A YouTuber by the name of TheUnitedKnowledge has brought to our attention that there is a pattern emerging along the new Madrid fault zone that people should be are of. The fault zone is one of the largest in the world, with many seismologists predicting that the new Madrid is well over due for at least a 6.5 earthquake at the current time.
Here is the most recent video from United Knowledge that goes over why and how the new Madrid could erupt:
This is yet another event to watch for, as a new Madrid earthquake could potentially mean several large 8.0+ quakes, which is what took place when the new Madrid earthquake came alive. A first aid kit, water supplies, food, gasoline, and an emergency plan can help a family stay alive just in case the power goes out, or something takes place that requires you to have to leave the area.
New Madrid Seismic Zone potentially threaten parts of seven American states: Illinois, Indiana, Missouri, Arkansas, Kentucky, Tennessee and Mississippi. Those areas should be on high alert, as an eye opening pattern is clearly emerging.
Earthquake Activity For 1/25/2013
A shallow magnitude 3.1 earthquake was reported Friday morning one mile from Fairfield in Solano County, according to the U.S Geological Survey. The earthquake took place at 9:38 a.m Pacific time at a depth of 7.5 miles.
According to the USGS, the epicenter was two miles from Suisun City, six miles from Green Valley, 13 miles from Vallejo and 38 miles from Sanfrancisco City Hall.
In the last ten days there have been two magnitude 3.0 earthquakes in the area. According to a woman living in the area “We were in the courthouse and it shook the whole building”
At about 1:00 in the morning a 4.1 earthquake struck about two miles Northwest of Timpson, Texas at around
1:00 AM this morning, shaking doors open, knocking pictures off walls, and causing at least one chimney at reportedly collapse in the small East Texas community.
“It was like a rumbling, shaking, knocking-you-out-of-the-bed type feeling. It was very, very intense,” Timpson Municipal Court Clerk Paula Mullins told State Impact Texas by phone. Mullins said she had heard of a neighbor’s chimney falling over, but no reports of injuries.” – http://stateimpact.npr.org
A magnitude 4.0 earthquake is generally the point when an earthquake can start causing light damage. A 5.0 magnitude quake or higher, can damage a building that did wasn’t built properly.
Here is a list of magnitude 5.0 or greater earthquakes according to the U.S geological survery for 1/15/2013:
|5.3||9km W of Anakao, Madagascar||23.654°S||43.553°E||14.0|
|5.1||6km N of San Salvador de Jujuy, Argentina||24.141°S||65.307°W||41.9|
|5.0||3km WSW of Frassinoro, Italy||44.280°N||10.527°E||4.8|
|5.1||39km SW of Borujen, Iran||31.763°N||50.946°E||10.0|
Volcanic Activity For 1/25/2013
Lokon-Empung (Indonesia): Small ash emissions continue from the crater, as seen on the webcam image today. At the Ambrym volcano in Vanuatu a large S02 plume is seen on NOAA satellite data today, which indicates that fresh lave continues to arrive inside the lava lakes of the caldera vents. The White Island volcano in New Zealand undertook
gas measurements by scientists who found values of CO2 aand SO2 emissions at similar levels as December. Agrigan in the Mariana Islands USA, shows signs of possible volcanic plume from the volcano, located on the next volcanic island north of Pagan.
The san Cristobal volcano in Nicaragua is experiencing volcanic earthquakes and low level tremors at fluctuating levels within the volcano. San Miguel volcano in El Salvador shows volcanic tremor and earthquake numbers that have increased slightly yesterday, but dropped again today.
In Ecuador the Reventador volcano reported lava flows descending from the summit area and continuous emissions creating a 2 km tall plume yesterday. The capahue Chile volcano continues to show unrest with 25 volcano tectonic and 106 long period events, as well as episodes of tremor during 19 hours between 22-23 of January.
The Louisiana Sinkhole Shows Increased Activity
Ceri monitors for the Louisiana sinkhole went off the charts yesterday, as activity looks to be increasing, and the sinkhole in the area looks as if it is becoming larger:
” Scientists have noticed a recent increase in seismic activity near the 8.5-acre sinkhole at Bayou Corne, and worry that it might grow again, Assumption Parish officials say. The increase was first noticed about two weeks ago, John Boudreaux, director of the Assumption Parish Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness, told The Advocate.
Scientists noticed more than 80 such events on Jan. 18, but activity dropped after the sinkhole “burped” crude oil, debris and hydrocarbon to the surface the next morning, he said.
Boudreaux says officials worry that something may be shifting in salt deposits just east of the failed Texas Brine Co. LLC cavern that scientists believe caused the sinkhole. Company officials don’t know of any seismic activity since Jan. 19, spokesman Sonny Cranch told the Associated Press.”
The next couple of months will be something see, as gun control, and the threat of marshal law will be in affect between now and June according to John Moore’s inside sources. With everything that is taking place, preparedness is on the minds many, here is a video on Hygiene and sanitation that we believe our readers will find useful.