Tuesday, October 12, 2010

Prediction of Next Earthquake on the basis of Relation between 26 Number and Earthquake In INDIA

I'm Not any astrologer and numerologist who will predict about the life and time of persons. I don't no that how will i convey you that i predict last earthquake on 26th Nov. 2007 before one month to my mother that "its possible that on 26th Nov. 2007 in north or east India there is an Earthquake is coming" and on 26th Nov. 2007 its become true and it comes in Morning when we sleep and during earthquake i amazed that my words become true on that day i make other prediction that next earthquake will comes on 26th Oct. 2010 and that's why i will write this post to my blog. There is an simple relation between the Different earthquake in India or its neighbor country on that today i will publish my prediction that on 26th Oct. 2010 its possible that Earthquake will comes in the India and its maximum possibilities that earthquake will effect mostly North and East India which is my secondary prediction.

Now i will provide some data about earthquake that comes in INDIA on 26th Date i.e.

1) 26th January 2001

The 2001 Gujarat earthquake occurred on January 26, 2001, India's 51st Republic Day, at 08:46 AM. The epicentre was Bhuj (23.6° N 69.8° E) Gujarat, India. With a magnitude of between 7.6 and 8.1 on the Richter scale, the quake killed around 20,000 people (including 18 in South eastern Pakistan), injured another 167,000 and destroyed nearly 400,000 homes.[3]

This was an intraplate earthquake, one that occurred at a distance from any plate boundary where plate tectonics create most earthquakes, so the area was not well prepared. The event was the result of stored energy in a collision margin. The shock waves spread 700 km. 21 districts were affected and 600,000 people left homeless.

2) 26th December 2004

The 2004 Indian Ocean earthquake was an undersea megathrust earthquake that occurred at 00:58:53 UTC on December 26, 2004, with an epicentre off the west coast of Sumatra, Indonesia. The quake itself is known by the scientific community as the Sumatra-Andaman earthquake.[3][4] The resulting tsunami is given various names, including the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami, Asian Tsunami, Indonesian Tsunami, and Boxing Day Tsunami.

The earthquake was caused by subduction and triggered a series of devastating tsunamis along the coasts of most landmasses bordering the Indian Ocean, killing over 230,000 people in fourteen countries, and inundating coastal communities with waves up to 30 meters (100 feet) high.[5] It was one of the deadliest natural disasters in recorded history. Indonesia was the hardest hit, followed by Sri Lanka, India, and Thailand.

With a magnitude of between 9.1 and 9.3, it is the third largest earthquake ever recorded on a seismograph. This earthquake had the longest duration of faulting ever observed, between 8.3 and 10 minutes. It caused the entire planet to vibrate as much as 1 cm (0.4 inches)[6] and triggered other earthquakes as far away as Alaska.[7] Its hypocenter was between Simeulue and mainland Indonesia.[8]

The plight of the many affected people and countries prompted a widespread humanitarian response. In all, the worldwide community donated more than $7 billion (2004 U.S. dollars) in humanitarian aid.

3) 26th November 2007

A light (M4.0-M4.9 range termed as "light") earthquake was felt in the Delhi Metropolitan area as well as in adjoining parts of the states of Haryana, Rajasthan & Uttar Pradesh on the morning of 26 November 2007 at 04:42 AM IST. It had a magnitude of Mb=4.
7 and was felt in Delhi causing widespread panic as well as some minor damage in the region. The red star denotes the revised NEIC-PDE epicentre while the purple star shows the IMD epicentre.
This earthquake was centred (NEIC red star)
7.6 kms SW of Chanakyapuri (Delhi), India,

11.2 kms SSE of Paschim Vihar-Punjabi Bagh (Delhi), India,
13.4 kms SW of Connaught Place (Delhi), India,
13.7 kms SSW of Karol Bagh (Delhi), India,
14.1 kms NE of Gurgaon (Haryana), India,
kms SW of Shahdara (Delhi), India,
25.9 kms NW of Faridabad (Haryana), India,
32.1 kms WSW of Ghaziabad (Uttar Pradesh), India,
64.4 kms SE of Rohtak (Haryana), India,
75 kms SW of Meerut (Uttar Pradesh), India.

Tremors from this earthquake were felt strongly throughout the NCR and in parts of the adjoining states of Haryana, Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh for 15-20 seconds. People were woken up the tremor in many parts of Delhi including at Ashok Vihar, Bhajanpura, Chanakyapuri, Civil Lines, Dilshad Gardens, Dwarka, Gautamnagar, Gole Market, Indirapuram, Jiya Serai, JNU, Katwaria Serai, Lajvanti Gardens, Lajpatnagar, Lakshmi Nagar, Lodhi Colony, Malviya Nagar, Mayur Vihar, Mehrauli, Moti Bagh, Munrika, Ohkla, Palam, Paschim Vihar, Patel Nagar, Rajouri Gardens Rohini, Sarita Vihar, South Extension, Vasant Enclave, Vasant Kunj and Vasundhara Enclave. There was no effect on the Delhi Metro that was not running at the time of the earthquake.

Tremors were also strongly felt in eastern Haryana. Buildings developed cracks at Balore while strong tremors were felt at Bahadurgarh, Charkhi Dadri, Jind, Faridabad, Gurgaon, Hissar, Panipat, Rewari, Rohtak and Sonepat. Window panes were broken at Rewari while it was widely felt in Gurgaon including at DFL, Jaikampuri, Miyawali Colony, Old Railway Road, Omnagar, Patel, Malibu Town, Nagar, Rajiv Nagar, Sadr Bazaar, Shivajinagar, Sector 2, Sector 5 and Sector 14. Power supply was also disrupted in Gurgaon temporarily. In neighbouring Uttar Pradesh, minor damage was reported to buildings at Bagpat, Badaut, Meerut and Noida. Some buildings developed cracks in Sectors 32 and 71 in Noida. In Ghaziabad, people ran outdoors in panic while in Meerut, parked cars were seen shaking. Tremors were also felt at Bulandshahr, Faridabad, Govardhan and Mathura. Tremors were also experienced in adjacent parts of Rajasthan including at Alwar, Chirawa, Jaipur, Jhunjhunu, Kaman, Sikar and Sikri Patti. In Jaipur, it was felt in several parts of the city including at Amera, Jawaharnagar, M.D. Road and Shriji Ki Mori.

This is one of the strongest earthquakes in the Delhi region since 2001 and the biggest since 1960. It is also the strongest earthquake to originate within or in the immediate vicinity of a city with a population over one million since the Mw=5.8 Jabalpur earthquake in 1997. Prior to this latest earthquake, the strongest local earthquakes to have originated within the Delhi metropolitan area since the 1960 Gurgaon earthquake was a Mb=4.3 earthquake in the Dwarka-Najafgarh area on 28 April 2001 that caused minor damage & widespread panic. The strongest known earthquakes in the Delhi region include the M6.0 Khurja-Bulandshahr earthquake on 10 October 1956, the M6.0 Gurgaon earthquake on 27 August 1960 and the Mb=5.6 Moradabad earthquake on 15 August 1966. Historically, the 15 July 1720 earthquake in the Delhi region caused the greatest damage in the city causing many deaths and widespread damage including knocking down large parts of the Shaharepanah (city wall) in Old Delhi from Kabuli Gate to Lal Darwaza and the battlements of the Fatehpuri Masjid.

4) 26th October 2010
And this Earthquake will comes on 26th october 2010, So please refer this articles to your friends who knows this article may help them.