A 3.7 magnitude earthquake struck at an ancient (dormant) volcano named “Malapai Hill” in Southern California , which is located only about 100 miles Southeast of Los Angeles.
Main stream media reported on this event, but didn’t bother to look up the location to see what was there!
Quote the very short story:
The quake hit at 5:18 p.m. PT about 14 miles south of Twentynine Palms, the U.S. Geological Survey said.
There were no immediate reports of damage or injuries.”
I think it is worthy to note (at this point) that in order to know when a large earthquake is coming in California, there are warning signs which would begin to show first.
Warning signs like excessive earthquake activity in concentrated swarms, and earthquakes occurring at dormant volcanoes along the coast.
Both of these aforementioned geologic processes are taking place currently. However, the media – AND PROFESSIONALS – are not paying attention.
I promise you that I am the ONLY person out of 7 billion people on the planet who is reporting on these dormant volcanoes showing activity across the West coast of the United States.
THIS NEEDS TO CHANGE – people need to start paying attention, and looking up the earthquake epicenters to see what resides at the locations showing movement.
California, Utah, Nevada, Arizona, and New Mexico all saw dormant volcanoes experience earthquake activity:
- 2015-02-26 01:18:37 (UTC)
- 2015-02-25 19:18:37 (UTC-06:00) in your timezone
- Times in other timezones
- 22km (14mi) S of Twentynine Palms, California
- 29km (18mi) NE of Indio, California
- 31km (19mi) NNE of Coachella, California
- 39km (24mi) NE of Palm Desert, California
- 370km (230mi) W of Phoenix, Arizona