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Can Earthquakes be Predicted?

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Predicted-not so precisely.... Forecasted? a Definate YES!

California "Big One" Somewhat Predictable?


Professionals have denied for years that earthquakes transfer from one location to another! However, one person has proven that it is possible to forecast earthquakes by studying the patterns of “pressure transfer” across vast distances. This, due to the tedious study of the habits of earthquakes for over 7 years. It has enabled him to forecast, with amazing accuracy, as to where to expect earthquakes to happen (within a 100-200 mile range) in a weeks time or less, within 3-7 days warning time. The person doing this study is simply known as Dutchsinse. Professionals are now starting to accept and prove his theory as factual.


The pressure appears to move around the planet in a pattern of “global surge”, as if it were on roads or avenues, with the origins coming directly from "DEEP ZONE" disturbances in the Asthenosphere, of the western Pacific Rim, centering around Vanuatu – west to the Indo-Australian plate boundary, north to Japan, and EAST across the entire Pacific plate to Central/South America.

Knowing where the termination points are located, he can track a sequence of quakes from there to their end destination. What this means is that... the "Big One" or any large earthquake reaching California will most certainly come from the north or northeasterly direction, or across the Pacific from an extremely large earthquake originating on the western Pacific rim.

The Cascadia Subduction Zone runs 700 miles off coast along the Pacific Rim from Vancouver Island to Northern California. It is capable of producing a 9.0 magnitude earthquake with energy about 30 times that of the San Andreas, with a good possibility of a giant tsunami as well. Research has shown that there is a very close link between the Cascadia and San Andreas Faultline, and any major earthquake in the Cascadia would most certainly trigger a major earthquake along the San Andreas. There is already pressure along the San Andreas, with active earthquakes on a daily basis, but we now realize that this energy is directed to the San Andreas from the north on a daily basis. Knowing this would certainly give us some advanced notice, that being even a few hours, is better than not having any notice at all!
For semi-daily and weekly updates on the worlds earthquake activity, with proven forecasts and further explanations, please check out the link below.


Repeatedly, we see deep earthquakes in the 4.0M-5.0M range, occurring at approximately 300-400 miles depth in this area inside the Earth known as the Asthenosphere, and centering around the areas mentioned above.
The area beneath the plates, above the liquid molten core of the Earth, the semi-melt area known as the “Asthenosphere” is the interacting point between the fluid, and the solid. This area is having earthquakes due to some internal force, (possibly the heating of the earth's core) causing a displacement on the semi melt. The semi-melt then must be displacing the upper more rigid plate, which subsequently causes displacement across vast distances on the PLATE BOUNDARIES around the entire planet.

These repeated 4-5M earthquakes will happen back and forth, between the West Pacific, and South America/Central America. Both locations (West and East Pacific) having multiple large volcanic eruptions , some at normally quiet volcanoes. The unrest in the Asthenosphere (350 miles deep), ALWAYS is shortly followed by nearby shallower earthquakes (within approximately 1 week or less).

If you see a cluster of deep earthquakes, watch the nearby adjacent area for a large shallow earthquake — as “compensation movement / pressure transfer”. The larger shallow earthquakes usually occur to the NW of the asthenosphere in the deep earthquake swarm locations.
For instance, usually after we see a swarm of deep events in Papua New Guinea, we see a larger shallow earthquake strike NW in the Philippines or Japan. Usually after we see a swarm of deep events along the Chile/Argentina border, we see a larger shallow earthquake strike NW in Peru to central America. The unrest event happens back and forth like a tennis match, as the pressure comes from deep within the Earth. The transfer of the force must be causing a displacement of the Pacific plate from ‘beneath’.

earthquake patterns of pressure movement
Earthquake activity will follow a pattern (red arrows) from the west to east along the Pacific Rim

The pressure from the deeper earthquakes, with origins mention above, will rise upward and cause a flurry of shallower earthquakes to appear nearby. It's the shallower earthquakes that generally do the most damage. From there they seem to move in one of three directions - either west towards India and up through the middle east and onward towards Europe with termination being the Atlantic Ocean, or they travel north along the eastern coast of Asia and on (northeast) around the Aleutian Islands, Alaska and then down towards the coast of the western USA. From the western coast of the US, pressure travels around the North American Crayton Plate east to the midwest and then on, possibly to the east coast (see also Earthquakes Across the US Somewhat Predictable). If strong enough, they can also travel across the Pacific Ocean plates to the west coast of North and South America. In this instance, they seem to pretty much follow the lines of lattitude, with the southern quakes heading towards Central and South America, and the more northern quakes traveling towards North America.

The pressure ultimately will hit the silent zones first, or the areas undisturbed from the past 48 hours, which may lie between various earthquake swarms. For instance look for areas on our North American coastline that have had no activity in the last 48 hours that may lie between swarms of small earthquakes that have been active - this is a silent zone. The fulcrum points are the points that lie directly between the swarms on the silent zones. This is where to look for future quakes in a short time span, with magnitudes that can be ascertained by adding the combined magnitudes of the earthquakes that are on both sides.

We are getting much closer to predicting earthquakes.
When we see large earthquake movement on the west Pacific (Rim), you can expect to see similar movement on the east Pacific (Rim) within a few days, hitting the fulcrum (center) spots, spreadout along the silent zones of the east Pacific plates. Again, this is great news for California, as this pressure movement always seems to come from the north, and initially from the west Pacfiic Rim area first.
A day or two notice before the "Big One" hits can possibly save thousands of lives!
If you are not "prepping", you are playing a very dangerous game of Russian Roulette.

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See also:
Earthquakes Across the US Somewhat Predictable

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