5/30/2015 — Shallow 6.4M earthquake follows Deep Japan 8.5M (7.8 magnitude) — North of previous event

A shallow 6.4 magnitude earthquake has struck off the Eastern coast of Japan, approximately 250 miles Northeast of the previous 8.5M (7.8 magnitude revised) earthquake which occurred earlier today .

6.4m shallow may 30 2015

Above: Deep 7.8M (8.5 magnitude revised) earthquake followed by a shallow 6.4M earthquake hours later, 250 miles away

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japan earthquake may 30 2015

Above: Comparison of locations between the deep 7.8M (8.5M revised) earthquake, and the new movement which occurred at a shallow depth 256 miles away.

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We were expecting to see SHALLOW follow up movement strike in an adjacent area from the large deep earthquake this morning due to the fact that the deep earthquakes are proved to cause shallow earthquakes elsewhere nearby.

Just as expected, the area nearby moved at a shallow depth within hours of the deep earthquake.  I expect additional shallow larger movement to occur over this coming week, no doubt this 6.4M is just the first compensation movement we’re seeing.

See the video calling for shallow movement to follow up this deep Asthenosphere earthquake  here:

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The deep 7.8M (8.5M) earthquake was FORECAST to occur a full day before it actually happened.

See the forecast for Japan here — issued yesterday May 29, 2015:

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Information on this event from the USGS:
http://earthquake.usgs.gov/earthquakes/eventpage/us20002kpm#scientific_origin:us_us20002kpm

Magnitude/uncertainty 6.4 mwp± 0.0
Location/uncertainty 30.768°N 143.021°E± 8.3 km
Depth/uncertainty 13.4 km± 4.6
Origin Time 2015-05-30 18:49:07.870 UTC
Number of Stations
Number of Phases 78
Minimum Distance 399.86 km (3.59°)
Travel Time Residual 1.39 sec
Azimuthal Gap 88°
FE Region Izu Islands, Japan region (211)

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