California: still bakin', soon shakin'The rest is Here
Predicted earthquake pre-shocks have already begun
July 14, 2008
In a series of recent columns, this writer has made some comments that caused scoffing. In fact, an entire Free Republic forum page has been dedicated to "'cussing and discussing" one of my recent columns, "The Tribulation has already begun." That column drew a link from the California wildfires, through idol worship at the Bohemian Grove, to the likelihood of earthquakes soon all in the same pro-homosexual region of Northern California. Well, the foreshocks of those earthquakes have already begun and, right on schedule!
On the day before the annual Bohemian Grove gathering started last week, a small earthquake occurred near Green Valley, California. Interestingly, that earthquake occurred almost to the minute at the time in which my most recent column, "Hot rocks could roll!" was posted on the Internet. More important than that timing is the trend shown by the geographic locations of an entire series of "micro-earthquakes" in that same vicinity.
Actually that third column by Tom Kovach is the one that led me to this forum. It’s the one with all the pretty USGS maps that are totally unconnected to where the REAL fire zones were. It also makes a big deal out of a magintude 2.6 earthquake near the Bohemian Grove last week. Big Whoopy. I guarantee you that no human being can even detect magnitude 2.6 quakes without the aid of elaborate instrumentation. They happen pretty much every day around here and no one notices.
My prediction is that Kovach will latch onto any earthquake that happens anywhere in the world anytime this year and use it to declare victory. Do we have a bet?