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posted on Dec, 28 2010 @ 04:36 AM
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It registered the length of NZ - here are the drums on NZ showing the ghosting of the Fiji 6.3

www.geonet.org.nz...




posted on Dec, 28 2010 @ 04:51 AM
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check this out




Quake couldn't shake loose government red tape




f you were like most people in Ottawa, the early afternoon of June 23 probably scared the daylights out of you. Buildings shaking, loud noises like construction in the next room. Like most people, you probably wanted to know -- fast -- just what was going on. Hard to find out, wasn't it? Read more: www.ottawacitizen.com...


a crazy story...



posted on Dec, 28 2010 @ 04:58 AM
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More news re ChristChurch



Shaking in ChCh more violent than Sept 4 quake

The aftershock is being treated as a new earthquake, the EQC says




As engineers continue assess the damage caused by the latest swarm of aftershocks to hit Christchurch it has been revealed that shaking in the central city caused by the biggest tremor exceeded the devastating September 4 quake.

The largest aftershock measuring magnitude 4.9 shook the city at 10.30am on Sunday causing shoppers to flee as bricks and mortar crashed from buildings. Around two dozen aftershocks were felt within the space of 36 hours.

GNS Science strong motion sensors showed that peak ground movements - from side to side or up and down - during Sunday's quake reached 48 per cent of the acceleration of gravity at the Christchurch Botanic Gardens, The Press reported.


www.3news.co.nz...



posted on Dec, 28 2010 @ 11:53 AM
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Originally posted by MoorfNZ
Magnitude 6.3

Date-Time

* Tuesday, December 28, 2010 at 08:34:17 UTC
* Tuesday, December 28, 2010 at 08:34:17 PM at epicenter
* Time of Earthquake in other Time Zones

Location 23.375°S, 179.794°W
Depth 551.6 km (342.8 miles)

Region SOUTH OF THE FIJI ISLANDS

Distances 320 km (200 miles) SSW of Ndoi Island, Fiji
535 km (330 miles) WSW of NUKU`ALOFA, Tonga
610 km (380 miles) SSE of SUVA, Viti Levu, Fiji
1590 km (980 miles) NNE of Auckland, New Zealand


I seen that come on LISS just before I shut down the laptop last night at about 9pm, and checked on USGS, it had 5.7


Geofon still showing 5.8
Region: South of Fiji Islands
Time: 2010-12-28 08:34:17.4 UTC
Magnitude: 5.8
Epicenter: 179.80°W 23.37°S
Depth: 540 km
Status: manually revised
geofon.gfz-potsdam.de...

I find it frustrating doing the 7+ quakes Globally because of USGS fiddling with the magnitudes a point either side of 7.0, now they are doing it to the 6.0 mark


6.3 -5.7 = 0.6 of a magnitude, using Putermans scale of joules of energy that is a difference ( at that magnitude level) of 4,623,413,252 Energy kilo joules or a 6.3 is approximately 4,000,000 times larger than a 5.7

How can they get it so wrong


RSOE has some competion for unreliabilty it seems



posted on Dec, 28 2010 @ 01:55 PM
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So if I'm reading that correctly, are you saying that a 10.0 quake is one TRILLION times stronger than a 0.0?



posted on Dec, 28 2010 @ 08:46 PM
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Okay you guys, I went ahead and began a new thread today about our rumbling we sometimes get here in Washington State. I had heard it before a few times, but never as much or as loud as it was/is today.

I have always suspected it is geological in nature, that is why I would LOVE to get your opinions. I talked about it on my washington state thread a bit, for the same reasons. No deep tremors today (first place I looked
) In fact, NADA activity here today. So I dunno....it was wierd though. My hackles were raised...still are.

If we have a large event anywhere along the West Coast anytime soon, I will remember this.


Rumbling all day today (12/28/2010) In Western Washington



posted on Dec, 29 2010 @ 01:12 AM
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Magnitude
6.6

Date-Time
Wednesday, December 29, 2010 at 06:54:21 UTC
Wednesday, December 29, 2010 at 05:54:21 PM at epicenter
Location
19.682°S, 168.175°E
Depth
31 km (19.3 miles)
Region
VANUATU
Distances
116 km (72 miles) W (262°) from Isangel, Vanuatu
206 km (128 miles) N (9°) from Tadine, Loyalty Islands, New Caledonia
215 km (134 miles) S (183°) from PORT-VILA, Vanuatu
1772 km (1101 miles) ENE (64°) from Brisbane, Australia
Location Uncertainty
horizontal +/- 15.7 km (9.8 miles); depth +/- 1.1 km (0.7 miles)
Parameters
NST= 66, Nph= 68, Dmin=>999 km, Rmss=1.29 sec, Gp= 61°,
M-type="moment" magnitude from initial P wave (tsuboi method) (Mi/Mwp), Version=7
Source
U.S. Geological Survey, National Earthquake Information Center:
World Data Cen



posted on Dec, 29 2010 @ 03:55 AM
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Hi
Would be very interesting if you could get a recording of it.
Hope you all had a good Christmas.



posted on Dec, 29 2010 @ 10:48 AM
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Yup, that is about the size of it


Scary isn.t it?


We have not had a Mag 10 on Earth, but even a mag 10 plaes into insignificance compared to this:

Mag 32.0
1×10 power 21 yottatons
4.2×10 power 30 YJ
Approximate magnitude of the starquake on the magnetar SGR 1806-20, registered on December 27, 2004.

Compare the two
1,000,000,000,000,000
1,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000

So that star quake was 1 trillion times bigger than a mag 10!!!


Do you see any significance that the 2004 Indian Ocean megathrust earthquake occurred at 00:58:53 UTC on Sunday, December 26, 2004?

Something going through the Universe?



posted on Dec, 29 2010 @ 12:57 PM
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Magnitude 5.2
Date-Time Wednesday, December 29, 2010 at 18:31:00 UTC
Thursday, December 30, 2010 at 02:31:00 AM at epicenter

Location 30.901°N, 86.496°E
Depth 26.9 km (16.7 miles)
Region WESTERN XIZANG
Distances 344 km (214 miles) N (356°) from Namche Bazar, Nepal
374 km (232 miles) NNE (18°) from KATHMANDU, Nepal
384 km (239 miles) NE (39°) from Pokhara, Nepal

Location Uncertainty horizontal +/- 14.9 km (9.3 miles); depth +/- 1.8 km (1.1 miles)
Parameters NST=109, Nph=109, Dmin=>999 km, Rmss=0.68 sec, Gp= 68°,
M-type=body wave magnitude (Mb), Version=6
Source U.S. Geological Survey, National Earthquake Information Center:
World Data Center for Seismology, Denver

Event ID usc0000wke



posted on Dec, 29 2010 @ 08:36 PM
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Neck and neck in the race to see if 2010 will exceed 2008 as the year with the largest number of quakes in the last 11.

Year, 2008, 2009, 2010
Mag5, 1796, 1370, 1802
Mag6, 168, 134, 143
Mag7, 12, 15, 21
Mag8, 0, 1, 1
Mag9, 0, 0, 0
Totals, 1976, 1520, 1967

Just 9 in it now.

By the way 2008 had the lowest energy output of the 11 years so jump not to conclusions just yet. My report is about done - just waiting for the last 2 days.



posted on Dec, 29 2010 @ 08:44 PM
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Now that is an interesting concept. Since we reall don't have an idea of all the different things that have the ability to affect our tectonics....then why not? I think if we consider the universe a 'closed' structure, same we we think of the earth, than the idea becomes even more likely. If there is any kind of energy wave flowing throught he universe, than it makes perfect sense that it would affect all the planets....hmmmmmm. Maybe we DO need to look more to the stars when trying to predict large events?



posted on Dec, 29 2010 @ 09:31 PM
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Hm,someone should monitor the other Planets and see if something unusual is happening there...just a hunch
edit on 29-12-2010 by Shenon because: spelling...its late



posted on Dec, 29 2010 @ 10:09 PM
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Oh yes would you? Could you just nip out there and have a quick monitor?


Actually I have no idea how they worked that one out, but I shall be investigating this further. I do think that the storms on Saturn are being caused by the same thing as our recent climate - you know - the Sun, which according to warmist theory has 'no effect on climate change'.

Try switching it off! ( No actually don't please
)



posted on Dec, 29 2010 @ 10:31 PM
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The following is completely offffff Topic here - but I have to post this somewhere so - tag

I here in New York have been having problems with my phone lines and internet now for the past 3 1/2 - 4 hours. I was finally able to get on and get onto ATS - There was this Thread started Here when I first signed on which is now temp. closed. Now I don't usually look at these sorts of things but being I was having difficulty here with electronics and such I opened it. I am only posting this here because I was having the same issues with phone and internet and am only a few hundred miles from the area in question and I can not post on that thread now and wanted to let the mod's know that there is some issue in the northeast at the moment.



posted on Dec, 29 2010 @ 10:35 PM
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bummer,.
have anything to do with you recent snow?



posted on Dec, 30 2010 @ 02:09 AM
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Originally posted by PuterMan
reply to post by Anmarie96
 


Neck and neck in the race to see if 2010 will exceed 2008 as the year with the largest number of quakes in the last 11.

Year, 2008, 2009, 2010
Mag5, 1796, 1370, 1802
Mag6, 168, 134, 143
Mag7, 12, 15, 21
Mag8, 0, 1, 1
Mag9, 0, 0, 0
Totals, 1976, 1520, 1967

Just 9 in it now.

By the way 2008 had the lowest energy output of the 11 years so jump not to conclusions just yet. My report is about done - just waiting for the last 2 days.


Don't forget to add "based on data from ,,,,,, "

I've got more quakes over 7, using multiple sources and not allowing for USGS downgrading mag 7.0 quakes to 6.9 weeks or months later.

29,21,28 (includes the 8's) repectively

2009 could be 22 if that Samoa 8.1 was actually taken as twin 7's as reported earlier this year

2008
Magnitude, Date(y/m/d) Time(hh:mm:ss), Latitude, Longitude, Depth, Location, Source
7.2Me, 2008/2/8 9:38:14, 10.67, -41.92, 10, Vema Fracture Zone, Northern Mid AtlanticOcean, geofon
7.1Mw, 2008/2/10 12:22:9, -60.8, -25.52, 51, South Sandwich Islands, geofon
7.5Ms, 2008/2/20 8:8:31, 2.768, 95.964, 26, Simeulue, Indonesia, usgs
7.2Mw, 2008/2/23 15:57:21, -57.18, -23.48, 10, South Sandwich Islands, geofon
7.3Ms, 2008/2/25 8:36:33, -2.486, 99.972, 25, Pagai -utara Is, Sumatra, Indonesia, usgs
7.1Mw, 2008/3/3 2:11:18, 13.38, 125.69, 51, Philippine Trench, geofon
7.3Ms, 2008/3/20 22:32:57.9, 35.49, 81.467, 10, Xinjiang (Sinkiang)/ Xizang (Tibet), usgs
7.3Mw, 2008/4/9 12:46:12.7, -20.071, 168.892, 33, Loyalty Islands, usgs
7.1Mw, 2008/4/12 0:30:13, -55.664, 158.453, 16, S of Macquarie Island, usgs
7.2Me, 2008/4/16 5:54:20, 51.664, -179.165, 13, Andreanof Islands, Alaska, USA, usgs
7.1Me, 2008/5/2 1:33:37, 51.864, -177.528, 14, Andreanof Islands, Alaska, USA, usgs
7.1Mw, 2008/5/7 4:45:17, 36.26, 141.43, 10, o/s Ibaraki, Honshu, Japan, geofon
8.1Ms, 2008/5/12 6:28:1.5, 31.002, 103.322, 19, Sichuan, China, usgs
7.0Me, 2008/5/23 19:35:35, 7.313, -34.897, 8, Vernadskiy Fracture Zone, Central Mid Atlantic Ocean, usgs
7.0Me, 2008/6/8 12:25:29,7, 37.963, 21.525, 16, Achaia, Southern Greece, usgs
7.2Mw, 2008/6/13 11:43:46, 39.08, 140.74, 10, Akita, Honshu, Japan, geofon
7.0Mw, 2008/6/27 11:40:14, 11.04, 91.88, 15, Andaman Islands, India, geofon
7.6Me, 2008/6/30 6:17:43, -58.227, -22.099, 8, South Sandwich Islands, anss
7.7Mw, 2008/7/5 2:12:4.4, 53.882, 152.886, 633, Sea of Okhotsk, Russia, usgs
7.2Mw, 2008/7/19 2:39:26, 37.5, 142.32, 10, o/s Kukushima, Honshu, Japan, geofon
7.1Mw, 2008/7/23 3:26:20, 39.77, 141.54, 118, Iwate, Honshu, Japan, geofon
7.5Mw, 2008/9/8 6:52:8, -13.51, 167.2, 126, Ureparapara is, Vanuatu Islands, geofon
7.1Mw, 2008/9/11 12:20:52, 42.01, 143.68, 30, o/s E of Erimo-cho, of Hokkaido, Japan, geofon
7.0Mw, 2008/9/29 15:19:32, -29.756, -177.683, 36, Kermadec Islands, anss
7.0Mw, 2008/10/5 3:52:51, 39.57, 73.83, 37, Kyrgyzstan-Xinjiang Border Region, geofon
7.4Mw, 2008/10/19 5:10:29, -21.7, -173.85, 10, Tonga Islands, geofon
7.3Mw, 2008/11/16 17:2:32.7, 1.271, 122.091, 30, Minahasa, Sulawesi, Indonesia, usgs
7.3Mw, 2008/11/24 9:2:59, 54.203, 154.322, 492.3, Sea of Okhotsk, anss
7.0Mw, 2008/12/9 6:23:57, -31.09, -176.92, 10, Kermadec Trench, geofon

2009
Magnitude, Date(y/m/d) Time(hh:mm:ss), Latitude, Longitude, Depth, Location, Source
7.7Me, 2009/1/3 19:43:50.6, -0.414, 132.885, 17, Irian Jaya, Indonesia, usgs
7.3Mw, 2009/1/3 22:33:40.2, -0.691, 133.305, 23, Irian Jaya, Indonesia, usgs
7.5Ms, 2009/1/15 17:49:39, 46.857, 155.154, 36, Kuril Trench, Russia, usgs
7.2Mw, 2009/2/11 17:34:50.8, 3.884, 126.397, 22, Sangihe Trough, Talaud Islands, Indonesia, usgs
7.5Me, 2009/2/18 21:53:, -27.424, -176.33, 39, NE of Kermadec Islands, usgs
7.2Mw, 2009/3/6 10:50:29.4, 80.324, -1.853, 9, NW of Svalbard, usgs
7.8Me, 2009/3/19 18:17:40.9, -23.046, -174.659, 34, Horizon Deep, Tonga Trench, usgs
7.0Mw, 2009/4/7 4:23:, 46.16, 151.55, 57, Kuril Islands, Russia, geofon
8.1Mw, 2009/5/28 8:24:45, 16.72, -86.236, 10, N of Bahia Is, Honduras, usgs
7.8Mw, 2009/7/15 9:22:29, -45.762, 166.562, 12, Dusky Sound, Fiordland, New Zealand, usgs
7.1Mw, 2009/8/9 10:55:56, 33.167, 137.941, 297, S of Honshu, Japan, anss
7.6Ms, 2009/8/10 19:55:35.6, 14.099, 92.888, 5, Andaman Islands, India, usgs
7.1Mw, 2009/8/17 0:5:49, 23.501, 123.499, 20, SW Ryukyu Islands, usgs
7.0Mw, 2009/9/2 7:55:1, -7.782, 107.297, 46, S of Java, Indonesia, usgs
8.1Ms, 2009/9/29 17:48:10.9, -15.489, -172.095, 18, Samoa/ Tonga Trench, usgs
7.5Mw, 2009/9/30 10:16:9.2, -0.72, 99.867, 81, o/s Sumatra Barat, Indonesia, usgs
7.6Mw, 2009/10/7 22:3:14.4, -13.006, 166.51, 45, N of Hiw Island, Vanuatu, usgs
7.9Ms, 2009/10/7 22:18:51.2, -12.517, 166.382, 35, Vanuatu/ Santa Cruz Islands, usgs
7.4Mw, 2009/10/7 23:13:, -13.093, 166.497, 50, N of Hiw Island, Vanuatu, usgs
7.0Mw, 2009/10/24 14:40:, -6.2, 130.38, 147, Damar Ridge, Banda Sea, geofon
7.3Mw, 2009/11/9 10:44:55, -17.236, 178.335, 590.9, Fiji Islands, anss


2010
Magnitude, Date(y/m/d) Time(hh:mm:ss), Latitude, Longitude, Depth, Location, Source
7.1Mw, 2010/1/3 22:36:27.9, -8.799, 157.346, 25, Solomon Islands, usgs
7.3Ms, 2010/1/12 21:53:10, 18.443, -72.571, 13, Port-au-Prince, Haiti, usgs
7.0Mw, 2010/2/26 20:31:26.5, 25.931, 128.427, 22, Rhyuku Islands, Japan, usgs
8.8Mw, 2010/2/27 6:34:14, -35.846, -72.719, 35, o/s Maule, Chile, usgs
7.0Ms, 2010/3/11 14:39:44, -34.92, -71.95, 11, Liberator Bernardo O'Higgins, Chile, usgs
7.2Mw, 2010/3/11 14:55:28, -34.25, -71.9, 20, Liberator Bernardo O'Higgins, Chile, geofon
7.2Mw, 2010/4/4 22:40:41, 32.128, -115.303, 10, Baja California, Mexico, usgs
7.7Mw, 2010/4/6 22:14:2, 2.36, 97.132, 31, o/s Sumatra, Indonesia, usgs
7.1Mw, 2010/4/11 9:40:29, -10.85, 161.15, 51, Solomon Islands, geofon
7.1Ms, 2010/4/13 23:49:38, 33.271, 96.627, 10, Yushu, China, cea
7.2Mw, 2010/5/9 5:59:44, 3.67, 96.1, 56, o/s Northern Sumatra, Indonesia, geofon
7.4Mw, 2010/5/27 17:14:48, -13.7, 166.68, 49, Vanuatu Islands, geofon
7.7Mw, 2010/6/12 19:26:50, 7.702, 91.975, 35, Nicobar islands, Indian Ocean, usgs
7.1Ms, 2010/6/16 3:16:28, -2.171, 136.549, 18, Papua, Indonesia, usgs
7.1Ms, 2010/7/18 13:4:11, -6, 150.436, 42, New Britain, PNG, usgs
7.3Ms, 2010/7/18 13:35:2, -6.019, 150.497, 57.6, New Britain, PNG, usgs
7.3Mw, 2010/7/23 22:8:11, 6.699, 123.475, 612.2, Moro Gulf, Philippines, usgs
7.6Mw, 2010/7/23 22:51:12, 6.47, 123.532, 583.8, Moro Gulf, Philippines, usgs
7.4Mw, 2010/7/23 15:9:, 6.792, 123.282, 631.2, Moro Gulf, Philippines, usgs
7.0Mw, 2010/8/4 22:1:43.89, -5.768, 150.776, 44, New Britain, Papua New Guinea, usgs
7.5Mw, 2010/8/10 5:23:47, -17.59, 167.978, 35, Vanuatu Islands, usgs
7.1Mw, 2010/8/12 11:54:16, -1.26, -77.312, 211, Pastaza, Ecuador, usgs
7.2Mw, 2010/8/13 21:19:32, 12.409, 141.487, 4.7, W of Marianas Islands, usgs
7.1Mw, 2010/9/3 16:35:42, -43.55, 172.18, 10, Darfield, Canterbury, New Zealand, geonet
7.2Mw, 2010/9/29 17:11:24, -4.92, 133.783, 12.3, Aru Basin, S of Irian Jaya, Indonesia, usgs
7.7Mw, 2010/10/25 14:42:22.73, -3.484, 100.114, 20.6, SW of South Pagai Island, Sumatra, Indonesia, usgs
7.4Mw, 2010/12/21 17:19:41, 26.866, 143.739, 19.9, E of the Bonin Islands, Japan, usgs
7.3Mw 2010/12/25 13:16:37, -19.775, 167.895 ,12.3, New Hebrides Trench, usgs



posted on Dec, 30 2010 @ 03:14 AM
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You have Mw Ms & Me. Aren't they all different? I don't know what they mean but would that have something to do with why your total is different to Puterman's? Great job both of you for keeping score. I reckon the 2008 record will be blown easily. Do you go by UTC or GMT? We have less than 30 hours to go here.



posted on Dec, 30 2010 @ 07:14 AM
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Magnitude 4.2
Date-Time Thursday, December 30, 2010 at 12:55:21 UTC
Thursday, December 30, 2010 at 07:55:21 AM at epicenter

Location 40.427°N, 85.888°W
Depth 4.9 km (3.0 miles) set by location program
Region INDIANA
Distances 9 km (5 miles) SE (131°) from Greentown, IN
9 km (6 miles) NE (39°) from Windfall City, IN
10 km (6 miles) SSW (211°) from Swayzee, IN
22 km (13 miles) ESE (107°) from Kokomo, IN
74 km (46 miles) NNE (17°) from Indianapolis, IN
217 km (135 miles) SE (136°) from Chicago, IL

Location Uncertainty horizontal +/- 11.7 km (7.3 miles); depth fixed by location program
Parameters NST=103, Nph=113, Dmin=102.4 km, Rmss=1.49 sec, Gp= 32°,
M-type="Nuttli" surface wave magnitude (mbLg), Version=7
Source U.S. Geological Survey, National Earthquake Information Center:
World Data Center for Seismology, Denver

Event ID usc0000x03



posted on Dec, 30 2010 @ 07:20 AM
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thanks whom ever bumped this. the page is so long i couldnt scroll down all the way. any activity around indiana? i felt my house rumble around 20 minutes ago


 
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