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I'm speaking about the overall approach of shifting and connecting things to posts long gone by to try to make people go "aha!". They have done that before...
originally posted by: IAMTAT
originally posted by: tiredoflooking
a reply to: IAMTAT
THIS was the one I saw:
On the morning of November 11, just before 9:30 UT, a mysterious rumble rolled around the world.
These waves didn't just zip by; they rang for more than 20 minutes. And yet, it seems, no human felt them.
Only one person noticed the odd signal on the U.S. Geological Survey's real-time seismogram displays. An earthquake enthusiast who uses the handle @matarikipax saw the curious zigzags and posted images of them to Twitter. That small action kicked off another ripple of sorts, as researchers around the world attempted to suss out the source of the waves. Was it a meteor strike? A submarine volcano eruption? An ancient sea monster rising from the deep?
“I don't think I've seen anything like it,” says Göran Ekström, a seismologist at Columbia University who specializes in unusual earthquakes.
“It doesn't mean that, in the end, the cause of them is that exotic,” he notes. Yet many features of the waves are remarkably weird—from their surprisingly monotone, low-frequency “ring” to their global spread. And researchers are still chasing down the geologic conundrum.
However, there was no big earthquake kicking off the recent slow waves. Adding to the weirdness, Mayotte's mystery waves are what scientists call monochromatic. Most earthquakes send out waves with a slew of different frequencies, but Mayotte's signal was a clean zigzag dominated by one type of wave that took a steady 17 seconds to repeat.
“It's like you have colored glasses and [are] just seeing red or something,” says Anthony Lomax, an independent seismology consultant.
originally posted by: MindBodySpiritComplex
a reply to: RelSciHistItSufi
This picture is NTP0038 from December 1966;
A photo taken with Santa at Kilmurry National School.
It is a catholic shool in Ireland (County Clare). The pic in 2503 is also christmas themed. Who is the girl?
Something to do with this?
Irish workers could get access to thousands of US visas as bill passes House of Representatives
New US visa deal for Irish citizens passes first Congress hurdle