View Full Version : well I was right on the money!!!!!!!!!!!!! Earthquake of 7.4 yesterday in Mexico!!!!
21st March 2012, 12:14
Ok how in the world was I able to perdict the date and magnitude of the most recent earthquack in Mexico on March 2????
If you dont believed me then take a look at the thread. So I guess I need to figure out when the next one will be. Im saying it right now it will happen in 188 to 189 day from yesterday!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Be ready!!!!!!
21st March 2012, 12:51
Yes, I saw it in the news this morning. Do you think this is the big one or that there are going to be more?
21st March 2012, 15:42
March 22nd is the 189 day mark
21st March 2012, 20:58
Tommorrow is the big day.. brace yourself and take good care, all of you..
21st March 2012, 21:03
21st March 2012, 21:08
Yes Gooty well noted! I would have expected a slip o' the tongue from Crested Duck more likely;)
On a more serious note. You guys in Mexico take care ok?
22nd March 2012, 12:10
First I pray everyone in Mexico is ok!!!!! Now then as far as the 22nd being 189............ come on!!!! I mean really we all know that our method of keeping time while it is good enough here on earth it does not always work well in space and for the big picture, the one we can't see. So we are splitting hairs if we go there. Finally from my understanding there is a chance that there could be a second quake in 8,11, or 15 day periods with an equal or greater magnitude. However, we also have to take the whole thing with a grain of salt as on average in recent times there is a quake, on earth, with a magnitude of 7.0 or greater every 25 days or so. If we look at all quakes it would seem there is no cycle but....... maybe there is just one pattern. Can we find a pattern for the others maybe 1 every 100 years on a certain day or every 380 days IDK. What I do know is if you have over laying patterns all with unique lengths of time then the over all picture would appear random, would it not? So, do we at the dates around
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