a reply to: PuterMan
Just checking to see if you were alive. After I had seen, that you last logged on around Halloween, I began to wonder.
Earthquake-wise, it seems a bit quiet today. That's good.
Oh, Puterman, in your will, have your agent aware of your password and account here on ATS, and God Help that day, you have your agent come out here
and sign out for good. You can't disappear and not expect us to be confused and worried.
And good luck with those walks. My religious faith is declared as Pedestrian. I don't own a car. Those dogs you adopted will make you live longer.
Wow, I was within the half hour window of time for editing. I think the Yellowstone stuff was ice. But not sure. I was waiting to see if the signals
came back today around the same time. Usually, it's midday if it's the ice. The weather temperatures and the sun change the ice and it will contract
or expand. So far nothing.
Also, I'm looking toward South America. Along with Puerto Rico and the other islands, it's been kinda bumpy on the eastern side of the usual off the
coast variety of earthquakes. The ocean is quiet, and inland it's bumpy.
I'm sorry, my brain is ping ponging. I wanted to add info on that British Columbia earthquakes. It appears that the 14 month cycle is responsible for
the earthquake. The 14 month cycle are related to slow earthquakes. That seems to have happen a week or so before the following, not so quiet
earthquake. Hmm. I only thought of it because there's a couple of tiny bumps nearby in Washington State.
Here's an article on the B.C. earthquakes, and a bit about that demon_ fracking.
According to John Vidale of the Pacific Northwest Seismic Network, a 'slow slip' had been under Vancouver Island in the week leading up to the event,
and may have played a role in the 4.8-quake, KUOW reports."
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