Forecast earthquakes briefly covered here:
On March 20 2014 (130am CT), I issued this earthquake forecast / watch video:
In the above video, I name several earthquake “watch” areas to monitor for possible noticeable movement in the near term (7 days or less).
Several areas were named across the globe, internationally , and nationally (in the US). A few of the specific areas named: Indonesia, Southern California / Baja Mexico, and Oklahoma.
Since issuing the forecast, within 48 hours of issuing the watch, we’ve now seen a 6.5M occur in Northern Indonesia… Also, a 5.2M , 4.9M, and 4.7M occur in Baja, and a 4.0M occur in Oklahoma.
6.5M earthquake in Indonesia, occurring directly inside the named (and shown) watch area:
We’ve also seen THREE sizable earthquakes strike just South of the Salton Sea California (southern california) in Baja Mexico, directly inside the named (and shown) watch area…. a 4.7M , 4.9M, and 5.2M
Mysteriously, the 5.2M earthquake originally recorded East of Los Angeles, was wiped from the map as a “computer glitch” from the USGS.
The “wiped” computer glitch USGS earthquake… lol.. for some reason “glitched” and showed up on the EUROPEAN FEEDS as well… whoops!
USGS says it was a “computer glitch” that caused the Los Angeles 5.2M to show up near Bakersfield? How did the Europeans come up with different location coordinates, and a 13km depth in the same area?
And why did it show so heavy on Southern California charts?
Here is the chart near Los Angeles, showing heavy movement near LA:
Not just showing in Los Angeles as “heavy” , but also near Riverside , CA / Sunset Peak, CA :
Following this West coast movement, just as expected, a 4.0M earthquake has struck CENTRAL OKLAHOMA .. March 21, 2014 near midnight going into March 22, 2014 .. directly inside the watch zone:
Daily updates can be found here: (publicly viewable)
Craton Diagram here:
Multiple Earthquake monitoring links here:
Last weeks 7.0M earthquake in Chile was forecast, as well as the earthquake in Ohio / Pennsylvania. Read more on those events here, in my previous earthquake forecast.