The Coming Mega EQs & Predictions

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posted on Aug, 25 2014 @ 09:55 PM
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With the recent thread "Breaking : Earthquake Rocks Northern California" -www.abovetopsecret.com...
one can only wonder what to expect now in the area and beyond with earthquakes from the mega-quake of the Pacific Northwest to the Yellowstone Caldera and more.

Touching on a current video -article, about a researcher who predicted the Bay Area EQ:
Researcher Successfully Predicted Massive Bay Area Earthquake-Source

OP-video "Secrets Of The Super Volcanoes"

Stan Deyo discusses his prediction, EQs to volcanoes, the link between Yellowstone and Mt. St. Helens, and more.


A former government “black projects” researcher who previously used fluctuations in the sea surface temperature to predict earthquakes successfully predicted back in April that Northern California would soon suffer from an immense earthquake.

Stan Deyo, who for over 10 years made earthquake forecasts approaching a 90% accuracy rate using U.S. Naval data, pointed out on April 11 that the Iquique earthquake which struck off the coast of Chile on April 1 had been followed by a series of earthquakes moving north towards the United States, particularly Northern California.


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While sharing the main article's topic of numerous areas of concern, I am particularly focusing on the Pacific NW. As well as the update from my 2011 ATS thread- www.abovetopsecret.com...


Ex text from the thread in which the info has been updated since then:

Experts armed with seabed core samples and findings from Japan are ready to place odds on the likelihood of a giant earthquake rocking the Northwest.





To add that,
Now if the said inevitable magnitude 9.0 mega-quake and tsunami will hit the Pacific North West. Nonetheless more activity in the Northern California area as it is moving up the coast.

USGS scientist Jim Berkland, who has a history of accurate predictions, is predicting a mega-quake in the Pac NW as well.
Source here



A new 6,500-year record of megathrust earthquakes in the Pacific Northwest pieced together from lost coastal marshes and offshore sediments is providing the clearest picture yet of the quake and tsunami dangers for along the 750-mile long (1,200-kilometer) Cascadia subduction zone from Northern California to British Columbia.

"Pacific Northwest Overdue for a Big One, Sediments Show" -Discovery

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posted on Aug, 25 2014 @ 10:27 PM
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I can even predict that California is going to have a big earthquake pretty soon. If you consider a 6.1 big.



posted on Aug, 25 2014 @ 11:20 PM
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Stan Deyo runs greatdreams.com or .org? The site about coming earth changes? Big fan for years. I love the page about traditional American Indian homes.

But anyway, the earth seems to be rebelling against us. Like a dog trying to shake off an irritating bug in the hair, the cosmos can and will react accordingly. All the best and be safe everyone.



posted on Aug, 25 2014 @ 11:23 PM
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originally posted by: rickymouse
I can even predict that California is going to have a big earthquake pretty soon. If you consider a 6.1 big.


6.1 is kinda big but wait till the 7.5 one happens i say by the end of this week. Area of Cascadia all the way down to Mexicali is were i think it will be next.



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posted on Aug, 25 2014 @ 11:36 PM
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originally posted by: rickymouse
I can even predict that California is going to have a big earthquake pretty soon. If you consider a 6.1 big.


That 6.1 was the strongest in 25 years. According to the main ATS thread on it and news overall, deemed a "State of Emergency", it can classify as "big".
A 6.1 in Seattle, for example, which had a 3+ lately-pnsn listing recent quakes- would likely make for worse damage than N. California due to the area being less prepared.

ETA:
Nisqually EQ 6.8 in 2001, images

- Details here:

The Nisqually earthquake (also commonly referred to as "The Ash Wednesday Quake") was an intraslab earthquake, occurring at 10:54 am PST (18:54 UTC) on February 28, 2001. One of the largest recorded earthquakes in Washington state history, it measured 6.8 on the moment magnitude scale and lasted approximately 45 seconds. The epicenter of the earthquake was Anderson Island, about 17 km (11 mi) northeast of Olympia. The focus was at a depth of 52 km (32 mi). Tremors were felt as far away as Scio, Oregon, across the border in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, and 175 mi (282 km) east in Pasco, Washington. There were also reports that it was felt as far away as Spokane, Washington and Sandpoint, Idaho.[1]

The quake caused some property damage in Seattle and surrounding areas. Although there were no reports of deaths directly from the earthquake, local news outlets reported that there was one death from a heart attack at the time of the earthquake.[2]
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posted on Aug, 26 2014 @ 10:59 AM
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Well, it looks like all the conspiracy talk about the government using HAARP to cause earthquakes in other places, like Haiti, to take the stress off the plate isn't working.

More chickens coming home to roost.



posted on Aug, 27 2014 @ 08:12 AM
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Sure he's accurate if you think that 6.1 is a mega quake. I personally don't. No star from me.
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posted on Aug, 27 2014 @ 08:15 AM
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Because it was the biggest in 25 years doesn't make it big by any stretch of the imagination. Come on. a reply to: dreamingawake



posted on Aug, 27 2014 @ 12:48 PM
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So, are they predicting a 9? And exactly how devastating would that be? It's hard to imagine being a layman and given the exponential nature of the Richter scale.



posted on Aug, 27 2014 @ 04:26 PM
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Sorry if this is a bit doom porn-ish, and I'd love to post a link,but can't figure how to do it on this new tablet of mine,god I'm so old! But earlier on this evening,for absolutely no reason whatsoever,I started reading some of the Edgar Cayce future predictions, and he said we,ll know when the s#its about to hit the fan big time, there will be volcanic eruption in Iceland and a significant rise in earthquakes in south america and the southern coast of California. He said lots of other stuff too, but I don't want to over do it with the d-porn.



posted on Aug, 28 2014 @ 03:26 AM
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originally posted by: AutumnWitch657
Because it was the biggest in 25 years doesn't make it big by any stretch of the imagination. Come on. a reply to: dreamingawake



Maybe not to you or people not in that area.

"State of Emergency", as shared in that reply:
"State of emergency declared after 6.1 earthquake jolts northern California" , means nothing?
Delcared by governor Gary Brown. Guess he's a nutter!


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posted on Aug, 28 2014 @ 03:43 AM
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originally posted by: TheLaughingGod
So, are they predicting a 9? And exactly how devastating would that be? It's hard to imagine being a layman and given the exponential nature of the Richter scale.


An example would be the 9.0 that devastated the Japan coast in 2011. Which was about $309 billion in losses.
According to this document PDF, See here, from page 12 about California, Washington and Oregon's coast;

the numbers of deaths could exceed 10,000. More than 30,00 could be injured. The economic impacts also would be significant" for Washington, Oregon and California, the losses have been estimated at an upwards of about $70 billion.
While not costing as much as Japan's EQ, because of less infrastructure in the area.

Video and article "Is Seattle prepared for an EQ?" Source

With that depends also on the location in question of a 9.0. Los Angeles experiencing a 9.0? Guess that "breaking off into the ocean" to forming islands with remaining land isn't so far off.



posted on Aug, 28 2014 @ 12:28 PM
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a reply to: dreamingawake
Nowhere is a 6.1 considered a mega quake. Please.
They declare a state of emergency for a hurricane warning. All it means is it frees up funds for use in clean ups and such. Look up state of emergency. It doesn't necessarily mean catastrophe. Most of the time it's just so governments can shift around funds to deal with clean up. They declared one in north Carolina when a storm washed away a bridge to hatteras island. No life lost no homes destroyed but the bridge was the only link to the mainland so they needed funds to replace it fast. Declare a state of emergency.
We all saw those pictures of broken wine bottles...gosh what a catastrophe.
No chardonnay with dinner tonight dear. OMG NO WINE WHAT WILL WE DO??????
Personally I don't know the governor of California so I can't say if he's a nutter.



posted on Aug, 28 2014 @ 12:34 PM
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Let me explain just a bit about the earth quakes in Los Angeles county. . The San Andres is a slip fault. It's pushing up against the other side. That means moving together not pulling apart. Hollywood loves to show big growing cracks in the land to represent quake damage. We should wish that were the case it would release a lot of pressure but that doesn't happen in real life. The plates rub against each other and that causes an earth quake. ply to: dreamingawake



posted on Aug, 28 2014 @ 01:03 PM
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The following is my opinion as a member participating in this discussion.

I watched the video .... most of it. To me a 'megaquake' would have to be a 8.0 or higher. And I'm not seeing a general time frame for this prediction. Did anyone see it?

As an ATS Staff Member, I will not moderate in threads such as this where I have participated as a member.



posted on Aug, 28 2014 @ 08:27 PM
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originally posted by: AutumnWitch657
a reply to: dreamingawake
Nowhere is a 6.1 considered a mega quake. Please.
They declare a state of emergency for a hurricane warning. All it means is it frees up funds for use in clean ups and such. Look up state of emergency. It doesn't necessarily mean catastrophe. Most of the time it's just so governments can shift around funds to deal with clean up. They declared one in north Carolina when a storm washed away a bridge to hatteras island. No life lost no homes destroyed but the bridge was the only link to the mainland so they needed funds to replace it fast. Declare a state of emergency.
We all saw those pictures of broken wine bottles...gosh what a catastrophe.
No chardonnay with dinner tonight dear. OMG NO WINE WHAT WILL WE DO??????
Personally I don't know the governor of California so I can't say if he's a nutter.


Well, they needed assistance for some damage that the area did not have. While it wasn't big according to a 9.0 they had damage. It was "massive" for 25 years in the area, for the area as explained already. More on topic here now-


Stan Deyo, who for over 10 years made earthquake forecasts approaching a 90% accuracy rate using U.S. Naval data, pointed out on April 11 that the Iquique earthquake which struck off the coast of Chile on April 1 had been followed by a series of earthquakes moving north towards the United States, particularly Northern California.

From the Op
What was predicted was the Chile quake which was an 8.2. The California quake came after as the series as expalined.

The 2014 Iquique earthquake struck off the coast of Chile on 1 April, with a moment magnitude of 8.2

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Just wondering since you think it was not a large enough quake of any significance, while they didn't say that but "massive", you feel that it dismisses any of what the video explains? It would have to have been a 9.0 to make his prediction correct? Perhaps they worded it wrong, not my wording, I am just sharing the news. I'd take it up with their site then.
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posted on Aug, 28 2014 @ 08:28 PM
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originally posted by: AutumnWitch657
Let me explain just a bit about the earth quakes in Los Angeles county. . The San Andres is a slip fault. It's pushing up against the other side. That means moving together not pulling apart. Hollywood loves to show big growing cracks in the land to represent quake damage. We should wish that were the case it would release a lot of pressure but that doesn't happen in real life. The plates rub against each other and that causes an earth quake. ply to: dreamingawake



Except for that the warnings are not Hollywood movie explanations. Care to share where these experts align with that?



posted on Aug, 28 2014 @ 08:42 PM
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originally posted by: FlyersFan
The following is my opinion as a member participating in this discussion.

I watched the video .... most of it. To me a 'megaquake' would have to be a 8.0 or higher. And I'm not seeing a general time frame for this prediction. Did anyone see it?

As an ATS Staff Member, I will not moderate in threads such as this where I have participated as a member.


Thanks for your question.
Assuming that it's leading after the Iquique EQ 8.2, any time after that, from now or later. The 6.1 was part of the chain of events. Guessing he'd share updates soon, will post as soon as I catch them.



posted on Aug, 28 2014 @ 09:01 PM
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a reply to: TheLaughingGod
The Big One always being mentioned is supposed to be about 9. It gets brought up everytime there's a significant one in the news. A tsunami risk and volcanoes going off can cause catastrophic damage and death. I thought for Vancouver , near the PNW, where I live, it's every 3-400 Years. So not "overdue" but due. I don't know if Cali is overdue. The last one here caused a tsunami, but the population was lower then. I'm hoping I'm inland enough and on higher ground. I think it can come a 100 miles inland.

After watching the video , I may make a point of not going downtown Vancouver on a full moon.
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posted on Sep, 5 2014 @ 10:13 AM
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originally posted by: dreamfox1

originally posted by: rickymouse
I can even predict that California is going to have a big earthquake pretty soon. If you consider a 6.1 big.


6.1 is kinda big but wait till the 7.5 one happens i say by the end of this week. Area of Cascadia all the way down to Mexicali is were i think it will be next.



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Aug 26 was more than a week ago. Ten days already and woops no quake. Good thing huh?





 
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