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Why 9.8 magnitude earthquake won’t hit California on May 28, 2015?

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There are lots of discussions going on social medias that a huge earthquake with magnitude 9.8 will hit California on May 28, 2015. People are worried about the planetary alignment on May 28 which will create such massive earthquake. So, how real is the source? Well the straight forward answer to it is, TOTALLY FAKE.
How the message spread then? Well, it was first posted by YouTube user Ditrianum Media on April 29 th 2015 entitled Global Coastal Event on May 28, 2015. The message reads as:

On May 28, 2015 towards the end of the day UTC time, and continuing on May 29, there will be a series of very critical planetary alignments whereby Venus and Mercury are really being charged up on the North-Amerca / Pacific side.

So, what is the possibility of happening a magnitude 9.8 earthquake in California on May 28? The first important thing to note here is that earthquakes have never been predicted till date with exact magnitude, time and location. Next, there is no way an alignment of planets can cause an earthquake on Earth.
 
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On 5/27/2015, 5:34:16, BigRed said:
 
There are lots of discussions going on social medias that a huge earthquake with magnitude 9.8 will hit California on May 28, 2015. People are worried about the planetary alignment on May 28 which will create such massive earthquake. So, how real is the source? Well the straight forward answer to it is, TOTALLY FAKE.
How the message spread then? Well, it was first posted by YouTube user Ditrianum Media on April 29 th 2015 entitled Global Coastal Event on May 28, 2015. The message reads as:

Hmm the way I heard it the times were for the alinement not the quake

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