Quake rainbow spotted over Los Angeles

From Weatherspace.com:

San Diego residents are reporting shaking continuing in the area. The shaking, according to the USGS, is likely due to the Easter quake this year which rocked the region. Twitter is rolling with reports of rainbow cloud over Los Angeles today. Reports are coming in that this looks similar to before both the China and Chile quakes where residents reported and took photos of such events in the sky. While no one can be sure what it means, people should always be prepared for a major Earthquake in Southern California as it is seismically active.”
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Weatherspace also reportsFreedom of speech can go a very long way, however with false reporting in Earthquake prediction can one be held accountable? Luke Thomas, a resident from Jupiter, Florida, has a site called QuakePrediction.com. His site attempts to predict Earthquakes based on fault friction due to heating of the surface. Thomas was debunked by ABC7 in Los Angeles as he made a prediction that failed no more than a month ago. Now he predicts a major earthquake around 7.7 magnitude to strike 100 miles around San Bernardino, California before the weekend is over. Thomas runs ads on his Web site. The driving reason he does this is so his ads can make money. TheWeatherSpace.com would not like to contribute to this scheme, however there is no choice but to put this prediction in many eyes to see what happens. Rainbow clouds similar to what was seen over China and Chile before their major quakes were seen over the Los Angeles areas today. These clouds may or may not signal a quake as there is no evidence to support the theory, however people are keeping an eye on supplies. Thomas’ prediction came on May 9th, 2010. He says the most potent days for a quake of 7.7 magnitude would be May 14th through the 15th. Do you think he is right, or is “Luke a fluke?”  
So, are “quake rainbows” atmospherically absolute, or are they a logical fallacy? You decide. If any place needs to repent, it is Los Angeles. However, time will tell, if no quake comes to LA over the weekend(which I hope NOT but I DO hope the city- and this nation- repents). Nation will rise against nation, and kingdom against kingdom. There will be earthquakes in various places, and famines. These are the beginning of birth pains. Mark 13:8