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The Ring of Fire is still too quiet from Japan to Indonesia, New Zealand and Fiji...

 
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The Ring of Fire is still too quiet from Japan to Indonesia, New Zealand and Fiji...
Too quiet since yesterday...

In the general area of Japan, Taiwan, Philippines, Indonesia, Papua New Ginea, New Zealand, Fiji Islands...

That region is not usually that quiet...

What's happening?

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12/13/2012 06:56 PM
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Re: The Ring of Fire is still too quiet from Japan to Indonesia, New Zealand and Fiji...
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Geographic Grid Search

Latitude: 41.000N - 47.000S
Longitude: 179.000E - 91.000E

Date Range: 2012/12/12 to 2012/12/12
Magnitude Range: 4.0 - 9.0

Earthquakes = 2

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[link to earthquake.usgs.gov]



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Re: The Ring of Fire is still too quiet from Japan to Indonesia, New Zealand and Fiji...
I've been noticing that the last two days also. In all the years I've been watching quakes, I don't think I've ever seen it like that.

Of course Central America, the West Coast, and Alaska are active and there has been a 5.7 quake north of Russia and that one makes me worry about the vision I had years ago...

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12/13/2012 07:18 PM
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Re: The Ring of Fire is still too quiet from Japan to Indonesia, New Zealand and Fiji...
Thank you for posting nothing of value.

Heres a cookie. GO WATCH TV.
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Re: The Ring of Fire is still too quiet from Japan to Indonesia, New Zealand and Fiji...
I've been noticing that the last two days also. In all the years I've been watching quakes, I don't think I've ever seen it like that.

Of course Central America, the West Coast, and Alaska are active and there has been a 5.7 quake north of Russia and that one makes me worry about the vision I had years ago...

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what was the vision?
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Re: The Ring of Fire is still too quiet from Japan to Indonesia, New Zealand and Fiji...
building up some tension there.

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Re: The Ring of Fire is still too quiet from Japan to Indonesia, New Zealand and Fiji...
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Geographic Grid Search

Latitude: 41.000N - 47.000S
Longitude: 179.000E - 91.000E

Date Range: 2012/12/12 to 2012/12/12
Magnitude Range: 4.0 - 9.0

Earthquakes = 2

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[link to earthquake.usgs.gov]



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 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 13727662




The data for December 13 was not added to that database yet.

But when it's added, we're gonna see that the two days date range of 12-13 (of December) had only 4 quakes in that specific retangular area...


Very weird...

The two days date range of 4-5 (of December) had a total of 5 quakes, and was already abnormally quiet...

The two days date range of 7-8 (of December) had 40 quakes in that retangular area.

The date range of 12-13 having only 4 quakes is very worrisome...


Tension build up....

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12/13/2012 07:32 PM
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Re: The Ring of Fire is still too quiet from Japan to Indonesia, New Zealand and Fiji...
yeah the whole EQ map is quiet. very unusual or is the gov hiding things?
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12/13/2012 07:34 PM
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yeah the whole EQ map is quiet. very unusual or is the gov hiding things?
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it's not government hiding anything...

it's the tectonic tension accumulating for a BIG ONE

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Geographic Grid Search

Latitude: 41.000N - 47.000S
Longitude: 179.000E - 91.000E

Date Range: 2012/12 12 to 2012/12 12
The Magnitude Range: 4.0 - 9.0

Earthquakes = 2

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[link to earthquake.usgs.gov]



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 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 13727662




The data for December 13 was not added to that database yet.

But when it's added, we're gonna see that the two days of the date range of 12-13 (of December) had only 4 quakes in that specific retangular area...


Very weird...

The two days of the date range of 4-5 (of December) had a total of 5 quakes, and was already bad quiet...

The two days of the date range of 7-8 (of December) had 40 quakes in that retangular area.

The date range of 12-13 having only 4 quakes is very worrisome...


The Tension build up....

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 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 12575651




Here is a very interesting research to do using that link...


Using those same coordinates for the retangular area:

Latitude: 41.000N - 47.000S
Longitude: 179.000E - 91.000E


Now, research how may quakes with magnitude 3.0 or above happened in that retangular area, in the first 12 days of each month, starting from December of last year (2011):


December 2011 = 169

January 2012 = 216

February 2012 = 323

March = 201

April = 328

May = 162

June = 154

July = 134

August = 144

September = 354

October = 172

November = 143

December 2012 = 90


WHAT THE FUCK???

The MINIMUM for the previous 12 months was 134 quakes in July...

And then, in December 2012, only 90 quakes in the first 12 days in that area?

What the hell is going on?


December 2012 is already WELL bellow the 1-year average.

And the days 12-13 are WELL bellow the two-days average for December 2012!


damned

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12/13/2012 07:55 PM
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Re: The Ring of Fire is still too quiet from Japan to Indonesia, New Zealand and Fiji...
Holy buildup, Batman!!


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Holy buildup, Batman!!


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12/13/2012 09:27 PM
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Re: The Ring of Fire is still too quiet from Japan to Indonesia, New Zealand and Fiji...
It's almost ready to POP!!!
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12/13/2012 09:42 PM
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Re: The Ring of Fire is still too quiet from Japan to Indonesia, New Zealand and Fiji...
It does look a bit odd, although today we have had the usual small quakes.
[link to www.geonet.org.nz]

NZDT: Friday, December 14 2012 at 11:10:44 am
Depth: 187 km
Magnitude: 2.3

NZDT: Friday, December 14 2012 at 10:59:20 am
Depth: 27 km
Magnitude: 2.5

NZDT: Friday, December 14 2012 at 10:56:27 am
Depth: 28 km
Magnitude: 1.7

NZDT: Friday, December 14 2012 at 10:11:16 am
Depth: 200 km
Magnitude: 3.0

NZDT: Friday, December 14 2012 at 8:56:36 am
Depth: 18 km
Magnitude: 1.2

plus about 17 more small ones today that I wont bother posting. They are there on the site if you wish to look.
Even so, it is VERY unusual for there not to be any larger quakes in Japan, Taiwan, Philippines, Indonesia, Papua New Ginea, New Zealand, Fiji.
Somthing to deffinalty keep an eye on.
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12/19/2012 01:08 AM
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Re: The Ring of Fire is still too quiet from Japan to Indonesia, New Zealand and Fiji...
So is it just me, or is it a little weird that the big earthquakes on the ring of fire jumped from Costa Rica to Canada and completely skipped the west coast of the united states? I know at some point the big one has to hit either on the Cascadia fault line in Washington, or somewhere down in California. What gives? Anybody got any predictions on when they think the big one will hit us? I'm betting this Friday, simply because I think God likes to laugh. And having 1 million Californians take a snychronized shit in their pants would be a riot!

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