April 29, 2016
A large M6.9 earthquake has struck in the East Pacific .. off the West coast of Central America / Mexico.
USGS has now revised it to a M6.8, then a M6.6, then back up to a M6.7, then back down to a M6.6 … 😛 ..
This follows a large M7.0 which struck the West Pacific near Vanuatu several hours earlier.
Full website post here:
Just over a week ago (April 17 2016), another series of back to back M7.0 range earthquakes occurred in Japan + Ecuador… striking the West Pacific first, then several hours later striking the East Pacific.
The “professionals” came out in news stories over this past week, fully DENYING a relation between earthquakes across the Pacific.
They tried to say the back to back earthquakes are “just coincidence”.
Now we see the same scenario unfold again a week after they denied a relation between earthquakes.
As I said in my detailed posts this past week, it was (is) foolish for the “professionals” to deny a relation between earthquakes. Clearly they are wrong, and they are sticking to their old dogmas that earthquakes happen randomly.
Professionals INCORRECTLY believe that earthquakes are random events, and they think that earthquakes are not related to one another. Furthermore the professionals deny that earthquakes progress across regions, and deny that one earthquake can cause another earthquake elsewhere of similar magnitude.
Their denials are now making them look UNprofessional.