My 5.6 Southern California Earthquake Prediction Is Correct

- June 12, 2005 -

On June 5, 2005, I predicted an earthquake of magnitude more than or equal to 4.5, likely over 5 in the circle area in Southern California by this image [1] to the public. At 15:41 of June 12, an earthquake of magnitude 5.6 happened at 33.53N 116.57W [2], all exact. Comparing the report of the USGS with the predicted area, I mark the epicenter in the predicted area [3].

On one hand, if I could obtain both satellite data and earthquake data as I need, I would predict earthquakes far more precisely. On the other hand, American scientists can create very precise data, but they have not made a reliable earthquake prediction, yet. To help people in earthquake hazard, I appeal for a cooperation. Since they may not know my theory, I would like to show it here [4] or [5].


  1. Image 20050602 9:30
  2. Map 20050612SCalif5.6.jpg by the USGS
  3. Image 20050602 9:30 with the 5.6 epicenter
  4. Darrell Harrington & Zhonghao Shou Bam Earthquake Prediction & Space Technology Seminars of the United Nations Programme on Space Applications16, 39-63 (2005).
  5. Bam Earthquake Prediction & Space Technology

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