Living in earthquake country, I have always wondered when the ‘Big One’ would actually hit. In the recent wake of the earthquakes in Southern California (Searles Valley to be exact,) I have done some research to find answers to some serious questions.
To know more about the Earth’s crust and tectonic plates was just scratching the surface of the knowledge I was seeking. I wanted to understand the movement of the plates better. I wanted to know if there was any connection to other places with big earthquakes and if a volcano could erupt from a large earthquake. I wanted to know if the earthquake in Searles Valley would trigger an earthquake on the San Andreas Fault.
Informed and Aware
I searched for quite some time, and finally found something solid.
On July 4th, after watching the local fireworks show, I went home and started searching for earthquake videos. I clicked on a video with a title that claimed an earthquake can be forecasted!
I wondered if this guy really knew what he was talking about. I’m old enough to remember some things from past earthquakes. So I watched for a while keeping in mind the facts the USGS had already released about the recent quakes.
The video I watched was very interesting. There were points made that I hadn’t thought about before. Following where quakes hit previously, it was easy to see what was happening. That moment changed my thinking about earthquakes.
This channel had a live feed, so I clicked on it. From being afraid and not knowing to being alert and aware of what was to come, I knew this was a channel to keep watching.
As I was observing, I noticed something. This guy was forecasting another, larger earthquake while he was live streaming and showing earthquakes around the world. The biggest recorded for that day was the M6.4 in Searles Valley.
I didn’t think much of it at the time because even though I live in California, I knew I was far enough away that there wouldn’t be much damage if any in my area.
The VERY NEXT DAY, while I was walking from one room to another, I started to feel the rolling sensation. I knew it was an earthquake. I have felt enough in the past to know immediately what it was.
After about 20 seconds, the movement stopped. Nothing seemed out of place (except for some nerves.) Guess what I did next?
I went to the newly discovered YouTube channel to see if he was going to talk about how he forecasted correctly about the new big quake. Sure enough, there he was, live, talking about the quake, all the info and data involved.
He goes by ‘Dutchsinse’ and so far he has been able to accurately forecast the last several earthquakes not only in Southern California but worldwide!
He has also studied several ‘perforation points’ across the globe, closing in on the cause of some earthquake epicenters and why they would ‘swarm’ in one area or another.
Dutch reported on a new crack near the location where the large quake hit in Southern California.
Dutch has spent a lot of time studying volcanoes, drilling points for oil, natural gas, geothermal, and a few other places of interest. These would be ‘weak points’ where earthquakes would hit in a certain area.
After watching for almost a week, I have found these forecasts to be fairly accurate and could possibly save lives. If interested, please check out any of the links I have provided.
Don’t take my word for it, do your own research and find out for yourself!