There is no rest! Since about a week or so strong earthquakes are literally booming around the globe.
Today, April 20, 2016, three have to be added to the list: A 6.1-magnitude earthquake in Ecuador (again Muisne), a 5.8-magnitude quake off Honshu Island, Japan and a M5.8 earthquake in the middle of nowhere (almost 400km off Barbados).
Another powerful earthquake hit off Muisne, Ecuador on April 20, 2016. This strong aftershock happened at 8:33am (UTC) at a depth of 15.7 km (9.7 mi).
Another strong M5.8 quake hit an inhabitated area in the North Atlantic ocean at 10:52 am (UTC), just 2 hours later. The epicenter was situated 400.0 km (248.5 mi) E of Bridgetown, Barbados at a depth of 10.0 km (6.2 mi).
Finally, another two hours later, a 5.8-magnitude tremor struck 63.0 km (39.1 mi) NE of Namie, Japan at a depth of 40.7 km (25.3 mi) at 12:20 am (UTC).
Did you read that? Within four hours, three strong earthquakes rattled the world. And let me tell you this… They have not finished to rattle our nerves yet.
Our Earth is currently releasing a lot of inner tension and a maximum of energy. Hopefully this activity will not trigger another ‘Big One’.