Keep an eye out for these predicted earthquakes as we go into September:
Earthquake Watch thru September 22nd, 2010
Entering a period of significant northern hemisphere seismic activity. A possibility of weakening solar x-ray activity and Astrotometry of recent coronal disturbances indicate a significant seismic event in the coming days.
A seismic event over 6.5 in magnitude is likely and an event over 7.5 in magnitude is possible in a region near 29 degrees north latitude. The intensity of the expected event may be mitigated in the case of increasing solar x-ray activity.
The exact location of the event is unknown.
Characteristics of the disturbance, correlated with historical seismic events during Jupiter-Sun oppositions, may indicate an Eastern Hemisphere location is more probable.
A profile comparison with previous disturbances may correlate with historical events in Japan and East Asia.
Recent seismic activity in Japan, the Middle-East, and Baja California could be foreshocks for the expected event.
The most likely days for the event, are September 19th, 20th and 21st, 2010.
This scientific log is a service of the Cosabio Virtual Institute and is not intended for emergency response. Emergency managers are encouraged to use all available data, including other earthquake indicators, in consideration of appropriate action.
Results of this watch will be annotated at the end of this video. Rate this posting: