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Originally posted by AuntB
Wow, what a find Olivine. I click on the USGS quite often but many of the earthquakes on Earthscope ANF are not listed on USGS. What is correct? Also, the LA ABC live quake cam went off this week. I figured it was broke but now are they just hiding stuff?
I also noticed that the Earthscope ANF site doesn't have the Utah quakes.edit on 11-11-2011 by AuntB because: (no reason given)
Magnitude 5.0 mb
Depth 15 km
UTC Time 15:08:11 UTC Friday November 11th, 2011
Location North Pacific Ocean, Pacific Basin
The HAARP Digisonde, which was developed and provided by the University of Massachusetts at Lowell, was one of the first instruments installed at the HAARP Research Station. The purposes of this instrument are to support frequency management of the 3600 kilowatt Ionospheric Research Instrument transmitter and to provide real time ionospheric characteristics for guiding experiment selection. The Digisonde data are processed, archived, and are available for post-analysis of experiment results
Originally posted by PuterMan
reply to post by angelchemuel
So last night was the full moon and nothing happened. Tonight is the end of the word because it is 11-11-11 or something so what is in store for the rest of the week end?
I would have thought that it the knicker elastic breaks you would be too busy to go commando to TAs thread. However, in the same vein as the Captain of the Titanic's "what iceberg?", I shall say "what earthquake?" I am not expecting any earthquake.
By the way RSOE on those supervolcanoes pages often just slam up all the quakes so they do appear under two or more different areas. It is what is know as being incompetent.
Now I am going to have to spend the weekend decontaminating myself.