Saturday, April 21, 2012

Oklahoma M2.9 On Main Fault


It is soooo boring without an earthquake in Okieland.  Luckily I never have to wait long.  Like I said before, this is filling in a Toronto pattern, so we should expect more earthquakes to line along the main fault, and some more M5+'s in the disturbed zone.  Now for Arkansas!

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hi Harold,

As an amateur geologist living close to the Appleby Line/Lakeshore area in Burlington I find your posts fascinating and informative. Felt the boom in Nov/11.

There is a theory as to why we are getting more seismic activity - everywhere around the world - have you seen it? It is a little farfetched, but it would explain many things such as the seismic activity, booms, sinkholes, more active volcanoes, increased animal die-offs, and political events in the US such as being one signature away from martial law, and the FEMA camps.

http://poleshift.ning.com/profiles/blogs/7-of-10-status-as-of-april-19-2012

Is this possible?

Thanks,

An aspiring geologist

Anonymous said...

I posted above.

BTW, the next big predictions are for a major adjustment of the New Madrid, then another major EQ in Japan.

http://poleshift.ning.com/profiles/blogs/7-of-10-sequence

Harold Asmis said...

There is no great increase in world earthquakes, except all the man-made ones in the US. New Madrid is expanding out of its old constraints, but we could never put a prediction on it. Ok or Arkansas may beat it! :)

Anonymous said...

Thank you Harold for your response.

But you are wrong about earthquake prediction.

Note here where I predicted the Mexican quake on a silver investors blog.

http://silverdoctors.blogspot.ca/2012/03/sd-reader-predicts-mexico-city-quake-24.html

Based on the 188 day earthquake cycle, which is caused by an inbound Heavy Mass Object in the solar system. I know it sounds crazy, it did to me as well, but many things started to add up.

Next predictions:

Major New Madrid adjustment (within 3 months)
followed by major adjustment of the San Andreas (which will cause minor damage compared with the New Madrid effects), followed by another major EQ in Japan.

Harold Asmis said...

Well, frankly, I'm more worried about the big blog of Dark Matter about to hit us, but we can easily wait for this New Madrid thing. The odds are the same as me winning something!