posted on Mar, 11 2011 @ 05:37 AM
reply to post by Aerny
seismo's even record sonic booms and all sorts of things. when they show activity, it doesn't mean a quake.
areas prone to quakes have quakes all the time, mostly low mag and if there's increased geomagnetic activity generally then these small quakes could
well be more frequent.
all the sites are showing nothing major at Yellowstone currently, in fact there hasn't been any quakes recorded there since the 10th, before the
People who aren't seismologists would be well advised not to read too much in to seismo's as they often appear misleading to those that aren't
qualified to read them properly and especially without the corresponding data to enable correct translations.
There are sites that have updates to the minute that give better indication of activity and threats.