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Originally posted by westcoast
reply to post by Greenize
this certainly won't get you laughed out. It's just the type of personal accounts we are looking for. Most of us quake watchers know that sometimes our pets are the best guage for quakes.
I have a small dog that has been predicting small,local quakes in my area very accurately for the past couple of months. I have it documented here on my other threads. This is what she does:
Shakes...sometimes very hard.
Rolls her eyes, looking around at something that she thinks is there but can't see
Hides under my computer desk...or sits on my feet if I am standing somewhere.
She has thrown up a couple of times...or wont take treats (VERY unusuall for her)
She seems to do this one to four hours from the time of the quake. They are usually whithin 20 miles of our house, and shallow. (Although I live in a seismic area, it is not normal to have them in my local area)
My other dog is a bit different. He predicted a couple of the big quakes last year. He will bark very hard for no reason, run around and act very restless. He does it very close to the actuall quakes....minutes. These tend to be very large quakes that are far away. My theory is that even though its far away, it involves the same fault, so he can hear it.
SO...I would definately pay attention to your pets and other animals. How close are you to these quakes? I would like to pull up a seismic station as close to you as possible.
Originally posted by Greenize
This may get me laughed out of here, but I have to say it... I live in Western Ky. I have a small rat terrier... anyone that knows these little guys knows that they are hyper little beasts! Attack anything no matter how big it is... that is my little Manpanties! (Manzies in front of company) lol This morning, he not only barfed in the floor, he spent the rest of the day hiding under a chair shaking! I had to pull him out and sit him on my lap only to have him get down and run back under the chair! This worries me, because it is not like him!!
He has calmed down tonight, but is still not his usual mean self... I also noticed that my two bird feeders that are normally covered with birds were bare today... maybe nothing, but considering whats going on I thought I should mention it!
Originally posted by Robin Marks
Also, I will even try for a minute or so before I go to bed, I want to track down the exact location of the one of the disposal wells. The sherrif was talking about it in an article. He even described the location and gave references. But he's been quoted in several, but only one version has him giving directions to the site.