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Major earthquake danger period 6-9th April,

says astrophysicist


Western US "probably more vulnerable than for decades"

 

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5 Apr 11 - "The 6-9th April is our first major (Trial) Earthquake risk period of April," says astrophysicist Piers Corbyn.

"We expect an increase in the serious M6.0 and above quakes in quake vulnerable locations (and related increases in lower level activity) around the world such as the Pacific 'ring of fire'.

This includes the WEST USA which in this time period is probably more vulnerable than for decades.

With the Myanmar M6.8 Earthquake of 24th March providing dramatic confirmation of Piers Corbyn's warning of HIGH RISK of a major Earthquake between 23-27 March, this forecast takes on new meaning.

"It appears to us that it is always the case that extreme weather and earthquake events are preceded by extreme events on the sun and historically proton events which are usually associated with X flares are an especially reliable warning of extreme weather, storm formation and earthquake events," says Piers.

'On average an M6.0 or above (mostly at the lower end) happens every ~2.4 days or so somewhere in the world," Piers adds.

For confirmations links & videos see: http://bit.ly/hBHho1  

http://www.weatheraction.com/displayarticle.asp?a=333&c=5
Thanks to Steve Barlog for this link

 
 

 

 



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