EarthQuake Activity Increasing
We know that increased sea water temperatures www.detailshere.com/elnino.htm , increased volcanism www.detailshere.com/volcanos.htm and increased earthquake activity means something is happening to our earth; NOW.
This page tracks the earthquake situation.
See a map and chart of the most recent 30 day earthquake activity here
Daily activity can be found at http://neic.usgs.gov/neis/bulletin/
Good map coverage of the US and a global map can
be found at
Entire Planet Rocked By Seismic Activity
3-21-03: Since March 5th
there have been a number of worldwide seismic events recorded on USGS
Live Internet Seismic Servers. What we have been witnessing is an
amazing series of seismographic images from diverse places around the
globe, showing a simultaneous worldwide seismic event in progress. I
would urge everyone to keep a watchful eye for more such activity.
It's a definite prelude to a Pole-shift .
Latest Colima quake info near where we live
(yes, we felt the Jan 22nd 7.8 bigtime but no damage to us; Colima
residents weren't so lucky - many adobe brick/block houses went down)
Mexico Earthquake (Magnitude 7.8) - Wednesday
22nd January 2003
The following is a revised release by the United States Geological
Survey, National Earthquake Information Center: A major earthquake
occurred IN COLIMA, MEXICO, about 30 miles (50 km) east-southeast of
Manzanillo, Colima or about 310 miles (500 km) west of Mexico City at
7:06 PM MST today, Jan 21, 2003 (8:06 PM CST in Mexico). A
PRELIMINARY MAGNITUDE OF 7.8 WAS COMPUTED FOR THIS EARTHQUAKE. The magnitude and location may be revised when additional data and further analysis results are available. There have been some reports
of damage in the states of Colima, Michoacan and Jalisco. The earthquake was felt strongly in Mexico City. This shallow earthquake occurred in a seismically active zone near the coast of central Mexico. The earthquake occurred near the
juncture of three tectonic plates: the North American Plate to the north-east, the Rivera Plate to the north-west, and the Cocos Plate to the south. Both the Rivera Plate and the Cocos Plate are being consumed beneath the North American Plate. The slower moving Rivera Plate is moving north-west at about 2 cm per year relative to the the North American Plate and the faster moving Cocos plate is moving in a similar direction at a rate of about 4.5 cm per year. There have been several significant earthquakes near the recent event. In 1932, a magnitude 8.4 thrust earthquake struck about 100 km to the north-north-west. More recently, on October 9, 1995 a magnitude 8.0 earthquake struck about 50 km to the north-west killing at least 49 people and leaving 1,000 homeless. The most deadly earthquake in the region occurred about 170 km to the south-east on September 19, 1985. This magnitude 8.0 earthquake killed at least
9,500 people, injured about 30,000, and left 100,000 people homeless.
The page at The Seismic Monitor allows you to monitor global earthquakes in near real-time, visit seismic stations around the
world, and search the web for earthquake or region-related links. Earthquakes that have occurred within the last 24 hours are shown as red circles, and briefly flash upon loading
the page. The size of the circles tells you the magnitude of the quake (see legend at top). Orange circles
indicate that the event happened within 48 hours. After 15 days, yellow circles become purple dots that
remain on the map for five years.
And in the last days there shall be earthquakes in diverse places so says the Scriptures penned thousands of years ago. How did they know? Where will you be? Check this site to see how many earthquakes we have had just this week.
Getting too close to the truth are we??
It look's like getting clear and detailed information on earthquakes just
got a whole lot harder. Went to www.emsc-csem.org just a short while ago and they have "Forbidden" access to their servers. They shut down their servers last night while I was gathering and researching data on earthquakes that were over
magnitude 6 in intensity. This morning when I turned on the computer and went to the site to resume my research, I quickly discovered that access to the site
had been blocked. Hmmmmmm......... Now what is it that they are afraid of us knowing and what truths are they now CLEARLY hiding behind locked doors?
1+1 = 2 folks. I start gathering particular types of earthquake data and
tell the group I am engaging in a project that will benefit ALL of us and
expose the truth about the number of earthquakes over 6 in magnitude,
and quite suddenly the door to the required data needed to complete the
research is suddenly slammed shut and locked away.
This tells me two important things:
1.) Most importantly, there is earthquake data out there that is
trying to be covered up, because of what is in the data.
2.) There is:
a. Either a 'mole' in the group.
b. The group messages are being closely monitored.
c. Or, both.
What just happened in regards to the earthquake data being blocked
goes beyond mere coincidence. You can bet they if the www.emsc-csem.org
servers do go back on line with access once again open to the general public,
the required and needed data will not be there any more.
There is one other thought that comes to mind:
www.emsc-csem.org now wants a required FEE to access the data. Data
that in large part [and you can bet] was paid for with various government's
dollars, including US government grant dollars. Just some food for thought. When one gets too close to the truth about something, the PTB quickly find an excuse, one way or another, to restrict or block that truth.
More info at http://www.spacedaily.com/news/tectonics-02d.html
There have been a lot of posts recently that imply a sudden
increase in earthquake activity. Here are some statistics going back to 1970. With each passing decade (over the last 30 years), the number of earthquakes
worldwide has been increasing progressively.
For example, in 1970 there were only 4,139; but last year there
were 23,575. -- Pretty scary stuff! Below are the actual numbers:
Read left to right -- lowest year to highest year.
Total 4139 4507 4548 5175 4996 5318 6308 5775 6428 7161
Total 7348 6829 7747 9842 10493 13115 12718 11290 12711 14585
Total 16612 16516 19548 21476 19371 21007 19938 19872 21688 20832 22256 (2000) 23575 (2001)
Large/Significant Earthquakes in 2002 (so far)
January 2 -- Vanuatu Islands -- 7.3M
March 3 -- Hindu Kush Region, Afghanistan -- 7.4M
March 5 -- Mindanao, Philippines -- M7.5
March 25 -- Hindu Kush Region, Afghanistan -- 6.1M
March 31 -- Taiwan Region -- 7.1M
April 20 -- New York -- 5.0M
June 22 -- Western Iran -- 6.5M
September 8 -- Near North Coast of New Guinea, P.N.G. -- 7.6
October 10 -- Irian Jaya Region, Indonesia -- 7.6
October 23 -- Central Alaska -- 6.7
October 31 -- Southern Italy -- 5.9
November 3 -- Central Alaska -- 7.9
As you can see, there is something going on here... You would think this would be major news; but the mainstream media is ignoring the facts.
There is also data that showssimilar increases in severe weather.
Whatever is causing this, there is reason to be alarmed.
Nov 2 & 3 we had four biggies...
This earthquake occurred in the northeastern part of New York State,
an area that experiences moderate-sized but infrequent seismic
activity. Although earthquakes occur on geologic faults, in the
northeastern U.S. it is difficult to assign an earthquake to a
particular fault because they rarely cause surface rupture.
The most recent nearby earthquake of note occurred 80 km to the
southwest, a magnitude 5.1 event in 1983. The largest historic
earthquake in the northeastern region of the U.S. and nearby parts of
Canada had an estimated magnitude of 7. It occurred near Charlevoix,
Quebec in 1663, 425 km to the northeast of this latest event.
The pattern of historic seismicity can be seen in the USGS
publication, "Earthquakes in and near the Northeastern United States,
1638 - 1998."
Northeast of U.S. quivers in rare quake
April 20, 2002 Posted: 9:15 AM EDT (1315 GMT)
"The Canadian Geological Survey reported an earthquake of magnitude
Within seven minutes of each other this morning, two major earthquakes struck the Fuji-Tonga Island area. A major earthquake, magnitude 7.5, occurred about 280 miles (455 km) south-southeast of Suva, Fiji or 280 miles (455 km) west of Nuku'alofa, Tonga at 5:01 AM MDT today, Aug 19, 2002 (11:01 PM local time in Fiji Islands). A major earthquake occurred about 390 miles (625 km) south of Suva, Fiji or 450 miles (720 km) west-southwest of Nuku'alofa, Tonga at 5:08 AM MDT today, Aug 19, 2002 (11:08 PM local time in Fiji). A PRELIMINARY MAGNITUDE OF 7.7 WAS COMPUTED FOR THIS EARTHQUAKE. http://neic.usgs.gov/neis/bulletin/
Earthquake BulletinDate-Time 2002 04 18 05:02:47 UTC Location 16.95N 100.81W Depth 33.0 kilometers Magnitude 6.1 Region NEAR COAST OF GUERRERO, MEXICO Reference 60 miles (95 km) W of Acapulco, Guerrero, Mexico Source USGS NEIC http://neic.usgs.gov/neis/bulletin/neic_dcae.html
Moderate Earthquake Rocks MexicoThe Washington Post The Associated Press Thursday, April 18, 2002; 2:37 AM MEXICO CITY –– A moderate earthquake shook Mexico early Thursday, sending frightened residents into the streets. No widespread damage or injuries were reported.
The quake, which lasted several minutes, had a preliminary magnitudeof 6.1 and was centered 60 miles west of the resort city of Acapulco, according to the U.S. Geological Survey’s National Earthquake Information Center in Golden, Colo. Radio reports said the roof of an old apartment building in downtown Mexico City caved in, but no one was injured. No other major damage was reported.
The 6.1 magnitude earthquake that I reported on earlier in the day onApril 18, near Guerrero, Mexico, was upgraded to a 6.3 by the USGS. Updated as of Thu Apr 18 21:37:39 UTC 2002
Another over magnitude 6 earthquake has struck further south, onbasically the same fault line. Date-Time 2002 04 18 16:08:36 UTC Location 27.34S 69.99W Depth 60.9 kilometers Magnitude 6.6 Region NORTHERN CHILE Reference 25 miles (40 km) E of Copiapo, Chile Source USGS NEIC
This quake was upgraded to a 6.7 on the update as of Thu Apr 1821:37:39 UTC 2002. The following is a release by the United States Geological Survey, National Earthquake Information Center: A strong earthquake occurred about 25 miles (40 km) east of Copiapo or about 425 miles (685 km) north of Santiago, Chile at 10:08 AM MDT, Apr 18, 2002 (12:08 PM local time in Chile). The magnitude and location may be revised when additional data and further analysis results are available. The earthquake was felt at Santiago, Chile. No reports of damage or casualties have been received at this time; however, this earthquake may have caused damage due to its location and size.
Seismic disturbances continue to rock the area between Cloverdale andClearlake area of northern California. The area being disturbed by these continuing earthquakes is known as The Geysers. Update time = Thu Apr 18 20:00:04 PDT 2002 http://quake.usgs.gov/recenteqs/Maps/123-39.html
When I first started monitoring earthquake activity in 1996, there were afew large quakes over 5.0, a few in the 4.4 to 4.9 range, with the bulk of the earthquake activity in the 2.0 to middle 3 range. Steadily, ever since then, I have watched the activity and the intensity of the earthquakes increase, and I am not seeing a pattern that is indicating any type of a decline in that activity.
Another trend in the earthquake activity that I have been observing, is thatthe depth of the majority of the quakes is getting shallower, in the range of 10 km to 33 km, and that there are some real deep quakes occuring as well, like the 2002/04/11, 4.4 magnitude quake in the Sant del Estero Proviance of Argentina, that was at a depth of 505.6 km. Of the last 21 quakes that occurred worldwide: one was 505.6 km, one was 130.5 km, one was 54 km, eleven were 33 km, and the rest were 10 km in depth. When I first started monitoring the depths of the earthquake activity, the majority of the activity was occurring at over 60 km in depth, with the middle range of the deep activity occurring in the 100 to 200 km range.