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Signs That California May Be Next For Quake?

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posted on Mar, 17 2011 @ 10:26 PM
reply to post by SonOfTheLawOfOne

My dog had been acting weird all day last Friday before the quake. I was even talking about it that afternoon, and just after 9pm PST, she was acting so odd, I actually texted a friend about it, and went over her entire body looking tosee if she was hurt. In the 9 1/2 years I've had her, I've never heard her whine into the air nervously like she was doing that day. I'm on the coast of Southern California. She is half-Husky, and is a service dog who can also predict when I have seizures, although she reacts differently by pawing at me & barking (usually she "ArooRoo's" - if you've ever heard a Husky, you know that's their traditional "voice"). When I seize, she barks beforehand. With the quake, she whined as if hurt. I've never heard her do it, ever. A Seattle organization who uses pets to predict quakes is predicting a massive quake on the West Coast of the USA between the 19th & 26th of this month.

I personally am not sure what to think, but I do know FOR SURE that dogs can predict quakes after having the experience that I did with her last week.

posted on Mar, 19 2011 @ 10:50 AM

Originally posted by Logical one

Originally posted by csgt428
Just in case no one has posted this link yet.....


He has a track record.

edit on 17-3-2011 by csgt428 because: (no reason given)

Did he predict the Japan quake then?

No. I don't think so...He lives in San Fran and seems to concentrate on that area. He predicted the last big one there. Did you actually watch the video I had linked to? He looks at anomalous occurences in the animal kingdom as well as more conventional input.

posted on Mar, 19 2011 @ 11:19 PM
reply to post by Sheigh

Hello friends. This is only my second post here. It is now 9:16 PM PST in San Francisco. We are under a severe storm warning with rain and winds picking up dramatically as the hours go by. But what got me worked up enough to post is that the dogs in my neighborhood are going crazy! Are they sensing something? With the supermoon happening and everything else going on around the world, I have to wonder (nervously) what has them in an uproar.

Is anyone else in California and specifically in the San Francisco Bay area experiencing the same with animals acting unusual?

Will be watching for comments.

posted on Mar, 20 2011 @ 11:26 AM

edit on 3/20/2011 by Ironclad because: (no reason given)

posted on Mar, 20 2011 @ 11:55 AM
Thinking back now, what I noticed during bout 2 days before the quake in Tokyo, was a distinct change in weather/temperatures.

For a few days, it was warm during the day, and then suddenly really cold at night. As if it were going to snow.
Then it would be warm again, and then suddenly cold. Totally unusual for this time of the year.

Total coincidence? Maybe I`m totally wrong, I don`t know...but maybe something worth considering.

posted on Mar, 20 2011 @ 01:49 PM
There has been quite an increase in activity all along the San Andreas in the past 24 hours... it looks like there is some tension building, watch this animation from the USGS: - US - California

Pay closer attention to the San Andreas and the eastern edge of the Pacific plate.

Thoughts anyone? I wonder if anyone has compared the missing pets over the past few days to see if there is an increase in the LA or San Diego area?

edit on 20-3-2011 by SonOfTheLawOfOne because: (no reason given)

posted on Mar, 20 2011 @ 02:09 PM

Originally posted by SonOfTheLawOfOne
There has been quite an increase in activity all along the San Andreas in the past 24 hours... it looks like there is some tension building, watch this animation from the USGS: - US - California

Pay closer attention to the San Andreas and the eastern edge of the Pacific plate.

Thoughts anyone? I wonder if anyone has compared the missing pets over the past few days to see if there is an increase in the LA or San Diego area?

edit on 20-3-2011 by SonOfTheLawOfOne because: (no reason given)

Thanks for updating..I'm still checking this thread.
..lost & found pets, San Diego County

March 16 - 8
March 17 - 9 (including 2 birds and an iguana)
March 18 - 13 (including 2 dogs that ran off together)
March 19 - 13
March 20 - 10 today so far and it's only noon..

There is a pic I will try to upload taken yesterday afternoon of my daughter playing xbox. In a most unusual act, the two housecats (a 2yo Siamese male and a 10yo female tabby, normally very skittish..) are flanking her on both sides of her gaming chair like sentinels. They stayed there for the longest time in a flattened watchful state, with ears forward and not sleeping. Finally the icing on the cake was our normally exuberant 3yo Jack Russell Terrier joining in the middle..he leaned against her for a long time, shaking and shivering (it was not cold)..he actually seemed very scared. He was not even barking at people walking by outside the apartment. Normally when I come to the door, he goes nuts but I walked in and he just put his head down on the floor and whined. All animals have been eating like crazy.
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posted on Mar, 20 2011 @ 03:35 PM
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Not sure if anyone posted this article yet, it happened a few days ago. San Diego Zoo baffled over bite by panda

posted on Mar, 20 2011 @ 03:50 PM
Hey guys, I'm not exactly sure if this is the perfect place for this info, but I assume we're paying attention to geological events in California here. This happened on the 18th.

Landslide in Ventura Co. Ca.

posted on Mar, 20 2011 @ 11:00 PM
Hey guys, i just thought i'd throw my 10 cents in.

I live in Christchurch, New Zealand, the city that has experienced two huge techtonic events in less than six months so i'd like to think i have some experience with quakes. I do agree with the theory, it is only logic that the US is the next to go. Chile had a large quake on the 27th of february 2010, 8.8 offshore. This i believe was the beginning of the shift.

Christchurch was the next to go experiencing a 7.1 on the 4th of September and a 6.3 on the 22nd of last month. Both damaged the city and have caused well over 30 billion dollars worth of damage. New Zealand's building standerds are some of the highest in the world, so this shows the power released.

Japan had a 7.2 on the 9th of march on the same fault that caused the recent devastating Earthquake-Tsunami combo which is another show of the plate moving.

However whilst skimming this thread, i failed to notice anything about hawaii? I do remember seeing on the News about how the vents of a Volcano have moved. Whether this is due to a local event, or the plate shifting enough that the hotspots have moved to a new location, i am not sure. However there is another thread on here which reports the Cascadian plate experiencing earthquakes in recent times. Take from it what you will, but i will put money on the fact that America is next to experience the natural power. I hope that you all stay safe as i do understand how powerful these events are, we are still expecting another large one. I will answer any questions about Earthquakes you have if required

Stay Safe

posted on Mar, 21 2011 @ 03:18 AM
reply to post by SonOfTheLawOfOne

Regarding the dead bees your wife found, here's the reason:

The magnetite embedded in many animal's brains make them sensitive to changes in the magnetic field. When that field is disrupted, some animals go mad. They get lost. Whales beach themselves. Birds desperately soar in confused flight and crash into each other, the ground and buildings.

Sometimes they just fall from the sky and die.

Berkland, a former USGS scientist has an 80 percent success rate predicting significant earthquakes. That's the best in the world and no one else comes close to that record.

FWIW, Berkland predicts an earthquake in the near future along the west coast.

posted on Mar, 21 2011 @ 05:26 AM
If what's been going around decides to come around to So Calif.? As in L.A.? Unlike Japan, things will begin to
spiral out of control almost immediatly. I've always imagined all those people, in the L.A. basin, Orange county,
Riverside and San Berardino county's, trying to get away from the coast at the same time. The 15 fwy up thru cahon pass, out of San Berdo and the 5 fwy out of L.A. unrelenting pandamonium. The fear alone could be catastrophic. If realised with any kind of timing.

posted on Mar, 21 2011 @ 06:28 PM
I've been getting a LOT of dropped calls today on my cell, and not like lost reception where your signal starts to fade or you hear the other person "breaking up" during the call, just straight DROP. I didn't use the phone much yesterday so I can't say if it was happening then or not, but it has been continuously happening today where I've had to call 2 people back 3-4 times each just to finish a short 5 minutes phone call.

I've also been feeling almost a bit sea-sick today if that makes any sense. A loud ringing in my ears with a bit of an off-balance kind of feeling, and It has been coming and going throughout the day.

Anyone else experiencing anything like this today around the west coast area?


posted on Mar, 22 2011 @ 10:38 AM
Yesterday there was a post that gave a prediction of an earthquake that should happen today in California around 4:13 pm; This morning while I was checking to see if there were any more animal strangeness going on and being reported I came across a small article stating that there had in fact been an earthquake that registered 3.3 on the scale and it happened this morning at 5:02 am... I have been looking for the intial post to reply to but this one is basically on the same page..... There is something odd going on and I only hope that everyone stays safe....

posted on Mar, 23 2011 @ 12:13 AM
reply to post by rusethorcain

I have been reading ATS for a few days, but never had anything to add until I read about the toads. Two nights ago the toads in the small pond near our house were (and had been for a few weeks) so noisy I had to keep the windows shut. Tonight they are completely silent. Nothing. I'm sure there could be several explanations for this, but I found it to be curious. Temperature has been relatively warm and stable for over a week. No obvious reason for them not to be out. Just an observation.

I am in the western KY area.

posted on Mar, 23 2011 @ 11:36 PM
'May' is the correct word.

posted on Mar, 23 2011 @ 11:43 PM
reply to post by SonOfTheLawOfOne

been having the same effects here in colton ca .is it normal to have these types of weather changes as well?

posted on Mar, 24 2011 @ 12:36 AM
DUUUDE!!! I posted this same thing in another thread and no one took me seriousl Ive noticed the same thing about the bees just recently I found hundreds of dead bees in my backyard and the ones that were alive were in this weird disoriented state I stomped my boot right next to one that was just lying on the ground sort of just convulsing and it didnt even phase him Ive lived here my whole life and ive never seen anything like it something about it gives me a bad feeling i cant explain it.

There has to be other people in Cali whove noticed this.

posted on Mar, 24 2011 @ 12:50 AM
Another Thing that happened that I would share
After hangin out with my bro and his girlfriend 2 nights ago on the drive home out of nowere i got this feeling of pressere in my head and ears and imediatly felt disoriented the lines of the road made no sense anymore left and right up and down I had to pull over or else i woulda killed someone i ended up taking the freeway home instead of my normal route home it was the craziest thing theres been an ominous dark feeling goin on in socal lately the weather hasnt been helping eather.

posted on Apr, 1 2011 @ 11:16 AM
Hi everyone..!
Reporting from Greece (extremely seismically active country) just so you have information
about other parts of the world as well. After three weeks of a significant increase of the seismic
activity, it's 7 in the afternoon, and we've already had two earthquakes in different parts of Greece,
the first one measuring 5.9 on the Richter scale, and the second one 6.3 on the same scale. Keep
praying that there won't be a third and bigger one... Plus, we have some kind of connectivity
issues, so I couldn't find a link to post, so you can see for yourselves. Sorry about that..!
So, I guess, good luck to us all..!

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