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The Frequency of Real Earthquakes is still Low


By Zuerrnnovahh-Starr Livingstone
http://educate-yourself.org/zsl/infrequentnaturalearthquakes02sep121.shtml
September 2, 2012

The Frequency of Real Earthquakes is still Low by ZS Livingstone (Sep. 2, 2012)

On August 25, 2012, I posted: "The Frequency & Intensity of Earthquakes Worldwide Have Dropped Dramatically".(http://educate-yourself.org/zsl/earthquakeslessen25aug12.shtml)

On that day, a swarm of small artificial earthquakes hit San Diego County, California. In one week since, there have been over five hundred quakes. Most of them were between 2.5 and 4.0 Richter and at a depth of 10 kilometers.

During the first five days of the swarm in California, there were few quakes along the Asian section of the Ring of Fire. Excluding California and a swarm of quakes off the coast of El Salvador and The Virgin Islands, the rate of 4.0 Richter or greater tremors was less than sixty to eighty per week or between two hundred fifty to three hundred fifty per month. Two to three hundred quakes over 4.0 Richter per month is the approximate natural seismicity for the world. Now quakes have resumed in Asia with a 7.6 Richter quake near the Philippines.

The United States Geological Survey (USGS) reported the large El Salvador quake ofAugust 27, 2012, as a 7.7 Richter. Seismologists in Central America said their instruments showed it was 5.7 Richter. The USGS page reports the quake as 7.3 Richter and IRIS Seismic Monitor reports 4.7 Richter.

The USGS is altering the data to suit those who are creating artificial earthquakes.

The earthquake platform creating the San Diego swarm did not have the capability to produce many quakes over 4.0 Richter. It was probably pushed into service when all the other platforms were out of action. The quakes were felt locally, but did not cause any problems in San Diego or Los Angeles. Many of the artificial quakes were less than three seconds showing the limited power available on the platform.

It is exceedingly likely the numbers of quakes and their sizes were inflated by the USGS.

The Philippine 7.6 Richter on August 31, 2012, produced a small tsunami. Its depth at35 kilometers is one of the signature depths for artificial quakes. A larger earthquake platform may have been put into space or one of the faltering platforms repaired. Looking at the world map, Japan has had few quakes after three years of artificially induced swarms of quakes. Indonesia has had the most of all Asia, but it is much less than just a month ago.

The USGS today, September 1, 2012, reports 675 quakes worldwide on its map:
http://earthquake.usgs.gov/earthquakes/recenteqsww/ .

When North America is clicked, another map pops up showing 591 quakes for North America. The USGS reports 2.5 Richter or greater quakes for the USA and 4.0 Richter for the rest of the world. It is a cunning obfuscation making a nearly unreadable map presentation even more incomprehensible. Taking the available figures, the worldwide incidence was 84 tremors in one week or about 340 quakes per month. Normally, North America does not have more than 10% of earthquakes worldwide. Extrapolating from that percentage an incidence of 34 quakes for North America, then the 4.0 Richter or greater rate for this week was about 374. A lot less than the 950 quakes per month reported in March of 2011.

The natural rate is between two hundred and three hundred 4.0 Richter quakes per month. Everything above those numbers is terrorism.

Zuerrnnovahh-Starr Livingstone


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