A heated debate has erupted yet again after my most recent post about solar flare activity and the resulting effect of earthquakes on Earth. Science still wishes to ignore the obvious connection because there is no textbook explanation yet to explain how this would occur, however some claim that there is mounting evidence that shows a significant relationship between earthbound CME solar flares, sunspots regions, coronal holes and resulting seismic activity.
I want to remind everyone that earthquake science itself is still only at an infant stage with theories such as Plate tectonics having only really emerged in the late 1960s. Basically little is still known still about the true trigger of earthquakes below the earths crust. Its important however when a correlating relationship is evident that it must not be ignored and further investigation is required. A simple fact is that when a mass absorbs energy (Like earth absorbing powerful energy from a CME blast) that the mass will need to disspate the energy somehow (E=Mc2). Of course the theories linking solar flares to earthquakes are much more complex and take into fact solar wind telemetry, sun spots, trajectories of the flares, coronal holes and more.
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Significant Solar Flare's and solar disturbances indicate a potential of a possible 8+ earthquake during this watch.
I have targeted an area 26-29 Degrees North Latitude as the main area of concern, the most likely areas at risk for this large earthquakes could be: Ryukyu Islands/Bonin Islands Japan region, Gulf Of California, India-Bangladesh Regions or the region near Nepal. Time frame of possible event is the first few days of the watch period.
Southern Hemisphere there is a potential event around 45-50 Degrees Latitude, most likely fit region is the base or South Island New Zealand extending down towards Macquarie Islands, possible magnitude could be 6.2 to 6.5 and the time frame would be the end of this watch period.
Possible volcanic eruptions around the Japan Islands or the La Palma Volcano in the Canary Islands.
March 13 2011 and onwards predictions:
Significant Geomagnetic Storms was observed during March 11, accompanied with powerful solar winds this new geomagnetic activity is expected to be geoeffective March 14-16 and could produce two large 7.5 magnitude earthquakes during this watch.
Northern Hemisphere is the main area of watch, coronal hole targeted sits 29-33 degrees north latitude. main areas at risk for a potential 7.5 magnitude earthquake are : Baha California/LA, Ryukyu Islands-Japan, Southern Iran, less probable are the regions Sichuan China, Northern Mid-Atlantic Ridge or Volcanic activity in the Canary Islands Region(La Palma)
Southern Hemisphere watch has a coronal hole 5-9 degrees South Latitude, possible regions at risk are Banda Sea, Flores Sea or the Kepulauan Babar region-Indonesia
Large coronal hole in the southern hemisphere puts the New Zealand region at risk(41-44degrees) during the March 13-14 time frame if solar winds drop significantly. presently solar winds are at 5.50km/s and if they remain at these levels for 24-36 hours the area should not receive a significant earthquake
Earthquake watch? I advise that people keep an active eye on Solar storms - especially if they are earthbound (check http://www.spaceweather.com daily for updates) and keep an eye on predictive youtube channels like this one and this one)