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Nihon Jishin (Japanese Earthquakes) 04-25-2011

Nihon Jishin (Japanese Earthquakes) 04-25-2011

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 Higashi Nihon Dai-Shinsai
Nihon Jishin
(Japanese Earthquakes)
Copyright, April 25
, 2011
 Higashi Nihon Dai-Shinsai
Nihon Jishin(Japan Earthquakes)
Copyright April 25
 , 2011
have received numerous requests fromold friends in Japan asking what toexpect now on the earthquake frontsince the latest quake was on target for thenext BIG one. It is very unfortunate thatwhile the data originally supplied to us onevery tremor in Japan was part of the vastcomputer database, those who seek tomanipulate markets to ensure they willalways be profitable, were more interestedin New York dominating the financial worldwith no regard for what they destroyed.The loss to humanity is far greater thananyone can imagine for the full scope of themodel has never been made fully public. Itis true that the model projected the nextgreat earthquake period would begin in theMiyagi-
Prefecture region that wewarned on a timing interval was about 31.4years (Pi) from the June 12
, 1978 Jishin(7.7 magnitude)(1978.446) last recordedthere. It was also a question of rising
that was critical to that forecast.This placed the target window opening up
2009.846, ideally November 7
, 2009. Thefirst shock came a bit early registering 6.9 inmagnitude on June 14, 2008 at Iwate-Miyagi, the known as the
Nairiku Jishin
.While this was close to the next region thatwas due, there has been 8 major Jishinsince this window opened in Japan. Yet 5have taken place in the Miyagi-
 region. For you see, there are quiet periodsand then there are intensely active periodswith increased frequency of occurrencesthat are even wider distributed.By inputting the entire earthquake, weatherand volcano data into the computer, thecorrelations with the economy andmigration of man was uncanny. It seemed
that it was Murphy’s Law –
whatever couldgo wrong, just did, shifting the vicissitudesof fortune distinctly against empires,nations, and city states. Thus, for thesereasons, this was an interesting, and vitalinput into our computer model. Japan wascertainly no exception.
August 9, 2009Izu Islands earthquake(33.144°N, 138.040°E) 6.9-7.1August 11, 2009 Tokai Area Earthquake (33.8°N, 138.50°E) 6.5-6.6February 26, 2010
Ryūkyū Islands earthquake
(25.902°N, 128.417°E) 7.0December 21, 2010Bonin Islands Earthquake(26.866°N, 143.739°E) 7.4March 9, 2011
arthquake(38.424°N, 142.836°E) 7.2March 11, 2011
arthquake(38.510°N, 142.792°E) 9.0Aftershock almost 1 hr. later (38.106°N, 144.553°E) 7.1April 7, 2011 Miyagi Earthquake (38.253°N, 141.640°E) 7.1
1906 San Francisco Earthquake
Earthquakes, Volcanoes and weather havebeen altering the course of economies bothin modern as well as ancient times. The
1906 San Francisco Earthquake
wasresponsible for the
Panic of 1907.
It led toinvestigations that revealed that theinternal regional capital flows weredisrupted causing the
Panic of 1907
thatcontributed to the creation of the
. Obviously, a correlation of naturaldisasters to the economy reveals strikingcontributions. This does not end withearthquakes, but also extends to volcanoesas well as weather.

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