posted on Mar, 11 2004 @ 08:38 AM
Earthquake prediction for Friday, 3/12 in California
In a rather unusual move, Jack Coles has posted a one day window for a Magnitue 7.0+ earthquake to strike California this Friday.
If you don't know who Jack Coles is, he has shown a remarkable track record in predicting earthquakes based upon precursor signals in the ultra low
radio frequency range. I believe his theory is that quartz and other minerals in the earth's crust begin to fracture just prior to a large quake and
this action somehow emits some type of radio waves.
What is most interesting about Jack's research as of late, is that Jack had been predicting a magnitude 7.0 or larger quake to strike California
between October of 2003 and sometime in January of 2004. If you remember, on December 22 central California had a very powerful earthquake that
measured M 6.4. It would have been easy for Jack to claim that quake has fitting his current prediction, but he said the San Simeon Quake was not the
quake he has been predicting.
You can read more about this prediction at the Syzygy board:
Here is the latest prediction per his messenger posted on March 7:
I spoke to Jack this afternoon following Steve's post of yesterday. Jack has increased the percentage of probablity for his one-day forecast for a
significant earthquake on the West Coast of California from 12% to 27%.
He raised the percentage based on the increased build-up of initial signals. He does not think he has received a main signal although some of the
signals may be originating offshore. If so, the actual echo reading Jack receives from signals are reduced in strength by 25-50% percent. In other
words when a main signal(s) occurs, and if originates offshore (in the water), the echo from the weakened signal may also be minimized. It may come
through as an "initial" signal when in fact it is a "main" signal.
Jack said if he receives additional indicators by March 9th (day four of the initial signal) he will raise the percentage of certainty by March 10th.
He wanted to remind everyone that his forecasts include plus or minus 9-15 hours from sunrise/sunset. Therefore the probable date of the 12th includes
the 11th or 13th depending on the time of day the event takes place.