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The events occurred since the last Friday, with two earthquakes of 4.5 magnitude in Richter Scale in California,
Tell me, from where do you obtain Richter magnitudes? Do you calculate them yourself? The Richter scale is no longer used. It has been replaced by the moment magnitude scale.
Since I refer to the magnitudes of the earthquakes on my posts It is perfectly acceptable to use the Richter scale,
The Richter Scale is not commonly used anymore, except for small earthquakes recorded locally, for which ML and Mblg are the only magnitudes that can be measured. For all other earthquakes, the moment magnitude scale is a more accurate measure of the earthquake size.
If you use another measure that is not my problem to be sincere, but please this is a space for a deep and responsible discussion on forecasts, so don't come here to try to lecture on things that are irrelevant just to gain noticeability.