Earthquake Prediction by Tiempe

Earth Sensitive quake predictions

Wednesday, October 19, 2005

*For Saturday, 22 October 2005.

Places to watch.

Good luck to all.

For Saturday, 22 October 2005.

Johnson Lane, NV area
map 1.6 2005/10/22 11:13:34 39.393 -117.969 5.0 34 km ( 21 mi) SSE of Dixie Valley, NV
map 1.1 2005/10/22 15:31:04 38.120 -118.687 0.0 25 km ( 16 mi) SW of Qualeys Camp, NV
map 1.4 2005/10/22 19:48:26 40.449 -119.390 0.0 20 km ( 12 mi) SSW of Gerlach-Empire, NV
map 1.7 2005/10/22 20:47:25 35.953 -115.203 0.0 9 km ( 5 mi) S of Enterprise, NV

Honshu, Japan area (VERY STRONG)
2005/10/22 13:12:40.4 37.09 N 140.94 E 10 mb5.8 EASTERN HONSHU, JAPAN

Yucatan Peninsula area (May be Hurricane Wilma related) (Strong)
(Unless something is yet to come in as an earthquake, I am inclined to think my symptom was for the Hurricane Wilma hitting the Yucatan Peninsula.)
Mexican Caribbean slammed by Hurricane Wilma
Sunday, October 23, 2005 5:33:46 AM ET

By Noel Randewich

CANCUN, Mexico (Reuters) - Mexico's famed Caribbean resorts were knee-deep in water on Sunday after Hurricane Wilma roared through, smashing homes and killing at least six people, as the storm set a new course for Florida.

Three full days of howling hurricane winds and rain left towns along the coast badly flooded, and thousands of sullen tourists spent their third night in dark stuffy refuges with no running water and food running short.

Hundreds of thousands of people suffered serious damage to their homes as the storm moved slowly over the Yucatan peninsula, knocking out power lines and tearing off roofs.

The long spit of white sand that draws planeloads of sun seekers to Cancun was under water. Luxury hotels were flooded and littered with debris after the normally tranquil sea off Quintana Roo state roared inland.

"The structural damage is everywhere and the winds are still strong," Quintana Roo Gov. Felix Gonzalez said late on Saturday as the army prepared to send in trucks and planes with food, water, medical kits and building materials.

President Vicente Fox was also due to fly to the area on Sunday.

In Florida, hurricane warnings were in effect for the Florida Keys and along the state's west coast from Longboat Key southward and the east coast from Titusville south. A hurricane warning was also in effect for Havana and western Cuba. Such warnings mean hurricane conditions are expected within 24 hours.

In Cancun, locals and tourists alike endured another night in cramped refuges with no electricity -- most of them in damp 3-day-old clothes and dreaming of hot food and a warm bed.

"We wanted to do it all -- the lobster cruise, the booze cruise," sighed Dwayne Redmond, a Chicago firefighter who came to Mexico with his wife for the vacation of a lifetime.

Many foreigners said they craved a beer to cheer them up, but alcohol sales have been banned since Wilma hit on Thursday.

Adding to the gloom, rumors circulated that flights from Cancun might not resume for days and tourists may have to be bused out of the Yucatan peninsula, famous for its turquoise coral-filled seas, white sand and Mayan ruins.

As the storm eased on Saturday evening, people ventured out in search of food, and some took advantage of the chaos to loot. Dozens waded out of smashed stores clasping plasma TVs, fridges and bundles of clothes on hangers. Police fired shots into the water to try to scatter them.

Rescue workers in boats plucked families from houses where the muddy water was chest-high.

The Pyrenees on the Caribbean side/France/Spain (Medium)
2005/10/23 07:44:23.9 47.33 N 6.99 E 2f ML2.6 FRANCE

Carpinteria, California area (34.237 -119.570) (Medium)
MAP 3.1 2005/10/22 20:18:46 34.047 -118.556 10.6 7 km ( 5 mi) WNW of Santa Monica, CA

Possibly the East Coast area to Canada (Strong, but not sure of area symptom)
map 1.5 2005/10/22 23:02:10 36.250N 89.450W 5.9 4 km ( 2 mi) ESE of Ridgely, TN
map 1.9 2005/10/22 23:01:18 36.140N 89.380W 6.1 11 km ( 7 mi) WNW of Newbern, TN
map 1.5 2005/10/22 20:46:45 36.490N 89.540W 8.4 11 km ( 7 mi) S of New Madrid, MO
(This is a new symptom and I will need a repeat or two to prove it.)

Costa Rica/Nicaragua
05/10/22 22:20:34 11.01N 87.04W 95.9 3.0ML Frente a La Boquita y Casares
05/10/22 19:32:50 12.25N 87.73W 5.1 3.1ML Frente al Cosigüina
05/10/22 17:05:41 10.40N 85.98W 11.0 2.7ML Oceano Pacífico de CostaRica
05/10/22 14:01:49 10.91N 86.52W 18.5 3.1MC Frente a El Astillero
05/10/22 07:17:23 11.40N 85.51W 10.9 2.1ML Cerca del Volcán Maderas
05/10/22 06:30:38 11.58N 86.39W 3.4 2.5ML Frente a La Boquita y Casares

Hawaii (Strong)
map 2.5 2005/10/23 03:50:37 19.316 -155.226 4.5 15 km ( 9 mi) S of Volcano, HI
MAP 3.8 2005/10/23 20:48:14 19.366 -155.084 9.2 13 km ( 8 mi) SSE of Fern Forest, HI

Mt. St. Helen's (Medium)
map 1.4 2005/10/22 22:12:06 46.196N 122.192W 0.0 0 km ( 0 mi) S of Mount St. Helens
map 1.6 2005/10/22 18:57:56 46.194N 122.194W 0.0 0 km ( 0 mi) SSW of Mount St. Helens
map 1.7 2005/10/22 15:04:19 46.196N 122.191W 0.0 0 km ( 0 mi) SSE of Mount St. Helens
map 1.5 2005/10/22 10:50:13 46.198N 122.196W 0.2 0 km ( 0 mi) WSW of Mount St. Helens
map 1.5 2005/10/22 07:48:43 46.195N 122.192W 0.0 0 km ( 0 mi) S of Mount St. Helens
map 1.5 2005/10/22 00:18:28 46.195N 122.192W 0.0 0 km ( 0 mi) S of Mount St. Helens

Svalbard area
Origin time Lat Lon Azres Timres Wres Nphase Ntot Nsta Netmag
2005-293: 76.84 20.06 11.56 1.99 4.88 5 15 3 2.96
Origin time Lat Lon Azres Timres Wres Nphase Ntot Nsta Netmag
2005-293: 78.27 15.87 7.46 4.42 6.28 3 4 2 2.24

Origin time Lat Lon Azres Timres Wres Nphase Ntot Nsta Netmag
2005-294: 79.74 28.33 9.94 0.35 2.83 3 5 2 3.23
Origin time Lat Lon Azres Timres Wres Nphase Ntot Nsta Netmag
2005-294: 78.27 15.87 11.34 6.72 9.55 4 5 3 2.52

Austria (Medium)
2005/10/22 09:29:59.5 50.61 N 13.72 E 8 ML2.1 CZECH AND SLOVAK REPUBLICS
2005/10/22 09:51:31.7 50.94 N 15.89 E ML2.3 CZECH AND SLOVAK REPUBLICS

Kazakhstan/Kyrgyzstan area
2005/10/22 07:49:12.0 52.84 N 74.00 E ML3.4 CENTRAL KAZAKHSTAN
2005/10/22 09:26:48.0 34.48 N 72.97 E 33 mb4.3 PAKISTAN
2005/10/22 10:30:54.0 39.97 N 70.98 E ML3.3 TAJIKISTAN
2005/10/22 15:31:48.9 34.25 N 75.09 E 45 mb4.8 EASTERN KASHMIR
2005/10/22 19:29:19.6 35.00 N 73.65 E 60 mb4.8 NORTHWESTERN KASHMIR

Is it a Volcano Emitting Ash, Smoke in Kashmir?
Oct 22, 2005, 09:11

ISLAMABAD, PAKISTAN - Is it a volcano that is emitting ash and smoke ever since the deadliest-ever earthquake struck parts of Pakistan and Kashmir?

This is the topic being discussed and the question being asked by those who have visited Pakistan-administered Kashmir's Muzaffarabad locality.

Geo, a private local television channel, ran a video film and also interviewed some local people there on Saturday.

In its bulletin, the TV channel pointed out that ash, smoke and stones had been seen coming down from a hilltop many kilometers away since the quake two weeks back.

The hill has been causing landslides ever since the day of the disaster up to now.

The quake was so intense that portions of roads in many cities and towns fell across other hills and ditches.

Even some people say that they saw many unfortunate people falling into fissures created by the earthquake along roads and streets in Kashmir.

The worst-ever earthquake, measuring 7.6 on the Richter scale, struck the North-West Frontier Province (NWFP) of Pakistan and Kashmir on October 8.

It has so far killed over 60,000 people and injured more than 70,000 besides rendering over 3 million homeless.

The death toll and number of injured persons is climbing with each passing day.

A senior officer of the Pakistan Army told the television that it was not a volcano that was emitting ash but a phenomenon that erupted after the occurrence of the tremor.

According to locals, there is nothing strange about the emissions, he added.

But it is significant that this has never surfaced in the media before despite the fact that the local population calls it a normal occurrence.

Newfoundland/North Atlantic Ocean area (Strong)
2005/10/25 23:53:02 43.43N 60.32W 18.0g 2.9ML GSC Offshore eastern N.S
(3 extra days)

Peace to all.