Romania, Christchurch, Tokyo, Ohio, Oklahoma – The quakes keep coming

20 earthquakes in the past eight hours in the Romanian Plain.


Romania, Europe
“I couldn’t find a version in english so i translated for you”, says reader Tanase Alexandru.

“About 20 earthquakes occurred in the last hour in the Romanian Plain. The most powerful of them had an intensity of 4.4 on the Richter scale, and maximum depth of earthquake was 11 kilometers.”

http://www.realitatea.net/20-de-cutremure-s-au-petrecut-in-ultimele-8-ore-in-campia-romana_900205.html


Christchurch, New Zealand
25 earthquake in the past 3 days
http://www.christchurchquakemap.co.nz/
Thanks to Robert van DeLeur for this link


Tokyo, Japan
A 6.8-magnitude earthquake struck under the sea about 250 miles (402 km) south of Honshu on Sunday, shaking buildings in Tokyo but causing no apparent damage or tsunami.

http://earthquake.usgs.gov/earthquakes/recenteqsww/Quakes/usc0007fbh.php
http://www.cnn.com/2012/01/01/world/asia/japan-earthquake/index.html?hpt=hp_t3

http://news.yahoo.com/7-0-sea-quake-shakes-tokyo-causes-no-085853528.html

Thanks to Robert Stom, Benjamin Napier and Jonathan Nichols  for these links


Two 4.3 earthquakes hit USA today
One in Ohio, one in Okahoma
https://iceagenow.info/2011/12/4-3-earthquakes-hit-usa-today/


15 thoughts on “Romania, Christchurch, Tokyo, Ohio, Oklahoma – The quakes keep coming

    • The Mayan thing has been somewhat discredited, not so the electric universe premise, nor the Z. Sitchin premise about Summeria & a long-dead planet where the asteroid belt presently sits between Jupiter & Mars.

      So much still unknown, and while “academics” continue to debate methodology and conclusions, entirely new data keeps popping up all the time. For instance 20 years ago, no pedigreed academic worth his sinecure & tenure would have dared to openly declare the Milky Way alone might have as many as 50 billion [with a ‘b’] exoplanets.

      But that’s exactly what Borucki at NASA’s Kepler Project did back in February. It’s no wonder Stephen Hawking told us to stop announcing our presence to the galaxy, and he got rather adamant about it, too.

      • The “Mayan thing” has to do with the end of the long count marking the “black rift” according to elder Mayans. I am not sure that has been discredited at all. They don’t claim that it marks the end of the world, just the return of an event – I assume an astrological event. I once read that we were about to pass through the plane of the galaxy, and if that was the case, the “black rift” might very well be the dust that has accumulated in the plane showing up as a black stripe, or rift, across the bright center of the Milky Way. There may be associated cataclysmic events due to a potential peaking of galactic gravity, but that would be all, and not necessarily a prediction of “the end of the world.” Besides, the Mayans would have had to live through a complete cycle of the calendar to know what might happen unless the calendar was passed to them by a people that DID live through the last cycle.

        • The Mayans said there were three cycles and this is the last one. They say there will be a great change. It could mean destruction, it could mean upheaval and a new beginning. There are definitely great changes taking place right now and they might come to a head on or about December 21, 2012.

      • Yep…. I thought it was a really bad idea when Carl Sagan became an advocate for, and designed, the ‘Pioneer Plaques’ which went into space aboard Pioneer 10 and 11.

        Seriously, when dealing with even a very remote possibility of an encounter with intelligent beings of unknown disposition, isn’t it better to keep out of sight and out of mind rather than advertise where you live, what you look like, and how feeble you are?

        How many of us would walk through Central Park handing out leaflets with our photograph, name, home address, home phone number, and our work schedule? Obviously only those who choose to live dangerously would do this.

    • The Mayan thing has been somewhat discredited, not so the electric universe premise, nor the Z. Sitchin premise about Summeria & a long-dead planet where the asteroid belt presently sits between Jupiter & Mars.

      So much still unknown, and while “academics” continue to debate methodology and conclusions, entirely new data keeps popping up all the time. For instance 20 years ago, no pedigreed academic worth his sinecure & tenure would have dared to openly declare the Milky Way alone might have as many as 50 billion [with a ‘b’] exoplanets.

      But that’s exactly what Borucki at NASA’s Kepler Project did back in February. It’s no wonder Stephen Hawking told us to stop announcing our presence to the galaxy, and he got rather adamant about it, too.

  1. Nah nothing happening here. Go about your business. Move along. Nothing to see. These are not the droids you are looking for.
    Seriously though. Quakes happen all the time. Is there someone or some organization saying that these are statistically significant? I mean besides Robert of course. Its nice to have a little company.

  2. I always wonder when the conversation goes to the 21/12/2012 alignment:
    Gravity can create a lensing effect; but can gravity from a distant source be lensed by a closer source? And if so, what might happen to a body that has stabilised itself to conditions outside that alignment.
    In other words – a black hole at our glactic centre (~4 Million Solar mass, and our Sun).

  3. And a super volcano in europe showing signs of life. it is gonna happen.It gos of every 12thousand years or so.

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