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Signs 53 – Divergent Trends Emerge

Signs 53 – Divergent Trends Emerge

| June 7, 2021

The numbers for May 2021 show the emergence of divergent trends for fireballs on one hand, and earthquakes of all magnitudes on the other. While fireballs continue to rise, we’re now seeing small monthly drops in earthquakes this year.   However, given the current earthquake activity on the West Coast and Hawaii this month, let’s not […]

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Signs 50 –  An Ominous Sign

Signs 50 – An Ominous Sign

| March 13, 2021

The Signs data for February 2021 much like that of the previous month, except for one huge difference.  An ominous sign has appeared in three of the fireball data subsets and it is particularly troubling.  We will address this and future concerns in this article.  Meanwhile, for those of you who follow Planet X and […]

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Signs 48 – 2020 Worst Ever for Fireballs and Earthquakes

Signs 48 – 2020 Worst Ever for Fireballs and Earthquakes

| January 10, 2021

The Signs data for 2020 is that it was the highest year on record for earthquakes of all magnitudes and observed fireballs.  Not by a little but rather, by a lot!  Worse yet, we’re all distracted by the current political crisis.  It’s like being at the bottom of a dogpile as the nation undergoes a […]

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Signs 45 – A Quiet Holiday Season?

Signs 45 – A Quiet Holiday Season?

| November 8, 2019

The Signs data for October 2019 is an odd mix as compared with previous months. Overall, the impression is that we’ve entered a period of transition as compared with trends previously reported. On the one hand, we could be approaching a stabilization point where these troubling upticks could begin to level off somewhat. On the […]

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Signs 43 – How California Sinks Into the Ocean

Signs 43 – How California Sinks Into the Ocean

| September 26, 2019

Over the past year, our Signs earthquake database has developed an anomalous pattern with respect to a very large earthquake (VLE) swarms. In this article, we will present our hypothesis of what the data is telling us. A hypothesis is a proposed explanation for a phenomenon, and the data we’ll examine in this article is […]

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Signs 42 – Beware of Falling Rocks

Signs 42 – Beware of Falling Rocks

| September 18, 2019

In terms of fireballs and earthquakes, August 2019 was a record-breaking month. Of the two trends, the more disturbing (and they’re both awful) last month was fireballs. Also, we saw two more very large earthquake (VLE) swarms, and this confirms a pattern dating back to the VLE swarms in Hawaii. Another new development are purple […]

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Signs 41 – Very Large Earthquake Swarms are Becoming Ominous

Signs 41 – Very Large Earthquake Swarms are Becoming Ominous

| August 12, 2019

This 41st installment of the Signs series was the most heartbreaking of all, for all of us here at Yowusa.com. This is because of what we’re seeing with earthquakes of all magnitudes and observed fireballs. Good Lord, it’s bad. Our most significant concern now is something we first reported on in Signs 39 – Is […]

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Signs 40 – Crustal Undulation and Planet X

Signs 40 – Crustal Undulation and Planet X

| July 7, 2019

A 7.1 rocked Southern California on July 5, 2019, and it was a wake-up call for savvy Americans.  However, given the lack of a respectable death toll, it was another nothing burger Earth event despite the somewhat dark and guarded prognostications of scientists. Is this another case of blah, blah, blah, buy some fresh flashlight […]

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Signs 31 – 2018 Was The Worst Ever!

Signs 31 – 2018 Was The Worst Ever!

| January 13, 2019

In terms of observed fireballs and earthquakes of all magnitudes, 2018 was the worst year on record. In fact, the worst yet for recorded history. In Signs 30 – Wait and See or Wait and Die, we stated: “2018 is in the last furlong, and unless December 2018 stumbles, we will be announcing in 2019, […]

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Signs 29 – The Power of Distraction

Signs 29 – The Power of Distraction

| November 4, 2018

In two more days, the nation will vote in in the midterms.  A day many see as heralding a fundamental shift in the nation’s political agenda.  Whether you are on the left or the right, one thing is for sure; we’re all distracted. Worse yet, the feeling of free speech in our nation is in […]

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