Tuesday, June 28, 2016

PREDICTING DAMQUAKES-5

Copyright © 2017 Ramaswami Ashok Kumar

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06-05-2017 12:35 UTC





The hotspots in North India may be precusor to a mighty earthquake in the Himalayas during May 2017:









Total number of fires detected : 5426
[ONLY TOP 5 RESULTS ARE SHOWN.]

LatitudeLongitudeDateTimeBrightnessConfidenceScanTrackSatelliteVersionBright.T31FRPDayNightType
 33.13933  74.15773    2017-05-06    08:24    341.4   nominal    0.6  0.4    N    1.0NRT    309.3    6.2    D 
 32.64139  71.4679    2017-05-06    08:24    347.9   nominal    0.4  0.4    N    1.0NRT    316.5    31.8    D 
 32.63789  71.46852    2017-05-06    08:24    349.1   nominal    0.4  0.4    N    1.0NRT    316.9    16.7    D 
 32.63382  71.46456    2017-05-06    08:24    348.0   nominal    0.4  0.4    N    1.0NRT    316.8    17.4    D 
 32.6344  71.46915    2017-05-06    08:24    346.9   nominal    0.4  0.4    N    1.0NRT    316.9    16.7    D 

4 May 2017 13:27 UTC
A deadly consequence of dam surges awaited in South East China?
See hotspot count:
Total number of fires detected : 6107
[ONLY TOP 5 RESULTS ARE SHOWN.]
LatitudeLongitudeDateTimeBrightnessConfidenceScanTrackSatelliteVersionBright.T31FRPDayNightType
 18.97496  104.30216    2017-05-03    05:54    345.3   nominal    0.5  0.4    N    1.0NRT    292.2    29.1    D 
 18.14735  100.00971    2017-05-03    05:54    351.0   nominal    0.3  0.6    N    1.0NRT    294.0    4.6    D 
 18.47357  101.55989    2017-05-03    05:54    338.1   nominal    0.5  0.5    N    1.0NRT    294.7    73.6    D 
 18.4726  101.55495    2017-05-03    05:54    346.5   nominal    0.5  0.5    N    1.0NRT    302.3    73.6    D 
 18.23207  100.34786    2017-05-03    05:54    338.3   nominal    0.6  0.6    N    1.0NRT    288.8    7.2    D 


Peak Magnitude earthquake in May 2017:
Prediction:
7.7 MM between 13th May and 20th May 2017 in the hotspot region indicated in the table above.

26 April 2017
An earthquake imminent in Mexico? See hotspot count :















Melting of rocks and the dynamics of dams goes on.











Total number of fires detected : 4402
[ONLY TOP 5 RESULTS ARE SHOWN.]

LatitudeLongitudeDateTimeBrightnessConfidenceScanTrackSatelliteVersionBright.T31FRPDayNightType
 20.31421  -88.83135    2017-04-26    20:00    330.4   nominal    0.7  0.8    N    1.0NRT    298.0    5.1    D 
 20.34927  -88.39624    2017-04-26    20:00    338.6   nominal    0.7  0.8    N    1.0NRT    293.7    8.9    D 
 20.32244  -88.73037    2017-04-26    20:00    367.0   nominal    0.7  0.8    N    1.0NRT    303.0    43.2    D 
 20.35698  -88.20711    2017-04-26    20:00    330.2   nominal    0.7  0.8    N    1.0NRT    294.4    6.0    D 
 20.37141  -88.02053    2017-04-26    20:00    367.0   nominal    0.8  0.8    N    1.0NRT    296.2    30.0    D 

7 April 2017 08:11 UTC
The peak magnitude damquake for April 2017 is expected to be  of moment magnitude 7.6 -8.1 MM and to occur between 14 and 21 April 2017. The candidate locations are the Colombia, Western Central Africa, the Himalayas, Thailand, Vietnam or Eastern part of central India including the east coast or China or Japan or the Pacific Rim. 
The hotspots and cloud pictures for 14 April 2017 confirm the validity of this prediction:




















Extracted at 10:50 UTC on 14 April 2017.




Total number of fires detected : 1115
[ONLY TOP 5 RESULTS ARE SHOWN.]
Latitude
Longitude
Date
Time
Brightness
Confidence
Scan
Track
Satellite
Version
Bright.T31
FRP
DayNight
Type
 22.49044 
 -104.74404  
  2017-04-13  
  20:42  
  335.1 
  low  
  0.4 
 0.6  
  N  
  1.0NRT  
  305.8  
  3.0  
  D 

 22.48598 
 -104.73796  
  2017-04-13  
  20:42  
  332.1 
  low  
  0.4 
 0.6  
  N  
  1.0NRT  
  306.9  
  3.9  
  D 

 22.43033 
 -104.81883  
  2017-04-13  
  20:42  
  350.2 
  nominal  
  0.3 
 0.6  
  N  
  1.0NRT  
  303.5  
  4.6  
  D 

 22.42468 
 -104.82249  
  2017-04-13  
  20:42  
  346.0 
  nominal  
  0.3 
 0.6  
  N  
  1.0NRT  
  305.3  
  4.6  
  D 

 22.42502 
 -104.81902  
  2017-04-13  
  20:42  
  333.8 
  low  
  0.3 
 0.6  
  N  
  1.0NRT  
  305.3  
  4.6  
  D 



Total number of fires detected : 4514
[ONLY TOP 5 RESULTS ARE SHOWN.]
Latitude
Longitude
Date
Time
Brightness
Confidence
Scan
Track
Satellite
Version
Bright.T31
FRP
DayNight
Type
 14.05421 
 -10.27791  
  2017-04-13  
  02:48  
  322.9 
  nominal  
  0.3 
 0.6  
  N  
  1.0NRT  
  294.7  
  4.0  
  N 

 14.05359 
 -10.27467  
  2017-04-13  
  02:48  
  305.3 
  nominal  
  0.3 
 0.6  
  N  
  1.0NRT  
  293.6  
  4.0  
  N 

 14.0497 
 -10.28251  
  2017-04-13  
  02:48  
  367.0 
  nominal  
  0.3 
 0.6  
  N  
  1.0NRT  
  302.0  
  12.4  
  N 

 14.04913 
 -10.27956  
  2017-04-13  
  02:48  
  353.8 
  nominal  
  0.3 
 0.6  
  N  
  1.0NRT  
  296.6  
  4.0  
  N 

 14.05026 
 -10.28542  
  2017-04-13  
  02:48  
  311.4 
  nominal  
  0.3 
 0.6  
  N  
  1.0NRT  
  293.7  
  12.4  
  N 






Total number of fires detected : 2748
[ONLY TOP 5 RESULTS ARE SHOWN.]
Latitude
Longitude
Date
Time
Brightness
Confidence
Scan
Track
Satellite
Version
Bright.T31
FRP
DayNight
Type
 18.65016 
 84.06375  
  2017-04-13  
  07:12  
  348.5 
  nominal  
  0.4 
 0.5  
  N  
  1.0NRT  
  308.8  
  15.6  
  D 

 18.60606 
 83.80315  
  2017-04-13  
  07:12  
  343.8 
  nominal  
  0.4 
 0.5  
  N  
  1.0NRT  
  310.5  
  6.8  
  D 

 18.4557 
 82.86184  
  2017-04-13  
  07:12  
  336.6 
  low  
  0.5 
 0.5  
  N  
  1.0NRT  
  308.3  
  1.7  
  D 

 18.35698 
 82.2716  
  2017-04-13  
  07:12  
  341.8 
  low  
  0.5 
 0.5  
  N  
  1.0NRT  
  314.4  
  4.7  
  D 

 18.01731 
 80.5228  
  2017-04-13  
  07:12  
  343.0 
  nominal  
  0.4 
 0.6  
  N  
  1.0NRT  
  310.2  
  2.4  
  D


Total number of fires detected : 4676
[ONLY TOP 5 RESULTS ARE SHOWN.]
Latitude
Longitude
Date
Time
Brightness
Confidence
Scan
Track
Satellite
Version
Bright.T31
FRP
DayNight
Type
 24.049 
 97.4145  
  2017-04-13  
  07:12  
  367.0 
  nominal  
  0.3 
 0.6  
  N  
  1.0NRT  
  310.9  
  31.8  
  D 

 23.59756 
 93.18092  
  2017-04-13  
  07:12  
  344.3 
  nominal  
  0.5 
 0.4  
  N  
  1.0NRT  
  307.0  
  43.9  
  D 

 24.04385 
 97.41429  
  2017-04-13  
  07:12  
  341.2 
  nominal  
  0.3 
 0.6  
  N  
  1.0NRT  
  299.1  
  31.8  
  D 

 23.5982 
 93.18634  
  2017-04-13  
  07:12  
  367.0 
  nominal  
  0.5 
 0.4  
  N  
  1.0NRT  
  316.0  
  43.9  
  D 

 23.74247 
 94.47382  
  2017-04-13  
  07:12  
  338.2 
  nominal  
  0.4 
 0.5  
  N  
  1.0NRT  
  307.0  
  3.1  
  D 


Total number of fires detected : 3461
[ONLY TOP 5 RESULTS ARE SHOWN.]
Latitude
Longitude
Date
Time
Brightness
Confidence
Scan
Track
Satellite
Version
Bright.T31
FRP
DayNight
Type
 42.76471 
 129.26343  
  2017-04-13  
  17:54  
  295.4 
  nominal  
  0.5 
 0.5  
  N  
  1.0NRT  
  270.0  
  1.1  
  N 

 42.77942 
 129.3204  
  2017-04-13  
  17:54  
  296.3 
  nominal  
  0.5 
 0.5  
  N  
  1.0NRT  
  267.2  
  0.8  
  N 

 42.89207 
 129.7797  
  2017-04-13  
  17:54  
  337.7 
  nominal  
  0.5 
 0.5  
  N  
  1.0NRT  
  273.9  
  4.3  
  N 

 44.14314 
 129.25732  
  2017-04-13  
  17:54  
  320.1 
  nominal  
  0.4 
 0.5  
  N  
  1.0NRT  
  277.3  
  2.2  
  N 

 44.14725 
 129.25926  
  2017-04-13  
  17:54  
  295.2 
  nominal  
  0.4 
 0.5  
  N  
  1.0NRT  
  276.3  
  0.7  
  N 

Total number of fires detected : 3482
[ONLY TOP 5 RESULTS ARE SHOWN.]
Latitude
Longitude
Date
Time
Brightness
Confidence
Scan
Track
Satellite
Version
Bright.T31
FRP
DayNight
Type
 21.68337 
 99.10386  
  2017-04-13  
  05:30  
  353.8 
  nominal  
  0.8 
 0.8  
  N  
  1.0NRT  
  292.4  
  18.1  
  D 

 22.20509 
 98.83216  
  2017-04-13  
  05:30  
  333.4 
  nominal  
  0.8 
 0.8  
  N  
  1.0NRT  
  290.3  
  100.6  
  D 

 22.32623 
 98.97704  
  2017-04-13  
  05:30  
  367.0 
  nominal  
  0.8 
 0.8  
  N  
  1.0NRT  
  295.9  
  112.6  
  D 

 22.32827 
 98.98498  
  2017-04-13  
  05:30  
  353.6 
  nominal  
  0.8 
 0.8  
  N  
  1.0NRT  
  291.5  
  112.6  
  D 

 22.32439 
 98.96986  
  2017-04-13  
  05:30  
  347.6 
  nominal  
  0.8 
 0.8  
  N  
  1.0NRT  
  290.8  
  149.5  
  D 




CLOUD COVER OVER THE GLOBE
http://satellite.imd.gov.in/insat.htm









1 March 2017  08: 24 UTC 
The peak magnitude damquake for March 2017 is expected to be  of moment magnitude 8.1 MM and to occur between 13 and 19 March 2017. The candidate locations are the Rift valley, Western Turkey, the Himalayas, Myanmar,Thailand, Vietnam or Eastern part of central India including the east coast or China or Japan or the Pacific Rim.

12 February 2017 13:17 UTC


Prediction of the peak magnitude damquake for February 2017 is picked up from the following table. It is expected to be 6.9-7.6 MM between 12th to 18th February 2017. The long time average for the prediction is working because of the repetitive action of the rains in filling up the dams during the monsoons and emptying them in the dry season in accordance with water demand.
The expected location: Pacific Rim or the Himalayas.
See how the world's dams are causing earthquakes and collateral damage at:
 http://predictingquakes.blogspot.in/2015/04/the-science-of-dams-causing-earthquakes.html
The table of predictions:

http://3.bp.blogspot.com/_M7xF3QuZtjg/Sog1iX2zsAI/AAAAAAAABNE/5p4xygP3akg/s1600-h/image004.gif

  18 January 2017 11:43 UTC
Earthquakes in Central Italy near Rome due to dams of the world:
See exacerbation of hotspots on the 13 deg long:
Total number of fires detected : 4214
[ONLY TOP 5 RESULTS ARE SHOWN.]

LatitudeLongitudeDateTimeBrightnessConfidenceScanTrackSatelliteVersionBright.T31FRPDayNightType
 10.11255  11.88354    2017-01-17    01:18    310.5   nominal    0.4  0.6    N    1.0NRT    290.1    0.0    N 
 10.11205  11.88614    2017-01-17    01:18    312.9   nominal    0.4  0.6    N    1.0NRT    290.4    0.0    N 
 9.8284  13.3434    2017-01-17    01:18    303.6   nominal    0.5  0.7    N    1.0NRT    290.8    0.0    N 
 10.10669  11.88374    2017-01-17    01:18    304.6   nominal    0.4  0.6    N    1.0NRT    288.7    0.0    N 
 10.10612  11.88675    2017-01-17    01:18    304.7   nominal    0.4  0.6    N    1.0NRT    290.1    0.0    N 

The earthquakes:
 2017-01-18   10:25:25.01hr 16min ago

42.49 N  13.31 E  95.3 CENTRAL ITALY


F2017-01-18   10:24:16.31hr 17min ago42.60 N  13.17 E  104.5 CENTRAL ITALY


F2017-01-18   10:16:39.51hr 25min ago42.55 N  13.28 E  114.6 CENTRAL ITALY


F2017-01-18   10:15:33.21hr 26min ago42.53 N  13.29 E  104.7 CENTRAL ITALY
262
V2017-01-18   10:14:10.81hr 28min ago42.53 N  13.28 E  95.7 CENTRAL ITALY


F2017-01-18   09:52:11.81hr 49min ago42.91 N  13.13 E  83.2 CENTRAL ITALY
408
V2017-01-18   09:25:41.32hr 16min ago42.55 N  13.26 E  95.3 CENTRAL ITALY
(EMSC)
10 January 2017 at 06:53 UTC
A major deep focus damquake(earthquake caused by dams) has occurred in the Celebes Sea:
2017-01-10   06:13:47.9

4.44 N  122.64 E  626  7.3 CELEBES SEA
(EMSC)

M 7.3 - 188km SSE of Tabiauan, Philippines

Time
Location
4.463°N 122.575°E
Depth
612.7 km
(USGS)
2 January 2017 at 1426 UTC
The peak magnitude earthquake(damquake) for January 2017 is expected to be of moment magnitude  7.7 between 11 to 17 January 2017.
The candidate locations are the Himalayas, the Pacific Rim, China and Indonesia.

17 December 2016 at 11:38 UTC
A great earthquake has occurred at Papua New Guinea on 17 December 2016:
2016-12-17   10:51:11.7 43min ago
4.52 S    153.46 E    100  8.0   NEW IRELAND REGION, P.N.G. Source:EMSC
 This is as predicted for the peak magnitude earthquake for December 2016(See below)

2 December 2016 at 0706 UTC and 5 December 2016 13 UTC:
The peak magnitude earthquake(damquake) for December 2016 is expected to be of moment magnitude  8.7 between 09 to 16 December 2016.
The candidate locations are the Himalayas, the Pacific Rim, China and Indonesia.
See Web Fire Mapper for 5 December at 13z:



















 


Look at the hotspots in this region(Africa):

Total number of fires detected : 7114
[ONLY TOP 5 RESULTS ARE SHOWN.]
Latitude
Longitude
Date
Time
Brightness
Confidence
Scan
Track
Satellite
Version
Bright.T31
FRP
DayNight
Type
 4.97694 
 25.5471  
  2016-12-04  
  23:48  
  301.6 
  nominal  
  0.4 
 0.4  
  N  
  1.0NRT  
  287.9  
  0.0  
  N 

 5.60842 
 24.6772  
  2016-12-04  
  23:48  
  306.3 
  nominal  
  0.4 
 0.4  
  N  
  1.0NRT  
  289.2  
  0.0  
  N 

 5.85741 
 25.11369  
  2016-12-04  
  23:48  
  309.8 
  nominal  
  0.4 
 0.4  
  N  
  1.0NRT  
  290.0  
  0.0  
  N 

 5.86128 
 25.11074  
  2016-12-04  
  23:48  
  306.1 
  nominal  
  0.4 
 0.4  
  N  
  1.0NRT  
  289.9  
  0.0  
  N 

 5.39202 
 28.15054  
  2016-12-04  
  23:48  
  300.5 
  nominal  
  0.5 
 0.4  
  N  
  1.0NRT  
  289.7  
  0.0  
  N 


Thus the following regions empirically are candidates for the peak magnitude earthquake in December 2016:

5,25; 25,115; 35,119. That is Africa, Europe(going up the latitude) and  China.

Look at Australia:
Total number of fires detected : 3533
[ONLY TOP 5 RESULTS ARE SHOWN.]
Latitude
Longitude
Date
Time
Brightness
Confidence
Scan
Track
Satellite
Version
Bright.T31
FRP
DayNight
Type
 -18.89023 
 141.92505  
  2016-12-04  
  15:30  
  320.5 
  nominal  
  0.5 
 0.4  
  N  
  1.0NRT  
  297.9  
  0.0  
  N 

 -18.86317 
 141.81856  
  2016-12-04  
  15:30  
  334.2 
  nominal  
  0.5 
 0.4  
  N  
  1.0NRT  
  297.8  
  0.0  
  N 

 -18.88921 
 141.9224  
  2016-12-04  
  15:30  
  314.6 
  nominal  
  0.5 
 0.4  
  N  
  1.0NRT  
  297.4  
  0.0  
  N 

 -18.86359 
 141.8204  
  2016-12-04  
  15:30  
  333.6 
  nominal  
  0.5 
 0.4  
  N  
  1.0NRT  
  297.7  
  0.0  
  N 

 -18.87477 
 141.9059  
  2016-12-04  
  15:30  
  314.1 
  nominal  
  0.5 
 0.4  
  N  
  1.0NRT  
  297.4  
  0.0  
  N 



And going up the longitude we have on the Pacific Rim, Japan(See web fire mapper above). Applying the precautionary principle appreciate the fact that Fukushima melting was caused by a DAMquake of 9 MM moment magnitude, meaning it was caused by the dams of the world. See some events and comments thereon regarding Fukushima the extinction breeder:
http://enenews.com/urgent-emergency-at-fukushima-after-rocked-by-m7-4-quake-tsunami-wave-hits-destroyed-nuclear-plants-cooling-systems-at-reactor-failed-prime-minister-we-must-grasp-extent-of-damage-ex
 For the remedy for modern civilization which is destroying itself by fake news and wrong actions see
http://collateralsofclimatechange.blogspot.in/2015/12/thinking-outside-box-trees-for-dams.html
For disregarding evidence regarding the suicidal action of the dams of the world and its consequences see
http://collateralsofclimatechange.blogspot.in/2015/11/tamilnadu-flood-during-north-east.html and all references therein  for evidence enough for man to abandon modern civilization NOW.




15 November 2016 at 05:22 UTC
The prediction for the peak magnitude earthquake has been realised on the Pacific Rim:
2016-11-13   11:02:58.4

42.69 S  172.97 E  10 7.9  SOUTH ISLAND OF NEW ZEALAND

2 November 05:03 UTC
The peak magnitude earthquake(damquake) for November is expected of moment magnitude  7.9 between 14 to 21 November 2016.
See
http://3.bp.blogspot.com/_M7xF3QuZtjg/Sog1iX2zsAI/AAAAAAAABNE/5p4xygP3akg/s1600-h/image004.gif

The candidate locations are the Himalayas, China, Central Italy and the Pacific Rim.  



See the FIRMS Web Fire Mapper data:
The maximum number of fires at 0547 hrs UTC on 10 Nov 2016 is:
Total number of fires detected : 4266
[ONLY TOP 5 RESULTS ARE SHOWN.]

LatitudeLongitudeDateTimeBrightnessConfidenceScanTrackSatelliteVersionBright.T31FRPDayNight
 29.18449  76.00092    2016-11-09    21:24    303.0   nominal    0.5  0.7    N    1.0NRT    285.6    0.0    N 
 29.56292  74.64453    2016-11-09    21:24    295.2   nominal    0.4  0.6    N    1.0NRT    283.6    0.0    N 
 29.55961  74.642    2016-11-09    21:24    301.1   nominal    0.4  0.6    N    1.0NRT    283.7    0.0    N 
 30.0498  73.56002    2016-11-09    21:24    300.9   nominal    0.3  0.6    N    1.0NRT    283.8    0.0    N 
 30.04881  73.5595    2016-11-09    21:24    297.2   nominal    0.3  0.6    N    1.0NRT    283.9    0.0    N 


The maximum number of fires at 05:46 UTC on 5 November 2016 are at:





Total number of fires detected : 3572
[ONLY TOP 5 RESULTS ARE SHOWN.]

LatitudeLongitudeDateTimeBrightnessConfidenceScanTrackSatelliteVersionBright.T31FRPDayNight
 30.5729  76.92383    2016-11-04    21:18    297.4   nominal    0.4  0.6    N    1.0NRT    285.1    0.0    N 
 30.57286  76.92112    2016-11-04    21:18    295.6   nominal    0.4  0.6    N    1.0NRT    284.9    0.0    N 
 31.25011  76.92946    2016-11-04    21:18    296.0   nominal    0.4  0.6    N    1.0NRT    284.1    0.0    N 
 31.25761  76.92619    2016-11-04    21:18    297.9   nominal    0.4  0.6    N    1.0NRT    284.4    0.0    N 
 32.38779  72.14411    2016-11-04    21:18    304.6   nominal    0.4  0.5    N    1.0NRT    290.5    0.0    N 

3 October 2016 at 04:39 hrs UTC
The peak magnitude damquake for October is expected of moment magnitude 7.8 MM between 15 to 21 October 2016. The likely candidates for the epicenter are the Pacific Rim, the Himalayas or China.
See for example:
http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2016-10-02/heightened-earthquake-alert-issued-for-southern-california
and
http://www.imd.gov.in/pages/earthquake_prelim.php

4 September 2016 at 04:29 UTC
The peak magnitude damquake for September 2016  is expected of magnitude 7.9 or greater between 11th to 18th September 2016 on the Pacific Rim or China or in the Himalayas. 


20 August 2016 at 04:25 UTC
As expected there has been a major earthquake on 19 August 2016:
2016-08-19   07:32:23.0

55.33   S    31.97   W    10   7.4   SOUTH GEORGIA ISLAND REGION


12August 2016 at 12:50 UTC
A 7.7 MM magnitude earthquake is expected between 14th to 20th August 2016 either in the Pacific Rim Region or in the Himalayas.
There has been a major earthquake in the Pacific Rim Region today:
2016-08-12   01:26:36.4

22.49 S  173.09 E    20  7.1   SOUTHEAST OF LOYALTY ISLANDS

30 July 2016 at 05:24 UTC
As predicted by me on 1 July 2016, a 7.7 MM magnitude earthquake occurred in the Pacific Rim Region:
2016-07-29   21:18:30.4

18.58 N  145.51 E  269  7.7 PAGAN REG., N. MARIANA ISLANDS



Notice the cloud cover over India on 29 July 2016 surrounding the centre of gravity of the world's dam contents at 21.5, 81.5: Dams are controlling rainfall, including the All India Rains which flooded many parts of India on 29th July 2016:






See The science of dams causing earthquakes and climate change at
http://predictingquakes.blogspot.in/2015/04/the-science-of-dams-causing-earthquakes.html

 

16 July 2016 at 04:54 UTC
Looking at the clouds on the Himalayan arc, one sees the hotspots beneath them!
Grim foreboding for a major quake.



5 July 2016 at 11:39 UTC
Look at the eye of the South West Monsoon over India at the centre of gravity of the world's dams at 21.7, 81.7:




1 July 2016 at 05:15 UTC
The peak magnitude earthquake for July is expected to be of 7.7 MM magnitude between 16th to 22nd July 2016. The likely candidates for the location: Pacific Rim, The Himalayas. The surges of the dams of the world is the cause.
There have been cloudbursts in Uttarakhand which killed 9 people. See how the clouds are clustered around the centre of gravity(22,82.6) of the world's reservoirs behind the dams:


28 June 2016 at 15:11 UTC 

Heavy rains resulted in floods in China and loss of lives. Also forest fires blazed in Southern California. Applying the precautionary principle, these were caused by the dam surges of hundreds of thousands of terawatts of power as the south west monsoon progressed and there were surges of changes in world dam contents.
Cloud cover over India is hovering around the center of gravity of dams as of 27 June 2016 at 22.35, 82.65:
http://satellite.imd.gov.in/insat.htm 
While San Andreas fault is near the California forest blazes(83 km away), the dam surges at present are unable to crack the tough nut that San Andreas fault is, but are able to cause floods and forest fires.

We should watch out for the faults like San Andreas as the monsoon progresses and dam content changes reach a cresendo in the coming days.

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