- When does a comet slow down?
- When does a comet shoot plasma discharges?
Apparently, 41P does, well at least Gizmodo admitted scientists have acceded to the first, anyway.
The 41P/Tuttle-Giacobini-Kresák Comet exchang(ed) “plasma discharges” with our planet, within days of NOAA issuing its strange geomagnetic storm warning on 1 January—as the Sun is in solar minimum with barely no sunspots (or CMEs) occurring—the entire American continental region began experiencing an unprecedented outbreak of powerful earthquakes—to include the 7.6 magnitude earthquake that struck the Caribbean on 9 January, the massive 7.3 magnitude earthquake that struck the coast of Peru on 14 January, the 6.5 magnitude earthquake that struck the Gulf of California on 19 January, the deep and strong 6.3 magnitude earthquake that struck Chile on 21 January—and that have now all been joined by the 23 January 8.2 magnitude earthquake that just hours ago struck off the coast of Alaska.
According to the US Geological Survey (USGS), the number and geographical area of earthquakes, as well as their magnitude, show an increased destabilization in the Basin and Range Province of the US—and particularly Reno, Nevada is experiencing an unprecedented earthquake swarm that no cause cannot be accounted for.
All earthquakes striking American continental region since 1 January 2018 (Red—earthquakes occurring on 23 January… Orange—earthquakes occurring on 22 January… Yellow—earthquakes occurring in the past 2 weeks).
(This) unprecedented American continental earthquake outbreak cannot much longer be tolerated—and whose most probable fault-tension release will be in California whose already massive fault system has been put under further strain by the Alaskan earthquake—(but that) even to the entire American-Mexican coastlines, should now be considered as vulnerable—and whose next major 7+ magnitude earthquake is expected to occur within days, not weeks.