November 29, 2022

Earthquake Rattles Near Anchorage, Alaska

Recently there was an earthquake that registered 5.8 on the Richter Scale. The center of the quake, according to one resident of Anchorage, was 27 miles west of the city and centered 33 miles below the surface. No major damage was done evidently.

In the photo below, it shows the general area of the center of the quake.

Photo by Al Remington

I wonder if the quake was so strong that it shook the back half of this truck off?

Photo by Al Remington


Radio Interview With John L. Casey (IEVPC) and Dr. Rich Swier

Mr. John L. Casey is International Earthquake and Volcano Prediction Center ( Co-Founder and Chairman. Mr. Casey is also President of the Space and Science Research Corporation (SSRC), a leading climate science research organization. Mr. Casey is a former White House space program advisor, NASA Headquarters and Congressional Consultant and space shuttle engineer.

John is a leading researcher on the science of solar activity cycles and their impacts on climate change and associated catastrophic geophysical events (CGE), including earthquakes, tsunamis and volcanic eruptions, and is the author of the widely acclaimed climate science book “Cold Sun.”

John has a BS degree in Physics and Mathematics (JSU) and an MA degree in Management (Webster). He has also been past Chairman of GFSD, an international charity that provided aid to women and children in Iraq and Afghanistan. You can contact Mr. Casey directly at

His peer reviewed scientific paper, “The Theory of Relational Cycles of Solar Activity” also called the “RC Theory,” is available at the ‘RC Theory” page on this site.