Japan and Ecuador earthquakes related?

19 04 2016

PHYS.org Are the Japanese and Ecuador earthquakes related?

“. . . The local perturbations caused by the sudden shift of rock mass across a large rupture results in a cascade of smaller earthquakes, called aftershocks, at distances roughly equivalent to the length of initial fault rupture. Aftershock rates peak immediately following the mainshock and decay exponentially with time.
However, if nearby faults are locked and already stressed, more damaging earthquakes may be triggered in the short term. The 2004 Sumatra magnitude (Mw) 9.2 and 2005 Mw 8.6 Nias earthquakes are the best known examples of short-term “clustering” of very large quakes. . . “

. . . A clear message from earthquake scientists to the public is that the most dangerous time for future large earthquakes in an affected region is immediately (within days to weeks) following a major earthquake. . .
http://phys.org/news/2016-04-japanese-ecuador-earthquakes.html

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Meanwhile, over near Yellowstone . . .
 – – –     BREAKING: USGS WARNING to ALL in UTAH!

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19 04 2016
https://dublinsmick.wordpress.com

Keep the pontoon boat gassed up! 🙂

19 04 2016
flyingcuttlefish

duck n’ cover!!!

I wonder if they aren’t shooting a space weapon at the sun to make these solar storms. But I don’t know much about geo-magnetic stuff.
Lots on this angle on YuT00b (suspicious observers channel has beautiful shot of the storms).

19 04 2016
19 04 2016
flyingcuttlefish

Thanks! It is hard to keep up!
I update the earthquakes and then I get Yellowstone headlines … I fix that up and then I get Ecuador or Japan news….
agggg.
USGS issued gloomy prediction for Utah (on YS blog).

19 04 2016
A Green Road Project

Reblogged this on A Green Road Daily News.

19 04 2016
flyingcuttlefish

great!

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