Sunday, October 4, 2009

More quakes to come?

There were several articles published last week, which included speculation that the large earthquakes in Samoa and Indonesia could trigger even more quakes across the world. Another, similar article is speculating the same points:

"Warning of bigger tremor to come". In this article we see the following:

"Professor Kerry Seih, director of the Earth Observatory at Singapore's Nanyang University, says earthquakes measured at 8.4 and 7.8 which hit southern Sumatra in September 2007 marked the beginning of a cycle of tremors that starts roughly every 200 years."

"These tremors had released more pent up energy from below the earth's surface than anywhere else in the world over the decade, marking the start of a 'failure sequence', comparable to watching an aircraft falling apart in mid-air, that would inevitably culminate eventually in a much bigger tremor, he said."

In addition to the large earthquakes observed in Indonesia and Samoa this past week, we also had the following quakes which aren't receiving nearly as much media attention:

5.2 - Western Iran - Oct 4

6.6 - Philippines - Oct 4

6.1 - Taiwan - Oct 4

Earthquake "swarm" in California

Third earthquake in four days hits Colorado

Just as the other "signs" have been increasing in frequency and intensity, the "earthquake story" hasn't died down, in fact we are seeing more and more earthquakes, in more diverse places. This recent cluster of earthquakes has raised a lot of eyebrows in the scientific community and there is much speculation on the cause of this phenomena and what we may see in the near future.

Just as Bible prophecy predicted.

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