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Another 7.0 + Earthquake will hit Japan anytime from today till the 20th.

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posted on May, 16 2012 @ 10:15 AM
I have been following Live Earthquake Map website for the past year or so, every five min I update to see if any earthquakes occurred. I saw a pattern for Japan, Japan usually gets a magnitude 5.0- 5.6 every few hours. What I have noticed today was the last Earthquake happened was on

USGS Near The East Coast Of Honshu, Japan May 15 16:00 PM 4.8 73.8 -- Time is UTC

I think the pattern is that if those normal quakes mag 5.0 keep happening it release the energy build up in the plates, but if this smaller earthquake stop , this energy builds up and boom a big one occurs.

Link shows all the latest Earthquakes :

Past 14 hours no activity around the Honshu, Japan region .

Lets hope a small earthquake happens and release the energy build up, if the energy is not released, the energy will be getting bigger and bigger and yeah a big earthquake as a result.

May 20th is also the day for the eclipse and sun pleaides and Earth alignment. The eclipse will start from or around Japan region to the west coast of US. Reactor 4 is on the edge of collapse. If a earthquake mag 7.0+ occurs, god knows what will happen.

I will keep posting any earthquake activity on Japan.

posted on May, 16 2012 @ 10:17 AM
I've been here eight years and in all that time I've only seen one earthquake prediction actually happen. It was the 188 cycle earthquake prediction a few months back. Every other one has been totally wrong. Well .. anyways ... goodluck with the prediction.

posted on May, 16 2012 @ 10:18 AM
It's true! If it's all calm then surely something big happens.

I saw this happen when the last big quake happened. I was looking at the earthquake map and thought ... Hmmm everything's really quiet and then the next day we had a biggie!

Lets hope the prediction is wrong and nothing happens. They've had enough happen to them already.

posted on May, 16 2012 @ 10:26 AM
the calm before the storm

posted on May, 16 2012 @ 10:37 AM
Looking at other predictions you've made in the past, I'd say you need more practise.
But keep going, by chance alone you'll get one right eventually.

November 2011

sunspot 1339 ... going to unleash a very powerful burst around 7-10 x. Either tonight or in the next 2 day time frame we should expect some activity strong one.

November 2011

I have a strange feeling towards the date Nov 25,11 as something is going to happen, something like a natural disaster or beginning of a war.

December 2011

Thread for 11/11/11 US ET timezone,15 min to 11:11
we are shifting from Pisces and into aquarain age from today, so that's the reason I believe something will happen. Maybe not today, but during the next few days changes will start to occur.

February 2012

and now I feel like Israel will strike soon, instead of April, they will have to strike ASAP

March 2012

Massive Sunspot & Flare can trigger a massive Earthquake in the coming week.

posted on May, 16 2012 @ 10:54 AM
reply to post by alfa1

They are not all predictions, they are mostly dealing with solar flares.

posted on May, 16 2012 @ 02:50 PM
19 hrs now and no earthquake for japan yet

posted on May, 16 2012 @ 05:07 PM
Yeah! Freaky that!

Normally they have one every few hours!!!

posted on May, 16 2012 @ 06:09 PM
reply to post by storm2012

Prov,Date/Time UTC,Latitude,Longitude,Magnitude,Depth(Km),Location
jmo,2012-05-16 16:40:00, 34.000, 135.200, 2.8, 10.0, Wakayama-Ken Hokubu
jmo,2012-05-16 15:59:00, 40.700, 140.500, 3.7, 10.0, Aomori-Ken Tsugaru-Hokubu
jmo,2012-05-16 02:06:00, 40.700, 140.500, 2.9, 10.0, Aomori-Ken Tsugaru-Hokubu


You might want to keep an eye on the Japanese site rather than Global Incident

By the way, although it may be many years before Japan finally settles down after the big earthquake you should bear in mind that before that, for the East coast of Honshu and up to Hokkaido, the number of Magnitude 6-6.9 quakes was ~3 per year, of magnitude 7-7.9 quakes was ~1 every three years and Magnitude 8 - 8.9 was ~1 every 30 years or so.

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