reply to post by Shenon
The Aegean Sea has a number of quakes. This is the cumulative for the past 365 days
It is building a little at present but that is because this is the time of year in that area where once every three years approximately they have a
bigger earthquake. I am expecting a 7 to 7.5 there sometime before the end of Feb or thereabouts. I did mention this several months ago in QW 2010.
Edit to say:
Mind you I am probably completely wrong!!
edit on 8/1/2011 by PuterMan because: Look here edit
box, I gave the reason above. Are you blind or what?
Further edit to say:
This is the link to my rash statement.
Actually I said
There will be 6 more 7+ and an 8.3 by the end of this year.
between a 6.5 and 7.3 in Greece
so I will stick with that - then I can be slightly less wrong (see below)
There were only 4 x 7+
c0000rxc, 2010-12-21T17:19:40.000Z, 26.892, 143.7257, 7.4, Bonin Islands. Japan region
a00043nx, 2010-10-25T14:42:22.000Z, -3.4841, 100.1138 ,7.7 ,Kepulauan Mentawai region. Indonesia
2010bubv, 2010-09-29T17:11:24.000Z ,-4.9201 ,133.7833 , 7.2 ,near the south coast of Papua. Indonesia
2010atbj, 2010-09-03T16:35:46.000Z, -43.53, 172.12, 7.0, South Island of New Zealand
and no mag 8+
Which only goes to show just how wrong one can be and how difficult it is to 'predict' earthquake and that you should be completely ignoring what I am
edit on 8/1/2011 by PuterMan because: (no reason given)
And yet another edit to say:
Thought you might like this graph from October onwards. Shows the later details better.
edit on 8/1/2011 by PuterMan because: To add the big picture