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Mass earthquakes worldwide? Website error?

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posted on Jun, 1 2009 @ 12:06 AM
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Can anyone confirm if this is a website error regarding mass earthquakes worldwide, hisz.rsoe.hu... I am fairly disturbed by the image being protrayed here after having read the ALTA report regarding a global coastal event.

hisz.rsoe.hu...

[edit on 1-6-2009 by f3rm1N]




posted on Jun, 1 2009 @ 12:15 AM
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I see the same thing too. Usually the website is right, but it could just be an error.



posted on Jun, 1 2009 @ 12:19 AM
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Wow...very scary at first glance.

If you click on the squares, you find that "all" tremors and quakes for the last 45 days
are detailed.

Not so frightening now.

Peace...



posted on Jun, 1 2009 @ 12:22 AM
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reply to post by f3rm1N
 

I see the same thing. Truly scary.Hope it is just a problem with the site



posted on Jun, 1 2009 @ 12:25 AM
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Woah, gave me a bit of a heart attack! But probably is just a fault with the website!



posted on Jun, 1 2009 @ 12:26 AM
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Date/Time (UTC) Magnitude Area Country State/Prov./Gov. Location Risk Source Result
01.06.2009 - 04:50:10 3.6 Middle East Iran Hormozgan Province Minab RSOE-EMSC Result
01.06.2009 - 04:35:08 4.8 Caribean Anguilla Ismeretlen Island Harbour RSOE-EMSC Result
01.06.2009 - 04:35:05 5.0 Caribean Anguilla Ismeretlen Island Harbour USGS Result
01.06.2009 - 04:33:50 4.5 Caribean Anguilla Ismeretlen Island Harbour USGS Result
01.06.2009 - 03:55:40 2.5 North America USA Alaska Adak USGS Result
01.06.2009 - 03:52:12 2.9 Asia Turkey Kuetahya Province Simav RSOE-EMSC Result
01.06.2009 - 02:10:20 2.1 North America USA Hawaii Volcano USGS Result
01.06.2009 - 01:56:48 3.1 Asia Turkey Kahramanmaras Ili Andirin RSOE-EMSC Result
01.06.2009 - 01:43:02 3.2 North America USA Alaska Unalaska USGS Result
01.06.2009 - 01:37:43 3.3 Asia Kazakhstan Kostanayskaya Oblast' Borovskoy RSOE-EMSC Result
01.06.2009 - 01:07:58 2.9 Europe Greece Nomos Lesvou Plomarion RSOE-EMSC Result
01.06.2009 - 00:34:07 3.2 Asia Turkey Antalya Ili Alanya RSOE-EMSC Result
01.06.2009 - 00:16:35 2.8 Europe Greece Nomos Dodekanisou Karpathos RSOE-EMSC Result

This does look a little bizarre. Have you followed this long? I know low Richter scale events aren't uncommon, but to have 10 or 12 worldwide in 3 hours seems pretty unusual!



posted on Jun, 1 2009 @ 12:30 AM
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This site is not a hyped as RSOE...easier to understand.

www.iris.edu...

And, there are several happening right now.

Peace...



posted on Jun, 1 2009 @ 12:31 AM
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If you look at everything under 4.5 it looks like the world is ending. Dont worry. The USGS usually filters out everything below 4.5. Time to have a nice warm cup of tea and honey to sooth the nerves.



posted on Jun, 1 2009 @ 12:34 AM
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Agreed, the map is kinda scary at first glance..good thing they have all the details below the map giving times, dates...ect.
I have never seen this site before, thanks for posting.



posted on Jun, 1 2009 @ 12:34 AM
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You people do realise a world wide earthquake would be felt..wait for it...

By the whole world


Honestly sometimes I think if a website told you the sky was green, there would be people who believe it despite the ability to see for yourself.




posted on Jun, 1 2009 @ 12:34 AM
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What's unusual? California gets that amount of earthquakes every single day!



posted on Jun, 1 2009 @ 12:37 AM
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The only interesting thing I see for the last week is a 7.3 offshore Honduras.

Earthquakes for last week.



posted on Jun, 1 2009 @ 12:45 AM
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I'm sorry I think you missed the question marks on my topic, ok just recheck, as for me, i'm in the east coast of the US so seeing as how the map showed that this side was not as effected as severely according to the RSOE I figured I post to try and come up with some answers, I find "you people" humorous.



posted on Jun, 1 2009 @ 12:59 AM
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Did I address you directly?

It was a generalised, albeit sarcastic comment based on the comments I saw in this thread.

No need to take it personally.

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posted on Jun, 1 2009 @ 01:11 AM
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No offense taken, I just see myself as one of "these people" you refered to. There are many things occuring around the world lately and it is up to us to keep ourselves informed, we are together in this. If I see something unusual I will try to get the information out as soon as possible because it's fairly clear that we can only rely on the media for so much before things either come out suppresed, twisted, or plainly do not come out at all. It's "us" who are on top of these theories, conspiracies, prophecies, upcoming world events and such, therefore all we have is "us" to rely on to get this information passed on. I for one would hate to have someone not inform me of something they see unusual which could lead to something worse because they were not sure if it was correct or if they'd be rediculed. Just remember that it is up to us to keep us informed of these things, so do not hessitate on ever posting something you find suspicious for in the end two things can come from it, we save ourselves thanks to it or we debunk it and all is good. ^.^



posted on Jun, 1 2009 @ 01:14 AM
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Holy cow that's a LOT of activity, even if over a week's time.

It's definitely the most I've seen on that screen in a couple years of using it as my start page!



posted on Jun, 1 2009 @ 01:14 AM
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Originally posted by Chadwickus
You people do realise a world wide earthquake would be felt..wait for it...

By the whole world


Honestly sometimes I think if a website told you the sky was green, there would be people who believe it despite the ability to see for yourself.



Totally inappropriate response, specially since the title isn't "world wide earthquake" like you're throwing at us, it says "Mass earthquakes worldwide" - totally different meaning. Besides, there is an actual LIST above of 13 earthquakes that happened in a 3-4 hour period, or did you not read the thread?



posted on Jun, 1 2009 @ 02:02 AM
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Considering that most seem to be small, I really don't see what the problem is. Small quakes happen all the time. If they were all 5+ quakes, I might see cause for concern. But they aren't, so what's the concern.

Additionally, I find that edis continues to post duplicate reports for the same quake. If you want accurate results, use either the USGS website, the IRIS one (posted earlier in the thread) or the EMSC. Or if it's only for the UK you're after, the BGS is probably what you want.



posted on Jun, 1 2009 @ 02:27 AM
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It looks to me to be a perturbation as the earth rotates.
One full rotation covers many of these quakes in the different regions. Though it looks like the reports are going back up to a week. Still, it's thought provoking.
Also, without solar flares, radio propagation has been strangely good this past week indicating some sort of conduit other than the main one (solar activity) is allowing for long distance radio propagation.

As I said, it's the most activity I've seen on that site in the couple years it has been my start page. It's not the magnitude, it's the MULTITUDE. What is in common with all these regions? The core! What if the core is trembling, would that not resonate as worldwide microquakes? Something to mull over for sure.

Maybe our magnetic pole is shifting a little, who knows. Or maybe Al Gore is out for a jog.





[edit on 1-6-2009 by Atlantican]



posted on Jun, 1 2009 @ 02:58 AM
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These maps are showing the last 45 days, and this looks fairly normal with the exception of the Honduras quake, there has been an increase in activity in some areas, but they are for the most part, areas that are usually active. Some of the interesting quakes are those swarms in the ocean off the coast of Oregon, some are popping on the Madrid fault line, there have been a few in Oklahoma that were are suprise. Those of us who have been following the quake activity for over a year now ( for myself it has been close to 2 years I watch daily) you can see where the increases and concerns are, but any day, the Iris Seismic Map, the USGS site maps, or RSOE site maps are filled up, usually smaller quakes that don't do much damage or cause injuries. This is a look at the map from USGS

earthquake.usgs.gov...



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