The Caribbean plate tension is increasing and this area is now due for another major earthquake, an article published today by The Extinction Protocol said.
Troubling signs of the growing agitation for this plate are seen in the twin 5.8 and 5.0 quakes that struck the Honduras region on April 7, 2011. Now the seismic tension appears to be mounting—- simultaneous earthquake swarms are occurring in both Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands.
On April 9th, a 3.1 and a 3.5 earthquake erupted in the region of the Dominican Republic. In addition, the neighboring Cocos plate is reeling from the tension with a swarm of its own erupting in Baja California. Other unrelated planetary earthquake swarms are also occurring off the coast of Honshu Japan, in the state of Arkansas, in Central Alaska, and in the Ionian Sea near Greece.
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