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Whether or not you believe in Earthquake Weather, southern California meteorologist Kevin Martin is one of the few willing not to just go out on a limb, but to show how it might be possible.
On January 8, 2014, Martin stated on his Facebook page, his belief conditions were perfect for a core shock-wave. A strong solar flare blast on January 7, and Jupiter in opposition created a combined gravity and magnetic forces on the Earth to trigger the next big earthquake. “These shocks have been witnessed before, the most recent was the earthquake that produced the Great Earthquake that shook the Fukushima Plant in Japan, destroying it. That occurred during a similar event.” Martin said.
“The ‘shock’ of such a blast will be enough to ring the magnetics of the planet like a bell.” Martin stated on his Facebook page. ” The planet is made of metal at the core, and metal can attract toward the area of most charge.”
At 1:35 a.m. January 15, 2014, a 4.4 earthquake hit, centered in the area of Fontana, Ca. Martin sees this as no coincidence. “Another piece of evidence that strong ridges of High Pressure (my personal theory) causes quakes. During the heights of the building ridge, a quake hit the Fontana area. I think this is a combination of the geomagnetic storm watch I issued last week and the ridge. These are quake triggers.”
The United States Geological Survey (USGS) one-day-quake map shows the path along the geologic fault lines where recent +2.5 quakes have taken place. From the map, the movement of the earth’s crust is as simple as connecting the dots.
Granted, this morning’s 4.4 quake was barely enough to rattle the cupboards, but it begs the question. Will such an event happen to rival the 1994 Northridge Earthquake? That remains to be seen. “During (the Northridge Earthquake), a major ridge of High Pressure was present, which aids to the fact there still could be larger quakes this month.” Martin stated via facebook. “And Northridge was 20 years ago, in two days.”
Choose to believe in earthquake weather, or to ignore the coincidences, Martin and others stand on his findings. All agree it’s always a good idea to have earthquake supplies ready, just in case. And according to Martin,
“We (remain) under the influence of this major ridge of high pressure, the (Earth’s) crust is more unstable than if it wasn’t around.”
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