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194 Pilot Whales with Dolphins Beached in Australia - Big Earthquake to Happen?

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posted on Mar, 3 2009 @ 05:44 AM
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Dam lucky it wasnt a snake! thank you.




posted on Mar, 3 2009 @ 05:54 AM
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If you want to know how earthquaks cause whales to strand see www.deafwhale.com...

Captain David Williams has been working on his earthquake theory for 25 years and scientists have been calling him stupid for the same lenght of time. Something strange going on here... me thinks the scientists are stupid, not the ole captain.


BFO

posted on Mar, 3 2009 @ 09:37 PM
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Originally posted by Moreonethananyone
Im not dismissing your claim that an earthquake is iminant but Id be looking at US navy for these strandings.Their technology cares nothing for the enviroment ...


I wish I was as confident as you are about the US Navy being the dominant (hence culpable) Naval force responsible. I hate to scare you, but the US in not the only power with the ability to destroy all life on the planet. Oh yeah, the US has done more than it's share of damage. But, if the Chinese, North Korean, Russian and other's Navy/Military's thought the way you did, the intelligent mammals of the world would all be a lot safer, happier, less likely to commit suicide, etc..



posted on Mar, 4 2009 @ 05:26 AM
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Originally posted by audas
Australia does not get earth quakes - no fault lines as it sits right in the middle of its own tectonic plates.

Beachings are confused sonar - look for navy operations, chinese, us subs etc.


So by your logic, the U.K doesn't get earthquakes either?

Do some research and you will find that we have had a few.



posted on Mar, 6 2009 @ 04:49 AM
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Unknown magnitude in Australia

www.thaindian.com...

Don't know how close the whale beaching, the OP may have a point

[edit]

Apparently it was a 4.7

www.news.com.au...

Someone has a thread on it here

[edit on 6/3/2009 by spitefulgod]



posted on Mar, 6 2009 @ 04:54 AM
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Originally posted by audas
Australia does not get earth quakes - no fault lines as it sits right in the middle of its own tectonic plates.


You don't?
Hmm...



I'm just sayin....



posted on Mar, 6 2009 @ 04:57 AM
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The plot thickens, sort of.


The Premise of the OP was a BIG earthquake. A magnitude 4.7 is quite small.

If it is a precursor to something large or not we'll have to wait and see.

It couldn't hurt to pay more attention to whale and dolphin beachings though.





[edit on 6-3-2009 by Chadwickus]



posted on Mar, 6 2009 @ 05:05 AM
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There have been three quakes around the Islands so far ...

How strange, listen to nature.



posted on Mar, 6 2009 @ 05:20 AM
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Although it wasn't major, I wonder what exactly dolphins and whales are picking up on underwater. Ultra-low frequency sounds generated by slight shifts of the crust is my guess...who knows, maybe they're responding to some other force that we haven't been able to detect yet.



posted on Mar, 6 2009 @ 07:02 AM
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Well, there went a quake in Australia. A significant one, at that.

I hope that the 4.7 isn't a building block for a large quake.

to the author.



posted on Mar, 6 2009 @ 07:28 AM
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I think we are still in a window, for a bigger one, from the beachings. In Nov. they beached themselves one week before a big quake hit.

What is interesting, is there was a 5.2 above - line straight across Australia?

Yes, I do believe the beachings definitely have something to do with Earth movements, I am watching....... is something bigger in the works?




posted on Mar, 6 2009 @ 07:32 AM
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There is a thread currently going on the quake in Oz.

And to the chap who said there were no quakes there -


Quake in Oz
tO



posted on Mar, 6 2009 @ 07:34 AM
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Originally posted by TheOmen

Originally posted by audas
Australia does not get earth quakes - no fault lines as it sits right in the middle of its own tectonic plates.

Beachings are confused sonar - look for navy operations, chinese, us subs etc.


So by your logic, the U.K doesn't get earthquakes either?

Do some research and you will find that we have had a few.


Where are you now audas?

Try researching something before you state something with no knowledge of what you're talking about.



posted on Mar, 6 2009 @ 07:38 AM
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Good call. Looks like you nailed this one.
Definitely something that bears further watching.
Star for you.



posted on Mar, 6 2009 @ 08:33 AM
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Interesting, look at this info.


AUSTRALI
O: 5MAR2009 20:13:09 31.5S 138.5E ML=3.3 CAN NE of Hawker, South AUSTRALI

O: 5MAR2009 12:53:49 30.2S 117.9E MB=4.7 GFZ Western Australia
O: 05MAR2009 18:55:15 30.2S 117.8E ML=3.5 CAN W of Beacon WA , AUSTRALIA
O: 05MAR2009 14:58:49 30.2S 117.7E ML=2.8 CAN W of Beacon WA , AUSTRALIA
O: 05MAR2009 14:48:59 30.2S 117.7E ML=3.0 CAN W of Beacon WA , AUSTRALIA
O: 05MAR2009 14:34:50 30.1S 117.8E ML=2.8 CAN NW of Beacon WA , AUSTRALIA
O: 05MAR2009 13:31:50 30.3S 117.7E ML=3.4 CAN W of Beacon WA , AUSTRALIA
O: 05MAR2009 13:19:05 30.3S 117.7E ML=2.6 CAN W of Beacon WA , AUSTRALIA
O: 05MAR2009 12:53:52 30.3S 117.7E ML=4.5 CAN W of Beacon WA , AUSTRALIA
O: 04MAR2009 15:10:44 30.2S 117.7E ML=2.5 CAN W of Beacon WA , AUSTRALIA
O: 03MAR2009 02:07:04 30.2S 117.7E ML=2.7 CAN NW of Beacon WA , AUSTRALIA
O: 02MAR2009 23:20:09 30.3S 117.7E ML=2.3 CAN NW of Beacon WA , AUSTRALIA
P: 11MAR2009 44351 30.0S 117.0E 2.0-4.0 CAAAA Central Australia



Some swarming, that USGS does not show.......



posted on Mar, 6 2009 @ 12:52 PM
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Ive been following this thread, and i was kind of skeptical at first. Then i saw the thread about the quakes in Aus, and now i think the OP is really on to something. Interesting stuff...I will be watching for whales and dolphins beaching in the future.



posted on Mar, 6 2009 @ 02:32 PM
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Honestly, I think some more are coming........

not one liner.



posted on Mar, 6 2009 @ 04:29 PM
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WHO said there were NO quakes in Australia? HHMMMM

Guess these from the last month then, are my imagination........


Results for S & W Australia 2/4 to 5/3:
06/03/2009 09:55:37 -38.39 145.79 8 4.6 N of Korumburra VIC
06/03/2009 01:35:59 -16.314 121.252 0 5.1 NW of Broome WA
03/03/2009 02:07:04 -30.249 117.737 0 2.7 NW of Beacon WA
02/03/2009 23:20:09 -30.277 117.724 5 2.3 NW of Beacon WA
02/03/2009 16:40:59 -37.423 146.04 12 2.2 SW of Jamieson VIC
01/03/2009 15:42:17 -21.69 -176.52 203 5.4 Fiji Islands Region
28/02/2009 22:34:50 -30.246 117.742 1 2.1 NW of Beacon, WA
28/02/2009 15:55:02 -30.224 117.749 3 2.1 NW of Beacon WA
28/02/2009 14:42:26 -30.256 117.716 4 2.1 NW of Beacon, WA
28/02/2009 01:49:13 -30.213 117.779 0 2.9 N of Beacon, WA
27/02/2009 23:28:44 -30.258 117.708 5 2.3 NW of Beacon, WA
26/02/2009 22:20:10 -31.633 138.741 10 2.1 E of Wilpena Pound, SA
25/02/2009 22:49:41 -30.273 117.71 5 2.8 NW of Beacon, WA
25/02/2009 15:14:06 -30.241 117.751 2 3.0 NW of Beacon, WA
25/02/2009 08:36:22 -30.281 117.709 5 2.5 NW of Beacon, WA
25/02/2009 06:55:47 -30.239 117.74 0 2.4 NW of Beacon, WA
24/02/2009 17:03:31 -30.229 117.774 1 3.5 N of Beacon WA
23/02/2009 08:31:57 -30.243 117.702 0 3.0 NW of Beacon WA
22/02/2009 09:00:24 -30.286 117.711 6 2.4 NW of Beacon, WA
21/02/2009 22:40:12 -30.24 117.761 0 2.4 NW of Beacon, WA
21/02/2009 17:12:12 -30.223 117.763 0 2.1 NW of Beacon, WA
21/02/2009 16:35:47 -30.252 117.722 5 2.0 NW of Beacon, WA
21/02/2009 12:42:38 -30.251 117.737 1 2.4 NW of Beacon, WA
20/02/2009 19:08:05 -30.242 117.77 1 3.3 NW of Beacon, WA
19/02/2009 23:28:17 -30.277 117.708 6 2.5 NW of Beacon, WA
19/02/2009 23:10:45 -30.271 117.688 4 2.0 NW of Beacon, WA
19/02/2009 23:02:09 -30.272 117.668 5 2.2 NW of Beacon, WA
19/02/2009 22:28:34 -30.233 117.795 3 3.8 N of Beacon, WA
18/02/2009 18:57:50 -30.227 117.749 0 2.1 NW of Beacon WA
18/02/2009 03:30:35 -61.7 154.17 15 5.5 Balleny Islands Region,
Macquarie Loop
18/02/2009 03:25:59 -31.213 138.559 21 2.0 South of Hawker, SA

17/02/2009 01:35:20 -30.238 117.731 0 2.4 NW of Beacon WA
16/02/2009 23:39:57 -30.249 117.699 5 2.7 NW of Beacon, WA
16/02/2009 23:01:54 -30.256 117.71 4 2.0 NW of Beacon, WA

15/02/2009 19:16:12 -30.227 117.773 0 2.2 N of Beacon WA.
15/02/2009 18:59:18 -30.234 117.76 0 2.9 NW of Beacon WA
15/02/2009 17:11:45 -30.249 117.734 0 2.6 NW of Beacon WA
15/02/2009 17:02:07 -30.237 117.742 0 2.3 NW of Beacon WA
15/02/2009 16:28:52 -30.217 117.751 0 2.7 NW of Beacon WA

15/02/2009 04:30:21 -30.263 117.727 4 2.8 NW of Beacon, WA
15/02/2009 04:19:58 -30.238 117.738 1 3.0 NW of Beacon, WA
15/02/2009 03:44:09 -30.266 117.717 4 2.2 NW of Beacon, WA

14/02/2009 14:37:16 -30.229 117.741 1 2.2 NW of Beacon, WA

14/02/2009 02:59:13 -30.276 117.711 5 2.9 NW of Beacon, WA

13/02/2009 17:02:26 -30.215 117.754 0 3.3 NW of Beacon WA
13/02/2009 16:19:26 -30.24 117.735 0 3.1 NW of Beacon WA

13/02/2009 07:34:35 -30.246 117.732 0 2.2 NW of Beacon, WA


12/02/2009 06:03:08 -30.253 117.744 3 2.7 NW of Beacon, WA
12/02/2009 05:24:38 -30.276 117.715 5 2.3 NW of Beacon, WA
12/02/2009 04:58:57 -30.241 117.73 0 3.1 NW of Beacon, WA
1/02/2009 23:21:00 -30.277 117.726 4 3.2 NW of Beacon, WA
11/02/2009 15:24:40 -30.274 117.728 5 2.3 NW of Beacon, WA
11/02/2009 15:23:41 -30.285 117.758 6 2.0 NW of Beacon, WA
11/02/2009 15:18:51 -30.269 117.726 4 2.7 NW of Beacon, WA
11/02/2009 15:13:46 -30.232 117.778 3 3.4 NW of Beacon, WA
11/02/2009 10:41:31 -30.214 117.738 0 3.0 NW of Beacon, WA
11/02/2009 08:02:38 -33.39 116.64 10 2.6 SW of Darkan, WA
10/02/2009 23:24:29 -30.284 117.716 5 2.0 NW of Beacon, WA
10/02/2009 23:06:54 -30.255 117.732 2 2.1 NW of Beacon, WA
10/02/2009 23:03:24 -30.271 117.725 3 2.2 NW of Beacon, WA
10/02/2009 22:58:24 -30.267 117.721 4 2.2 NW of Beacon, WA
10/02/2009 22:31:33 -30.237 117.705 0 2.1 NW of Beacon, WA
10/02/2009 19:13:31 -30.247 117.762 0 3.1 NW of Beacon WA
10/02/2009 18:20:23 -30.243 117.756 0 2.1 NW of Beacon WA
10/02/2009 12:24:01 -30.231 117.759 1 3.5 NW of Beacon WA
09/02/2009 19:15:10 -30.273 117.716 4 2.1 NW of Beacon, WA
09/02/2009 18:07:04 -30.219 117.736 3 2.8 NW of Beacon, WA
09/02/2009 17:55:04 -30.257 117.718 1 2.1 NW of Beacon, WA
09/02/2009 10:35:50 -30.281 117.694 5 2.0 NW of Beacon, WA
09/02/2009 01:02:06 -30.217 117.759 0 2.9 NW of Beacon, WA
09/02/2009 00:57:07 -30.222 117.749 0 2.4 NW of Beacon WA
08/02/2009 10:28:22 -30.288 117.69 5 2.9 NW of Beacon WA
08/02/2009 03:13:08 -30.23 117.754 0 2.6 NW of Beacon WA
07/02/2009 22:57:37 -30.252 117.714 0 2.9 NW of Beacon, WA
07/02/2009 22:46:01 -30.284 117.665 5 2.6 NW of Beacon, WA
07/02/2009 21:36:59 -30.258 117.696 2 3.2 NW of Beacon, WA
07/02/2009 16:48:25 -30.231 117.745 0 3.3 NW of Beacon WA
07/02/2009 08:01:27 -30.24 117.728 0 2.7 NW of Beacon WA
06/02/2009 13:16:38 -30.26 117.735 4 2.3 NW of Beacon, WA
06/02/2009 04:22:38 -30.232 117.738 0 2.3 NW of Beacon, WA
05/02/2009 04:04:58 -38.991 144.838 0 3.5 Bass Strait
04/02/2009 23:10:03 -30.261 117.698 5 2.6 NW of Beacon, WA
04/02/2009 14:31:36 -37.405 147.853 10 2.4 S of Ensay VIC
03/02/2009 21:42:11 -30.214 117.776 0 3.0 N of Beacon WA
03/02/2009 21:12:23 -30.262 117.699 4 2.1 NW of Beacon, WA


Seems to me a LOT of shakin goin on Downunder!



posted on Mar, 6 2009 @ 04:36 PM
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Hi All.

Long time lurker here and finally decided to sign up and join in. Hope to enjoy some great discussions with you here on ATS. The reason I joined today is that I was reading this thread last night and was shocked to wake up this morning to see this..

www.news.com.au...

Looks like some of you may have been right. (Even though I do think a few of you are absolutely nuts)


Cheers,

Mezz



posted on Mar, 6 2009 @ 05:03 PM
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looks like you nailed this one OP. The quake you were waiting for has struck Australia. A precursor to a larger one? Let's hope not.



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