Before the current post, a reader asks: Will the San Andreas go off this year? For anyone not immediately familiar with the name, it's a significant geological fault about 1200 km /750 mi in length, passing through California USA and Mexico. Portions of the metropolitan areas of San Francisco and Los Angeles are built on top of it. The fault line has severe seismic potential, demonstrated in San Francisco in 1906. A large portion of that city was destroyed by an earthquake on this fault.
Sayeth The Committee: "No. The desire to know the year will naturally lead to the month, the week and even the day. Not for everybody however for many inquirers, some of whom will denounce the forecast as completely unreliable, untrustworthy and the medium a con artist. The remainder who believe the forecast, will pass through that period of time worried, stressed or just mildly concerned but nevertheless, concerned.
Pre-event anxiety will not provide a post event benefit.
Having said the above, we also say, the occurrence of the event is supremely difficult to place along a human calendar. The event occurs in a three-dimensional matrix, and its location, what time means, is quite different depending on the angle from which the event is viewed inside the matrix."