Napier last night and yesterday + Mahia Pensiular after the storm which hit the east coast very white Island incident based weather where the eruption took place after hundred of thousands of lightening bolts (exceeding the countries annual average) hit in 72 hours with 66,000 in 24 hours alone
NBC reported in 2011 “Monsoons, hurricanes and other extreme weather events may trigger earthquakes when faults are ready to rumble. The new research presented this week at the American Geophysical Union’s annual meeting in San Francisco does not suggest that all earthquakes are caused by storms or that all storms cause quakes. But by identifying some of the many conditions that put stress on faults, the new work may help scientists better forecast future tremors.
Thomas Ader, a graduate student in geophysics at the California Institute of Technology in Pasadena told NBC. “All we’re doing now is trying to understand, after earthquakes happen, why they happened. If you push on a fault, how is it going to respond?” he added. “It’s a question we don’t understand clearly right now.”
I have read a previous report on electron arc bridges where plasma charges in the northern hemisphere (fitting with UK media reports) and is discharged in the Southern hemisphere ocean. Researchers believed this can help trigger seismic tsunami activity as powered wave action in cause the waves to inject into the fault lines and trigger in a manner similar to the conventional explosive test of the Tsunami Bomb Project Seal tested in the Haukari gulf during WWII where consecutive charges each feed the energy ultimately released in the final discharge. I have being trying to recover that specifc report for a yea r now with no luck but the following link below does confirm studies on the Pacific coast of Tohoku Earthquake (magnitude 9.0), Japan, on March 11, 2011, traced the tsunami across the Pacific Ocean by measuring the changes in the ionospheric total electron content (TEC).