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originally posted by: TrueAmerican
Just a look at those plots and it is obvious to me it is telemetry error, but I look at these things constantly. I'm not going to even bother getting out the spectro to confirm.
I'd highly advise unflagging this thread peoples, so it gets off the front page and stops making us look like retards and a "fake news" site. We have enough of that already around here. Just my opinion though, do as you will. And sorry loam.
originally posted by: jadedANDcynical
Some of those signatures are indicative of fluid movement. This could be water or magma.
I'll drop a link to this thread over in Quake Watch and see if any of ATS resident quaketards have any input.
GoodGreat catch, OP!
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originally posted by: loam
November 30, 2016: Unusual readings appeared on many graphs all across the country at nearly the same time, not indicative of a typical seismic event..this was something out of the ordinary. We will be monitoring these closely in the future to try and possibly detect a pattern and a culprit.
I know some of you guys are earthquake buffs. Any theories?
A pulse of UV and X-radiation from the explosion ionized the upper layers of Earth's atmosphere over the Pacific Ocean. This affected the normal propagation of radio waves. Mariners and ham radio operators may have noticed brief fade-outs and/or unexpected hops at frequencies below ~10 MHz.
originally posted by: muzzy
a reply to: jadedANDcynical
The graphs have moved on since then so I can't see the issue any more.
Looking at the screenshots you took, the starts are not consistant
Colorado ANMO 16:32
New Mexico ISCO 17:30
Texas HKT 20:25
The big wiggly lines are definitely consistant with telemetry error.
Often when this happens the seismograph plays up for 24 hours, or even more in some previous cases.
I'd tend to agree with your analysis