On September 2, 2011 I predicted that there would be an earthquake on the west coast within two weeks. Today at about 12:40pm a magnitude 6.4 earthquake shook Vancouver Island. Based on an analysis of today’s activity I predict another earthquake to happen within the next two weeks along the south eastern edge of the North American tectonic plate.
On September 2, 2011 I predicted that there would be an earthquake on the west coast within two weeks. Today at about 12:40pm a magnitude 6.4 earthquake shook Vancouver Island. Based on an analysis of today’s activity I predict another earthquake to happen within the next 2 weeks along the south eastern edge of the North American tectonic plate.
In my article published on September 2, 2011, “Alaskan Earthquake was Predicted Last Week and More Warnings” I wrote, “Based on two dynamics, I now predict that there will be more earthquakes along the western edge of the North American plate (west coast)…” You can read the full article and analysis at http://scienceray.com/earth-sciences/alaskan-earthquake-was-predicted-last-week-and-more-warnings/
This was my second prediction in the last two weeks that has come to pass. My first prediction was that there would be an earthquake along the western edge of the North American Tectonic plate within the month, “…if I lived along the west coast I would prepare for the possibility of an earthquake within the next month.” You can read the full article and analysis at http://scienceray.com/earth-sciences/earthquake-warning-for-california-and-west-coast/
Although today’s earthquake were connected to sideway shifting of the Juan de Fuca and Explorer plates along a boundary called the Nootka Fault, the friction pressure equilibrium was thrown off balance be recent shifts on both the western and eastern edge of the North American tectonic plates. The friction points have been affected by a chain-reaction of pressures placed upon the tectonic plates. These pressures include massive water movement, such as caused by a tsunamis and hurricanes.
In addition to the above two articles I reference, I also explain the dynamics of these pressures and how they are related to earthquakes in my article, “Hurricane Irene and North Carolina Earthquake Connection” published on August 26, 2011 found at http://scienceray.com/earth-sciences/meteorology/hurricane-irene-and-north-carolina-earthquake-connection/
In that article I stated “Since the tectonic plates are all connected and held in place by various pressures above the surface, at surface and below surface, including gravity itself any change in any one of these dynamics will produce additional effects and possibly an extended chain reaction. Though we don’t know what will happen next and over the next couple of weeks, it is quite possible that if anything abnormal is going to happen, it’ll happen in this period.” The chain reaction is exactly what has been happening since I wrote this article.
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I now predict that within the next two weeks there will be an earthquake on the south – south eastern edge of the North American tectonic plate in the Caribbean area where the North American tectonic plate meets the Caribbean plate and along that fault line going eastward along the edge with the South American plate. The African plate is also in a position where it might experience a shift as the North American plate bears southward. The most likely point of release of pressure seems to be the Caribbean plate, specifically along Central American (with impact being felt in Panama, Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Honduras, El Salvador, Guatemala, Belize and southern Mexico) and eastward to the Caribbean islands.
Although this is just a prediction, because I’ve been pretty accurate on my last predictions, if you’re planning a trip to any one of these countries, you might want to be prepared. If you live in the area, then I encourage you to have a disaster emergency plan. You can read how to do it for free at http://gomestic.com/emergency-preparation/make-a-disaster-emergency-plan-in-only-20-minutes-for-free/