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First New Madrid Earthquake Possible? June 13th, 2014?

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posted on Jun, 12 2014 @ 02:29 PM
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Well, you might get some help from the sun to make this come true...if the sun and earthquakes are truly related.

3rd X class flare in 2 days with CME expected at earth on June 13

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posted on Jun, 12 2014 @ 02:31 PM
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I was just thinking that ... the solar flares ... sometimes it seems they coincide with big earthquakes. So we'll have to see how tomorrow goes ....



posted on Jun, 12 2014 @ 02:42 PM
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a reply to: Rezlooper

Here's a vid to add to the solar flares.



Three massive solar flares have been recorded, with reports of aircraft communications and military radio in Europe being disrupted, and an expectation of a possible huge magnetic shockwave which could hit Earth on Friday the 13th of June, 2014.




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posted on Jun, 12 2014 @ 07:06 PM
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I wish this doom was getting more attention


It would have been back when I started lurking here....there was so much doom, I was super paranoid. It was awesome....

We have massive solar activity, Friday the 13th, earthquake dreams, a full moon, new Madrid! Of course the very real WW3 doom we have currently....

It's going down ATS! The world is probably, literally going to split in half this time, and we're all too jaded anymore to care...

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posted on Jun, 13 2014 @ 04:41 AM
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The CME is supposed to hit today June 13 2014 at 7:00 am EDT, right? >>> www.thetimenow.com...




posted on Jun, 13 2014 @ 07:22 AM
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OOooo...today is the big day huh?

With incoming flares too.

The chance is there that something could happen!

It probably won't, but the flare incoming does make it more likely.
(Maybe)

s&f

I just realized it is also Friday the 13th and a Full "strawberry" moon.
A Rare event...


Skywatchers will get a special treat as a full moon occurs on a Friday the 13th, something that hasn't happened in June since 1919, according to universetoday.com.

Known as both the 'Strawberry" moon as well as the "Honey" moon, the actual full moon will occur very early Friday morning, but will still be nearly full when it rises in the east Friday evening. The Baltimore Sun reports that the "strawberry" name comes from the fact that it's strawberry season, and Algonquin Native American tribes knew this was the time of year to gather them, according to the Old Farmer's Almanac.

www.usatoday.com - strawberry-full-moon-friday-13th

And the BIG madrid EQ's of 1811-12 also had something in the sky when it happened. Although not CME's and full moons, last time it was a comet.


Tecumseh’s Comet and the Battle of Tippecanoe The earthquakes were preceded by the appearance of a great comet, which was visible around the globe for seventeen months, and was at its brightest during the earthquakes. The comet, with an orbit of 3,065 years, was last seen during the time of Ramses II in Egypt. In 1811-1812, it was called “Tecumseh’s Comet” (or “Napoleon’s Comet” in Europe).


www.new-madrid.mo.us...

That would kind of be a weird synchronicity...lol
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posted on Jun, 13 2014 @ 08:10 AM
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Oh boy, more doom porn on Friday the 13th. Boy oh boy, this is getting good.

The first thing that I believe I shall do is give my prediction and let ATS decide which has more valid weight:

On Friday the 13th, the sun will rise. People will go to work. People will eat. Babies will be born, people will die. There will be some earthquakes in California and probably small ones on some faults. Some people will get sick, and other people will get better.

No one really can, with any accuracy predict when these events will happen. The only volcano that they know when will erupt is Mt. St. Helens, but they have the exact pattern down to do such.

But here is the other little small detail that many people tend to forget, and that is geology. Faults are very specific and the substrata under the soil all plays into how bad an earthquake will be. If like say the New Madrid fault were to go off, the reason why the damage is so great, is cause the subsurface is soft material, nothing solid to stop or dampen the waves. Hence why say a 7 was so bad and causes so much damage. Even if you look at say Los Angeles California, the basis is mostly sand, and it is surrounded by rocky hills, earthquake of say 6.0 and the city suffers so much damage. Plus, there is one other detail that people tend to forget, it was not just one earthquake from one fault, but several faults that went off, that caused all of the damage in 1811.
Lets just relax and enjoy a nice summer day.



posted on Jun, 13 2014 @ 09:37 AM
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originally posted by: sdcigarpig

Lets just relax and enjoy a nice summer day.


No way.
Im duct taping my entire family and pets to surfboards as we speak so when the earthquake and tsunami ( in Illinois) comes.. we WILL SURVIVE!! It was hard to find a surf board for the youngest kids hamster, but I robbed one from the surfs up littlest petshop set she has.

Ive been hearing doom about the New Madrid for YEARS. Then I moved here.. ON the New Madrid. We had a few small shakes, a hiccup here and there.. but geologically speaking, coming from CERI, Im not overly concerned. I gotta wonder about those who are wishing for and salivating over doom, death, and destruction though.



posted on Jun, 13 2014 @ 12:24 PM
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A quick search and pretty much told me what I needed to know. It is not viable at this time and is only theory. The logistics for using a weapon that would cause an earthquake is just not possible at this time frame and such a Tectonic weapon would be outlawed by treaty. Should a country be every sucessfully able to develope such a weapon, it would have to be close to the actual fault or area to have an earthquake and then set off. Chances are that they would be discovered, and or not have any means of escape from the area, and would be affected by its use.

So I still say sit back and enjoy the day. Right now in the central of the USA and no boom, boom or BOOM.



posted on Jun, 13 2014 @ 02:03 PM
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Tick Tock Tick Tock Tick Tock....the 13th is mostly over at this point.....



posted on Jun, 13 2014 @ 03:27 PM
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I hope St. Helens doesn't erupt. I will be under an ash fall.

So the CME is 4 pm pacific? In 21/2 hours.
I better charge up my phone then. In case of power outage.
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posted on Jun, 13 2014 @ 06:55 PM
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originally posted by: Vasa Croe
Tick Tock Tick Tock Tick Tock....the 13th is mostly over at this point.....


I know! dang it.

there was supposed to be an earth shattering kaboom....

pretty standard day for earth it seems, which is not really a good thing unfortunately.



posted on Jun, 13 2014 @ 06:55 PM
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a reply to: violet
Mt. St. Helens, is unique, as they are able to look at the rocks, do measurements and tell when the volcano is going to erupt. It is persice measurements and with the data, they can do such accurately.

It is via the gas readings and the percentage of the different gasses that is emitted. So there is a good chance that if they notice the same kind of build up, they will let every one know and be able to pinpoint the general date of said eruption. So far, from what I have read, it is quiet, but still active.

But that is another point, if you live on a fault line or close to a volcano, one would think that being prepared for a large earthquake or eruption would be the order of the day, and living there.



posted on Jun, 13 2014 @ 10:33 PM
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Well it is 1030. No boom, no shaking, no nothing. Just a normal day, only places that showed earthquakes, is California, and Ok. That is all. Oh well.



posted on Jun, 13 2014 @ 10:55 PM
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originally posted by: sdcigarpig
a reply to: violet
Mt. St. Helens, is unique, as they are able to look at the rocks, do measurements and tell when the volcano is going to erupt. It is persice measurements and with the data, they can do such accurately.

It is via the gas readings and the percentage of the different gasses that is emitted. So there is a good chance that if they notice the same kind of build up, they will let every one know and be able to pinpoint the general date of said eruption. So far, from what I have read, it is quiet, but still active.

But that is another point, if you live on a fault line or close to a volcano, one would think that being prepared for a large earthquake or eruption would be the order of the day, and living there.



I'm not close to St. Helens but when it erupted in 1980 , the ash fell here. I missed it. I was out of the country.

I can see mt baker from where I live, even though it's quite far away. It has the illusion of being so close. If that blew it's top , it might be a lot worse.

I check on their status from time to time, but you know when you live in an active zone, it's just where you live. I am prepared in the sense that I know I big quake is possible and it's not 'if' but 'when'. It will happen within the next few hundred years.



posted on Jun, 14 2014 @ 10:45 AM
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Ah, what an uneventful Friday the thirteenth!


Glad this did not occur.

Guess enough people talked about it.









posted on Jun, 14 2014 @ 10:48 AM
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NOAA

Solar-terrestrial indices for 13 June follow.
Solar flux 153 and estimated planetary A-index 5.
The estimated planetary K-index at 1500 UTC on 14 June was 1.

No space weather storms were observed for the past 24 hours.

Space weather for the next 24 hours is predicted to be minor.
Radio blackouts reaching the R1 level are likely.





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