reply to post by AutumnWitch657
Autumn I wouldn't even bother replying Menedes will only change the dates I don't give his threads any attention any more. (Apart from this reply)
f we only consider the quakes that caused a significant number of deaths (>1) since that time, and if the quake referred to above was the seventh in a series of fourteen, then there is a perfect match with the prediction so far: - See more at: www.abovetopsecret.com...
originally posted by: Menedes567
I think this deserves attention now, because I had a bad feeling recently that this 9.6 quake is very imminent and close to occurring.....
originally posted by: Degradation33
A 9.6 through central Tokyo? A lateral strike slip fault is going to produce that? Not going to happen. Only subduction faulting can produce mega-thrust quakes above 9. Those are all off the coast. Tokyo at worst would get an 8.4, but more likely in the 7 range. Same goes for The San Andreas.
Now Cascadia has the potential for a 9.0+ about 1 every 300 years or so (last in 1700).
I predict there will be an 8.0 or higher along the Pacific Coast of South America in the next 11.2 months. Book it.
The panel also said in the report a massive earthquake would likely occur near the Nankai Trough once in every 100 to 200 years, and urged caution as nearly 70 years have passed since the area was hit by the Tonankai earthquake in 1944 and the Nankai earthquake in 1946.