down)
  • An adjustable wrench to turn off gas or water
  • Copies of important documents, including insurance policies

In areas at risk for earthquakes, the school system and municipal authorities usually have formulated a disaster plan. They may even have designated a quake-proof shelter. If possible, this may be the best place to go. Make certain to inquire about your town’s precautions in case of a seismic event.

Besides the general supplies listed above, it would be wise to put together a separate “get-home” bag to keep at work or in the car.  Some food, liquids, and a pair of sturdy, comfortable shoes are useful items to have in this kit.

Home Earthquake Safety

In the home, it’s important to know where your gas, electric, and water main shutoffs are.  Make sure that everyone of age knows how to turn them off if there is a leak or electrical short.  Know where the nearest medical facility is, but be aware that you may be on your own; medical responders are going to be overwhelmed and may not get to you quickly.

Look around your house for fixtures like chandeliers and bookcases that might not be stable enough to withstand an earthquake. Placing heavier objects on bottom shelves will make cabinets more stable.

Flat screen TVs, especially large ones, could easily topple.  Be sure to check out kitchen and pantry shelves, and the stability of anything hanging over the headboard of your bed.

When The Earthquake Hits

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What should you do when the tremors start?  If you’re indoors, get under a table, desk, or something else solid and hold on. This strategy is called “Drop, Cover, Hold”. Dropping to your knees will prevent a fall from causing injuries. Cover may protect you from falling objects. Hold on tight. If cover isn’t available, stand against the corner of an inside wall.

While the building is shaking, don’t try to run out, especially if you’re on an upper floor; you could easily fall down stairs or get hit by falling debris.  Don’t try to use elevators. You should stay clear of windows, shelves, and kitchen areas.

It’s often taught that you should stand in the doorway because of the frame’s sturdiness. It turns out, however, that in modern homes, doorways aren’t much more solid than any other part of the structure. Even if sturdy, you could still get hit by falling objects.

Once the initial tremors are over, go outside.  Once there, stay as far out in the open as possible, away from power lines, chimneys, and anything else that could fall on top of you.

You could, possibly, be in your automobile when the earthquake hits.  Get out of traffic as quickly as possible; other drivers are likely to be less level-headed than you are. Don’t stop your car under bridges, trees, overpasses, power lines, or light posts. They’re likely to topple in a major quake. Stay in your vehicle while the tremors are active.

After The Earthquake

Even after the tremors stop, there are still dangers. One issue to be concerned about is gas leaks; make sure you don’t use your camp stoves, lighters, or even matches until you’re certain all is clear.  Even a match could ignite a spark that could lead to an explosion.  If you turned the gas off, you might consider letting the utility company turn it back on.

Buildings that have structural damage may be unstable or have loose concrete which could rain down on the unsuspecting. Falling stone from damaged buildings killed rescuers in the Oklahoma City bombing and the World Trade Towers collapse.

Don’t count on telephone service after a natural disaster.  Telephone companies only have enough lines to deal with 20% of total call volume at any one time.  It’s likely all lines will be occupied.  Interestingly, this doesn’t seem to apply to texts; you’ll have a better to chance to communicate by texting than by voice due to the wavelength used.

That cell phone will come in handy if you’re trapped under rubble after an earthquake. Even if voice calls won’t work, texts might. Text to loved ones, social media, anyone that can let people know you’re trapped. If you live in quake country, you might consider a whistle on your keychain. It’ll last longer than your voice will as a signal for help. Don’t give up; people can live several days without water, and much longer without food. With any luck, rescuers will find you.

Joe Alton, MD

 

Most Recent Earthquakes World-Wide: Monday August 22, 2016

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Source: Volcano Discovery

Earthquake list: past 24 hours (only M>=2.5) (114 quakes)

Updated: Mon, 22 Aug 21:17 UTC (GMT)

Time Mag. / Depth Nearest volcano (distance) Location Map Source
Mon, 22 Aug (101 earthquakes)
Mon, 22 Aug 20:35 UTC M 2.6 / 5 km – [info] (603 km) OKLAHOMA
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Mon, 22 Aug 20:27 UTC M 3.7 / 6.1 km – [info] Taupo (2 km) – New Zealand New Zealand
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GEONET (NZ)
Mon, 22 Aug 20:01 UTC M 4.6 / 169 km – [info] (55 km) Banda Sea
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GFZ
Mon, 22 Aug 19:58 UTC M 2.9 / 6.4 km – [info] (726 km) New Zealand
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GEONET (NZ)
Mon, 22 Aug 19:51 UTC M 3.4 / 104 km – [info] (85 km) COLOMBIA
I FELT IT

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EMSC
Mon, 22 Aug 19:33 UTC M 3.0 / 11.7 km – [info] (226 km) 74 Km SSW from Ierapetra
I FELT IT

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Mon, 22 Aug 19:23 UTC M 2.6 / 116.8 km – [info] (38 km) 50 km al NE de Calama

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GUG (U. Chile)
Mon, 22 Aug 19:12 UTC M 3.0 / 38 km – [info] (347 km) COQUIMBO, CHILE
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EMSC
Mon, 22 Aug 19:11 UTC M 2.5 / 70.9 km – [info] (129 km) FAR SE OFF BOSO PEN

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Mon, 22 Aug 19:05 UTC M 2.6 / 1 km – [info] (1139 km) Offshore E of Bowen, QLD
I FELT IT

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Mon, 22 Aug 18:47 UTC M 2.6 / 38 km – [info] (60 km) New Zealand

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GEONET (NZ)
Mon, 22 Aug 18:22 UTC M 3.6 / 149 km – [info] (234 km) NORTHERN COLOMBIA
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EMSC
Mon, 22 Aug 18:00 UTC M 2.8 / 101.8 km – [info] (55 km) 29 km al NE de Calama

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GUG (U. Chile)
Mon, 22 Aug 17:42 UTC M 3.1 / 5 km – [info] (57 km) AZORES ISLANDS, PORTUGAL
I FELT IT

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Solar Wind Impact Watch | S0 News Aug.15.2016

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Most Recent Earthquakes World-Wide: Monday August 15, 2016

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Source: Volcano Discovery

Earthquake list: past 24 hours (only M>=2.5) (107 quakes)

Updated: Mon, 15 Aug 21:20 UTC (GMT)

Time Mag. / Depth Nearest volcano (distance) Location Map Source
Mon, 15 Aug (101 earthquakes)
Mon, 15 Aug 21:12 UTC M 4.2 / 134.7 km – [info] (0 km) SOUTHERN AKITA PREF
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NIED
Mon, 15 Aug 21:02 UTC M 3.5 / 9 km – [info] (86 km) SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
I FELT IT

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Palm Springs (United States) (25 km SE from epicenter)(no details): Just rolled through, two seconds at most. (via EMSC)
Mon, 15 Aug 20:59 UTC M 3.5 / 60 km – [info] (35 km) NEAR TOKARA ISLANDS
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NIED
Mon, 15 Aug 20:33 UTC M 3.5 / 6 km – [info] (98 km) 006 km N 48? W of Sinait (Ilocos Sur)
I FELT IT

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PHILVOLCS
Mon, 15 Aug 20:22 UTC M 2.8 / 34.1 km – [info] (131 km) E OFF FUKUSHIMA PREF

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NIED
Mon, 15 Aug 19:54 UTC M 2.5 / 14 km – [info] (87 km) NORTHERN CALIFORNIA

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Mon, 15 Aug 19:43 UTC M 3.5 / 35.1 km – [info] (59 km) 150 km al SO de Puerto Natales
I FELT IT

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GUG (U. Chile)
Mon, 15 Aug 19:23 UTC M 2.9 / 216.3 km – [info] Kita Yatsuga-take (16 km) EASTERN NAGANO PREF

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NIED
Mon, 15 Aug 19:21 UTC M 4.3 / 90 km – [info] (158 km) KOMANDORSKIYE OSTROVA REGION
I FELT IT

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Mon, 15 Aug 19:06 UTC M 2.7 / 55.8 km – [info] (66 km) SW IBARAKI PREF

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NIED
Mon, 15 Aug 18:44 UTC M 3.2 / 7.5 km – [info] (38 km) NW KUMAMOTO PREF
I FELT IT

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NIED
Ark Hotel Kumamoto / MMI IV (Light shaking) (via app)
Mon, 15 Aug 18:24 UTC M 3.3 / 8.8 km – [info] (71 km) EASTERN FUKUSHIMA PREF
I FELT IT

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NIED
Mon, 15 Aug 18:20 UTC M 3.6 / 8 km – [info] Sabancaya (22 km) Peru
I FELT IT

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IGP

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Sun/Earth Report, Love’s ‘Response’ | S0 News Aug.8.2016

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Most Recent Earthquakes World-Wide: Monday August 8, 2016

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Source: Volcano Discovery

Earthquake list: past 24 hours (only M>=2.5) (127 quakes)

Updated: Mon, 8 Aug 19:48 UTC (GMT)

Time Mag. / Depth Nearest volcano (distance) Location Map Source
Mon, 8 Aug (111 earthquakes)
Mon, 8 Aug 19:28 UTC M 2.7 / 57 km – [info] (331 km) New Zealand

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GEONET (NZ)
Mon, 8 Aug 19:10 UTC M 2.9 / 74.5 km – [info] (54 km) KUSHIRO REGION

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NIED
Mon, 8 Aug 19:03 UTC M 5.1 / 10 km – [info] (270 km) Near Coast of Peru
I FELT IT

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GFZ
san isidro lima / MMI III (Weak shaking)
/ MMI II (Very weak shaking) (via app)
/ MMI V (Moderate shaking) (via app)
Mon, 8 Aug 18:43 UTC M 2.9 / 144 km – [info] (142 km) COLOMBIA

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EMSC
Mon, 8 Aug 18:40 UTC M 2.8 / 31.1 km – [info] (119 km) HAMANAKO LAKE REGION

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NIED
Mon, 8 Aug 18:30 UTC M 2.8 / 14.5 km – [info] (57 km) NEAR AMAMI-OSHIMA ISLAND

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NIED
Mon, 8 Aug 18:24 UTC M 2.5 / 17 km – [info] (59 km) 008 km N 29? W of Del Carmen (Surigao del Norte)

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PHILVOLCS
Mon, 8 Aug 18:20 UTC M 2.8 / 15.8 km – [info] (30 km) YAMAGUCHI PREF

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NIED
Mon, 8 Aug 18:11 UTC M 4.9 / 240 km – [info] Pagan (21 km) – Mariana Islands Mariana Islands
I FELT IT

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GFZ
Mon, 8 Aug 18:04 UTC M 3.2 / 133.7 km – [info] (34 km) NEAR TOKARA ISLANDS
I FELT IT

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NIED
Mon, 8 Aug 17:37 UTC M 3.1 / 9.5 km – [info] (64 km) EASTERN FUKUSHIMA PREF
I FELT IT

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NIED

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San Andreas Fault is Ready to Blow, Says Expert

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San Andreas fault

By Natural News Editors – Natural News

(NaturalNews) A leading earthquake scientist has said that the San Andreas fault in Southern California is ready to blow any day now. According to Thomas Jordan, director of the Southern California Earthquake Center, the San Andreas fault is “locked, loaded and ready to roll”.

(Article by Sean Adl-Tabatabai, republished YourNewsWire.com.)

Latimes.com reports:

“The springs on the San Andreas system have been wound very, very tight. And the southern San Andreas fault, in particular, looks like it’s locked, loaded and ready to go,” Jordan said in the opening keynote talk.

Learn more: http://www.naturalnews.com/054812_San_Andreas_fault_California_Earthquake.html#ixzz4G142LlGg

Continue reading at Natural News: San Andreas Fault is Ready to Blow, Says Expert

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Magnetic Storm Watch, Earthquake Challenge | S0 News Jul.31.2016

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Published on Jul 31, 2016

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Cascadia Book Review

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“If you live in the Pacific Northwest, get ready to run for your life . . . In the face of a massive earthquake and tsunami in the Pacific Northwest, a respected geologist must make two gut-wrenching decisions. One could cost him his reputation, the other, his life.  Is the Northwest overdue for a huge quake and tsunami, or will the region remain safe for hundreds of years yet to come? No one knows… or does someone?” ~ Cascadia

Cascadia, a new fictional book released this year, is a story about a Dr. Rob Elwood, a geologist whose specialty is earthquakes and tsunamis. He is having nightmares of “The big one” that are way too real to disregard. 

Rob’s drama becomes intertwined with others–a retired fighter pilot trying to make amends to a woman he jilted decades ago and a retiree searching for legendary buried treasure in the rugged mountains of Oregon. He also meets a mysterious woman that appears out of no where all throughout the book.

I personally enjoyed Buzz Bernards book very much. I would give it a 4 out 5 stars when it comes to fictional survival books. The book is relatively short at 226 pages, but very active once the characters are tied together. Description is one of his strong points and he really makes you feel as if you were part of the action and on a personal level with the characters.

It is obvious that Mr. Bernard puts time and effort into his research and facts all throughout the book. Throughout the book he talks about Native American folk lore and how the ancient stories passed down generation after generation help him in putting the pieces together.

While this book is fiction, it brings to light the real dangers the Pacific Northwest has to face in the future. We don’t know when but we know it is overdue. Preparing for natural disasters is very important to survival and this book lets you know just how disastrous it will be when Cascadia roars its ugly head.

 

Authors Bio: H. W. “Buzz” Bernard, a native Oregonian born in Eugene and raised in Portland, is a best-selling, award-winning novelist. His debut novel, Eyewall, which one reviewer called a “perfect summer beach read,” was released in May 2011 and went on to become a number-one best seller in Amazon’s Kindle Store. Before becoming a novelist, Buzz worked at The Weather Channel in Atlanta, Georgia, as a senior meteorologist for thirteen years. Prior to that, he served as a weather officer in the U.S. Air Force for over three decades. He attained the rank of colonel and his “airborne” experiences include a mission with the Air Force Reserve Hurricane Hunters, air drops over the Arctic Ocean and Turkey, and a stint as a weather officer aboard a Tactical Air Command airborne command post (C-135).

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Natural Disasters; Are you Ready?

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When natural disasters comes to your town, what do you do? Most people aren’t prepared. And, because of that, they’ll suffer catastrophic losses and be totally blindsided by the fact that they don’t have electricity, clean water, and probably food. Here’s how you can prepare yourself so you’re not caught out in the unprepared.

 

Planning For Any Disaster

You’ll see common preparedness tips for every type of natural disaster, which is why a disaster preparedness plan makes sense. Most natural disasters will knock out, or limit access to, essential services. Services like police, fire, and rescue, but also services like food, water, and shelter.

You should be familiar with a disaster before it strikes. Because once it does strike, the only thing you can do is “press play” and carry out whatever plan you have in place. For most people, a basic survival plan includes a “bug out bag” or a “bug in bag,” which includes basic safety supplies, 3 ways to make a fire (including waterproof matches), waterproof clothing, a rain slicker, some food (freeze-dried or canned with a can opener), and a first-aid kit.

You will also want some basic tools like a hatchet, pick, walkie-talkies, and multi-tool. You need enough materials so you could survive for at least 72 hours alone, if you had to. If you want extra protection, give yourself a week’s worth of supplies and stock 2 of everything.

 

Preparing For An Earthquake

This is one of the hardest things to do, because of the nature of the disaster. If you live in an area prone to earthquakes, you already know. If you’re not sure, use the Global Seismic Hazard Assessment Program and the U.S. Geological Survey to map out where the high risk areas are. The USGS also uses a live map so you can see up-to-the minute activity.

There’s nothing you can do to avoid a quake, but you can give your home an earthquake checkup. Check for disasters, fasten shelves to the wall studs, and store anything breakable in a safe place. Store poisons in cabinets that latch shut. Put heavy objects on low shelves and secure heavy furniture. Practice earthquake drills with your family.

The most important thing you can do is get underneath something sturdy and find an open space. Most deaths caused by earthquakes come from flying debris and falling objects. Collapsing structures and walls are also dangerous. Your first priority is to minimize personal injury. Finally, avoid damaged or falling structures.

 

Preparing For Hurricanes

Like tornadoes, hurricanes produce very severe and fast winds that are damaging to people, buildings, vehicles, and the natural environment. The benefit is we often see them coming from many miles away and have technologies to detect them easily.

Hurricanes bring on flooding, fires, and other secondary disasters. They also bring on sustained winds and rain. Board up the windows and doors with plywood, install storm shutters, and secure your roof and siding. Bring in outdoor furniture.

Check the Federal Emergency Management Agency’s flood map database. If you have to evacuate, shut off your utilities, including the main power switch. Check with the local authorities about a main evacuation route, and practice it with your family.

Hunker down and evacuate when ordered to do so. Even weak hurricanes can kill. And when it’s all done, flooding cleanup may not be completed for days, meaning you’re stranded in a flooded area.

So, it’s usually best to evacuate, since rescue may not be able to get to you in time, and you won’t have anywhere to escape to.

 

Planning For A Tornado

A tornado can come on fast and be quite unpredictable. Tornados don’t just happen in the Midwest either. They can happen in the south, north, and west — basically anywhere in the U.S.

Anywhere a thunderstorm can form, a tornado can too. The amount of concentrates damage they cause is astonishing. Like most storms, the best way to handle one is get out of the way.

You can’t really prepare your home for a tornado, since they’re so damaging. Some homes are built to withstand tornado winds, and are protected by special shutters and siding, but even then there are no guarantees that the tornado wouldn’t destroy everything.

Tornadoes are accompanied by strong winds and storms. The wind might pick up for a while and then suddenly die down. Watch the sky. It will get dark and suddenly, you might hear a loud rushing sound, like a roar. Be on the lookout for clouds that rotate in a circular pattern. They strike quickly, and the trademark funnel cloud is a good sign but may not appear until debris is already picked up.

Listen to NOAA emergency Weather Radio, because severe storms will be reported here first. Listen for emergency broadcasts if conditions look right for a tornado. If one strikes, stay low and get to a place in the basement. Ideally, you will be on the lowest level of your home. If you’re in a highrise, try to get down to the lowest level quickly.

But, stay away from windows and outside walls. If you’re in a vehicle, this might seem scary but get out of it. Vehicles can be picked up and flung very easily by tornadoes. Get out and lay face down in a ditch or a very low area. Stay away from bridges and underpasses as the wind can be very harsh under them.

 

Charlie Lucas lives in a flood zone and has seen his beloved home, and possessions, destroyed by flood waters once already – He takes every measure he can so it doesn’t happen again and warns others too.

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Space Weather, Storms, Forecast | S0 News Jul.24.2016

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Published on Jul 24, 2016

Filed under: Earthquakes, News/ Current Events, Space Weather, Volcanic Activity, Weather

Magnetic Storm Watch, 104 New Planets | S0 News Jul.19.2016

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Most Recent Earthquakes World-Wide: Tuesday July 19, 2016

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Source: Volcano Discovery

Earthquake list: past 24 hours (only M>=2.5) (109 quakes)

Updated: Tue, 19 Jul 21:47 UTC (GMT)

Time Mag. / Depth Nearest volcano (distance) Location Map Source
Tue, 19 Jul (102 earthquakes)
Tue, 19 Jul 21:38 UTC M 4.2 / 6 km – [info] (229 km) CENTRAL CALIFORNIA
I FELT IT

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EMSC
Tue, 19 Jul 20:35 UTC M 4.5 / 106 km – [info] (294 km) HINDU KUSH REGION, AFGHANISTAN
I FELT IT

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EMSC
Tue, 19 Jul 20:31 UTC M 3.7 / 377.3 km – [info] (221 km) SE OFF KII PENINSULA
I FELT IT

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NIED
Tue, 19 Jul 20:27 UTC M 2.5 / 11 km – [info] (35 km) NEAR HACHIJOJIMA ISLAND

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NIED
Tue, 19 Jul 20:05 UTC M 4.2 / 67.5 km – [info] (359 km) FAR E OFF NORTH HONSHU
I FELT IT

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NIED
Tue, 19 Jul 20:02 UTC M 3.0 / 95 km – [info] (62 km) 33 km al N de Calama
I FELT IT

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GUG (U. Chile)
Tue, 19 Jul 20:01 UTC M 4.8 / 10 km – [info] (328 km) OAXACA, MEXICO
I FELT IT

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EMSC
Puerto Escondido / MMI IV (Light shaking) (via app)
Tue, 19 Jul 19:38 UTC M 4.6 / 63.8 km – [info] (316 km) FAR E OFF NORTH HONSHU
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NIED
Tue, 19 Jul 19:37 UTC M 2.7 / 11.4 km – [info] (30 km) Nicaragua

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INETER
Tue, 19 Jul 19:33 UTC M 2.8 / 151 km – [info] (236 km) NORTHERN COLOMBIA

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EMSC
Tue, 19 Jul 19:26 UTC M 2.9 / 44.7 km – [info] (110 km) E OFF FUKUSHIMA PREF

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NIED
Tue, 19 Jul 19:12 UTC M 3.1 / 143 km – [info] (235 km) NORTHERN COLOMBIA
I FELT IT

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EMSC
Tue, 19 Jul 19:10 UTC M 2.7 / 1.9 km – [info] (34 km) – 124km NE of Chignik Lake, Alaska
I FELT IT

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USGS
Tue, 19 Jul 18:57 UTC M 4.0 / 10 km – [info] (86 km) 4.0 DOMINICA REGION, LEEWARD ISLANDS
I FELT IT

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EMSC

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How California Still Isn’t Prepared for the Next Big Earthquake

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earthquakeCalifornia is well-known for its diversity. The state is home to every race, culture, religion, or ideology that you could possibly think of. But if there’s one thing that all of these millions of people have in common, it’s that they are all well aware of the dangers lurking underneath the state. Everyone knows that someday, the “big one” is coming, and it’s going to bring California to its knees.

And not only is everyone in California well aware that the state is overdue for some major seismic activity, but everyone has known this for decades. It’s a very basic fact of life that is even taught to Californian kids when they’re in school. It’s not just something that Californians hear about on the news from time to time, it’s a story they tell to each other over and over again. The impending threat of the next big earthquake is ingrained in California’s culture.

Everyone knows what’s coming.

And yet, somehow, California isn’t equipped to deal with this disaster. Despite having a wealthy economy that rivals most first world nations, and despite having decades of advanced warning, California has still failed to prepare for the next major earthquake in several critical ways.

According to a recent report put together by several prominent business and policy leaders, California’s aging infrastructure is going to result in widespread destruction that would have been preventable with basic safety features. Most notably:

One of the biggest vulnerabilities, the report states, relates to the Cajon Pass, a narrow mountain pass where the mighty San Andreas Fault intersects with key lifelines, including freeways, railway lines, gas and petroleum pipelines as well as electric lines.

A major on the San Andreas, one of California’s most dangerous faults, would cut most lifelines in and out of southern California, preventing critical aid from reaching some 20 million people and hampering recovery efforts, experts say.

The quake would also rupture flammable pipelines, triggering explosions and fires that could burn out of control.

“Anything that comes into southern California has to cross the San Andreas Fault to get to us—gas, electricity, water, freeways, railways,” said seismologist Lucy Jones, who acted as advisor for the Southern California Disaster Risk Reduction Initiative committee, which issued the report.

And on top of that, California’s building codes are not robust enough to handle a major earthquake. Most of the state’s structures are sturdy enough to prevent the deaths of their inhabitants, but that’s about it. In the hardest hit areas they’ll still be destroyed. Unfortunately, most of California’s homes and buildings haven’t been reinforced sufficiently to handle a major quake, which would cost a fraction of what it would take to rebuild them.

So brace yourselves for the “big one” even if you don’t live in California. It’s going to kill thousands of people within the state, and cause hundreds of billions of dollars in damages, which will surely have an effect on the rest of America’s economy and food supply. California’s lack of foresight and action in the face of a well-known threat is going to hurt everyone.

Joshua Krause was born and raised in the Bay Area. He is a writer and researcher focused on principles of self-sufficiency and liberty at Ready Nutrition. You can follow Joshua’s work at our Facebook page or on his personal Twitter.

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“This Is The Disaster Everyone Will Wish They Prepared For”: SoCal Megaquake Threatens 20 Million

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By Mac Slavo – SHTFplan.com

Experts in business and policy have conducted a survey of the potential damage that could be expected after what scientists now say is an inevitable mega-earthquake along the San Andreas fault. It exposed many deep flaws in the system, and forecast a disaster of epic proportions for of Southern California.

Because the pressure has been building for over a century, and simply must be released, the earthquake is not just a potential event, but a liability that is sure strike sooner or later, and models show that the magnitude could easily approach 8.0.

It could easily become every prepper’s worst nightmare – an event big enough to test the shaky resolve of the entire population as they face being cut off from food, water and electricity; even a modestly large earthquake could disrupt pipelines and power lines for water supply, sewage, natural gas and more for several weeks or even months… and it would only take a matter of hours and days for riots and looting to begin.

According to Phys.org, this is the disaster everyone is going to wish they prepared for:

But when the Big One hits, a recent report says, the western state is ill-prepared and local officials as well as major businesses need to face that reality to “prevent the inevitable disaster from becoming a catastrophe.”

Drafted by a group of business and policy leaders, the report identifies several key areas that need to be addressed before a quake as strong as a magnitude 8 happens, notably aging infrastructure, water supplies and the risk of catastrophic fires… including freeways, railway lines, gas and petroleum pipelines as well as electric lines.

A major earthquake on the San Andreas, one of California’s most dangerous faults, would cut most lifelines in and out of southern California, preventing critical aid from reaching some 20 million people and hampering recovery efforts, experts say.

[…]

“It is inevitable that we will have a big earthquake because that pressure needs to be released,” said Robert Graves, a seismologist with the USGS.

For society to come unglued at the seams and spill over into pure chaos is hardly impossible in the sprawling, superficial and highly unstable cultural combustion engine that is Los Angeles, where gangs and clashing ethnic groups will be pitted against a shallow and ill-prepared general public with no grip on reality.

Just imagine how that will play out when 10-20 million people are deprived of water sources, fuel and food:

Computer simulations by the US Geological Survey (USGS) suggest that a magnitude 7.8 quake on the southern end of the San Andreas fault would cause shaking for some two minutes, killing at least 1,800 people, injuring 53,000 and causing $213 billion in damage.

“Most of the water that we get has to cross the fault to reach us but when the earthquake happens, all of the aqueducts will be broken at the same time,” Jones, known as California’s “earthquake lady,” told AFP.

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Installing automatic shutoff valves on natural gas and petroleum gas pipelines that run near the San Andreas Fault could also help prevent major fires [because otherwise they would be widespread; either way the source of fuel and heat will be cut off].

As for maintaining communication with the outside world once the Big One strikes and disrupts energy grids, Jones said solar power could be one answer.

There are many ways to prepare for what is coming to Southern California, and may well occur in other key parts of the country.

Experts admit that services could be disrupted for several months, so serious preppers living in earthquake zones should be certain that there is a minimum 2-3 month food supply for everyone in the home, as well as 30-60 days of water, along with other typical supplies.

Tess Pennington put out a comprehensive guide to prepping for a major earthquake, including common sense tips about avoiding placing heavy objects on shelves and high places that could collapse in your home during a seismic event, as well as information about evacuation, route planning, and of course, prepping an emergency supply of food, water, medicine, supplies and backup sources of fuel and electric power:

After an Earthquake

The danger isn’t over when the shaking stops. There are many hazards that still exist. You must quickly survey the safety of your environment.

  • Look for electrical hazards like downed lines.
  • Turn off the gas and water to your home.
  • Do not use matches, lighters, camp stoves or barbecues, electrical equipment, appliances until you are sure there are no gas leaks. They may create a spark that could ignite.
  • DO NOT turn on the gas again if you turned it off; let the gas company do it.
  • Repair any defective electrical wiring or leaking gas connections before using those systems again.
  • If there are damages done to the ceiling or foundation, get an expert opinion about any structural defects.
  • Have well water tested before consuming it.

Emergency Evacuation

In some events, you’ll have to leave your home due to damage caused by the earthquake.

If you have to evacuate, having a 72 hour kit or bug out bag ready to go will expedite the process of leaving.  Your bag should contain all items necessary to survive for 3 days.  When preparing a bag keep the main survival points is mind (water, food, shelter, clothing).  Having a separate bug out bag for the vehicle will also come in handy in the event that you are caught on the road during a sudden emergency.

When the big one hits, it is tragic but predictable that many people’s lives will be at risk, and property damage could skyrocket. If the response is not adequate to deal with the risk, millions could be cut off from their lifelines in society.

Don’t be one of them. Anyone living near a major fault zone will wish they had prepared for this. Surely you have already begun…

This article first appeared at SHTFplan.com: “This Is The Disaster Everyone Will Wish They Prepared For”: SoCal Megaquake Threatens 20 Million

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Preparing for the Unpredictable: Megaquake, Tsunami May Forever Alter the Pacific Northwest

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In 2011, an earthquake generated a devastating tsunami that was observed across the Pacific and caused tremendous local devastation in Japan. (Photo/Shunichi Koshimura)

By Michael Kuhne – AccuWeather

Stretching more than 600 miles (965 km) along the coastline from Vancouver Island down to California’s Cape Mendocino lies a sleeping, tectonic giant capable of causing massive devastation and drastically changing the face of the Pacific Northwest.

The Cascadia subduction zone rests beneath the waves approximately 62 miles (100 km) offshore where the oceanic Juan de Fuca Plate converges and slides under, or subducts beneath, the western edge of the North American continent.

The same fierce geologic forces which gave rise to the Cascade Range and cemented the region’s place in the Ring of Fire have also been responsible for massive earthquakes, volcanism and catastrophic tsunami events in the past.

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Water And Electricity ‘Could Be Off For Weeks,’ New Disaster Report Admits

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Water And Electricity ‘Could Be Off For Weeks,’ New Disaster Report Admits

Governments, business, residents and communities in southern California are largely unprepared for a major earthquake that can occur any day, according to the authors of a major study on disaster risk prepared by the University of Southern California (USC).

“Water and power delivery systems could be off for weeks, housing for tens of thousands could be damaged and specific aspects of our infrastructure could be disrupted or rendered unusable,” states the report, Strengthening SoCal: Southern California Disaster Risk Initiative, prepared by experts at USC’s Bedrosian Center for Public Policy Research.

Although the report specifically involves southern California, it nevertheless gives an indication of how long services might be out for the rest of the country after a major disaster, especially a big earthquake.

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The study, released on June 22, draws some frightening conclusions, including:

  • Many of the water lines in Southern California will burst during an earthquake, leaving residents dependent on bottled water for weeks or months.
  • Natural gas pipelines would rupture, creating massive fires that could destroy large areas of cities. Since there would be no water, there might be no way to put out those fires.
  • Many of the natural gas pipelines in Southern California lack shut-off valves, making it difficult to turn gas off after an earthquake. Broken natural gas pipelines might fuel massive wildfires.
  • Many businesses lack the equipment needed to keep running for days after a disaster — such as generators and backup power systems. This includes hardware stores, which are essential to rebuilding.
  • Many local governments are as unprepared as businesses. That means police, firefighters and ambulances might not be available.
  • Large numbers of people would be injured or killed because many building codes do not require earthquake-proof structures. That means many homes, offices and business will collapse.
Water And Electricity ‘Could Be Off For Weeks,’ New Disaster Report Admits

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The study’s authors fear that critical industries would simply pull out of California completely rather than rebuild, and would take thousands of jobs with them.

San Andreas Could Be Close to The Big One

Geophysicists think that California’s most dangerous fault, the San Andreas, might be close to giving way, The Los Angeles Times reported.

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New computer imaging technology has detected rising and sinking on the fault that could indicate a big quake is imminent. Areas of the fault in Los Angeles, Orange, San Diego and Bakersfield counties are rising at a rate of about 1/10th of an inch a year. Other parts of the fault in Santa Barbara, San Luis Obispo and San Bernardino counties are sinking at the same rate.

“Once there is a major event, all of that energy gets released,” geophysicist Sam Howell told The Times.

There has not been a major quake on the southern San Andreas fault since 1857. A major quake takes place, on average, every 150 years, Howell said. Other parts of the fault haven’t seen a major quake in 300 years.

Despite that, experts still cannot predict when the next big one will hit.

“It’s pretty much impossible to say when the next one will happen,” Howell said.

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Most Recent Earthquakes World-Wide: Monday June 20, 2016

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Source: Volcano Discovery

Earthquake list: past 24 hours (only M>=2.5) (130 quakes)

Updated: Mon, 20 Jun 14:27 UTC (GMT)

Time Mag. / Depth Nearest volcano (distance) Location Map Source
Mon, 20 Jun (71 earthquakes)
Mon, 20 Jun 14:04 UTC M 3.3 / 146 km – [info] (234 km) NORTHERN COLOMBIA
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EMSC
Mon, 20 Jun 13:54 UTC M 2.6 / 124.1 km – [info] Olca-Paruma (13 km) 28 km al NO de Ollagüe

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GUG (U. Chile)
Mon, 20 Jun 13:41 UTC M 5.0 / 111 km – [info] (67 km) Vanuatu Islands
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GFZ
Mon, 20 Jun 13:20 UTC M 4.5 / 1 km – [info] (636 km) SOUTHWESTERN SIBERIA, RUSSIA
I FELT IT

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EMSC
Mon, 20 Jun 13:16 UTC M 2.6 / 4.4 km – [info] Katla (7 km) – Southern Iceland 4.0 km ENE of Goðabunga
I FELT IT

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IMO
Mon, 20 Jun 12:53 UTC M 2.6 / 134.3 km – [info] Hakone (29 km) KANAGAWA PREF

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NIED
Mon, 20 Jun 12:49 UTC M 5.2 / 40 km – [info] (127 km) LOYALTY ISLANDS
I FELT IT

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EMSC
Mon, 20 Jun 12:45 UTC M 3.4 / 134.2 km – [info] (63 km) 209 km al NO de San Fernando del Valle
I FELT IT

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GUG (U. Chile)
Mon, 20 Jun 12:45 UTC M 4.6 / 143 km – [info] (64 km) Catamarca Province, Argentina
I FELT IT

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GFZ
Mon, 20 Jun 12:10 UTC M 4.7 / 10 km – [info] (234 km) Sulawesi, Indonesia
I FELT IT

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GFZ
Mon, 20 Jun 12:05 UTC M 2.8 / 64.7 km – [info] (78 km) E OFF AOMORI PREF

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NIED
Mon, 20 Jun 11:40 UTC M 3.2 / 146.9 km – [info] Ibusuku (20 km) SATSUMA PENINSULA REGION
I FELT IT

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NIED
Mon, 20 Jun 11:18 UTC M 4.8 / 10 km – [info] (305 km) STATE OF YAP, MICRONESIA
I FELT IT

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EMSC
Mon, 20 Jun 11:08 UTC M 3.8 / 18 km – [info] (277 km) OFFSHORE COQUIMBO, CHILE
I FELT IT

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EMSC
Mon, 20 Jun 10:49 UTC M 2.8 / 14.2 km – [info] (130 km) 21 km al NO de Quillagua

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GUG (U. Chile)

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Most Recent Earthquakes World-Wide: Monday June 13, 2016

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Earthquake list: past 24 hours (only M>=2.5) (129 quakes)

Updated: Mon, 13 Jun 22:02 UTC (GMT)

Time Mag. / Depth Nearest volcano (distance) Location Map Source
Mon, 13 Jun (113 earthquakes)
Mon, 13 Jun 20:49 UTC M 2.6 / 7 km – [info] (391 km) SOUTHERN IRAN
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EMSC
Mon, 13 Jun 20:44 UTC M 2.6 / 36 km – [info] (224 km) OFFSHORE ANTOFAGASTA, CHILE

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EMSC
Mon, 13 Jun 20:43 UTC M 2.5 / 7.1 km – [info] Kuju (12 km) NE KUMAMOTO PREF

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NIED
Mon, 13 Jun 20:41 UTC M 2.6 / 11.4 km – [info] San Cristobal (16 km) Nicaragua

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INETER
Mon, 13 Jun 19:17 UTC M 2.7 / 13.4 km – [info] (152 km) 14 Km WNW from Alonissos

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NOA_HL
Mon, 13 Jun 18:59 UTC M 2.6 / 12 km – [info] (83 km) SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA

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EMSC
Mon, 13 Jun 18:47 UTC M 3.1 / 25.2 km – [info] (49 km) New Zealand
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GEONET (NZ)
Mon, 13 Jun 18:31 UTC M 3.9 / 130 km – [info] Morne Watt (16 km) – West Indies, Dominica 3.9 DOMINICA REGION, LEEWARD ISLANDS
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EMSC
Mon, 13 Jun 18:17 UTC M 4.1 / 45.5 km – [info] (104 km) KINKAZAN REGION
I FELT IT

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NIED
Mon, 13 Jun 17:59 UTC M 4.5 / 76.2 km – [info] (283 km) – 291km N of Tobelo, Indonesia
I FELT IT

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USGS
Mon, 13 Jun 17:58 UTC M 4.8 / 14 km – [info] (311 km) North of Halmahera, Indonesia
I FELT IT

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GFZ
Mon, 13 Jun 17:41 UTC M 5.0 / 10 km – [info] (1487 km) WESTERN INDIAN-ANTARCTIC RIDGE
I FELT IT

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EMSC
Mon, 13 Jun 17:36 UTC M 3.0 / 130.3 km – [info] Aucanquilcha (27 km) 39 km al SO de Ollagüe
I FELT IT

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GUG (U. Chile)
Mon, 13 Jun 17:20 UTC M 2.7 / 10 km – [info] (505 km) 16 km of Bojnord, North Khorasan

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IRSC

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June 7: FEMA Will Hold A Drill To Prepare For A 9.0 Cascadia Subduction Zone Earthquake And Tsunami

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By Michael Snyder – End Of The American Dream

Starting on June 7th, FEMA will be conducting a large scale drill that has been named “Cascadia Rising” that will simulate the effects of a magnitude 9.0 earthquake along the Cascadia Subduction Zone and an accompanying west coast tsunami dozens of feet tall. According to the official flyer for the event, more than “50 counties, plus major cities, tribal nations, state and federal agencies, private sector businesses, and non-governmental organizations across three states – Washington, Oregon, and Idaho – will be participating”.  In addition to “Cascadia Rising”, U.S. Northern Command will be holding five other exercises simultaneously.  According to the final draft of the Cascadia Rising drill plan, those five exercises are entitled “Ardent Sentry 2016″, “Vigilant Guard”, “Special Focus Exercise”, “Turbo Challenge” and “Joint Logistics Over-The-Shore”.  The primary scenario that of all of these participants will be focusing on will be one that involves a magnitude 9.0 earthquake along the Cascadia Subduction Zone followed by a giant tsunami that could displace up to a million people from northern California to southern Canada.

We have never seen such a disaster before in all of U.S. history.

Do they know something that the rest of us do not?

It is funny that they are preparing to deal with the effects of a magnitude 9.0 earthquake along the Cascadia Subduction Zone, because that is precisely the size of earthquake that I warned about in an article back in March.

The San Andreas Fault in southern California gets more headlines, but the Cascadia Subduction Zone is a much larger threat by far.  This fault zone is where the Juan de Fuca plate meets the North American plate, and it stretches approximately 700 miles from northern Vancouver Island all the way down to northern California.

If a magnitude 9.0 earthquake were to strike, the immense shaking and subsequent tsunami would cause damage on a scale that is hard to even imagine right now.  Perhaps this is why FEMA feels such a need to get prepared for this type of disaster, because the experts assure us that it is most definitely coming someday.  The following comes from the official website of the “Cascadia Rising” exercise…

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About the author:

Michael T. Snyder is a graduate of the University of Florida law school and he worked as an attorney in the heart of Washington D.C. for a number of years.

Today, Michael is best known for his work as the publisher of The Economic Collapse Blog and The American Dream

Read his new book Get Prepared Now!: Why A Great Crisis Is Coming.

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‘Locked, Loaded, And Ready To Roll’ For An 8.0 Earthquake Here In America

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‘Locked, Loaded, And Ready To Roll’ For An 8.0 Earthquake Here In America

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If you live in or anywhere near the West Coast, it is time to start enhancing your earthquake preparedness plan. The lengthy and volatile San Andreas fault line in California is “locked, loaded and ready to roll” out the “big one,” according to a quake expert who attended the recent National Earthquake Conference.

The fault line has not been shifting as expected to reduce stress, prompting geologists and environmental researchers to determine an 8.0 magnitude earthquake is long overdue and will be of epic proportion when it does occur.

The last earthquake of similar size struck in 1857, when a 7.9 magnitude quake raged for 185 miles, stretching from the San Gabriel Mountains, where Monterey County is now located, to modern-day Los Angeles.

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“The springs on the San Andreas system have been wound very, very tight. And the southern San Andreas fault, in particular, looks like it’s locked, loaded and ready to go,” Thomas Jordan, director of the Southern California Earthquake Center, told attendees at the conference.

When exactly do the learned scientists think the San Andreas fault line will rupture? They readily admit they just don’t know – it could be in the next five years, or the next five minutes.

If the stress build-up on the fault line continues, a San Andreas earthquake could very likely spark the adjacent San Jacinto fault line to erupt, the Daily Mail reported. That second California fault line passes through San Bernardino County and the Cajon Pass region of the state.

An 8.0 magnitude earthquake in the Los Angeles area is predicted to cause between 3,000 and 14,000 deaths, and more than $200 billion in damage. Both the death toll and the destruction would multiply significantly if the initial earthquake triggered a rupture of the San Jacinto fault line, scientists contend. Flooding caused by ocean waves becoming trapped in low-lying areas, would possibly bring about another Hurricane Katrina scenario.

The Northridge earthquake of 1994, which occurred along another fault line in California, was deemed a major earthquake at the time. Researchers now contend that a rupture in the San Andreas would make the carnage and damage caused more than two decades ago pale by comparison.

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Most Recent Earthquakes World-Wide: Saturday May 21, 2016

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Earthquake list: past 24 hours (only M>=2.6) (140 quakes

Updated: Sat, 21 May 15:27 UTC (GMT)

Time Mag. / Depth Nearest volcano (distance) Location Map Source
Sat, 21 May (83 earthquakes)
Sat, 21 May 14:54 UTC M 2.9 / 72 km – [info] (304 km) New Zealand

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GEONET (NZ)
Sat, 21 May 14:42 UTC M 2.7 / 3 km – [info] (49 km) VALPARAISO, CHILE
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EMSC
Sat, 21 May 14:36 UTC M 2.8 – [info] (1815 km) Central Ranges, Northern Territory
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GeoAu
Sat, 21 May 14:29 UTC M 2.7 / 20 km – [info] (154 km) Bologna

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INGV
Sat, 21 May 14:27 UTC M 3.3 / 9 km – [info] (74 km) SICILY, ITALY
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EMSC
Sat, 21 May 13:48 UTC M 2.9 – [info] (1816 km) Central Ranges, Northern Territory
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GeoAu
Sat, 21 May 13:32 UTC M 2.7 / 10 km – [info] (396 km) 50 km of Maraveh tappeh, Golestan

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IRSC
Sat, 21 May 13:06 UTC M 3.3 / 52.2 km – [info] (96 km) E OFF IBARAKI PREF
I FELT IT

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NIED
Sat, 21 May 13:02 UTC M 3.2 / 2 km – [info] (1814 km) 3.2 NORTHERN TERRITORY, AUSTRALIA
I FELT IT

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EMSC
Sat, 21 May 12:58 UTC M 3.0 / 2 km – [info] (1818 km) 3.0 NORTHERN TERRITORY, AUSTRALIA
I FELT IT

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EMSC
Sat, 21 May 12:41 UTC M 3.1 / 97.6 km – [info] Tongariro (12 km) – North Island, New Zealand New Zealand
I FELT IT

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GEONET (NZ)
Sat, 21 May 12:26 UTC M 3.0 – [info] (83 km) Ecuador – Morona Santiago
I FELT IT

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IGEPN
Sat, 21 May 12:22 UTC M 2.8 / 2 km – [info] (1810 km) 2.8 NORTHERN TERRITORY, AUSTRALIA
I FELT IT

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EMSC
Sat, 21 May 12:06 UTC M 2.7 / 21.9 km – [info] (122 km) New Zealand

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GEONET (NZ)
Sat, 21 May 11:58 UTC M 3.3 / 48 km – [info] (334 km) COQUIMBO, CHILE
I FELT IT

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EMSC
Sat, 21 May 11:34 UTC M 4.7 / 137 km – [info] (101 km) Central Alaska
I FELT IT

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GFZ
Sat, 21 May 11:26 UTC M 3.0 / 2 km – [info] (1807 km) 3.0 NORTHERN TERRITORY, AUSTRALIA
I FELT IT

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EMSC

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Massive Earthquake Looming As Pressure Builds On San Andreas Fault: “Wound Very, Very Tight”

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By Mac Slavo – SHTFplan.com

Any number of disaster scenarios would seemingly bring the U.S. to a grinding halt, and wreak untold havoc upon the vulnerable population.

Worse, there seems to be an uncomfortable sense that a major event like that is long overdue.

Surely one of the most devastating would be a major earthquake along the San Andreas fault line. For several years now, experts have warned that the stress levels have reached a dangerous threshold and that the “big one” could be coming to Southern California… any time now.

Scientists have issued a dire warning that Southern California and the Los Angeles area could be in the path of a major earthquake of 7.0 magnitude or greater.

In the worst case scenario, it could destroy the Los Angeles metro area and rupture hundreds of miles of land in Southern California. A 7.9 earthquake took place back in 1857.

The Los Angeles Times is now reporting that the San Andreas fault is “locked, loaded and ready to roll” – there is a clear and present danger:

Southern California’s section of the San Andreas fault is “locked, loaded and ready to roll,” a leading earthquake scientist said Wednesday at the National Earthquake Conference in Long Beach.

The San Andreas fault is one of California’s most dangerous, and is the state’s longest fault. Yet for Southern California, the last big earthquake to strike the southern San Andreas was in 1857, when a magnitude 7.9 earthquake ruptured an astonishing 185 miles between Monterey County and the San Gabriel Mountains near Los Angeles.

[…] “The springs on the San Andreas system have been wound very, very tight. And the southern San Andreas fault, in particular, looks like it’s locked, loaded and ready to go,” Jordan said in the opening keynote talk.

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The devastating potential of the fault became clear with a 1857 temblor, which had an estimated magnitude of 7.9… The quake was so powerful that the soil liquefied, causing trees as far away as Stockton to sink. Trees were also uprooted west of Fort Tejon. The shaking lasted 1 to 3 minutes.

According to the leading scientists in the study of tectonic plates and movements, earthquakes must periodically relieve plate pressure (about 16 feet worth of movement every century), but that has not happened on the San Andreas fault during that time period – in fact, the event is overdue.

If they’re right, that makes disaster all but imminent in one of the most heavily populated areas in North America.

Here is a simulation of what could occur:

The L.A. Times also noted:

A 2008 U.S. Geological Survey report warned that a magnitude 7.8 earthquake on the southern San Andreas fault would cause more than 1,800 deaths, 50,000 injuries, $200 billion in damage and severe, long-lasting disruptions. Among the predicted problems: The sewer system could be out of commission for six months.

Additionally, a major, devastating quake would almost certainly interrupt transportation, shipments and commerce, perhaps for months on end. The lack of vital services (such as the sewer system, as noted above) could pose major issues to survival and the resumption of everyday life.

If you are unfortunate enough to live in Los Angeles, you may have some life issues to work out anyway, but… it would be wise to heed these warnings.

If you are caught in a major quake, it is important to avoid being trapped by collapsing buildings or flying debris. Here are some thoughts on surviving the aftermath.

The San Andreas fault is not the only troubling hotspot in the country – Old Faithful has been causing recent worry from Yellowstone, and the New Madrid fault line has DHS/FEMA concerned enough to run multi-agency nationwide drills simulating a major earthquake disaster. Meanwhile, the Ring of Fire has been causing devastation at flashpoints throughout the Pacific ring in many nations.

This article first appeared at SHTFplan.com: Massive Earthquake Looming As Pressure Builds On San Andreas Fault: “Wound Very, Very Tight

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Space Weather, USA Radiation | S0 News May.6.2016

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Published on May 6, 2016

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World-Wide Most Recent Earthquakes: Monday April 25, 2016

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Earthquake list: past 24 hours (only M>=2.9) (114 quakes)

Updated: Fri, 6 May 21:02 UTC (GMT)

Time Mag. / Depth Nearest volcano (distance) Location Map Source
Fri, 6 May (95 earthquakes)
Fri, 6 May 20:57 UTC M 3.1 / 10.6 km – [info] (0 km) New Zealand
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GEONET (NZ)
Fri, 6 May 20:27 UTC M 3.4 / 8 km – [info] (404 km) 18 km of Saghand, Yazd
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IRSC
Fri, 6 May 19:51 UTC M 3.2 / 2.5 km – [info] Bardarbunga (3 km) – Central Iceland 3.3 km ESE of Bárðarbunga
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IMO
Fri, 6 May 19:46 UTC M 3.2 / 100.8 km – [info] (48 km) 8 km al E de Linares
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GUG (U. Chile)
Fri, 6 May 19:32 UTC M 4.6 / 115 km – [info] (79 km) Mariana Islands
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GFZ
Yigo (Guam) (27 km S from epicenter)(no details): Felt for 10 seconds in bed. (via EMSC)
Dededo (Guam) (32 km S from epicenter)(no details): Quick jolt. Heard it before I felt it. (via EMSC)
Tamuning (Guam) (35 km S from epicenter)(no details): The shake and sound in the shutters scare me very nuch (via EMSC)
Tamuning (Guam) (35 km S from epicenter)(no details): Woke up from bed felt for 11 seconds (via EMSC)
Tamuning (Guam) (35 km S from epicenter)(no details): First it become just a small vibration and then maybe 30 sec later the whole bed eas shaking (via EMSC)
Nimitz hill Guam / MMI VI (Strong shaking)
Guam / MMI IV (Light shaking)
Fri, 6 May 19:31 UTC M 2.7 / 8.2 km – [info] Aso (15 km) – central Kyushu, Japan NE KUMAMOTO PREF
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NIED
Fri, 6 May 19:27 UTC M 3.0 / 35.2 km – [info] (80 km) New Zealand
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GEONET (NZ)
Fri, 6 May 17:51 UTC M 3.7 – [info] (172 km) Near Coast of Ecuador
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IGEPN
Fri, 6 May 17:33 UTC M 4.3 / 12 km – [info] (518 km) SOUTHERN IRAN
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EMSC
Fri, 6 May 17:32 UTC M 3.2 / 9.3 km – [info] (40 km) SOUTHERN KUMAMOTO PREF
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NIED
Fri, 6 May 17:09 UTC M 4.7 / 10 km – [info] (644 km) Northern Mid Atlantic Ridge
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GFZ
Fri, 6 May 16:28 UTC M 3.2 / 32 km – [info] (69 km) ANDREANOF ISLANDS, ALEUTIAN IS.
I FELT IT

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EMSC
Fri, 6 May 16:23 UTC M 3.8 / 54 km – [info] (154 km) 112km S 37? E of Governor Generoso (Davao Oriental)
I FELT IT

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PHILVOLCS

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Most Recent Earthquakes World-Wide: Wednesday April 27, 2016

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Earthquake list: past 24 hours (only M>=2.9) (118 quakes)

Updated: Wed, 27 Apr 13:50 UTC (GMT)

Time Mag. / Depth Nearest volcano (distance) Location Map Source
Wed, 27 Apr (62 earthquakes)
Wed, 27 Apr 13:36 UTC M 3.3 / 12.5 km – [info] (0 km) NW KUMAMOTO PREF
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NIED
Wed, 27 Apr 13:29 UTC M 3.3 / 22 km – [info] (146 km) NORTHERN COLOMBIA
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EMSC
Wed, 27 Apr 13:16 UTC M 3.3 / 173.9 km – [info] (137 km) SADOGASHIMA IS REG
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NIED
Wed, 27 Apr 12:58 UTC M 2.8 / 40.2 km – [info] (130 km) New Zealand

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GEONET (NZ)
Wed, 27 Apr 12:53 UTC M 3.5 – [info] (237 km) Near…

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Most Recent Earthquakes World-Wide: Tuesday April 26, 2016

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Earthquake list: past 24 hours (only M>=2.6) (134 quakes)

Updated: Tue, 26 Apr 13:47 UTC (GMT)

Time Mag. / Depth Nearest volcano (distance) Location Map Source
Tue, 26 Apr (73 earthquakes)
Tue, 26 Apr 13:14 UTC M 3.1 / 31 km – [info] (0 km) SOUTHERN ALASKA
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EMSC
Tue, 26 Apr 13:10 UTC M 3.4 – [info] (106 km) Ecuador – Manabi
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IGEPN
Tue, 26 Apr 13:03 UTC M 2.7 / 14 km – [info] (79 km) 010km S 55? W of Bolinao (Pangasinan)

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PHILVOLCS
Tue, 26 Apr 12:50 UTC M 2.7 / 17.7 km – [info] (267 km) MEDITERRANEAN SEA

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KOERI-RETMC
Tue, 26 Apr 12:50 UTC M 3.9 / 10.1 km – [info] (40 km) SOUTHERN…

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World-Wide Most Recent Earthquakes: Mondayday April 25, 2016

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Earthquake list: past 24 hours (only M>=2.6) (147 quakes)

Updated: Mon, 25 Apr 13:54 UTC (GMT)

Time Mag. / Depth Nearest volcano (distance) Location Map Source
Mon, 25 Apr (91 earthquakes)
Mon, 25 Apr 13:45 UTC M 3.3 / 9.6 km – [info] (0 km) NE KUMAMOTO PREF
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NIED
Mon, 25 Apr 13:43 UTC M 2.8 / 11.8 km – [info] (41 km) NW KUMAMOTO PREF

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NIED
Mon, 25 Apr 13:21 UTC M 4.2 / 200 km – [info] (54 km) 91 km al SE de Socaire
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GUG (U. Chile)
Mon, 25 Apr 13:14 UTC M 3.8 / 5 km – [info] (58 km) 068km N 65? E of General Luna (Surigao Del Norte)
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PHILVOLCS
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Coronal Holes, Quake Expected, Extreme Weather | S0 News Apr.19.2016

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World-Wide Most Recent Earthquakes: Tuesday April 19, 2016

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Earthquake list: past 24 hours (only M>=3.5) (107 quakes)

Updated: Tue, 19 Apr 13:45 UTC (GMT)

Time Mag. / Depth Nearest volcano (distance) Location Map Source
Tue, 19 Apr (57 earthquakes)
Tue, 19 Apr 13:38 UTC M 4.1 – [info] (288 km) Ecuador – Manabi
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IGEPN
Tue, 19 Apr 13:30 UTC M 3.4 / 143 km – [info] (0 km) NORTHERN COLOMBIA
I FELT IT

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EMSC
Tue, 19 Apr 13:26 UTC M 3.7 / 9.5 km – [info] (39 km) SOUTHERN KUMAMOTO PREF
I FELT IT

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NIED
Tue, 19 Apr 13:16 UTC M 2.7 / 9.5 km – [info] (43 km) NW KUMAMOTO PREF
I FELT IT

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NIED
Tue, 19 Apr 13:15 UTC M 3.4 – [info] (165 km) Ecuador…

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5 Major Earthquakes In 48 Hours As A Seismologist Warns ‘Catastrophic Mega Earthquakes’ Are Coming

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Earthquake Freeway Collapse

By Michael Snyder – End Of The American Dream

Why is the crust of the Earth shaking so violently all of a sudden?  Over the past 48 hours, there have been five major earthquakes globally, and one prominent seismologist has declared that “catastrophic mega earthquakes” could be on the way.  In fact, seismologist Roger Bilham of the University of Colorado has made headlines all over the world by warning that “current conditions might trigger at least four earthquakes greater than 8.0 in magnitude”.  If his projections are accurate, our planet could be on the precipice of a wave of natural disasters unlike anything that any of us have ever experienced before.

Since the beginning of 2016, south Asia has been hit by an unusually high number of large earthquakes, and this has scientists groping for an explanation.  The following comes from the Express

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BIG M6 Solar Flare, New Earth-like Planet | S0 News Apr.18.2016

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Published on Apr 18, 2016

Quake Breakthrough Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QlWop…
Quake Breakthrough Paper: http://www.spaceweathernews.com/spf

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http://www.MagneticReversal.org
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Good Videos/Articles:
The Sun is Going to Sleep: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7whL9…
Earth’s Magnetic Reversal: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sIayx…
Top 6 Climate Change Problems: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Ew05…
Pause on Pausing the Pause: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CZH46…
Sun Series: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=…
IPCC History: http://www.suspicious0bservers.org/se…

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Earth-Like Planet: http://arxiv.org/pdf/1604.04544v1.pdf

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Earthquake Survival

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The “Ring Of Fire”

Some significant seismic activity has been reported this week, especially in the zone bordering the rim of the Pacific Ocean (sometimes called the “Ring of Fire”). It’s important to have a plan for earthquake survival so that your family will remain safe in what can be a major disaster.

 

 

Recent Earthquake Events

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First, the news: 2 major earthquakes have hit Southern Japan, with hundreds of aftershocks and perhaps more on the way. Soon after, an even stronger quake struck Ecuador on the West Coast of South America.

 

 

Troops have been called in to dig out almost 100 people buried in rubble after a magnitude 6.2 quake devastated the densely populated island of Kyushu.  9 people were killed and 1000 injured in the earthquake. Just over a day later, a second, more powerful 7.0 quake hit that killed 30 people and injured hundreds more. Some large buildings toppled and a large landslide buried others.

 

 

At the same time, Japanese media reported that Mount Aso, the largest active volcano in the country and another part of the “Ring of Fire”. No damage reported, as of yet, from that event.

 

 

Japan is no stranger to seismic events. In 2011, we reported extensively on the Fukushima earthquake and tidal wave, which killed 20,000 and caused nuclear meltdowns that have rendered nearby areas uninhabitable to this day.

 

 

Meanwhile, on the other side of the “Ring of Fire”: In Ecuador, The strongest earthquake in many years destroyed buildings and rendered roads unpassable along its Pacific coast. Officials report at least 77 killed and hundreds injured. Damage could be observed for hundreds of miles in various major cities as dozens of aftershocks followed.

 

 

The earthquake, measured at a magnitude of 7.8, was centered in less-populated areas than the Japanese quakes, but the infrastructure is not as strong. Numerous landslides are causing difficulties for rescue personnel trying to reach the affected communities.

 

 

Earthquakes And The United States

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The United States, especially but not exclusively the West Coast, is also susceptible to natural disasters like earthquakes. Hurricanes are, of course, more likely threats to residents of the Gulf or East Coasts of the United States, but the West Coast and even some areas of the Midwest are located over what we call “fault lines”.  A fault is a fracture in a volume of base rock. This is an area where earth movement releases energy that can cause major surface disruptions. This movement is sometimes called a “seismic wave”.

 

 

The strength of an earthquake has been historically measured using the Richter scale.  This measurement (from 0-10 or more) identifies the magnitude of tremors at a certain location.  Quakes less than 2.0 on the Richter scale may occur every day, but are unlikely to be noticed by the average person. Each increase of 1.0 magnitude increases the strength by a factor of 10. The highest registered earthquake was The Great Chilean Earthquake of 1960 (9.5 on the Richter scale).

 

 

Although most people are aware of the Richter Scale, a newer measurement, the Moment Magnitude scale, is thought to be perhaps more accurate. The Moment Magnitude scale calculates each point of magnitude as releasing more than 30 times the energy of the previous one. For higher level quakes, it’s more commonly used.

 

 

If the fault lines shift offshore, a “tsunami” or tidal wave may be generated.  In Fukushima, the earthquake (8.9 magnitude) spawned a major tsunami which caused major damage, loss of life, and meltdowns in local nuclear reactors. Tsunami warning were issued for both the Japanese and Ecuadorian earthquakes reported this week.

 

 

EARTHQUAKE SURVIVAL PLAN

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A major earthquake is especially dangerous due to its unpredictability. Although researchers are working to find ways to determine when a quake will hit, there is usually little notice. This fact makes having a plan before an earthquake occurs a major factor in your chances of survival.

 

 

This plan of action has to be shared with each family member, even the children. Unless the earthquake happens in the dead of night, it’s unlikely you will all be in the house together. You might be at work and the kids might be at school, so making everyone aware of what to do will give you the best chance of gathering your family and surviving the earthquake together.

 

 

To be prepared, you’ll need, at the very least, the following supplies:

 

 

  • Food and water
  • Power sources
  • Alternative shelters
  • Medical supplies
  • Clothing appropriate to the weather
  • Fire extinguishers
  • Means of communication
  • Money (don’t count on credit or debit cards if the power’s down)
  • An adjustable wrench to turn off gas or water

 

In areas at risk for earthquakes, the school system and municipal authorities have probably formulated a disaster plan. They may have designated a quake-proof shelter; if so, this may be the best place to go. Make certain to inquire about your town’s earthquake measures.

 

 

Besides the general supplies listed above, it would be wise to put together a separate “get-home” bag to keep at work or in the car.  Some food, liquids, and a pair of sturdy, comfortable shoes are useful items to have in this kit.

 

 

Home Earthquake Safety

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In the home, it’s important to know is where your gas, electric, and water main shutoffs are.  Make sure that everyone of age knows how to turn them off if there is a leak or electrical short.  Know where the nearest medical facility is, but be aware that you may be on your own; medical responders are going to be overwhelmed and may not get to you quickly.

 

 

Look around your house for fixtures like chandeliers and bookcases that might not be stable enough to withstand an earthquake. Placing heavier object on bottom shelves and make shelves more stable.

 

 

Flat screen TVs, especially large ones, could easily topple.  Be sure to check out kitchen and pantry shelves, and the stability of anything hanging over the headboard of your bed.

 

 

When The Earthquake Hits

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What should you do when the tremors start?  If you’re indoors, get under a table, desk, or something else solid and hold on. This strategy is called “Drop, Cover, Hold”. If cover isn’t available, stand against an inside wall.  Don’t try to use elevators. You should stay clear of windows, shelves, and kitchen areas.

 

 

While the building is shaking, don’t try to run out; you could easily fall down stairs or get hit by falling debris.  We had always thought you should stand in the doorway because of the frame’s sturdiness, but it turns out that, in modern homes, doorways aren’t any more solid than any other part of the structure.

 

 

Once the initial tremors are over, go outside.  Once there, stay as far out in the open as possible, away from power lines, chimneys, and anything else that could fall on top of you.

 

 

You could, possibly, be in your automobile when the earthquake hits.  Get out of traffic as quickly as possible; other drivers are likely to be less level-headed than you are. Don’t stop your car under bridges, trees, overpasses, power lines, or light posts.  Stay in your vehicle while the tremors are active.

 

 

After The Earthquake

 

 

Even after the tremors stop, there are still dangers. One issue to be concerned about is gas leaks; make sure you don’t use your camp stoves, lighters, or even matches until you’re certain all is clear.  Even a match could ignite a spark that could lead to an explosion.  If you turned the gas off, you might consider letting the utility company turn it back on.

 

 

Buildings that have structural damage may be unstable or have loose concrete which could rain down on the unsuspecting. Falling stone from damaged buildings killed rescuers in the Oklahoma City bombing and the Twin Trade Towers collapse.

 

 

Don’t count on telephone service after a natural disaster.  Telephone companies only have enough lines to deal with 20% of total call volume at any one time.  It’s likely all lines will be occupied.  Interestingly, this doesn’t seem to apply to texts; you’ll have a better to chance to communicate by texting than by voice due to the wavelength used.

 

 

Joe Alton, MD

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Space Weather, Major EU Articles | S0 News Apr.12.2016

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Published on Apr 12, 2016

Quake Breakthrough Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QlWop…
Quake Breakthrough Paper: http://www.spaceweathernews.com/spf

http://www.Suspicious0bservers.org
http://www.SpaceWeatherNews.com
http://www.MagneticReversal.org
http://www.ObservatoryProject.com

Solar Alerts on Twitter: https://twitter.com/TheRealS0s
THE DISASTER PREDICTION APP: http://kck.st/1RO4K82

Good Videos/Articles:
The Sun is Going to Sleep: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7whL9…
Earth’s Magnetic Reversal: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sIayx…
Top 6 Climate Change Problems: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Ew05…
Pause on Pausing the Pause: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CZH46…
Sun Series: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=…
IPCC History: http://www.suspicious0bservers.org/se…

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Universe Expansion: http://www.nature.com/news/measuremen…
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Todays Latest Earthquakes Worldwide Tuesday, 12 April 2016

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Source: Volcano Discovery

Earthquake list: past 24 hours (only M>=2.5) (149 quakes)

Updated: Tue, 12 Apr 14:00 UTC (GMT)

Time Mag. / Depth Nearest volcano (distance) Location Map Source
Tue, 12 Apr (82 earthquakes)
Tue, 12 Apr 13:24 UTC M 3.3 / 27 km – [info] (124 km) NORTHERN CALIFORNIA
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Tue, 12 Apr 12:49 UTC M 2.8 / 8 km – [info] (141 km) CAGLAYAN-DINAR (AFYONKARAHISAR)
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KOERI-RETMC
Tue, 12 Apr 12:42 UTC M 4.7 / 111 km – [info] (47 km) Halmahera, Indonesia
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GFZ
Tue, 12 Apr 12:42 UTC M 4.6 / 105.9 km – [info] (59 km) – 53km SSE of Tobelo, Indonesia
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USGS
Tue, 12 Apr 12:41 UTC M 4.7 / 10 km – [info] (287 km) Off West Coast of Northern Sumatra
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GFZ
Tue, 12 Apr 12:38 UTC M 3.2 / 73.4 km – [info] (317 km) New Zealand
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GEONET (NZ)
Tue, 12 Apr 12:34 UTC M 2.8 / 69 km – [info] (36 km) KODIAK ISLAND REGION, ALASKA

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EMSC
Tue, 12 Apr 12:33 UTC M 3.8 / 100 km – [info] (36 km) TARAPACA, CHILE
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EMSC
Tue, 12 Apr 12:29 UTC M 4.0 / 49.2 km – [info] (318 km) FAR E OFF NORTH HONSHU
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NIED
Tue, 12 Apr 12:11 UTC M 2.5 / 5.8 km – [info] (106 km) KARACAM-SOMA (MANISA)

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KOERI-RETMC
Tue, 12 Apr 12:07 UTC M 4.9 / 10 km – [info] (1511 km) West of Macquarie Island
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GFZ
Tue, 12 Apr 11:56 UTC M 2.5 / 36 km – [info] (57 km) 006 km N 34? W of Paluan (Occidental Mindoro)

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PHILVOLCS
Tue, 12 Apr 11:37 UTC M 2.5 / 10.5 km – [info] (177 km) FINDIKKOY-(KUTAHYA)

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KOERI-RETMC
Tue, 12 Apr 11:24 UTC M 5.1 / 10 km – [info] (402 km) W. Caroline Islands, Micronesia
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GFZ
Tue, 12 Apr 11:21 UTC M 2.6 – [info] (919 km) ALBOR
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IGN
Tue, 12 Apr 11:11 UTC M 2.7 / 41.6 km – [info] (95 km) New Zealand

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GEONET (NZ)
Tue, 12 Apr 10:34 UTC M 3.3 / 40.4 km – [info] (129 km) E OFF IBARAKI PREF
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Earthquakes, Supernova, Rogue Planet | S0 News Apr.7.2016

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Published on Apr 7, 2016

Quake Breakthrough Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QlWop…
Quake Breakthrough Paper: http://www.spaceweathernews.com/spf

http://www.Suspicious0bservers.org
http://www.SpaceWeatherNews.com
http://www.MagneticReversal.org
http://www.ObservatoryProject.com

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Good Videos/Articles:
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Earth’s Magnetic Reversal: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sIayx…
Top 6 Climate Change Problems: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Ew05…
Pause on Pausing the Pause: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CZH46…
Sun Series: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=…
IPCC History: http://www.suspicious0bservers.org/se…

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Todays Latest Earthquakes Worldwide Thursday, 7 April 2016

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Source: Volcano Discovery

Earthquake list: past 24 hours (only M>=2.5) (126 quakes)

Updated: Thu, 7 Apr 13:52 UTC (GMT)

Time Mag. / Depth Nearest volcano (distance) Location Map Source
Thu, 7 Apr (81 earthquakes)
Thu, 7 Apr 13:43 UTC M 3.6 / 383.8 km – [info] (0 km) New Zealand
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GEONET (NZ)
Thu, 7 Apr 13:40 UTC M 4.8 / 646 km – [info] (343 km) Fiji Islands Region
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GFZ
Thu, 7 Apr 13:25 UTC M 2.9 / 112.3 km – [info] (243 km) New Zealand

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GEONET (NZ)
Thu, 7 Apr 13:24 UTC M 4.3 / 10 km – [info] (180 km) Talaud Islands, Indonesia
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GFZ
Thu, 7 Apr 12:59 UTC M 3.3 / 1 km – [info] (54 km) 019 km N 42? W of Bambang (Nueva Vizcaya)
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PHILVOLCS
Thu, 7 Apr 12:58 UTC M 2.5 / 138.1 km – [info] (70 km) New Zealand

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GEONET (NZ)
Thu, 7 Apr 12:58 UTC M 3.1 / 194.4 km – [info] (69 km) New Zealand
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GEONET (NZ)
Thu, 7 Apr 12:54 UTC M 3.2 / 40 km – [info] (912 km) STRAIT OF GIBRALTAR
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EMSC
Thu, 7 Apr 12:54 UTC M 3.2 / 10 km – [info] (902 km) ALBOR
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IGN
Thu, 7 Apr 12:36 UTC M 2.6 / 38.1 km – [info] (81 km) SE OFF OSUMI PEN

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NIED
Thu, 7 Apr 12:22 UTC M 5.0 / 96 km – [info] (238 km) Near Coast of Venezuela
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GFZ
Saint George’s (Grenada) (191 km NE from epicenter)(no details): Short 3 to 5 second trembly shake (via EMSC)
Saint George’s (Grenada) (191 km NE from epicenter)(no details): Laying on the couch and felt like someone was shaking it for about 5 seconds but dog did not react. (via EMSC)
(Trinidad and Tobago) (143 km E from epicenter)(no details): At first, I wasn’t sure it was an earthquake since I felt like I was losing my mind from an all-nighter, but then I saw the water in my water bottle shook and I sat here in my chair wondering if I was sleeping. I was thinking of to DCH(Drop Cover and Hold on), thinking to myself not to underestimate this earthquake since the tremors lasted for about 20 seconds. Or at least it felt like 20 seconds. (via EMSC)
(Trinidad and Tobago) (135 km E from epicenter)(no details): quake had buildings shaking from east to west.. this occurred a similar time to sept 2009 quake 6.2 durinh thats day another one felt same day at 230pm (via EMSC)
Couva (Trinidad and Tobago) (127 km E from epicenter)(no details): Felt very mild for about 8 seconds (via EMSC)
Port of Spain (Trinidad and Tobago) (120 km E from epicenter)(no details): Shook lightly for about 3-4 seconds, was able to look at my watch and count. I knew what was happening , but the last few seconds intensified and shook more vigorously (via EMSC)
Diego Martin Trinidad / MMI V (Moderate shaking)
Trinidad and Tobago Hospitality and Tourism Instit / MMI IV (Light shaking)
Ciudad Guayana (Venezuela) (254 km S from epicenter)(no details): Se sintió fuerte (via EMSC)
(Trinidad and Tobago) (126 km E from epicenter)(no details): Short and strong (via EMSC)
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Thu, 7 Apr 12:15 UTC M 2.9 / 32 km – [info] (402 km) OFFSHORE COQUIMBO, CHILE

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Thu, 7 Apr 12:10 UTC M 2.6 / 22 km – [info] (336 km) OFFSHORE COQUIMBO, CHILE

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EMSC
Thu, 7 Apr 12:03 UTC M 2.5 / 58.6 km – [info] (67 km) FAR S OFF BOSO PENINSULA

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Earth and Sun are Active, Grand Filaments | S0 News Apr.5.2016

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Good Videos/Articles:
The Sun is Going to Sleep: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7whL9…
Discussing Earthquakes with Kongpop: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ThCUZ…
Earth’s Magnetic Reversal: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sIayx…
Top 6 Climate Change Problems: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Ew05…
Pause on Pausing the Pause: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CZH46…
Sun Series: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=…
STARWATER Article: http://wavechronicle.com/wave/?p=1151
S0 Notes on Solar Shutdown: http://www.suspicious0bservers.org/fo…
IPCC History: http://www.suspicious0bservers.org/se…

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Filaments: http://arxiv.org/pdf/1604.00544v1.pdf

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Todays Latest Earthquakes Worldwide Tuesday, 5 April 2016

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Source: Volcano Discovery

Earthquake list: past 24 hours (only M>=2.6) (135 quakes)

Updated: Tue, 5 Apr 13:51 UTC (GMT)

Time Mag. / Depth Nearest volcano (distance) Location Map Source
Tue, 5 Apr (71 earthquakes)
Tue, 5 Apr 13:29 UTC M 3.4 / 10 km – [info] (266 km) Poland
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GFZ
Tue, 5 Apr 13:29 UTC M 3.4 / 2 km – [info] (298 km) 3.4 POLAND
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EMSC
Tue, 5 Apr 13:24 UTC M 2.7 / 38.4 km – [info] (139 km) E OFF FUKUSHIMA PREF

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NIED
Tue, 5 Apr 12:20 UTC M 3.6 / 140 km – [info] (101 km) COLOMBIA
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EMSC
Tue, 5 Apr 12:12 UTC M 5.0 / 18 km – [info] (562 km) Southeastern Uzbekistan
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GFZ
Bukhara / MMI II (Very weak shaking): Bed vibrated for approx 1 min.
Тошкент (Uzbekistan) (310 km NE from epicenter)(no details): Было немного страшно. (via EMSC)
Тошкент (Uzbekistan) (310 km NE from epicenter)(no details): Я думал мне показалось (via EMSC)
Тошкент (Uzbekistan) (308 km NE from epicenter)(no details): Слегка, быстро (via EMSC)
Тошкент (Uzbekistan) (306 km NE from epicenter)(no details): В районе Олмазар, города Ташкента,на 4м этаже не так сильно почувствовали. Но неприятно! Я их боюсь( (via EMSC)
Тошкент (Uzbekistan) (306 km NE from epicenter)(no details): Не успели почувствовать (via EMSC)
Тошкент (Uzbekistan) (305 km NE from epicenter)(no details): Немного совсем малые толчки. Северо – запад Ташкент (via EMSC)
Тошкент (Uzbekistan) (303 km NE from epicenter)(no details): Felt 2-3 light jolts in Tashkent at 5th floor of the office building (via EMSC)
Тошкент (Uzbekistan) (301 km NE from epicenter)(no details): Слегка трясло (via EMSC)
Dushanbe (Tajikistan) (158 km SE from epicenter)(no details): Was scary (via EMSC)
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Tue, 5 Apr 11:55 UTC M 4.1 / 68 km – [info] (81 km) Near Coast of Peru
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GFZ
Tue, 5 Apr 11:42 UTC M 3.0 / 143.8 km – [info] (39 km) NORTHERN MIYAZAKI PREF
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NIED
Tue, 5 Apr 11:31 UTC M 3.0 / 2 km – [info] (406 km) ALBANIA
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EMSC
Tue, 5 Apr 11:31 UTC M 3.0 / 23.9 km – [info] (382 km) 84 Km NW from Corfu
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NOA_HL
Tue, 5 Apr 11:25 UTC M 3.8 / 199 km – [info] (60 km) POTOSI, BOLIVIA
I FELT IT

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Big Eruption, Earthspots, Lightning Strikes Twice | S0 News Apr.4.2016

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Good Videos/Articles:
The Sun is Going to Sleep: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7whL9…
Discussing Earthquakes with Kongpop: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ThCUZ…
Earth’s Magnetic Reversal: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sIayx…
Top 6 Climate Change Problems: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Ew05…
Pause on Pausing the Pause: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CZH46…
Sun Series: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=…
STARWATER Article: http://wavechronicle.com/wave/?p=1151
S0 Notes on Solar Shutdown: http://www.suspicious0bservers.org/fo…
IPCC History: http://www.suspicious0bservers.org/se…

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Princeton ShakeMovie: http://global.shakemovie.princeton.edu
OLR: http://www.esrl.noaa.gov/psd/map/clim…
Precipitation and Cosmic Rays: http://arxiv.org/pdf/1604.00128v1.pdf
Pakistan Disaster: http://www.theguardian.com/world/2016…
Lightning x2: http://videowall.accuweather.com/deta…

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Tornados, Earth-Facing Solar Quiet | S0 News Apr.1.2016

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Solar Alerts on Twitter: https://twitter.com/TheRealS0s

Good Videos/Articles:
The Sun is Going to Sleep: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7whL9…
Discussing Earthquakes with Kongpop: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ThCUZ…
Earth’s Magnetic Reversal: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sIayx…
Top 6 Climate Change Problems: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Ew05…
Pause on Pausing the Pause: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CZH46…
Sun Series: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=…
STARWATER Article: http://wavechronicle.com/wave/?p=1151
S0 Notes on Solar Shutdown: http://www.suspicious0bservers.org/fo…
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Todays Latest Earthquakes Worldwide Friday, 1 April 2016

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Source: Volcano Discovery

Earthquake list: past 24 hours (only M>=2.5) (133 quakes)

Updated: Fri, 1 Apr 14:00 UTC (GMT)

Time Mag. / Depth Nearest volcano (distance) Location Map Source
Fri, 1 Apr (85 earthquakes)
Fri, 1 Apr 13:31 UTC M 4.0 / 55 km – [info] (85 km) 58 km al SUROESTE de TAPACHULA, CHIS
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SSN
Fri, 1 Apr 13:26 UTC M 3.2 / 265.2 km – [info] Norikura (3 km) WESTERN NAGANO PREF
I FELT IT

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NIED
Fri, 1 Apr 13:22 UTC M 4.2 / 124.3 km – [info] (42 km) TSUGARU STRAIT REGION
I FELT IT

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NIED
Fri, 1 Apr 13:16 UTC M 3.3 / 10 km – [info] (125 km) 19 km of Anbar abad, kerman
I FELT IT

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IRSC
Fri, 1 Apr 13:15 UTC M 3.1 / 57.1 km – [info] (40 km) NEAR AMAMI-OSHIMA ISLAND
I FELT IT

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NIED
Fri, 1 Apr 13:14 UTC M 2.5 / 24.2 km – [info] (156 km) Mar Ionio Meridionale (MARE)

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INGV
Fri, 1 Apr 13:13 UTC M 3.7 / 65.9 km – [info] (77 km) TOKACHI REGION
I FELT IT

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NIED
Fri, 1 Apr 13:11 UTC M 2.6 / 17.9 km – [info] (143 km) E OFF MIYAGI PREF

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NIED
Fri, 1 Apr 12:46 UTC M 3.0 / 4.1 km – [info] (235 km) FAR E OFF IBARAKI PREF
I FELT IT

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NIED
Fri, 1 Apr 12:46 UTC M 3.2 / 6.3 km – [info] (78 km) – 22km ESE of Hawthorne, Nevada
I FELT IT

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USGS
Fri, 1 Apr 12:44 UTC M 3.7 / 22.8 km – [info] (381 km) 18 km al SO de Tongoy
I FELT IT

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GUG (U. Chile)
Fri, 1 Apr 12:17 UTC M 2.5 – [info] (900 km) ALBOR

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IGN
Fri, 1 Apr 12:04 UTC M 2.5 – [info] (1747 km) Syd-Finland

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NORSAR

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Lava World, 3rd Volcano Erupts, SWx | S0 News Mar.31.2016

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Published on Mar 31, 2016

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http://www.MagneticReversal.org
http://www.ObservatoryProject.com
http://www.EarthChangesMedia.com

Solar Alerts on Twitter: https://twitter.com/TheRealS0s

Good Videos/Articles:
The Sun is Going to Sleep: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7whL9…
Discussing Earthquakes with Kongpop: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ThCUZ…
Earth’s Magnetic Reversal: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sIayx…
Top 6 Climate Change Problems: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Ew05…
Pause on Pausing the Pause: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CZH46…
Sun Series: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=…
STARWATER Article: http://wavechronicle.com/wave/?p=1151
S0 Notes on Solar Shutdown: http://www.suspicious0bservers.org/fo…
IPCC History: http://www.suspicious0bservers.org/se…

Today’s Featured Links:
Lava World: http://www.cam.ac.uk/research/news/ma…
Hitomi Update: http://global.jaxa.jp/projects/sat/as…

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Strong Coronal Hole, Space Weather | S0 News Mar.30.2016

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Published on Mar 30, 2016

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http://www.MagneticReversal.org
http://www.ObservatoryProject.com
http://www.EarthChangesMedia.com

Solar Alerts on Twitter: https://twitter.com/TheRealS0s

Good Videos/Articles:
The Sun is Going to Sleep: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7whL9…
Discussing Earthquakes with Kongpop: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ThCUZ…
Earth’s Magnetic Reversal: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sIayx…
Top 6 Climate Change Problems: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Ew05…
Pause on Pausing the Pause: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CZH46…
Sun Series: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=…
STARWATER Article: http://wavechronicle.com/wave/?p=1151
S0 Notes on Solar Shutdown: http://www.suspicious0bservers.org/fo…
IPCC History: http://www.suspicious0bservers.org/se…

Today’s Featured Links:
Oct 2015 Event: http://arxiv.org/pdf/1603.08863v1.pdf

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Todays Latest Earthquakes Worldwide Wednesday, 30 March 2016

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Source: Volcano Discovery

Earthquake list: past 24 hours (only M>=2.5) (145 quakes)

Updated: Wed, 30 Mar 13:59 UTC (GMT)

Time Mag. / Depth Nearest volcano (distance) Location Map Source
Wed, 30 Mar (84 earthquakes)
Wed, 30 Mar 13:38 UTC M 5.2 / 10 km – [info] (68 km) Banda Sea
I FELT IT

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GFZ
Wed, 30 Mar 13:34 UTC M 2.8 / 15 km – [info] (2413 km) Koorda, WA

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GeoAu
Wed, 30 Mar 13:10 UTC M 3.7 / 46 km – [info] Loihi (5 km) – United States, Hawaiian Islands HAWAII REGION, HAWAII
I FELT IT

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EMSC
Wed, 30 Mar 13:09 UTC M 3.0 / 36.8 km – [info] (100 km) NE OFF IWATE PREF
I FELT IT

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NIED
Wed, 30 Mar 12:46 UTC M 2.8 / 33.2 km – [info] (275 km) 46 km al NO de Los Vilos

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GUG (U. Chile)
Wed, 30 Mar 12:33 UTC M 3.0 / 63.3 km – [info] (41 km) NEAR AMAMI-OSHIMA ISLAND
I FELT IT

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NIED
Wed, 30 Mar 12:27 UTC M 3.1 / 42.8 km – [info] (374 km) 15 km al E de Tongoy
I FELT IT

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GUG (U. Chile)
Wed, 30 Mar 12:26 UTC M 3.2 / 7 km – [info] (1015 km) 尼泊尔
I FELT IT

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CEIC
Wed, 30 Mar 12:26 UTC M 4.7 / 10 km – [info] (997 km) NEPAL
I FELT IT

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EMSC
Patan (Nepal) (49 km SW from epicenter)(no details): Ha ha ha. No one believed me till they saw your record. (via EMSC)
Wed, 30 Mar 12:25 UTC M 3.2 / 17 km – [info] (92 km) 031 km S 40? W of Looc (Occidental Mindoro)
I FELT IT

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PHILVOLCS
Wed, 30 Mar 12:11 UTC M 2.7 / 35.4 km – [info] (246 km) SE OFF SHIKOKU

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NIED
Wed, 30 Mar 12:03 UTC M 2.6 / 10 km – [info] (394 km) 32 km of Sar bisheh, South Khorasan

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IRSC
Wed, 30 Mar 11:37 UTC M 2.6 / 9.9 km – [info] (504 km) New Zealand
I FELT IT

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GEONET (NZ)

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CME, New Earthspot, Big News Articles | S0 News Mar.29.2016

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Published on Mar 29, 2016

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http://www.MagneticReversal.org
http://www.ObservatoryProject.com
http://www.EarthChangesMedia.com

Solar Alerts on Twitter: https://twitter.com/TheRealS0s

Good Videos/Articles:
The Sun is Going to Sleep: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7whL9…
Discussing Earthquakes with Kongpop: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ThCUZ…
Earth’s Magnetic Reversal: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sIayx…
Top 6 Climate Change Problems: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Ew05…
Pause on Pausing the Pause: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CZH46…
Sun Series: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=…
STARWATER Article: http://wavechronicle.com/wave/?p=1151
S0 Notes on Solar Shutdown: http://www.suspicious0bservers.org/fo…
IPCC History: http://www.suspicious0bservers.org/se…

Today’s Featured Links:
SPF in Maunder Minimum: http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/…
East v West Electrons: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10…
Super-Earths, Implications: http://arxiv.org/pdf/1603.08145v1.pdf
Young Saturn Moons: http://www.seti.org/seti-institute/pr…

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Todays Latest Earthquakes Worldwide Tuesday, 29 March 2016

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Source: Volcano Discovery

Earthquake list: past 24 hours (only M>=2.5) (114 quakes)

Updated: Tue, 29 Mar 14:03 UTC (GMT)

Time Mag. / Depth Nearest volcano (distance) Location Map Source
Tue, 29 Mar (69 earthquakes)
Tue, 29 Mar 13:08 UTC M 3.4 – [info] (686 km) NE BENGUERIR.MAC
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IGN
Tue, 29 Mar 13:07 UTC M 2.5 – [info] (1108 km) Ca. 119 km

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NORSAR
Tue, 29 Mar 13:00 UTC M 2.6 – [info] (1097 km) Ca. 128 km s
I FELT IT

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NORSAR
Tue, 29 Mar 12:44 UTC M 2.9 – [info] (1117 km) Ca. 127 km
I FELT IT

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NORSAR
Tue, 29 Mar 12:40 UTC M 3.3 – [info] (1088 km) Ca. 120 km s
I FELT IT

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NORSAR
Tue, 29 Mar 12:39 UTC M 2.5 / 5.3 km – [info] (75 km) ONIKI ADALAR (MEDITERRANEAN SEA)

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KOERI-RETMC
Tue, 29 Mar 12:32 UTC M 5.1 – [info] (1148 km) Ca. 144 km
I FELT IT

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NORSAR
Tue, 29 Mar 12:16 UTC M 2.5 / 36.4 km – [info] (72 km) New Zealand

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GEONET (NZ)
Tue, 29 Mar 11:25 UTC M 2.6 / 5.5 km – [info] (751 km) New Zealand
I FELT IT

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GEONET (NZ)
Tue, 29 Mar 11:15 UTC M 2.9 / 44.9 km – [info] (72 km) Nicaragua

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INETER
Tue, 29 Mar 11:07 UTC M 2.7 / 96 km – [info] (71 km) TARAPACA, CHILE

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EMSC
Tue, 29 Mar 11:04 UTC M 4.1 / 45.3 km – [info] (129 km) New Zealand
I FELT IT

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GEONET (NZ)
Tue, 29 Mar 11:04 UTC M 3.0 / 30.3 km – [info] (83 km) New Zealand
I FELT IT

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GEONET (NZ)
Tue, 29 Mar 11:03 UTC M 5.4 / 226 km – [info] (184 km) South of Kermadec Islands
I FELT IT

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GFZ
Tue, 29 Mar 10:56 UTC M 2.6 / 5 km – [info] (120 km) KAVAKCALI-ULA (MUGLA)
I FELT IT

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KOERI-RETMC
Tue, 29 Mar 10:56 UTC M 2.8 / 153.6 km – [info] (111 km) Canale di Sicilia meridionale (MARE)

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INGV
Tue, 29 Mar 10:40 UTC M 3.1 / 14.9 km – [info] (1114 km) Norway
I FELT IT

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NNSN
Tue, 29 Mar 10:40 UTC M 2.9 / 95.7 km – [info] (56 km) 17 km al E de Chillán

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GUG (U. Chile)
Tue, 29 Mar 10:40 UTC M 2.6 / 33.1 km – [info] (73 km) New Zealand

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GEONET (NZ)
Tue, 29 Mar 10:32 UTC M 5.2 / 21.9 km – [info] (1131 km) Norway
I FELT IT

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NNSN
Tue, 29 Mar 10:32 UTC M 5.1 / 10 km – [info] (1137 km) Svalbard Region
I FELT IT

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GFZ
Tue, 29 Mar 10:32 UTC M 5.0 / 10 km – [info] (1114 km) – 119km ESE of Longyearbyen, Svalbard and Jan Mayen
I FELT IT

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USGS
Tue, 29 Mar 10:27 UTC M 2.5 / 125.9 km – [info] (37 km) New Zealand

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GEONET (NZ)

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Satellite Down, Huge Solar Features | S0 News Mar.28.2016

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By Suspicious0bservers

Published on Mar 28, 2016

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http://www.SpaceWeatherNews.com
http://www.MagneticReversal.org
http://www.ObservatoryProject.com

Solar Alerts on Twitter: https://twitter.com/TheRealS0s

Good Videos/Articles:
The Sun is Going to Sleep: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7whL9…
Discussing Earthquakes with Kongpop: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ThCUZ…
Earth’s Magnetic Reversal: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sIayx…
Top 6 Climate Change Problems: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Ew05…
Pause on Pausing the Pause: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CZH46…
Sun Series: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=…
STARWATER Article: http://wavechronicle.com/wave/?p=1151
S0 Notes on Solar Shutdown: http://www.suspicious0bservers.org/fo…
IPCC History: http://www.suspicious0bservers.org/se…

Today’s Featured Links: Japanese X-ray Satellite: http://www.nature.com/news/japanese-x…

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Todays Latest Earthquakes Worldwide Monday, 28 March 2016

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Source: Volcano Discovery

Earthquake list: past 24 hours (only M>=2.5) (127 quakes)

Updated: Mon, 28 Mar 13:59 UTC (GMT)

Time Mag. / Depth Nearest volcano (distance) Location Map Source
Mon, 28 Mar (67 earthquakes)
Mon, 28 Mar 13:33 UTC M 3.0 / 10 km – [info] (171 km) NEAR THE COAST OF WESTERN TURKEY
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EMSC
Mon, 28 Mar 12:40 UTC M 3.3 / 102 km – [info] Iliamna (28 km) – Cook Inlet (SW Alaska) – 70km W of Anchor Point, Alaska
I FELT IT

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USGS
Mon, 28 Mar 12:13 UTC M 2.5 / 10 km – [info] (184 km) 73 km of Sorkheh, Semnan

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IRSC
Mon, 28 Mar 12:03 UTC M 3.1 / 10 km – [info] (232 km) GREECE
I FELT IT

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EMSC
Mon, 28 Mar 11:57 UTC M 3.5 / 12 km – [info] (530 km) 17 km of Mehran, Ilam
I FELT IT

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IRSC
Mon, 28 Mar 11:45 UTC M 4.9 / 10 km – [info] (78 km) Fox Islands, Aleutian Islands
I FELT IT

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GFZ
Mon, 28 Mar 11:44 UTC M 2.7 / 45 km – [info] (916 km) ALBOR

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IGN
Mon, 28 Mar 11:43 UTC M 4.3 / 20 km – [info] (203 km) 121 km al SUROESTE de PIJIJIAPAN, CHIS
I FELT IT

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SSN
Mon, 28 Mar 11:30 UTC M 2.9 / 15 km – [info] (234 km) 15 Km W from Ithaki

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NOA_HL
Mon, 28 Mar 10:55 UTC M 3.5 / 31.5 km – [info] (187 km) 29 km al NO de Navidad
I FELT IT

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GUG (U. Chile)
Mon, 28 Mar 10:50 UTC M 3.7 / 28.3 km – [info] (182 km) 23 km al NO de Navidad
I FELT IT

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GUG (U. Chile)
Mon, 28 Mar 10:39 UTC M 3.1 / 14 km – [info] (177 km) SAN PEDRO CHANNEL, CALIFORNIA
I FELT IT

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EMSC
Cypress (United States) (15 km N from epicenter)(no details): I was asleep at the time and started to feel a slight jostling motion which made my head move a side to side. Felt some shaking as we’ll as heard some sounds (via EMSC)
Newport Beach (United States) (13 km SE from epicenter)(no details): My bed just wiggled and my tv rattled a bit. It was really quick and not very intense. I was lying awake. Not sure that it would’ve woken me up. (via EMSC)
Westminster (United States) (9 km NE from epicenter)(no details): Woke up some people in the household (via EMSC)
Norco (United States) (51 km NE from epicenter)(no details): It wike me up (via EMSC)
Long Beach (United States) (17 km NW from epicenter)(no details): heard rumbling before I felt the quake. Slightly louder and longer than the quake a few hours earlier. (via EMSC)
Long Beach (United States) (17 km NW from epicenter)(no details): Rattled furniture. Lasted about 10 seconds (via EMSC)
Stanton (United States) (15 km N from epicenter)(no details): It was one big jolt I grabbed one to my bed it jolted my whole town house one good time. (via EMSC)
Garden Grove (United States) (14 km NE from epicenter)(no details): Jerky (via EMSC)
Los Alamitos (United States) (14 km NW from epicenter)(no details): Rattling noise wake me up (via EMSC)
Los Alamitos (United States) (14 km NW from epicenter)(no details): Strong, quick jolt. Woke me up. (via EMSC)
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Mon, 28 Mar 10:16 UTC M 3.3 / 31 km – [info] (290 km) 新疆和田地区皮山县
I FELT IT

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CEIC
Mon, 28 Mar 10:12 UTC M 2.5 / 13.8 km – [info] (50 km) – 40km SSE of Goldfield, Nevada

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USGS

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Super Flare Potential, SPF Earthquake Trigger | S0 News Mar.25.2016

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Published on Mar 25, 2016

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http://www.MagneticReversal.org
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Solar Alerts on Twitter: https://twitter.com/TheRealS0s

Good Videos/Articles:
The Sun is Going to Sleep: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7whL9…
Discussing Earthquakes with Kongpop: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ThCUZ…
Earth’s Magnetic Reversal: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sIayx…
Top 6 Climate Change Problems: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Ew05…
Pause on Pausing the Pause: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CZH46…
Sun Series: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=…
STARWATER Article: http://wavechronicle.com/wave/?p=1151
S0 Notes on Solar Shutdown: http://www.suspicious0bservers.org/fo…
IPCC History: http://www.suspicious0bservers.org/se…

Today’s Featured Links:
Super flare: http://scitech.au.dk/aktuelt/deadly-s…

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Todays Latest Earthquakes Worldwide Friday, 25 March 2016

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Source: Volcano Discovery

Earthquake list: past 24 hours (only M>=2.5) (113 quakes)

Updated: Fri, 25 Mar 13:50 UTC (GMT)

Time Mag. / Depth Nearest volcano (distance) Location Map Source
Fri, 25 Mar (57 earthquakes)
Fri, 25 Mar 13:27 UTC M 3.4 / 25 km – [info] (0 km) 63 km al O de Los Vilos
I FELT IT

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GUG (U. Chile)
Fri, 25 Mar 13:03 UTC M 4.0 / 12 km – [info] (266 km) 22 km al SURESTE de ACAPULCO, GRO
I FELT IT

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SSN
Fri, 25 Mar 12:48 UTC M 4.2 / 17 km – [info] (265 km) 136 km al SURESTE de SALINA CRUZ, OAX
I FELT IT

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SSN
Fri, 25 Mar 12:37 UTC M 3.1 / 180 km – [info] Uturuncu (25 km) 130 km al NE de San Pedro de Atacama
I FELT IT

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GUG (U. Chile)
Fri, 25 Mar 12:31 UTC M 2.9 / 93 km – [info] Panay (21 km) 011 km S 37? E of Calatagan (Batangas)

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PHILVOLCS
Fri, 25 Mar 12:22 UTC M 2.8 / 21.4 km – [info] (343 km) New Zealand

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GEONET (NZ)
Fri, 25 Mar 12:05 UTC M 4.0 – [info] (806 km) S MOTRIL.GR
I FELT IT

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IGN
Salobrena / MMI IV (Light shaking): Was sitting on roof terrace. Felt like large truck passing at first but lasted for several seconds
Motril, Playa Granada / MMI IV (Light shaking)
Granada (Spain) (62 km NW from epicenter)(no details): heard this one rather than felt it like last time when my settee actually moved! (via EMSC)
Órgiva (Spain) (33 km N from epicenter)(no details): There was one vibration that was quite noticeable followed quickly by an “echo” vibration that was less strong. Both my dogs were sitting up and looking about. (via EMSC)
La Herradura (Spain) (21 km NW from epicenter)(no details): I was sitting outside and felt the ground underneath me rumble. My husband and I both heard a rattling/rumbling noise. (via EMSC)
Almuñécar (Spain) (18 km NW from epicenter)(no details): The loudest we have had this year. (via EMSC)
Velilla-Taramay (Spain) (17 km NW from epicenter)(no details): Loud boom, then everything shook for a few seconds. Very disconcerting! No visible damage though. (via EMSC)
GELIBRA, Almuñécar / MMI IV (Light shaking): I felt and hear it place: GELIBRA Almunecar
Nerja (Spain) (32 km NW from epicenter)(no details): Heard a noise and slight movement, very quick! (via EMSC)
Almuñécar (Spain) (18 km NW from epicenter)(no details): Very loud crash and my work desk was shaking (via EMSC)
Fri, 25 Mar 11:55 UTC M 2.6 / 66.1 km – [info] (80 km) NORTHERN IBARAKI PREF

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NIED
Fri, 25 Mar 11:53 UTC M 2.6 / 100.7 km – [info] (38 km) EASTERN AOMORI PREF

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NIED
Fri, 25 Mar 11:42 UTC M 2.9 / 36 km – [info] (374 km) COQUIMBO, CHILE

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EMSC
Fri, 25 Mar 11:13 UTC M 2.7 / 10 km – [info] (205 km) GREECE

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EMSC
Fri, 25 Mar 10:51 UTC M 2.6 / 22.9 km – [info] (52 km) MEDITERRANEAN SEA

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KOERI-RETMC

Continue reading at Volcano Discovery: Todays Latest Earthquakes Worldwide Friday, 25 March 2016

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25+ Resources for Teaching Kids About Disasters

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…without scaring them As parents, we try to shelter our kids from “scary” things. It’s a mixture of love, a desire to protect, and if we are honest – we like to sleep – so we minimize the possibility of nightmares as much as possible. Disasters are about as easy to talk light heatedly about […]

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Space Weather, Electroquake, Weather Alert | S0 News Mar.23.2016

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By Suspicious0bservers

Published on Mar 23, 2016

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http://www.MagneticReversal.org
http://www.ObservatoryProject.com
http://www.EarthChangesMedia.com

Solar Alerts on Twitter: https://twitter.com/TheRealS0s

Good Videos/Articles:
The Sun is Going to Sleep: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7whL9…
Discussing Earthquakes with Kongpop: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ThCUZ…
Earth’s Magnetic Reversal: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sIayx…
Top 6 Climate Change Problems: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Ew05…
Pause on Pausing the Pause: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CZH46…
Sun Series: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=…
STARWATER Article: http://wavechronicle.com/wave/?p=1151
S0 Notes on Solar Shutdown: http://www.suspicious0bservers.org/fo…
IPCC History: http://www.suspicious0bservers.org/se…

Today’s Featured Links:
Wind Rips Off Roof: https://weather.com/news/weather/vide…
1960 Chile Quake: http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/…
Nepal Earthquake: http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/…
Solar/Climate N.America: http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/…

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Todays Latest Earthquakes Worldwide Wednesday, 23 March 2016

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Source: Volcano Discovery

Earthquake list: past 24 hours (only M>=2.6) (146 quakes)

Updated: Wed, 23 Mar 13:55 UTC (GMT)

Time Mag. / Depth Nearest volcano (distance) Location Map Source
Wed, 23 Mar (77 earthquakes)
Wed, 23 Mar 13:38 UTC M 2.8 / 99 km – [info] (0 km) ANTOFAGASTA, CHILE

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EMSC
Wed, 23 Mar 13:21 UTC M 3.2 / 29 km – [info] (364 km) OFFSHORE COQUIMBO, CHILE
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EMSC
Wed, 23 Mar 13:15 UTC M 3.3 / 233.5 km – [info] (54 km) S OF SURUGA BAY
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NIED
Wed, 23 Mar 13:14 UTC M 4.3 / 12 km – [info] (391 km) OFFSHORE COQUIMBO, CHILE
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EMSC
Wed, 23 Mar 13:06 UTC M 4.3 / 14.8 km – [info] (706 km) New Zealand
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GEONET (NZ)
Wed, 23 Mar 12:54 UTC M 3.3 – [info] (184 km) Near Coast of Ecuador
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IGEPN
Wed, 23 Mar 12:37 UTC M 3.0 / 30 km – [info] (895 km) STRAIT OF GIBRALTAR
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EMSC
Wed, 23 Mar 12:20 UTC M 4.6 / 186 km – [info] Lolo (17 km) NEW BRITAIN REGION, P.N.G.
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EMSC
Wed, 23 Mar 11:59 UTC M 3.8 / 5 km – [info] (314 km) 31 km al NORESTE de CERRITOS, SLP
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SSN
Wed, 23 Mar 11:57 UTC M 2.7 / 9 km – [info] (60 km) 032 km N 09 ?E of Lubang (Occidental Mindoro)
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PHILVOLCS
Wed, 23 Mar 11:53 UTC M 3.8 / 14.8 km – [info] (705 km) New Zealand
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GEONET (NZ)
Wed, 23 Mar 11:45 UTC M 2.9 / 4 km – [info] (533 km) OKLAHOMA
I FELT IT

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EMSC
Wed, 23 Mar 11:28 UTC M 3.4 – [info] (286 km) NORTHERN COLOMBIA
I FELT IT

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EMSC

Continue reading at Volcano Discovery: Todays Latest Earthquakes Worldwide Wednesday, 23 March 2016

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Impact Expected, Pakistan Emergency, Eclipse | S0 News Mar.22.2016

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By Suspicious0bservers

Published on Mar 22, 2016

http://www.Suspicious0bservers.org
http://www.SpaceWeatherNews.com
http://www.MagneticReversal.org
http://www.ObservatoryProject.com
http://www.EarthChangesMedia.com

Solar Alerts on Twitter: https://twitter.com/TheRealS0s

Good Videos/Articles:
The Sun is Going to Sleep: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7whL9…
Discussing Earthquakes with Kongpop: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ThCUZ…
Earth’s Magnetic Reversal: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sIayx…
Top 6 Climate Change Problems: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Ew05…
Pause on Pausing the Pause: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CZH46…
Sun Series: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=…
STARWATER Article: http://wavechronicle.com/wave/?p=1151
S0 Notes on Solar Shutdown: http://www.suspicious0bservers.org/fo…
IPCC History: http://www.suspicious0bservers.org/se…

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Isolated Solar Storm Effects, New SSN? | S0 News Mar.21.2016

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By Suspicious0bservers

Published on Mar 21, 2016

THE DISASTER PREDICTION APP: http://kck.st/1RO4K82

http://www.Suspicious0bservers.org
http://www.SpaceWeatherNews.com
http://www.MagneticReversal.org
http://www.ObservatoryProject.com
http://www.EarthChangesMedia.com

Solar Alerts on Twitter: https://twitter.com/TheRealS0s

Good Videos/Articles:
The Sun is Going to Sleep: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7whL9…
Discussing Earthquakes with Kongpop: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ThCUZ…
Earth’s Magnetic Reversal: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sIayx…
Top 6 Climate Change Problems: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Ew05…
Pause on Pausing the Pause: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CZH46…
Sun Series: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=…
STARWATER Article: http://wavechronicle.com/wave/?p=1151
S0 Notes on Solar Shutdown: http://www.suspicious0bservers.org/fo…
IPCC History: http://www.suspicious0bservers.org/se…

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Why Preparing For Natural Disasters Is Critical

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Written by Guest Contributor on The Prepper Journal.

The major problem with these natural disasters is that we cannot completely prevent all the damage they cause rather we can minimize the damage they do or prevent any further damage.

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Sun Storms, Why CMEs/Comets Trigger More CMEs | S0 News Mar.17.2016

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By Suspicious0bservers

Published on Mar 17, 2016

http://www.Suspicious0bservers.org
http://www.SpaceWeatherNews.com
http://www.MagneticReversal.org
http://www.ObservatoryProject.com
http://www.EarthChangesMedia.com

Solar Alerts on Twitter: https://twitter.com/TheRealS0s

Good Videos/Articles:
The Sun is Going to Sleep: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7whL9…
Discussing Earthquakes with Kongpop: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ThCUZ…
Earth’s Magnetic Reversal: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sIayx…
Top 6 Climate Change Problems: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Ew05…
Pause on Pausing the Pause: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CZH46…
Sun Series: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=…
STARWATER Article: http://wavechronicle.com/wave/?p=1151
S0 Notes on Solar Shutdown: http://www.suspicious0bservers.org/fo…
IPCC History: http://www.suspicious0bservers.org/se…

Today’s Featured Links:
Ceres Article: http://www.eso.org/public/news/eso1609/
Chain Reaction Flaring: http://arxiv.org/pdf/1603.04900v1.pdf

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Todays Latest Earthquakes Worldwide Thursday, 17 March 2016

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Source: Volcano Discovery

Earthquake list: past 24 hours (only M>=2.5) (131 quakes

Updated: Thu, 17 Mar 13:54 UTC (GMT)

Time Mag. / Depth Nearest volcano (distance) Location Map Source
Thu, 17 Mar (65 earthquakes)
Thu, 17 Mar 13:39 UTC M 2.5 / 45.6 km – [info] (98 km) OFF NEMURO PENINSULA

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NIED
Thu, 17 Mar 13:03 UTC M 5.0 / 67 km – [info] (155 km) Sunda Strait, Indonesia
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GFZ
Thu, 17 Mar 13:01 UTC M 2.6 / 6.2 km – [info] (0 km) MORALILAR-AKHISAR (MANISA)
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KOERI-RETMC
Thu, 17 Mar 12:51 UTC M 3.9 / 24.9 km – [info] (121 km) SE OFF TOKACHI
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NIED
Thu, 17 Mar 12:37 UTC M 3.7 / 2 km – [info] (168 km) 3.7 CRETE, GREECE
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EMSC
Thu, 17 Mar 12:34 UTC M 3.3 / 5.9 km – [info] (56 km) Nicaragua
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INETER
Thu, 17 Mar 12:33 UTC M 3.1 / 90.9 km – [info] (51 km) 10 km al SO de Mina La Escondida.
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GUG (U. Chile)
Thu, 17 Mar 11:43 UTC M 3.9 / 48 km – [info] (155 km) TARAPACA, CHILE
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EMSC
Thu, 17 Mar 11:37 UTC M 4.5 / 144 km – [info] (135 km) Chiapas, Mexico
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GFZ
Thu, 17 Mar 11:34 UTC M 2.8 / 12 km – [info] (225 km) WESTERN TURKEY

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EMSC
Thu, 17 Mar 11:33 UTC M 2.8 / 6.7 km – [info] Masaya (7 km) Nicaragua
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INETER
Thu, 17 Mar 10:42 UTC M 2.5 / 8.7 km – [info] Kita Yatsuga-take (28 km) CENTRAL NAGANO PREF

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NIED
Thu, 17 Mar 09:50 UTC M 3.0 / 38.6 km – [info] (68 km) Nicaragua
I FELT IT

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INETER

Continue reading at Volcano Discovery: Todays Latest Earthquakes Worldwide Thursday, 17 March 2016

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Sun/Earth are Active, Standing Wave Planets | S0 News Mar.16.2016

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By Suspicious0bservers

Published on Mar 16, 2016

http://www.Suspicious0bservers.org
http://www.SpaceWeatherNews.com
http://www.MagneticReversal.org
http://www.ObservatoryProject.com
http://www.EarthChangesMedia.com

Solar Alerts on Twitter: https://twitter.com/TheRealS0s

Good Videos/Articles:
The Sun is Going to Sleep: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7whL9…
Discussing Earthquakes with Kongpop: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ThCUZ…
Earth’s Magnetic Reversal: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sIayx…
Top 6 Climate Change Problems: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Ew05…
Pause on Pausing the Pause: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CZH46…
Sun Series: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=…
STARWATER Article: http://wavechronicle.com/wave/?p=1151
S0 Notes on Solar Shutdown: http://www.suspicious0bservers.org/fo…
IPCC History: http://www.suspicious0bservers.org/se…

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Todays Latest Earthquakes Worldwide Wednesday, 16 March 2016

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Source: Volcano

Earthquake list: past 24 hours (only M>=2.5) (122 quakes)

Updated: Wed, 16 Mar 14:06 UTC (GMT)

Time Mag. / Depth Nearest volcano (distance) Location Map Source
Wed, 16 Mar (70 earthquakes)
Wed, 16 Mar 13:41 UTC M 4.0 / 33 km – [info] (301 km) COQUIMBO, CHILE
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EMSC
Wed, 16 Mar 13:36 UTC M 4.2 / 10 km – [info] (212 km) 175 km al SUROESTE de MAPASTEPEC, CHIS
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SSN
Wed, 16 Mar 13:16 UTC M 2.5 / 5 km – [info] (165 km) CRETE, GREECE

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EMSC
Wed, 16 Mar 13:16 UTC M 2.8 / 5.3 km – [info] (164 km) GIRIT ADASI (MEDITERRANEAN SEA)
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KOERI-RETMC
Wed, 16 Mar 13:11 UTC M 5.3 / 10 km – [info] (389 km) South of Sumbawa, Indonesia
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GFZ
Wed, 16 Mar 13:09 UTC M 5.5 / 10 km – [info] (90 km) Talaud Islands, Indonesia
I FELT IT

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GFZ
Wed, 16 Mar 12:51 UTC M 3.2 / 5.6 km – [info] (167 km) GIRIT ADASI (MEDITERRANEAN SEA)
I FELT IT

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KOERI-RETMC
Wed, 16 Mar 12:40 UTC M 4.2 / 224.4 km – [info] Caichinque (25 km) 61 km al SE de Socaire
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GUG (U. Chile)
Wed, 16 Mar 12:10 UTC M 2.5 / 26.6 km – [info] (155 km) New Zealand

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GEONET (NZ)
Wed, 16 Mar 12:04 UTC M 5.2 / 22 km – [info] (87 km) Talaud Islands, Indonesia
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GFZ
Wed, 16 Mar 11:36 UTC M 2.5 / 54.2 km – [info] (208 km) New Zealand

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GEONET (NZ)
Wed, 16 Mar 11:30 UTC M 4.1 / 7.3 km – [info] (66 km) Nicaragua
I FELT IT

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INETER
Wed, 16 Mar 11:27 UTC M 4.5 / 10 km – [info] (155 km) Central East Pacific Rise
I FELT IT

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GFZ
Wed, 16 Mar 11:18 UTC M 3.2 / 122 km – [info] Aucanquilcha (26 km) ANTOFAGASTA, CHILE
I FELT IT

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EMSC

Continue reading at Volcano Discovery: Todays Latest Earthquakes Worldwide Wednesday, 16 March 2016

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Solar Eruptions, Magnetic Storms, Rare Quakes | S0 News Mar.15.2016

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By Suspicious0bservers

Published on Mar 15, 2016

http://www.Suspicious0bservers.org
http://www.SpaceWeatherNews.com
http://www.MagneticReversal.org
http://www.ObservatoryProject.com
http://www.EarthChangesMedia.com

Solar Alerts on Twitter: https://twitter.com/TheRealS0s

Good Videos/Articles:
The Sun is Going to Sleep: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7whL9…
Discussing Earthquakes with Kongpop: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ThCUZ…
Earth’s Magnetic Reversal: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sIayx…
Top 6 Climate Change Problems: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Ew05…
Pause on Pausing the Pause: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CZH46…
Sun Series: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=…
STARWATER Article: http://wavechronicle.com/wave/?p=1151
S0 Notes on Solar Shutdown: http://www.suspicious0bservers.org/fo…
IPCC History: http://www.suspicious0bservers.org/se…

Today’s Featured Links:
Sea Level & Earth Cycles: http://www.jpl.nasa.gov/news/news.php…
Evac Coastlines: http://www.theguardian.com/commentisf…

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Todays Latest Earthquakes Worldwide Tuesday, 15 March 2016

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Source: Volcano

Earthquake list: past 24 hours (only M>=3.2) (136 quakes)

Updated: Tue, 15 Mar 14:07 UTC (GMT)

Time Mag. / Depth Nearest volcano (distance) Location Map Source
Tue, 15 Mar (103 earthquakes)
Tue, 15 Mar 13:35 UTC M 5.2 / 50 km – [info] (43 km) SOUTH SANDWICH ISLANDS REGION
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EMSC
Tue, 15 Mar 13:05 UTC M 3.9 / 17.2 km – [info] (230 km) FAR E OFF SANRIKU
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NIED
Tue, 15 Mar 13:02 UTC M 4.3 – [info] Guagua Pichincha (13 km) Ecuador – Pichincha
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IGEPN
cumbaya / MMI IV (Light shaking)
quito / MMI IV (Light shaking)
moscow / MMI III (Weak shaking)
Quito near Quicentro shopping mall / MMI IV (Light shaking)
Carcelen / MMI IV (Light shaking)
Quito / MMI IV (Light shaking)
condado shopping mall / MMI VII (Very strong shaking)
quito. de los pinos / MMI V (Moderate shaking)
Av Occidental and Mañosca / MMI V (Moderate shaking)
Quito / MMI IV (Light shaking)
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Tue, 15 Mar 12:56 UTC M 3.0 / 206.2 km – [info] (31 km) OGA PENINSULA REGION
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NIED
Tue, 15 Mar 12:24 UTC M 4.1 / 112 km – [info] Aucanquilcha (19 km) ANTOFAGASTA, CHILE
I FELT IT

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EMSC
Tue, 15 Mar 12:18 UTC M 4.3 / 170 km – [info] Lascar (25 km) – Northern Chile 39 km al N de Socaire
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GUG (U. Chile)
Tue, 15 Mar 12:09 UTC M 2.9 / 9 km – [info] (106 km) CENTRAL ITALY
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EMSC
Tue, 15 Mar 11:44 UTC M 4.0 / 30 km – [info] (419 km) OFFSHORE COQUIMBO, CHILE
I FELT IT

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EMSC
Tue, 15 Mar 11:30 UTC M 3.9 / 135 km – [info] (139 km) 67 km al NORESTE de MATIAS ROMERO, OAX
I FELT IT

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SSN
Tue, 15 Mar 11:14 UTC M 3.5 / 23 km – [info] (166 km) NEAR CHOSHI CITY
I FELT IT

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NIED
Tue, 15 Mar 10:58 UTC M 4.2 / 30 km – [info] (92 km) ANDREANOF ISLANDS, ALEUTIAN IS.
I FELT IT

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EMSC

Continue reading at Volcano Discovery: Todays Latest Earthquakes Worldwide Tuesday, 15 March 2016

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Short Update, All is Calm | S0 News Mar.14.2016

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By Suspicious0bservers

Published on Mar 14, 2016

THE DISASTER PREDICTION APP: http://kck.st/1RO4K82

http://www.Suspicious0bservers.org
http://www.SpaceWeatherNews.com
http://www.MagneticReversal.org
http://www.ObservatoryProject.com
http://www.EarthChangesMedia.com

Solar Alerts on Twitter: https://twitter.com/TheRealS0s

Good Videos/Articles:
The Sun is Going to Sleep: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7whL9…
Discussing Earthquakes with Kongpop: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ThCUZ…
Earth’s Magnetic Reversal: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sIayx…
Top 6 Climate Change Problems: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Ew05…
Pause on Pausing the Pause: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CZH46…
Sun Series: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=…
STARWATER Article: http://wavechronicle.com/wave/?p=1151
S0 Notes on Solar Shutdown: http://www.suspicious0bservers.org/fo…
IPCC History: http://www.suspicious0bservers.org/se…

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Todays Latest Earthquakes Worldwide Monday, 14 March 2016

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Source: Volcano Discovery

Earthquake list: past 24 hours (only M>=2.6) (131 quakes)

Updated: Mon, 14 Mar 14:14 UTC (GMT)

Time Mag. / Depth Nearest volcano (distance) Location Map Source
Mon, 14 Mar (75 earthquakes)
Mon, 14 Mar 13:51 UTC M 2.8 / 75.2 km – [info] (0 km) Nicaragua

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INETER
Mon, 14 Mar 13:41 UTC M 3.2 / 19.4 km – [info] (176 km) SE OFF MIYAGI PREF
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NIED
Mon, 14 Mar 13:36 UTC M 4.0 / 10 km – [info] (384 km) Northern Italy
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GFZ
Miniera Rodoretto IMERYS / MMI IV (Light shaking)
Roquebrune-Cap-Martin (France) (71 km S from epicenter)(no details): Légèrement menton (via EMSC)
Nice (France) (76 km S from epicenter)(no details): Légères secousses à Nice (via EMSC)
Nice (France) (77 km S from epicenter)(no details): Léger tremblement de terre à Nice (via EMSC)
Mon, 14 Mar 13:35 UTC M 3.1 / 15.8 km – [info] (293 km) New Zealand
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GEONET (NZ)
Mon, 14 Mar 13:34 UTC M 2.9 / 29.8 km – [info] (340 km) New Zealand

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GEONET (NZ)
Mon, 14 Mar 13:31 UTC M 3.0 / 39 km – [info] (206 km) OFFSHORE VALPARAISO, CHILE
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EMSC
Mon, 14 Mar 13:29 UTC M 4.4 / 321 km – [info] (103 km) Java, Indonesia
I FELT IT

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GFZ
Mon, 14 Mar 13:21 UTC M 4.5 / 33.7 km – [info] (344 km) 38 km al O de Punitaqui
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GUG (U. Chile)
Mon, 14 Mar 13:19 UTC M 2.7 / 6.4 km – [info] (76 km) 26 Km SSE from Aiyion
I FELT IT

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NOA_HL
Mon, 14 Mar 13:15 UTC M 3.6 / 138 km – [info] Cerro del Azufre (20 km) ANTOFAGASTA, CHILE
I FELT IT

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EMSC
Mon, 14 Mar 13:12 UTC M 3.4 / 22.3 km – [info] (346 km) New Zealand
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GEONET (NZ)

Continue reading at Volcano Discovery: Todays Latest Earthquakes Worldwide Monday, 14 March 2016

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Shockwave Impact, Far-Outer Planet Info | S0 News Mar.11.2016

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By Suspicious0bservers

Published on Mar 11, 2016

THE DISASTER PREDICTION APP: http://kck.st/1RO4K82

http://www.Suspicious0bservers.org
http://www.SpaceWeatherNews.com
http://www.MagneticReversal.org
http://www.ObservatoryProject.com
http://www.EarthChangesMedia.com

Solar Alerts on Twitter: https://twitter.com/TheRealS0s

Good Videos/Articles:
The Sun is Going to Sleep: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7whL9…
Discussing Earthquakes with Kongpop: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ThCUZ…
Earth’s Magnetic Reversal: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sIayx…
Top 6 Climate Change Problems: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Ew05…
Pause on Pausing the Pause: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CZH46…
Sun Series: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=…
STARWATER Article: http://wavechronicle.com/wave/?p=1151
S0 Notes on Solar Shutdown: http://www.suspicious0bservers.org/fo…
IPCC History: http://www.suspicious0bservers.org/se…

Today’s Featured Links:
Eclipse: http://earthobservatory.nasa.gov/IOTD…
OR10: http://arxiv.org/pdf/1603.03090v1.pdf

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Todays Latest Earthquakes Worldwide Friday, 11 March 2016

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Source: Volcano Discovery

Earthquake list: past 24 hours (only M>=2.6) (115 quakes)

Updated: Fri, 11 Mar 14:54 UTC (GMT)

Time Mag. / Depth Nearest volcano (distance) Location Map Source
Fri, 11 Mar (63 earthquakes)
Fri, 11 Mar 14:44 UTC M 4.6 / 10 km – [info] (0 km) Southern Xinjiang, China
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GFZ
Fri, 11 Mar 14:19 UTC M 3.2 / 29.1 km – [info] (420 km) 59 km al O de Tongoy
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GUG (U. Chile)
Fri, 11 Mar 13:48 UTC M 3.5 / 10 km – [info] (1037 km) NW TEGGOUR.MAC
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IGN
Fri, 11 Mar 13:13 UTC M 4.6 / 10 km – [info] (130 km) Seram, Indonesia
I FELT IT

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GFZ
Fri, 11 Mar 13:03 UTC M 2.7 / 3 km – [info] (661 km) OKLAHOMA
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EMSC
Fri, 11 Mar 12:45 UTC M 2.7 / 110 km – [info] (33 km) SICILY, ITALY

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EMSC
Fri, 11 Mar 12:09 UTC M 3.6 / 33 km – [info] (246 km) 12 km al NORESTE de SAN MARCOS, GRO
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SSN
Fri, 11 Mar 12:07 UTC M 3.8 / 15 km – [info] (337 km) 29 km al OESTE de RIO GRANDE, OAX
I FELT IT

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SSN
Fri, 11 Mar 11:28 UTC M 3.3 / 16 km – [info] (209 km) VIRGIN ISLANDS REGION
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EMSC
Fri, 11 Mar 11:26 UTC M 2.7 / 114 km – [info] (228 km) VIRGIN ISLANDS REGION

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EMSC
Fri, 11 Mar 11:21 UTC M 3.1 / 77.7 km – [info] (183 km) New Zealand
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GEONET (NZ)
Fri, 11 Mar 11:07 UTC M 3.6 / 11 km – [info] (417 km) 四川凉山州木里县
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CEIC
Fri, 11 Mar 11:06 UTC M 2.8 / 7.4 km – [info] (118 km) 4 Km SE from Navpaktos
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NOA_HL
Fri, 11 Mar 11:04 UTC M 2.7 / 15.3 km – [info] (126 km) New Zealand

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GEONET (NZ)
Fri, 11 Mar 11:04 UTC M 3.4 / 8.3 km – [info] (62 km) New Zealand
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GEONET (NZ)
Fri, 11 Mar 11:01 UTC M 3.7 / 196.3 km – [info] (54 km) New Zealand
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GEONET (NZ)
Fri, 11 Mar 11:01 UTC M 3.1 / 129.7 km – [info] Okataina (Tarawera) (5 km) – New Zealand New Zealand
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GEONET (NZ)
Fri, 11 Mar 10:58 UTC M 5.0 / 557 km – [info] (364 km) South of Fiji Islands
I FELT IT

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GFZ
Fri, 11 Mar 10:58 UTC M 4.5 / 10 km – [info] (165 km) Banda Sea
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GFZ

Continue reading at Volcano Discovery: Todays Latest Earthquakes Worldwide Friday, 11 March 2016

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