posted on Nov, 30 2016 @ 09:50 AM
a reply to: loam
No, that has a very specific signature. If that were to be the case, news stations would be all over it.
I went and looked at the plots he mentioned in the video, here are my (uneducated) thoughts and observations:
First is Colorado:
The event he is concerned about takes place a little after 16:30 UTC. The signature is notable and is indicative of a type of event. Alas I don't
recall if it is telemetry error or fluid movement. Hoping for the post in Quake watch to bring over someone more knowledgeable, muzzy is in New
Zealand though, and likely asleep; there are others who would know and may get the message soon.
No, this is New Mexico:
Note that the event in this graph took place an hour later and so from my persepctive is not
the same event if it were a seismic anomaly.
Here is the on in Texas he had no clue about but included anyway:
The squirrely readings on this graph don't begin until after 20:00 UTC, which again to me says it is not the same even as measured in Colorado. I
actually don't live too far away from this particular seismograph (relatively speaking for Texas, it's still over an hour's drive) and can tell you
nothing weird happened here.
Now, here is a graph in Nevada:
No strange signatures despite its proximity to two of the graphs listed in this post that are
close to this instrument.
I'm going with telemetry error and a YouTube video poster who has no clue what he's talking about.