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Originally posted by freedish
reply to post by ADUB77
I think your title is a little bit misleading...I clicked on it thinking there
was a legit earthquake warning from the government...
Maybe you should change it to "2011 Eastern United States Earthquake Prediction"?
We don't rest on a fault line here in the Eastern US.
And I think the Madrid thing is bogus.
...Sorry to downplay your prediction though, there is a bit of truth to it...
Thanks for the info anyways.edit on 29-1-2011 by freedish because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by tsawyer2
I think what the OP is saying here are two things:
1. Since 1755 and present, the average time between Eastern US Earthquakes has been surpassed.
2. In each of the years there has been an Eastern US Earthquake, there has been a major one somewhere else on the planet.
Therefore, He predicts an Eastern US Earthquake is fairly imminent.
I will need to do some research on this, but with only those two facts, there is no science here, just coincidence.
Now, there are several fairly large faults in the eastern half of the US besides the well known Madrid and Charleston ones.
The Ramapo Fault Line runs through PA, NJ and NY and could cause an earthquake between 6 and 7 although it is an inactive fault line. Growing up in NJ we had several little quakes caused by this fault, nothing more than the china rattling in the cabinet, but something to think about nonetheless.edit on 29-1-2011 by tsawyer2 because: typo
Originally posted by ADUB77
I am not sure if mathmatics is considered science? However, the statistics are not lying, making this not just a coincidence
Your points 1 and 2 are correct and therefore this claim should be taken seriously, hence the NLE taking place in May