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The second is off the west coast of Nth America. I feel most strongly about off the coast of Oregon, but not so strongly that it will be directly west of Eugene as in my previous prediction. Magnitude for this one may not be so great but I would expect over 4.0 on this occasion. Could actually be two or three close together there, both in location and time.
Thats the only thing that can cause the horrible feelings of dread that some of you have felt.
Originally posted by observe50
Last night I saw a word form in my third eye when trying to go off to sleep and I guess it could be a surprise but it isn't because I mentioned it before.
The word, """Hawthorne.""" Not far from you Katt and John Lear spoke of this being a Submarine Base in the middle of the desert, (cough cough
Evidence for Deep Magma Injection Beneath Lake Tahoe, Nevada-California
Kenneth D. Smith,1* David von Seggern,1 Geoffrey Blewitt,1,2 Leiph Preston,1 John G. Anderson,1 Brian P. Wernicke,3 James L. Davis4
A deep earthquake swarm in late 2003 at Lake Tahoe, California (Richter magnitude < 2.2; depth of 29 to 33 kilometers), was coeval with a transient displacement of 6 millimeters horizontally outward from the swarm and 8 millimeters upward measured at global positioning system station Slide Mountain (SLID) 18 kilometers to the northeast. During the first 23 days of the swarm, hypocentral depths migrated at a rate of 2.4 millimeters per second up-dip along a 40-square-kilometer structure striking north 30° west and dipping 50° to the northeast. SLID's transient velocity of 20 millimeters per year implies a lower bound of 200 nanostrains per year (parts per billion per year) on local strain rates, an order of magnitude greater than the 1996 to 2003 regional rate. The geodetic displacement is too large to be explained by the elastic strain from the cumulative seismic moment of the sequence, suggesting an aseismic forcing mechanism. Aspects of the swarm and SLID displacements are consistent with lower-crustal magma injection under Lake Tahoe.
The seismograms are plotted as a function of distance with stations close to the earthquake at the top and more distant stations plotted at the bottom. Zero time corresponds to the origin time of the earthquake.