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UPDATE Dec 10: Damn...its time to start paying attenion to Patrick Geryl (i hate saying that). M7.4 in Guatemala...just like he said...again.
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[quote:Anonymous Coward 1158517:MV8yMDQyODQ1XzM0Mzc3ODQ3XzMzNEM1OTdG] [quote:Anonymous Coward 27263080:MV8yMDQyODQ1XzM0Mzc3Nzg3Xzk0QTU1MTRF] :bump: [/quote] Sure your right about the number of 7 left in the year. But to get the exact day ranges of magnitude 7 is and other earthquakes is something else. I am also starting to be a believer in what he is saying about the coming earthquakes in December of 8 and 10 plus magnitude to happen somewhere in the world of 2012. [/quote]
So the first time I heard Geryl talk it was in regards to Dec 21, 2012, and I thought he was out to lunch. His expectations were waaaayyy too doomish, even for an everyday GLPer.
However, since then I've been reading up on his on-going EQ perdictions associated with different planetary allignments, and holy shit has he been accurate.
This M7.4 today was the final straw for me. He called it, and once again was dead on the money of both timing and size.
link to quakes.globalincidentmap.com
Just freakin' me out a little as I live close to the ocean (very close) and we are only 43+ days until Dec 21st.
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