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Strong new earthquakes struck near Japan on March 23: a 6.6-magnitude earthquake struck at a depth of nine miles (15 kilometers), about 353 miles (568 kilometers) northeast of the capital Tokyo, at 9:44am GMT (about 3:00 PM in Japan, 4:00 AM on the U.S. East Coast), according to the US Geological Survey.

March 24th, 2011 • 11:41 AM

If an earthquake should erupt on the US Pacific West Coast, it would either hit the San Andreas Fault in California or the Cascadia Subduction Zone in the Pacific Northwest. The Cascadia Subduction Zone has produced 41 major earthquakes in the last 10,000 years at intervals of 240 years. The last one occurred in 1700, 311 years ago, and is overdue.

March 24th, 2011 • 11:37 AM

Earthquake Warning

Did you know that the energy released during a magnitude 9 earthquake is about 13,000 times the energy that was released from the two nuclear bombs dropped during WWII?

March 22nd, 2011 • 11:09 PM

Statement issued by Jacques Cheminade, President of Solidarité et Progrès, on 16 March 2011

March 18th, 2011 • 2:28 AM

Lyndon LaRouche stated that "Japan is to be praised, above all, for its courage and stolidity and the excellent preparations which it had for dealing with such contingencies as the current crisis.

In an interview with the Voice of Russia, the Deputy Director of the Russian Academy of Sciences Institute of Geography, Arkadi Tishkov, said that the Japanese earthquake could have been provoked by the Moon and the Sun.

March 24th, 2011 • 11:40 AM

On March 16, U.S. geologist Jim Berkland forecast a seismic window and potential for a massive quake on the Pacific West Coast between March 19th to March 26.

March 24th, 2011 • 11:36 AM

LaRouchePAC has just released a video on its website, whose wide circulation is extremely urgent. "The Rim of Fire: A Discussion about the Relationship between Solar Flares and Earthquakes" demonstrates what is really at issue with the Japanese earthquake.

March 18th, 2011 • 3:23 PM
Thursday, March 17, 2011 • 1:59 PM

The coincidence of increased solar activity with a recent string of earthquakes and volcanoes along the "Ring of Fire," should prompt the sentient to pay closer attention to the peculiarities of Earth's cosmic neighborhood.