posted on Apr, 24 2014 @ 04:28 PM
a reply to: violet
The west coast of US and Canada has gotten off easy so far.
Lets just hope it stays that way.
But it is due for something.
You can almost space out the larger EQs around the ring of fire at this point and measure them with your fingers on the USGS map and figure out where
larger EQs should hit. At least that is how my mind has been working with the map the last few weeks. Shifting seems to be going counter clockwise,
and spaced about a week to two weeks apart between 6+ quakes. Going up the coast of South America and then into Mexico, and now Canada, perhaps
California got skipped/lucky?
6.6 94km S of Port Hardy, Canada
19:10:12 UTC-08:00 11.4 km
7.2 36km NNW of Tecpan de Galeana, Mexico
09:27:26 UTC-05:00 24.0 km
6.6 18km S of Nandaime, Nicaragua
14:29:13 UTC-06:00 135.0 km
8.2 95km NW of Iquique, Chile
18:46:46 UTC-05:00 20.1 km