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[quote:Mahala:MV8xNDQ3NzA2XzM0NDU3Mjg3XzYyNEFDNTBG] [quote:Nika:MV8xNDQ3NzA2XzM0NDU3MTc2XzkwOTM1NzBG] Isn't it weird how these moderately big quakes...some really big, pop off all over the pacific ring of fire, all up and down the central and south american coasts and Japan, the south pacific islands. But the US west coast never gets them, other than the occational 4's off the coast of Oregon. The entire ring of fire and these 5's, 6's and 7's and occationally the 8+ quakes...but for some reason, that one part of the ring of fire stays fairly quiet. What happens when it does finally go? All that built up pressure.... [/quote] Usually we have a slip quake and they can last for months, but if you add the energy put into one of them, they would add up to a big quake... That's for Oregon Washington and Vancouver Island and part of California. I put info of them up earlier today on this thread. [/quote]
link to quakes.globalincidentmap.com
Its going around the ring... South America next.
For anyone interested in Earthquake predictions:
I guessed 2 that have hit by looking at the above link and seeing a pattern. I'm talking above 4.0 Mags. Please take a look and tell me where you think the next one is going to be and why.
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