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And it is going to get much much worse.
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Re: Earthquake activity increasing...
Check this out - all these EQ in less than 5 mins

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 Quoting: nibiru2012planetx


When earhquakes occur with low Magnitudes, energy is
released from the Faults.

Therefore a larger earthquake cannot occur.

Those Morons who believe that a large number of small
earthquakes are an indication of an Immenent Larger
Earthquake do not understand the basic laws of
Geophysics.

sheep

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or most of those who post on GLP.
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Check this out - all these EQ in less than 5 mins

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 Quoting: nibiru2012planetx


When earhquakes occur with low Magnitudes, energy is
released from the Faults.

Therefore a larger earthquake cannot occur.

Those Morons who believe that a large number of small
earthquakes are an indication of an Immenent Larger
Earthquake do not understand the basic laws of
Geophysics.

sheep

Herman Shakes his head at the unbelievable ignorance
or most of those who post on GLP.
 Quoting: gdwk 22306955


Oh dear...that old myth again. Little earthquakes do not let off enough stress to avoid a large earthquake...not unless theres a few million of them. You really need to do a little research before posting about the ignorance of other people.....there are thousands of documented earthquakes that had foreshocks leading up to the big one...

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Check this out - all these EQ in less than 5 mins

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 Quoting: nibiru2012planetx


When earhquakes occur with low Magnitudes, energy is
released from the Faults.

Therefore a larger earthquake cannot occur.

Those Morons who believe that a large number of small
earthquakes are an indication of an Immenent Larger
Earthquake do not understand the basic laws of
Geophysics.

sheep

Herman Shakes his head at the unbelievable ignorance
or most of those who post on GLP.
 Quoting: gdwk 22306955


Oh dear...that old myth again. Little earthquakes do not let off enough stress to avoid a large earthquake...not unless theres a few million of them. You really need to do a little research before posting about the ignorance of other people.....there are thousands of documented earthquakes that had foreshocks leading up to the big one...

wall
 Quoting: taniatarn


Perhaps you should do some research.

The Richter Scale is based on the Powers of 10.

It takes 10 M5+ Earthquakes to equal the energy of
(1) M6+ Earthquake.

It takes 100 M4+ Earthquakes to equal the energy of
(1) M6+ Earthquake.

It takes 1000 M3+ Earthquakes to equal the energy of
(1) M6+ Earthquake.

It takes 10000 M2+ Earthquakes to equal the energy of
(1) M6+ Earthquake.

It takes 100000 M1+ Earthquakes to equal the energy of
(1) M6+ Earthquake.

It does not take Millions of Earthquakes to avoid
a major earthquake.

I do research but you don't.

sheep

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He Says.

Before you criticixe someone.

Check your facts.
taniatarn

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Re: Earthquake activity increasing...
Check this out - all these EQ in less than 5 mins

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 Quoting: nibiru2012planetx


When earhquakes occur with low Magnitudes, energy is
released from the Faults.

Therefore a larger earthquake cannot occur.

Those Morons who believe that a large number of small
earthquakes are an indication of an Immenent Larger
Earthquake do not understand the basic laws of
Geophysics.

sheep

Herman Shakes his head at the unbelievable ignorance
or most of those who post on GLP.
 Quoting: gdwk 22306955


Oh dear...that old myth again. Little earthquakes do not let off enough stress to avoid a large earthquake...not unless theres a few million of them. You really need to do a little research before posting about the ignorance of other people.....there are thousands of documented earthquakes that had foreshocks leading up to the big one...

wall
 Quoting: taniatarn


Perhaps you should do some research.

The Richter Scale is based on the Powers of 10.

It takes 10 M5+ Earthquakes to equal the energy of
(1) M6+ Earthquake.

It takes 100 M4+ Earthquakes to equal the energy of
(1) M6+ Earthquake.

It takes 1000 M3+ Earthquakes to equal the energy of
(1) M6+ Earthquake.

It takes 10000 M2+ Earthquakes to equal the energy of
(1) M6+ Earthquake.

It takes 100000 M1+ Earthquakes to equal the energy of
(1) M6+ Earthquake.

It does not take Millions of Earthquakes to avoid
a major earthquake.

I do research but you don't.

sheep

Herman shakes His Head.

He Says.

Before you criticixe someone.

Check your facts.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 22306955


Okay...i'll chuck some figures at you to make it easier to understand ( although you have just shown already that there is not enough small earthquakes happening to prevent the big one, even by your calculations but anyway....)

A magnitude 1.2 quake releases energy equivalent to approx 1.1kg of tnt

A magnitude 8.0 quake releases energy equivalent to approx 15.0 megatons of tnt ( which is 15,000,000 kgs ) so .....you would need approximately 13,636,363 of those magnitude 1.2 quakes to equal the energy release of the magnitude 8.0...

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

wall
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When earhquakes occur with low Magnitudes, energy is
released from the Faults.

Therefore a larger earthquake cannot occur.

Those Morons who believe that a large number of small
earthquakes are an indication of an Immenent Larger
Earthquake do not understand the basic laws of
Geophysics.

sheep

Herman Shakes his head at the unbelievable ignorance
or most of those who post on GLP.
 Quoting: gdwk 22306955


Oh dear...that old myth again. Little earthquakes do not let off enough stress to avoid a large earthquake...not unless theres a few million of them. You really need to do a little research before posting about the ignorance of other people.....there are thousands of documented earthquakes that had foreshocks leading up to the big one...

wall
 Quoting: taniatarn


Perhaps you should do some research.

The Richter Scale is based on the Powers of 10.

It takes 10 M5+ Earthquakes to equal the energy of
(1) M6+ Earthquake.

It takes 100 M4+ Earthquakes to equal the energy of
(1) M6+ Earthquake.

It takes 1000 M3+ Earthquakes to equal the energy of
(1) M6+ Earthquake.

It takes 10000 M2+ Earthquakes to equal the energy of
(1) M6+ Earthquake.

It takes 100000 M1+ Earthquakes to equal the energy of
(1) M6+ Earthquake.

It does not take Millions of Earthquakes to avoid
a major earthquake.

I do research but you don't.

sheep

Herman shakes His Head.

He Says.

Before you criticixe someone.

Check your facts.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 22306955


Okay...i'll chuck some figures at you to make it easier to understand ( although you have just shown already that there is not enough small earthquakes happening to prevent the big one, even by your calculations but anyway....)

A magnitude 1.2 quake releases energy equivalent to approx 1.1kg of tnt

A magnitude 8.0 quake releases energy equivalent to approx 15.0 megatons of tnt ( which is 15,000,000 kgs ) so .....you would need approximately 13,636,363 of those magnitude 1.2 quakes to equal the energy release of the magnitude 8.0...

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

wall
 Quoting: taniatarn


Or alternatively...if you dont believe me what about trying out this calculator..

[link to earthquake.usgs.gov]

you might learn something!...
5a
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Please note : Where appropriate for posted images/ graphs I acknowledge the New Zealand GeoNet project and its sponsors EQC, GNS Science and LINZ, for providing data/images used in my study and analyses of Volcanic and Earthquake information in New Zealand.
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Oh dear...that old myth again. Little earthquakes do not let off enough stress to avoid a large earthquake...not unless theres a few million of them. You really need to do a little research before posting about the ignorance of other people.....there are thousands of documented earthquakes that had foreshocks leading up to the big one...

wall
 Quoting: taniatarn


Perhaps you should do some research.

The Richter Scale is based on the Powers of 10.

It takes 10 M5+ Earthquakes to equal the energy of
(1) M6+ Earthquake.

It takes 100 M4+ Earthquakes to equal the energy of
(1) M6+ Earthquake.

It takes 1000 M3+ Earthquakes to equal the energy of
(1) M6+ Earthquake.

It takes 10000 M2+ Earthquakes to equal the energy of
(1) M6+ Earthquake.

It takes 100000 M1+ Earthquakes to equal the energy of
(1) M6+ Earthquake.

It does not take Millions of Earthquakes to avoid
a major earthquake.

I do research but you don't.

sheep

Herman shakes His Head.

He Says.

Before you criticixe someone.

Check your facts.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 22306955


Okay...i'll chuck some figures at you to make it easier to understand ( although you have just shown already that there is not enough small earthquakes happening to prevent the big one, even by your calculations but anyway....)

A magnitude 1.2 quake releases energy equivalent to approx 1.1kg of tnt

A magnitude 8.0 quake releases energy equivalent to approx 15.0 megatons of tnt ( which is 15,000,000 kgs ) so .....you would need approximately 13,636,363 of those magnitude 1.2 quakes to equal the energy release of the magnitude 8.0...

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

wall
 Quoting: taniatarn


Or alternatively...if you dont believe me what about trying out this calculator..

[link to earthquake.usgs.gov]

you might learn something!...
5a
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When earhquakes occur with low Magnitudes, energy is
released from the Faults.

Therefore a larger earthquake cannot occur.

Those Morons who believe that a large number of small
earthquakes are an indication of an Immenent Larger
Earthquake do not understand the basic laws of
Geophysics.

sheep

Herman Shakes his head at the unbelievable ignorance
or most of those who post on GLP.
 Quoting: gdwk 22306955


Oh dear...that old myth again. Little earthquakes do not let off enough stress to avoid a large earthquake...not unless theres a few million of them. You really need to do a little research before posting about the ignorance of other people.....there are thousands of documented earthquakes that had foreshocks leading up to the big one...

wall
 Quoting: taniatarn


Perhaps you should do some research.

The Richter Scale is based on the Powers of 10.

It takes 10 M5+ Earthquakes to equal the energy of
(1) M6+ Earthquake.

It takes 100 M4+ Earthquakes to equal the energy of
(1) M6+ Earthquake.

It takes 1000 M3+ Earthquakes to equal the energy of
(1) M6+ Earthquake.

It takes 10000 M2+ Earthquakes to equal the energy of
(1) M6+ Earthquake.

It takes 100000 M1+ Earthquakes to equal the energy of
(1) M6+ Earthquake.

It does not take Millions of Earthquakes to avoid
a major earthquake.

I do research but you don't.

sheep

Herman shakes His Head.

He Says.

Before you criticixe someone.

Check your facts.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 22306955


Okay...i'll chuck some figures at you to make it easier to understand ( although you have just shown already that there is not enough small earthquakes happening to prevent the big one, even by your calculations but anyway....)

A magnitude 1.2 quake releases energy equivalent to approx 1.1kg of tnt

A magnitude 8.0 quake releases energy equivalent to approx 15.0 megatons of tnt ( which is 15,000,000 kgs ) so .....you would need approximately 13,636,363 of those magnitude 1.2 quakes to equal the energy release of the magnitude 8.0...

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

wall
 Quoting: taniatarn


M1.0 to M1.9 earthquakes are very very small.

Approximately 13,000,000 M1.0 - M1.9 earthquakes occur
every year.

[link to earthquake.usgs.gov]

Since you are using M8+ earthquakes in your calculations
add (2) Zeros to my numbers.

I do agree that it takes at least 10,000,000 M1.0 to M1.9
earthquakes to equal (1) M8+.

It is a simple Principle in Geophysics that you need
energy to create Earthquakes.

Energy is stored when the Tectonic plates are locked.

When earthquakes occur energy is released.

If energy is released by small earthquakes, where does the energy
come from for Large Earthquakes?

During the last almost 23 Years a great deal of energy
was released.

During 2012 the number of earthquakes have dropped in
all Magnitudes.

Refer to the link I provided above.

sheep
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greece swarming too?
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greece swarming too?
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4.6 in greece just now

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Check this out - all these EQ in less than 5 mins

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 Quoting: nibiru2012planetx


When earhquakes occur with low Magnitudes, energy is
released from the Faults.

Therefore a larger earthquake cannot occur.

Those Morons who believe that a large number of small
earthquakes are an indication of an Immenent Larger
Earthquake do not understand the basic laws of
Geophysics.

sheep

Herman Shakes his head at the unbelievable ignorance
or most of those who post on GLP.
 Quoting: gdwk 22306955


are you in so cal??? and you cant make a staemnet like that...nobody knows for sure but after 30 years watching the EQ's here in so cal...it appears that when pressure is released down south, it moves some of that pressure north causing more EQ's
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 Quoting: nibiru2012planetx


When earhquakes occur with low Magnitudes, energy is
released from the Faults.

Therefore a larger earthquake cannot occur.

Those Morons who believe that a large number of small
earthquakes are an indication of an Immenent Larger
Earthquake do not understand the basic laws of
Geophysics.

sheep

Herman Shakes his head at the unbelievable ignorance
or most of those who post on GLP.
 Quoting: gdwk 22306955


are you in so cal??? and you cant make a staemnet like that...nobody knows for sure but after 30 years watching the EQ's here in so cal...it appears that when pressure is released down south, it moves some of that pressure north causing more EQ's
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 23116801


I live in Vancouver, Washington.

I am an Engineer.

Geology and Geophysics are my Hobbies.

I have studied the Cascade Subduction Zone and the
San Andreas Fault Extensively.

Since 1900 there have been only (5) M9+ Earthquakes.

None in California.

The Largest quake to occur in California is M7.9 which
occurred during the 19th Century.

A M7.8 Earthquake occurred in San Francisco in 1906.

A M7+ Earthquake occurred 119 Miles East of Los Angeles
in 1999.

A M7+ Earthquake should occur every 10 Years.

Southern California has been quiet due to the Large Number
small Earthquakes and will remain quiet unless the Small
Earthquakes Stop.

My Professor of Physics in College told me to Look at the
Data. Ignore whatever opinions others have.

The Earthquake Data tells me that Southern California
will be quiet for a prolonged period.

I do not try to Predict Earthquakes since Earthquakes are
random events.

I am only stating what is likely to happen based on the
Data.

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