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Originally posted by Gazrok
Looking at the latest sat loop, it almost looks to me like it's going to have a Louisianna landfall.. That isn't what the NHC and others say, but sure looks pretty north/northwesterly...or at least closer to the LA and TX border...
From what I see on the IR loops on TV it looks like the eyewall is building back, the replacement cycle may be coming to an end -- it could start strengthening again.
Originally posted by Ptolomeo
HURRICANES can trigger swarms of weak earthquakes and even set the Earth vibrating, according to the first study of such effects.
Take a look at it.
[edit on 22-9-2005 by Ptolomeo]
More surprisingly, the storm also caused the Earth to vibrate. The planet's surface in the vicinity of the hurricane started moving up and down at several frequencies ranging from 0.9 to 3 millihertz. Such low-frequency vibrations have been detected following large earthquakes,