Earthquakes around the world

Skyfarmr

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I've been noticing my earthquake notifications have been coming in practically every day with one or two 5 or 6 pointers; they are like bouncing all over the planet.

Wonder what's up?
Been crazy busy and away from forum for awhile, but finally have some me time, and this thread caught my attention.

Part of my morning routine is to catch Ben Davidson's short YT video on Space weather and Earthquake watch/predictions. He gives a clear and concise rundown of what's going on with Sol and how it is affecting our weather and gives alerts for earthquakes based on solar wind/density and Earth's kp index - all in under 8 or so minutes, complete with links for the information sited.

What's been up for the last few days is Earth's kp index, which relates to increased earthquake activity. Kp index rose into the red when solar storm/wind from the Earth facing equatorial coronal hole reached Earth this weekend.

Suspicious Observers is a great science-based site which compliments what has been discussed and covered on this forum as well as the books recently written about Earth changes.
Today's video, which includes the kp index for the following few days can be viewed here:
Sun, Earthquake, Record Weather, Too-Weird Science | S0 News Sep.30.2019

Davidson has condensed years of research in Space weather science, Earthquake prediction and the study of cosmic disasters in historical record in the following videos:
COSMIC DISASTER
CLIMATE FORCING
PLASMA COSMOLOGY

I'm thrilled to have found this fact-based site because it compliments everything I've read thus far from Laura, Ark, Pierre and the many observant forum contributors on this site regarding what's in store for us. He is laser focused on the science aspect and scrutinizes information intelligently, IMHO.

If some of the information seems to be over your head, there are plenty of tutorial videos offered freely on .org site, as well, for those who want to immerse themselves in space weather science and how it relates to Earth's climate and geological effects.

Hopefully, with the increasing acceptance and understanding of climate forcing data, the whole human-caused climate change hysteria can be taken down a few notches, if not squelched completely.
 

c.a.

The Living Force
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And I agree with you that 'something big is coming.'
I think tend to be inclined (like the info the transcripts provide), it's also the continued energy buildup with the onset of the Wave. And most obviously the creme de la creme. Everything is vibrating at high and low frequency.

Plus the Comet cluster can't be to far behind.

Five earthquakes in less than an hour rattle southeast Missouri, experts say
September 30, 2019 03:39 PM, Updated 56 minutes ago
An area of southeast Missouri experienced five earthquakes in less than hour Monday morning, experts say.

It started with a 2.6 magnitude temblor around 11:18 a.m. near Lilbourn, a small city just north of Missouri’s boot heel, according to the United States Geological Survey. A mere three minutes later, a 1.1 magnitude quake rumbled nearby.

Just before 11:30 a.m., a 2.7 magnitude quake rattled southwest of Lilbourn followed by a 1.8 magnitude quake only five minutes later, the USGS says.

It would be 23 minutes before the next quake, another magnitude 2.7, shook an area just west of Lilbourn, the USGS says.

All five quakes happened within a 40-minute window.

The area near Lilbourn is part of the New Madrid Seismic Zone, according to the Missouri Department of Natural Resources. Quakes along the fault line have been felt across the south and Midwest in Alabama, Arkansas, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Mississippi, Missouri and Tennessee, the department says.

Experts say the zone is responsible for what are believed to be North America’s most intense earthquakes — ranging in magnitude from 7.0 to 8.0 — which caused the Mississippi River to run backwards in the early 1800s, the department says.

 

Skyfarmr

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An area of southeast Missouri experienced five earthquakes in less than hour Monday morning, experts say.
Did you catch this?
Fiery Streak on St Louis's Gateway Arch
This was video taped last Friday, the 25th, and was followed by 2 earthquakes on Sunday, 9/27/19 ...a 3.0 quake @ 4:42 {UTC} near East Prairie, MO and a 3.3 earthquake @ 8:47 near Lilbourn, MO.

A crazy coincidence or portent of doom?
Note the bells tolling in the background:-/
 

sToRmR1dR

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At Least 16 Miners Injured as Quake Hits Coal Mine in Poland - Report
03.10.2019
Three of the injured are reported to remain in serious condition, according to privately-owned Radio Zet.

Sixteen miners were injured when a quake hit the Bielszowice coal mine in southern Poland on Thursday, Reuters has reported, citing the country's commercial broadcaster Radio Zet.

A spokesman for the mine owner PGG was not immediately available for comment, Reuters added.

MORE DETAILS TO FOLLOW
M 5.5 - 251km W of Abepura, Indonesia
2019-10-03
 

sToRmR1dR

The Living Force
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Earthquake of 5.3 magnitude rocks Russia's Kamchatka Region
5 OCT, 2019
No injuries or damages were reported, and no tsunami alert was issued

TASS, October 5. Seismologists registered an earthquake of 5.3 magnitude in the area of the Aleutian Islands (US) close to Russia’s Kamchatka Peninsula, a source in the regional branch of the Geophysical Service at the Russian Academy of Sciences told TASS.

"The earthquake was registered at 3:48 pm local time (6:48 am Moscow time - TASS)," the source said.

No injuries or damages were reported, and no tsunami alert was issued.
5 Oct, 2019
 

c.a.

The Living Force
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New Madrid Fault Zone waking up?? 10/5/2019
Oct 5, 2019 / 18:51


Residents of San Francisco and the Bay Area were shaken from their sleep by a 3.9-magnitude earthquake. Luckily, this time the quake triggered only memes and videos from rudely awoken San Franciscans.

The tremor struck just 6km (3.7 miles) off the coast of Colma, just south of San Francisco, on Saturday morning, according to the US Geological Service. An earthquake of this magnitude is strong enough to cause minor damage, but typically results in only shaking and rattling of objects indoors.

Magnitude Mw 3.6 Region OFFSHORE NORTHERN CALIFORNIA
Date time 2019-10-05 15:41:06.6 UTC Location 37.66 N ; 122.52 W Depth 8 km


It’s not just the living that were disturbed from their sleep. Colma, the town closest to the epicenter, is home to more than 1.5 million dead bodies. Founded as a necropolis in 1924, the dead outnumber the living in Colma by nearly a thousand to one.
"It can only be the dead rising and the zombie apocalypse starting,” one commenter joked. Another referred to the quake as “a real bone shaker.”


Though Saturday’s quake was relatively minor, California has been hit with a bevy of similar tremors in recent days. At least five quakes registering between 2 and 2.9 magnitude struck the Bay Area on Tuesday, and eight quakes of magnitude 3.0 and higher were recorded further inland near Ridgecrest.

According to some scientists, the San Andreas fault, which passes through San Francisco, is overdue a shake-up. The most devastating earthquake along the fault occurred in 1906 in San Francisco. At least 3,000 people died in the estimated magnitude 7.8 quake and subsequent fires.

 

sToRmR1dR

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Aeneas

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I decided to take a screenshot again, now 2 weeks later - also over the US and found that 2089 out of 2549 worldwide for the last 7 days were in the US. That amounts to 82.0% compared to 85.5% two weeks ago.
Two weeks have again passed since I posted the last screenshot of North America and the picture is pretty much the same. A lot of stress on the East coast and Alaska. A total of 2273 out of 2663 worldwide happened in the pictured area in the last 7 days. That is 85.4%!
World earthquakes 7 days to October 10.gif
 

c.a.

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Updated: 6:01 PM, Oct 11, 2019 Video / 00:32
TUCSON, Ariz. - Two earthquakes happened near Douglas Thursday evening.
According to the U.S. Geological Survey two quakes registering 3.5 and 3.9 magnitudes were recorded east by southeast of Douglas, Ariz.

The quakes, at 6:10 and 6:36 p.m. Thursday, originated in Mexico, south of the Arizona-New Mexico border.
No damages or injuries have been reported.

According to the University of Arizona, there are about 100 faults known to be active within Arizona's borders.

An earlier version of this story reported that the earthquakes were at 1:10 and 1:36 a.m. Friday morning.

Several felt reports of a felt #earthquake received from Western #Turkey.

No epicentre or magnitude yet. #Earthquake about 65 min ago confirmed by seismic signal. Probably too small to be located automatically.

Nature
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09 October 2019 Run Time / 23:33
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All earthquakes from 1901 to 2000 have been shown. An important work
 

sToRmR1dR

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Earthquake hits off Japan’s east coast as country braced for monster typhoon
12 Oct, 2019
A magnitude 5.7 earthquake has struck off the east coast of Japan’s main Honshu island as monster Typhoon Hagibis is set to make landfall in the middle of the country.

Japan’s Meteorological Agency reported that the quake hit at 6.22pm local time and it is not expected to trigger a tsunami. It struck at a depth of 59.6 km and its epicenter is 55 kilometres south southeast of Katsuura in Chiba prefecture, the US Geological Survey reports.


More than 1.6 million people have already been ordered to evacuate parts of Honshu as Typhoon Hagibis barrels towards the center of Japan.

The violent storm, set to be Japan’s worst in 60 years, has already claimed its first victim as a man was killed when a vehicle toppled over in heavy winds in Chiba, east of Tokyo, NHK News reports.
 
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