Wednesday, 23 March 2011


We are rapidly approaching a peak period of risk as forecast by earthquake watchers. Geologists may disagree. It is not an exact science. But we can say without contradiction that the situation is abnormal - for example yesterday the 22nd produced 4 serious earthquakes (intensity 6.6, 6.4, 6.4, 6.1) in the Japan area. The current hyperactive situation shows no signs of slowdown.

Fortunately the Sun obligingly played its part a few days ago when it ejected a major outburst of plasma away from the Earth.

Keep yourself up to date with the EMSC link!

e.g. today: Crete 4.3, depth 1km!

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