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Global Disaster Forecast – UPDATE 17 Mar

Posted by feww on March 18, 2011

This is an UPDATE to an earlier release dated March 16, 2011

THE WORLD’S NEXT MAJOR DISASTER COULD STRIKE THE U.S.

The world’s next major anthropogenic or human-enhanced natural disaster [e.g., climate related] could occur in the United States with a probability of 0.75

The world’s next catastrophic tectonics event could occur in

  1. Western United States, Taiwan, Indonesia, or FIJI Islands [Probability of 0.74]
  2. New Zealand Region or Chile [Probability of 0.73]
  3. Japan Region [Probability of 0.72]

FIRE-EARTH forecasts for Disasters cover 2 levels:

  • Specific Events
  • Global Impact

An explanation of the relationship between the disasters that were to occur in 2010 and those occurring in 2011 and beyond and their Global Impact has been previously posted on the blog. See below for links:

2010 Disasters: Planetary collapse driven by man-made cataclysms
Fire-Earth Moderators believe at least one disaster could strike somewhere on the planet each day, throughout 2010. The outlook for 2011 and beyond …Go to links page for 2010 Disaster Calendar

2011 SIX TIMES MORE DISASTROUS THAN 2010: FIRE-EARTH Forecast
Humans
continued to devour energy at a rate of 17.3terrawatt in 2011, when maximum ‘safe’ limit was less than 1.9terrawatt … Go to links page for 2011 Disaster Calendar

Related Links:

  • EQJP [Includes Summary of Japan Earthquake Forecasts]

Links to Disaster Calendars:

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