6.4 magnitude earthquake strikes seafloor of Molucca Sea near Indonesia

August 26, 2012 INDONESIAA deep 6.4 magnitude earthquake struck the arc in the Molucca Sea, WNW of Tobela Indonesia. The earthquake registered at a depth of 69.7 km (43.3 miles) below the seafloor. The epicenter of the earthquake was 169 km (105 miles) NNW (340°) from Ternate, Moluccas, Indonesia. A low tsunami reading was reported in the region of the Molucca Sea but no major warnings were issued. –The Extinction Protocol
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19 Responses to 6.4 magnitude earthquake strikes seafloor of Molucca Sea near Indonesia

  1. Kaos says:

    Downgraded from 6.8.

    Took them a while to downgrade it..


  2. molassis says:

    SERIOUS EQ swarm going on in SO CAL right now!! Biggest was 4.4 so far… and there have been like 20 in the past few hours!!!!


  3. Chris says:

    Heads up on a curious series of earthquakes south of the Salton Sea in So. Cal. This is where the San Andreas reappears from the Salton Sea near Brawley. Just happened in the last hour pr so.


  4. ahwatukeefoothills says:

    Interesting… I wonder how this may correlate to what is now happening in Californi… 17 EQ’s back to back..?

    You did an article back on april 12th, 2012.. when there were two 8.0+ EQ’s ,,then followed several in CA then as well?


  5. David Garner says:

    Alvin what is going on in So Cal? http://quakes.globalincidentmap.com/


    • IMG

      Seismic tension is building for a major earthquake of the 6.8 to 7.9 range from the Salton Sea up to Central California; perhaps higher along the San Andreas. This is the second major earthquake swarm this month. The first happened on August 7 and 8th- with about 30 tremors. Not a good sign. The second thing is, this could be the beginning of fissures, or massive fault tears along the California landscape. The Laguna Salada fault has been growing increasing more active since the 2010 7.2 Baja Quake, and California geology, all over the state, has been growing increasingly more restless; from quakes at Long Valley supervolcano, to unexplained boom noises in the Sierra mountains.

      Video aired on Youtube August 9, 2012

      I don’t think Slate will be mocking anyone else after this ——-


  6. james says:

    Check out the earthquake map all it has is california http://hisz.rsoe.hu/alertmap/index2.php


  7. Denis Cloutier says:

    De nombreux tremblements de terre en Californie…


  8. docobilly says:

    USGS CA/NV Earthquakes…..large number of Eq’s in the Brawley, CA geothermal beds of the Saltan Sea…beginning with M5.3… lots of m1’s, 2’s and 3’s….happenning right now!!!!!!!!


  9. Jennie says:

    Alvin, please can you tell us what is happening in Seeley/Brawley in California? Why have they had so many tremors today? More than 50, as reported in the USGS earthquake map. I’ve not seen anything like that. Thank your Alvin. Jennie in the UK and an avid follower of your site.


    • Glad you found the site and routine turn to us, Jen. I’m so fortunate to have you here tuning in. See previous comments. It looks like major stress release event is building and 5.0 magnitude earthquakes are not going to cut it or alleviate the problem; even if there were 20 of them.


  10. titan1111 says:

    how many of you were selected by extinction protocal to take a survey and recieve a prize…wtf are you doing alvin..very dissapointed ,,,now we have to deal with spam and deceit on this site too


  11. Irene C says:

    Magnitude 5.4 – SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
    Depth – 8.9 km (5.5 miles)

    5 km (3 miles) N (357°) from Brawley, CA
    8 km (5 miles) E (100°) from Westmorland, CA
    11 km (7 miles) SSW (193°) from Calipatria, CA
    27 km (16 miles) N (4°) from El Centro, CA
    149 km (93 miles) ENE (68°) from Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico


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