posted on May, 10 2004 @ 03:52 AM
Good article, much more on site including heaps of comments from readers...
Don't buy anything there before 2005
Earlier this year, a Russian geophysicist named Vladimir Keilis-Borok, who currently works at UCLA, shook up the scientific world by predicting that a
major earthquake will hit southern California before Sept. 5, 2004. Ordinarily, such claims are dismissed out of hand by the scientific community, but
Keilis-Borok's team successfully predicted two other major earthquakes in 2003. Then in March, the California Earthquake Prediction Evaluation
Council (CEPEC) issued a report which states that, while not yet fully substantiated, the methodology behind the prediction is legitimate, and the
results are provocative. CEPEC recommended that all existing earthquake preparedness plans be reviewed.