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Predictions for July 29-Aug 5, 2008 Print E-mail
Contributed by JOB   
Thursday, 31 July 2008
The Seismic Window of July 1-8, 2008 measured up to expectations based upon near-record tidal forces, although the animal behaviors were contaminated by the usual Independence Day anomaly.  The lost and found columns of the L.A. TIMES were illustrative of this, as witness the sequence of missing pets from July 4-15: 

 6. 7, 6, 5, 10, 11, 15, 17, 10, 9, 5, 7…    The peak of July 11 was typical of the fireworks anomaly, as it usually is seen from five to seven days after the noise and excitement of the Fourth of July. Skeptics have no problem with this correlation but fail to recognize the earthquake precursory clues provided by sensitive animals to stimuli occurring PRIOR TO many earthquakes.

 (1) The prediction for the 2-degree Central California circle came close when a quake of 3.7M hit near Paso Robles, 167 miles south of Mt. Diablo on July 6th which scored 100X80x100 =80% for Time, Place and Magnitude. On June 28th near Tom’s Place there was a 4.3M event that scored70x100x100=70%.  A lesser score was attained for a 3.7M on July 10th near Toms Place, with an epicenter 169 miles east of Mt. Diablo. Score: 80x80x100= 64% .

(2)  For Southern California, there was considerable seismic activity, topped with the 3.4M near Olancha on July 4th.scoring 11x11x90=90%.    On July 1st a 3.2M south of Salton Sea hit the third ring out from a 3.5M bull’s eye, and scored 100x100x70=70%.  There also was a 3.2M in northern Baja on July 5th, but was four miles beyond my 140 mile prediction  for L.A. and thus scored only 100x90x70=63%..   Near Ludlow on July 6th there was a 3.3M  quake, which was rated at 100x100x80=80% for Time, Place and Magnitude. A 3.7M  near Guadalupe, Baja California was 189 miles from L.A. and was seven miles too far south to score, although it was on the last day of the Window.

(3)  The Northwest Prediction came through big time with a 4.0M event west of Bandon, Oregon, which rated 100x100x100=100%.  Also continued moderate activity occurred off the coast of Oregon with a 5.1M on June 29th (80x100x100=80%), also quakes of 4.4 and 4.3M  hit on June 29th, both rated at (80x100x100-80%)

(4)  The Global prediction for a major quake found two eligible quakes, a 7.0Mw on June 30th struck east of the South Sandwich Islands south of South America (90x100x100=90%).  The winner was the 7.7M in the Okhotsk Sea near Kamchatka on July 4th.  This was the second largest world quake so far this year and it scored 100x100x100=100%. 
The final result of the July 1-8th Window was 80+90=100+100=370/4=92.5%)

The July 29-August 5, 2008 Seismic Window includes the total Solar eclipse on August 1st, the close perigee 58 hours earlier and the resulting 8.3 ft. tidal range at the Golden Gate on July 30th.  This combination should produce one or more quakes with the following parameters:

(1)   3..5-6.5M within 140 miles (2-degrees) of Mt. Diablo (37.9N; 121.9W.)
(2)   3.5-6.5M within 140 miles of Los Angeles City Hall (34.0N; 118W)
(3)   3.5-6.0M  with an epicentral address of Washington or Oregon.
(4)   7.0M+ major quake globally, probably in the Pacific Ring of Fire.
All of my subscribers had their
SYZYGY newsletters last week, in time for the July 29th  5.4M, 3.8 & 3.6M quakes in L.A. and the 3.6M quake in Port Townsend, WA, both of which quakes were 100% hits.   Give 64% so far for my prediction within 140 mils of Mt. Diablo, as a 3.3M hit just east of Truckee onJuly 28th.    MORE TO COME.

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