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I've got a Velodyne sub hooked up to a harmon kardon, do you think the guy down the road might chime in next?
Seismic and or magnetic activity can be monitored in real time and the data is never filtered or sanitized. The collection points are little huts and they are monitored by scientists, not G-men.
When the fun begins it will be over before you have time to blink, a lucky few will have a few seconds to ponder.
Underwater seismic recorder.
Originally posted by crazydaisy
Puterman the sound sure rings a bell for me in some way - I have heard this before but as I age I have a difficult time remembering when and where, and I have had a lot of "whens" and "wheres". If it comes to me I will let all know. Should I say thanks for the memories
Originally posted by zenius
Maybe it was a 'silent' earthquake. There was a report of such in 2004: www.komonews.com...
Maybe if you contact Washington Uni, they may be able to confirm or deny?
I believe in animal behavior being related to tectonic activity. My dogs have been a bit different ever since the big one in Haitai and more so since the chili and cali quakes earlier this year. More neady, standing and just staring at me like I am suposed to do something but they/I don't know what. As far as the past few days....I can't say for sure with the dogs. They aren't particularly restless...but they are going outside a few times more than usuall and my sensitive dog keeps running to back and barking frantically at something that isn't there. Maybe there's a racoon hanging around....I don't know. Now my chickens are a different story. They have been giving us five eggs daily for months now. The past four days have produced only ONE. Nothing has changes. Same light,food,water, etc. Maybe just the season....but it's wierd.
I hope I answered your other questions with my previous posts for times/locations.