Just as we were watching for, a 7.0 magnitude earthquake struck the West Pacific, just West of Papua New Guinea in Indonesia.
This large earthquake was forecast to occur 1 week ago.
The depth of this earthquake is rather important. Occurring at about 330 miles deep, in the Asthenosphere.
The Asthenosphere showing movement is usually a sign of further movement coming in an area to the NW of the deep movement.
For us to see a 7.0M occur in the Asthenosphere, means we are NOT out of the woods yet when it comes to another large earthquake coming in the West Pacific.
At approximately 7 minutes into this video, I specifically name out this area as the area to watch for a large earthquake within the next week.
Below the video this was the forecast issued:
“West Pacific needs to be under serious watch. A large earthquake is indeed coming in the short term. I’m leaning more towards an upper 7.0 magnitude to lower 8.0M … most likely in the area directly NW of the swarm spot near Vanuatu / Fiji , which is Papua New Guinea going into Eastern Indonesia.
Watch the area South of Japan (Okinawa south to North Philippines) for additional mid 6.0M to low 7.0M movement in addition to the larger event which should strike somewhere near Papua New Guinea into Indonesia.
Hopefully I’m wrong, but the signs for movement are all there.”
Exactly 1 week later, now a 7.0M earthquake hits.
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Data Source US1
- 2015-02-27 13:45:05 (UTC)
- 2015-02-27 07:45:05 (UTC-06:00) in your timezone
- Times in other timezones
- 132km (82mi) N of Nebe, Indonesia
- 152km (94mi) NNE of Maumere, Indonesia
- 198km (123mi) NNE of Ende, Indonesia
- 200km (124mi) S of Baubau, Indonesia
- 363km (226mi) WNW of Dili, East Timor
|Magnitude / uncertainty||7.0 mwb± 0.1|
|Location / uncertainty||7.277°S 122.534°E± 8.7 km|
|Depth / uncertainty||547.0 km± 4.8|
|Number of Stations||–|
|Number of Phases||208|
|Minimum Distance||153.73 km (1.38°)|
|Travel Time Residual||1.00 sec|
|FE Region||Flores Sea (279)|