5.0 magnitude earthquake strikes off the coast of Mexico

February 23, 2012MEXICO – A 5.0 magnitude earthquake rattled the ocean floor 101 km off the coast of Chiapas Mexico. Tension is building along this region of the Cocos tectonic plate, which borders the Caribbean Plate on the East and the Nazca Plate to the South. As the earthquake was 60 km in depth, there were no tsunami or damage reports issued for the region. –The Extinction Protocol
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3 Responses to 5.0 magnitude earthquake strikes off the coast of Mexico

  1. Larry Fairall says:

    It appears as though the earth quakes and solar storms have slowed down the last couple of weeks? Maybe the earth and sun are busy watching how we are going to solve our war and financial problems !

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  2. Larry Fairall says:

    However it appears the valcanos are filling in for the lull of solar and quakes.

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  3. Larry Fairall says:

    No 6.0 or greater in the last 12 days……..

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