36 Hour Earthquake Warning for the Los Angeles Basin & Salton Sea. 7.7 Earthquake Likely

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posted on Sep, 28 2011 @ 04:57 PM
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twitter.com...#!/Quakeprediction

Quakeprediction Earthquake Forecasts
10 hour earthquake warning for Los Angeles basin & Salton Sea. 7.9 earthquake likely to hit near the Salton Sea; quakeprediction.com
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Quakeprediction Earthquake Forecasts
EXTREMELY DANGEROUS EARTHQUAKE SITUATION NEAR THE SALTON SEA. Please have extra food, gas, water, cash, flashlight, emergency kit ready*
28 minutes ago

Seems he is going to go with this one till the now 10 hours is up, then we'll start all over again!




posted on Sep, 28 2011 @ 05:41 PM
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This guy is just trying to make money off the people he's scaring. He promotes survival and emergency kits as well as freeze dried food on his website...I'm sure he is profiting from this..Week after week, after week..
Yes Cali will probably have the "Big One" (Eventually) some day, today, tomorrow, next week, months or years from now. Predicting earthquakes is hard even with all the new scientific research and new tests. I mean really, the freakin weather man can't even predict if its going to rain half the time, and leaves us guessing. Because there is a chance of rain he says...ugggg "A Chance!" (says me from texas who wants the rain)

Stay chill Cali, it ain't all that..Use to live there by the way and it takes a lot to scare Californians about earthquakes. It is everyday normal to them/us.

This geek is makin cash!! Like many others these days.
www.quakeprediction.com...



posted on Sep, 28 2011 @ 05:49 PM
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At the end of it all, Frankie publicly cancelled the disasterous 'Earthquake Warning.' weeks later and what Frankie says is so.
The west coast is safe from tremor related disasters for a long long time.

I think he is sweet getting out there and trying. You know he must have been the ultimate bully magnet in school.



posted on Sep, 28 2011 @ 08:59 PM
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AGAIN!!



And New Zealand and England and New York and China and Japan and Russia and Korea and Spain and Canada and Mexico and Peru and Africa and Oh hell everywhere else to. Didn't you here it's going to take our breath away....



posted on Sep, 28 2011 @ 09:11 PM
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I really think you guys might want to think about the Sierra Madre fault.


Using sophisticated computer modeling, researchers from the U.S. Geological Survey found that a large earthquake along the northern region of the San Jacinto fault could trigger a cascading rupture of the Sierra Madre-Cucamonga system, potentially causing a major earthquake of magnitude 7.5 to 7.8 near the Los Angeles metropolitan region.


news.nationalgeographic.com...

The two branches of the Sierra Madre Fault shown here. The solid line near the circled "24" is the southern branch while the northern branch is the dashed line near the circled "25". (in "Recent Reverse Faulting in the Transverse Ranges, California", Crook, et al., 1987, USGS Professional Paper 1339)



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ost people are not aware that the landers quake was predicted internally by the USGS, approximately 30 days ahead of time, and notices circulated internally, 7 hours prior to its rupture. (I can post the notice that we received shortly). Although we had been studying the area since a 6.1 earthquake occurred a few months earlier near Joshua Tree, CA, an earthquake in Sierra Madre, CA that registered 5.8 in 1991 steered the research for the Landers/Big Bear sequence. The Sierra Madre fault system seemed to be capable of a much larger earthquake, however we hadn’t had opportunity to do extensive excavation or radiocarbon dating on the fault system as the entire region had been becoming increasingly active. That said, we had very new research that indicated the possibility of an impending sequence of larger earthquakes in the region, possibly on the Sierra Madre fault. (The fault has since been confirmed to be capable of producing an earthquake of up to 7.9, tied with a “multiple fault rupture” sequence). This all leads to the present day when programs between the USGS and NASA such as SESWG, GESS, InSARS, and LIDAR have provided a plethora of information that has changed the landscape of geology. No one in the geology community will ever commit to terming a forecast as a “prediction” however in short; this is what we are now able to do with a precision unmatched in modern science. As recently as five years ago, the prevailing thought was that we were only able to forecast long-term events, and at best, provide “possible” or “plausible” magnitudes. However, over the last five years, this has changed. Looking back at the Landers/Big Bear sequence, coupled with what we now know the Sierra Madre quake is capable of, what was once only a 7-hour prediction has now developed into a more precise short-term plausibility based on the advent of space geodesy, (deformation measuring), which has enabled major advances in understanding the deforming crust and, more precisely, atmospheric monitoring. Please research this technology and know, although I cannot give you any specific current data, these are the programs we are using now and the data is shockingly convincing. As I’ve mentioned to look for increasingly obvious programing and PSA’s over the next month, I’ve provided a benchmark for my credibility. Tomorrow nigh KLCS is running and entire program, live, entitled “TOTALLY UNPREPARED”. Please watch it as this is what I’m referring to. I’m not sure how to be more vulnerable here to make my point. Obviously, I cannot reveal my true identity and I would ask those of you who are trying to expose me to redirect your attention to spreading the word.
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posted on Sep, 29 2011 @ 12:40 AM
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Okay...just whoa
.... WTF Man? I just have a few things I need to ask and say:

1. I appreciate this thread
2. When did earthquakes become predictable?
3. This prediction is based on what?
4. Am I missing something here?

I have a concern as I live in Los Angeles County. I mean what gives? Who's making these predictions? I clicked the links in OP and all there is, is a bunch of charts/maps with numbers and X's...what's going on around here? Normally, I'm not an easy person to scare but $h!t, a 7.7 prediction!!!! That would be devastating to LA.

Can someone help me understand this prediction and tell me what it's based on...I'm getting a lil' freaked out by this one. Also, it "coincidentally" is in line with another members thread (I will have to find it) that talks about the latest Big EQ's being 188 days apart or something like that. Hopefully, someone else out there knows the thread and can post the link. Is it really 188 days since 4/11/11?

I gotta go calm down now....I'll be back when I get myself off panic mode. I....I....I can't take too much more of this "Heads Up" crap. No disrespect to the author of this thread...I'm just saying.

I'm so confused right now


ETA
Okay, I just caught myself panicking....what's up with ATS lately...it's like every headline is doom and gloom (not this one necessarily) around here lately...why? Seems there's some kind of programming being attempted/tested on ATS or maybe I'm really going crazy-------> rant off.
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posted on Sep, 29 2011 @ 02:16 AM
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Nothing like more fear mongering. There has been an earthquake about every other day or so.
Not much of a prediction.

My prediction is that there will be a 5.0 to 6.4 in Alaska in the next 48 hours. Bet I'm right and your wrong.



posted on Sep, 29 2011 @ 03:56 AM
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Ugh, I think before there's any more speculation, JUST LOOK AT THE TWITTER FEED.

Eventually, sure, he'll be right... but he's been saying "22 hour warning" and "110 hour warning" for MONTHS on Twitter.

This is just rubbish. It's like predicting the end of the world. It's gonna happen, one day, but no one knows when. I wish people would stop paying attention to these websites and twitter feeds that try to predict the unpredictable...



posted on Sep, 29 2011 @ 06:17 PM
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Nothing...Nada...Zilch? No one (OP) to explain where or who is making this prediction? Not even from the author? It's not a good look to "ignore" a question or questions asked when it's your thread. You have relayed a claim/message/prediction and I have asked valuable questions...why can't you answer? As a person who has interest as I live in Los Angeles/So Cal, it seems viable for you to offer some sort of explanation. After all, you authored...it's your thread....claims forwarded by you.

Author...any assistance? You had me at hello but......
I'm just trying to understand. I don't want to get trapped under a freeway or crushed by a bridge on my way to work in the coming days.
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posted on Oct, 11 2011 @ 11:45 PM
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When I read this crap by Keven Doyel on Facebook about the USGS predicting the Landers earthquake before it happened, I had to laugh. Here is his quote:

"most people are not aware that the landers quake was predicted internally by the USGS, approximately 30 days ahead of time, and notices circulated internally, 7 hours prior to its rupture. (I can post the notice that we received shortly). Although we had been studying the area since a 6.1 earthquake occurred a few months earlier near Joshua Tree, CA, an earthquake in Sierra Madre, CA that registered 5.8 in 1991 steered the research for the Landers/Big Bear sequence. The Sierra Madre fault system seemed to be capable of a much larger earthquake, however we hadn’t had opportunity to do extensive excavation or radiocarbon dating on the fault system as the entire region had been becoming increasingly active. That said, we had very new research that indicated the possibility of an impending sequence of larger earthquakes in the region, possibly on the Sierra Madre fault. (The fault has since been confirmed to be capable of producing an earthquake of up to 7.9, tied with a “multiple fault rupture” sequence). This all leads to the present day when programs between the USGS and NASA such as SESWG, GESS, InSARS, and LIDAR have provided a plethora of information that has changed the landscape of geology. No one in the geology community will ever commit to terming a forecast as a “prediction” however in short; this is what we are now able to do with a precision unmatched in modern science. As recently as five years ago, the prevailing thought was that we were only able to forecast long-term events, and at best, provide “possible” or “plausible” magnitudes. However, over the last five years, this has changed. Looking back at the Landers/Big Bear sequence, coupled with what we now know the Sierra Madre quake is capable of, what was once only a 7-hour prediction has now developed into a more precise short-term plausibility based on the advent of space geodesy, (deformation measuring), which has enabled major advances in understanding the deforming crust and, more precisely, atmospheric monitoring. Please research this technology and know, although I cannot give you any specific current data, these are the programs we are using now and the data is shockingly convincing. As I’ve mentioned to look for increasingly obvious programing and PSA’s over the next month, I’ve provided a benchmark for my credibility. Tomorrow nigh KLCS is running and entire program, live, entitled “TOTALLY UNPREPARED”. Please watch it as this is what I’m referring to. I’m not sure how to be more vulnerable here to make my point. Obviously, I cannot reveal my true identity and I would ask those of you who are trying to expose me to redirect your attention to spreading the word."






The USGS and the guy that made the colored maps don't know squat about earthquake dynamics before they strike. The USGS never knows when an earthquake is going to strike. A large one struck right under the USGS and knocked out their equipment, that is how prepared they are. Satellites aren't needed in detecting earthquakes before they strike, and data gathered from satellites is erroneous as gathering data about animals detecting earthquakes before they strike.

Piezoseismic systems detect all magnitudes of earthquakes before they strike. More than likely the US government will be crushed when a large earthquake finally strikes a major city in the USA and kills thousands of people due to neglect by the USGS and the Department of the Interior. Let's face it, destructive earthquakes that strike anywhere in the civilized world "can't" strike without being detected well in advance when using piezoseismology. The USGS doesn't use piezoseismic systems because they are ignorant of how to detect earthquakes before they strike. The USGS doesn't know what a piezoseimsic system consists of, simply because they have never seen one.

Who ever the quack is that keeps making those predictions about "36 Hour Earthquake Warning for the Los Angeles Basin and Salton Sea. 7.7 Earthquake likely" should be prosecuted. Simply because he or she doesn't have any scientific basis or scientific knowlegde of that being a fact, when in fact it will be false.
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posted on Jun, 28 2012 @ 05:04 PM
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Just wanted to put something on everyone's radar. There is an article that is coming out in August 2012 issue of Geophysical Research Letters regarding new research on what's called "Spacequakes". In short, it's not a prediction tool, but the proof copy I have read definitely tries to loosely correlate Spacequakes to seismic activity on the earth's surface. I won't get into too much detail about Spacequakes, but you can google the topic and see previous articles.

In short, this new article points to a "supercharged increase" in solar activity and sunflares, unlike any period of time they have recorded previously. As such, due to the correlation between Space and Surface quakes (true or not), some prominent Geophysicist's are connecting the dots and indicating a high probability of major seismic activity in early to late fall 2012, pointing to key regions along the ring-of-fire. It's interesting, because the Spacequakes have a "directional" impact on certain regions, allowing to greater pinpoint higher risk areas.

Again, just passing along the info. As soon as I get a copy of the article that can be posted, I will. Don't want to break copyright laws.



posted on Jun, 28 2012 @ 07:02 PM
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Hey Op. We will see how your predictions turns out. I live in Los Angeles, if something happens (and I'm not dead by then) I will definitely update. And if nothing happens will just have to add you to the "fail doom porn directors" list.



posted on Jul, 12 2012 @ 04:25 PM
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Just giving more input. This is from an organization called Global Weather Oscillations, inc. They have, by far, the most comprehensive methods of studying and forecasting earthquakes. This is further proof that predicting EQ's is relatively impossible. Here's their latest data/forecast for California:

July 2011 - June 2012 M 7.0 - 8.0= 7 % risk
M 7.0 - 7.4= 5 % risk
M 7.5 - 8.0= 2 % risk

July 2012 - June 2013 M 7.0 - 8.0= 30 % risk
M 7.0 - 7.4= 20 % risk
M 7.5 - 8.0= 10 % risk

July 2013 - June 2014 M 7.0 - 8.0= 75 % risk (highest risk December - March)
M 7.0 - 7.4= 35 % risk (highest risk December - March)
M 7.5 - 8.0= 40 % risk (highest risk December - March)

July 2014 - June 2015 M 7.0 - 8.0= 20 % risk
M 7.0 - 7.4= 10 % risk
M 7.5 - 8.0= 10 % risk

July 2015 - June 2016 M 7.0 - 8.0= 7 % risk
M 7.0 - 7.4= 5 % risk
M 7.5 - 8.0= 2 % risk





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