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originally posted by: TinfoilTP
There were just quakes in both of those places, what kind of prediction is that? That's like predicting the coyote will fall off a cliff chasing the road runner.
There is an obvious chance those were just tremors for a big one, not impressed with the crystal ball skills here.
originally posted by: Jennyfrenzy
a reply to: TinfoilTP
There is a 54% chance of a 5.0 magnitude or greater hitting the Napa area in the next week. Vasa is predicting a 7.0, that's bigger than the 6.1, that would mean the 6.1 was a foreshock and not the actual quake.
After 1989 Loma Prieta quake, we didn't have any aftershocks close to the 6.9, often times they're quite smaller.
A level 6.1 isn't normal for California. We get lots of small ones, under 3.0 all the time, I barely even notice them anymore. I live close to the geysers in Calistoga and there are always small quakes there.
I'll say this, birds have been acting strange all day, dogs are barking and my cat ran full speed to hide under the bed about 30 minutes ago, that was scary.
a reply to: graceunderpressure
I've noticed odd behavior too from my cats, friends and neighbors dogs and birds have been acting unusual.
Chinese officials believe animals can be used to predict earthquakes, and are setting up a monitoring station at a wildlife park that will use more than 50 horses