Saturday, October 28, 2017

Dutchsinse : Large Earthquake Warning issued for West Pacific

Large Earthquake Warning issued for West Pacific


West Coast USA on watch this week


Michael Janitch

October 28 2017 

Watch the full video update with explanation of today's events: 
West Coast on Earthquake Alert
Professional Make Tectonic Discovery

October 28, 2017
Over the past 24 hours, there has been a significant increase in seismic activity across the Southwest Pacific, as well as new swarms of earthquakes breaking out along the West Coast of the United States (California).
Above: October 27-28, 2017 -- New deep earthquakes seen raised high off the globe, and a noteworthy increase in seismic activity across the SW Pacific, and Eastern Pacific / California.
The increase in earthquake activity has been noted around the areas South of Fiji, extending across the Kermedec Islands, towards Northern New Zealand, as well as near Guam yet once again.
Additionally, multiple new deep earthquakes struck in the West + East Pacific (Papua New Guinea, Malaysia, and Bolivia South America).
Why do deep earthquakes matter?  Each new deep earthquake can add power, and carry on the time / length of the "deep earthquake event" taking place over the past several days.
The largest of the deep earthquakes was a M6.7 over 500km below the surface, located in an area under the plate called the "Asthenosphere".  In this region we have seen deep earthquakes cause shallower larger earthquakes within approximately 10 days or less from the deep event occurring.
Because deep earthquakes are capable of causing shallower larger events, we have issued a warning for the West Pacific to be on watch after the deep M6.7 struck below Indonesia.   The warning is calling for a shallower larger earthquake which could top out from M7.7 to M8.7.
Across the Pacific, in California, the earthquake swarms are carrying on near the offshore drilling / oil platforms, as well as the slow slip increasing in frequency + power.   The number of earthquakes are increasing, and the magnitudes are increasing as well.  This means we need to watch for new movement off the coast to the NORTHWEST of California over the next several days which should be larger than the events which struck in Southern California already, possibly going as high as upper M5.0 to lower M6.0 (off the coast).
No main stream media, no alternative media, no governmental sources, or private industry made note of the FOUR different offshore drilling platforms near the coast of Los Angeles / Santa Barbara which were struck by the M4.0+ activity a day ago.

I am the only person on the planet who made note of the offshore drilling platforms connection to the earthquakes which struck.
Strange isn't it?
It's almost as if there isn't anyone out there keeping track at all..... or.... maybe there really aren't 7.5 billion people on the planet... 🙂  hmm

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