May 202012
 

2 large earthquakes struck around the planet last night and today. Last night shortly after 10pm (EDT), a 6.0 earthquake hit Northern Italy followed by another 5 earthquakes ranging from 4-5.1 magnitude in intensity in the same area. 7 were reported killed along with significant structural damage was reported. A 6.0 magnitude earthquake struck off Honshu, Japan at half past 3 AM (EDT) today followed by 4 additional quakes in the 5+ magnitude range. There was also a smaller swarm of tremblers ranging in size from 2+ to 3+ in the Baja, California region.

Tonight we also have the special treat of a full solar eclipse tonight beginning around 9pm (PDT) which will unfortunately be missed in the Eastern U.S. but seen to some degree by almost everyone else.

  One Response to “May 20th – Earthquakes & Eclipses”

  1. This is one of the best data pieces I have seen on this sbjceut THANKS! I posted it on FB From another source yesterday but I am very glad to have it here. That Japanese thing is absolutely amazing! It was so shallow but it never went away. Having lived in CA, San Diego, I have exerienced the mushy ground feeling when walking that I imagian the Japanese must experience all the time. It is almost like walking on a trapoline. It has to do with the make up of the soil..In our case..sand..I noticed also that the Madris fault in the center of the US had a blip but the rest of the country seemed pretty solid and yet, we experienced a 3.5 here on the east coast last year in Virginia We are suspicious of HAARP at least those of us who are aware of HARRP. I hope this research group is doing the same thing for this year..I think this is going to get more and more intense Sincerly, marina-2:o6pm-est-usa

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