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Predictions for MARCH 2009 Print E-mail
Contributed by job   
Saturday, 11 April 2009
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LAST MONTH’S EARTHQUAKES

The Seismic Window of February 7-14,. 2009 was a bit surprising to me as no quakes exceeded 3.1M in Washington or Oregon, despite the lunar eclipse, perigee and 8.3-foot tides at the Golden Gate. The summary results follow:

(1) For the Mt. Diablo two degree circle there was a 3.8M near Tres Pinos on February 5th, two days early for a score of (80%).
(2) For the L.A. two degree circle there were two quakes near Mexicali of 3.7 and 3.6M on February 9th for a 100% hit. Both were just within the 140 mile radius. At 121 miles from L.A. was a 3.9M near Taft on Feb 15th, one day late for a 90% score.

For the L.A. two degree circle there were two quakes near Mexicali of 3.7 and 3.6M on February 9 for a Both were just within the 140 mile radius. At 121 miles from L.A. was a 3.9M near Taft on Feb 15, one day late for a 90% score.
(3) For the Northwest, no quake met the minimum scoring magnitude of 3.2 during the Window. However, there was a startling 4.6M 14 miles west of Seattle on January 31st and a unique 4.1M near Follows, in southwestern Oregon on the morning of February 26th. Both of these non-scoring quakes were in a Secondary Window following the new Moons of Jan. 26 and Feb 24. However, my predicted full Moon Window scored (00%)

For the Northwest, no quake met the minimum scoring magnitude of 3.2 during the Window. However, there was a startling 4.6M 14 miles west of Seattle on January 31 and a unique 4.1M near Follows, in southwestern Oregon on the morning of February 26. Both of these non-scoring quakes were in a Secondary Window following the new Moons of Jan. 26 and Feb 24. However, my predicted full Moon Window scored
(4) The Pacific Ring of Fire came thru with a 7.4M in Indonesia on Feb. 11th, for a (score of 100%). This was the first major quake in the world since my predicted January Window. It was followed by a 7.0M in the Kermadec Islands on February 18th, which was the fifth major so far this year, when two to three might be expected.

 

Summary: .80 + 1.00+ 00 + 1.00 =2.80/4 = 70%

 

My non-scoring MOSS prediction came very close. The Mediterranean countries had no significant quake until Feb 16, when a 5.6 hit southern Greece. I had called for a 5+M by Feb 15. Also a day late and a dollar short was a 4.6M in Western Turkey.

On Feb. 22nd there were quakes of 3.2M at Pt.. Sal, Pt. Arena and in Oklahoma. During February there were three small quakes of up to 3.0M on the Ramapo Fault in New Jersey.

 

PREDICTIONS FOR MARCH

The Seismic Window of March 8-15, 2009 depends on the Full Moon of March 10th and the Perigee 87 hours earlier. Tides at the Golden Gate reach a maximum of only 6.8 feet on March 8 (and 12.6 ft. at Puget Sound on March 9.) Not surprisingly,. after seven months of focusing on the full Moon syzygy, I will be switching to the new Moon from April through October, when much higher tidal ranges will occur. For March 8-15th I predict one or more quakes with the following characteristics.

(1) 3.5-6.5M within 2-degrees (140 miles) of Mt. Diablo at 37.9N; 121.9W.

(2) 3.5-6.5M within 140 miles of Los Angeles City Hall at 34.0N; 118.0W.

(3) 3.5-6.0M with an epicentral address of Oregon or Washington.

(4) 7.0+M globally, probably within the Pacific Ring of Fire where 80% of the strongest quakes have occurred in the past.

My non-scoring MOSS prediction is for a 4,0+M quake in TX or OK during March.2009

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