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Major earthquakes for January 2014 predicted

Posted by Amit Dave on August 25, 2013 at 9:45 AM

hi

After calculating the details on these dates and times,following are the probable locations

 

PLEASE NOTE THAT,THESE ARE MERE CALCULATIONS AND THAT, THERE ARE ALL CHANCES OF LOCATION DETAILS GOING WRONG.

THESE ARE MY PERSONAL OPINIONS AND SHOULD NOT BE TREATED AS AN EXPERTS PREDICTION

1) 31st Dec 2013....0015 UTC...7.6

150 degree East to 170 degree East and /or 10 degree West to 30 degree west

 

2)1st January 2014...2115 UTC...7.7

100 degree west to 120 degree west and /or 60 degree East to 80 degree East

 

window period + or - one day

magnitude window + or - 0.3

location window ..already given above

 

Amit

 

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2 Comments

Reply joeritro@yahoo.com
7:29 PM on September 5, 2013 
Hi Amit,

I just checked your prediction against my methods and I do see a likelihood for a significant earthquake around the same time as you do, but I would say it could be as low as a 6.5 magnitude event. The two most likely locations indicated are China or Japan (but so far I haven't had much luck predicting locations). I see a 6.25 day window beginning at 0130 UTC on 12/30/13, with two peaks. The first peak would be at approximately 1330 UTC on 12/31/13 and the second one would be at about 1430 UTC on 1/4/14.

Best Regards, Joe
Reply joeritro@yahoo.com
10:02 AM on September 6, 2013 
Hi again Amit,

Based on that second peak mentioned in my last comment, I wish to add Turkey, Italy, and Jamaica to my list of potential locations for any predicted quake(s). I would also like to mention that if only one significant earthquake occurs within the window I described, it would be no less than a magnitude 6.7 event. If two or more earthquakes occur then they could be as low as 6.5 in magnitude.

That is it for now, Joe