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Quake Watch 2016

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posted on Apr, 8 2016 @ 12:37 AM
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edit on 04000000989816 by muzzy because: (no reason given)

10 minutes now.

F it
been nice discussing earthquakes with you all, but I'm not putting up with this chit.
See you later.
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posted on Apr, 10 2016 @ 06:10 AM
6.6mg Ashkasham, Afghanistan 210.4km (130.7miles)

posted on Apr, 11 2016 @ 09:37 AM
I hate the internet.

Oh, I guess I should talk shop first so as not to be accused of off topic words.

I saw an earthquake in Northern Nevada about 3.3M. I'm going to wait and see if there's a bunch in Idaho. I know I'm repeating my point about Nevada/Idaho. Yellowstone is not on my radar much because everything about watching it has been changed.

I hate change. Mexico is being a very active Mexico and now there's warnings about POPO being ready to blow up big time. I got tired of waiting for that two years ago. Moving on...

Never say I didn't warn you allllllll

I like earthquakes. Because they often make humanity sit up and realize that were not all that big and even if we think we're safe, you can't know what you didn't know until the event is over. San Francisco leaned that one of an earthquakes most destruction forces can be causing fires. Cities weren't safe if your gas lines broke and your houses were mostly wood.

Japan learned that the walls weren't high enough for the water. I've learned how the world has failed Haiti.

History has shown that earthquakes have cut down civilizations life stalks of wheat in the field. Ask the Minoans about their glory just before the fall. (technically it was a volcano, but there were giant earthquakes and a tsunami as well)

And now, for the effin' internet. I hate you. I hate ads. I hate trolls. And I hate waste.

Just before Katrina hit New Orleans, I decided I wanted to run away from civilization. I rejected my computer and even old fashioned machines. I want to make my own birch bark canoe. I wanted to learn ways in order to restore them.

My plan went horribly wrong and I ended up here, on some digital corner of the universe. There is no escape from this planet, nor from the civilized beings who dominate here. I have submitted the regime because I have a child. No other reason. Since I am not alone in making anything in this world, then I can't take it away from this world.

My only thought was to teach my child to navigate this digital world. This brave new world.

Because if I don't, he'll be eaten. So, I thought, how to we deal with advertising. He actually fixed the problem by adding an extension that changes all ads into a famous internet meme. Then the ads are funny. I find myself laughing at the ads, and actually looking at the boxes that I normally ignore. It seems there is a battle.

I freaking battle. Let's remember something really important. The internet was designed by the army. Think about it. The internet is war. And someone, I've recruited again into the system. F.

I came here, because I had something to say. I've said it. I've told you all where the moon came from and still my story is not share widely. Despite my best efforts, and despite learning more about the world than I ever thought possible.

I think my study of the internet is over. I often find myself asking why the heck am I writing here anyway. My son said I must have written a couple novels worth of posts. This is not my only persona. I used to write as myself. But somehow, I lost myself along way. I'm more myself today, but lesser for having to battle so long and so begrudgingly.

I always had to find reasons to care. Reasons to hope.

The internet is not what you think it is.

I told my son yesterday, that if there was a giant magnetic pulse, it could fry all our computers. I asked him, "then, what would you do?"

He can't imagine a world with computers. He's never lived in a world without computers. When my generation dies off, they won't be anyone to remember a time without computers.

In 1986, I got a Tandy computer. It had a cool green colour and you could print out things that you typed. It was amazing. Then the internet came along and some of the computers got faster. I eventually got frustrated with the computer and swore it off until it could speed up and deliver all the things promised.

Now the digital world is fast and in part of every modern convenience, yet, I must find that it has failed miserably at living up to it's potential. Instead of teaching the world to sing in perfect harmony, we get trolled and rick rolled...

I tried listening to the whole song all the way through and couldn't.

However, I have found one cultural phenomenon that I simply love.

The troll song.

Now I'll go turn my add blocker back on.... and keep it on
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posted on Apr, 11 2016 @ 10:46 AM
a reply to: muzzy

We'll miss you - come back ?

posted on Apr, 11 2016 @ 10:49 AM
3.2 Thedford, Nebraska 5.9km (3.1miles)

You rarely see earthquakes in this region of the United States.

posted on Apr, 11 2016 @ 03:42 PM
Hey Muzzy, If your lurking,

Did you feel this one?
edit on 11-4-2016 by crappiekat because: forgot link

posted on Apr, 11 2016 @ 03:50 PM
a reply to: crappiekat
See EMSC and USGS felt reports for my comments.

posted on Apr, 13 2016 @ 10:31 AM
M6.9 Mawlaik, Burma 134.8km (83.7mi)

I alway's get nervous for the folk's in this region, when I see large quakes.

posted on Apr, 14 2016 @ 08:51 AM

6.2 In Japan .... numerous aftershocks

Watching the aftershocks and comments on this site
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posted on Apr, 14 2016 @ 09:06 AM
a reply to: dragonlover12

Glad you posted this one.
I don't know where everybody is this morning!
I was just going to try & do it.

Busy 24 hours!
The 6.0 in Vanuatu just dropped off as I was looking at the list.
5.9 Philippines
5.7 Russia
5.5 Chili

Now 4 aftershocks in Japan:
3-4.8's & a 5.4.

The thing that caught my eye was the orange
shake map VIII & DYFI VIII.
Depth still at 10.0 km
Sure hope it's deeper than that.


posted on Apr, 14 2016 @ 09:32 AM
a reply to: wasobservingquietly

look at these reports

use google translate... saying seismic intensity 7?

posted on Apr, 14 2016 @ 09:41 AM
a reply to: wasobservingquietly

Plug this into Google Translate:

平成28年04月15日00時09分 15日00時03分頃 熊本県熊本地方 M6.4 震度6強
平成28年04月14日23時47分 14日23時43分頃 熊本県熊本地方 M5.0 震度4
平成28年04月14日23時32分 14日23時28分頃 熊本県熊本地方 M4.4 震度4
平成28年04月14日23時04分 14日23時00分頃 熊本県熊本地方 M3.3 震度3
平成28年04月14日22時54分 14日22時51分頃 熊本県熊本地方 M3.5 震度3
平成28年04月14日22時51分 14日22時47分頃 熊本県熊本地方 M3.5 震度3
平成28年04月14日22時46分 14日22時43分頃 熊本県熊本地方 M4.3 震度4
平成28年04月14日22時43分 14日22時38分頃 熊本県熊本地方 M5.0 震度5弱
平成28年04月14日22時35分 14日22時31分頃 熊本県熊本地方 M3.3 震度3
平成28年04月14日22時30分 14日22時26分頃 熊本県熊本地方 M3.6 震度3
平成28年04月14日22時27分 14日22時22分頃 熊本県熊本地方 M4.6 震度4
平成28年04月14日22時23分 14日22時19分頃 熊本県熊本地方 M3.3 震度3
平成28年04月14日22時20分 14日22時16分頃 熊本県熊本地方 M4.2 震度4
平成28年04月14日22時15分 14日22時09分頃 熊本県熊本地方 M4.3 震度4
平成28年04月14日22時12分 14日22時07分頃 熊本県熊本地方 M5.7 震度6弱
平成28年04月14日22時07分 14日22時03分頃 熊本県熊本地方 M3.3 震度2
平成28年04月14日22時04分 14日22時00分頃 熊本県熊本地方 M3.0 震度2
平成28年04月14日21時58分 14日21時53分頃 熊本県熊本地方 M4.0 震度4
平成28年04月14日21時48分 14日21時42分頃 熊本県熊本地方 M4.9 震度4
平成28年04月14日21時44分 14日21時37分頃 熊本県熊本地方 M3.9 震度4
平成28年04月14日21時36分 14日21時26分頃 熊本県熊本地方 M6.4 震度7
平成28年04月14日21時32分 14日21時26分頃 熊本県熊本地方 M6.4 震度7
平成28年04月14日21時02分 14日20時58分頃 東京都23区 M3.6 震度2
平成28年04月14日17時28分 14日17時25分頃 栃木県南部 M2.7 震度1
平成28年04月14日15時43分 14日15時39分頃 栃木県南部 M3.5 震度3
平成28年04月14日12時30分 14日12時26分頃 十勝沖 M4.3 震度2
平成28年04月14日01時28分 14日01時24分頃 千葉県北西部 M3.2 震度1

A list of the quakes in the area for the date. Obviously, one of those 6.4's is a duplicate. And for some reason, GT translates the characters in the date sections (far left) to future months. Funny stuff, they can see future quakes XD **Edit: On the page itself when translated, for previous dates, not today.
edit on 4/14/2016 by Nyiah because: (no reason given)

edit on 4/14/2016 by Nyiah because: Added latest quake to the C & P'd list.

Edit Again: Added a new 6.4 as per the JMA page. Watched it roll in on the live stream, too.
Live stream:
edit on 4/14/2016 by Nyiah because: (no reason given)

posted on Apr, 14 2016 @ 09:48 AM
Here is the site I use.

I have never had that come up in another language.
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posted on Apr, 14 2016 @ 10:06 AM
looks like a 6.6 just hit ... from the ustream link

posted on Apr, 14 2016 @ 10:14 AM

originally posted by: dragonlover12
looks like a 6.6 just hit ... from the ustream link

6.4 according to JMA. Added to the running list above direct from the linked page. And the live stream has just been a constant bombardment of aftershocks for them since the first one.

posted on Apr, 14 2016 @ 10:37 AM
Just watching live coverage. Buildings have collapsed, fires and people trapped.

posted on Apr, 14 2016 @ 10:40 AM

originally posted by: bellagirl
Just watching live coverage. Buildings have collapsed, fires and people trapped.

No doubt. According to USGS & EMSC, that last 6 was barely 2km deep

posted on Apr, 14 2016 @ 11:15 AM
There is also a swarm going on in the US Virgin Islands.

32 Quakes today.

posted on Apr, 14 2016 @ 11:34 AM
BBC has an article up now.

Earthquake topples houses in southern Japan

No problems reported at their nuclear power plants.

posted on Apr, 14 2016 @ 11:55 AM
Japan is getting rocked with some aftershocks now. Feels like something big is building.

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