The MATRIX of 188 - LEY LINES of the 188 DAY Mega-Quake Cycle Discovered & linked to NEW MADRID QUAK

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posted on Mar, 16 2012 @ 09:54 PM
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Before I read the thread I could tell it was all BS by the pictures alone.


Anything with geometrical shapes, earthquakes, and doomsday prediction dates a lot of you buy into. Why? There is NO proof.
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posted on Mar, 16 2012 @ 09:57 PM
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I posted this thread about 3 22 12

www.abovetopsecret.com...

i'm really hoping nothing happens tho. i'm prepared with only about 60,000 calories of food and some drinking water just in case.



posted on Mar, 16 2012 @ 10:16 PM
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Originally posted by stereologist
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Instead of saying nothing at all maybe you'd have something to say about why it is alright to overlook the vast majority of the quakes and pick out a few.

Do you ever look into the claims or do you simply trust those that mislead others?


I don't think your popping the balloon here is a bad thing because I can get so carried away by this stuff and could easily believe this, so thanks for picking at it with a critical eye
I'm wondering though...If there were to be an 8+ on the New Madrid, then what? Are you willing to say straight up "It ain't gonna happen?" Don't get me wrong, I hear where you're coming from with the "Cherry picking" but what would be left if he hit the mark...Coincidence?



posted on Mar, 16 2012 @ 10:17 PM
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I started watching that vid. First red flag, bouncy dance music. Dude takes a long time to get to the point. Second red flag, he mentions creationism.

So then he starts drawing his map. Starts with 4 quakes, starts connecting them, and then he adds in all the other lines seemingly at random, some stopping arbitrarily with no explanation as to what he is doing. He lost me after that.



posted on Mar, 16 2012 @ 10:18 PM
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Sorry, I missed your later post but the simple average of 7+ quakes is 12.9 / yr....

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You made the statement that there are major quakes everyday. Looking at the USGS NEIC data search, starting with 1970 to now (42 yrs) there are 543 Major Quakes (mag 7+) over that time. A simple average, without getting to analyze the data for clusters and spread, that's about one a month (12.9 per yr). So your statement doesn't correlate with discussion. However, until I get time to plot the data, I can't say that the 188 day cycle has anything to it as well.

I am curious what the error bar that the gentlemen who came up with this cycle used, that could make a great deal of difference to the view of the conclusion. For this argument to be falsified, I would say +/- 24 hrs, starting with his Chilean quake date. I'll let you know what I find.

And I just refuse to comment on his "ley lines"... there is always a straight line between any two points....

Cheers,
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posted on Mar, 16 2012 @ 10:27 PM
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For those that don't want to or can't watch the video right now, the theory is that there have been four recent earthquakes, each 188 days apart.



WOW....4 recent earthquakes that have been 188 days apart. So what about the other hundreds of Mag 6+ quakes the Earth gets every year that are not 188 days apart or on these randomly drawn triangles?

Just to link 4 recent quakes is a statistical joke. For a list of big, recent quakes that are not 188 days apart or on random triangles, please see here -

Magnitude 6.9 OFF THE EAST COAST OF HONSHU, JAPAN March 14, 2012
Magnitude 6.7 VANUATU March 09, 2012
Magnitude 4.0 SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA, CALIFORNIA March 05, 2012
Magnitude 6.6 SOUTHEAST OF THE LOYALTY ISLANDS March 03, 2012
Magnitude 6.7 SOUTHWESTERN SIBERIA, RUSSIA February 26, 2012
Magnitude 6.0 OFF THE COAST OF OREGON February 15, 2012
Magnitude 6.4 SOLOMON ISLANDS February 14, 2012
Magnitude 5.6 NORTHERN CALIFORNIA February 13, 2012
Magnitude 6.7 NEGROS - CEBU REGION, PHILIPPINES February 06, 2012
Magnitude 7.1 VANUATU February 02, 2012
Magnitude 6.3 NEAR THE COAST OF CENTRAL PERU January 30, 2012
Magnitude 6.6 SOUTH SHETLAND ISLANDS January 15, 2012
Magnitude 7.2 OFF THE WEST COAST OF NORTHERN SUMATRA January 10, 2012
Magnitude 6.6 SANTA CRUZ ISLANDS January 09, 2012
Magnitude 6.8 IZU ISLANDS, JAPAN REGION January 01, 2012

earthquake.usgs.gov...



posted on Mar, 16 2012 @ 10:28 PM
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The USGS has since done a white-wash campaign to fake the magnitudes and artificially lower them, to keep the public from becoming too worried about the dangers.

Got any evidence for that claim?



posted on Mar, 16 2012 @ 10:34 PM
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Originally posted by stereologist

Since there are big quakes just about every day on Earth...


Could you help me with a link that would show proof of this? I could not find one.



posted on Mar, 16 2012 @ 10:37 PM
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Originally posted by grantbeed
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For those that don't want to or can't watch the video right now, the theory is that there have been four recent earthquakes, each 188 days apart.



WOW....4 recent earthquakes that have been 188 days apart. So what about the other hundreds of Mag 6+ quakes the Earth gets every year that are not 188 days apart or on these randomly drawn triangles?

Just to link 4 recent quakes is a statistical joke. For a list of big, recent quakes that are not 188 days apart or on random triangles, please see here -

Magnitude 6.9 OFF THE EAST COAST OF HONSHU, JAPAN March 14, 2012
Magnitude 6.7 VANUATU March 09, 2012
Magnitude 4.0 SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA, CALIFORNIA March 05, 2012
Magnitude 6.6 SOUTHEAST OF THE LOYALTY ISLANDS March 03, 2012
Magnitude 6.7 SOUTHWESTERN SIBERIA, RUSSIA February 26, 2012
Magnitude 6.0 OFF THE COAST OF OREGON February 15, 2012
Magnitude 6.4 SOLOMON ISLANDS February 14, 2012
Magnitude 5.6 NORTHERN CALIFORNIA February 13, 2012
Magnitude 6.7 NEGROS - CEBU REGION, PHILIPPINES February 06, 2012
Magnitude 7.1 VANUATU February 02, 2012
Magnitude 6.3 NEAR THE COAST OF CENTRAL PERU January 30, 2012
Magnitude 6.6 SOUTH SHETLAND ISLANDS January 15, 2012
Magnitude 7.2 OFF THE WEST COAST OF NORTHERN SUMATRA January 10, 2012
Magnitude 6.6 SANTA CRUZ ISLANDS January 09, 2012
Magnitude 6.8 IZU ISLANDS, JAPAN REGION January 01, 2012

earthquake.usgs.gov...



Would these be considered "Mega Quakes?" Possibly Vanuatu and Sumatra but 6.0 and 5.6's? I thought this guy was talking about big ones. If one were to include the smaller quakes, one could pretty much generate any pattern of numbers no?



posted on Mar, 16 2012 @ 10:45 PM
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Originally posted by MissPoovey
While I would really like to know what the thread is about, without your input, I am not willing to watch a video that is over 23 mins.
So maybe you could give a clue? Tell us about what you think and how that effects the Missourians like me?

Spoken like a true citizen of earth and we wonder why we are doomed.



posted on Mar, 16 2012 @ 10:48 PM
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Just wondering how the 1800 New Madrid fault quakes were set off by those who can create quakes? What methods were they using? Did I just misunderstand your point?



posted on Mar, 16 2012 @ 10:49 PM
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Whats a Mega Quake?

Is it a Quake that kills many?
Is it purely a high Magnitude?
Is it Shallow?
Is it Deep?

The New Zealand Quake referenced in the original post resulted in "ZERO" deaths even though it was shallow., where-as the following year produced a 6.3 which killed well over 100 people.

Anyway, that aside, heres more data that shows there are heaps of other very large quakes that have absolutely nothing to do with this thread -

YEAR/MONTH/DAY MAG -LOCATION

1. 2010 01 03 7.1 Solomon Islands
2. 2010 01 12 7.0 Haiti region
3. 2010 02 26 7.0 Ryukyu Islands, Japan
4. 2010 02 27 8.8 Offshore Bio-Bio, Chile
5. 2010 02 27 7.4 Off the Coast of Bio-Bio, Chile
6. 2010 03 11 7.0 Libertador O'Higgins, Chile
7. 2010 04 04 7.2 Baja California, Mexico
8. 2010 04 06 7.8 Northern Sumatra, Indonesia
9. 2010 05 09 7.2 Northern Sumatra, Indonesia
10. 2010 05 27 7.2 Vanuatu
11. 2010 06 12 7.5 Nicobar Islands, India region
12. 2010 06 16 7.0 Near the North Coast of Papua, Indonesia
13. 2010 07 18 7.3 New Britain region, P.N.G.
14. 2010 07 23 7.3 Moro Gulf, Mindanao, Philippines
15. 2010 07 23 7.6 Moro Gulf, Mindanao, Philippines
16. 2010 07 23 7.4 Moro Gulf, Mindanao, Philippines
17. 2010 08 04 7.0 New Britain Region, P.N.G.
18. 2010 08 10 7.3 Vanuatu
19. 2010 08 12 7.1 Ecuador
20. 2010 09 03 7.0 South Island of New Zealand
21. 2010 09 29 7.0 Near the South Coast of Papua, Indonesia
22. 2010 10 25 7.8 Kepulauan Mentawai region, Indonesia
23. 2010 12 21 7.4 Bonin Islands, Japan region
24. 2010 12 25 7.3 Vanuatu region

earthquake.usgs.gov...

That was just 2010, if you look at every other year i'm sure you will find many, many huge quakes that dont tie in with any triangles and 188 day cycles.



posted on Mar, 16 2012 @ 10:51 PM
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Originally posted by Shadow Herder

Originally posted by MissPoovey
While I would really like to know what the thread is about, without your input, I am not willing to watch a video that is over 23 mins.
So maybe you could give a clue? Tell us about what you think and how that effects the Missourians like me?

Spoken like a true citizen of earth and we wonder why we are doomed.


Way too funny...Well seen!



posted on Mar, 16 2012 @ 10:51 PM
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Here is a link to the USGS Data page, select the database you want, enter the output format and enter your search parameters and you should be good to go!

earthquake.usgs.gov...



posted on Mar, 16 2012 @ 10:56 PM
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Originally posted by LetsGoViking
reply to post by PulsusMeusGallo

Here is a link to the USGS Data page, select the database you want, enter the output format and enter your search parameters and you should be good to go!

earthquake.usgs.gov...


Thanks!

I don't see the "big quakes daily" as claimed by stereologist so that is that!



posted on Mar, 16 2012 @ 10:58 PM
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This is a really interesting thing...... It's almost like clockwork. O.o
I'm worried.
I'm in Northern California and have been feeling like there's a quake coming. We know it's long due..........
Thanks for your post. Keep us updated on location/time/ect!



posted on Mar, 16 2012 @ 11:01 PM
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Not really clockwork if you look at more than just 4 quakes. To even say that is kind of insulting to the hundreds of scientists who make it their job to study Earthquakes and the prediction of them. If its such clockwork then where was this guy before our devastating earthquake here in Christchurch last year?

1. 2010 01 03 7.1 Solomon Islands
2. 2010 01 12 7.0 Haiti region
3. 2010 02 26 7.0 Ryukyu Islands, Japan
4. 2010 02 27 8.8 Offshore Bio-Bio, Chile
5. 2010 02 27 7.4 Off the Coast of Bio-Bio, Chile
6. 2010 03 11 7.0 Libertador O'Higgins, Chile
7. 2010 04 04 7.2 Baja California, Mexico
8. 2010 04 06 7.8 Northern Sumatra, Indonesia
9. 2010 05 09 7.2 Northern Sumatra, Indonesia
10. 2010 05 27 7.2 Vanuatu
11. 2010 06 12 7.5 Nicobar Islands, India region
12. 2010 06 16 7.0 Near the North Coast of Papua, Indonesia
13. 2010 07 18 7.3 New Britain region, P.N.G.
14. 2010 07 23 7.3 Moro Gulf, Mindanao, Philippines
15. 2010 07 23 7.6 Moro Gulf, Mindanao, Philippines
16. 2010 07 23 7.4 Moro Gulf, Mindanao, Philippines
17. 2010 08 04 7.0 New Britain Region, P.N.G.
18. 2010 08 10 7.3 Vanuatu
19. 2010 08 12 7.1 Ecuador
20. 2010 09 03 7.0 South Island of New Zealand
21. 2010 09 29 7.0 Near the South Coast of Papua, Indonesia
22. 2010 10 25 7.8 Kepulauan Mentawai region, Indonesia
23. 2010 12 21 7.4 Bonin Islands, Japan region
24. 2010 12 25 7.3 Vanuatu region

earthquake.usgs.gov...
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posted on Mar, 16 2012 @ 11:01 PM
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I don't think your popping the balloon here is a bad thing because I can get so carried away by this stuff and could easily believe this, so thanks for picking at it with a critical eye I'm wondering though...If there were to be an 8+ on the New Madrid, then what? Are you willing to say straight up "It ain't gonna happen?" Don't get me wrong, I hear where you're coming from with the "Cherry picking" but what would be left if he hit the mark...Coincidence?

Quakes of the magnitude are very rare in the US outside of the Pacific coast area.

There are several things we know about big quakes. They are not easily predicted. Small quakes are not safety valves releasing energy. Small quakes are not an indicator that a larger quake is coming. Quakes along one fault are not connected to quakes at a distant fault. Large quakes are not affected by other celestial objects. An 8+ quake happens around once a year in the world. The New Madrid area is hit by big quakes every 400 to 1000 years.

The above unorganized pile of facts just lists why it is unlikely that there would be a large quake of 8+ on the New Madrid fault. It also suggests why the speculated connections between quakes used are not there.

This claim is extremely unlikely to be correct since it conjures up an unrealistic set of ideas as a basis.



posted on Mar, 16 2012 @ 11:07 PM
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Aside from the fact that these "ley lines" have been misrepresented by being plotted on a two dimensional representation of our three dimensional planet, this is surely an interesting topic. However it appears that he likes to bend and warp information to fit snugly into his theory. Three different random "fluctuations," that allow for SOME mega-quakes to deviate from the supposed "pattern," that he never even bothers to explain. Also, a few of the quakes were admittedly a day or two off of his 188 day pattern, etc.. Not much of a pattern if it doesn't actually repeat itself, is it? Oh, and it also appears that he entirely forgot about the many, many other (large) quakes that didn't fall anywhere near his 188 day cycle. Unless those are just part of another cycle full of random numbers and fluctuations that we just haven't figured out yet?


Cheers



posted on Mar, 16 2012 @ 11:07 PM
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The USGS lists 7+ quakes at 18 per year.
earthquake.usgs.gov...

They also list 152 quakes 6+ or better a year.
They also list 1500 quakes a year at 5 or better.

Your average of about 13 a year is low by 5 7 or better quakes a year.





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