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« on: May 05, 2020, 03:05:02 PM »

Prepare for 6.4 to 9.2 within +/- ten days of May 7th, 2020, pursuant to methodology of the late, Jim Berkland.

https://www.cnet.com/news/dont-miss-the-last-full-supermoon-of-2020-a-super-flower-moon-on-may-7/

Earth Quake Warning & Recent Asteroid Near Miss
« Reply #1 on: May 11, 2020, 01:55:02 PM »
Prepare for 6.4 to 9.2 within +/- ten days of May 7th, 2020, pursuant to methodology of the late, Jim Berkland.

https://www.cnet.com/news/dont-miss-the-last-full-supermoon-of-2020-a-super-flower-moon-on-may-7/


There has been so much shaking in Indonesia recently, but most Americans never hear about it.  Just a few days ago, Indonesia was hit by a magnitude 6.9 earthquake that was so powerful that it was actually felt in Australia…

    A powerful earthquake in Indonesia has been felt in the Northern Territory.

    Residents of Darwin reported online they had felt the shake, which registered as a magnitude-6.9 quake late on Wednesday evening.

    The tremor hit the Banda Sea, more than 600km north of Darwin, at a depth of 142km.

http://endoftheamericandream.com/archives/as-the-world-is-distracted-by-covid-19-a-series-of-large-earthquakes-is-rocking-the-ring-of-fire

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« Reply #2 on: May 15, 2020, 04:11:35 PM »

6.5 magnitude earthquake hits Nevada near Area 51; quake felt from Utah to California

The temblor was reported at 4:03 a.m. about 35 miles outside Tonopah, just east of the Sierra Nevada range. First recorded as a 6.4 earthquake, the USGS later upgraded it to a 6.5 magnitude.

https://www.foxnews.com/us/earthquake-nevada-felt-from-utah-to-california

Earth Quake Warning & Recent Asteroid Near Miss
« Reply #3 on: May 15, 2020, 04:13:30 PM »
6.5 magnitude earthquake hits Nevada near Area 51; quake felt from Utah to California

The temblor was reported at 4:03 a.m. about 35 miles outside Tonopah, just east of the Sierra Nevada range. First recorded as a 6.4 earthquake, the USGS later upgraded it to a 6.5 magnitude.

https://www.foxnews.com/us/earthquake-nevada-felt-from-utah-to-california
Strange after the China Lake quake. Surely a coincidence. 

https://www.navfac.navy.mil/navfac_worldwide/pacific/fecs/southwest/about_us/our_services/capital_improvements/naws-china-lake-earthquake-recovery.html


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« Reply #5 on: May 15, 2020, 04:31:09 PM »
I predicted these.
https://bellgab.com/index.php?topic=12979.msg1392728#msg1392728

Jim Berkland found that lunar tidal forces cause Earthquakes.  We just had a Supermoon.

https://web.archive.org/web/20050212030940/http://www.syzygyjob.com/

https://www.facebook.com/pg/Jim-Berkland-219026981458410/posts/


I copy and pasted this entire page, because it's displayed in yellow font and is nearly invisible:
https://web.archive.org/web/20050210091058/http://syzygyjob.com/Proofs/waterwt.shtml

Most high school graduates, having had at least one science class, learned that a cubic foot of fresh water at standard conditions of temperature and pressure weighs 62.4 pounds. That fact may have little impact on you unless you have carried buckets of water for livestock, or for landscape irrigation, or for camping, or have packed "Indian tanks" on your back for firefighting. I have participated in all of those activities and I have a healthy respect for water weight.

As a geologist I have appreciated the importance of underground water pore-pressure in de-stabilizing hill slopes, and I have participated with engineers and other geologists in preparing plans and procedures for controlling concentrations of water to prevent damage of various kinds to both natural landscapes and artificial constructions.

In relatively recent years it has been recognized that water can be an important factor relative to triggering earthquakes, although each step along the way has been highly controversial at the outset. Now it is generally accepted that pumping fluids in or out of deep wells can stimulate earthquakes. Often construction of large dams and reservoirs is also associated with subsequent earthquakes (R.I.S.), even in areas that have been historically stable.
Similarly there are a number of significant papers in the scientific literature that show clear correlations between earthquakes and local flooding or unusually heavy and prolonged precipitation.

Furthermore, the rhythmic oscillations of tide waters have been studied as another means of triggering earthquakes in Coastal areas. Several hundred articles in the world's scientific literature have explored this mechanism, along with the undulatory effects of "earth tides" that affect the interiors of continents, more than a thousand miles from the seashore.

These tidal effects are mainly the result of the phases of the Moon, although the Sun contributes about 42 per cent to the range of ocean tides. When the Earth is in a tug-of-war between the Sun and Moon, the earth tides can attain three feet, and in sea coast areas of unusual topography, such as in the Bay of Fundy, the ocean tides can range more than 50 feet in a six hour period. (Contrast this with the island shores of the mid-Pacific, where tides may range less than two feet.)
All this talk of water loading and unloading needs a quantitative basis for clear understanding. There is no question that the crust of the Earth behaves elastically and massive ice sheets depresses it many hundreds of feet. In fact, in Scandinavia and Canada where continental glaciers exceeded two miles in thickness as recently as 12,000 to 18,000 years ago, the solid crust is still slowly rising in response to relief from the great load of ice.

At the Golden Gate, where a normal range in daily tide is four to five feet, the daily difference between high and low tide often exceeds eight feet at the time of a new or full Moon (syzygy.) The range may reach 8.5 to 9.2 feet on the rare occasions when a syzygy occurs on the same day as the monthly closest approach of the Moon to the Earth (perigee.) This rare event takes place only from two to five times per year and the maximum gravitational force between 1600 AD and 2200 AD took place at such a time on January 4, 1912, the day of the strongest West Coast earthquake in two years. Was this just coincidence? Let us analyze some forces that may cause old Mother Earth to "slip a disk" (or a plate?):

One acre = 43,560 sq. ft. ; One acre-foot of water = 43,560 cu. ft.; x 62.4 lbs./cubic foot = 2,714,439 lbs. = 1,357.22 tons

One square mile =640 acres; 640 x 1,357.22 tons = 868,620 tons/ ft. (of pure water)

Sea water (specific gravity 1.035) weighs more. 1.03.5 x 868,620 = 899,022 tons/sq. mi. (per foot of sea-water). In addition, for each foot of cold turbid sea-water (maximum density at 39.4F), the load for each square mile would be about 920,000 tons. To make it memorable, I refer to the loading as "nearly 1 million tons per square mile."
Now look at the 500 square miles of the San Francisco Bay and Delta, where eight to nine feet of saline water surges back and forth within a six-hour cycle:
9 ft. x 500 sq. mi. x 1 million tons equals a rapid load change totaling about 4.5 BILLION tons No wonder Mother Earth occasionally slips a disk in the San Francisco Bay Area!

By: James O. Berkland

Earth Quake Warning & Recent Asteroid Near Miss
« Reply #6 on: May 15, 2020, 04:32:58 PM »

For posterity.  No telling if this page will otherwise remain, and the method is too, valuable to lose.
https://web.archive.org/web/20050204024352/http://syzygyjob.com/secret.shtml


   The word, SYZYGY, is in your dictionary, surprisingly enough. It refers to an alignment of celestial bodies, primarily the Sun, Moon, and Earth, and it happens twice a month at the time of a new or full Moon. At such times, the gravitational forces are in line, and the ocean tides (as well as the solid Earth tides) are at a maximum, especially if the bodies are close together. The Earth and Moon are closest (at perigee) once a month; the Earth and Sun are closest (perihelion) once a year in early January. Thus the most extreme gravitational stress on the Earth's crust and oceans must occur in early January, if a syzygy and perigee occur on the same day. The optimum such example in 600 years was on January 4, 1912, when syzygy and perigee were only six minutes apart. On that day the strongest quake (5.5M) in California/Nevada in two years occurred near Bishop, California. Under less extreme conditions but within a day of syzygy we find such notable earthquakes as: Long Beach, CA(1933), Tehachapi, CA(1952), Olympia, WA (1949), Hebgen Lake, MT (1959), Anchorage, Alaska (1964), San Fernando, CA(1971), Tangshan, China (1976), Eureka, CA(1980), Landers, CA(1992), and Kobe, Japan (1995). The World Series Earthquake was publicly predicted by this method when the maximum tidal force in two years occurred on October 14, 1989, less than four days before the devastating 7.1M quake. The Seattle Quake of January 28, 1995 was predicted on Seattle television and radio less than six days before the strongest Seattle shaker in 30 years struck on January 28, 1995, the day after perigee and two days before New Moon.

In 1995 (through July) Seismic Windows helped predict the three strongest earthquakes in western Washington, the three strongest in the S. F. Bay area, and 12 of the 14 major earthquakes in the world. If someone tells you that earthquakes cannot be predicted, don't believe them. Try it yourself, anyone can do it. (the hard part is being right.)
   

Earth Quake Warning & Recent Asteroid Near Miss
« Reply #7 on: May 18, 2020, 11:58:32 PM »
Prepare for 6.4 to 9.2 within +/- ten days of May 7th, 2020, pursuant to methodology of the late, Jim Berkland.

https://www.cnet.com/news/dont-miss-the-last-full-supermoon-of-2020-a-super-flower-moon-on-may-7/
CAN'T FUCKIN COUNT ON NUTHIN!!

WHERE'S MY EARTH  ….   .. QUAKE!?