Tuesday, October 16, 2012

[SWAG] M8.0+ Aftershock Due East of Cape Inubosaki, Japan @ 35.8 , 141.1

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In our previous blog post we detailed that a magnitude 8.0+ aftershock is still due as a result of the great "Fukushima" Tohoku 9.0+ earthquake. Looking at the available data at a 50,000 foot level, from a shear flow perspective, our Scientific Wild Assed Guess  [SWAG]   is that the largest Tohoku aftershock will occur off of the coast of Cape Inubosaki, Japan @ 35.8 , 141.1 .

More info will follow in a video detailing the information.

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