Earthquake In California ? False or True
March 21, 2011 by USA Post
Earthquake In California, (LALATE) – An email sent this weekend entitled “8.4 Earthquake prediction California” is false. In fact, the same false warning was news about a year ago. On or about April 2010, U.S. residents complained of receiving a false warning of an earthquake of 8.4 in hopes of being supposedly planned for California. This warning is doing exactly the same news this weekend, spawn by Perigee Moon on Saturday night or Supermoon and recent transmission on FOX Business Channel.
In April last year, the fake emails were sent out mistakenly widely warning of an earthquake of 8.4 for the prediction of California. As reported in Lalat at that time, April email claimed his source was an insider at a major geological center in California.
This weekend, the same bogus email is back.
This time, the alert is being fed false prediction by re-tweets. “State of California, predicts an earthquake of 8.4 in the next 24 hours” the wrong email alerts. But unlike 2010, the last is false virus warning is spreading not only online but also through mobile text messages. Tonight, Twitter users are reporting they are getting false alert even through text messages.
“Text I have, I hope it is a joke”? No body contained so anyone else “State of California, predicts an earthquake of 8.4 in 24 hours, wrote a user in the afternoon. Many argue the alert said the quake on Sunday, Monday, the next 24 hours.
All these claims are false.
There are two elements that, in addition, spawning confusion. First, many have misinterpreted the statements Supermoon last night. Secondly, a recent interview by Jim Berkland is interpreted as fact.
First, on Saturday night, we experienced one or Supermoon Perigee Moon. But NASA was exceptionally clear in saying that there are no news wave changes and the environment that occur because of the Supermoon. NASA told the news this week that the Earth has enough “energy.”
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