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Hi Josh. I've wondered this for the last few years. Are you DutchSinse?
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I looked him up. What a huge arguement rages about him.

Overall, new scientific thinking starts out on the fringe. "Mainstream" science is hoary with age. Most great scientific theories are laughed at in the beginning. So I hunt for new stuff out on the fringe.

Sadly, for every Isaac Newton there are a thousand reincarnations of Napoleon/Neffertiti, People receiving telepathic signals from Alpha Centauri and builders of perpetual motion machines. As if that was not enough, some of the truly visionary geniuses are also mad. Tesla was in love with a pidgeon with light up eyes, for God's sake!

DutchSinse seems reasonably sane - if a bit excitable. I have read sceptics arguing that his predictions are only about 80% accurate. Most seismologists would trade 2 or 3 limbs and their immortal soul for 50%!

So my personal jury is out - just like yours - but I am starting to lean gently towards belief.
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DutchS has his critiques, but he's solid. I've seen his youtube videos and used to watch him. He's on it.     
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No-I am not DutchSinse, I think he should try to keep his presentations to the point-short. But I see it as a compliment when someone even thinks I might be DutchSinse.

He is quite often correct-in my opinion-with his "predictions"-but I stopped following him when his presentations took over 1 hour. If there would be 48 hours in a day-I still would use them all....
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https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-08-20/watch-out-california-53-major-earthquakes-just-hit-ring-fire-24-hour-period and https://www.wunderground.com/cat6/July-2018-Earths-4th-Warmest-July-Record are related.

Good point from the ZH-article; the strongest deep earthquake ever recorded in 2013 M8.3 was NOT followed by a shallower bigger quake.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NoNJ5BlzEYE Robert Scribler on the Arctic-sea ice. Less ice on Greenland and Northern Canada is less pressure-land going up-seismic shifts of pressure. (There is 3 kilometer of ice on Greenland pushing the landmass under it 1 kilometer down=less ice is land coming up.)
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pZOVvMKg-Gk MrMBB333 on the 7.3 deep Venezuela earthquake. DJ-If there is a relationship with the very deep Fiji-quakes-swarm (and/or the Alaska-and Indonesia swarm going on a bit longer) were to expect a next M6+ quake ?

Japan ? New Zealand ? Chili ? Or will there be a major quake in the Mid-Atlantic (so outside the "ring-of-fire").

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ei8-epc2w6o&t=25s In2thinair also discussing events. DJ-There also seems to be a combination of (strong) hurricanes with seismic events. (Partly explained sometimes by the amount of water that is moved-a m3 is 1000 kilo's, so a big storm is replacing extreme weights.)
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NWy3tqCG7Pw In2thinair reporting on major earthquakes-Oregon and hurricanes Hawaii, Korea, Japan.

USGS just giving yet another M6+Tanaga Volcano-Alaska, and another M5.5 543KM very deep Fiji quake....(you can keep watching USGS-several major quakes per day (just crazy !!!)

http://www.thebigwobble.org/2018/08/the-third-major-quake-of-day-is-little.html (related to) http://www.thebigwobble.org/2018/08/meteorologist-described-loss-of-ice-as.html and https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WQQAZOAzDNA North of Greenland without ice.
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This http://www.thebigwobble.org/2018/09/a-powerful-magnitude-66-rocks-fiji.html may be related to this http://www.thebigwobble.org/2018/09/death-toll-to-rise-to-thousands-after.html

A M6.6 quake at depth of 551.2 kilometer may cause stronger shallow quakes. There is a swarm of (strong) deep quakes in the Fiji area-and a lot of strong quakes most around the Pacific "ring of fire".

Hurricanes-with it movement of large amounts of water-means pressure is on the move further worsening the seismic situation.

Faster climate change=more seismic activity (also due to less ice pushing down on Greenland, Antarctica etc. If the 3 km thick layer of ice would go away the underlying land would rise 1 kilometer.)

http://www.thejakartapost.com/news/2018/09/30/quake-triggered-mudflow-flattens-palu-villages-thousands-feared-dead.html horror video-ground becoming liquid-houses etc sink in mud !
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http://halturnerradioshow.com/index.php/news/u-s-national-news/3515-massive-earthquake-smashes-anchorage-tsunami-warnings-issued (DJ-The tsunami warning seems local-could do damage to Anchorage ???? Quakes just west of Anchorage.)
https://www.rt.com/usa/445277-tsunami-warning-anchorage-alaska/:
The quake reportedly caused “severe damage” to roads, bridges and water pipes, according to the US Department of the Interior. Photos from Anchorage show cracks in the buildings, buckled road onramps, and no power in several areas of the city.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EXjwvxWfRgADutchSinse,

A deep quake in Italy may be a warning for more quakes in the area. The M7.2 in Alaska (near Kodiak) could give stronger quakes in Alaska and south. https://www.emsc-csem.org/Earthquake/earthquake.php?id=728983 M5.3 depth 400km 266km east of Roma.

(DJ-I noticed M4.2 in west Canada and Oregon prior to the M7.2. More risks for Yellowstone as well ?)

https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-11-30/magnitude-66-earthquake-strikes-anchorage-tsunami-warning-issued
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Damaging Anchorage will affect the whole region

Originally posted by BBC BBC wrote:

Alaskan Senator Lisa Murkowski told reporters that damage in Anchorage could have repercussions throughout the state. She said she was worried about the situation.

"This was located in the very heart of the population centre," the senator said, speaking in Washington DC.

"Anchorage is the regional hub for most of the goods that come to the state of Alaska - 85% of the goods - whether it's your bread, your milk, your lettuce or your building supplies."


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http://www.thebigwobble.org/2019/06/waiting-for-big-one-three-more-major.html

Three more major quakes hit the Pacific Ring Of Fire in the last 24 hours bringing the total 8 in the last 7 days.
It brings the total number of major quakes this month to 16 and all of them occurred along the Pacific Ring Of Fire with many of them occurring in the vicinity of active volcanoes.

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A total of 74 major quakes (67 along the Pacific Ring Of Fire) have struck the planet so far this year, last year and 2017 at this point, only 44 major quakes had been reported by USGS.

DJ-USGS reporting another M6+ quake in Panama https://earthquake.usgs.gov/earthquakes/eventpage/us7000455l/executive

A remarkable strong quake north of Russia in the Arctic-most likely releasing a lot of methane https://earthquake.usgs.gov/earthquakes/eventpage/us700045mr/executive
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How about Yellowstone is it ok! That will really affect my family!!!
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Interesting because White Island (an active volcano 48km off the coast of the North Island in New Zealand) sprung to life yesterday and scientists are anticipating an eruption.
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FluMom, the https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cascadia_subduction_zone may be "more interesting" to keep an eye on. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cascadia_subduction_zone#Megathrust_earthquakes. Although the seismic and volcanic systems "mix". One more active=other more active. (By the way Yellowstone is not the only https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Supervolcano-https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Supervolcano#/media/File:Supervolcano_World_Map.png there are several known super volcanoes and most likely also some yet unknown.)

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Supervolcano#VEI_8
KiwiMum-https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Taupo_Volcanic_Zone is on the North Island of NZ. White Island is part of it. (The Taupo Volcanic Zone is approximately 350 kilometres (217 mi) long by 50 kilometres (31 mi) wide. Mount Ruapehu marks its southwestern end, while the submarine Whakatane volcano (85 kilometres (53 mi) beyond White Island) is considered its northeastern limit.[4] DJ-wikipedia)

Chances of a super eruption are small-a M9+ earthquake is (much) more likely. (The Oruanui eruption of New Zealand's Taupo Volcano (about 26,500 years ago)[2] was the world's most recent super eruption at a VEI-8 eruption.-wikipedia DJ)

Climate "change"/collapse will increase chances of both mega quakes and mega eruptions. Most likely first in/near the Arctic-since ice and snow melt and earthmass lift. Greenland has 3km of ice on it-in the center. That is pushing the island 1km down. So less pressure from the ice means lifting of the land.

"We live in interesting times". http://www.thebigwobble.org/2019/06/watch-this-space-major-quake-and.html:
June's incredible uptick of major quakes and volcanic activity continued yesterday with another mag 6.3 off the north island of New Zealand.
The quake is part of a large swarm which coincides with Whakaari volcano unrest also off the north island.

Yesterdays magnitude 6.3 Earthquake was the 6th major quake (M6 or higher) to hit the Kermadec Islands region, north of New Zealand, this month.
Besides the 6 major quakes which included a massive mag 7.2 almost 100 more quakes ranging from mag 4.5 to mag 5.9 have also rocked the area. See map above.

Meanwhile, scientists have raised the Volcanic Alert Level at Whakaari - White Island to level 2, following new unrest.
The island off the Bay of Plenty presents a greater likelihood of erupting.
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Hey Dutch you were right a big one in California today July 4th! But like the seismologist from Caltech says...I also predict rain in Kuai today. Earthquakes will always happen big and small. We all just need to be prepped for all the S^it that will happen. But if Yellowstone blows we are all in big trouble.
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Flu Mom, The chances for major "supervolcanic"eruptions are quite small. Earthquakes and hurricanes may do a lot more damage.

But when a supervolcano does go "full scale" it may change history.

When https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Campanian_Ignimbrite_eruption goes-to a possible max- it may be the end of Europe. When Yellowstone goes full scale it is goodbye for North America. (In both cases nuclear power plants may bring that much damage it will end all life.)

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Global_catastrophic_risk
(Due to climate collapse dangers are growing very fast for some of these events. For that matter-a "mega burst of methane" in the Arctic may be "very strong" cause a quake of M10+ maybe even push the planet out of its normal route around the sun.)

DJ-If there would be some logic in quakes after the 6.2 Bella-Bella Canada quake yesterday and the 6.4 Searles Valley Cal/US later on would ther be a Mexico-west coast (US border) quake 6.6-7 ? Today, or tomorrow ?

(DJ-I think a quake can cause further quakes but energy may be released in many forms-swarms of several small quakes at several spots or a major quake in one spot. Maybe computers one day may be able to deal with data from seismic-sensors and be able to calculate a next quake. For now maybe some "major events" may be some sort of predictable-Dutchsinse may have some point-but has to miss a lot of events as well.)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=txQFnGZvuHo&feature=share
7/04/2019 -- HOW TO FORECAST AN EARTHQUAKE -- Fundamental principles
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https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2019-07-05/california-hit-over-150-aftershocks-following-64-mag-quake

One of the aftershocks was recorded at 5.4 magnitude, striking just northeast of Ridgecrest at 4:07 a.m. on Friday, according to the USGS, which says that there's a 20% chance of an earthquake of magnitude 6 or higher occurring in the next week, and an 80% chance of a magnitude 5 or higher quake, according to ABC15.

http://www.thebigwobble.org/2019/07/warning-mag-66-californian-quake.html

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YO1uze8sPFoMrMBB333

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A 7.1 ! https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2019-07-05/seismologist-50-chance-another-major-quake-within-week-robust-aftershocks-continue
Update (1145ET): Less than 12 hours after seisomologist Lucy Jones warned of another large quake, a massive 7.1 quake just hit 17km NNE of Ridgecrest.

https://www.rt.com/usa/463493-southern-california-quake-7/

(DJ-When one would follow the reasoning of Dutchsinse maybe-since the aftershocks remain-there still is a chance for a further M6/7 in the same area coming 48hrs ? Dutchsinse (a.o.) was correct in warning there might be a major next shock-only it turned out to be above his calculated 6.5 )


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