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Originally posted by Illusionsaregrander
reply to post by Kuronotenshi
Yeah, but the term is so unusual you can probably just sprinkle it randomly in your average conversation and no one will be the wiser. Lots of people are too afraid of looking stupid to ask what they are, and will just nod when you say the word, and try to pretend they know exactly what you mean.
Someone asked if it was to be a physical or earthly tremor? I said both.
It is to be a shuddering within the core of your earth, but it shall cause no damage. It simply can not be avoided. It is of no harm. It shall take place a few days before the time of our appearance.
Another point we would care to state...
Originally posted by The Coward
Blossom said that they told her about small quakes (tremors) before the date.
Kinda Creepy huh….
- Arctic Ocean earthquake rattles Nevada seismograph
Last Updated: Tuesday, October 7, 2008 | 4:24 PM CT
A strong earthquake that shook the high Arctic on Tuesday morning was picked up by seismic instruments as far south as Nevada, but Canadian quake experts say they doubt anyone could have felt the shockwaves.
The U.S. Geological Survey reported that a 5.7-magnitude earthquake took place about 6 a.m. ET in the Arctic Ocean, about 755 kilometres northwest of Resolute, Nunavut, and 1,935 kilometres north of Yellowknife.
"I doubt if this earthquake would be felt by anybody, and we certainly don't have any felt reports so far," Garry Rogers, an earthquake scientist with the Geological Survey of Canada, told CBC News on Tuesday.
"But this earthquake, at sort of magnitude 5.6 [or] 5.7, is big enough to record on virtually every seismograph around the world."
The earthquake made news in northeastern Nevada, where the U.S. Geological Survey initially reported a 4.2 magnitude earthquake about 29 kilometres west of the town of North Fork.
A seismologist reviewed the report and determined that phases from the Arctic Ocean quake, which had started seven minutes earlier, had been wrongly interpreted by a seismograph as a local earthquake, USGS geophysicist Jessica Sigala told the Associated Press.
Sigala said no shaking was felt in Nevada, but that waves from a quake such as the one in the Arctic can be detected around the world.
Had Tuesday's earthquake taken place near a city, it would have been strong enough to damage buildings.
Originally posted by zorgon
There are hundreds of small tremors somewhere on the earth EVERY DAY
And 4-5 good ones of around 4.5 to 5.0...
To use 'small quakes' in any prediction is just stupid and meaningless
Just go look at the daily lists the last five years
Start getting your info from RELIABLE sources
Kinda Creepy huh….
Yes VERY creepy that your buying into this hook line and sinker
Talk about 'sheep mentality'
I predict that there will be at LEAST 50 recorded earth tremors tomorrow...
Now send me five bucks please....
[edit on 8-10-2008 by zorgon]