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SOTT Earth Changes Summary – February 2023: Extreme Weather, Planetary Upheaval, Meteor Fireballs



A devastating 7.8 magnitude earthquake struck southern Turkey and northern Syria on the morning of February 6. A second major earthquake of 7.5 magnitude struck the region 9 hours later, causing further severe damage and destruction of buildings. On February 20, a 6.4 magnitude earthquake struck Hatay, and on February 27, a 5.6 magnitude earthquake centered in Malatya also caused many damaged buildings to collapse and increased the death toll. More than 150 aftershocks were also recorded.

46,000 people in Turkey and 6,0000 in Syria lost their lives, and at least 1.5 million people are now homeless. More than 160,000 buildings have collapsed or been severely damaged. It’s hard to know the true number so far, it could be much higher.

The immediate damage is estimated at $34 billion – or about 4% of the country’s annual economic output. But the indirect costs of the quake could be much higher, and recovery will be neither easy nor quick.

Just for the record, a prediction model based on the geometry between celestial bodies related to seismic activity (SSGEOS) highlighted a potential major earthquake in central Turkey days before the event above:

This model is still developing, but it seems promising for predicting major earthquake events with reasonable accuracy.

A series of earthquakes also struck Tajikistan, with the largest measured at magnitude 6.8, according to the USGS. The quake was felt strongly across the border in some areas of Kashgar Prefecture and Kizilsu Kyrgyz Autonomous Prefecture in Xinjiang, but no casualties or damage were reported.

A massive late-winter storm moved across the US, dumping record snow, freezing temperatures, and heavy flooding, canceling hundreds of flights, and coating major roads with ice. However, the same system brought record warmth to the South.

Other related significant events in the U.S. this month:

– Tooele, Utah – 2 feet of snow overnight.
– Michigan – Snow and ice storm leaves 461,000 without power.
– Cheyenne, Wyoming – 4 feet of snow and record cold of -19C.
– Southern California – 6 feet of snow.

And around the world:

– Iranian Kuhrang, Iran – Record 8.2 feet of snow in 48 hours.
– Morocco – Record 7.2 feet of snow left 87 villages isolated.
– Austria – 1.2 feet of snow in 24 hours.
– Balkans – Heavy snowfall cuts power to thousands.
– Mayorce, Spain – 20 inches of snow and a sudden drop in temperature.

All this and more in our SOTT Earth Changes Summary for February 2023.

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  1. A devastating 7.8 magnitude earthquake struck southern Turkey and northern Syria on the morning of February 6. A second major earthquake of 7.5 magnitude struck the region 9 hours later, causing further severe damage and destruction of buildings. On February 20, a 6.4 magnitude earthquake struck Hatay, and on February 27, a 5.6 magnitude earthquake centered in Malatya also caused many damaged buildings to collapse and increased the death toll. More than 150 aftershocks were also recorded.

    46,000 people in Turkey and 6,0000 in Syria lost their lives, and at least 1.5 million people are now homeless. More than 160,000 buildings have collapsed or been severely damaged. It's hard to know the true number so far, it could be much higher.

    The immediate damage is estimated at $34 billion – or about 4% of the country's annual economic output. But the indirect costs of the quake could be much higher, and recovery will be neither easy nor quick.

    Just for the record, a prediction model based on the geometry between celestial bodies related to seismic activity (SSGEOS) highlighted a potential major earthquake in central Turkey days before the event above: https://www.sott.net/preview/362981-SOTT-Earth-Changes-Summary-February-2023-Extreme-Weather-Planetary-Upheaval-Meteor-Fireballs

    This model is still developing, but it seems promising for predicting major earthquake events with reasonable accuracy.

    A series of earthquakes also struck Tajikistan, with the largest measured at magnitude 6.8, according to the USGS. The quake was felt strongly across the border in some areas of Kashgar Prefecture and Kizilsu Kyrgyz Autonomous Prefecture in Xinjiang, but no casualties or damage were reported.

    A massive late-winter storm moved across the US, dumping record snow, freezing temperatures, and heavy flooding, canceling hundreds of flights, and coating major roads with ice. However, the same system brought record warmth to the South.

    Other related significant events in the U.S. this month:

    – Tooele, Utah – 2 feet of snow overnight.

    – Michigan – Snow and ice storm leaves 461,000 without power.

    – Cheyenne, Wyoming – 4 feet of snow and record cold of -19C.

    – Southern California – 6 feet of snow.

    And around the world:

    – Iranian Kuhrang, Iran – Record 8.2 feet of snow in 48 hours.

    – Morocco – Record 7.2 feet of snow left 87 villages isolated.

    – Austria – 1.2 feet of snow in 24 hours.

    – Balkans – Heavy snowfall cuts power to thousands.

    – Mayorce, Spain – 20 inches of snow and a sudden drop in temperature.

    All this and more in our SOTT Earth Changes Summary for February 2023.

  2. always show the bad side of the nature in this channel…. but let me explain you one thing : we're living on an alive planet…we are a part of creature's world so it's normal to see all of this. Humankind must adapt itself, the nature always win…;-)

  3. ربنا أفرغ علينا صبرا?و ثبت أقدامنا?و ٱنصرنا?على القوم الكافرين?لا إله إلا الله ?الملك لله?و لله الحمد ? ? ? ?

  4. The Aurora Borealis used to be green and blue. As the Earth's magnetic field continues to weaken we now see pink as well. See Suspicious Observers for more scientific space weather news. The Earth's magnetic north is on the run….

  5. Animals are aggravated by electromagnetic events, brain interference. Earthquakes,solar activity and the poles shifting again, give off electricity. lightning, so do volcanic eruptions

  6. Anybody ask what happens when all that melted pole ice scatters around the world. Even if it's only a half inch over a million miles. Earth quake? And their taking about expecting a rise of a foot.

  7. The whales are trying to get out of the water because of that MULTI-MILLION gallon spill from Florida. Remember that. REMEMBER THAT. Oh, God they know not what they've done.

  8. So terrible to see dead whales and dolphins so very very wrong. God (if he actually exists) has a lot to answer for – he could at least look after them during all this.

  9. The more climate change takes affect, the longer these videos get. So much devastation around the world.
    What's up with the dolphin and whale deaths in new jersey? Suspect it might be sonar from submarines.

  10. Got those pink northern lights here a half dozen times in February, pink lights mean the middle atmosphere is getting hit. Thanks again for your videos, watching from the badlands of south east Alberta.

  11. When people say that all disasters happening now are "normal" and that it has been the same over the years, I always think:. They don't read the Bible and they are totally ignorant of the end times signs, and of course they don't watch SOTT.

    Even if people don't read the Bible, they just have to watch your summaries each month to realize this is NOT normal.

    God bless everyone, and please for tbe love of God and for your beloved ones and yourself, consider surrending your own will before Jesus Christ, the time runs out.

    Thank you!

  12. Thank you SOTT for this amazing compilation. Crazy how much is happening and people wouldn't even realize it until after seeing one of your videos.

  13. New research shows the Earth's tilt or wobble is the biggest influencer climate change. Not cows farting. Today, on March 4, 2023 at noon, Earth's axial tilt, or mean obliquity was 23.43626° or 23°26'10.5". Google-where is the earth wobble now 2023

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