I follow that site, but he is wrong more often than not. He 'guaranteed' a large quake hit the Salton sea area last week and nothing happened.
If nothing happens with this prediction, he'll just repeat again in a few weeks.
I agree with the people above. These are old charts that were saying there was going to be an earthquake in Cali on the 188 day mark or whatnot. I
think it was supposed to be on the 13th or 15 of Sept that these charts were used. They are really pretty charts.
yes I've noticed he has been screaming threats for the past couple months, that's how long I've been following him, and looking back through his
tweets he has been screaming his warnings for longer than that
Eventually he'll be right, but I don't know if that's out of coincidence or an actual prediction! Think is more than likely to be out of
I haven't found one of his "prediction" to be true or to have happened, so I guess I answered my own question.
I am not associated with the USGS.
I do not work with the USGS.
Quakeprediction.com The main method we use to make our earthquake forecasts is based on thermal temperature changes caused by kinetic
frictional heating of the tectonic plates.
Here are a few other methods we have tried listed below; Moon phases
Thermal temperature changes
Satellite earthquake clouds
ULF or Ultra Low Frequency sounds
Water temperature changes
The charts look like the ones I did in geology, having to colour in the different ages of rock strata!!
IRIS seismic monitor (if that's credible enough) only shows a 4.0 on the 13th september and a 4.2 on the 14th september, however the California
Nevada Fault map shows a total of 416 earthquakes in the last week and 2 in the last hour. www.iris.edu... earthquake.usgs.gov...
Bad news if it does happen but it would be truly impressive to understand how this conclusion was reached
Glass of gin, cigarette time
I can't believe that he includes human behavior on his list. I can see the animal behavior, I recall this has been an indicator in the past but
humans? I personally believe humans are to "living in the now". Interesting.
Got to agree with you. People have become perhaps desensitised to the natural environment as we have very little to fear, except each other and the
dangers that the physical/natural environment poses. So, is it plausible to look to our furry/feathered friends to warn us of impending doom, learn
from them or perhaps relearn a skill that has long been forgotten?
The maps seem to be projected, but done in hand and marker?
Source for your data is www.quakeprediction.com... but, you would think GIS software would be more accurate than hand drawn maps. I believe, hand
drawn maps are subjective and can skew data.
watching Curiosity (recorded) last night and Samuel L Jackson tells me its more likely California will get hit with a biblical superstorm called an
Arkstorm that dumps insane amounts of rain for a month or more - something like a 10% chance in the next 50 years
it went on to list an asteroid impact, a massive tsunami wiping out the east coast, an EQ in the midwest, and yellowstone erupting
the odds were kind of weird at that point.... they were talking about chances being "1 in 20 in our childrens lifetimes" - 1 in 20 what? I don't
the only thing that annoys me really, is I've been hearing this since I was in elementary school about my lifetime - and my life is almost over
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