Sunday, 4 December 2011

Global seismic tension rising sharply, alert for a big one!

December 4, 2011 – CALIFORNIA – A moderate string of earthquakes have rattled tectonic plate boundaries across the globe- a possible indication that a potential larger-scale seismic quake could erupt as a stress release. Growing seismic disturbances along the Caribbean plate, the Pacific Plate near Kermadec, New Zealand and Southeast Asia, and Alaska have reverberated in tremors across the planet. Indonesia, Taiwan and New Zealand were hit by mid-magnitude tremors this morning followed by the moderate earthquake eruption of a 4.9 and a 5.2 along the divergent boundary of the North Mid-Atlantic Ridge which separates the North American Plate from the Eurasian plate. That was followed by a quick succession of progressively moderate earthquakes including a 5.1 near Kermadec, a 5.2 south of Baja, California, a 5.3 near the east coast of Kamchatka, and a 5.4 magnitude earthquake in Papua, Indonesia. – (c) The Extinction Protocol

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