Another large earthquake has struck the Pacific plate.
Yet again, a M7.0 earthquake has struck , this time in the West Pacific on the island of Papua New Guinea.
Video report here:
This large seismic event follows a M6.9 earthquake less than 24 hours ago which occurred near Cleveland Volcano in Alaska.
Overall, to see TWO M7.0 earthquakes strike in one days time, this lets us know that major movement is taking place in the Pacific, and we should expect movement in North America as “compensation” resulting from this overall Pacific plate movement.
As I warned in my video last week, that THIS COMING week we’d most likely see a ramping up of events, and would begin seeing multiple M7.0 earthquakes —- this is starting to occur now.
Here is the video warning for this week to see coming M7.0 earthquake activity (after over a month without any occurring):
Information on this M7.0 earthquake from the USGS:
|Location/uncertainty||2.690°S 138.479°E± 6.4 km|
|Depth/uncertainty||52.9 km± 6.0|
|Number of Stations||–|
|Number of Phases||103|
|Minimum Distance||693.07 km (6.23°)|
|Travel Time Residual||1.30 sec|
|FE Region||Papua, Indonesia (201)|