April 26, 2016
A new larger M4.0 earthquake has struck central Oklahoma at the fracking operations.
This M4.0 in Oklahoma was forecast to occur 5 days ago in the earthquake forecast video. Additionally Oklahoma was warned second time via a warning issued yesterday (April 25th) for new large movement to strike.
See the earthquake forecast video calling for Oklahoma to be struck here:
See the text warning put out again yesterday (4/25/2016) here:
This graphic below was put out with the warning yesterday.
Yesterday (April 25) there was a dramatic “silence” that built in this normally earthquake prone region.
Just as expected, yesterdays silent area has now been struck by larger movement after the pressure built in the region to the point of release.
Quote the warning yesterday:
“Enjoy the silence?
Silence is not good in an earthquake prone area, usually it is a sign of building pressure yet to be released.”
Worthy to note the pressure always finds a weak point to release as the pressure transfers Eastward along the edge of the craton, the weak points in the midwest are the man made drilling / pumping / oil + gas operations.
Once again, this is proof that earthquakes can be forecast, even though professionals say earthquakes are not related over a distance, even though they say there is no such thing as pressure transfer, even though they say the craton does not move along the interior edge… turns out they are (were) 100% incorrect in their assumptions.
Many of the “professionals” assumptions are not accurate / incorrect. I’ve addressed some of their fallacious reasoning here:
Summed up, has been several weeks since M4.0 range earthquake activity has struck Oklahomas fracking operations.
The earthquake forecast video specifically called for new M4.0 range earthquakes to strike the location this week.
This M4.0 earthquake was forecast to occur. People had up to a 5 day warning to prepare.
Information on this earthquake comes from the USGS:
|Magnitudeuncertainty||4.0 mb_lg± 0.0|
|Locationuncertainty||35.525°N 97.089°W± 1.2 km|
|Depthuncertainty||11.0 km± 3.3|
|Number of Stations||–|
|Number of Phases||128|
|Minimum Distance||4.7 km (0.04°)|
|Travel Time Residual||0.63 s|
|FE Region||OKLAHOMA (499)|