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2012-03-20 19:02:48.8 35min ago 16.41 N 98.30 W 60 5.1 OAXACA, MEXICO\
2012-03-20 18:35:47.0 1hr 02min ago 16.68 N 98.02 W 60 5.0 OAXACA, MEXICO
2012-03-20 18:22:40.0 1hr 15min ago 16.31 N 98.19 W 63 5.2 OAXACA, MEXICO
my understanding of the claims were always that the 188 cycle 'only' related to large quakes that happen in built up areas and have a major impact on life and or infrastructure.
The bottom line on the 188 day thing is that there has been a big quake every 188 since the 8.8 in S. America.
No one ever said that there would not be any big quakes in between:@
And furthermore, I think the pattern may go back to 1960, or something like that.
Magnitude mb 4.6
Region SOUTHERN GREECE
Date time 2012-03-20 23:51:10.0 UTC
Location 36.01 N ; 24.25 E
Depth 70 km
Distances 372 km SW Izmir (pop 2,500,603 ; local time 01:51:10.0 2012-03-21)
110 km NW Iráklion (pop 137,154 ; local time 01:51:10.0 2012-03-21)
59 km N Khanía (pop 54,565 ; local time 01:51:10.0 2012-03-21)
54 km N Mouzourás (pop 1,462 ; local time 01:51:10.0 2012-03-21)
On another thread they explain a 4,8, and 15 day plus or minus
Originally posted by Nothing5
Don't know if I should be posting this here but I've been curious... Say a 9.0+ (which I hope will never occur) struck near or at the New Madrid fault... How will it affect us in Canada, primarily in Toronto?
The earthquake was felt in 23 states and affected a zone of 580,000 square miles (1,500,000 km2). The shaking extended east to Pennsylvania and West Virginia, south to Mississippi and Alabama, north to Toronto, Canada, and west to Oklahoma. Isolated reports were received from Boston, Mobile, Alabama, Pensacola, Florida, southern Ontario,