posted on Mar, 22 2014 @ 04:50 PM
reply to post by JustMike
Depths offshore are notoriously difficult to calculate, and I am not surprised at all by the discrepancies between the agencies. We have the same
problem up in Cascadia.
Muzzy, I can't edit the thread title, but yeah, if Justmike would or another mod, that would be appreciated. Change the 3 to 5, pretty simple
In pulling a 30 day at USGS, I can't help but notice that the entire fault just about is exhibiting activity at shallow, mid, and deep points:
It doesn't take a scientist to envision that slab from the Nazca Plate subducting under South America, because one just need look at that map to see
it. Just look at the quakes. Quakes on the left= shallow, quakes on the right= deep.
The big question is whether something far more sinister is brewing. The quakes all seem to fit the depth profiles of the slab. It could be ready to
tear. Southern Chile coast and mid Peru coast all in danger at the moment, in my opinion.
And Muzzy, so let's see the new excel with this latest 6.3. Show us how normal that is.