Having been in contact with a guy who knows about these things, I'd like to post his response.
"i looked at all the link supplied pages and here is what i have to say (taken from one of my pages):
Ultimately, the ONLY source of seismograph excitation (no matter the instrument design) is ENERGY. Additionally, the ONLY thing that delivers energy
to the seismometer is Earth's ACCELERATION at the site of the instrument.
This is true not only for the instrument's response to earthquake waves whose periods are shorter than about 300 s, but also for earth 'hum' in
which the instrument responds mainly to tilt, when the periods are greater than about 300 to 1000 s.
the first thing i had a problem with was what was the actual time on the original post... which i finally figured out to be around 16:30 UTC as
opposed to 16:30 MDT.
near the top of page six i finally found some screen shots of the original data: www.abovetopsecret.com...
and there are a couple of things i would like to point out.
there was a magnitude 6.5 in acre, brazil a little before the event mentioned in the original post ... and if you notice, the depth was in my
'interest level' because it was at 565.3km (351.3 miles), which i keep track of == meaning, 'i noticed it':
MAP 6.5 2010/05/24 16:18:28 -8.095 -71.558 565.3 ACRE, BRAZIL
the link is: earthquake.usgs.gov...
now ... if one wanders around this page: www.flyingsnail.com...
one will see various travel times i have recorded from distant earthquakes to one of my seismic station locations == also note the magnitudes of the
everything, in regard to the (above) mentioned post, i have seen, 'looks normal' to me; however, it would appear usgs has been having some equipment
problems, that did not have anything to do with the 'mentioned event': look under == USGS: Northern CA temblor unrelated to Baja quake
where there is an interesting, to say the least, usgs observation and the link is:
(otoh) there are some (imo) interesting, for lack of a better word, anomalies appearing that would, sort of, go hand in hand with "earth changes"
... for example, (iirc) the haiti earthquake threw the earth a little off axis, resulting in a time variation... ;-) speaking of which, i found this
comment interesting (also on page six):
"Hmm... hmm.... I wonder... there has been a lot of talk about reality splitting into two densities, the lower 3rd density vibration and the higher
4th density vibration. I can definitely testify that I have personally experienced both vibrations (one linear, one not) and they are quite different.
Although that could be in my head. A timeline split definitely comes to mind in this case. I hope I didn't get left behind here in the lower density,
The science behind this has to do with, in my opinion, our solar system coming closer to the galactic equator where I believe a field of energy screws
with time as we get closer to it. This fits into Terrence McKenna's timewave zero theory, as theoretically, the amount of time for an idea to
manifest itself in the material realm should be a reverse exponential from the distance to the December 2012 date."
if you recall, terrence used to stop by our sfo place, when he was in town, ... and we really had some great shroom chats (grin).
(fwiw) here is another seismic page i constantly check: www.emsc-csem.org...
which often has different data than usgs and
(imo) a good cross-reference.
[edit on 26-5-2010 by dgwest7]