A M2.8 earthquake struck 19 miles SSW of Pecos, Texas at 3:29AM today on January 15th, 2012.
This earthquake struck approximately "9-12" hours after detection of the signal disappearing. Distance to this earthquake from this location is
approximately 565 miles. Visual detection of secondary epicenter was just south of West.
The last similar earthquake was a M2.5 which struck 3 miles NW of Snyder, Texas on December 29th, 2012; approximately "16 hours" after the release at
a distance of approximately 400 miles from this location.
Detection of the release gives plenty of time for a successful evacuation if a large earthquake were detected using piezoseismology.
The distance is no problem in detecting since detection is secondary, not primary. The location is no problem because detection was never mobile in
either case, it was secondary, so a guesstimate of location is always given. Both of the last two times the earthquake struck in Texas and at about
the same angle from Hutch.
Hutch was not the secondary epicenter in either instance, but detection was taken from Hutch within 20 feet of a very busy highway both times.
Highway traffic doesn't bother the piezoseismic system at that distance.
The main scientific question is: is why did the farthest earthquake (565 miles away) occur only approximatley 9-12 hours after release strike sooner
than the earthquake (approximatley 16 hours) that was 400 miles away?
The Denver earthquake struck approximately 18 hours after the release at a distance of approximately 400 miles.
The Texas earthquakes were approximately 180 miles apart.
A very, very important, and I mean a very, very, very important thing to remember is that all three of the earthquakes lay on a straight line!!!!!!!!
The Cromwell, Oklahoma earthquake was detected first before it struck, then movement along a straight line to the SW occurred were an earthquake was
detected before it struck near Snyder, Texas, and then more movement to the SW along the straight line occurred were an earthquake was detected before
it struck near Pecos, Texas.
The main thing is, that the earthquakes are determinable to strike from a secondary epicenter slow earthquake that releases its energy without quaking
in the commonly known manner. This gives plenty of time for evacuation in case a large epicenter is detected somewhere growing to monstrous
The amount of time from the above texts shows that even here in the center of the USA there is almost a days advance notice of a strike, (so far a
minimum of nine hours advance warning before a strike), before it occurs.
You won't need my guestimates of where its going to strike, because mobile systems can pinpoint the exact locations. I don't get out and move my
piezoseismic system around since I only use one, and I have already proved how easy that was years ago. Now... all we need are some ready, able and
willing people to get out there and start mapping all of the other sites, using piezoseismic mobile units.
Glass underlayment, cubed mapping.
edit on 15-1-2012 by RussianScientists because: (no reason given)