Mysterious Booms in Southcentral Alaska on January 3 2012 – A link to today’s Alaska 7.5-mag Earthquake?

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craig 7.5 mag earthquake, Alaska, January 5 2013

January 3 2013 – Eagle River to the Mat-Su Valley, Alaska. KTUU reports that residents from Eagle River to Mat-Su Valley heard booms between 8 p.m. and 10 p.m. Thursday the 3rd of January 2013 for which no causes and sources have been already found. In parallel to the booms, houses and furniture in buildings shaked. Are these shakings small tremors which are too slight to be recorded by seismographs (< 2)? And were these small tremors a sign for the 7.5-magnitude temblor centered about 60 miles west of Craig, Alaska and which struck at 1 a.m. PST today (Saturday, 05.01.2013)? This link is possible according to research calculations that I presented here.

Can small tremors predict larger Earthquakes? What do you think about this idea? Well, this Alaska example would be a good argument for this theory…

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