Originally posted by Olivine
Originally posted by MariaLida
"I expect at sensitive area very strong EQ of M 8.0 + from 16 to 23 June, for next 35 days we have several very dangerous days so I will post danger for all 35 days and we probably will have very strong seizmic activity worldwide and probably EQ of M 7.5 +"
I will post more info and how I see things for coming days about June month, in original prediction is posted from 16 to 23 I will change that little and say more ..
Think from June 5 to June 23 we will have have very strong EQ of M 8.0 + or lower magnitude and dangerous EQ in dangerous and probably populated location also probably with many casualties, very dangerous time for strong seizmic activity worldwide sensitive area ..
Also think area of West Coast will have strong EQ, probably SoCal SA fault and Elsinore fault area around L.A. or Mexicali ..
I just want to make you aware of this and hope this can help ..
link to MariaLida's post with quoted prediction
Hmmm, turns out this wasn't very helpful at all.
You posted this on May 24th.
The largest earthquake since that time has been a Mag 6.7 Mw SSW of Singaparna, Indonesia. Was this one of the "worldwide sensitive area..."?
There also has not been a "strong EQ" on the San Andreas or Elsinore faults.
No mag 8+, no mag 7.5 worldwide, no "very strong EQ of M 8.0 + or lower magnitude" in a populated location with many casualities.
So, MariaLida, do you consider this prediction a failure?edit on 6/24/2013 by Olivine because: to add link to quoted material.edit on 6/24/2013 by Olivine because: toned it down
Despite controversy over the L.A. City Council's approval of the Millennium skyscrapers, a project that would either straddle or sit next to the Hollywood Fault, residents here are mostly in the dark about their proximity to the 10-mile-long "rupture zone," which is capable of splitting buildings in half during a quake.
A common reaction among a few residents L.A. Weekly spoke to was that, even if traces -- meaning old ruptures -- of the active fault run under and around their homes, and even if the California State Geologist says that's alarming, doesn't the entire state sit on a giant earthquake fault?
Not exactly. This fault is capable of ripping the earth's surface on an east-west pathway north of Hollywood Boulevard and south of the Hollywood Hills with a magnitude 7 temblor.