When he opened the sixth seal, I looked, and behold, there was a great earthquake; and the sun became black as sackcloth, the full moon became like blood, and the stars of the sky fell to the earth as the fig tree sheds its winter fruit when shaken by a gale; the sky vanished like a scroll that is rolled up, and every mountain and island was removed from its place.Rev 6:12-14
August 3, 2019
Massive volcanic blast 63,000ft (19km) in West Pacific
Dutchsinse discusses the volcanic blast and the relationship to earthquakes in the region of Papa New Guineau
The link to currently active volcanoes
July 29, 2019
Minor G1 geomagnetic storm
DSCOVR has entered in a safe-hold a little while ago. Recovery activities are underway but we have no information on what caused DSCOVR to enter safe-hold. We hope the DSCOVR team manages to find the issue and recover DSCOVR as soon as possible.
Follow them live at http://www.spaceweatherlive.com/
Space weather has been very quiet lately but this could change as a small transequatorial coronal hole is facing our planet today. An enhanced solar wind stream could arrive at our planet this Thursday which would be 1 August. Active geomagnetic conditions which equals a Kp of 4 is possible which could be enough for some nice high latitude auroral displays.
July 6, 2019
California continues to get pummeled with earthquakes. Dutchsinse monitors the earthquakes and gives daily updates for unusual activity across the globe. Last night he was awoken by family members who were in California. Here’s his update early this morning:
Dutchsinse does an excellent job of not only reporting the quake activity but then drilling in through the map of the globe to exactly what activity is being conducted in that area. It is interesting that many of these sites where the seismic unrest is more active happen to be where large drilling activities are being conducted. He also shows volcanic activity which might also point to weak points that the seismic activity becomes more prevalent.
On June 8 Dutchsinse reported major seismic unrest in southern California. At the same time there were reports the La Brea Tar Pits were oozing onto the sidewalks in LA.
Dutchsinse is Michael Janitch (Mike Yuri Janitch). From Saint Louis Missouri, USA. He has a YouTube channel. where he reports updates about unrest in different regions of the world and the possible impact an earthquake can have on other regions of the world.
Late on July 3rd, he issued a warning for the California area to prepare for a possible Earthquake. This was as a result of a 6.2 hitting in Vancouver area.
And sure enough within 24 hours the 6.4 earthquake shook southern California. While he was reporting the after affects of that, another 4.0 after shock came in.
There was no warning from the main stream forecasters, only a reporting after the fact. As Dutchsinse says in his video, even Dr. Lucy Jones, the “Earthquake Lady” said there was nothing to worry about with the swarm of low magnitude earthquakes in the middle of June.
Dutchsinse has been repeatedly right in forecasting based upon the prior earthqaukes and the geometric shape of the tectonic plates.
Thank you Dutchsinse for all you do to keep us informed.
Other media outlets are now reporting on an after the fact reporting style. LA Times did an article today on the after affects and possibility for a bigger one.
Cleanup continues at Eastridge Market in Ridgecrest, Calif., hours after a 6.4 magnitude earthquake shook the area.Robert Gauthier / Los Angeles Times
Unfortunately though they are citing the same Earthquake Lady who according to Dutchsinse said there was no reason to be concerned only a few weeks ago.
The LA Times does have a very good list of tips to get ready before, and during a big quake.
- Make your own earthquake preparedness kit
- Check tsunami warnings issued by the US agencies here: http://tsunami.gov/
- Pacific Tsunami Warning Center: http://ptwc.weather.gov/
- Alaska Tsunami Warning Center: http://wcatwc.arh.noaa.gov/
- National Data Buoy Center (NDBC) buoy monitoring: http://www.ndbc.noaa.gov/
- Deep-ocean Assessment Reporting Tsunamis (DART) buoys: http://www.ndbc.noaa.gov/dart.shtml