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EARTHQUAKE MAG 5.4 İN LOS ANGELES !

EXPECTING MAG 7.5 EARTHQUAKE IN LOS ANGELES !

THE city of Los Angeles is in “earthquake mode” after a 5.3 magnitude quake struck off the coast of Southern California.

The quake’s epicentre was around 60km southwest of Ventura, near the Channel Islands, at 12.29pm on Thursday, the US Geological Survey (USGS) said.

It was the strongest tremor to hit the area in four years, fuelling fears the “big one” was coming and placing emergency services on high alert.

The jolt sent the Los Angeles Fire Department (LAFD) into “earthquake mode”, deploying firefighters across the city to check over buildings, power lines and dams.

The quake was viewed as an ideal opportunity for emergency services to prepare for a major earthquake.

The USGS recently predicted that the Golden State has a 46 per cent chance of a 7.5 magnitude or higher quake within the next 30 years.

Experts predict an earthquake of 7.8 — three times as powerful as the one that hit in 1994 — would leave at least 50,000 injured.

Shaking was felt all along the coast, from the San Luis Obispo area to the north to San Clemente in the south, USGS reported.

Many of the more than 300 day visitors and campers who were on Santa Rosa, Santa Cruz and Anacapa islands when the temblor struck reported feeling a jolt and rolling motions, according to Yvonne Menard, a spokeswoman for the Channel Islands National Park.

A couple of bricks fell off a chimney structure on a Nature Conservancy property on Santa Cruz Island, but beyond that there were no injuries on any of the islands, Ms Menard told KTLA.

No evacuations were ordered.

On social media, people across the Southern California region also reported feeling the quake, with many describing it as “rolling”.

One woman said the quake’s “rolling motion” caused walls to creak and items to swing in Torrance.

For those working in high-rise buildings, the shaking was more intensely felt.

“It lasted about a minute and it was pretty scary,” Gary Daugenti, who was on the 12th floor of an office building when the shaking began, told KTLA.

“It started rolling but it got a little bit more violent as it went on, but it didn’t get to the point where it was a violent shake.”

 

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Magnitude M 4.3
Region CENTRAL ITALY
Date time 2018-04-04 18:41:34.9 UTC
Location 43.39 N ; 13.22 E
Depth 10 km
Distances 144 km N of Roma, Italy / pop: 2,564,000 / local time: 20:41:33.0 2018-04-04 
55 km E of Perugia, Italy / pop: 150,000 / local time: 20:41:33.0 2018-04-04 
36 km SW of Macerata, Italy / pop: 40,900 / local time: 20:41:33.0 2018-04-04 

 

TWO EARTHQUAKES OCCURRED BEFORE 48 HOURS IN THE MIDDLE AND EASTERN TURKEY AFTER PUBLISHING THE SATELLITE PICTURE.

I published a satellite picture on the top. 

This satellite pictures showing a centre of low pressure and on the east side the movements of clouds just from the South to the North and on the west side of the low-pressure centre from the North to the South. 

The most important situation is that during March 1970, at 23.05 hours a big earthquake occurred in Western Turkey. I discovered non-meteorological clouds in the atmosphere moving just 180 degrees opposite each other. It was NOT an occlusion front. Mag 7.2 quake occurred in Gediz. 

Now in this satellite picture, I do NOT see any stratus clouds under the nimbostratus clouds but the angle is same as 1970's situation. Imagine some stratus clouds moving to the south direction just under the nimbostratus clouds which are moving to the North. I could say that this is an occlusion front but also I could say that there is an ionization in the lower atmosphere because of the stress. But I just saw now that already Mag 3.8 earthquake occurred on the North side of the country last night. I MISSED IT, unfortunately, but again if another earthquake occurs in the middle or  Eastern part of Turkey in a few days I will not be surprised. I just wanted to share with you. Thank you very much for your consideration

31 MARCH 2018 10.45 BRUSSELS TIME... TO BE ABLE TO FOLLOW THE METEOROLOGICAL EVENT PLEASE CLICK THE FOLLOWING LINK AND SUBMIT THE DATE AND TIME ON THE TOP OF THE SATELLITE PICTURE.. PUT 29 OF MARCH 2018 AND LOOK INSERT EVERY ONE HOUR TO BE ABLE TO FOLLOW THE CLOUDS MOVEMENTS.

HERE THE LINK.... WEATHER SATELLITE HISTORY

ANOTHER ONE !

ITALY EARTHQUAKES AND IONIZED CLOUDS

HERE WE CAN SEE THE CORRELATION BETWEEN EARTHQUAKES AND METEOROLOGY

You have to follow the dates and hour of the satellite pictures on the top and then check the earthquakes registered by EMSC with the date and timing of the earthquakes. We have many other statistics concerning the correlation between earthquakes and the science of meteorology. To understand this correlation you have to visit the following SCIENCE page. Be sure that you have to read also the folloing page which is SCIENCE1.html

On the satellite pictures you can see a lot of STATIONNARY clouds formation. Then earthquakes occur on this area. The science of this phenomena as I said on the top is explained on the Science pages. They have been proved in NASA Goddard Space and NASA Ames laboratories.

 

 

 

A GASH IN THE SUN'S ATMOSPHERE: A canyon-like hole has opened in the sun's atmosphere, and it is spewing a broad stream of solar wind toward Earth. NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory is monitoring the structure, shown here on March 13th:

This is a "coronal hole"--a region where the sun's magnetic field opens up and allows solar wind to escape. Coronal holes appear, in various shapes and forms, several times each month. This one is unusually wide, stretching more than 800,000 km across the face of the sun.

NOAA forecasters say there is a 55% chance of G1-class geomagnetic storms when the solar wind stream arrives on March 14th or 15th. G1-class storms are relatively minor and have little effect on satellites and global power grids. However, they can disorient animals that migrate using magnetic cues at high latitudes and usually spark bright auroras around the Arctic Circle. Free: Aurora Alerts

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China launches electromagnetic satellite to study earthquake precursors

China launches its first seismo-electromagnetic satellite, known as Zhangheng 1 in Chinese, into a sun-synchronous orbit from Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center, in northwest China's Gobi Desert, Feb. 2, 2018. The satellite was launched to study seismic precursors, which might help establish a ground-space earthquake monitoring and forecasting network in the future. (Xinhua/Wang Jiangbo)

by Xinhua writers Quan Xiaoshu, Liu Wei

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EARTHQUAKES AND ELECTROMAGNETIC WAVES - INTRODUCTION VIDEO

 

Earthquake Warning - Forecast 10-13 January 2017