Major seismic unrest is currently showing in multiple areas around the planet.
Full video update here (May 23, 2015):
The past 24-48 hours (up to 200am CDT May 23, 2015) has seen a serious uptick in earthquake unrest.
The unrest has spread to multiple locations including several rare areas which don’t normally see noteworthy movement, such as the M4.0 which just struck South England (along the English channel), or the 5.4 magnitude earthquake which struck near Las Vegas Nevada.
In addition to the rare movement in Nevada, and the UK, a large borderline 7.0M struck near Papua New Guinea, as well as additional movement across the Philippines, South Japan, and the coast of China.
This is a tremendous amount of activity to see in one 24 hour time period.
The areas which have seen movement need to be on watch for additional nearby activity, in the case of Nevada we should be watching the West coast for movement in the watch zones over the next 5-6 days.
Please watch the most recent earthquake forecast to see the specific watch zones for these areas.
Earthquake forecast from May 21, 2015 here:
In addition to the Las Vegas earthquake swarm, a rare 4.7 magnitude (4.0M revised) earthquake struck South central Kansas at a fracking operation.
This is a fairly large amount of activity to see in just 1 days time.
All below events happened in the past 48 hours (up to 200am CDT May 23, 2015):
Major unrest shows up the West coast of California, Nevada, Oregon, and Washington State:
Plume event across the entire state of Nevada , captured by videomaker tatoott1009:
Day 1 plume event in Nevada –
Day 2 plume event in Nevada –
Rare East coast Earthquake strikes Maine:
Very rare 5.4 magnitude (4.8 M revised) earthquake strikes near Las Vegas, along with a swarm of followup events:
West coast + East coast United States earthquake unrest showing:
6.8 (6.9 magnitude revised) earthquake struck Papua New Guinea in the West Pacific:
Deep earthquake in the Asthenosphere = new watch for Papua New Guinea / Soloman Islands:
New fissure opens at Piton De La Fournaise volcano in the French Reunion islands:
Rare 4.0 magnitude earthquake strikes South England: