I don’t feel like looking them up again, just to show you, so instead I will predict that there…
Mitchell S. Smith

The premise that you could cast doubt on climate science by predicting earthquakes sounds absurd on its face (even if you had given locations for the prediction), but I looked it up anyway.

There were no magnitude-7+ earthquakes from June 12–17, 2017. There was a magnitude 6.8 earthquake 10 hours ago and a 6.9 earthquake on June 14, both in Guatemala.

6.9 cannot count, since you said “no M7 events have happened since January 22”, which excludes the other 6.9 earthquakes on 2/29 and 4/24.


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