October 17, 2016 Michael Janitch Leave a comment
Facebook1,568TwitterGoogle+PinterestRedditEmail[url=https://www.addtoany.com/share#url=https%3A%2F%2Fdutchsinse.com%2F10172016-earthquake-progression-across-4000-miles-m6-4-strikes-china-after-m6-9-in-west-pacific%2F&title=10%2F17%2F2016 %E2%80%94 Earthquake Progression across 4%2C000%2B miles%21 M6.4 strikes China after M6.9 in West]Share[/url]
A vast area of the West Pacific and Asia were displaced over the past 12 hours which resulted in two similar sized earthquakes across 4,000+ miles / 6,700km distance.
Starting 12 hours prior with a M6.9 earthquake in Papua New Guinea, pressure then transferred to the West, which caused an additional M6.4 earthquake in China , North of Myanmar.
Information on this new M6.4 earthquake from the USGS:
M6.4 – 135km NE of Dartang, China
2016-10-17 07:14:50 UTC 32.910°N 94.872°E 32.1 km depth
This westward pressure transfer is something I have talked about at length for several years, explaining in many videos how pressure transfers West from the West Pacific while causing similar sized earthquakes over vast distances.
See my past post(s) regarding this very intriguing topic:
Watch the video explanation here: