Dense band of seismic waves still registering on global seismographs

February 22, 2011 – There is a dense band of seismic waves still registering in the  telemetry data on the world’s seismometers. We believe tectonic plates are still inordinately stressed by the series of disturbances which began 48 hours ago. It is our assessment that more quakes and unrest can be expected. Seismically stressed regions included the South Pacific and Kermandec and Tonga volcanic arc, Papua New Guinea, New Zealand, the Philippines, South America, the Yucatan and Central America, Eastern China, and the Caribbean.
This entry was posted in Earth Changes, Extinction Protocol Exclusive Editorial, Planetary Tremor Event, Seismic tremors, Volcano Watch. Bookmark the permalink.

1 Response to Dense band of seismic waves still registering on global seismographs

  1. Paul Demorest says:

    in a very simplistic description…earth is being squeezed…the question is by what?

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