It appears our concerns have become somewhat validated over the last 24 hours. There was a 6.5 quake in Alaska and 2 M Class solar flares within the last 18 hours. Both of the flares are earth directed and the sunspot anomalies are growing more complex rapidly.
Updated 11/13/2012 @ 00:50 UTC
Two M-Class Solar Flares
Solar activity picked up in a hurry with the emergence of Sunspot 1613 located in the southern hemisphere. A solar flare reaching M2.0 was detected at 23:28 UTC late Monday, followed by an impulsive M6.0 event at 02:04 UTC early Tuesday morning.
6.5 Earthquake Alaska Event Time
2012-11-12 10:42:15 UTC-10:00 at epicenter
Location – 57.544°N 142.889°W depth=55.2km (34.3mi)
248km (154mi) S of Cape Yakataga, Alaska
502km (312mi) W of Juneau, Alaska
544km (338mi) SE of Anchorage, Alaska
549km (341mi) WSW of Whitehorse, Canada
554km (344mi) SE of Knik-Fairview, Alaska
* This quake was a horizontal slip and not a vertical slip so no tsunami was generated.
We also believe this does not diminish our concerns as the other events are STILL building. In fact it increases our concerns and certainly everyone in coastal areas should stay very alert at least for the next 2-7 days. Please pay attention if you are in any coastal areas. Again, no need to panic or bug out, but be ready to move quickly. Depending on where you live, East Coast or West Coast you will have between 4 to 12 hours to get to high ground if a megaquake with associated tsunami is generated. That’s not a long time.