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Quake Watch 2011

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posted on Jun, 24 2011 @ 05:46 PM
reply to post by ressiv

What exactly are you looking at to come to that conclusion?

Waht about the quakes that happened on other days when there was no CME

posted on Jun, 24 2011 @ 06:53 PM

Originally posted by ressiv
well..... looking at today;s list of EQ's we can state that CME's triggers EQ's???????
with other words an cloud of particles has the same effect of an bang with an sledgehammer
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edit on 24-6-2011 by ressiv because: (no reason given)

I for one do believe that quakes are SOMETIMES triggered by solar events. I have been making notes on this since 2002 and very intensive for since Dec 2008.

To clarify:
Not all quakes are solar related; quakes are purely because of geological structure and motion on earth;
Most quakes happen because of a sudden release of solid material.

Sometimes there could be a 'lock' in the movement of the Earth crust or tectonic plate;
Sometimes such region might be electro or magnetic charged, often because of pressure;
In those cases a sudden change in electro or magnetic radiation from the sun could cause the release of the lock; result is quake. BUT the same could also happen because of cosmic radiation.

Most solar flares do not affect the geology of the Earth.
Usually those flares that is high in Electrical or Magnetic charge does affect the Earth in some or other ways;
- IF enough of this E/M charge does reach through the magnetosphere,
- THEN it still needs to be of such kind (Beta, Gamma or other) that it will also penetrate deep enough into the crust of the earth to cause a magnetic or electrical effect a at depth to be able to cause an earthquake.
- Sometimes the solar energy might affect the atmosphere which will then change the charge on the surface . . .

There are just too many SOMETIMES and IF's.

Until now I can only say 'It is VERY difficult to reach a conclusion.'
Kind of comparing it to a pedestrian crossing the road - Will he be hit by a car, truck, train, aircraft or nothing?
Mostly it is nothing.

posted on Jun, 24 2011 @ 07:30 PM
It's been quite interesting reading everyone's "predictions" in the last few months and what people use to base them on. May I join in?

I've got my own system. I'm a romantic and in love. My man is overseas but came to visit me in February. Yes, took the plane on the 22nd. (Christchurch)
He stayed two weeks and left, yes, on the 12th March. (Japan)

He's coming back in a week! Leaving Belgium on the 1st of July, arriving on the 3rd in NZ. So, uhm, biggie around the 2nd!? Just not sure where. He's flying via LA!

I'm not making jokes or anything but I do believe in coincidences so you never know! Since nobody can really predict earthquakes, my system is as (in)accurate as any other but it would freak me out if there was a big one in NZ next week.

posted on Jun, 24 2011 @ 08:08 PM
reply to post by muzzy

Maybe the Moon had something to do with it

Apogee Jun 24 4:14 404274 km N-7d 4h

Na, its all just random and coincidence

Alaska has been quiet this year for sure, but so has ................ Tibet or China eg
so why Alaska?

posted on Jun, 24 2011 @ 09:35 PM
reply to post by muzzy

so why Alaska?

My dear fellow surely you know that the glancing blow by the CME excited the ionosphere to the point where it could no longer contain it's excitement. Back-flux from the burst caused ionosphereic layer pooling due to the attraction of the moon strengthening the frequency spectrum just at the time that HAARP started up. HAARP stuck the underside of the pooled layer and an electron cascade fell to earth right on Alaska, triggering the 7.2 and other smaller quakes and causing Polar Bears to cuss loudly. This scared the Inuit so much that they travelled south and joined their brethren in running Casinos.

That my dear chap is why Alaska and not one of those other Johnny Foreigner places.

posted on Jun, 24 2011 @ 11:13 PM
reply to post by Anneke

That's Creepy Crawly

Maybe he should take a train or boat

posted on Jun, 25 2011 @ 12:36 AM
reply to post by PuterMan

could be

posted on Jun, 25 2011 @ 12:44 AM
reply to post by Anneke

being a romantic, numbers probably don't mean much to you, but based on what has happened already this year (in NZ) the odds of a 5 on the day he gets back is 12.64% (22/174) and the chance of a 6 is 0.575% (1/174)

just like any other day ( odds change as time goes on)

posted on Jun, 25 2011 @ 01:58 AM
Does anyone remember a thread or post that tried to demonstrate a pattern to quake locations globally? I'm sure it had an animation..
and drew the conclusion there was no pattern.

posted on Jun, 25 2011 @ 05:18 AM
reply to post by muzzy

I just say that solar events has an influence at the earth crust as extra.... ofcorse EQ's always happens...
but there might be an increase of them when we are strucked by an CME... like yesterday

list of yesterday was nearly doubble as the day before lets see wat the list will be today...

posted on Jun, 25 2011 @ 05:36 AM
reply to post by MoorfNZ

I did post this here on ATS, no idea what page it was on though
Quake Trails

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posted on Jun, 25 2011 @ 06:05 AM
blathering on from post by muzzy

As a test I did one day, 01.01.2011 (for NZ) and the number of located quakes went from 25 to 79 ....................... 55 additions 5 revised up, 17 revised down, 2 relocated, one no change and two with undetermined magnitude

It took me a while, always does when you try out something new, now I have the parameters reset and new icons madeit should be easier and this is what it would look like

Heres the original Preliminary map for 1/1/2011 (screenshot)

Heres what the Revised map would look like (sort of, it would be the same size as the first one and be interactive)

Thing is ...... who cares?

I get 11-71 views per day, it kind of follows in tandem with the number of quakes per day, get more hits when there is a Mag 5+ than when things are quiet. My feeling is that if the guys at Geonet went to the trouble of locating all these quake then at least someone should map them out for the world to see

posted on Jun, 25 2011 @ 06:42 AM
reply to post by muzzy

My feeling is that if the guys at Geonet went to the trouble of locating all these quake then at least someone should map them out for the world to see

I agree with you 100% on that one.

Now what you need to concentrate on having got the maps sorted is to get the site traffic up. Have you got all the Google, Bing and Yahoo search engine thingys done?

BTW I only get around 25-30 hits on QVSData on an average so you are not alone. (Or should that be we are both alone?)

Like the new orbs (note to self: must not refer to them as muzzy's balls) and the subtle change to the post info!

edit on 25/6/2011 by PuterMan because: To correct spelling errors even though English IS my first and only language

posted on Jun, 25 2011 @ 09:49 AM
Following the Alaskan 7.2 M, I began watching Yellowstone closely to determine if the Alaskan quake would remotely trigger changes to Yellowstone's activity.


Of course you have to note that the recent Alaskan quake is much smaller than the 7.9M in 2002. So, it's not surprising nothing happened at Yellowstone. And if you factor in there is general subsidence now at the park, it also seems logical since the chamber is not expanding and putting pressure on the crust. The subsidence over time will cause some swarms eventually. But they will be relatively small and isolated.

As I thought about the conditions at Yellowstone in relation to Alaska, something hit me broadside. I think the 2002 Alaskan 7.9 M quake did more than cause swarms and geyser changes at Yellowstone.

I believe the 7.9 M in 2002 triggered the uplift which began in 2004.
Robin, that's way too long a period in between to be related.

No. The 7.9M happened late in the year in November.

Well, what about the fact that that means the events are separated by a year?

That's nothing in geological terms. A heart beat. And we can't forget that there was a significant event in the park that happen during 2003. While most parts of the park at that time were in subsidence, the north rim had been in a state of uplift since 1996. That changed and it began subsiding as well. Then in 2004, the general trend changed and the park had a major uplift.

In 2004, scientist found that the park was rising at a remarkable rate of 7mm a year. They theorize that there was a massive magma injection.

But how did the massive magma inflow begin?

With the 7.9 M in Alaska in 2002. The shockwaves from that quake are thought to have caused changes in the aquifer which changed geyer patterns. The changes also caused swarm earthquakes as regular channels for water and magma had to change course.

The changes brought on by the 7.9 M quake also allowed an intrution of magma which led to the record setting uplift from 2004-2010.

The changing dynamics at Yellowstone which began in November 2002, allowed magma ( i have no idea whether or not the magma injection was from deep within the chamber, or, if it was from the surrounding mountian ranges- i suspect it came from outside the chamber) to breach the chamber and increase the volume of magma. This increased the pressure within the chamber. The expanding pressure caused the uplift.

edit on 25-6-2011 by Robin Marks because: (no reason given)

posted on Jun, 25 2011 @ 10:02 AM
Jun 24, 11:05 PM EDT

Warning system glitches found after Alaska quake
Associated Press

JUNEAU, Alaska (AP) -- Glitches were reported in Alaska's tsunami warning system after Thursday evening's 7.2-magnitude earthquake in the Aleutian chain, causing some anxiety and bewilderment among residents.

State Department of Homeland Security spokesman Jeremy Zidek said Friday that tsunami warning messages were sent late via the emergency alert system to TV and radio stations, about the same time the warning was being canceled.

The Kenai Peninsula Borough reported its sirens, tied to a weather radio system, only went off when the alert was canceled. Normally, there's no siren when a warning is canceled, emergency management director Eric Mohrmann said.

"It's unfortunate it occurred" that way, he said Friday. "It's not a perfect system, that's for sure."

The reason for the glitches wasn't immediately clear, though Zidek said the state does not rely on just one system to alert communities to possible dangers. For example, he said officials also send emails and make calls, alerting communities to possible impending dangers. In all, 14 communities were notified Thursday, he said. Mohrmann said he learned of the tsunami warning by email.


posted on Jun, 25 2011 @ 07:09 PM
reply to post by PuterMan

well I'm up there on Google for certain keywords (that I wrote into the About page so the spiders would catch them), otherwise is there something on Wordpress I should have clicked on?

I've got one post up, took me ages to copy the guts of the seabreeze side column over once I had the template set up the same.
Have added an image at the bottom so that folks can link to the original map and list. I may do it the opposite way too.
Only 10,212 quakes to go
If I do one a day I should be up to June by the end of the year

Oops forgot the page

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posted on Jun, 25 2011 @ 07:40 PM
reply to post by jjjtir

Its been 7 years since Banda Aceh but I bet the Dept of Homeland Security has spend a hundred times the funds setting up survellience and search programmes on its own citizens to stop terrorists than on any Tsunami Warning Systems,when one Tsunami has the potential to kill a corresponding hundred times the people than 9/11 did.

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posted on Jun, 25 2011 @ 07:48 PM
I read on several sites that earthquakes have been increasing in frequency and intensity. Some have been predicting this since 1998. Perhaps this is due to Expanding Earth theory as the Sun gets hotter and heats the Earth internally with neutrinos. Neutrinos can't heat us as they just pass through us...much like the 2012 movie.
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posted on Jun, 25 2011 @ 11:35 PM

Originally posted by muzzy
reply to post by PuterMan

Oops forgot the page

edit on 25-6-2011 by muzzy because: (no reason given)

Well indeed I did................... twice ( or they deleted the link)

NZEQ Revised 2011, Page 1

posted on Jun, 25 2011 @ 11:40 PM
reply to post by CantSay

Actually in 100 year terms this year has been pretty quiet apart from the Honshu mag 9.0 , in fact there was a two and a half month gap between the last 2 Mag 7's

So I'd say they are talking through their azz.

See my World 7+ project in the links below my post, check out the graphs and make your own conclusions, its based mostly on USGS data, likely the same source as the one you've been reading

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