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Sunday, July 07, 2013

Earthquake prediction for 1st January 2014

Earthquake prediction for 1st January 2014

Generally I predict earthquakes one month in advance. However, while running a live software of planet positions ,I stumbled upon one date,ie 1st January 2014. I found this date as a potent date ,which can trigger 7.5 Magnitude quake. Probable time 12.15 UTC
  Places (tentative )were calculated but can not be disclosed as per guideline of National Disaster Act 2005

Amit

10 comments:

Thomas Garforth said...

why cant you say which country this will happen in
Cheers Tom

Thomas Garforth said...

why cant you say which country this will happen in
Cheers Tom

AMIT said...

Thomas Garforth
As stated earlier predicting all three aspects ie Date,magnitude and place is treated as offence as per National Disater Act 2005.
Moreover, place accuracy is not up to the mark.
Neverthe less , if it is demanded by people at large, probable place can be posted ( there are all chances that it may go wrong)
Let people decide
Amit

Anonymous said...

In other words he is casting his net as wide as possible to take advantages of the law of averages to make sure somewhere he will be right!

AMIT said...


hi
I will be posting the date ,time
( which are already mentioned) as well as place soon
pl see my blog posting ,where it is clear that, my predictions are well above averages and odds

http://www.blogger.com/comment.g?blogID=33253361&postID=7986415862984016970&page=1&token=1376305012429

and

http://earthquake-prediction.blogspot.in/2013/07/basic-guide-line-to-predict-major.html
Amit

AMIT said...

hi
Two major quakes are predicted ,well in advance herewith

1) 31st Dec 2013....0015 UTC...7.6

2)1st January 2014...2115 UTC...7.7

Amit

AMIT said...

hi
After calculating the details on these dates and times,following are the probable locations

PLEASE NOTE THAT,THESE ARE MERE CALCULATIONS AND THAT, THERE ARE ALL CHANCES OF LOCATION DETAILS GOING WRONG.
THESE ARE MY PERSONAL OPINIONS AND SHOULD NOT BE TREATED AS AN EXPERTS PREDICTION
1) 31st Dec 2013....0015 UTC...7.6
150 degree East to 170 degree East and /or 10 degree West to 30 degree west

2)1st January 2014...2115 UTC...7.7
100 degree west to 120 degree west and /or 60 degree East to 80 degree East

window period + or - one day
magnitude window + or - 0.3
location window ..already given above

Amit

Joseph Ritrovato said...

Hi Amit,

Just a note to say that I am also predicting at least one 6.7 magnitude or higher earthquake (as low as 6.5 magnitude if there are going to be more than one) inside a 6.25 day window beginning at 0130 UTC on 12/30/2013. My peak times are at 1330 UTC on 12/31/13 and 1430 UTC on 1/4/14. Potential epicenters would be in China, Japan, Italy, Turkey, or Jamaica.

Best regards, Joe

Joseph Ritrovato said...

Hi again Amit,

My window for the last forecast has been extended by two extra days so that it ends at 0730 UTC on 1/7/14. There will also be another peak at 0545 UTC on 1/6/14.

This should be considered the primary peak now and the most likely locations of the epicenter of an earthquake of at least 7.2 magnitude will be in either New Zealand (or north of there) or Papua New Guinea (or possibly as far west as Sumatra and as far north as the Philippines).

This new information is as a result of my starting to use past eclipses to predict future earthquakes. You can read an article about my new method and another upcoming prediction for an earthquake on 11/5/13 (or just before that) in my latest article that I have posted here:

http://retrojoe.hubpages.com

Best regards, Joe

Joseph Ritrovato said...

Hi all,

Just wanted to share my latest hub related to the predictions I made in November and how I fared and also what I foresee for December 2013 and into early January 2014. I am actually now seeing more possibilities in late January/early February (but more on that in a future hub)...

http://retrojoe.hubpages.com/hub/Earthquake-Weather-Report-for-November-December-2013

Wishing all a safe and happy holiday season!

-Joe