Bam! That is more like it. The Aguanga 3.4 to 3.7 quake was shy of the expected magnitude and watch remained for another couple days as it was issued for a week starting March 30th and a 5.3 magnitude quake has struck in the bight near the Santa Cruz Islands, off Ventura. Read on for details.
From the official SCWF Earthquake Watch issued on March 30th – Link To Watch By Clicking Here
“Southern California Weather Force issued an Earthquake Watch for the entire state of California not too long ago and it hit with Trabuco Canyon back at the end of January and this watch is now in effect for the entire state for the next week as evidence in the calculations show fault stress is rising by the day so read on for details…
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Good evening on this Friday evening … I am currently looking at a similar pattern to California that I saw last time. It could be Southern, Central, or Northern but keep an open mind. I don’t do these often so keep that in mind. I have an earthquake formula that keeps an eye on fault stress and we go from there. Back in January of this year I put my quake warning out for the state and Trabuco happened on a 4.0. It was a value over 50 on my scale so keep reading for more if you are interested because it only gets more interesting from here. Here is the quote from then…”
What does this mean? It means the algorithm for my quake prediction is working and this is the fourth public time in my career and the 15th experimental time over the course of 15 years with a 100% rate of return. This remains experimental but is updated every few days on the member section.
The watch remains in effect for a couple more days. Stress transfer from a 5.3 WILL affect fault-zones across Southern California.
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