posted on May, 15 2010 @ 06:14 PM
This information was presented in a forum on a different website. He raises some very compelling questions.
"The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration website www.ndbc.noaa.gov
Has a Tsunami station in event mode activated for Station 55023 - STB Coral Sea located at 14.803 S 153.585 E (14°48'9" S 153°35'6" E).
The tsunami station has been in event mode since the large quakes occurred in the area for several days now. This is triggered by the buoys’
anomalies of water column height above the sea floor.
If you do a data search for 2010 March 20th to 2010 April 13th you get this-
Over 100 meters or 328 feet less distance from buoy to sea floor in 24 days!
That’s 13 feet per day since the quakes.
As you will see from the waves on the line graph it matches the tide lines perfectly
Coral Sea tide chart - www.tide-forecast.com
So Station buoy 55023 is still on the surface. Its not the lunar cycles, checked that as well.
There also has been a very odd sea surface temperature in the same location
See link CSIRO web page www.marine.csiro.au...
Note the area in blue on the map on the left then see the unusually cold surface temperatures on the surface in the map on the right.
Seismic activity has also offers an insight as to what may be occurring
" target="_blank" class="postlink">www.cr.usgs.go...
Note the long time periods of S waves on this seismic station is the upward thrust of the ocean floor by 13 feet per day?"
WTF is going on?