If Dutchsinse wants to show an increase in earthquake activity, perhaps he should have compared his results to historical data. Instead he spends 14 minutes proving, quite conclusively, that there is significant earthquake activity in areas where we would expect to find significant earthquake activity. I'll be sure to send him a note thanking him for pointing out the obvious.
At one point he predicts that there is going to be magnitude 6 quake on the west coast soon. Considering the US averaged about 7 magnitude 6 or higher earthquakes per yr. over the last 10 yrs, and there hasn't been one in 2011 yet, then yes, it's safe to say the US is due for a mag. 6 or higher quake.
This guy is claiming "chemtrail" grids, sprayed from non-commercial planes, are deflecting a large storm. He's saying they're non-commercial because their flight routes are not showing up on the planefinder.net website. Firstly, the crosshatch contrail patterns could have been created hours earlier by regular commercial planes that havee long since landed or left the map area. Secondly, planefinder.net and other flight tracking sites are very inaccurate.
I just compared the airspace off the coast of Florida near Jacksonville on both planefinder.net and flightaware.com. Planes are being tracked on one site that are not showing up on the other. One reason could be that they don't seem to track every airline. for instance, I doesn't look like planefinder.net tracks WestJet flights.
I just didn't have it in me to look at the last video.
Considering the US averaged about 7 magnitude 6 or higher earthquakes per yr. over the last 10 yrs, and there hasn't been one in 2011 yet, then yes, it's safe to say the US is due for a mag. 6 or higher quake.