Thursday, April 21, 2011

BREAKING NEWS: 6.0 Magnitude Earthquake Near the EAST COAST OF HONSHU, Japan - 21st Apr 2011 - USGS Censoring?

A 6.0 -magnitude earthquake struck of the East Coast of Honshu, Japan

The quake struck at 16.11 UTC - 76 km (47 miles) from Fukushima. Its epicenter was located with a depth of 36.6 km (22.7 miles). No damage or casualties were reported and no tsunami alert followed.

USGS Missing or Censored Earthquakes: I will start of by saying that USGS has recorded this Earthquake as an 5.6 Magnitude, However the Japanese seismic Center has it Recorded as a 6.0 Magnitude. During the past couple of weeks we have tracked many earthquakes around Japan, most of which have not appeared on USGS at all or have been downgraded.

Now I am curious why this is done, also it is no big secret that I believe
that these charts and reports are censored, so we wanted to bring you additional Proof that this is being done and you will see earthquakes from Northern California that have been listed and removed within minutes from USGS.

I am sure that some seismic equipment could be faulty or that the measurements can be upgraded or downgraded but think about it, out of thousands of seismic recorders around the world, why am I only noticing the earthquakes being removed from California?

Screen Shots are from the 17th Apr 2011 - 20th Apr 2011, you can see the update time near the top in Red.

Screen Shots taken 2 Min apart on the 17th April 2011

Screen Shots taken 1 Min apart on the 18th April 2011
Screen Shots taken 1 Min apart on the 18th April 2011
Screen Shots taken 2 Min apart on the 20th April 2011