Monday, March 26, 2012

DAM DYNAMICS AND CLIMATE CHANGE: EARTHQUAKES

PREDICTING EARTHQUAKES(from 26 March 2012)

© 2013 Ramaswami Ashok Kumar

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Update time = Mon Aug 27 5:15:39 UTC 2012
I repeat the forecast for 21 August 2012:
Update time = Tue Aug 21 15:24:49 UTC 2012

Japan is blanketed with hotspots while New Zealand and Peru-Chile coast of South America is devoid of any. The 40,121 location area is having a record number of hotspots some 745. The hotspots total worldwide for 24 hrs ending today 9 hrs UTC is only marginally higher than the 20th August figure. It stood at 16199 at 9 hrs utc on 21 August 2012.  Expect a major earthquake in Japan area or North West Sumatra(the snout of the croc is blank regarding hotspots) or New Zealand area or Peru-Chile area or West coast of USA in the coming days. This is especially relevant after a surge in All India rains on 19th August 2012.
THE ACTUALS:
A major earthquake has occurred off El Salvador on the Pacific Rim as predicted in Update on August 21 2012. Note the huge swarm of quakes on the West Coast of USA/Mexico preceding it:
7.4  2012/08/27 04:37:24   12.279   -88.530 52.9  OFFSHORE EL SALVADOR
MAP 2.7  2012/08/27 04:20:13   32.988  -115.595 12.7  SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
MAP 5.0  2012/08/27 03:47:18   2.234   126.844 82.3  MOLUCCA SEA
MAP 2.5  2012/08/27 03:41:41   33.014  -115.547 13.6  SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
MAP 2.7  2012/08/27 03:29:41   32.986  -115.455 4.5  SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
MAP 3.8  2012/08/27 03:21:31   19.730   -64.180 35.0  VIRGIN ISLANDS REGION
MAP 2.5  2012/08/27 03:18:48   33.021  -115.546 14.5  SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
MAP 3.1  2012/08/27 03:03:33   32.993  -115.588 13.6  SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
MAP 3.2  2012/08/27 02:53:15   32.977  -115.609 13.2  SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
MAP 2.5  2012/08/27 02:47:24   33.009  -115.554 12.6  SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
MAP 2.5  2012/08/27 02:28:10   33.023  -115.540 14.0  SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
MAP 3.4  2012/08/27 00:58:45   32.998  -115.579 13.0  SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
MAP 3.4  2012/08/27 00:58:34   33.018  -115.539 0.1  SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
MAP 5.1  2012/08/27 00:39:53  -23.805   -69.120 57.1  ANTOFAGASTA, CHILE
MAP 2.9  2012/08/27 00:13:45   33.005  -115.596 18.0  SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
MAP 2.9  2012/08/27 00:12:26   33.037  -115.549 8.9  SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
MAP 4.4  2012/08/27 00:12:11  -23.850   -68.707 76.6  ANTOFAGASTA, CHILE

MAG UTC DATE-TIME
y/m/d h:m:s
LAT
deg
LON
deg
DEPTH
km
 Region
MAP 3.2  2012/08/26 23:53:15   33.033  -115.535 13.5  SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
MAP 2.6  2012/08/26 23:46:34   32.246  -114.746 9.1  SONORA, MEXICO
MAP 3.8  2012/08/26 23:36:58   33.052  -115.533 7.7  SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
MAP 3.4  2012/08/26 23:34:51   33.001  -115.547 5.2  SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
MAP 4.8  2012/08/26 23:33:25   33.039  -115.523 12.2  SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
MAP 2.5  2012/08/26 23:21:07   59.992  -153.523 100.0  SOUTHERN ALASKA
MAP 2.7  2012/08/26 23:21:05   33.021  -115.541 13.3  SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
MAP 4.3  2012/08/26 23:17:16   12.167   -88.074 65.5  NEAR THE COAST OF NICARAGUA
MAP 2.6  2012/08/26 23:16:22   33.007  -115.564 13.0  SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
MAP 2.6  2012/08/26 23:13:46   33.032  -115.536 12.9  SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
MAP 5.0  2012/08/26 23:06:13   2.684   128.858 44.6  HALMAHERA, INDONESIA
MAP 4.3  2012/08/26 22:58:42   33.002  -115.591 12.9  SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
MAP 3.4  2012/08/26 22:53:36   33.023  -115.553 12.5  SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
MAP 3.4  2012/08/26 22:52:10   32.998  -115.589 12.4  SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
MAP 2.5  2012/08/26 22:51:34   40.304  -124.429 11.0  OFFSHORE NORTHERN CALIFORNIA
MAP 2.5  2012/08/26 22:51:23   32.997  -115.570 0.1  SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
MAP 3.4  2012/08/26 22:38:56   19.618   -64.347 26.0  VIRGIN ISLANDS REGION
MAP 4.2  2012/08/26 22:34:57   14.065   -91.259 90.9  GUATEMALA
MAP 3.5  2012/08/26 22:34:46   33.007  -115.589 13.6  SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
MAP 2.8  2012/08/26 22:34:05   32.992  -115.593 13.9  SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
MAP 3.0  2012/08/26 22:23:57   32.989  -115.428 6.0  SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
MAP 2.8  2012/08/26 22:22:54   32.923  -115.555 12.3  SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
MAP 2.8  2012/08/26 22:22:35   32.962  -115.564 12.7  SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
MAP 2.8  2012/08/26 22:16:23   32.983  -115.485 9.5  SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
MAP 2.7  2012/08/26 22:16:03   32.938  -115.669 0.0  SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
MAP 2.7  2012/08/26 22:13:04   32.999  -115.578 15.8  SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
MAP 3.6  2012/08/26 22:10:24   19.691   -64.186 40.0  VIRGIN ISLANDS REGION
MAP 2.8  2012/08/26 22:08:06   33.021  -115.549 14.1  SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
MAP 3.4  2012/08/26 22:06:29   33.014  -115.539 9.6  SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
MAP 3.0  2012/08/26 22:02:00   33.028  -115.541 13.4  SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
MAP 3.0  2012/08/26 21:54:16   33.004  -115.586 16.2  SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
MAP 3.0  2012/08/26 21:53:58   32.971  -115.551 14.8  SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
MAP 2.7  2012/08/26 21:47:18   33.026  -115.538 10.9  SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
MAP 3.1  2012/08/26 21:46:12   32.996  -115.591 12.5  SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
MAP 2.5  2012/08/26 21:45:26   32.967  -115.551 13.1  SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
MAP 2.9  2012/08/26 21:42:51   33.022  -115.541 11.5  SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
MAP 2.5  2012/08/26 21:37:50   33.051  -115.577 0.0  SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
MAP 2.7  2012/08/26 21:34:48   33.027  -115.532 11.8  SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
MAP 2.5  2012/08/26 21:30:55   33.005  -115.565 12.4  SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
MAP 3.8  2012/08/26 21:26:40   33.038  -115.527 12.4  SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
MAP 3.5  2012/08/26 21:23:24   32.999  -115.590 14.3  SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
MAP 2.5  2012/08/26 21:22:36   33.116  -115.958 5.6  SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
MAP 2.9  2012/08/26 21:21:57   32.998  -115.549 0.3  SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
MAP 2.9  2012/08/26 21:21:22   32.970  -115.588 12.9  SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
MAP 2.6  2012/08/26 21:20:24   33.032  -115.524 4.3  SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
MAP 2.8  2012/08/26 21:20:06   33.022  -115.536 10.0  SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
MAP 2.5  2012/08/26 21:19:35   32.974  -115.561 1.4  SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
MAP 2.7  2012/08/26 21:19:01   33.013  -115.536 0.0  SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
MAP 3.9  2012/08/26 21:17:27   32.986  -115.603 11.8  SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
MAP 4.2  2012/08/26 21:15:29   33.042  -115.539 9.1  SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
MAP 2.8  2012/08/26 21:13:59   33.026  -115.524 11.9  SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
MAP 2.9  2012/08/26 21:12:38   32.959  -115.585 0.0  SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
MAP 3.6  2012/08/26 21:08:46   32.997  -115.587 11.4  SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
MAP 3.1  2012/08/26 21:05:12   33.027  -115.535 5.1  SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
MAP 5.5  2012/08/26 20:57:58   33.024  -115.549 9.0  SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
MAP 2.6  2012/08/26 20:45:49   33.030  -115.545 12.2  SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
MAP 3.4  2012/08/26 20:34:40   19.646   -64.273 14.0  VIRGIN ISLANDS REGION
MAP 2.5  2012/08/26 20:33:02   33.008  -115.529 0.8  SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
MAP 3.1  2012/08/26 20:31:13   33.024  -115.543 4.7  SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
MAP 2.8  2012/08/26 20:28:58   33.009  -115.528 9.6  SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
MAP 2.5  2012/08/26 20:28:20   33.004  -115.553 12.0  SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
MAP 2.5  2012/08/26 20:24:52   33.007  -115.553 12.0  SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
MAP 3.4  2012/08/26 20:20:25   33.026  -115.543 11.9  SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
MAP 3.5  2012/08/26 20:16:54   33.012  -115.564 12.7  SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
MAP 2.5  2012/08/26 20:16:43   33.029  -115.535 10.0  SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
MAP 3.0  2012/08/26 20:14:46   32.996  -115.582 12.5  SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
MAP 2.6  2012/08/26 20:10:14   33.000  -115.561 11.1  SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
MAP 2.5  2012/08/26 20:08:32   32.928  -115.577 7.9  SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
MAP 2.9  2012/08/26 20:06:10   33.029  -115.537 3.6  SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
MAP 2.5  2012/08/26 20:04:50   33.008  -115.559 9.6  SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
MAP 3.6  2012/08/26 19:58:17   33.025  -115.541 13.6  SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
MAP 2.8  2012/08/26 19:57:34   33.010  -115.541 9.8  SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
MAP 3.4  2012/08/26 19:50:15   33.007  -115.586 12.8  SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
MAP 2.8  2012/08/26 19:48:04   33.021  -115.558 24.8  SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
MAP 2.5  2012/08/26 19:47:08   32.989  -115.572 12.4  SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
MAP 3.2  2012/08/26 19:45:56   32.993  -115.575 0.2  SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
MAP 3.0  2012/08/26 19:43:41   33.023  -115.541 10.6  SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
MAP 4.3  2012/08/26 19:40:13   32.990  -115.598 13.8  SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
MAP 2.6  2012/08/26 19:39:31   32.998  -115.572 7.7  SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
MAP 3.4  2012/08/26 19:35:52   32.995  -115.485 7.9  SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
MAP 4.9  2012/08/26 19:33:01   33.021  -115.554 14.5  SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
MAP 5.3  2012/08/26 19:31:23   33.019  -115.546 12.3  SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
MAP 2.6  2012/08/26 19:30:55   33.035  -115.536 10.2  SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
MAP 3.4  2012/08/26 19:28:45   33.023  -115.561 13.7  SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
MAP 3.5  2012/08/26 19:21:04   33.003  -115.546 11.0  SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
MAP 4.6  2012/08/26 19:20:05   33.019  -115.545 13.1  SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
MAP 4.0  2012/08/26 19:16:12   33.026  -115.547 13.8  SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
MAP 2.5  2012/08/26 19:06:48   33.024  -115.541 13.4  SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
MAP 2.5  2012/08/26 19:06:32   33.027  -115.542 13.3  SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
MAP 3.0  2012/08/26 19:03:19   33.027  -115.538 14.5  SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
MAP 3.1  2012/08/26 18:58:12   33.024  -115.546 13.5  SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
MAP 2.6  2012/08/26 18:55:55   33.008  -115.560 12.2  SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
MAP 3.5  2012/08/26 18:32:55   19.537   -64.491 16.0  VIRGIN ISLANDS REGION
MAP 2.7  2012/08/26 18:11:24   33.014  -115.560 12.7  SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
MAP 2.6  2012/08/26 17:37:16   33.011  -115.551 12.0  SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
MAP 3.4  2012/08/26 17:30:42   19.595   -64.374 16.0  VIRGIN ISLANDS REGION
MAP 2.6  2012/08/26 17:18:13   33.010  -115.556 12.2  SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
MAP 2.5  2012/08/26 17:17:23   33.017  -115.556 12.2  SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
MAP 3.3  2012/08/26 17:16:02   33.023  -115.549 13.4  SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
MAP 2.9  2012/08/26 17:13:52   33.017  -115.555 12.7  SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
MAP 2.6  2012/08/26 17:03:40   32.996  -115.548 6.0  SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
MAP 3.8  2012/08/26 17:02:13   33.019  -115.563 13.2  SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
MAP 3.0  2012/08/26 16:45:42   59.587  -153.405 100.0  SOUTHERN ALASKA
MAP 2.5  2012/08/26 16:18:16   33.018  -115.555 12.4  SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
MAP 2.8  2012/08/26 16:14:51   59.977  -152.290 60.5  SOUTHERN ALASKA
MAP 4.2  2012/08/26 15:56:10   19.582   -64.388 9.0  VIRGIN ISLANDS REGION
MAP 2.5  2012/08/26 15:48:24   32.998  -115.559 11.4  SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
MAP 2.5  2012/08/26 15:48:11   33.010  -115.548 12.0  SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
MAP 2.5  2012/08/26 15:33:04   33.015  -115.552 12.5  SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
MAP 2.7  2012/08/26 15:17:06   18.299   -67.322 82.0  MONA PASSAGE, PUERTO RICO
MAP 2.5  2012/08/26 15:13:53   19.708   -64.140 14.0  VIRGIN ISLANDS REGION
MAP 3.1  2012/08/26 15:11:57   19.674   -64.290 42.0  VIRGIN ISLANDS REGION
MAP 6.6  2012/08/26 15:05:37   2.197   126.835 91.9  MOLUCCA SEA
MAP 2.9  2012/08/26 15:00:15   19.634   -64.040 71.0  VIRGIN ISLANDS REGION
  

The relationships of dam content changes, hotspots and earthquakes which enabled such a forecast are detailed in Glaring Lacuna in the Design for Meeting Global Water Needs Exposed at
http://glaringlacuna.blogspot.in/2011/04/glaring-lacuna-in-meeting-water-needs.html 

Update time = Sat Aug 25 12:44:08 UTC 2012

At this time we note a huge increase in the number of hotspots on the globe: 24 hr number up from 20184 on 24 August 2012 to 27314 on 25 August 2012 both at around 9 hrs UTC. A huge wind of 214 km per hour is headed for South Japan...
Ominously most of Japan and New Zealand and NW Sumatra are devoid of hotspots:
The portend for a huge quake in Japan or New Zealand or NW Sumatra or Turkey.  

Update time = Thu Aug 23 5:51:27 UTC 2012

The All India highest daily rainfall for the 2012 monsoon  was registered on 22 August 2012.
 

 The hotspots of North Japan became 21 on 22 August from the 40 on 21 August  and New Zealand and NW Sumatra were also blank regarding hotspots. On 23 August, following All India peak rains, hotspots appeared scantily(3) in North Japan and a lone hotspot appeared on the Southern tip of South Island New Zealand. The 24 hr number of hotspots worldwide increased to 22521 on 22 August 2012 dramatically because of the peak in the rains, from 16199 on 21 August 2012.  The number of worldwide earthquakes reached a low of 155 on 23 August from a high of 175 on 22 August. These signs indicate that the dam surges have found a fulcrum probably in New Zealand or  Japan or NW Sumatra and the focal point there is possibly developing into a major earthquake.  




Update time = Tue Aug 21 15:24:49 UTC 2012

Japan is blanketed with hotspots while New Zealand and Peru-Chile coast of South America is devoid of any. The 40,121 location area is having a record number of hotspots some 745. The hotspots total worldwide for 24 hrs ending today 9 hrs UTC is only marginally higher than the 20th August figure. It stood at 16199 at 9 hrs utc on 21 August 2012.  Expect a major earthquake in Japan area or North West Sumatra(the snout of the croc is blank regarding hotspots) or New Zealand area or Peru-Chile area or West coast of USA in the coming days. This is especially relevant after a surge in All India rains on 19th August 2012. 

Update time = Mon Aug 20 10:00:03 UTC 2012
A strong earthquake occurred in the same longitude band as the major Sea of Okhotsk quake:
6.2  2012/08/19 22:41:51   -4.849   144.583 77.3  NEAR NORTH COAST OF NEW GUINEA, P.N.G.
The number of global hotspots in the past 24 hours on 20 August 2012 from 0900 hrs UTC has drastically gone down from the 19th August value of 20446 to 15588 indicating a major one is due soon.

Update time = Sat Aug 18 16:03:43 UTC 2012

On 18 August 2012 morning(9 hrs UTC) the number of hotspots worldwide jumped to 22869 from 17310 on the morning of 17th August. And promptly a strong earthquake of magnitude 6.3 MM occurred at Sulawesi, Indonesia:
6.3  2012/08/18 09:41:54   -1.343   120.103 19.9  SULAWESI, INDONESIA
   

Update time = Fri Aug 17 16:06:59 UTC 2012

The number of worldwide hotspots has drastically decreased from 22783 on 16 August 2012 at around 9 10 hrs UTC to 17310 on 17 August 2012 around the same time. Also there were 15 hotspots on the snout of NW Sumatra on 15th August and vanished on 16th and remained vanished on 17 August till last observed at 16 hrs UTC. South Island of New Zealand had two hotspots in the South East on 16th August and vanished on 17th August and remained so till last observed at 16 hrs UTC.  Japan which had 24 hotspots on 16th August became intense with hotspots counting 145 at 1600 hrs UTC on 17th August 2012. The west coast of South America was devoid of hotspots during this period almost totally. A major earthquake is expected in the NW Sumatra region or South Island of New Zealand or in the Japan region or in the Peru-Chile region, in the coming days.

Update time = Wed Aug 15 0:44:25 UTC 2012

The West Coast of USA hot spots are remaining intense  after the  SEA OF OKHOTSK 7.7 MM deep focus quake. See Hotspot Map below. Does it portend a Californian quake?
 Quake spikes follow rain spikes via dams worldwide. So one jerk in rain may be all that is required. See worldwide quakes following All India Rains in Monsoon 2012:
And the rain spike on 14 August 2012 caused the Sea of Okhotsk 7.7 MM major  deep focus earthquake. See the rain spike for 14 August below:
 

Update time = Tue Aug 14 5:08:09 UTC 2012
Corresponding to the rain spike of 14th August 2012 shown above was a rate of change of water pressure head change in 30 Indian large dams together at the centre of gravity of all Indian dams(23,78.75) of 110.8 km/sec from 13th August 2012 to 14 August 2012. And thus this dam surge was enough to cause a major deep focus earthquake of 7.7 MM magnitude as detailed below in the SEA OF OKHOTSK. .
A major earthquake occurred in the East Russia/Japan Region as predicted in my update on July 31 2012 below.
See the history of earthquakes today:

MAG UTC DATE-TIME
y/m/d h:m:s
LAT
deg
LON
deg
DEPTH
km
 Region
MAP 2.7  2012/08/14 04:48:32   40.299  -124.454 20.3  OFFSHORE NORTHERN CALIFORNIA
MAP 7.7  2012/08/14 02:59:42   49.784   145.126 625.9  SEA OF OKHOTSK
MAP 4.5  2012/08/14 02:39:30   36.546   70.966 197.5  HINDU KUSH REGION, AFGHANISTAN
MAP 5.2  2012/08/14 02:14:00  -59.162   -26.167 88.0  SOUTH SANDWICH ISLANDS REGION
MAP 4.8  2012/08/14 02:06:48   23.885   122.607 25.4  TAIWAN REGION
MAP 4.1  2012/08/14 00:45:51   36.538   70.094 211.4  HINDU KUSH REGION, AFGHANISTAN
Now the  SEA OF OKHOTSK earthquake is a deep focus earthquake and may be a forboding of troubling shallow major/great earthquake. The general forecast of locations remains as of July 31 2012 Update below.  

Update time = Fri Aug 10 9:00:04 UTC 2012

FIRE FROM DAM SURGES AS THEY TRAVEL FROM LOMBOK INDONESIA TO NORTHERN COLOMBIA



Along with
    Fire in cargo complex of Mumbai airport brought under control
    Fire at Oberoi Mall in Goregaon, Mumbai
    Mantralaya fire: Forensic report rules out sabotage
    Rs. 100 cr will be used to repair Mantralaya
we now have on Nagasaki Day the 9th August 2012 a fire engulfing the 9th Floor in a ten floor apartment building in Tardeo, Express Building.
Why the fire? And so many instances? Typically it occurs on the top or the topmost floor. Why? The reason is the dynamic readjustment in the forces causing earthquakes in the world as the surge waves of the forces travel from one earthquake location to another earthquake location. These forces are being caused by dams of the world as their cumulative effect. The forces are the total weight of water masses of clusters of dams and they act at their respective centers of gravity. They exert a water moment surge on points of the earth which offer them fulcra on which to apply the surge moment – the Archimedean lever effect. These are of the same magnitude as those which cause plate tectonic forces. In this case, the total water moment surge wave was passing from the earthquake location at Lombock Region Indonesia to the newly created earthquake hypocenter in the Northern Colombia Region at 120059 UTC(Universal Coordinated Time) that is, at 173059 IST. During this dynamic transfer, the moment surge hit the foundation of the Express Building at 1730 hrs IST and the heat traveled all the way to the 9th floor where for some reason the heat conductivity became low and the steel frame caught fire and the ninth floor erupted into flames.
The details of the two earthquakes are:
5.2  2012/08/09 11:04:26   -8.798   116.343 117.0  LOMBOK REGION, INDONESIA
and
 4.6  2012/08/09 12:00:59   6.460   -71.969  27.9  NORTHERN COLOMBIA
The description is similar to the analysis done for the Hitachi Plant Fire( See Update time = Thu Jul 19 6:46:04 UTC 2012 at http://predictingquakes.blogspot.in/2012/03/predicting-earthquakes-2012-ramaswami.html  )  

Update time = Tue Jul 31 6:06:14 UTC 2012

The hotspots are intense in Japan Region and related regions and in the Andaman Sumatra Bay Area and blank in Philippines, New Zealand Region and Papua Region. Also they are intense in East Russia and North Central Australia. See Web Fire Mapper below:
The implications are that we can expect a major earthquake in Russian hotspot regions, the Andaman Sumatra Bay or Japan Region in the coming days. It may also occur in Philippines, the New Zealand Region or the Papua Region or the Alaska Region. The Turkey Region is also under threat of a major earthquake.
The Eastern Himalayas or Assam Region(North East India or the Kosi Fan) also is under threat.

The prognosis for the peak magnirude earthquake in August on the average is as follows:
See
http://3.bp.blogspot.com/_M7xF3QuZtjg/Sog1iX2zsAI/AAAAAAAABNE/5p4xygP3akg/s1600-h/image004.gif
It is  7.3 to 7.7 MM between 14th to 20th August 2012.
The location is as given above.
  

Update time = Wed Jul 25 6:38:21 UTC 2012

The earthquake magnitudes have been of comparatively lesser magnitude than in 2011 and 2010 because of rainfall being poorer on the Indian subcontinent in 2012: see the following Table:

  
A 6.4 MM earthquake occurred at Simuele, Indonesia today:

6.4  2012/07/25 00:27:45   2.657   96.126 22.0  SIMEULUE, INDONESIA
This is expected from the hotspots in this longitude band as revealed by the Web Fire Mapper(NASA):
Total number of fires detected : 2446
[ONLY TOP 5 RESULTS ARE SHOWN.]
LatitudeLongitudeDateTimeBrightnessConfidenceScanTrackSatelliteVersionBright.T31FRP
 58.083  91.951    2012-07-23    20:30    311.9   77    1.1  1.0    A    5.0    285.2    23.2 
 57.514  95.548    2012-07-23    20:30    308.6   61    1.4  1.2    A    5.0    271.3    30.8 
 57.877  94.784    2012-07-23    20:30    328.9   100    1.3  1.1    A    5.0    278.0    58.5 
 58.193  95.082    2012-07-23    20:30    307.5   55    1.3  1.1    A    5.0    277.3    25.7 
 60.473  91.5    2012-07-23    20:30    318.5   50    1.0  1.0    A    5.0    290.7    23.9

 
Update time = Thu Jul 19 6:46:04 UTC 2012

Re: Businessline, 19 July 2012,

Hitachi Gujarat plant gutted; no casualties reported

Virendra Pandit




Kadi is located at 23.2979.72.3310. The fire is reported at 1615 UTC on Wednesday 18 July 2012. At that time the the dynamic disequilibrium of the surge waves due to dams of the bending moments were causing the surges to change over from the earthquake at Northwest Kuril Islands which occurred at 1530 hrs UTC to an earthquake at Western Turkey which occurred at 1721 hrs UTC. During this changeover process the surge waves hit Kadi at the Hitachi Plant at the coordinates mentioned to probably cause the devastating fire. Note that during the heavy rains on 16th July the Supa dam reservoir contents surged from about 7.6 BCM on 15th July to about 36 bcm on 16th July causing a huge surge at the centre of gravity of India China dams of the water pressure head. This interconnectedness of the cumulative effects of dams on the earth resulting in direct heating of the earth by friction may be causing such blazes,nuclear explosion effects(Fukushima) and climate change as documented at 
http://predictingquakes.blogspot.in 
and at http://collateralsofclimatechange.blogspot.in/
and at http://abandonnukes.blogspot.in/2012/01/what-is-connection-between-buildings.html
The world needs to wake up from its deep slumber in modern civilization(mc) to heed the warning of Mahatma Gandhi regarding mc: Given enough time mc will destroy itself(Hind Swaraj, 1908).
As if to confirm, an earthquake happened in the Kadi longitude neighbourhood:
5.5  2012/07/19 07:36:37   37.279   71.349 105.3  HINDU KUSH REGION, AFGHANISTAN

 

Update time = Mon Jul 16 10:00:03 UTC 2012

There is a huge build up of hotspots in the Eastern Russian Region:

Total number of fires detected : 7660
[ONLY TOP 5 RESULTS ARE SHOWN.]
LatitudeLongitudeDateTimeBrightnessConfidenceScanTrackSatelliteVersionBright.T31FRP
 62.794  135.311    2012-07-14    02:00    313.0   51    1.3  1.1    T    5.0    294.5    18.7 
 62.843  132.641    2012-07-14    02:00    314.9   35    1.6  1.3    T    5.0    299.2    21.1 
 62.55  135.845    2012-07-14    02:00    321.6   70    1.3  1.1    T    5.0    297.9    27.3 
 62.547  135.87    2012-07-14    02:00    314.2   50    1.3  1.1    T    5.0    299.5    14.0 
 62.819  132.502    2012-07-14    02:00    368.4   100    1.6  1.3    T    5.0    300.5    239.1

Underlying this longitude band may be a major earthquake in that area or in the Japan(Ohi reactor) region or the Indonesian region or the New Zealand region or the Philippines.   

Update time = Sun Jul 8 6:11:19 UTC 2012

The average picture for the peak magnitude earthquake for July 2012 is : Magnitude range: 7.3 to 7.7 MM and expected to occur between 16th and 22nd of July 2012.
The expected location: Japan or New Zealand region or in the longitude band 60 to 80 or -80 to -60 or 80 to 100 or -100 to -80.  

Update time = Thu Jun 21 16:18:16 UTC 2012

Alarm sounds at newly restarted Japan nuclear plant: Warning that “water level in tank fell at least 10 cm” from normal — More water injected ‘just in case’ — Officials apologize for delayed disclosure (VIDEO)

See

http://enenews.com/alarm-sounds-at-newly-restarted-japan-nuclear-plant-warning-that-water-level-in-tank-fell-at-least-10-cm-from-normal-more-water-injected-just-in-case-officials-apologize-for-delayed-di


Look at the quakes around 1250 utc:
 6.0      2012/06/19 15:56:33       53.364       171.593     14.0      NEAR ISLANDS, ALEUTIAN ISLANDS, ALASKA
MAP     2.5      2012/06/19 15:09:20       57.881      -156.125     123.0      ALASKA PENINSULA
MAP     2.6      2012/06/19 14:47:34       19.266       -64.244     17.0      VIRGIN ISLANDS REGION
MAP     2.5      2012/06/19 14:43:19       31.067      -115.273     0.2      BAJA CALIFORNIA, MEXICO
MAP     4.7      2012/06/19 14:02:24       -4.591       152.965     70.4      NEW BRITAIN REGION, PAPUA NEW GUINEA
MAP     5.2      2012/06/19 13:40:57       43.444      -127.269     10.0      OFF THE COAST OF OREGON
MAP     3.5      2012/06/19 13:22:27       59.670      -153.336     127.3      SOUTHERN ALASKA
MAP     2.9      2012/06/19 12:24:15       18.603       -65.025     34.0      VIRGIN ISLANDS REGION
The dams were adjusting their surge dynamics from the Virgin Islands quake at 122415 to the Southern Alaska quake at 132227 when the surges hit Oi reactor 3 to cause a possible leak in the cooling system. The dam dynamics continued to wreak havoc at Oregon and cause a strong quake at Near Islands, Alaska as the table top above shows. See details of the nuke effect of the World's dams at
http://glaringlacuna.blogspot.in/2012/04/close-nukes-they-are-subject-to-beyond.html
Nukes are humanly impossible to tame. And they consume more energy than the electricity they generate during their entire life time. They are not an acceptable choice for meeting human electricity needs.


June 8, 2012
Update time = Fri Jun 8 9:25:02 UTC 2012
http://enenews.com/nbc-a-bloody-surf-has-turned-a-japanese-port-city-gizmodo-ocean-stained-with-blood-of-200-tons-of-sardines-the-scariest-thing-is-that-no-one-is-sure-why-this-is-happening-photos
This longitude band is full of hotspots as shown by the Web Fire Mapper:
http://geonetwork4.fao.org/firemap/
for the past week.
These hotspots have been caused by the surges of water moments applied through the crust of the earth at the hotspots. But in Japan additionally the hotspots have been created by the enormous release of Caesium which releases enormous heat, along with that released by a plethora of radionuclides released. At the ocean level where the sardines usually congregate this became an unbearable situation cooking them outright and killing them. Earthquakes are happening there and the latest was a 5 MM quake. 

5.0  2012/06/08 05:22:40   37.528   141.930 40.8  NEAR THE EAST COAST OF HONSHU, JAPAN
MAP 4.5  2012/06/08 05:15:52   31.052   130.896 69.1  KYUSHU, JAPAN
MAP 4.6  2012/06/08 04:29:52   -4.223   135.549 35.0  NEAR THE SOUTH COAST OF PAPUA, INDONESIA
MAP 4.5  2012/06/08 04:27:24   37.025   138.494 133.3  NEAR THE WEST COAST OF HONSHU, JAPAN
MAP 4.9  2012/06/08 04:19:03   -1.602   -81.501 29.6  OFF THE COAST OF ECUADOR
MAP 4.5  2012/06/08 04:10:36   37.056   141.108 19.9  NEAR THE EAST COAST OF HONSHU, JAPAN

We can expect a major quake there soon, perhaps the peak magnitude quake for the month, on this basis.

Update time = Sat Jun 2 14:21:58 UTC 2012

A strong deep focus earthquake occurred today:
6.0  2012/06/02 07:52:53  -22.109   -63.625 519.6  SALTA, ARGENTINA
This heralds an earthquake at longitude 63-65 or at 115-118 longitude or 27 to 25 longitude or at longitude -115 to -118  or longitude -27 to -25 or longitude 153-155 or longitude -153 to -155 and in the South Island, New Zealand Region(155-175 longitude) in the days to come. Since Antarctica is also fired up at -149 :
5.6  2012/06/01 05:07:02  -77.026  -148.853 9.9  ANTARCTICA
we may expect earthquake activity in the Japan region.
The dams are needing to go down till Antarctica to induce quakes since only this year(See earthquake history 1100 kms around the 5.6 Antarctica quake of June 1 2012):
Year,Month,Day,Time(hhmmss.mm)UTC,Latitude,Longitude,Magnitude,Depth,Catalog
  2004,08,04,065842.63,-69.728,-169.308,   , 10,PDE 
  2008,04,03,040424.77,-73.343,-135.670,4.7, 10,PDE 
  2012,01,13,134434.51,-77.360,-148.525,4.7, 10,PDE-W
  2012,01,13,142712.94,-77.134,-149.251,4.8, 10,PDE-W
  2012,06,01,050702.57,-77.158,-148.925,5.6, 16,PDE-Q
 

The hotspots:
Total number of fires detected : 3869
[ONLY TOP 5 RESULTS ARE SHOWN.]
LatitudeLongitudeDateTimeBrightnessConfidenceScanTrackSatelliteVersionBright.T31FRP
 -6.145  24.985    2012-05-31    20:50    336.5   100    1.0  1.0    T    5.0    294.8    48.4 
 -6.143  24.994    2012-05-31    20:50    327.7   100    1.0  1.0    T    5.0    293.3    34.6 
 -6.152  24.995    2012-05-31    20:50    312.9   80    1.0  1.0    T    5.0    292.8    16.8 
 -6.145  26.907    2012-05-31    20:50    322.9   100    1.0  1.0    T    5.0    292.4    29.7 
 -6.278  26.951    2012-05-31    20:50    307.7   56    1.0  1.0    T    5.0    294.9    10.2

Total number of fires detected : 6
[ONLY TOP 5 RESULTS ARE SHOWN.]
LatitudeLongitudeDateTimeBrightnessConfidenceScanTrackSatelliteVersionBright.T31FRP
 -25.357  -63.497    2012-05-31    17:55    310.4   25    1.1  1.1    A    5.0    299.5    9.2 
 -27.119  -65.087    2012-05-31    17:55    312.8   56    1.4  1.2    A    5.0    296.5    19.1 
 -27.118  -65.073    2012-05-31    17:55    325.5   79    1.4  1.2    A    5.0    296.5    43.9 
 -26.811  -62.472    2012-06-01    14:15    311.8   29    1.0  1.0    T    5.0    294.0    11.7 
 -26.254  -64.669    2012-06-01    14:15    317.3   68    1.3  1.1    T    5.0    294.2    26.4 

Total number of fires detected : 17
[ONLY TOP 5 RESULTS ARE SHOWN.]
LatitudeLongitudeDateTimeBrightnessConfidenceScanTrackSatelliteVersionBright.T31FRP
 40.54  141.497    2012-05-31    12:45    317.2   93    1.2  1.1    T    5.0    285.2    31.7 
 37.23  138.966    2012-05-31    01:40    311.4   35    1.0  1.0    T    5.0    296.0    10.6 
 37.479  140.375    2012-05-31    01:40    313.8   40    1.1  1.1    T    5.0    299.5    10.7 
 38.371  140.28    2012-05-31    01:40    319.0   36    1.1  1.0    T    5.0    305.4    13.5 
 38.459  140.934    2012-05-31    01:40    312.5   46    1.2  1.1    T    5.0    300.7    11.8

And none in the South Island Region of New Zealand.  

Update time = Thu May 31 5:34:24 UTC 2012
The average prediction picture for the next hydrological year June 2012 to May 2013 is given in the Table 0910 for each month in the link below: 
 http://3.bp.blogspot.com/_M7xF3QuZtjg/Sog1iX2zsAI/AAAAAAAABNE/5p4xygP3akg/s1600-h/image004.gif
The Peak Magnitude Earthquake for June 2012 is expected between 14th to 20th June 2012
in the magnitude range 7.1 MM to 7.9 MM. 
The expected location using the Web Fire Mapper data is 
South Island of New Zealand or Philippines or Japan or Nepal-Sikkim Border Region or Eastern China(114 to 118 longitude) orAndaman-Sumatra Bay or Kashmir/Himalayas  or Peru/Chile or Mexico/Central America or Turkey Region.

Update time = Tue May 29 7:00:05 UTC 2012
There has been a deep focus earthquake south of Fiji Isles:
5.9  2012/05/29 03:33:26  -22.010  -179.489 605.4  SOUTH OF THE FIJI ISLANDS
This is known bringer of major quake days thereafter. Beware! 

Update time = Mon May 28 8:19:27 UTC 2012
There has been a strong deep focus earthquake in Argentina:
6.7  2012/05/28 05:07:24  -28.061   -63.077 588.0  SANTIAGO DEL ESTERO, ARGENTINA
This may be an indicator of a major earthquake in the coming days there or elsewhere in the Pacific Rim or Western Turkey(27 longitude) or China or Indonesia(118 longitude). This is inferred by studying the hotspots on the Web Fire Mapper at this time.  
Check out at http://firefly.geog.umd.edu/firemap/ 

Update time = Sun May 27 5:36:38 UTC 2012
Closely following on the heels of the Izu Islands Region deep focus earthquake is the strong earthquake in the Bonin Islands Region:
6.0  2012/05/26 21:48:09   26.876   140.214 472.6  BONIN ISLANDS, JAPAN REGION
This may be an indicator of a major quake in the Pacific Rim region soon.
Note this foreboding:
Ocean death worsening around Peru? thousands of crustaceans wash up dead off the coast of Lima 
http://theextinctionprotocol.wordpress.com/2012/05/26/ocean-death-worsening-around-peru-thousands-of-crustaceans-wash-up-dead-off-the-coast-of-lima/
Lima, Peru: Latitude = -12.0931, Longitude = -77.0465 
This may also mean a quake at the longitude band centered around
77.0465, perhaps in the India, China region.   

Update time = Fri May 25 1:34:36 UTC 2012


MAG UTC DATE-TIME
y/m/d h:m:s
LAT
deg
LON
deg
DEPTH
km
 Region
MAP 5.0  2012/05/25 00:25:56   72.952   5.482 10.3  NORWEGIAN SEA

MAG UTC DATE-TIME
y/m/d h:m:s
LAT
deg
LON
deg
DEPTH
km
 Region
MAP 4.7  2012/05/24 23:46:17   72.936   5.434 9.7  NORWEGIAN SEA
MAP 6.2  2012/05/24 22:47:47   72.994   5.651 8.8  NORWEGIAN SEA


The heating up of the north:
Total number of fires detected : 6
[ONLY TOP 5 RESULTS ARE SHOWN.]
LatitudeLongitudeDateTimeBrightnessConfidenceScanTrackSatelliteVersionBright.T31FRP
 60.239  5.016    2012-05-23    20:20    307.8   57    2.0  1.4    T    5.0    287.2    39.0 
 60.227  5.021    2012-05-24    11:35    325.8   60    1.6  1.2    A    5.0    295.6    54.9 
 60.232  5.025    2012-05-24    11:25    315.7   64    1.1  1.1    T    5.0    296.6    16.5 
 60.236  5.006    2012-05-24    11:25    320.0   63    1.1  1.1    T    5.0    296.2    21.8 
 58.274  6.889    2012-05-22    21:10    321.1   100    1.0  1.0    T    5.0    287.1    29.5 


The cumulative effects of the World's dams have to cruise ever farther to the fringes of the globe to strike !
And then look here:

60,000 to 100,000 dead fish wash up eastern shores of U.S. near Chesapeake Bay

Posted on http://theextinctionprotocol.wordpress.com/2012/05/24/60000-to-100000-dead-fish-wash-up-eastern-shores-of-u-s-near-chesapeake-bay/
Chesapeake Bay 37.5842, -76.1784
Total number of fires detected : 10
[ONLY TOP 5 RESULTS ARE SHOWN.]
LatitudeLongitudeDateTimeBrightnessConfidenceScanTrackSatelliteVersionBright.T31FRP
 38.64  -77.296    2012-05-19    16:05    318.5   55    1.0  1.0    T    5.0    304.3    10.1 
 39.354  -77.42    2012-05-19    16:05    316.7   47    1.0  1.0    T    5.0    304.4    10.3 
 39.479  -76.232    2012-05-19    16:05    316.6   66    1.1  1.0    T    5.0    301.9    13.1 
 35.757  -77.869    2012-05-19    16:10    311.4   48    1.0  1.0    T    5.0    297.6    9.1 
 37.7  -77.444    2012-05-19    16:10    311.7   21    1.0  1.0    T    5.0    297.6    7.5 

The dead fish indicate the intense direct heating up of the earth all over the globe.
See the ominous web fire mapper for the past week:
http://firefly.geog.umd.edu/firemap/
Total number of fires detected : 2826
[ONLY TOP 5 RESULTS ARE SHOWN.]
LatitudeLongitudeDateTimeBrightnessConfidenceScanTrackSatelliteVersionBright.T31FRP
 32.365  74.501    2012-05-18    05:35    328.5   81    1.4  1.2    T    5.0    307.5    17.9 
 32.379  74.276    2012-05-18    05:35    326.6   57    1.4  1.2    T    5.0    307.5    19.0 
 32.286  74.194    2012-05-18    05:35    340.8   90    1.4  1.2    T    5.0    307.6    58.0 
 31.826  76.656    2012-05-18    05:35    322.9   72    1.1  1.0    T    5.0    306.2    8.7 
 31.946  75.221    2012-05-18    05:35    310.2   4    1.3  1.1    T    5.0    280.5    10.2 
 

Update time = Tue May 22 7:17:11 UTC 2012
Dams by their cumulative effects probably caused the Chinese quake which possibly caused the train accident at Penukonda at 3 15 AM IST on 22 May 2012? Was the discrimination of the driver affected ? 
http://www.thehindu.com/news/national/article3444795.ece 
"Officials were not willing to hazard a guess as to the cause of the accident, but Mr. Reddy said it was quite likely that the driver of the Hampi Express mistook the signal that was originally for another train and continued onward, colliding with the stationary goods train."
In these days of the cumulative effects of many a marvel of modern civilization like dams, one must be deep enough in intelligence, deeper than the psychiatricks of NIMHANS(reportedly to be let loose on the hapless brave and indomitable people concerned about the safety of nukes:Reference 1) to probe the effects of surge waves caused while the water moments applied at various fulcra are distributing themselves after an earthquake in the same longitude band about the same time:accident time 315 am on 22 May 2012: This is 2145 utc on 21 May 2012. Location of Penukonda, 14.0839,77.5986. Earthquake at 213834 utc on 21 May 2012 at 14 km SW of Yilkigi, China: Focus: 37.889,77.118,9.8 km. Too many favourable occasions to be a coincidence!

See http://collateralsofclimatechange.blogspot.com
The hotspots on 20th May are indicative of things to come:
Total number of fires detected : 22
[ONLY TOP 5 RESULTS ARE SHOWN.]
LatitudeLongitudeDateTimeBrightnessConfidenceScanTrackSatelliteVersionBright.T31FRP
 18.551  77.804    2012-05-20    05:25    339.7   90    1.0  1.0    T    5.0    315.3    20.3 
 18.478  77.795    2012-05-20    05:25    333.1   83    1.0  1.0    T    5.0    315.4    9.8 
 18.466  77.881    2012-05-20    05:25    333.5   76    1.0  1.0    T    5.0    315.4    10.6 
 16.276  77.102    2012-05-20    05:25    337.0   88    1.0  1.0    T    5.0    314.1    16.5 
 15.536  76.615    2012-05-20    05:25    328.9   81    1.0  1.0    T    5.0    310.0    9.4 

Total number of fires detected : 12
[ONLY TOP 5 RESULTS ARE SHOWN.]
LatitudeLongitudeDateTimeBrightnessConfidenceScanTrackSatelliteVersionBright.T31FRP
 15.536  76.615    2012-05-20    05:25    328.9   81    1.0  1.0    T    5.0    310.0    9.4 
 14.86  77.083    2012-05-20    05:25    326.9   61    1.0  1.0    T    5.0    308.5    9.4 
 12.784  77.42    2012-05-20    05:25    322.9   64    1.0  1.0    T    5.0    302.5    10.6 
 13.724  79.437    2012-05-21    17:00    310.9   73    1.0  1.0    T    5.0    295.3    8.5 
 14.471  79.764    2012-05-22    05:15    321.2   74    1.0  1.0    T    5.0    289.5    10.3 
 
Reference 1  See http://expressbuzz.com/cities/bangalore/centre-to-deal-anti-nuke-mind-set-with-nimhans/393234.html
To what defamatory insults are citizens being reduced to by modern civilization's ruling fascists!
This is the political milieu in India which reminds me of the methods some governments adopt to brainwash agents.


Update time = Thu May 17 15:07:39 UTC 2012
The intensity of hotspots at the moment show that the other likely candidates for the monthly peak magnitude quake are Turkey, Longitude band 20-60, Philippines Region,Japan,New Zealand, Mexico, Central America and Peru/Chile Region.
The Haryana Earthquake:
17/05/201213:39:1928.9°N76.7°E273.5DISTT.ROHTAK, HARYANA
This became a precursor sort of for the Aisen, Chile quake:
6.2  2012/05/18 02:00:41  -44.594   -80.073 10.0  OFF THE COAST OF AISEN, CHILE


Update time = Wed May 16 15:05:14 UTC 2012
Judging by the intense hotspots in the 68 to 80 longitude band and the dynamics of earthquake movement, a major earthquake may occur in this longitude band in the next days. It may be in the Himalayas.
The hotspots:
Total number of fires detected : 2058
[ONLY TOP 5 RESULTS ARE SHOWN.]
LatitudeLongitudeDateTimeBrightnessConfidenceScanTrackSatelliteVersionBright.T31FRP
 31.285  74.896    2012-05-14    06:00    338.0   89    1.1  1.1    T    5.0    311.8    29.7 
 31.118  75.86    2012-05-14    06:00    333.9   86    1.3  1.1    T    5.0    315.1    21.6 
 31.083  76.055    2012-05-14    06:00    327.4   75    1.3  1.1    T    5.0    312.2    12.9 
 31.281  74.889    2012-05-14    06:00    333.2   85    1.1  1.1    T    5.0    312.1    20.4 
 31.279  74.901    2012-05-14    06:00    327.2   80    1.1  1.1    T    5.0    310.9    9.8

 The related region in Africa also has intense hotspots:
Total number of fires detected : 2427
[ONLY TOP 5 RESULTS ARE SHOWN.]
LatitudeLongitudeDateTimeBrightnessConfidenceScanTrackSatelliteVersionBright.T31FRP
 -7.818  16.867    2012-05-14    00:00    330.2   100    1.7  1.3    A    5.0    290.1    87.6 
 -7.816  16.861    2012-05-14    00:00    323.8   100    1.7  1.3    A    5.0    290.5    67.9 
 -7.819  16.876    2012-05-14    00:00    306.7   36    1.7  1.3    A    5.0    287.7    27.5 
 -9.264  17.359    2012-05-14    00:00    308.3   60    1.5  1.2    A    5.0    288.5    26.4 
 -9.361  17.539    2012-05-14    00:00    314.4   85    1.4  1.2    A    5.0    288.1    35.0 
  
It may also occur, instead in the deep south of India.
Update time = Mon May 14 10:38:17 UTC 2012
A 6.2 magnitude earthquake has occurred in the Region of Southern Peru/Tarapaca Region Chile(See May 1 2012 Update below: Pelicans wash up dead on Peruvian shores):
2012-05-14   10:00:40.059min ago17.70 S  69.66 W  104  6.2 TARAPACA, CHILE







The movement of earthquakes(Peru/Chile to Iran) on the real time map indicates that a major earthquake is due in the Pacific Rim and the Andaman Sumatra Bay Region, noting that the strong Peru/Chile quake is an intermediate focus quake.
 
Update time = Mon May 14 8:00:21 UTC 2012
THE HEAT IS KILLING FISH IN THE RIVERS AS WELL BY REDUCTION OF OXYGEN CONTENT AND NOT ONLY IN THE SEAS AND OCEANS. THIS IS A FURTHER CONFIRMATION OF DAMS AS THE AGENT OF DIRECT HEATING OF THE EARTH BY FRICTION....AND OF CLIMATE CHANGE.
There has been a massive fish kill in Periyar River at Pathalam belt at
10.0772,76.3189.
http://theextinctionprotocol.wordpress.com/2012/05/13/another-massive-fish-kill-reported-in-southern-indias-periyar-river/
The Periyar Tiger Reserve is at 11.5816,76.9989.
The Mettur Thermal Station where a massive fire shut down the plant(see update for 10 May 2012) is at 11.7767,77.816.
The distance between the two is 92 km.
Thus we have the problem of heating of the earth as evidenced by the hotspots in this location, which by the precautionary principle is due to the dynamics of the dams(and the fish kill as well).
The hotspots is illustrative of the heat which would have reduced the oxygen content in the Periyar river:
Total number of fires detected : 5
[ONLY TOP 5 RESULTS ARE SHOWN.]
LatitudeLongitudeDateTimeBrightnessConfidenceScanTrackSatelliteVersionBright.T31FRP
 10.862  78.53    2012-05-13    05:20    315.6   64    1.0  1.0    T    5.0    297.4    7.3 
 9.438  77.505    2012-05-13    05:20    322.9   63    1.0  1.0    T    5.0    303.2    10.4 
 8.715  77.902    2012-05-13    05:20    327.4   39    1.0  1.0    T    5.0    306.7    9.6 
 9.368  80.074    2012-05-13    08:25    319.1   33    1.4  1.2    A    5.0    300.9    16.1 
 9.391  77.883    2012-05-13    08:25    329.0   67    1.1  1.0    A    5.0    303.1    12.3 

There have been a number of earthquakes in this longitude band during May 2012 so far:
PRELIMINARY LOCATIONS OF EARTHQUAKES
DURING THE MONTH OF May2012 IN INDIA & ITS NEIGHBOURHOOD AND SIGNIFICANT GLOBAL EARTHQUAKES




DATE

TIME
(UTC)

LAT
(deg. N)

LONG
(deg.E)

Depth
(km)

Magnitude

Region

01/05/201222:43:12.26.2°N92.2°E133.8MARIGAON, ASSAM
02/05/201209:57:3208.9°N93.8°E154.7NICOBAR ISLANDS
02/05/201223:12:1428.2°N76.3°E053.5DISTT MAHENDRAGARH, HARYANA
03/05/201201:18.0310.5°N93.2°E105.1ANDAMAN ISLANDS
03/05/201204:59:3508.9°N93.8°E334.8NICOBAR ISLANDS REGION
03/05/201206:42:3536.3°N70.7°E1155.1HINDU KUSH REGION AFGHANISTAN
04/05/201220:09:2627.5°N95.1°E154.4DISTT. DIBRUGARH, ASSAM
06/05/201205:42:5932.4°N76.3°E053.6DISTT CHAMBA, HIMACHAL PRADESH
09/05/201218:05:5834.3°N74.5°E083.4JAMMU AND KASHMIR
10/05/201222:00:4030.2°N79.4°E053.9DISTT CHAMOLI, UTTRAKHAND
11/05/201218:41:2826.6°N93.0°E205.4ASSAM
12/05/201223:28:4138.5°N70.0°E106.0AFGHANISTAN-TAJIKISTAN.BORDER.REGION

The nearest to Periyar river/Mettur Thermal Station was in March 2012 at Thiruchirapalli, Tamilnadu:
27/03/201204:49:2711.2°N78.6°E103.6TIRUCHCHIRAPPALLI, TAMIL NADU

Judging from the earthquake activity as the real time earthquake map shows, the region is in for a big quake, say in the Japan Region or Andaman Sumatra, North Indian ocean region or even in Tamilnadu/Kerala. 

Update time = Thu May 10 12:00:02 UTC 2012

 There was a fire in Mettur Thermal Station 400 km west of Kudankulam:

Tamil Nadu, The Hindu reports:

, Fire in Mettur thermal station, 1 dead
PTI
http://www.thehindu.com/news/states/tamil-nadu/article3403546.ece
See also ‘Mettur could have been a major industrial disaster’
M. Ramesh
Mettur could have been a major industrial disaster.
It was a rather lucky escape for the Mettur Thermal Power Station — it got away with just some bruises in the fire accident that happened on Thursday. If the conveyor system that had caught fire had not broken down and fallen to the ground, the fire could have spread to the boiler side, where there is an oil tank.

http://www.thehindubusinessline.com/industry-and-economy/article3411532.ece
The location of Mettur is Latitude = 11.7767, Longitude = 77.816. The location of Kudankulam is 8.1798,77.7051. The distance is 400 km. What is the reason for the fire in Mettur? Hotspot nearest Mettur Thermal is   11.311,78.355 at 0805 utc  on 8th May 2012. This is 78 km from Mettur Thermal.
 Is it due to friction heat at Mettur due to the dynamics of the world's dams? If it is so is Kudankulam nuke park safe from such jolts?
Hotspots on 8th May 2012:
Total number of fires detected : 6
[ONLY TOP 5 RESULTS ARE SHOWN.]
LatitudeLongitudeDateTimeBrightnessConfidenceScanTrackSatelliteVersionBright.T31FRP
 8.843  77.809    2012-05-08    08:05    333.7   72    1.3  1.1    A    5.0    308.4    19.7 
 9.544  77.245    2012-05-08    08:05    312.1   38    1.4  1.2    A    5.0    296.7    12.3 
 10.696  79.044    2012-05-08    08:05    336.7   61    1.1  1.0    A    5.0    305.4    27.7 
 10.945  79.801    2012-05-08    08:05    329.1   80    1.0  1.0    A    5.0    303.6    15.1 
 11.311  78.355    2012-05-08    08:05    318.3   69    1.1  1.1    A    5.0    297.8    13.7

Hotspots vanished on the 9th May 2012.
Hotspots reappeared on 10th May 2012:
Total number of fires detected : 2
[ONLY TOP 5 RESULTS ARE SHOWN.]
LatitudeLongitudeDateTimeBrightnessConfidenceScanTrackSatelliteVersionBright.T31FRP
 6.329  80.315    2012-05-10    07:50    325.3   78    1.5  1.2    A    5.0    298.6    41.3 
 8.695  77.961    2012-05-10    07:50    323.5   61    2.1  1.4    A    5.0    299.2    32.4 

The hotspot 8.695,77.961 at 750 utc on 10th May 2012 is 64 km away from Kudankulam.
The Mettur Thermal fire occurred at 130 AM IST on Thursday, 10 May 2012 or at 20 hrs UTC on 9th May 2012.
The dynamics of dams were that the surge waves were redistributing from an earthquake on 9th May 2012 at around 1930 hrs to an earthquake on 9th May 12 around 21 hrs:
2012-05-09   19:31:12.640.42 N  28.79 E  72.4 WESTERN TURKEY
2012-05-09   20:57:24.038.93 N  43.62 E  83.0 EASTERN TURKEY

The world's dams may have created a series of hotspots on the 8th May 2012 which was followed by the surges being applied at Mettur Thermal Station which developed into the fire when the dynamic redistribution of surges took place from the earthquake at Western Turkey to the Earthquake at Eastern Turkey. A similar transfer of the shock resulting in quakes was taking place  on the other side of the centre of gravity of the dams(25, 125) between the two California quakes:
2.626km ssw of ferndale, california40.366°N124.422°W14.5
2.527km nnw of coalinga, california36.349°N120.522°W16.3
As the updates here and at Collaterals of Climate Change, http://collateralsofclimatechange.blogspot.in
repeatedly show, the plausibility of dam caused damages becomes significant and the worst cases were the Nuke damages at Kashiwasaki Kariwa(Japan, July 2007) and triple meltdown and nuclear explosion(s), Fukushima(Japan, March 11, 2011).
Latest hotspot picture for Kudankulam:
Total number of fires detected : 4
[ONLY TOP 5 RESULTS ARE SHOWN.]
LatitudeLongitudeDateTimeBrightnessConfidenceScanTrackSatelliteVersionBright.T31FRP
 8.554  78.005    2012-05-12    07:40    318.1   57    3.7  1.8    A    5.0    291.0    64.3 
 8.715  77.902    2012-05-13    05:20    327.4   39    1.0  1.0    T    5.0    306.7    9.6 
 9.438  77.505    2012-05-13    05:20    322.9   63    1.0  1.0    T    5.0    303.2    10.4 
 10.862  78.53    2012-05-13    05:20    315.6   64    1.0  1.0    T    5.0    297.4    7.3 
 
Update time = Mon May 7 6:38:12 UTC 2012

There is a possibility that Kudankulam, Kalpakkam, etc are experiencing shocks from the dams of the world for the following reasons as the dam dynamics adjust to new positions for earthquakes on the globe:
Applying the precautionary principle we note a flurry of earthquakes on the Indian Subcontinent in the Kudankulam longitude band and also a swarm of earthquakes in the Andaman Sumatra Region in the past week.

DATE

TIME
(UTC)

LAT
(deg. N)

LONG
(deg.E)

Depth
(km)

Magnitude

Region

01/05/201222:43:12.26.2°N92.2°E133.8MARIGAON, ASSAM
02/05/201209:57:3208.9°N93.8°E154.7NICOBAR ISLANDS
02/05/201223:12:1428.2°N76.3°E053.5DISTT MAHENDRAGARH, HARYANA
03/05/201201:18.0310.5°N93.2°E105.1ANDAMAN ISLANDS
03/05/201204:59:3508.9°N93.8°E334.8NICOBAR ISLANDS REGION
03/05/201206:42:3536.3°N70.7°E1155.1HINDU KUSH REGION AFGHANISTAN
04/05/201220:09:2627.5°N95.1°E154.4DISTT. DIBRUGARH, ASSAM
06/05/201205:42:5932.4°N76.3°E053.6DISTT CHAMBA, HIMACHAL PRADESH


Source: http://www.imd.gov.in/section/seismo/dynamic/welcome.htm
An hotspot 13 km from Kudankulam was observed on 6th may 2012:

Total number of fires detected : 4
[ONLY TOP 5 RESULTS ARE SHOWN.]
LatitudeLongitudeDateTimeBrightnessConfidenceScanTrackSatelliteVersionBright.T31FRP
 10.769  78.652    2012-05-06    08:15    332.5   85    1.0  1.0    A    5.0    307.1    17.7 
 10.658  78.843    2012-05-06    08:15    327.9   81    1.0  1.0    A    5.0    305.4    10.2 
 9.475  78.606    2012-05-06    08:15    335.5   87    1.0  1.0    A    5.0    303.8    20.0 
 8.295  77.691    2012-05-06    08:15    332.2   84    1.0  1.0    A    5.0    308.3    10.4 
 

Update time = Sun May 6 11:08:41 UTC 2012
For the Uttarakhand Bridge Collapse on 24 March 2012 and the Punjab Mail derailment on 5th May 2012 see Collaterals of Climate Change at
http://collateralsofclimatechange.blogspot.com
  

Update time = Fri May 4 5:00:06 UTC 2012

Shenzhen, China:  Monday 30 April 2012: 50000 fish dead in pond:
http://theextinctionprotocol.wordpress.com/2012/05/03/50000-fish-found-dead-in-pond-in-shenzhen-china-cause-of-mysterious-fish-kill-unknown/
Location: Latitude = 22.5431, Longitude = 114.0579
Note that it is 30th April for the Assam Boat Tragedy as well.
See the hotspots on the 30th April 2012:
Total number of fires detected : 14
[ONLY TOP 5 RESULTS ARE SHOWN.]
LatitudeLongitudeDateTimeBrightnessConfidenceScanTrackSatelliteVersionBright.T31FRP
 26.973  112.385    2012-04-30    05:40    317.6   62    1.1  1.0    A    5.0    297.7    9.3 
 21.899  111.939    2012-04-30    05:40    315.6   64    1.3  1.1    A    5.0    297.0    11.5 
 22.085  111.64    2012-04-30    05:40    315.8   55    1.3  1.1    A    5.0    296.6    12.7 
 22.823  114.294    2012-04-30    05:40    316.9   64    1.0  1.0    A    5.0    296.8    10.3 
 22.837  114.011    2012-04-30    05:40    314.3   61    1.0  1.0    A    5.0    295.3    8.0 

Turkey and Greece have had a swarm of earthquakes around longitude 24-29, its time for a big earthquake here as well as at longitude 90+24= 114.
If a quake happens at longitude x,at a later time, a quake or a quake related or a dam related happening occurs at longitude -x.
The fish dead is such an happening. 
A dam related quake(judging from the hotspot here and no quake for sometime) may be due and
perhaps a big one. 


Update time = Thu May 3 1:00:03 UTC 2012
Tahtali,Izmir,Western Turkey, first time dead fish here:
Latitude = 38.1562, Longitude = 27.1206
http://theextinctionprotocol.wordpress.com/2012/05/03/fish-kill-in-turkeys-izmirs-tahtali-district-creates-panic/
Swarm of Earthquakes typified by: 

4.0  2012/05/02 11:37:08   38.648   26.643 4.8  NEAR THE COAST OF WESTERN TURKEY






2012-05-02   13:47:38.638.66 N  26.70 E  82.2 NEAR THE COAST OF WESTERN TURKEY



2012-05-02   13:41:13.938.64 N  26.72 E  52.2 NEAR THE COAST OF WESTERN TURKEY



2012-05-02   13:35:28.839.20 N  29.03 E  61.8 WESTERN TURKEY



2012-05-02   13:29:59.038.66 N  26.68 E  83.4 NEAR THE COAST OF WESTERN TURKEY



2012-05-02   13:15:29.350.80 N  13.49 E  62.2 GERMANY



2012-05-02   12:33:29.950.66 N  129.89 W  104.0 VANCOUVER ISLAND, CANADA REGION



2012-05-02   12:32:31.338.65 N  43.06 E  202.5 EASTERN TURKEY



2012-05-02   12:17:59.054.60 S  143.91 E  105.8 WEST OF MACQUARIE ISLAND



2012-05-02   12:14:07.137.22 N  28.20 E  72.5 WESTERN TURKEY



2012-05-02   12:09:46.036.22 N  28.74 E  03.0 DODECANESE ISLANDS, GREECE



2012-05-02   12:08:10.036.52 N  2.63 W  103.0 STRAIT OF GIBRALTAR



2012-05-02   12:05:05.638.48 N  34.13 E  162.2 CENTRAL TURKEY



2012-05-02   12:03:03.038.66 N  26.66 E  123.0 NEAR THE COAST OF WESTERN TURKEY



2012-05-02   11:55:47.450.48 N  13.55 E  62.0 CZECH REPUBLIC



2012-05-02   11:41:18.039.09 N  29.22 E  82.3 WESTERN TURKEY



2012-05-02   11:37:08.038.66 N  26.76 E  24.0 NEAR THE COAST OF WESTERN TURKEY



2012-05-02   11:21:43.536.30 N  28.77 E  92.6 DODECANESE ISLANDS, GREECE



2012-05-02   11:13:37.814.33 N  93.14 W  374.1 OFFSHORE CHIAPAS, MEXICO



2012-05-02   10:40:15.838.65 N  26.69 E  102.1 NEAR THE COAST OF WESTERN TURKEY



2012-05-02   10:13:19.038.88 N  43.69 E  23.6 EASTERN TURKEY



2012-05-02   10:00:50.050.20 N  12.67 E  22.3 CZECH REPUBLIC



2012-05-02   09:57:32.09.49 N  93.93 E  105.0 NICOBAR ISLANDS, INDIA REGION



2012-05-02   09:47:08.438.66 N  26.68 E  102.5 NEAR THE COAST OF WESTERN TURKEY



2012-05-02   09:25:52.038.70 N  29.02 W  113.1 AZORES ISLANDS, PORTUGAL



2012-05-02   09:25:32.938.65 N  26.70 E  62.4 NEAR THE COAST OF WESTERN TURKEY



2012-05-02   09:22:30.05.45 S  152.16 E  494.8 NEW BRITAIN REGION, P.N.G.



2012-05-02   09:18:08.038.65 N  26.70 E  31.9 NEAR THE COAST OF WESTERN TURKEY



2012-05-02   09:02:51.539.69 N  32.64 E  282.2 CENTRAL TURKEY



2012-05-02   09:00:44.537.87 N  38.96 E  51.9 EASTERN TURKEY



2012-05-02   08:54:33.537.32 N  28.02 E  82.4 WESTERN TURKEY



2012-05-02   08:32:55.235.13 N  24.05 E  103.2 CRETE, GREECE



2012-05-02   08:30:46.036.25 N  28.75 E  23.3 DODECANESE ISLANDS, GREECE



2012-05-02   08:20:42.336.34 N  28.76 E  52.9 DODECANESE ISLANDS, GREECE



2012-05-02   08:13:24.438.66 N  26.69 E  142.3 NEAR THE COAST OF WESTERN TURKEY



2012-05-02   08:08:39.038.64 N  26.72 E  102.1 NEAR THE COAST OF WESTERN TURKEY



2012-05-02   07:56:38.438.68 N  26.69 E  72.4 NEAR THE COAST OF WESTERN TURKEY



2012-05-02   07:48:02.038.65 N  26.64 E  83.0 NEAR THE COAST OF WESTERN TURKEY



2012-05-02   07:34:12.738.67 N  26.75 E  92.0 NEAR THE COAST OF WESTERN TURKEY



2012-05-02   07:32:42.038.68 N  26.80 E  152.4 NEAR THE COAST OF WESTERN TURKEY



2012-05-02   07:26:14.044.49 N  6.73 E  102.5 FRANCE



2012-05-02   07:25:46.338.66 N  26.75 E  122.4 NEAR THE COAST OF WESTERN TURKEY



2012-05-02   07:18:20.038.68 N  26.76 E  172.2 NEAR THE COAST OF WESTERN TURKEY



2012-05-02   07:11:42.439.69 N  38.85 E  152.4 EASTERN TURKEY



2012-05-02   06:50:29.340.18 N  35.49 E  82.4 CENTRAL TURKEY



2012-05-02   06:48:23.038.66 N  26.67 E  94.2 NEAR THE COAST OF WESTERN TURKEY



2012-05-02   06:45:29.038.67 N  26.67 E  133.3 NEAR THE COAST OF WESTERN TURKEY



2012-05-02   06:40:02.038.67 N  26.77 E  24.3 NEAR THE COAST OF WESTERN TURKEY



2012-05-02   06:26:42.038.67 N  26.65 E  173.1 NEAR THE COAST OF WESTERN TURKEY



2012-05-02   06:23:28.040.56 N  23.94 E  103.6 GREECE



2012-05-02   06:13:17.914.26 N  93.00 W  364.4 OFFSHORE CHIAPAS, MEXICO



2012-05-02   06:13:15.040.57 N  23.90 E  113.4 GREECE

A big earthquake may occur here in days, a place of major earthquake before.

Hotspots:
Total number of fires detected : 5
[ONLY TOP 5 RESULTS ARE SHOWN.]
LatitudeLongitudeDateTimeBrightnessConfidenceScanTrackSatelliteVersionBright.T31FRP
 40.263  29.078    2012-04-28    09:15    314.3   41    1.2  1.1    T    5.0    299.9    11.7 
 38.736  26.955    2012-04-28    09:15    318.8   70    1.1  1.0    T    5.0    304.0    14.3 
 37.806  29.252    2012-04-28    09:15    317.1   63    1.3  1.2    T    5.0    303.5    13.1 
 37.803  29.247    2012-04-28    10:55    319.8   69    1.4  1.2    A    5.0    306.6    13.4 
 41.085  28.149    2012-04-28    10:55    312.0   49    1.3  1.1    A    5.0    298.4    14.7 
  


Subject: Dhubri boat tragedy, a victim of giant forces applied by surge waves from dams on Sagaing fault?


Re: News » National, The Hindu,
, ‘The cyclone struck suddenly and the ferry was hurled in the air':
http://www.thehindu.com/news/national/article3374551.ece
and Re: hindustantimes,
Boat struck concrete structure, broke and sank: Survivor
Rahul Karmakar, Hindustan Times
Guwahati, May 01, 2012
This tragedy must be examined also in the context of the giant forces unleashed by dams on the Sagaing fault as is happening right now in the period when the region was hit by twin great quakes and follow up of many aftershocks.
It is indeed of value the fact that they normally venture out even if the weather is like this.
Note the cyclone was very active at the time of the boat veering off and hitting the concrete erosion preventer. I must point out that the area is on a longitude near the Himalayan Eastern bend and the Sagaing fault and this is at the time (Monday) hit by massive earthquakes on this longitude band(90-95) by the gargantuan dynamics of dams. See also the hotspots around there on the 30th April 2012. All these may have contributed to the veering off also:
5.7  2012/04/30 08:00:10   1.759   89.575  10.0  NORTH INDIAN OCEAN
5.4  2012/04/30 13:06:59   14.431   93.360  35.7  ANDAMAN ISLANDS, INDIA REGION
5.1  2012/04/30 21:40:39   3.315   92.965  9.9  OFF THE WEST COAST OF NORTHERN SUMATRA

DATE

TIME
(UTC)

LAT
(deg. N)

LONG
(deg.E)

Depth
(km)

Magnitude

Region

01/05/201222:43:12.26.2°N92.2°E133.8MARIGAON, ASSAM

Total number of fires detected : 16
[ONLY TOP 5 RESULTS ARE SHOWN.]
LatitudeLongitudeDateTimeBrightnessConfidenceScanTrackSatelliteVersionBright.T31FRP 
23.557  87.24    2012-04-30    07:20    329.5   79    1.2  1.1    A    5.0    313.1  15.7    25.297  88.203    2012-04-30    07:20    341.3   91    1.0  1.0    A    5.0    316.4 31.1     25.743  90.323    2012-04-30    07:20    318.0   69    1.0  1.0    A    5.0    303.8 7.3     27.168  92.371    2012-04-30    07:20    328.5   75    1.2  1.1    A    5.0    298.8    34.6  27.023  91.23    2012-04-30    07:20    315.0   34    1.1  1.0    A    5.0    297.0    10.
 See Web Fire Mapper for nomenclature.
For our purpose the location of the hot spot, date and time are important.
To get the fuller picture note that an earthquake occurred in the area on 4th May 2012:
4.4  2012/05/04 20:09:24   27.286   95.356 13.8  ARUNACHAL PRADESH-ASSAM REGION, INDIA


Update time = Tue May 1 5:00:02 UTC 2012
The average picture for May 2012 for the Monthly Peak Magnitude Earthquake:
Low 7.3 MM  Mean  7.6 MM  High  7.7 MM
Date Range Low 13  Mean 17  High  20  
Location: El Salvador or Mexico or Central America or West coast of South America or New Zealand or Japan or Andaman Region or NW Sumatra or Java 
Another indication that Pacific Rim may take center stage in May is given by the following tragedy brought about by the giant surges by dams of the world of hotspots and pollution including Fukushima radiation:
http://theextinctionprotocol.wordpress.com/2012/04/30/500-pelicans-wash-up-dead-on-peruvian-shores/  




Update time = Sat Apr 28 10:00:03 UTC 2012
There was a deep focus earthquake on 26th April 2012:
5.0  2012/04/26 06:38:33  -18.748  -177.897 616.7  FIJI REGION
The hotspots have peaked and are decreasing:
24    94248utc   11904
25    94447utc   13489
26    94309utc   13160
27    94238utc   10346
28    93927utc   8574
These are followed by no quakes for the past 5 hours.
We may expect a big one, applying the precautionary principle.
And at 100807 a strong one occurred:
 6.7  2012/04/28 10:08:08  -18.643  -174.725 129.4  TONGA

Update time = Thu Apr 19 10:00:06 UTC 2012

Dams and railway signals: The Kurla Signalling Cabin Fire damages the signalling equipment and throws traffic awry for days, causing further overcrowding and deaths.
The dams of the world have contributed to the catastrophe in Mumbai by transferring their surges of gigantic dynamics to the signalling cabin via the heated rocks underneath to set the equipment ablaze and damage the control.
At about the moment of the fire(Midnight IST 17th April 2012) a strong 6.2 MM earthquake occurred at South Sandwich Isles Region:

6.2 2012/04/17 19:03:55 -59.099 -16.693 1.0 EAST OF THE SOUTH SANDWICH ISLANDS
The location of Mumbai is 19.076, 72.8777.
Note also that 90-16.693 is 73.307.
The hotspots:
Total number of fires detected : 9
[ONLY TOP 5 RESULTS ARE SHOWN.]
LatitudeLongitudeDateTimeBrightnessConfidenceScanTrackSatelliteVersionBright.T31FRP
18.589 73.166 2012-04-17 07:50 319.8 46 4.1 1.9 A 5.0 297.8 39.0
16.406 75.431 2012-04-17 17:10 313.1 81 1.0 1.0 T 5.0 296.0 12.7
16.404 75.422 2012-04-17 17:10 317.9 95 1.0 1.0 T 5.0 296.1 18.1
17.777 75.291 2012-04-17 17:15 314.0 84 1.0 1.0 T 5.0 287.4 18.0
17.775 75.282 2012-04-17 17:15 312.0 77 1.0 1.0 T 5.0 281.8 16.6

The general heating up of the earth is also indicated by the number of hotspots observed by satellite(infrared reads) for previous 24 hrs each morning at around 930 UTC(FIRMS Web Fire Mapper):
16 April to 19th April 2012:
10260,11887,13810,14240.
Update time = Wed Apr 18 9:22:13 UTC 2012

A deep focus earthquake occurred at Bonin Islands, Japan region:

5.4 2012/04/18 05:37:56 28.683 138.804 495.4 BONIN ISLANDS, JAPAN REGION

Such deep focus quakes are precursors of shallow strong or major quakes. Watch out in the NW Sumatra Region, the Himalayas, Myanmar, Japan and New Zealand regions.
Update time = Tue Apr 17 14:00:02 UTC 2012

Jalandhar Blanket making factory collapsed completely on 15th April2012 at midnight(IST):
http://www.thehindu.com/todays-paper/tp-in-school/article3321934.ece

It was reported that there was an explosion of the boiler in the factory.
Jalandhar is located at 31.3260,75.5762
An earthquake occurred 93 km from Rutog, China and 209 km from Leh,Ladakh where the tremor was felt at 220 AM(IST):
4.1 MM, 2012-04-14,205053 UTC, 34.239, 79.85,37 km.
Note that Ladakh region has centroid at 34,78.

Hotspot history
13th April 2012,UTC
Jalandhar area
No hotspots
Kudankulam area
No hotspots

Sumatra area
Total number of fires detected : 1
[ONLY TOP 5 RESULTS ARE SHOWN.]
LatitudeLongitudeDateTimeBrightnessConfidenceScanTrackSatelliteVersionBright.T31FRP
2.249 98.124 2012-04-13 18:50 307.7 56 1.3 1.1 A 5.0 284.3 21.3



14th April 2012,UTC
Jalandhar area and Kudankulam area
No hotspots
Sumatra area:
Total number of fires detected : 1
[ONLY TOP 5 RESULTS ARE SHOWN.]
LatitudeLongitudeDateTimeBrightnessConfidenceScanTrackSatelliteVersionBright.T31FRP
4.104 96.245 2012-04-14 04:15 317.8 35 1.1 1.1 T 5.0 296.4 12.8


15th April 2012
Jalandhar area
Total number of fires detected : 2
[ONLY TOP 5 RESULTS ARE SHOWN.]
LatitudeLongitudeDateTimeBrightnessConfidenceScanTrackSatelliteVersionBright.T31FRP
31.568 76.229 2012-04-15 08:05 322.6 68 1.0 1.0 A 5.0 304.6 11.8
28.953 78.071 2012-04-15 08:05 318.5 70 1.0 1.0 A 5.0 300.4 9.6

Kudankulam areaTotal number of fires detected : 4
[ONLY TOP 5 RESULTS ARE SHOWN.]
LatitudeLongitudeDateTimeBrightnessConfidenceScanTrackSatelliteVersionBright.T31FRP
9.58 77.241 2012-04-15 08:00 315.3 45 1.8 1.3 A 5.0 291.0 27.4
8.487 77.533 2012-04-15 08:00 313.0 12 1.7 1.3 A 5.0 286.7 16.1
10.373 79.605 2012-04-15 04:55 325.8 0 1.7 1.3 T 5.0 297.8 30.2
10.377 79.574 2012-04-15 04:55 325.7 36 1.7 1.3 T 5.0 297.8 26.9


Sumatra hotspots

Nil




16th April 2012


Jalandhar area

Total number of fires detected : 1
[ONLY TOP 5 RESULTS ARE SHOWN.]
LatitudeLongitudeDateTimeBrightnessConfidenceScanTrackSatelliteVersionBright.T31FRP
30.89 75.409 2012-04-16 08:45 321.2 74 2.8 1.6 A 5.0 302.0 52.9

Kudankulam area

Nil hotspots.

Sumatra hotspots:
Total number of fires detected : 5
[ONLY TOP 5 RESULTS ARE SHOWN.]
LatitudeLongitudeDateTimeBrightnessConfidenceScanTrackSatelliteVersionBright.T31FRP
0.051 99.668 2012-04-16 04:00 313.3 43 1.4 1.2 T 5.0 295.3 15.5
2.226 98.137 2012-04-16 04:00 311.9 45 1.1 1.0 T 5.0 285.5 11.0
2.255 98.131 2012-04-16 04:00 310.6 23 1.1 1.0 T 5.0 287.2 8.5
2.257 98.122 2012-04-16 04:00 320.1 68 1.1 1.0 T 5.0 286.8 19.8
2.383 98.079 2012-04-16 04:00 335.5 87 1.1 1.0 T 5.0 282.3 43.9


17 April 2012 till 1407 hrs(UTC):

Both Jalandhar and Kudankulam areas Nil hotspots
No hotspots in the Banda Aceh area of NW Sumatra also.



Updated
2012-04-15 16:07:24 UTC

The frequency with which earthquakes are taking place in the North Indian Ocean/Off Northwest coast of Sumatra suggests that Kudankulam and Kalpakkam facilities may be under threat of grave danger including nuclear explosion:

Total number of fires detected : 12
[ONLY TOP 5 RESULTS ARE SHOWN.]
LatitudeLongitudeDateTimeBrightnessConfidenceScanTrackSatelliteVersionBright.T31FRP
11.69 78.702 2012-04-15 08:00 319.3 48 1.3 1.1 A 5.0 303.1 10.7
9.58 77.241 2012-04-15 08:00 315.3 45 1.8 1.3 A 5.0 291.0 27.4
8.487 77.533 2012-04-15 08:00 313.0 12 1.7 1.3 A 5.0 286.7 16.1
10.373 79.605 2012-04-15 04:55 325.8 0 1.7 1.3 T 5.0 297.8 30.2
10.377 79.574 2012-04-15 04:55 325.7 36 1.7 1.3 T 5.0 297.8 26.9


See the hotspots map of the Web Fire mapper of FIRMS:
And the map of real time earthquakes:

The distance from Kudankulam to the hotspot
8.487 77.533 2012-04-15 08:00 313.0 12 1.7 1.3 A 5.0 286.7 16.1

is 39 km.
On account of the reasoning at
http://glaringlacuna.blogspot.com

there is mortal danger of a nuclear explosion at Kudankulam or Kalpakkam.




Update time = Wed Apr 11 11:04:18 UTC 2012
TWO GREAT EARTHQUAKES OFF NW COAST OF SUMATRA

Latest Update(EMSC)


Latest Update(USGS)

MAG UTC DATE-TIME
y/m/d h:m:s
LAT
deg
LON
deg
DEPTH
km
Region
MAP 8.2 2012/04/11 10:43:09 0.773 92.452 16.4 OFF THE WEST COAST OF NORTHERN SUMATRA
MAP3.1 2012/04/11 10:42:48 33.488 -116.453 7.4 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
MAP3.1 2012/04/11 10:37:33 33.489 -116.442 5.7 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
MAP2.8 2012/04/11 10:22:14 64.896 -148.880 7.1 CENTRAL ALASKA
MAP 5.3 2012/04/11 09:51:42 2.510 90.316 20.0 OFF THE WEST COAST OF NORTHERN SUMATRA
MAP3.2 2012/04/11 09:30:27 64.910 -148.934 13.9 CENTRAL ALASKA
MAP 6.0 2012/04/11 09:27:57 1.281 91.731 9.8 NORTH INDIAN OCEAN
MAP2.9 2012/04/11 09:26:11 64.990 -148.887 27.8 CENTRAL ALASKA
MAP4.2 2012/04/11 09:21:57 64.959 -149.102 14.1 CENTRAL ALASKA
MAP 5.5 2012/04/11 09:00:13 51.518 -176.312 56.5 ANDREANOF ISLANDS, ALEUTIAN IS., ALASKA
MAP 8.6 2012/04/11 08:38:37 2.311 93.063 22.9 OFF THE WEST COAST OF NORTHERN SUMATRA
MAP 5.3 2012/04/11 07:41:46 -6.227 130.158 132.2 BANDA SEA

Note that both Japan and New Zealand are ominously blank regarding hotspots for 11th April 2012.
Behind these observations lie the hotspots induced by the dams worldwide:

Date 24 hr hotspots

31/3/2012 12675
1/4/12 11425
2/4/12 9782
3/4/12 14079
4/4/12 18337
5/4/12 13125
6/4/12 9765
7/4/12 8888
8/4/12 7572
9/4/12 6393
10/4/12 7993
11/4/12 10514

Update time = Wed Apr 11 10:00:04 UTC 2012


EMSC Update and Map:






MAG UTC DATE-TIME
y/m/d h:m:s
LAT
deg
LON
deg
DEPTH
km
Region
MAP3.2 2012/04/11 09:30:27 64.910 -148.934 13.9 CENTRAL ALASKA
MAP2.9 2012/04/11 09:26:11 64.990 -148.887 27.8 CENTRAL ALASKA
MAP4.2 2012/04/11 09:21:57 64.959 -149.102 14.1 CENTRAL ALASKA
MAP 8.6 2012/04/11 08:38:37 2.311 93.063 22.9 OFF THE WEST COAST OF NORTHERN SUMATRA
MAP 5.3 2012/04/11 07:41:46 -6.227 130.158 132.2 BANDA SEA
MAP4.4 2012/04/11 06:54:39 -22.748 -66.387 226.3 JUJUY, ARGENTINA

Below the EMSC Update is the USGS Update.Update time = Wed Apr 11 9:00:07 UTC 2012

As expected around this time(see Updates below esp
Update time = Tue Mar 20 9:18:32 UTC 2012)
near Andaman Sumatra Bay a great earthquake has occurred:
8.7 2012/04/11 08:38:38 2.348 93.073 33.0 OFF THE WEST COAST OF NORTHERN SUMATRA
Buildings shook in Bangalore.
The red eye of the Sumatra Croc is visible on the hot spot maps for 9th and 11th Apr 2012 but vanished on 10th April. Note that the earthquake occurred at 083838 utc on 11 Apr 2012 and the hotspot on the croc was seen at 0345 utc on 11 APR 2012:


The hotspot location at the red eye of NW Sumatra on 9th and 11th:Total number of fires detected : 2
[ONLY TOP 5 RESULTS ARE SHOWN.]
LatitudeLongitudeDateTimeBrightnessConfidenceScanTrackSatelliteVersionBright.T31FRP
2.958 99.804 2012-04-09 03:55 315.7 54 1.1 1.0 T 5.0 296.5 11.5
4.984 97.019 2012-04-09 06:55 311.1 33 1.1 1.0 A 5.0 293.0 8.5


Total number of fires detected : 2
[ONLY TOP 5 RESULTS ARE SHOWN.]
LatitudeLongitudeDateTimeBrightnessConfidenceScanTrackSatelliteVersionBright.T31FRP
5.18 97.141 2012-04-11 03:45 316.9 0 1.7 1.3 T 5.0 296.6 18.6
2.261 98.127 2012-04-11 03:45 319.0 58 1.3 1.1 T 5.0 300.0 16.5






Update time = Tue Apr 10 10:22:40 UTC 2012

Has drilling and blasting at the Lahul Spiti valley caused the Siachen glacier avalanche?
See
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rohtang_Tunnel
Lahaul Spiti
Latitude = 32.2461, Longitude = 78.0349
Keylong:
Latitude = 32.5744, Longitude = 77.0248
Siachen Glacier:
Latitude = 35.4870, Longitude = 77.0046
The technique used is NATM: The New Austrian Tunnelling method (NATM) was developed between 1957 and 1965 in Austria. It was given its name in Salzburg in 1962 to distinguish it from old Austrian tunnelling approach. The main contributors to the development of NATM were Ladislaus von Rabcewicz, Leopold Müller and Franz Pacher. The main idea is to use the geological stress of the surrounding rock mass to stabilize the tunnel itself.
The question is: What if the dams of the world cause a surge in the stress to produce a violent shake up ?
See
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/New_Austrian_Tunnelling_method

Update time = Mon Apr 9 7:00:05 UTC 2012

DAMS DID THEIR NOTORIOUS SURGE EFFECT MINING COLLAPSE at Junin Peru on 3 April and Oyan, and Gasuna sector, Lima: Dam Content surges of change, Hotspots, Earthquake, then MINE DEATHS:
http://www.laht.com/article.asp?CategoryId=14095&ArticleId=351648

PERU MINE ACCIDENT, 8 DEAD Wednesday 4 April 2012, Morning.

Location: Gasuna Sector, Lima: -12.0931, -77.0465

Earthquake occurred in Northern Peru on 3 April 2012,also in the Morning at 4.17 hrs local time:

4.7 2012/04/03 09:17:21 -5.230 -76.591 29.3 NORTHERN PERU

The hotspots preceded this:Total number of fires detected : 19
[ONLY TOP 5 RESULTS ARE SHOWN.]
LatitudeLongitudeDateTimeBrightnessConfidenceScanTrackSatelliteVersionBright.T31FRP
-10.691 -77.582 2012-04-02 18:15 336.9 88 3.0 1.7 A 5.0 296.8 152.8
-10.694 -77.603 2012-04-02 18:15 327.3 70 3.1 1.7 A 5.0 295.3 79.8
-10.69 -77.574 2012-04-02 18:15 332.6 85 3.0 1.7 A 5.0 296.7 118.9
-11.211 -77.32 2012-04-02 15:25 343.9 92 1.0 1.0 T 5.0 301.1 44.5
-11.21 -77.33 2012-04-02 15:25 364.7 100 1.0 1.0 T 5.0 300.8 98.2


Note the intense hotspots there:




Update time = Sun Apr 8 7:34:15 UTC 2012

117 Pakistani soldiers missing

as avalanche hits Siachen Glacier

(Latitude = 35.4870, Longitude = 77.0046)

at 00:30 UTC on 7th April 2012.

Hours before there was an earthquake nearby:

2012-04-06 174608.1 39.63 77.22 1 km 4.1 MM Southern Xinjiang, China
The corresponding hotspots:

Both above and below there were intense hotspots during the period:
Total number of fires detected : 531
[ONLY TOP 5 RESULTS ARE SHOWN.]
LatitudeLongitudeDateTimeBrightnessConfidenceScanTrackSatelliteVersionBright.T31FRP
46.394 77.299 2012-04-05 07:30 317.4 59 1.3 1.1 A 5.0 289.1 22.3
46.384 77.303 2012-04-05 07:30 318.8 70 1.3 1.1 A 5.0 291.9 22.9
45.486 74.332 2012-04-05 07:30 316.4 26 1.8 1.3 A 5.0 292.8 40.9
45.4 74.914 2012-04-05 07:30 311.7 48 1.7 1.3 A 5.0 295.0 23.7
45.399 75.142 2012-04-05 07:30 317.6 65 1.7 1.3 A 5.0 301.7 22.5



Total number of fires detected : 74
[ONLY TOP 5 RESULTS ARE SHOWN.]
LatitudeLongitudeDateTimeBrightnessConfidenceScanTrackSatelliteVersionBright.T31FRP
30.983 76.607 2012-04-05 16:50 309.0 64 1.1 1.1 T 5.0 291.9 16.1
30.698 76.695 2012-04-05 05:50 324.9 78 1.2 1.1 T 5.0 308.5 15.1
31.315 76.396 2012-04-05 05:50 321.1 73 1.1 1.1 T 5.0 305.1 14.1
31.502 75.305 2012-04-05 05:50 320.1 66 1.0 1.0 T 5.0 302.3 12.8
30.924 76.752 2012-04-02 20:40 325.5 100 1.1 1.0 A 5.0 287.8 38.0


Dams produce these hotspots as well. The friction in the area caused by the intense rubbing of the rocks causes rocks to be displaced violently leading to frequent avalanches in the area. After the earthquake the surge of redistribution of the applied forces by the dams resulted in the avalanche.
See the similarity to the dynamics of the Penly Nuclear Pump damage?


The 1 to 8 April 2012 8 day hotspot picture for the world reveals the possibility of a major earthquake in Turkey or Yeravan area or North East Himalayas or Japan or Northwestern Sumatra or Japan or New Zealand area:



Update time = Sun Apr 8 6:02:39 UTC 2012

Dams are setting the Antarctic ablaze.
See the following report:

What’s melting so

many glaciers in

Antarctica?

Searching for hidden

volcanoes under the ice

Posted on
http://theextinctionprotocol.wordpress.com/2012/04/07/whats-melting-so-many-glaciers-in-antarctica-searching-for-hidden-volcanoes-under-the-ice/

Look at the hotspots in the
Antarctic :Look at the hotspot data:

Total number of fires detected : 2
[ONLY TOP 5 RESULTS ARE SHOWN.]
LatitudeLongitudeDateTimeBrightnessConfidenceScanTrackSatelliteVersionBright.T31FRP
-83.53 5.39 2011-08-25 11:50 328.2 91 4.4 1.9 A 5.0 307.2 0.0
-83.496 5.494 2011-08-25 11:50 488.0 100 4.4 1.9 A 5.0 329.5 0.0

Total number of fires detected : 1
[ONLY TOP 5 RESULTS ARE SHOWN.]
LatitudeLongitudeDateTimeBrightnessConfidenceScanTrackSatelliteVersionBright.T31FRP
-72.658 35.765 2011-08-25 11:55 488.3 100 1.6 1.2 A 5.0 327.9 0.0


Total number of fires detected : 2
[ONLY TOP 5 RESULTS ARE SHOWN.]
LatitudeLongitudeDateTimeBrightnessConfidenceScanTrackSatelliteVersionBright.T31FRP
-74.384 90.032 2011-08-25 08:35 488.4 100 1.4 1.2 A 5.0 328.2 0.0
-74.364 90.009 2011-08-25 08:35 328.1 90 1.4 1.2 A 5.0 306.9 0.0


Total number of fires detected : 4
[ONLY TOP 5 RESULTS ARE SHOWN.]
LatitudeLongitudeDateTimeBrightnessConfidenceScanTrackSatelliteVersionBright.T31FRP
-70.843 94.872 2011-08-25 11:50 328.1 90 4.1 1.9 A 5.0 306.2 0.0
-70.83 94.773 2011-08-25 11:50 487.9 100 4.1 1.9 A 5.0 328.0 0.0
-70.818 94.674 2011-08-25 11:50 328.1 90 4.1 1.9 A 5.0 306.1 0.0
-70.806 94.576 2011-08-25 11:50 488.8 100 4.1 1.9 A 5.0 326.7 0.0



Total number of fires detected : 4
[ONLY TOP 5 RESULTS ARE SHOWN.]
LatitudeLongitudeDateTimeBrightnessConfidenceScanTrackSatelliteVersionBright.T31FRP
-73.992 103.226 2011-08-25 08:35 328.3 91 1.0 1.0 A 5.0 304.9 0.0
-73.976 103.192 2011-08-25 08:35 488.1 100 1.0 1.0 A 5.0 326.9 0.0
-73.96 103.159 2011-08-25 08:35 328.4 91 1.0 1.0 A 5.0 306.7 0.0
-73.944 103.125 2011-08-25 08:35 489.0 100 1.0 1.0 A 5.0 327.4 0.0


Total number of fires detected : 1
[ONLY TOP 5 RESULTS ARE SHOWN.]
LatitudeLongitudeDateTimeBrightnessConfidenceScanTrackSatelliteVersionBright.T31FRP
-68.031 106.792 2011-08-25 08:35 488.6 100 1.4 1.2 A 5.0 327.0 0.0



Total number of fires detected : 1
[ONLY TOP 5 RESULTS ARE SHOWN.]
LatitudeLongitudeDateTimeBrightnessConfidenceScanTrackSatelliteVersionBright.T31FRP
-68.058 138.01 2011-08-25 06:55 488.9 100 2.0 1.4 A 5.0 326.9 0.0



Total number of fires detected : 6
[ONLY TOP 5 RESULTS ARE SHOWN.]
LatitudeLongitudeDateTimeBrightnessConfidenceScanTrackSatelliteVersionBright.T31FRP
-73.539 141.181 2011-08-25 05:20 488.3 100 1.2 1.1 A 5.0 328.9 0.0
-73.519 141.157 2011-08-25 05:20 328.1 90 1.2 1.1 A 5.0 306.5 0.0
-73.391 140.77 2011-08-25 08:35 328.3 91 2.5 1.5 A 5.0 304.8 0.0
-73.379 140.681 2011-08-25 08:35 487.7 100 2.5 1.5 A 5.0 326.6 0.0
-73.368 140.591 2011-08-25 08:35 328.3 91 2.5 1.5 A 5.0 306.6 0.0



Total number of fires detected : 4
[ONLY TOP 5 RESULTS ARE SHOWN.]
LatitudeLongitudeDateTimeBrightnessConfidenceScanTrackSatelliteVersionBright.T31FRP
-79.984 146.71 2011-08-25 11:50 328.2 91 1.0 1.0 A 5.0 304.8 0.0
-79.993 146.617 2011-08-25 11:50 487.8 100 1.0 1.0 A 5.0 326.8 0.0
-80.002 146.525 2011-08-25 11:50 328.2 90 1.0 1.0 A 5.0 306.5 0.0
-80.011 146.432 2011-08-25 11:50 488.7 100 1.0 1.0 A 5.0 327.3 0.0


Total number of fires detected : 1
[ONLY TOP 5 RESULTS ARE SHOWN.]
LatitudeLongitudeDateTimeBrightnessConfidenceScanTrackSatelliteVersionBright.T31FRP
-88.904 151.37 2011-08-25 11:50 328.2 91 2.6 1.5 A 5.0 307.2 0.0


These longitudes are also the longitudes where the dams are applying their gigantic surge waves of forces and bending moment and the associated hotspots are evidenced.

Await once again the hotting up of the Antarctic by the dams and the break up of the glaciers.

For abundant evidence of the consequences of the dynamics of dams' surge waves of forces and water moments see
http://glaringlacuna.blogspot.com



Update time = Fri Apr 6 8:32:12 UTC 2012

A reactor at the power plant in Penly on the English Channel near the port of Dieppe shut down automatically after two small fires broke out Thursday, the plant's operator EDF said.
Firefighters easily extinguished the blazes but a cooling pump was damaged, in turn causing a joint to leak radioactive water into collection tanks located inside the reactor building, EDF said.
See the hotspots around Penly(25 Mar to 6 Apr2012 7 hrs utc)



And the earthquakes near Penly:



The heat producing earthquakes followed the hotspots and the jolt the Penly nuke got may be due to the giant surges of waves through the crust of the earth which were applied probably at the Penly foundation as the forces and bending moments due to the world's dams hit at the first fulcrum fortuitiously provided by the rocks beneath Penly and the coolant pump damage and fires followed as we are witnessing on a mammoth scale at Fukushima Daichi right now.
Smoke inside the reactor automatically triggered the shut down of the reactor at 1020 GMT on 5th Apr 2012 probably initiated by the earthquake at Algeria:

4.6 2012/04/05 04:56:23 36.189 4.564 10.1 NORTHERN ALGERIA

Penly Location:
Latitude = 49.9803, Longitude = 1.2326 .



Update time = Sat Mar 31 13:00:04 UTC 2012

The average picture for the monthly peak magnitude earthquake for April 2012 is
as follows:

Magnitude Range: 7 to 7.6 MM, Mean 7.5 MM
Date Range: 14 to 21 April with a mean of 17 April.
Studying the stress table given at the discussion under Feb 15 2012 reveals that Japan is still the most stressed area for a big earthquake followed by North East India,Tehri,Kosi Fan, West Bengal, Bangladesh, Myanmar, Malaysia, Thailand, Laos, Vietnam, China, Indonesia, and Eastern Russia; Alaska, Central America, West Coast of S. America,West Coast of USA, New Zealand and Philippines.Update time = Tue Mar 27 10:49:40 UTC 2012

Western USA is ominously blank re hotspots while in the same positive longitudes in China the hotspots have suddenly become intense after the Chile major earthquake on Mar 25 2012:
Total number of fires detected : 1676
[ONLY TOP 5 RESULTS ARE SHOWN.]
LatitudeLongitudeDateTimeBrightnessConfidenceScanTrackSatelliteVersionBright.T31FRP
28.19 114.298 2012-03-25 02:55 321.8 74 1.3 1.1 T 5.0 295.8 33.7
28.21 112.07 2012-03-25 02:55 310.9 44 1.8 1.3 T 5.0 296.1 24.6
27.691 114.877 2012-03-25 02:55 317.4 68 1.2 1.1 T 5.0 294.9 23.1
27.603 113.842 2012-03-25 02:55 312.4 54 1.4 1.2 T 5.0 295.0 17.0
27.755 111.471 2012-03-25 02:55 311.1 46 1.9 1.4 T 5.0 295.7 26.3

We should keep a watch for quakes there also.

Update time = Mon Mar 26 4:35:21 UTC 2012

SNAPSHOTS OF HOTSPOTS TO MAULE MAJOR QUAKE:


The above hotspot map for 26 MAR 12 was taken for the 14 hr UTC scan.

The three hotspot maps trace the dramatic changes in hotspot positions on the globe in tune with the dynamics of impressed surges of water moments by the world's dams as their contents undergo instantaneous changes in accordance with electric and other demands on water.

A major quake at Maule Chile on 25th March 2012:

7.1 2012/03/25 22:37:07 -35.183 -71.792 34.8 MAULE, CHILE

This was predicted by me on 29th Feb 2012(See update for 29 Feb 2012 below).

The number of hotspots increased from 7 on 24 Mar 2012 to 14 on 25 Mar 2012 in the Maule area and then the hotspots vanished in the Maule area on the 26th Mar 2012 at 5 hrs utc:

Total number of fires detected : 7
[ONLY TOP 5 RESULTS ARE SHOWN.]
LatitudeLongitudeDateTimeBrightnessConfidenceScanTrackSatelliteVersionBright.T31FRP
-34.115 -70.468 2012-03-24 18:15 325.7 79 1.5 1.2 A 5.0 308.0 28.0
-34.113 -70.451 2012-03-24 18:15 322.9 66 1.5 1.2 A 5.0 306.4 22.4
-35.648 -71.473 2012-03-24 18:15 333.9 86 1.9 1.3 A 5.0 302.6 88.7
-36.814 -71.839 2012-03-24 18:15 312.9 39 2.0 1.4 A 5.0 301.9 25.4
-38.078 -72.728 2012-03-24 18:15 310.5 36 2.4 1.5 A 5.0 297.1 32.5


Total number of fires detected : 14
[ONLY TOP 5 RESULTS ARE SHOWN.]
LatitudeLongitudeDateTimeBrightnessConfidenceScanTrackSatelliteVersionBright.T31FRP
-39.42 -71.943 2012-03-25 03:40 322.2 100 1.0 1.0 T 5.0 269.5 37.5
-34.104 -70.455 2012-03-25 14:45 326.8 80 1.0 1.0 T 5.0 301.6 22.9
-36.624 -72.566 2012-03-25 14:45 319.0 71 1.1 1.0 T 5.0 296.4 20.4
-38.142 -72.966 2012-03-25 14:45 313.0 52 1.1 1.0 T 5.0 292.3 17.9
-38.144 -72.954 2012-03-25 14:45 315.8 65 1.1 1.0 T 5.0 290.4 21.1

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