A former government “black projects” researcher who previously used fluctuations in the sea surface temperature to predict earthquakes successfully predicted back in April that Northern California would soon suffer from an immense earthquake.
Stan Deyo, who for over 10 years made earthquake forecasts approaching a 90% accuracy rate using U.S. Naval data, pointed out on April 11 that the Iquique earthquake which struck off the coast of Chile on April 1 had been followed by a series of earthquakes moving north towards the United States, particularly Northern California.
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“I’m looking at earthquakes on my map … between the 25th of March and the 1st of April this year planetary wide [and] the Richter 8 earthquake in Chile probably about two weeks ago now has been followed by earthquakes moving up towards the United States on the Ring of Fire,” he said in April.
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The Ring of Fire is an area encircling the Pacific Ocean in which nearly 90% of the world’s earthquakes occur, making it the most seismically active region in the world.
This region includes the San Andreas fault which runs through Northern California and the Juan de Fuca tectonic plate off the coast of Oregon.
“We have activity starting to increase in the northern part of Oregon, southern part of Washington and at the very tip of northern California,” Deyo also said in April. “That’s the reason we have a great deal of concern for the area there because of tsunamis and damaged infrastructure from the Juan de Fuca plate, [which] is the only one [producing] earthquakes in all of the Ring of Fire that has not released Richter 9+ stress in the past 55 years.”