Earthquake Prediction by Tiempe

Earth Sensitive quake predictions

Thursday, October 20, 2005

*For Sunday, 23 October 2005.

Places to watch.

Good luck to all.

For Sunday, 23 October 2005.

Cocos Island to Java, Indonesia area (Medium)
23Oct2005 06:15:36.0 9.2S 107.6E120 mb=4.7 M GSR SOUTH OF JAWA, INDONESIA 0723

Possible Volcano eruption on the 22nd of October (I think I only get Mexico)
(Apparently I get the symptoms for Volcano - Gastrointestinal distress - and then I need to check regular smptoms. This may take me a while to get right.)

2005/10/22 20:34:42.8 0.75 S 90.90 W 10G M 5.5 GALAPAGOS ISLANDS, ECUADOR

Volcanic Information

Date: October 23, 2005 at 21:58:44
From: mountain girl/NM
Subject: Volcano Erupts on Galapagos Island

QUITO, Ecuador (AP) -- A volcano has begun to erupt on one of the Galapagos Islands known for its diverse flora and fauna, including the archipelago's famed giant tortoises, park officials said Sunday.

The 1,500-meter (4,920-feet) Sierra Negra volcano, located on seahorse-shaped Isabela, the largest of the Galapagos Islands, began erupting late Saturday afternoon, producing three lava flows, officials from the Galapagos National Park told The Associated Press in a statement.

It has not yet been determined whether the island's plant and animal life have been affected.

Many Galapagos tortoises, some of which have a lifespan of more than 150 years, live near volcano craters.

Puerto Villamil on Isabela's southern coast is home to 2,000 people, but the eruption posed "no risk to the population," the statement said. Tourist centers near Sierra Negra were closed as a precaution.

The Galapagos Islands, located 1,000 kilometers (625 miles) off Ecuador's Pacific coast, were declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1979 for their exotic wildlife such as marine iguanas and blue-footed boobies.

The islands' rich biodiversity inspired Charles Darwin's theory of evolution.

Mariana Islands/Bonnin Islands (Medium)
MAP 4.5 2005/10/22 08:41:55 27.418 143.345 14.7 BONIN ISLANDS, JAPAN REGION
2005/10/24 09:34:53.7 38.85 N 141.99 E 40 mb5.2 NEAR E.CST EASTERN HONSHU

New Madrid Fault
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
(I also posted these on the 22nd...but these were 2 different symptoms for the same area. 2 days of symptoms.)

Andaman then Nicobar Islands area (Strong)
2005-10-22 11:09:11 4.8 12.63 N 95.35 E Andaman Islands, India Region
(Nothing found for Nicobar)

map 1.4 2005/10/23 02:49:03 36.416 -120.989 2.0 19 km ( 12 mi) SE of Pinnacles, CA
map 2.0 2005/10/23 11:43:30 35.933 -120.478 5.0 6 km ( 3 mi) NW of Parkfield, CA
map 1.1 2005/10/23 18:15:14 35.932 -120.467 6.7 5 km ( 3 mi) NW of Parkfield, CA

Templeton, California/San Simeon area (The symptoms for this area are not painful but almost constant irritation on the left back of my head. This is somewhat like what I felt for the Aegean Sea on my left heel and that turned out to be a swarm of quakes. I expect this to be the same for this area and has already started today on the 20th.)...Right forearm underneath to outside slightly in the middle ache. Then left back of head middle on corner of left temple - the back of the head is very difficult to pinpoint but the irritation was off and on all day.)
MAP 3.0 2005/10/20 17:05:14 35.660 -121.079 3.9 10 km ( 6 mi) E of San Simeon, CA
(Nothing more found. I am still unsure of this symptom.)

Cyprus/Syria area
(Nothing found)

Pyrenees/Portugal side (Medium)
2005/10/23 06:54:29.9 43.16 N 1.15 W 10 ML3.0 PYRENEES

Yucatan Peninsula area (May be Hurricane Wilma related - second day of symptoms so I figure Strong)
Parenteral Drug Association

Recovering from Wilma - Message from PDA Member in Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico

Merida, Yucatan, Mexico - 23 October 2005

Dear PDA Fellows,

My name is Pasquale Monteleone and I have been a PDA friend for the last two years or so, but I am above all a current citizen of the Yucatan Peninsula, in Mexico. Benefiting from the return of electricity and phone connections, after the precautionary disconnection operated by the state government with the arrival of the hurricane Wilma, I thought I would catch up the occasion to write a very quick report and appeal to all of you who may be interested in knowing about the real status quo in this area and possibly supporting the recovery of these devastated areas or, in the worst case, to those of you who may have friends or family in the affected areas.

The Mexican people received the first blow early in October, with the arrival of the hurricane Stan, whose strength and dispersion have cumulated a number of some 750 deaths throughout Central America, and an official amount of 2,500 homeless people specifically in Mexico. In line with the saying "when it rains, it pours," the Mexican state that was mostly affected is that of Chiapas, internationally renowned to be the residency of the Subcomandante Marcos, yet locally known to be one of the poorest areas of the country and the economically most distressed one; in this case, the hurricane caused the overflowing of such a number of rivers that many of the poorest villages were submersed by running water and mud. For its form, development and route, Stan proved to be a first sign of climatic anomaly, considering that after having destroyed much of Chiapas, it went further up in Mexico, hitting and inundating areas that have historically been untouched by this kind of phenomena.

Shocked, saddened and beaten by the human and physical damage caused by Stan's violence, Mexico was barely recuperating when, as of three days ago, Wilma touched base on the Yucatan Peninsula and broke three records: 21st tropical storm (last record in 1933); 12th hurricane (last record in 1969); and 3rd category 5 hurricane of the season (last record in 1960) for the Atlantic hurricane season of 2005. Last but not least, Wilma ended up being the most intense hurricane that has ever formed in the Atlantic and the 10th most intense the world has seen in recorded history.

Today, 23 of October 2005, Wilma has taken off the Yucatan peninsula leaving records of up to 295km/h fast winds and some 882mb pressure in its strength. Even though the number of casualties has luckily been low (7 people in total) matched against the 250 deaths caused by 1988's Gilbert, all the rest is quite a tragic panorama:

* The inundations caused by its waves, which reached 10m in height, have remarkably damaged/destroyed some 40% of the surface in the Cancun area, including the islands facing the city;
* Some 1,200 homes and over 50 hotels result either dramatically damaged or risking collapse due to the structural weakening/damage; the violence of the rain, wind and waves has been such that even some shelters have had to be evacuated for potential downfall of the roof and walls;
* Much of the seaside has been either "erased" or destroyed, taking into account that the waves have completely covered the immediate coastline or, in the case of Cancun, blended with the local laguna, and forming a unique "lake," even with the freeing of crocodiles into the inundated area and consequent risk to the people;
* In terms of electricity, gas, telephone and road connections, much of the Mayan Riviera and part of the state of Yucatan are still either inaccessible or remarkably damaged, with unforecastable recuperation timeframes;
* A total of some 60,000 people, between tourists and citizens have been evacuated from the affected areas and also in this case the possibility to return to their homes is not a forecastable data, at least until the means of communication and people's safety can be guaranteed.

At this stage, the most urgent and heart-felt mission is that of providing support to the affected areas either via economic funding or through the organization of shipping of useful goods. We shall all take into account that both in Chiapas and in the Cancun area, the inundation has been such that much of the food provisions in supermarkets, bigger and smaller grocery stores, and private homes have gone...damaged or lost. We are all friends, brothers, sisters, mothers, fathers....let's give a hand to a country and a people whose economic weakness has been dramatically increased due to the latest climatic catastrophes.

The following links, from the Mexican Presidency and the Red Cross have information pertaining to the channels to be used to support the Mexican areas hit by the hurricanes. Further information may be available either from local Red Cross offices or via the Mexican diplomatic bureaus across the world.

Trusting your understanding, your compassion and your support, I sincerely thank you.

Pasquale Monteleone
Tel: + 52 9999 202054

Possibly Pendleton, Oregon (New symptom area - Medium)
map 1.8 2005/10/21 15:11:10 43.266N 123.332W 0.0 6 km ( 3 mi) N of Roseburg, OR
(2 days early)

Vanuatu Islands (VERY STRONG)
MAP 5.3 2005/10/24 00:44:43 -15.157 -172.953 35.0 SAMOA ISLANDS REGION
(The co-ordinates are right for Vanuatu - don't know why they say Samoa.)

Kermadec Islands (Very Strong)
MAP 4.0 2005/10/24 14:45:03 -36.740 177.730 160.0 OFF EAST COAST OF THE NORTH ISLAND, N.Z.

Austria (Second day of symptoms - Very Strong)
2005/10/23 10:52:32.2 47.38 N 13.40 E 5 M 2.2 AUSTRIA

South of Alaska
map 2.7 2005/10/22 12:24:36 57.977 -148.472 1.0 GULF OF ALASKA
MAP 4.2 2005/10/24 20:24:07 54.122 -154.932 15.0 SOUTH OF ALASKA

Tip of Aleutians into Pacific/Emperor Seamounts (Strong)
map 3.0 2005/10/23 01:42:59 51.279 -176.762 25.0 ANDREANOF ISLANDS, ALEUTIAN IS., ALASKA
map 3.0 2005/10/23 07:55:11 53.107 -165.653 25.0 FOX ISLANDS, ALEUTIAN ISLANDS, ALASKA

Peace to all.