This clip from TruthTVNebraska seems to share my view that that the following Russian report reads more like a threat than a prediction. The clip quickly morphs into an interesting documentary about HAARP technology (which can allegedly cause earthquakes and in which allegedly, the Russians are more advanced). The clip is about a journalist in British Columbia who had a "Deep Throat" inside the Pentagon warning her about HAARP before it was built and telling her about its actual applications
"...the fault-riddled State of California may be about to suffer its most catastrophic earthquake in decades, as new reports for this region show the mass death of millions of fish is now occurring, and just like the mass stranding of whales on New Zealand beaches days prior to the February 22nd destruction of Christchurch."
Edited from article by BARRACUDA, Citizen Journalist
A new report released [March 12, 2011] in the Kremlin [!!!?] prepared for Prime Minister Putin by the Institute of Physics of the Earth in Moscow is warning that the Americas are in danger of suffering a mega-quake of catastrophic proportions during the next 14 days, with a specific emphasis being placed on the United States, Mexico, Central America and South American west coast regions, along with the New Madrid Fault Zone region.
This report further warns that catastrophic earthquakes in Asia and the sub-continent are also more than likely to occur - with the 7.3 magnitude quake in Japan today being one of at least four of this intensity to occur during this same time period.
Raising the concerns of a mega-quake occurring, this report says, are the increasing subtle electromagnetic signals that are being detected in the Earth's upper atmosphere over many regions of the world, with the most intense being over the US Western coastal and Midwest regions.
Important to note are that Russian and British scientists are at the forefront of predicting earthquakes based on these subtle electromagnetic signals and have joined in an effort to put satellites in space to detect more of them.
As if the prognostications for Southern California weren't dire enough, the radioactive plume from the Fukushima nuclear meltdown began blowing over the State as of Friday, March 18, 2011.