Climate risk Scientist Doctor Simon Atkins was interviewed by Chief Meteorologist Kevin Lemanowicz on Fox 25 news on Friday the 17th of May, 2013
Simon Atkins mentions within the above interview on Fox, that never in recorded history has there been four X-Class solar flares within such a small time span. (You can read more about those recent X-Class solar flares here.)
As a result of such powerful solar flares, there is an energetic output containing such elements as radiation and plasma, which can in turn cause shifts in the tectonic plates on the Earth causing events such as tsunamis. Through Simon Atkins company, Advanced Forecasting Corporation, they have been able to pin point a location which has a heightened risk of a tsunami. That location is in the North Atlantic Ocean.
Within the video on Fox news above, the key threat time window is specified from May the 20th through to June the 5th. But Simon has confirmed to me and also through past interviews he has done, that the 22nd and 23rd of May is most likely the time period for an event or series of events to begin.
The Atlantic earthquake risk zone is in a triangle from Iceland to the Canary Islands to St. Louis, MO (from Charlotte NC in the USA). If there is an earthquake of 6-8+, in this zone, it could ripple out the energy to make the tsunami, even if the earthquake is over the land east of St. Louis, because everything travels under land and water energetically and magnetically.
The Royal Academy of Engineering (UK) has predicted that there is a 100% chance of a strong solar radiation blast toward earth, possibly equalling the Carrington Event.
The UK is setting up a "Space Weather Board" saying that future solar flares could be a large threat to the stability of the country .
The North Atlantic basin has had the largest electromagnetic 'pulse' (since last year) when Simon Atkins started putting the risk scenario together. Because of that, that specific geographic location attracts the magnetic pulses from the sun. That is why they have been concentrating on the North Atlantic and not another ocean.
Dr. Simon Day at the Benfield Greig Hazard Research Centre in London has said not if, but when an Atlantic tsunami occurs. He goes further by talking about a 100% chance of a tidal wave hitting Britain and other areas around the Atlantic. Information from Doctor Simon Day can be found within this article below.
Britain faces tidal wave threat | Mail Online
The median scenario of an event taking place in the North Atlantic would produce a 6-8 Richter scale earthquake causing a 10-40 foot wall of water that could move at 100-200 mph across the Atlantic.
For those wanting to get a detailed summary of the webbots Global Coastal Event prediction, go here.
SOURCE: transients.info: Climate risk Scientist Doctor Simon Atkins on Fox News 25 - Global Coastal Event validation