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Thursday, May 13, 2010

Earthquakes due to Saturn changing Direction and Jupiter closing in

hi
Saturn is changing direction from retrograde to direct on 30th May 2010 and Jupiter slowly approaching closer and closer to Earth ,major quakes ,eruptions as well as natural disasters may occur.watch out following dates 16th and 23 rd May 2010
23rd May 2010is more potent date
23rd May 2010 ,04.45 Hrs IST major earthquake is expected (7+)
regards
Amit

13 comments:

Roger Hunter said...

Amit;

Got it.

Roger

medeea said...

what are the reginos where can occur the 7+ earthquakes?

AMIT said...

medeea,Roger
Generally I do not give places because the accuracy of place is less thsn 50%.However,every quake I predict (especially 7+) I calculate and write down place in my personal note.
Here ,for the first time ,ever, I am venturing in predicting the place.
My personal note reads this way

place- 5 degrees north to 5 degrees south bend and 130 degrees east/175 degrees east or 75 degrees west
Plese bear with me as this is the first public trial of place prediction
regads
Amit

AMIT said...

hi
The place and magnitude mentioned above is for 23rd may 2010,0445 Hrs IST .
regards
Amit

Roger Hunter said...

Amit;

At this point I'm only checking date and magnitude.

So far you're losing.

Roger

AMIT said...

hi
please note my date 16th May and increase in Iceland volcano eruption. London and Eurore Air traffice affected.
I am very sure of the relation of dates and Natural disasters,let whole world stand up in opposition
keep watching
Amit

Roger Hunter said...

Amit;

You're clutching at straws and twisting the facts trying to support your theory.

Not good science. Actually, not science at all.

Roger

AMIT said...

Roger
I am not changing any of my stand. On dates predicted Natural disasters may occur,this was announced quite clearly and very early.
The day I will be convinced ,that there is no fact,whatsoever, in my theory, i will drop it instantly
regards

Roger Hunter said...

Amit;

You have already shown that facts do not impress you.

Look for a paper by Vidale et al on tides and earthquakes.

His was the first study to show ANY tidal effect but only in shallow angle thrust faults. And the quakes happened at LOW tide as the weight of the water was removed.

You're just wrong.

Roger

Roger Hunter said...

Amit

Let me remind you that I do not have to prove you are wrong.

It's up to you to prove you are right.

You should know that.

But I have proved you wrong anyway.

Roger

AMIT said...

Roger
please see the site mentioned below.
A copy of some part of magazine says something else
Reference--

http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2004/10/041022103948.htm

Cochran and Vidale analyzed more than 2,000 earthquakes worldwide, magnitude 5.5 and higher, which struck from 1977 to 2000. They studied earthquakes in "subduction zones" where one tectonic plate dives under another, such as near the coasts of Alaska, Japan, New Zealand and western South America. "These earthquakes show a correlation with tides because along continent edges ocean tides are strong," Vidale said, "and the orientation of the fault plane is better known than for faults elsewhere."

Roger Hunter said...

Amit;

No, that quote is what I said. Tidal triggering only happens in certain places with particular types of faults.

It is such a small effect that it could not be noticed until recently.

It does not happen with every quake as you are contending.

Roger

Roger Hunter said...

Amit;

But I've read the paper and emailed with Dr Vidale.

Roger