This Is Our 1 Week Warning! Will Huge June Megaquake Drill Be Too Late? Massive West Coast Earthquake Warning After Carbon Monoxide Levels Explode Leaves Fears Of ‘Cascadia Rising’

March 1, 2016 in News by RBN

via: News Pipeline

All across the internet over the past day, people have been talking about a massive buildup of carbon monoxide along the entire West coast of America and into Canada as seen in the videos and pictures in this story. Steve Quayle was quick to point out on his website a story from 2010 from an earthquake expert in India who points out that our planet Earth emits a burst of carbon monoxide several days prior to an earthquake and we’re told that this gas could be used as a ‘earthquake early warning system.’

The story from the Seattle Times on Saturday tells us that nearly 6,000 emergency workers including military personnel will soon be conducting a ‘Pacific Northwest megaquake exercise’ called ‘Cascadia Rising‘; held over 4 days at the beginning of June, the exercise will pretend a quake strikes that will dwarf the quake that struck on February 28th, 2001…15 years ago yesterday.

We see that casualty estimates for the exercise according to FEMA’s numbers are horrifying; more than 10,000 dead with over 30,000 injuries, 70% of the electrical grid down and 90% of port facilities damaged or completely destroyed. We’re also told the megaquake that caused all of this will likely hit magnitude 9 and will be followed by 30’ high tsunami…or bigger.

While this mega-quake exercise will be taking place in June and at ANP, we always believe it’s best to prepare for any such event, we have to ask, will such preparation in June be a bit too late? Judging by what we are seeing in the photographs and videos here, our planet might be attempting to give us a message…now…maybe we should listen wisely.

The photo below left shows what the CO2 levels looked like on February 25th at 1 pm Western time. The photo below right shows the CO levels suddenly exploding only 3 hours later. The photo at the top of this story showed maximum levels only a few hours later on the 26th of February.

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Going back to the story that Steve Quayle linked to yesterday, we see why those who live along the West coast and in the Cascadia subduction zone should be concerned about the massive uptick in carbon monoxide. Will humanity listen to the planet speaking or continue to ignore its’ warnings? We do so at our own peril.

You can check out the website referred to in the videos below yourself at this link.

If we are to believe the warnings given below, approximately one week after the maximum CO concentrations, a massive earthquake will occur. As we see in the pictures here and videos below, the date of max CO concentrations was February 25th and 26th. If this model outlined below is correct, a massive earthquake will strike along the West coast sometime between March 2nd and March 4th with the 3rd being the most likely ‘hit’ date.

Earth emits a burst of carbon monoxide (CO) a few days before an earthquake, according to geophysicist Ramesh Singh. He and co-workers from France and the United States report that this gas could be used as one of the precursor signals for an earthquake early warning system.

The scientists used data from an American satellite and analysed changes in carbon monoxide at different altitudes. “The carbon monoxide shows enhancement in concentration a few days prior to the earthquake,” Singh said.

Analysis of the satellite data showed a large peak in CO concentrations during January 19 and 20 — a week before the main earthquake event. On January 19, the total CO in the vertical column was also higher than usual. After the 26 January earthquake the concentration of the gas dropped.

According to the scientists, CO gas is forced out of the earth due to the build up of stress prior to the earthquake “influencing the hydrological regime around the epicentre.”

“The anomalous changes in CO concentrations prior to the main earthquake event and enhancement of temperature of the earth surface observed from MODIS satellite data give an indication of coupling between land and atmosphere,” the scientists report. Singh said observation by other researchers of a sudden increase in water vapour in the atmosphere and changes in the ionosphere a few days prior to the Gujarat earthquake all seem to be connected.

According to the report, all these observations including the latest discovery of CO emission show the existence of a ‘strong coupling’ between land-atmosphere-ionosphere. “The integration of all these parameters in a seismically active region therefore looks a potential approach to understand earthquake processes and may provide reliable information about an impending earthquake,” the researchers conclude.


We see in these final two pictures, the one above from the 26th and the one below from the 27th, that the carbon monoxide began dispersing by the 27th. Was this our one week warning or some other kind of anomaly? Please let us know what you think in the comment section below.