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Blog Entry #443 Friday March 6th [03:44 UTC]
Friday, 06 March 2015 03:44

Dim lights

Targeting a strong developing positive polarity Coronal Hole (CH657) on the solar corona. After further
analysis i have isolated an area (1-7°S latitude)which may itself foreshadow a strong 7.0 Magnitude
earthquake in one of these listed locations during this watch:

New Britain Region. Papua New Guinea
Solomon Islands
Northern Peru
Chagos Archipelago Region

Forecast - (Magnitude 6.7-7.0)
Time Frame March 8-10

**EMSC Reports**

http://www.emsc-csem.org/Earthquake/earthquake.php?id=430790

 
Blog Entry #442 Friday February 27th [06:02 UTC]
Friday, 27 February 2015 06:02

Dim lights

Targeting very large unnumbered negative polarity Coronal Hole on the solar corona. After close
analysis of multiple active components situated from (34-45°S latitude) may itself foreshadow a
strong 6.8 Magnitude earthquake in one of these listed locations during this watch:

South Of The Kermadec Islands
Los Lagos, Chile
Prince Edward Islands Region
New Zealand

Forecast - (Magnitude 6.5-6.8)
Time Frame March 3-5

**EMSC Reports**

 
Blog Entry #441 Friday February 20th [07:43 UTC]
Friday, 20 February 2015 07:43

Dim lights

Targeting a strong developing positive polarity Coronal Hole (CH655) on the solar corona. After further
analysis i have isolated an area (8-14°S latitude)which may itself foreshadow a strong 7.3 Magnitude
earthquake in one of these listed locations during this watch:

South Of Java, Indonesia
Solomon Islands
Northern-Central Peru
Comoros region

Forecast - (Magnitude 7.0-7.3)
Time Frame February 22-24

**EMSC Reports**

 
*Blog Entry #440 Tuesday February 10th [02:43 UTC]
Tuesday, 10 February 2015 02:43

Dim lights

Targeting a developing negative polarity Coronal Hole (CH653) on the solar corona. After
close analysis of an active component situated at (1-7°N latitude) may itself foreshadow
a strong 6.5 Magnitude earthquake in one of these listed locations during this watch:

Northern Sumatra
Molucca Sea
Ecuador-Colombia
Carlsberg Ridge

Forecast - (Magnitude 6.2-6.5)
Time Frame February 14-16

**EMSC Reports**

 
*Blog Entry #439 Tuesday February 3rd [07:44 UTC]
Tuesday, 03 February 2015 07:44

Dim lights

Targeting a large negative polarity unnumbered Coronal Hole in the southern hemisphere of the
solar corona. After close analysis of an active component situated at (46-54°S latitude) may itself
be a foreshadow for a 6.8 Magnitude earthquake in one of these listed locations during this watch:

Aisen, Chile
Off the west coast of the South Island of New Zealand
Prince Edward Islands Region

Auckland Islands region, New Zealand

Forecast - (Magnitude 6.5-6.8)
Time Frame February 4-6

*EMSC Reports*

 
Blog Entry #438 Thursday January 29th [01:56 UTC]
Thursday, 29 January 2015 01:56

Dim lights

A deep earthquake (485km) recorded in the Fiji Region Jan 28th indicates a strong meridian migration
moving northwest which should produce a very strong kinetic release through the Australian plate into
the Indonesia/Papua New Guinea regions. Zones of interest for this event are:

New Britain Region, Papua New Guinea
Papua, Indonesia

New Ireland Region, Papua New Guinea

Bougainville Region, Papua New Guinea

Forecast - (6.3-6.6 Magnitude)
Time Frame
suggests January 30-February 1
Forecast Confidence 98%

**EMSC Reports*

 
Blog Entry #437 Monday January 19th [01:36 UTC]
Monday, 19 January 2015 01:36

Dim lights

Targeting a small unnumbered Positive Polarity Coronal Hole in the northern Hemisphere of the solar
corona. After close analysis i have isolated an area (38-45°N latitude). This coronal hole may itself be a
foreshadow for a 6.7 Magnitude earthquake in one of these listed locations during this watch period:

Near East Coast Of Honshu Japan
Northern California

Greece
Western Turkey-Eastern Turkey

Forecast - (Magnitude 6.4-6.7)
Time Frame
suggests January 24-26
Forecast Confidence 93%

**EMSC Reports*

http://www.emsc-csem.org/Earthquake/earthquake.php?id=424722

 
Blog Entry #436 Tuesday January 6th [03:00 UTC]
Tuesday, 06 January 2015 03:00

Dim lights

Targeting a numbered Positive Polarity Coronal Hole (CH649) in the northern Hemisphere of the solar
corona. After analysis i have isolated an area at (20-26 °N latitude). This coronal hole may itself be a
symmetric foreshadow for a 6.8 Magnitude Earthquake in one of these listed locations during this watch:

Myanmar-Yunnan China
Gulf Of California, Mexico
Volcano Islands, Japan Region
Southwestern Ryukyu Islands, Japan Region

Forecast - (6.5-6.8 Magnitude)
Time Frame
suggests January 11-14

**EMSC Reports**

 
Blog Entry #435 Friday January 2nd [23:34 UTC]
Friday, 02 January 2015 23:34

Dim lights

Targeting a large negative polarity unnumbered Coronal Hole in the southern hemisphere of the
solar corona. After close analysis of an active component situated at (43-49°S latitude) may itself
be a foreshadow for a 6.3 Magnitude earthquake in one of these listed locations during this watch:

Aisen/Los Lagos, Chile
South Island Of New Zealand (Alpine Fault)
Prince Edward Islands Region

Auckland Islands region, New Zealand

Forecast - (Magnitude 6.0-6.3)
Time Frame January 4-6

**EMSC Reports**

 
*Blog Entry #434 Saturday December 27th [02:02 UTC]
Saturday, 27 December 2014 02:02

Dim lights

Targeting al unnumbered Positive Polarity Coronal Hole in the northern Hemisphere of the solar corona.
After close analysis i have isolated an area (22-27 °N latitude). This coronal hole may itself be a symmetric
foreshadow for a 6.4 Magnitude earthquake in one of these listed locations during this watch period:

Myanmar-Yunnan China
Gulf Of California, Mexico
Taiwan Region
Southwestern Ryukyu Islands, Japan Region

Forecast - (6.1-6.4 Magnitude)
Time Frame
suggests December 28-30

**EMSC Reports**

 
Blog Entry #433 Sunday December 21st [01:36 UTC]
Sunday, 21 December 2014 01:36

Dim lights

Targeting a large unnumbered Negative Polarity Coronal Hole in the southern Hemisphere of the solar
corona. After close analysis i have isolated an area (51-58°S latitude). This coronal hole may itself be a
foreshadow for a 6.8 Magnitude earthquake in one of these listed locations during this watch period:

South Sandwich Islands Region
Scotia Sea
South Of Africa
Macquarie Islands Region

Forecast - (Magnitude 6.5-6.8)
Time Frame
suggests December 24-26
Forecast Confidence 90%

**EMSC Reports**

http://www.emsc-csem.org/Earthquake/earthquake.php?id=414632

 
Blog Entry #432 Saturday December 13th [09:15 UTC]
Saturday, 13 December 2014 09:15

Dim lights

A deep earthquake (300km) recorded in the Fiji Region Dec 12th, combined with a symmetric coronal hole
(CH645) indicates a strong meridian migration moving northwest which should produce a very strong kinetic
release into the Australian plate into Indonesia/Papua New Guinea region. Zones of interest for this event are:

New Britain Region, Papua New Guinea
Papua, Indonesia

New Ireland Region, Papua New Guinea

Bougainville Region, Papua New Guinea

Forecast - (6.2-6.5 Magnitude)
Time Frame
suggests December 14-16
Forecast Confidence 98%

**EMSC Reports**

http://www.emsc-csem.org/Earthquake/earthquake.php?id=413430

 
Blog Entry #431 Thursday December 4th [02:20 UTC]
Thursday, 04 December 2014 02:20

Dim lights

Targeting a very large negative polarity unnumbered Coronal Hole in the southern hemisphere of the
solar corona. After close analysis of an active component situated at (33-38°S latitude) may itself be
a foreshadow for a 6.8 Magnitude earthquake in one of these listed locations during this watch:

South of The Kermadec Islands
South Atlantic Ocean
Offshore Los Lagos, Chile

East Of The North Island of New Zealand

Forecast - (Magnitude 6.5-6.8)
Time Frame December 6-9

**EMSC Reports**

 
*Blog Entry #430 Tuesday November 25th [09:19 UTC]
Tuesday, 25 November 2014 09:19

Dim lights

Targeting a large negative polarity unnumbered Coronal Hole in the southern hemisphere of the
solar corona. After close analysis of an active component situated at (27-35°S latitude) may itself
be a foreshadow for a 7.0 Magnitude earthquake in one of these listed locations during this watch:

Kermadec Islands Region
South Indian Ocean
Atacama
, Chile

Santiago del Estero, Argentina

Forecast - (Magnitude 6.7-7.0)
Time Frame November 26-27

**EMSC Reports**

http://www.emsc-csem.org/Earthquake/earthquake.php?id=410730

 
*Blog Entry #429 Monday November 17th [03:01 UTC]
Monday, 17 November 2014 03:01

Dim lights

Targeting a positive polarity Coronal Hole (CH643) in the southern Hemisphere of the solar corona.
After close analysis i have isolated an area (8-13°S latitude). This lateral coronal hole may itself be
a foreshadow for a 7.1 Magnitude earthquake in one of these listed locations during this watch:

Santa Cruz Islands Region
Solomon Islands Region
Vanuatu
Central Peru

Forecast - (6.8-7.1 Magnitude)
Time Frame
suggests November 19-21
Forecast Confidence 96%

*EMSC Reports*

 
Blog Entry #428 Sunday November 9th [03:12 UTC]
Sunday, 09 November 2014 03:12

Dim lights

Targeting a large negative polarity unnumbered Coronal Hole in the southern hemisphere of the
solar corona. After close analysis of an active component situated at (27-34°S latitude) may itself be
a foreshadow for a 6.5 Magnitude earthquake in one of these listed locations during this watch:

Kermadec Islands Region
Atacama, Chile

South Indian Ocean
Santiago del Estero, Argentina

Forecast - (Magnitude 6.2-6.5)
Time Frame November 11-13

*EMSC Reports*

 
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