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posted on Aug, 27 2012 @ 03:14 AM
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Originally posted by intergalacticstarsurfer
www.stuff.co.nz...

There is a 7.4 earth quake off the coast of El Salvador

Is Mitchell Coombes going to take credit for predicting this one?




posted on Aug, 27 2012 @ 03:16 AM
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Within 4 days San Fran will be hit.

Hell...I'll give a time...

8/29/12 at 3:30 AM CST.

That's a Wednesday.



posted on Aug, 27 2012 @ 03:23 AM
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Originally posted by SadisticPope
Within 4 days San Fran will be hit.

Hell...I'll give a time...

8/29/12 at 3:30 AM CST.

That's a Wednesday.

Hi Mitch, I knew you were lurking somewhere



posted on Aug, 27 2012 @ 03:27 AM
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Has Mitchel predicted anything recently? He's on my FB friend list but I am avoiding facebook right now because of embarrassing drunken activity on there... I really don't want to read my messages.



posted on Aug, 27 2012 @ 03:27 AM
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Originally posted by hotbread

Originally posted by SadisticPope
Within 4 days San Fran will be hit.

Hell...I'll give a time...

8/29/12 at 3:30 AM CST.

That's a Wednesday.

Hi Mitch, I knew you were lurking somewhere

lol

No..I am not Mitch..nice try though.

Edit: I know you dont like Mitch...I'm just trying to get enough posts to make an actual post...cause I figured something out. But if it makes you feel better..I am Mitch...silly.
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posted on Aug, 27 2012 @ 03:29 AM
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The earthquake swarms happened today in Brawley California will not trigger a big earthquake and it has nothing to do with San Andreas Fault.

This is due to water level at Salton Sea drastically dropping over the past few decades, has reach it critical point and makes the soil at south side of the lake where City of Brawley is located “Compacting”, because of the pressure from the lake dropped.

This is why all earthquake swarms are concentrated in one small area and all in Vertical motion- most of them are shallow quake within 10 to 12 Km in depth.

One measurable effect resulting from the swarms is: the Elevation of Brawley City will drop few inches. I believe USGS is conducting the survey at the moment.

This phenomenon is unique for Salton Sea in California only, it doesn’t happen anywhere in the world.



posted on Aug, 27 2012 @ 03:31 AM
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So a lack of water has started an EQ swarm?



posted on Aug, 27 2012 @ 03:31 AM
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quakes.globalincidentmap.com...
Partial list of quakes

DATE/TIME--------------------------- REGION-----MAGNITUDE--DEPTH(km)----SOURCE
Monday August 27 2012, 08:21:42 UTC Southern California 1.5 22.3 USGS Feed Detail
Monday August 27 2012, 08:19:45 UTC Southern California 1.7 6.3 USGS Feed Detail
Monday August 27 2012, 08:15:20 UTC Southern California 1.7 1.3 USGS Feed Detail
Monday August 27 2012, 08:10:50 UTC Southern California 1.9 5.1 USGS Feed Detail
Monday August 27 2012, 08:08:06 UTC Southern California 1.5 11.3 USGS Feed Detail
Monday August 27 2012, 07:53:37 UTC Southern California 2.5 3.5 USGS Feed Detail
Monday August 27 2012, 07:50:59 UTC Southern California 2.5 13.9 USGS Feed Detail
Monday August 27 2012, 07:39:50 UTC Southern California 2.2 14.0 USGS Feed Detail
Monday August 27 2012, 07:35:18 UTC Southern California 1.5 6.0 USGS Feed Detail
Monday August 27 2012, 07:33:29 UTC Southern California 1.9 13.0 USGS Feed Detail
Monday August 27 2012, 07:32:06 UTC Southern California 3.0 14.9 USGS Feed Detail
Monday August 27 2012, 07:29:34 UTC Southern California 1.5 0.0 USGS Feed Detail
Monday August 27 2012, 07:18:51 UTC Southern California 2.1 10.3 USGS Feed Detail
Monday August 27 2012, 07:13:26 UTC Southern California 1.6 12.4 USGS Feed Detail
Monday August 27 2012, 07:11:13 UTC Southern California 1.6 13.4 USGS Feed Detail
Monday August 27 2012, 07:09:04 UTC Greater Los Angeles 1.1 10.1 USGS Feed Detail
Monday August 27 2012, 07:07:04 UTC Southern California 1.7 0.0 USGS Feed Detail
Monday August 27 2012, 06:53:46 UTC Southern California 1.7 8.9 USGS Feed Detail
Monday August 27 2012, 06:53:38 UTC Southern California 1.8 10.5 USGS Feed Detail
Monday August 27 2012, 06:51:22 UTC Southern California 1.9 10.0 USGS Feed Detail
Monday August 27 2012, 06:47:53 UTC Southern California 2.3 19.7 USGS Feed Detail
Monday August 27 2012, 06:44:32 UTC Baja California 1.7 13.8 USGS Feed Detail
Monday August 27 2012, 06:42:33 UTC Northern California 1.0 0.0 USGS Feed Detail
Monday August 27 2012, 06:38:28 UTC Southern California 1.5 2.7 USGS Feed Detail
Monday August 27 2012, 06:31:27 UTC Southern California 3.4 7.4 USGS Feed Detail
Monday August 27 2012, 06:24:35 UTC Southern California 1.8 13.3 USGS Feed Detail
Monday August 27 2012, 06:06:18 UTC Southern California 1.8 14.0 USGS Feed Detail
Monday August 27 2012, 06:05:17 UTC Southern California 1.6 7.5 USGS Feed Detail
Monday August 27 2012, 06:02:59 UTC Southern California 2.3 15.5 USGS Feed Detail
Monday August 27 2012, 06:00:48 UTC Southern California 1.9 15.4 USGS Feed Detail
Monday August 27 2012, 05:56:03 UTC Southern California 1.7 2.7 USGS Feed Detail
Monday August 27 2012, 05:53:02 UTC Southern California 2.1 5.1 USGS Feed Detail
Monday August 27 2012, 05:47:24 UTC Southern California 3.0 12.3 USGS Feed Detail
Monday August 27 2012, 05:44:56 UTC Southern California 2.4 19.7 USGS Feed Detail
Monday August 27 2012, 05:39:43 UTC Southern California 2.9 14.5 USGS Feed Detail
Monday August 27 2012, 05:24:31 UTC Southern California 4.0 12.4 USGS Feed Detail
Monday August 27 2012, 05:23:22 UTC Gulf of California 5.2 10.1 USGS Feed Detail
Monday August 27 2012, 05:20:51 UTC Southern California 2.9 0.3 USGS Feed Detail
Monday August 27 2012, 05:11:55 UTC Southern California 2.9 3.0 USGS Feed Detail
Monday August 27 2012, 05:11:34 UTC Southern California 2.7 5.3 USGS Feed Detail
Monday August 27 2012, 05:09:05 UTC Southern California 3.7 7.7 USGS Feed Detail
Monday August 27 2012, 05:08:00 UTC Baja California, Mexico 4.1 13.7 USGS Feed Detail
Monday August 27 2012, 05:01:20 UTC Southern California 4.1 5.0 USGS Feed Detail
Monday August 27 2012, 04:59:36 UTC Southern California 4.3 3.5 USGS Feed Detail
Monday August 27 2012, 04:57:03 UTC Southern California 4.0 13.2 USGS Feed Detail
Monday August 27 2012, 04:49:09 UTC Southern California 3.2 3.0 USGS Feed Detail
Monday August 27 2012, 04:46:13 UTC Southern California 3.4 5.0 USGS Feed Detail
Monday August 27 2012, 04:41:37 UTC Southern California 4.9 10.0 CSEM Feed Detail
Monday August 27 2012, 04:41:37 UTC Southern California 4.9 10.2 USGS Feed Detail
Monday August 27 2012, 04:37:39 UTC Sonora, Mexico 2.4 3.6 USGS Feed Detail
Monday August 27 2012, 04:37:00 UTC Southern California 2.2 14.0 USGS Feed Detail
Monday August 27 2012, 04:26:03 UTC Southern California 1.7 12.6 USGS Feed Detail
Monday August 27 2012, 04:24:42 UTC Southern California 2.0 11.8 USGS Feed Detail
Monday August 27 2012, 04:22:52 UTC Southern California 2.3 13.9 USGS Feed Detail
Monday August 27 2012, 04:20:13 UTC Southern California 2.7 12.7 USGS Feed

edit on 8/27/2012 by meticulous because: add info

edit on 8-27-2012 by Springer because: (no reason given)

earthquake.usgs.gov...
quakes.globalincidentmap.com...
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edit on Sun Sep 16 2012 by DontTreadOnMe because: link added



posted on Aug, 27 2012 @ 03:32 AM
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Monday August 27 2012, 04:14:46 UTC Southern California 2.2 12.6 USGS Feed Detail
Monday August 27 2012, 04:11:34 UTC Central California 2.1 0.0 USGS Feed Detail
Monday August 27 2012, 04:09:16 UTC Southern California 2.2 23.2 USGS Feed Detail
Monday August 27 2012, 04:08:17 UTC Southern California 2.2 14.0 USGS Feed Detail
Monday August 27 2012, 04:06:24 UTC Southern California 1.8 14.0 USGS Feed Detail
Monday August 27 2012, 04:03:21 UTC Southern California 1.6 14.0 USGS Feed Detail
Monday August 27 2012, 04:00:31 UTC Southern California 1.9 11.1 USGS Feed Detail
Monday August 27 2012, 03:53:26 UTC Southern California 1.6 8.4 USGS Feed Detail
Monday August 27 2012, 03:52:43 UTC Southern California 1.9 1.7 USGS Feed Detail
Monday August 27 2012, 03:41:40 UTC Southern California 2.5 13.6 USGS Feed Detail
Monday August 27 2012, 03:40:12 UTC Southern California 2.2 11.5 USGS Feed Detail
Monday August 27 2012, 03:39:32 UTC Southern California 2.3 14.4 USGS Feed Detail
Monday August 27 2012, 03:38:43 UTC Southern California 1.8 25.8 USGS Feed Detail
Monday August 27 2012, 03:32:34 UTC Southern California 2.0 14.1 USGS Feed Detail
Monday August 27 2012, 03:29:40 UTC Southern California 2.7 4.5 USGS Feed Detail
Monday August 27 2012, 03:28:29 UTC Southern California 1.9 0.0 USGS Feed Detail
Monday August 27 2012, 03:26:40 UTC Southern California 1.8 0.0 USGS Feed Detail
Monday August 27 2012, 03:22:47 UTC Southern California 2.0 0.6 USGS Feed Detail
Monday August 27 2012, 03:22:09 UTC Southern California 1.9 11.5 USGS Feed Detail
Monday August 27 2012, 03:21:06 UTC Southern California 1.8 1.0 USGS Feed Detail
Monday August 27 2012, 03:18:47 UTC Southern California 2.5 14.5 USGS Feed Detail
Monday August 27 2012, 03:17:02 UTC Southern California 1.8 1.7 USGS Feed Detail
Monday August 27 2012, 03:16:31 UTC Southern California 1.9 10.1 USGS Feed Detail
Monday August 27 2012, 03:12:43 UTC Southern California 2.1 12.4 USGS Feed Detail
Monday August 27 2012, 03:12:08 UTC Southern California 2.1 13.9 USGS Feed Detail
Monday August 27 2012, 03:11:08 UTC Southern California 1.9 11.9 USGS Feed Detail
Monday August 27 2012, 03:08:05 UTC Southern California 1.9 20.0 USGS Feed Detail
Monday August 27 2012, 03:06:22 UTC Southern California 1.7 10.8 USGS Feed Detail
Monday August 27 2012, 03:03:33 UTC Southern California 3.1 13.6 USGS Feed Detail
Monday August 27 2012, 03:00:12 UTC Southern California 2.1 12.8 USGS Feed Detail
Monday August 27 2012, 02:58:49 UTC Southern California 1.9 20.8 USGS Feed Detail
Monday August 27 2012, 02:56:39 UTC Southern California 1.8 5.9 USGS Feed Detail
Monday August 27 2012, 02:54:09 UTC Southern California 1.1 2.1 USGS Feed Detail
Monday August 27 2012, 02:53:15 UTC Southern California 3.2 13.2 USGS Feed Detail
Monday August 27 2012, 02:48:34 UTC Southern California 1.7 39.1 USGS Feed Detail
Monday August 27 2012, 02:47:23 UTC Southern California 2.5 12.6 USGS Feed Detail
Monday August 27 2012, 02:42:52 UTC Baja California, Mexico 1.7 5.0 USGS Feed Detail
Monday August 27 2012, 02:38:30 UTC Southern California 2.3 13.8 USGS Feed Detail
Monday August 27 2012, 02:36:44 UTC Southern California 1.7 0.4 USGS Feed Detail
Monday August 27 2012, 02:32:44 UTC Southern California 1.7 0.0 USGS Feed Detail
Monday August 27 2012, 02:29:59 UTC Southern California 1.9 12.4 USGS Feed Detail
Monday August 27 2012, 02:28:10 UTC Southern California 2.5 14.0 USGS Feed Detail
Monday August 27 2012, 02:20:54 UTC Southern California 2.3 14.3 USGS Feed Detail
Monday August 27 2012, 02:20:45 UTC Southern California 2.3 13.9 USGS Feed Detail
Monday August 27 2012, 02:15:33 UTC Central California 1.9 5.3 USGS Feed Detail
Monday August 27 2012, 02:15:16 UTC Central California 1.8 1.0 USGS Feed Detail
Monday August 27 2012, 02:11:41 UTC Southern California 2.3 1.4 USGS Feed Detail
Monday August 27 2012, 02:10:49 UTC Southern California 2.3 12.6 USGS Feed Detail
Monday August 27 2012, 02:09:37 UTC Southern California 2.2 12.5 USGS Feed Detail
Monday August 27 2012, 02:08:09 UTC Southern California 2.1 12.6 USGS Feed Detail
Monday August 27 2012, 02:04:26 UTC Southern California 1.5 0.2 USGS Feed Detail
Monday August 27 2012, 02:01:08 UTC Southern California 1.8 9.0 USGS Feed Detail
Monday August 27 2012, 01:55:31 UTC Southern California 1.7 15.7 USGS Feed Detail
Monday August 27 2012, 01:52:37 UTC San Francisco Bay area 2.1 9.3 USGS Feed Detail



posted on Aug, 27 2012 @ 03:34 AM
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post removed for serious violation of ATS Terms & Conditions



posted on Aug, 27 2012 @ 03:34 AM
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double post
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posted on Aug, 27 2012 @ 03:41 AM
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It's possible that something is going down, although I'm not a geologist so I'm not sure if multiple earthquakes occuring in the same area is a sign of anything, but I wouldn't take it lightly.



posted on Aug, 27 2012 @ 03:43 AM
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Originally posted by Nimma
The earthquake swarms happened today in Brawley California will not trigger a big earthquake and it has nothing to do with San Andreas Fault.

This is due to water level at Salton Sea drastically dropping over the past few decades, has reach it critical point and makes the soil at south side of the lake where City of Brawley is located “Compacting”, because of the pressure from the lake dropped.

This is why all earthquake swarms are concentrated in one small area and all in Vertical motion- most of them are shallow quake within 10 to 12 Km in depth.

One measurable effect resulting from the swarms is: the Elevation of Brawley City will drop few inches. I believe USGS is conducting the survey at the moment.

This phenomenon is unique for Salton Sea in California only, it doesn’t happen anywhere in the world.


Thanks for the update, still some silly folks are trying to score a prediction win in 4 days



posted on Aug, 27 2012 @ 03:53 AM
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You accused me of being someone else...

Are you not going to talk to me directly?

You are going to look at someone to cover your tracks? I will debate you. You started it. You thought I was Mitch...and had nothing to debate me with...then you quote a post from days ago to legitimize your "argument".

You have nothing. Just like Mitch.......and me.....You have shown nothing. YOU have shown nothing!

It's hard to find you serious..

I can show you how San Fran will have an EQ. You can not show me how they won't. Get out of this thread.
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posted on Aug, 27 2012 @ 03:58 AM
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Originally posted by Wide-Eyes
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Has Mitchel predicted anything recently? He's on my FB friend list but I am avoiding facebook right now because of embarrassing drunken activity on there... I really don't want to read my messages.






HAHAHAHAH Drunkbooking FTW!



posted on Aug, 27 2012 @ 04:03 AM
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If you can- Move Northwest.



posted on Aug, 27 2012 @ 04:08 AM
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Hi there. Let us know how you know that San fran is going to have a EQ. And welcome to ATS.



posted on Aug, 27 2012 @ 04:13 AM
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Originally posted by TravisBickle451
All you silly ducks.

(a) The swarm is good since it'd be better to release energy in burst rather than one single occurrence.
(b) The world is more or less "connected" by tectonic plates. Of course if an event happens in one area, it affects changes to others. So this swarm is not some "omen" of things to come, but rather just natural processes.
(c) No connection to the current tropical storms, RNC, or any of that other non-sense. Purely speculation and attempts by people to connect non-existent dots.
(d) No, this is not any build-up to 2012 "wish lists." There have been stronger and more significant quakes in this area in the past.
(e) All you predicting and feeling "big" things coming, where were you before these quakes? Exactly....


No. I'm sorry but you are incorrect on (a). That is just a myth.

My husband, who went through the big Loma Prieta quake in 1989 indicated that he felt a few small ones two days before the big one hit. Small swarms are not always going to lead to the "big one", but it also doesn't cancel it out either. It's just a myth that small ones keep big ones from happening.


Small earthquakes keep big ones from happening. Each magnitude level represents about 31.6 times more energy released. It takes 32 magnitude 3s to equal the energy released in a magnitude 4, 1,000 magnitude 3s to equal a magnitude 5 … and a billion magnitude 3s to equal a single magnitude 9. So while a small quake may temporarily ease stress on a fault line, it does not prevent a large trembler.


www.consrv.ca.gov...



posted on Aug, 27 2012 @ 04:16 AM
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PLEASE do not make this about Mitchell Coombes again. The thread will get shut down, just like all of the others. Thank you.



posted on Aug, 27 2012 @ 04:16 AM
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I haven't looked through every post so I'm not sure if this has been posted yet but Brawly, California has a news article out regarding their swarm of quakes.

www.foxnews.com...




USGS seismologist Lucy Jones said earthquake swarms are characteristic of the region, known as the Brawley Seismic Zone.

"The area sees lots of events at once, with many close to the largest magnitude, rather than one main shock with several much smaller aftershocks," Jones said.

The last major swarm was in 2005, following a magnitude-5.1 quake, she said.

Sunday's quake cluster occurred in what scientists call a transition zone between the Imperial and San Andreas faults, so they weren't assigning the earthquakes to either fault, Graves said.






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