By Mitch Battros – Earth Changes Media
Jul 10, 2010 – 12:40:04 PM
The NOAA Space Weather Center is
predicting slightly higher solar activity from sunspot region 1087 over
the next few days. It will be just in time for July 11th full solar
eclipse. At this time I will be making one of my rare predictions.
I predict increased earthquake and
volcanic activity to occur over the next 14 days. The events I am
speaking of will be large to mega events causing high fatalities and
significant damage. I would suggest the areas of most interest would be
Bay of Bengel, Baja California, Mexico, Puerto Rico Region, Japan
Region, and Mediterranean Region.
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History shows at almost all full solar
eclipse events, large earth changing events occur within 14 days prior
to, and 14 days after the eclipse.
Increase Sunspot Activity
New sunspot region 1087 was numbered today
and produced three C-class events. The largest of these was a C3/Sf at
09/1951Z. Solar activity forecast is expected to see continued C-class
flares with a chance of M-class events.
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