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Originally posted by westcoast
OMG..... I stayed up so late last night that I slept in, and look at what I have missed!!! I am sooooo sorry you guys. I'll try to get caught up. Just a couple of quick comments first, and then I am going to go for another walk down my street (away from some noises) and try to get some more audio, if it is still there. (really hoping it is)
You guys ROCK...especially YOU Puterman!!!! I knew you could break it down, and that if my seismo friends got invovled, we could make some connections. I found a couple of odd seismos last night too, Puterman but hesitated to link them since I wasn't sure they were connected and didn't want to cause any undue panic. The fact that you have connected them now honestly has me a bit jittery.
First, I think it important to better locate this current rumble. For me it is MOST definately SW of my location. I am about 80 North of Seattle, 20 miles from the coast. If you look at a map, I am just east of a town called Mount Vernon. Based on other posters, I think that puts it in somewhere near puget sound, which is what was kinda freaking me out. The plate, the plate.....oh that scary plate. (right about where we had the 6.7 some years ago)
I first noticed it at about 12:30 PM yesterday. I went for my walk around 2:00 PM (pacific time....5:00 east coast time) and recorded at about 2:30 PM. I last heard it around 4:00 PM. There was then a chain saw going next door and I couldn't hear anything else, but I think I sitll felt a rumble,
OK...more answers later, I will do some seismo surfing and make a map. Right now...off to find more hard 'evidence'.
Originally posted by gringoboy
This maybe unrelated and alarmist, if so ignore but has anyone noticed an increase in static shocks,like when you hand someone something or switch your TV or lights off or on.I have noticed this and well with the evidence of static storms on saturn I`m wondering