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Published on Mar 2, 2011
Astrotometry Log March 3rd, 2011 approximately 01:05 UTC at the time of this recording.
Earthquake Watch thru March 5th, 2011
Astrotometry of recent solar activity indicates an incoming magnetic disturbance which may coincide with a major seismic event. The disturbance is expected to arrive around March 4th and an associated seismic adjustments would most likely occur in the hours before the event.
Sustained higher frequency energy moving through this disturbance from multiple active solar regions is likely to mitigate the potential seismic activity. But the size of the disturbance and the potentially complimentary trajectories of recent coronal mass ejections indicate events as strong as 7.7 in magnitude may be possible.
The probability of a seismic event over 6.5 in magnitude is presently considered near 30 percent before March 6th, 2011.
The fractal origin of the incoming disturbance could foreshadow a strong earthquake near 20 degrees north latitude. But multiple magnetic distortions in the interplanetary magnetic field may conduct the incoming potentials to other latitudes.
Regions which could be effected, ordered by matches to known correlative criteria:
Form similarity with the disturbance, and recent seismic activity may indicate the boundary between the Pacific Plate and the North American Plate.
Form similarity with the disturbance, and recent seismic activity may indicate the boundary between the Indian and African plates.
The watch event could also occur in another region since location is uncertain.
This scientific log is a service of the Cosabio Virtual Institute. The analysis provided is for informational purposes only, and is not intended to prompt emergency response. Emergency managers are encouraged to use all available data, including other earthquake indicators in consideration of appropriate action. This watch may use data products from NASA, SOHO, SDO, USGS, NRL, NOAA, The University of Maryland, Stanford University, SolarMonitor.org, SpaceWeather.Com and Google none of which are responsible for it's contents. Results of this watch will be annotated at the end of this video.