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