posted on May, 16 2010 @ 01:47 PM
Originally posted by Iamonlyhuman
I scrolled down to “Data Access” and searched on Water Column Heights:
03/30/2010 00:00:00 to 04/13/2010 23:59:59
If you take the March 30 data and subtract the April 12 data you get 179 meters or 587 feet, which is alot:
2010 03 30 00 00 00 1 4593.252
2010 04 12 12 59 00 2 4414.176
179.076 m = 587.519 '
You ask a very good question. I looked up the buoys, and they have a very short lifespan (2-4 years)
Sooooo... I checked to see what's close -- 55023 and 55012 are the currently deployed ones in that area (so I can compare what's going on within a
few hundred miles) :
As of my recent data scan, 55012 appears to be out of service as of 3/17/10 (anomalies shown earlier indicate the thing was failing, and it WAS 2
In checking 55023 (date March 13 to April 12 with one week lapse in data), I see no data anomalies (except for one 9999.9 which I think is a failure
to transmit... so that 'one week out for service' might be plausible).
I'm thinking that there's something odd in the way the requests are being processed.
If the area was rising that fast, we'd see a lot of seismograph activity in the area.