posted on Mar, 23 2011 @ 08:16 PM
Originally posted by billxam
The map that I'm tracking the combined reports on shows that the current rumbling sounds are clustered around the great lakes/east coast of the
country. There are reports from Asia, OZ and the UK also with no discernible pattern at this point.
While there are reports filtering in from the west coast, as yet there haven't been any from any potentially active volcanic areas.
I for one certainly hope that this isn't a sign of a disaster and only an interesting anomaly.
Have there been any reports of "earthquake lights" from those respondents to your map?
How about assisting in this project which will correlate earthquake lights, strange sounds and rumblings - before, during, after - and earthquakes.
The information collected could possibly lead to some sort of earthquake prediction system here within ATS if the data can be analyzed for some sort
of predictive pattern. The idea is to collect the correct data from the start - and as soon as possible IMHO.
I, personally, would welcome any advice/help/suggestions/interested parties to make this idea better and a reality sooner. (CLP are you there?)
It might be interesting to see if any of these sounds have "Earthquake Lights" associated with them before/during/after the sounds and an
earthquake? Or were there sounds/lights and the EQ hasn't happened as yet - we really do not have enough data to make an informed decision as to the
amount of time between events...?
Please help to spread the word to as many people as possible to quickly build the database as this information and map may prove to be quite timely -
especially to people in the Yellowstone/New Madrid/West Coast/Alaska areas.
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Thank you for your time and consideration.
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