Friday, June 10, 2016

California Bear Fat Earthquake Predictor On Target: 5.2-Magnitude Earthquake Hits Borrego Springs

One week ago on the 3rd of June just north of Los Angels a dead bear was found by the side of the road with its fat, gallbladder & paws removed:
Bear Found With Paws, Gallbladder Removed On Canyon Country Freeway
SANTA CLARITA ( — Wildlife officials Friday were investigating the mutilation of young bear that was struck by a vehicle in Canyon Country. Caltrans workers found the bear, believed to have been about two years old and around 150 pounds, on Highway 14 near Sand Canyon Road, according to the state Department of Fish and Wildlife. Its four paws and gallbladder had been removed.“For somebody else to come over and maim the animal after it’s already dead or wounded, that’s just night right at all as far as I’m concerned,” said Todd Werner of Canyon Country. Fish and Wildlife spokesman Andrew Hughan told the Los Angeles Times investigators believe the bear was mutilated after it was hit. “There were no signs of a gunshot, broken legs or hip — this was a crime of opportunity,” Hughan was quoted as saying. “We are very confident it was hit by a car. This desecration of the body was done afterward.” CBS Read More>>>>>>>
Bear fat is used to predict earthquakes. 

The bear was hit by a car and someone took advantage of the situation to remove the paws, fat & gallbladder. The person knew what they were looking for. 

I don't know if the individual who mutilated the bear was intent upon using the bear fat to predict an impending earthquake for the Los Angeles area.

Today's earthquake took place south of Los Angeles:

 5.2-Magnitude Earthquake Hits Borrego Springs
A 5.2-magnitude earthquake struck near Borrego Springs, according to the USGS. The earthquake occurred at 1:05 a.m. about 13.7 miles northwest of Borrego Springs, according to the USGS.The earthquake was a preliminary 5.1 magnitude, according to the USGS. The 5.2-magnitude quake was followed by at least five smaller aftershocks in Borrego Springs, including a 3.5 magnitude quake at 4:14 a.m., according to the USGS. There were no immediate reports of injuries or damage in Los Angeles, Orange, and San Diego counties, fire officials said. Around 2:45 a.m., about 3,000 people reported feeling the earthquake, according to the USGS. Residents reported feeling the earthquake in Los Angeles, Orange and Ventura counties, and the Inland Empire. NBC Read More>>>>>>>
One would think that Bear fat taken from an area Bear is a better predictor of area earthquakes. 

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