Recent Earthquakes Occurring on Camping’s May 21 Judgment Day, Latest in Kermandic New Zealand at 6.1

By on May 22, 2011 in Events, Science, World Comments

Recent Earthquakes
Image courtesy of U.S. Geological Survey

United States Geological Survey (USGS) has recorded on May 21, 2011, supposedly the Judgment Day, 34 earthquakes all over the world, which has a magnitude of 2.5 or greater.  As of Sunday, May 22 3:04 UTC 2011, there were 6 earthquakes occurring in Taiwan at magnitude 5 and Kepuluan Babar, Indonesia at 4.8. This was reported at the USGS site (usgs.gov), May 22.

The earthquakes that should have occurred on May 21 Judgment Day as predicted by Harold Camping yields only one significant event, the Kermandic New Zealand earthquake, which occurred at magnitude 6.1.

The rest of the 33 earthquakes occurred worldwide on May 21. Earthquakes with a magnitude of 4.5 to 5.9 happened in specific regions in Chile, Banda Sea, Japan, North Mid Atlantic Ridge, Northern Alaska, Fiji Islands, Indonesia, Philippines, Solomon Islands, South Sandwich Islands regions, and Papua New Guinea. There were no reported casualties and only a slight tremor was felt in certain specific regions in these countries.

The closest occurrence that would support Harold Camping’s Judgment Day prediction is the volcanic eruption in New Zealand. Local New Zealand news sites reported on May 22, 2011, that the Grimsvotn volcano in New Zealand has erupted but air travel is still in operation with no massive casualties.



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