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[quote:shadasonic:MV8xNDQ3NzA2XzM0NjMzMzg3XzJFNjI2Q0M0] I'm going to go out on a limb and say 1618 should be close to slowing down. 1619 developed until it hit 0 longitude then went dormant and declined. They've been very active -60 to -15 degrees lat. You can see the progression though, they are growing and staying active much longer as they come earthside,and 1611 fired off immediately after hitting the far western side yesterday. Heres the grid of solar lat., and long. http://solar-center.stanford.edu/images/sungrid-0.gif http://solen.info/solar/images/charmap.jpg This shows you earth facing SS, and you can see 1618 is directly earth facing. we'll see what happens. For those new to this west is right,and east is left on solar maps. Heres a view of backside SS that will be earth facing next week.We'll be watching these VERY closely. http://www.lmsal.com/solarsoft/latest_events/20121121_125530_n7euB_l1_2048.png [/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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