4/29/2015 — East coast earthquake movement begins — New Hampshire 2.3M event — Earthquake forecast hit

New Hampshire / New England has been hit with an earthquake, as expected.  Measuring in at a magnitude 2.3.

This small earthquake event is a sign of the greater pressure on the craton.

new hampshire east coast craton earthquake april 29 2015

5 days ago, on April 24th, New England / SE Quebec (along the US Canada border) was named in the earthquake forecast for possible earthquake activity.

At about 19minutes into this video I discuss the Northeast, and the possibility of an earthquake near the US / SE Quebec border… which New Hampshire resides along the border of.

Information on this 2.3M earthquake in New Hampshire from the USGS:

M2.3 – 1km ESE of Sanbornton, New Hampshire


Magnitude / uncertainty 2.3 ml± 0.3
Location / uncertainty 43.485°N 71.570°W± 0.4 km
Depth / uncertainty 5.0 km± 31.6
Origin Time
Number of Stations 39
Number of Phases 65
Minimum Distance 7.00 km (0.06°)
Travel Time Residual 0.55 sec
Azimuthal Gap 47°
FE Region New Hampshire (474)


4/29/2015 — Midwest Earthquake Unrest — 4.2M earthquake strikes Oklahoma fracking operation

Oklahoma is on the move again (seismically speaking).

A magnitude 4.2 earthquake (4.1 revised) has struck Central Oklahoma near another fracking operation.

oklahoma 4.2m earthquake april 29 2015

The earthquake comes on the heels of other movement earlier in the morning at dormant volcanoes in California / Nevada, and after the area was forecast to begin seeing 4.0M+ earthquakes again (forecast on April 24, 2015).

See the earthquake forecast calling for this movement here:

Information on this 4.2M from the USGS:


Magnitude / uncertainty 4.1 mb_lg± 0.0
Location / uncertainty 36.289°N 97.527°W± 1.1 km
Depth / uncertainty 2.2 km± 7.9
Origin Time
Number of Stations
Number of Phases 38
Minimum Distance 47.42 km (0.43°)
Travel Time Residual 0.22 sec
Azimuthal Gap 61°
FE Region Oklahoma (499)

4/29/2015 — SECOND dormant volcano in California shows earthquake activity — Crater Mountain

Another dormant volcano in California has started showing earthquake activity.  A magnitude 3.4 struck near “Crater Mountain” which is located in Central Eastern California along the Nevada border.

This California volcanic earthquake activity began after a strange volcanic plume event in Central Nevada yesterday (April 28, 2015).

One day prior we saw a 3.0M earthquake strike near the dormant volcanic Inyo Craters at the California – Nevada border region.

The 3.0 magnitude earthquake at Inyo Craters has now been followed by another 3.4M earthquake, due South, directly at a dormant volcano named Red Mountain.

Red Mountain resides on the flanks of the greater nearby Crater Mountain volcano.

california dormant volcano april 29 2015a

These multiple volcanoes part of the greater Long Valley volcanic complex located in California.

After a few weeks of relative silence in Eastern California, over the past 12 hours we have seen THREE volcanic related events take place.

  1. Plumes in central Nevada from dormant volcanic buttes

  2. Earthquake struck a dormant volcanic field at the NV / CA border

  3. Earthquake now strikes Red Mountain / Crater Mountain at the CA / NV border

All the recent plume events seem to be happening near springs, volcanoes, and even some fracking locations with deep water wells.

The most recent earthquake forecast fully covered the possibility of dormant volcanoes showing movement along the West coast (in light of the other activity happening globally this should be no shock to those of us paying attention to such things).

See the earthquake forecast from April 24, 2015 below. Specifically mention the possibility of movement at Inyo Craters area at about 14min 20sec into this video:

Information on the 3.4M earthquake from the USGS:

M3.4 – 11km S of Big Pine, California


Magnitude / uncertainty 3.4 ml± 0.3
Location / uncertainty 37.059°N 118.279°W± 0.6 km
Depth / uncertainty 5.8 km± 0.9
Origin Time
Number of Stations 38
Number of Phases 35
Minimum Distance 4.35 km (0.04°)
Travel Time Residual 0.11 sec
Azimuthal Gap 104°
FE Region Central California (40)