Monday, October 25, 2010

Earthquake Watch thru October 27th, 2010

Astrotometry Log October 24th, 2010 approximately 18:39 UTC at the time of this recording.

Earthquake Watch thru October 27th, 2010

Entering a period of significant northern hemisphere seismic activity. A recent decline in solar x-ray activity and Astrotometry of recent coronal disturbances indicate a very strong seismic event in the coming days.

A seismic event over 6.5 in magnitude is likely and an event over 7.5 in magnitude is possible in a region near 15 degrees north latitude. Geomagnetic shocks from the indicative disturbance may be potentiated, nullified or displaced in time-space due to solar wind-speed fluctuations from recent coronal mass ejections.

The exact location of the event is unknown.

Profile comparisons with previous disturbances, longitudinal displacement correlated from a recent 6.7 magnitude earthquake in the Gulf of California, feature proximity with a coronal mass ejection correlated with Super Typhoon Megi, and form similarity with the western edge of the Philippine plate, indicate this region as theoretically more probable.

Recent seismic activity in this region and in the Gulf of California may be foreshocks for more significant events.

The most likely days for the event, are October 25th and 26th, 2010.

This scientific log is a service of the Cosabio Virtual Institute and is not intended for emergency response. Emergency managers are encouraged to use all available data, including other earthquake indicators, in consideration of appropriate action.

Results of this watch will be annotated at the end of this video.

Data thanks to NASA, SOHO, CELIAS-SEM, SDO, USGS, and The NRL.

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