Volcano / Earthquake Watch Dec 27-31, 2011





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Targeting Coronal Hole(CH490) in the Southern Hemisphere. After analysis I have isolated 24-29° Latitude. Solar symmetry to earth the best fit regions for a possible 7.0 Magnitude Earthquake are:

Kermadec Islands Region, South Of Fiji Region, Salta Argentina or Santiago Del Estero Argentina

Second watch is targeting a Southern Polar CH extending 51-69° S latitude and represents a possible risk for one or more 5.7-6.1 Magnitude earthquakes. Possible areas:

Balleny Islands, Macquarie Islands Region or the South Sandwich Islands Region

OLR Anomalies this week are: Carlsberg Ridge, Bay Of Bengal, Nias Indonesia, Arafura Sea, Solomon Islands, Fiji and East Of Hawaii

Excellent information websites for solar watchers and researchers
Earthquake Reporting Channel
Solarwatcher website
Intro music used is royalty free and created by Kevin MacLeod
The spinning world globe at the start of the video is a free program called Earthquake3D
The use of images and voice from this video may NOT be used by another party and this video will not mirrored under any circumstances as annotations will be added to the video with important updates.

**Updates or annotated material will be added below**
Space weather agencies have now advised of CME impact on the earths magnetic field is expected sometime on Dec 29 and a possible G1 class geomagnetic storm may result.
M 5.4 EQ South Sandwich Islands Region Dec 28th
M 5.5 EQ Antarctic Ridge Dec 29th

Solar winds have still yet not normalized indicating that this significant earthquake in the southern hemisphere is still possible, this EQ watch is moved forward through to Jan 4th

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