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posted on Jan, 27 2009 @ 02:29 PM
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Originally posted by operation mindcrime
Edit: how could i forget TrueAmerican, he's the only one who has been on this thread since page 1. Sorry about that one....see you at the ATSA meeting....


In all fairness, I beat TA to the thread by 6 posts


Save me a seat!



[edit on 27-1-2009 by lernmore]




posted on Jan, 27 2009 @ 02:32 PM
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Yes I could take a look at that for you. I could probably strip out some of the code that I wrote to do that. I read all of the header as well as that contains the lat/long etc and DELTA of the points to get the graph up.

I will post one (graph) later as currently I only have files with over 1.25 million entries.

You might find some traces will give you problems. I have one with max 86000+ and min -83000. It is a sharp 'crack' on the audio. This would seriously mess up your averages!



posted on Jan, 27 2009 @ 02:33 PM
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Hi. My name is ten hearttkc and I'm addicted to yellowstone quake activity.

As a First time poster, I would like to thank everyone who has kept us updated.



posted on Jan, 27 2009 @ 02:34 PM
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What I wonder is whether the folks at Yellowstone Volcano Observatory read this thread and whether they make fun of us. I suspect they do- if there's a thread where people talk about you and your work the inclination has to be to read it.

On another note, maybe we should start trading Yellowstone baseball cards:

e.g. Yellowstone junkie 1: I'll trade you a 2006 "Jake Lowenstern checks out Old Faithful" card for a 1998 "Bob Smith reads a seismogram."

Yellowstone junkie 2: No way, that's a collector's item.

[edit on 27-1-2009 by rigel434]



imao lol iam getting a laugh out of this.



posted on Jan, 27 2009 @ 02:39 PM
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Originally posted by operation mindcrime

Is there such a thing as ATS-anonymous?? If there is a seven-step program i have already cleared the first step and that is admitting i have a problem....


ps: i know who i'll be seeing there aswell ,right Moshpet, Hx3_1963, dodadoom, spinkyboo, alysha.angel, PuterMan, rigel434 ????
And ofcourse Shirakawa and JustMike for they are addicted beyond help i'm affraid!!!....





Oh my! It is true! You caught me. I'm an addict.
I clear the first step too?
Actually everyday I have to say to myself -
"I will only be on ATS... __?____min/hours -"
Clearly I am not winning the battle.
But - I stay SO informed!



posted on Jan, 27 2009 @ 02:40 PM
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MAN. You guys see this big smack at Redoubt?

www.avo.alaska.edu...

That's a heck of a bang.



posted on Jan, 27 2009 @ 02:44 PM
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I started following these quakes obsessively once the (apparently groundless) reports of harmonic tremor started. I had seen that "Supervolcano" movie where the Scottish actor playing the geologist said "the one sure-fire sign of a pending volcanic eruption is harmonic tremor." The earthquake swarm alone was a bit worrisome, but the harmonic tremor report was in a whole other league of seriousness.

So I was sitting there late one night in early January looking at the seismograms, and they looked for all the world to my untrained eyes like harmonic tremor, and people were saying all over the internet (with no authoritative statements to the contrary) that harmonic tremor was present. Plus, there was that missing 3 hour period on the January 1 seismograms that was never explained to my knowledge so that fed into the coverup theories that I would normally dismiss (not much of a conspiracy guy).

I distinctly remember sitting there and thinking "now I know how people felt during the Cuban Missile Crisis." I thought it was that serious. Since there hasn't been any kind of eruption at Yellowstone for 73,000 years and we're in the rough time frame for another super-eruption, I tend to think that there's likely a lot of pent up energy and that the next eruption is likely to be a big one.

So I spent the next few days in total fear/adrenalin mode. And then the quake swarms stopped, but the whole adrenalin rush is kind of addictive so I can't stop following it. It also puts a lot of perspective on things- I might see that my stocks are down on the Dow, but then I look at the seismograms from Yellowstone and if those are quiet then I realize that's what really matters.

[edit on 27-1-2009 by rigel434]



posted on Jan, 27 2009 @ 02:51 PM
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Originally posted by TrueAmerican
MAN. You guys see this big smack at Redoubt?

www.avo.alaska.edu...

That's a heck of a bang.



iv been following both and have tabs open for both YS and Redoubt....


noooooooooooooooooooooo iam not addicted , its all in your mind....



posted on Jan, 27 2009 @ 02:59 PM
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Originally posted by PuterMan
reply to post by Shirakawa
 

Yes I could take a look at that for you. I could probably strip out some of the code that I wrote to do that. I read all of the header as well as that contains the lat/long etc and DELTA of the points to get the graph up.

Ah that's what those number in the beginning are for!

I was simply skipping/deleting them.
Thanks for your time!


I will post one (graph) later as currently I only have files with over 1.25 million entries.

Yes, 1 million entry is a bit too much for spreadsheet programs.
OpenOffice Calc only manages up to 65535 rows, at an original sample rate of 100 hz it's only about 10 (uncompressed) minutes worth of seismic data.


You might find some traces will give you problems. I have one with max 86000+ and min -83000. It is a sharp 'crack' on the audio. This would seriously mess up your averages!

Hmm... actually no matter how high maximum values are, I normalize them to +1/-1 (clipping threshold on my ascii to wav converter).

[edit on 2009/1/27 by Shirakawa]



posted on Jan, 27 2009 @ 03:10 PM
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Yeah, definitely sounds like signal, but not a motor noise.
Stranger and stranger, though way cool


Is there a way to automate your sound conversions?

M.



posted on Jan, 27 2009 @ 03:12 PM
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PuterMan is working on that, unfortunately I'm not very good at programming!

I would also like a faster and automated way to convert seismic data into audio waves.

In the meanwhile here's last 2.8 magnitude earthquake "heard" by LKWY station at 50x speed:

Download link

EDIT:
Version resampled to 16kHz if you can't play it:
Download link

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[edit on 2009/1/27 by Shirakawa]



posted on Jan, 27 2009 @ 03:20 PM
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Please remember that Anonymous ATS like myself are addicted to YS EQ's as well! I am certain that there are many of us!! We just remain hidden in the shadows wondering if that conductor is going to show up.



posted on Jan, 27 2009 @ 03:29 PM
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I hope the show happens in daylight so we can watch.. Cam link: www.avo.alaska.edu... - CI
I see YS is acting up again...



posted on Jan, 27 2009 @ 03:48 PM
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posted on Jan, 27 2009 @ 03:50 PM
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Extremely interesting and promising!
But I see that offset isn't properly adjusted on the displayed wave. Is this feature not working yet?

By the way, WY. seismic stations clip data at -2048/+2048!

If you open this audio waveform I created from YMP VASE data you'll see that the beginning of the earthquake wave is clipped. It's not my fault!

Download link

Seismic waves from LKWY do not seem to get clipped.

[edit on 2009/1/27 by Shirakawa]



posted on Jan, 27 2009 @ 03:53 PM
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Yes, work in progress! Once done it should only take a few seconds to convert and get the wave file.



posted on Jan, 27 2009 @ 03:53 PM
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Ya, me too. Just as well admit it. I don't even fight it, I just try to keep an eye on things and try not to obsess over it. I try to post things that are relevant so we dont all have to go look all over. This time I'm just fessin' up and taking space! Want to thank everyone also for posting and keeping us informed(shaki,hx1963,mosphet,puterman,mushusu,etc,etc,etc,..)
There are worse things to be addicted to than ATS!
If I start calling out for yellowstone during sex or in my sleep, then the better half will start to get a little worried!
I don't dare tell anyone else, they would think I'm bonkers! You guys are my little secret. If something ever happens everyone will be freakin and I'll know instantly what happened. I'll be like, oh ya thats just yellowstone, it's been rumblin awhile. We're prolly screwed.
They'll be thinking this guy's nuts about the time the SHTF.
STDIMT(something to do in the meantime)

If we feel too guilty we could always volunteer some time every week to the less fortunate and encourage others to do the same....
Like I say there's worse things we could be doin with ourselves!
I just tell everyone I'm studying geology if they press for details!
It's worked so far!

Wouldn't want to scare anyone for heavens sake.

To each,his own. Or...her own.


Edit to say thank you for starring me! There's usually at least a 50% chance I will delete the post. When I get starred it is encouragement to throw it up here! Oops, that didn't sound so good!




[edit on 27-1-2009 by dodadoom]



posted on Jan, 27 2009 @ 04:20 PM
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poem of the Avo since the elevated status of Redoubt ,,, writen by me please understand the humor behind it .............


waiting for Redoubt to erupt,,,,, adjusting webcams so the general public can view the volcano , keeping a very close eye on the webicorders and waiting for her to erupt ..
update the webpage and add important links for the locals of cook inlet and nearby towns and citys .continuing to keep a close eye on Redoubt and wait for her to erupt.

send tecnishions to install and fix webcams and more sesmic monitors add new pics of redoubt to the avo website and wait for her to erupt.



posted on Jan, 27 2009 @ 05:21 PM
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HAHA.. Lets just be thankful they are so good at their job! Anchorage is like the largest international air hub in the US so they have to know their stuff and take every precaution for safe flight patterns. The last time Redoubt blew it was pretty terrible for local communities and aircraft including Anchorage so the more warning the better as far as I'm concerned.. Does anyone have info relating to ashfall and livestock?



posted on Jan, 27 2009 @ 05:34 PM
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When I read the trading card post, I immediately thought of Harry Potter looking at Professor Dumbledoer. Anybody with A/V skills? Mix in audio with the script provided (regarding Mr. Jake L and friend), and insert photos in the cards. But, the frog has got to jump out of the train window because it hears an EQ coming. That sounds like a good u-tube project.


(subconscious said "go potty" - had to edit potty for potter)

[edit on 1/27/2009 by startx.jeff]





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