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Next big one will be 60 miles north- north east of Tokyo

 
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10/15/2012 09:49 AM
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Re: Next big one will be 60 miles north- north east of Tokyo
Here comes the big one
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Re: Next big one will be 60 miles north- north east of Tokyo
8.8 or stronger why?
Just look at the plates ...and the history.The pressure has to be released !
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Thread: REAL WORLD or EXERCISE? GREAT QUAKE ShakeOut OCTOBER 18 a Mass Occult Ritual??? Coincides w/Huge TWZ DROP
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Re: Next big one will be 60 miles north- north east of Tokyo
8.8 or stronger why?
Just look at the plates ...and the history.The pressure has to be released !
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Thread: REAL WORLD or EXERCISE? GREAT QUAKE ShakeOut OCTOBER 18 a Mass Occult Ritual??? Coincides w/Huge TWZ DROP
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interesting thoughts .The pressure is extreme in Japan area
and it has to be released .As long as there are continuosly
larger quakes .things will be fine for awhile but mathematicaly that patern will stop for long enough to trigger big one and This event is about to happen
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Re: Next big one will be 60 miles north- north east of Tokyo
Kamchatka ,Japan is overcooking now...The time is short
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10/16/2012 10:05 AM
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Re: Next big one will be 60 miles north- north east of Tokyo
and another one 5.2...
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Re: Next big one will be 60 miles north- north east of Tokyo
On the days like this one Everybody should be concerned
Quiet before storm...
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10/27/2012 11:55 PM
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Re: Next big one will be 60 miles north- north east of Tokyo
7.7 that is precursor of things to come.Honshu 8.4 or higher will be the big one
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10/28/2012 12:03 AM
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Re: Next big one will be 60 miles north- north east of Tokyo
no more than 5 months till the "really big one"
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Re: Next big one will be 60 miles north- north east of Tokyo
I hope and Pray for Japan(Nippon) ...C.C dweeb
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Re: Next big one will be 60 miles north- north east of Tokyo
7.7 that is precursor of things to come.Honshu 8.4 or higher will be the big one
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Thread: MASSIVE 7.7 QUAKE HITS BRITISH COLUMBIA LEY-LINES of 188 EXACT DATE & REGION & TWZ DATE WARNED! Wow
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I hope and Pray for Japan(Nippon) ...C.C dweeb
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i pray for the rest of the planet as well.Fukushima is not far away!!!
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Re: Next big one will be 60 miles north- north east of Tokyo
7.7 that is precursor of things to come.Honshu 8.4 or higher will be the big one
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Thread: MASSIVE 7.7 QUAKE HITS BRITISH COLUMBIA LEY-LINES of 188 EXACT DATE & REGION & TWZ DATE WARNED! Wow
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The biggest stress is in Japan ...
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11/05/2012 12:18 PM
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Re: Next big one will be 60 miles north- north east of Tokyo
5.7 might be foreshock
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11/05/2012 12:44 PM
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5.7 might be foreshock
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Happy we must be
that it was only a Mag. 5,4! Yoda

Source: [link to www.jma.go.jp]
G.Y.!B.E.
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Re: Next big one will be 60 miles north- north east of Tokyo
5.7 might be foreshock
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Happy we must be
that it was only a Mag. 5,4! Yoda

Source: [link to www.jma.go.jp]
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Hope You have supplies to survive after BIG ONE
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11/16/2012 12:58 AM
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Re: Next big one will be 60 miles north- north east of Tokyo
It is now likely over 6.0 eq east of Honshu in next few days .The earth is getting active
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Re: Next big one will be 60 miles north- north east of Tokyo
It is now likely over 6.0 eq east of Honshu in next few days .The earth is getting active
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Am I right or what!!!!
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11/23/2012 08:54 PM
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Re: Next big one will be 60 miles north- north east of Tokyo
5.1 38km ESE of Ishinomaki, Japan 2012-11-24 01:30:00 38.288°N 141.714°E 49.6
5.3 51km ESE of Ishinomaki, Japan 2012-11-23 20:21:28 38.212°N 141.827°E 47.0
5.0 39km ENE of Ishinomaki, Japan 2012-11-21 17:42:37 38.499°N 141.735°E 37.3
Do not like this pattern!!!Something is up.
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11/23/2012 09:04 PM
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Re: Next big one will be 60 miles north- north east of Tokyo
Earth Quake STORMS not Swarms. If you chart all th earthquakes to date they just move up or down the line tranferring their energy to the next spot or point. Earthquakes travel.

If you plot the activity in the area from the last few years you can see a distinct pattern. That will be your very big clue as to where the next one will be. Ok already.

Yes a biggy is way over due for the area. That wasn't even the one they are worried about. The one they worry abot is on the other side and on the other plate/Fault. There are 3 major ones and many smaller ones.
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11/23/2012 09:08 PM
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Re: Next big one will be 60 miles north- north east of Tokyo
Earth Quake STORMS not Swarms. If you chart all th earthquakes to date they just move up or down the line tranferring their energy to the next spot or point. Earthquakes travel.

If you plot the activity in the area from the last few years you can see a distinct pattern. That will be your very big clue as to where the next one will be. Ok already.

Yes a biggy is way over due for the area. That wasn't even the one they are worried about. The one they worry abot is on the other side and on the other plate/Fault. There are 3 major ones and many smaller ones.
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I follow patterns and It sure looks like Honshu is going to get one soon
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Re: Next big one will be 60 miles north- north east of Tokyo
It's very possible. Maybe with epicenter at
Ibaraki prefecture (north-east of Tokyo)
or maybe at the south of Tokyo, where
scientist predict that the next one will be.
But I read somewhere that they also expect
something like a 7 or more at the north of
Tokyo, there's a high probability.
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12/08/2012 08:09 AM
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Re: Next big one will be 60 miles north- north east of Tokyo
It's very possible. Maybe with epicenter at
Ibaraki prefecture (north-east of Tokyo)
or maybe at the south of Tokyo, where
scientist predict that the next one will be.
But I read somewhere that they also expect
something like a 7 or more at the north of
Tokyo, there's a high probability.
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Well stay safe.big one is coming.7.3 is just a reminder of things to come
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12/08/2012 08:15 AM
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Re: Next big one will be 60 miles north- north east of Tokyo
bump
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12/08/2012 08:27 AM
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bump
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Thanks for the bump.Activity in The Ring OF Fire has been increasing for a while
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12/08/2012 08:29 AM
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Re: Next big one will be 60 miles north- north east of Tokyo
It's actually pretty likely.

[link to en.wikipedia.org]
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Re: Next big one will be 60 miles north- north east of Tokyo
The Tōkai earthquakes are major earthquakes that have occurred regularly with an interval of 100 to 150 years in the Tōkai region of Japan. The Tōkai segment has been struck by earthquakes in 1498, 1605, 1707 and 1854. Given the historic regularity of these earthquakes, Kiyoo Mogi in 1969 pointed out that another great shallow earthquake was possible in the "near future" (i.e., in the next few decades). Shinichi Sakai, from the University of Tokyo, predicted on 23 January 2012 that the probability of a major Tōkai earthquake occurring during the next four years would be 70%, and over the next 30 years is 98%.
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Well, apparently the forum software can't handle those special japanese characters in the link. Sorry 'bout that.

Here's a clean link to the same article: [link to en.wikipedia.org]

The Tokai earthquakes are major earthquakes that have occurred regularly with an interval of 100 to 150 years in the Tokai region of Japan. The Tokai segment has been struck by earthquakes in 1498, 1605, 1707 and 1854. Given the historic regularity of these earthquakes, Kiyoo Mogi in 1969 pointed out that another great shallow earthquake was possible in the "near future" (i.e., in the next few decades). Shinichi Sakai, from the University of Tokyo, predicted on 23 January 2012 that the probability of a major Tokai earthquake occurring during the next four years would be 70%, and over the next 30 years is 98%.
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Re: Next big one will be 60 miles north- north east of Tokyo
Well, apparently the forum software can't handle those special japanese characters in the link. Sorry 'bout that.

Here's a clean link to the same article: [link to en.wikipedia.org]

The Tokai earthquakes are major earthquakes that have occurred regularly with an interval of 100 to 150 years in the Tokai region of Japan. The Tokai segment has been struck by earthquakes in 1498, 1605, 1707 and 1854. Given the historic regularity of these earthquakes, Kiyoo Mogi in 1969 pointed out that another great shallow earthquake was possible in the "near future" (i.e., in the next few decades). Shinichi Sakai, from the University of Tokyo, predicted on 23 January 2012 that the probability of a major Tokai earthquake occurring during the next four years would be 70%, and over the next 30 years is 98%.
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Japanese people handle disasters very well and They are ready
Thanks for a link
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Re: Next big one will be 60 miles north- north east of Tokyo
Did you notice that aftershocks for 7.3 are in south-west
area ....towards Tokyo
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12/09/2012 09:20 AM
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Re: Next big one will be 60 miles north- north east of Tokyo
There is nothing we can do to do stop The Earth from its course ,but We can roll with it,,,,.....
 Quoting: samui 13877878


go with the flow, as it were?

shark