New Comments, Re:Japanese Quake and Tsunami Predicted July 22 2009

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Subject: New Comment, Re: Japanese Quake and Tsunami Predicted July 22 2009
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From: GarageGames
Date: Wed, Aug 12, 2009 at 4:38 AM

Britton LaRoche commented on Japanese Quake and Tsunami Predicted July
22 2009 (http://www.garagegames.com/community/blogs/view/15946/8#comment-134347):

@Praven, everyone lost interest. Everyone but me that is. I’ve been expecting something like this. The hardest thing for me to explain was why we have a delay (after the gravitational pull) Seems to me we should have something happen on the same day. But we don’t. I now think its a cumulative effect, you get the near the same pull day after day and then it breaks.

@U Win, I was thinking about you and the rest of Burma yesterday. I really hate to make comments on areas I did not predict back in January. But the bottom line is you had several quakes in that area. What we are seeing is simple, small quakes become big quakes with the next lunar event. The next event is August 19th, but we approach perigee on the 16th and my cumulative force formula shows us back up to the level we were on August 9th, on August 16th. So I’d expect another big one near there too.

@Jason, I expect the biggest quake yet to come in Japan. More than likely it will be between August 16th and August 23rd. I’m guessing 7.9 +. It will hit near the same spots it hit on July 22nd, August 9th and August 10th.

I expect the sparks to fly in the near future. Apparently my mathematical model is not perfect. I expected 7+ earthquakes today and tomorrow. I think the fall off may be faster than I expect. But what is correct (so far) is the day of the peak.

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From: GarageGames
Date: Wed, Aug 12, 2009 at 7:48 AM

Britton LaRoche commented on Japanese Quake and Tsunami Predicted July
22 2009 (http://www.garagegames.com/community/blogs/view/15946/8#comment-134367):

I’ve been studying the lunar path and earthquakes for about 6 months. Naturally, I’m familiar with plenty of opensource astronomical tools. I’d like to show you the position of the sun and moon for the Lunar perigee on August 19th and August 20th.

I chose Japan as the location and I’m facing East at about 19:00 HRS UT. As you can see the Moon is very close to the Sun. Its not an eclipse but its darn close. This makes me pretty sure we will see the big fire works with in the next 10 days.

Above we see the moon is very close to the Sun on the August 19th perigee. Its not a total solar eclipse or a Syzygy, but it will have higher than normal tides associated with it.

Now we see the day after and that the moon is still very close to the Sun. This is why I say the moon is still very closely following the eclipse path of July 22nd. It will carry in motion the final blow to the tectonic plates in this region. That is why I’d put big bucks on anyone willing to take bets, that we will have 7+ quakes shortly after this event.

If I’m right, do I get a cookie? If the whole world bought me a cookie I’d be set for life. Or better yet if these same people donated a dollar I’d have more than enough to build the worlds best earthquake simulator.

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From: GarageGames
Date: Wed, Aug 12, 2009 at 11:07 AM

Arun Shanker commented on Japanese Quake and Tsunami Predicted July 22 2009 (http://www.garagegames.com/community/blogs/view/15946/8#comment-134375):

everyone lost interest
Mr LaROche in fact I haven’t I have been visiting this site frequently http://www.jma.go.jp/en/quake/20090811052120391-110507.html and check the link it is about the larger quake
Arun

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From: GarageGames
Date: Wed, Aug 12, 2009 at 3:30 PM

sven commented on Japanese Quake and Tsunami Predicted July 22 2009 (http://www.garagegames.com/community/blogs/view/15946/8#comment-134393):

The theory looks interesting. Actually, you are not the only one predicting a major Quake for Japan in the next days.

At the day of the solar eclipse, the air-ion measurements near Tokyo have been fluctuating quite a lot, and the agency of the website also posed a warning for an M7-M8 EQ in the Tokyo metropolitan area.
http://translate.google.co.jp/translate?u=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.e-pisco.jp%2Fr_ion%2Fattention%2F090811.html&sl=ja&tl=en&hl=en&ie=UTF-8

A different EQ warning for Tokyo did I find here:
http://feww.wordpress.com/2009/05/18/earthquake-forecast-tokyo-japan/

However, all state the same – a M7-M8 Quake in Japan near Tokyo.

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From: GarageGames
Date: Wed, Aug 12, 2009 at 7:18 PM

Britton LaRoche commented on Japanese Quake and Tsunami Predicted July
22 2009 (http://www.garagegames.com/community/blogs/view/15946/8#comment-134401):

@Arun, thanks for the link. We did have a 6.6 yesterday in Japan and that is rare. Its pretty close to the spot I expect the bigger quake. The thing is, the 7+ quakes are gone for now. I expect a return of 7+ quakes between August 17th and August 24th. This adds power to my theory as I can explain why the 7+ quakes are gone for now.

@Sven, all this data is very interesting. What I find fascinating is that these methods are what I call “reactive prediction” in other words they do not explain why we have the quakes and cannot predict quakes years in advance. These methods react to changes in the environment a few days before the quake. My theory allows us to predict quakes decades in advance.

If my theory is correct then a triple eclipse over tectonic plates is sure to produce 7+ quakes after the third Syzygy. We can also use it to predict factors that may affect a quake (outside of an eclipse) such as repeated events that produce larger than normal tides. Back to back lunar eclipses and perigee for example.

This does what current science thinks impossible. We can plan for a earthquake disaster years in advance.

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From: GarageGames
Date: Wed, Aug 12, 2009 at 8:52 PM

Britton LaRoche commented on Japanese Quake and Tsunami Predicted July
22 2009 (http://www.garagegames.com/community/blogs/view/15946/8#comment-134407):

Looks like Jessica Simpson was rattled by the 6.6 in Japan on August 11th. She should read my blog and leave, the big one is coming.
http://www.popeater.com/2009/08/11/stars-get-caught-in-japan-earthquake/

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From: GarageGames
Date: Wed, Aug 12, 2009 at 11:46 PM

sven commented on Japanese Quake and Tsunami Predicted July 22 2009 (http://www.garagegames.com/community/blogs/view/15946/8#comment-134425):

I just checked the occurences of previous great quakes with historic solar eclipses:
http://eclipse.gsfc.nasa.gov/SEcatmax/SEcatmax.html
http://earthquake.usgs.gov/regional/world/historical.php

However, it is really difficult to find a good match between both lists..

Here some previous major quakes in Japan
1896 06 15 – Sanriku, Japan – M 8.5
1923 09 01 – Kanto (Kanto), Japan
1927 03 07 – Tango, Japan – M 7.6
1933 03 02 – Sanriku, Japan – M 8.4
1943 09 10 – Tottori, Japan – M 7.4

And the closest long eclipse matches:
1883 Oct 30 23:50:54
1886 Aug 29 12:55:23
1901 May 18 05:33:48
1919 May 29 13:08:55
1937 Jun 08 20:41:02
1955 Dec 14 07:02:25

Long eclipse means that the moon is close to the earth I guess..

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From: GarageGames
Date: Thu, Aug 13, 2009 at 12:16 AM

Britton LaRoche commented on Japanese Quake and Tsunami Predicted July
22 2009 (http://www.garagegames.com/community/blogs/view/15946/8#comment-134429):

@Sven,

Your help is greatly appreciated! You are right It is not easy to find and match the data. It requires a good knowledge of geography and latitude longitude readings. Since there are no visible quake maps that date back year after year you have to do it all in your head. There are a few rules to matching the eclipse data to the quake data.

1. The solar eclipse has to be in the same region.
2. There does seem to be a delayed effect, up to 8 days after the eclipse. The moon is at a about 96 degree angle to the sun after 8 days.
3. If you have a lunar eclipse after the solar eclipse (you have a second Syzgy) followed by the next perigee. That adds another 29 days after the eclipse where you have a combined effect. So you need to look for lunar eclipses after the solar eclipse.
4. If you have a lunar eclipse before the eclipse you could see greater earthquake data for that eclipse.
5. Total Solar eclipses seem to have a bigger effect, you can focus on those to start with.
6. Most important: If the eclipse does not pass directly over a tectonic plate or fault line its probably a dud. If you cant get a quake ever in that region, then the eclipse wont cause one. In other words its best to concentrate on the quake zones. Japan, China and the middle east (even Europe) are awesome places to look. I’d say just about any eclipse over the Eurasian Tectonic plate will cause a quake of some sort.

Since the earth rotates rapidly I think the region is important for the Solar eclipse but less so for the lunar eclipse, it will pretty much cover the globe with its effects in 24 hours. To me the solar eclipse and lunar perigee during the day (29 days after the solar eclipse) are the most important. The lunar eclipse just keeps the ball moving so to speak, it keeps reducing the tectonic friction.

Earthquake data is easily obtained here:
http://earthquake.usgs.gov/eqcenter/eqarchives/significant/sig_2009.php

Solar Eclipse Data is here
http://eclipse.gsfc.nasa.gov/solar.html

Lunar Eclipse data is here
http://eclipse.gsfc.nasa.gov/lunar.html

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From: GarageGames
Date: Thu, Aug 13, 2009 at 12:57 AM

Britton LaRoche commented on Japanese Quake and Tsunami Predicted July
22 2009 (http://www.garagegames.com/community/blogs/view/15946/8#comment-134433):

Here are the ones I’ve predicted so far (updating data so its not lost):

UTC DATE-TIME LAT LON Depth Mag Region

4 Responses to “New Comments, Re:Japanese Quake and Tsunami Predicted July 22 2009”

  1. mmweather Says:

    Earthquake Strikes South of Tokyo; Third in Four Days ..
    By Aaron Sheldrick

    Aug. 13 (Bloomberg) — A magnitude-6.6 earthquake struck south of Tokyo at 7:49 a.m. local time today, the Japan Meteorological Agency said, the third temblor to rock the Japanese capital in four days.

    The earthquake hit 312 kilometers (186 miles) south of Tokyo at a depth of 57 kilometers, shaking buildings in the capital, the weather agency said on its Web site. There were no reports of injuries or damage.

    A magnitude-6.5 earthquake to the southwest of Tokyo two days ago left one person dead, 123 people injured and damaged 5,192 houses, according to Japan’s Fire and Disaster Management Agency. A magnitude-6.9 quake struck to the west of today’s quake on Aug. 9.

    Today’s quake may have generated a local tsunami, a U.S. agency said. There was no warning from the Japanese body.

    “Earthquakes of this size sometimes generate local tsunamis that can be destructive along coasts located within 100 kilometers,” the Pacific Tsunami Warning Center said in an e- mailed alert.

    The U.S. Geological Survey said on its Web site the quake had a magnitude of 6.7.

    To contact the reporter on this story: Aaron Sheldrick in Tokyo at asheldrick@bloomberg.net.

  2. Robor Says:

    Greatings, I have already seen it somethere…

    • mmweather Says:

      Thanks Rober, all comments are from Britton LaRoche’s post, we put all here to study more about this as not everyone can reach Britton’s blog while connection speed here is sometimes very slow😀

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