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6.9 Quake just hit Soloman Islands Area

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posted on Apr, 23 2011 @ 02:25 PM
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Originally posted by XxRagingxPandaxX
It seems like the Earth is starting to wake up. Does this have any connection with the Sun waking up? I think so.


Or Not. Earthquakes happen every. However, due to recent events that have been covered extensively by the media, we're more alerted and are more cautious whenever we hear of a new quake.

This is nothing new.




posted on Apr, 23 2011 @ 02:32 PM
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Not sure if anyone answered this for you.


does that mean the quake was centred between 2 sensors? recorded on both with the average being right or was there infact 2 quakes?


As far as I can see from my database the information from the USGS has not been reissued (I keep a record of all revisions), neither has it been deleted and reissued (I keep a record of all deletions as well). These are the circumstances that sometimes cause some sites to duplicate a quake.

In addition the EMSC data does not seem to be different enough from the USGS data to cause a duplication either. My program spotted the two coming in and automatically combined them.

So in answer to your question (1) I believe there was only the one 6.9, (2) the duplication on that site appears to be an error. If the site is automated this could be the case especially seeing what weekend this is.



posted on Apr, 23 2011 @ 03:11 PM
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I know that 6.9 is not plus 0.9 stronger than a 6.0, I have grasped the logarithmic scale.

What I was trying to get across was that if an earthquake above 6.0 happens that many times a year (admittedly many not as high as a 6.9) it isn't all that uncommon.


You are right in that there 160 or so a year and by comparison to Mag 7s at 21 last year they are relatively frequent. I understand what you are saying.


Yet I see a lot of posts for these such earthquakes and what I was trying to ask is, what am I missing? Why are they so significant?


Well here we have a problem. The problem is knowing which ones are significant and which are not so significant. A mag 6 is a reasonable size quake but as has been said it depends where it occurs and the geology of the area. In this case the quake was on the deep side at 80+ Km but was only in 760 metres of water and reasonably close to land so has the potential for a tsunami.

In addition, although it has not been pointed out, actually Mag 6 quakes are not so common in this particular area. In the last 2years and 3 months there have been around 70 or so Mag 5 which not that many, 35 or so a year, and only 10 ma 6+ (1 was a 7+)



The distribution of these is also sparse, and this tells a tale



This graph IS taken from 01/01/2009 but note that nothing happens before Jan 2010. 5 popped off then, including the 7+ and then there has been sparse activity since.

The mag 5 quakes show the same Jan 2010 rise, but have been ticking over at a more steady rate. This graph is ONLY mag 5s




This was my first post and i've obviously managed to ask the wrong question... Anyway, i've thus far managed to derail the thread and I wasn't attempting to troll just to try to get some understanding.

You can get back on topic now.


'Nuff said. Welcome to ATS. It can be a bit brutal at times. On the other hand, in view of the motto of the site, you should always ask.



edit on 23/4/2011 by PuterMan because: It was 5 in Jan 2010 not 4 as I originally wrote.



posted on Apr, 23 2011 @ 03:21 PM
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Just thought I'd get in before anyone else did:

This EQ was clearly caused by HAARP, Comet Elenin, the approaching Solar Maximum, the pole reversal, the passage of the earth through the equatorial plane of the galaxy, the proximity of 2012 as predicted by the Mayan elders, and that's all completely obvious to those in the know.

It's also very likely to be the cause of any big news events that occur in the next few days. I'll post again when my prediction is fulfilled.



posted on Apr, 23 2011 @ 03:35 PM
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I enjoy reading your threads,and think your doin a great job.
I live in England,so therefore need not worry!,but know that if sumthink waz gonna go down,you,d give me sum warning
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with that my friend I will sleep all the better knowing that tonite
s+f.



posted on Apr, 23 2011 @ 03:47 PM
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lol, thanks, but I must be honest....I rarely monitor that part of the world. I figure PuterMan's got that covered.
But he's grumpy all the time, so better watch out!


j/k, actually, he's a very cool dude that can get his buttons pushed from time to time just like the rest of us. One of the few I can disagree with and stay friends, in the interest of science.... Ok, junk science. w/e.

As far I can tell, I have been looking for any reports of damage/injuries on this quake, and it appears so far that there was not too much. So there is good news in that. Still, a near 7 quake is news, no matter where it is. I suppose if it had hit the San Andreas fault and killed 10,000 only then it would have had any relevance. Right kro?



posted on Apr, 23 2011 @ 03:49 PM
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Thank you for taking the time to post such an informative response!

I'm glad I asked now. It's certainly given me more to think about, which is what I like about this site.

I'm going to bed now but i'll reread your post in the morning when/if I have my brain back.



posted on Apr, 23 2011 @ 04:05 PM
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ok this may all be posted already but i thought i would share a little...these are some sites i use to keep in the know..so to speak...anyway some are ok..others kind of take getting used to..but i personally put all the info i gather from these sites and view it as a whole.
1.www.intellicast.com...
2.www.globalincidentmap.com...
3.earthquake.usgs.gov...
4.volcanoes.usgs.gov...

this is from globalincidentmap.com:
DATE/TIME REGION MAGNITUDE DEPTH (in km) DETAIL
Saturday April 23 2011, 19:55:41 UTC 37 minutes ago Southern California 1.3 10.5 Detail
Saturday April 23 2011, 19:48:44 UTC 44 minutes ago Northern California 2.3 2.8 Detail
Saturday April 23 2011, 19:42:57 UTC 50 minutes ago Northern California 3.2 2.4 Detail
Saturday April 23 2011, 19:42:11 UTC 51 minutes ago Baja California, Mexico 2.5 9.7 Detail
Saturday April 23 2011, 19:34:31 UTC 59 minutes ago off the east coast of Honshu, Japan 4.8 38.5 Detail
Saturday April 23 2011, 19:28:06 UTC 65 minutes ago Northern California 1.5 2.4 Detail
Saturday April 23 2011, 19:04:01 UTC 89 minutes ago Northern California 1.2 2.1 Detail
Saturday April 23 2011, 19:02:59 UTC 90 minutes ago Central California 1.9 5.0 Detail
Saturday April 23 2011, 18:55:39 UTC 98 minutes ago Nevada 1.3 0.4 Detail
Saturday April 23 2011, 18:19:13 UTC 2 hours ago Central Alaska 2.2 104.0 Detail
Saturday April 23 2011, 17:56:18 UTC 2 hours ago Nevada 2.1 0.0 Detail
Saturday April 23 2011, 17:53:27 UTC 2 hours ago Nevada 1.9 0.1 Detail
Saturday April 23 2011, 17:27:42 UTC 3 hours ago Southern California 1.9 5.6 Detail
Saturday April 23 2011, 17:22:10 UTC 3 hours ago Southern California 1.1 12.8 Detail
Saturday April 23 2011, 17:14:51 UTC 3 hours ago Southern California 1.5 11.7 Detail
Saturday April 23 2011, 16:52:29 UTC 3 hours ago Central Alaska 2.0 83.7 Detail
Saturday April 23 2011, 16:43:33 UTC 3 hours ago San Francisco Bay area, California 1.4 11.9 Detail
Saturday April 23 2011, 16:05:06 UTC 4 hours ago Northern California 1.7 1.1 Detail
Saturday April 23 2011, 15:59:46 UTC 4 hours ago Southern Alaska 1.8 70.0 Detail
Saturday April 23 2011, 15:54:35 UTC 4 hours ago Southern Alaska 2.0 2.7 Detail
Saturday April 23 2011, 15:53:41 UTC 4 hours ago Nevada 1.5 4.2 Detail
Saturday April 23 2011, 15:52:35 UTC 4 hours ago Channel Islands region, California 2.1 17.6 Detail
Saturday April 23 2011, 15:37:50 UTC 4 hours ago Greater Los Angeles area, California 1.8 7.9 Detail
Saturday April 23 2011, 15:23:56 UTC 5 hours ago Greater Los Angeles area, California 1.7 5.3 Detail
Saturday April 23 2011, 15:03:01 UTC 5 hours ago Central Alaska 2.3 7.6 Detail
Saturday April 23 2011, 15:00:15 UTC 5 hours ago Central Alaska 1.0 17.7 Detail
Saturday April 23 2011, 14:56:15 UTC 5 hours ago Greater Los Angeles area, California 1.7 4.0 Detail
Saturday April 23 2011, 14:36:02 UTC 5 hours ago Northern California 1.2 3.4 Detail
Saturday April 23 2011, 14:31:34 UTC 6 hours ago Southern California 1.6 5.9 Detail
Saturday April 23 2011, 14:31:29 UTC 6 hours ago near the east coast of Honshu, Japan 4.6 41.8 Detail
Saturday April 23 2011, 14:16:38 UTC 6 hours ago Southern Alaska 2.8 77.0 Detail
Saturday April 23 2011, 14:14:11 UTC 6 hours ago Nevada 1.8 0.0 Detail
Saturday April 23 2011, 14:12:03 UTC 6 hours ago Alaska Peninsula 2.5 4.6 Detail
Saturday April 23 2011, 14:09:03 UTC 6 hours ago Northern California 2.1 2.1 Detail
Saturday April 23 2011, 14:02:52 UTC 6 hours ago northern Alaska 2.0 1.1 Detail
Saturday April 23 2011, 14:00:59 UTC 6 hours ago Nevada 1.0 0.0 Detail
Saturday April 23 2011, 13:14:14 UTC 7 hours ago Central California 1.8 10.1 Detail
Saturday April 23 2011, 13:12:47 UTC 7 hours ago Central California 1.7 6.2 Detail
Saturday April 23 2011, 12:58:09 UTC 7 hours ago Southern Alaska 2.7 59.2 Detail
Saturday April 23 2011, 12:42:27 UTC 7 hours ago Arkansas 2.2 4.0 Detail
Saturday April 23 2011, 12:20:31 UTC 8 hours ago Arkansas 3.1 5.2 Detail
Saturday April 23 2011, 12:20:31 UTC 8 hours ago Arkansas 3.1 5.0 Detail
Saturday April 23 2011, 12:04:07 UTC 8 hours ago Central California 1.6 0.5 Detail
Saturday April 23 2011, 11:59:43 UTC 8 hours ago Central California 1.6 6.1 Detail
Saturday April 23 2011, 11:29:36 UTC 9 hours ago Nevada 1.6 3.0 Detail
Saturday April 23 2011, 11:18:28 UTC 9 hours ago Nevada 2.4 3.0 Detail
Saturday April 23 2011, 10:59:26 UTC 9 hours ago near the east coast of Honshu, Japan 4.6 41.6 Detail
Saturday April 23 2011, 10:54:56 UTC 9 hours ago Kenai Peninsula, Alaska 1.8 59.8 Detail
Saturday April 23 2011, 10:44:53 UTC 9 hours ago Kenai Peninsula, Alaska 1.8 60.3 Detail
Saturday April 23 2011, 10:21:07 UTC 10 hours ago Nevada 1.5 5.8 Detail
Saturday April 23 2011, 10:12:48 UTC 10 hours ago near the east coast of Honshu, Japan 6.0 38.9 Detail
Saturday April 23 2011, 10:12:37 UTC 10 hours ago Southern California 1.4 6.6 Detail
Saturday April 23 2011, 09:59:55 UTC 10 hours ago Washington 1.7 17.0 Detail
Saturday April 23 2011, 09:59:21 UTC 10 hours ago Nevada 2.5 5.7 Detail
Saturday April 23 2011, 09:31:17 UTC 11 hours ago Southern California 1.5 7.0 Detail
Saturday April 23 2011, 09:31:17 UTC 11 hours ago Southern California 1.5 7.0 Detail
Saturday April 23 2011, 09:31:17 UTC 11 hours ago Southern California 1.5 7.0 Detail
Saturday April 23 2011, 09:27:42 UTC 11 hours ago Southern Alaska 2.2 74.5 Detail
Saturday April 23 2011, 09:26:41 UTC 11 hours ago Southern California 1.8 12.4 Detail
Saturday April 23 2011, 09:20:31 UTC 11 hours ago Andreanof Islands, Aleutian Islands, Alaska 4.7 35.1 Detail
Saturday April 23 2011, 09:18:33 UTC 11 hours ago Central California 1.6 11.3 Detail
Saturday April 23 2011, 09:16:33 UTC 11 hours ago Central California 2.1 3.6 Detail
Saturday April 23 2011, 08:55:57 UTC 11 hours ago Nevada 1.8 15.3 Detail
Saturday April 23 2011, 08:54:10 UTC 11 hours ago Washington 1.9 8.7 Detail
Saturday April 23 2011, 08:54:00 UTC 11 hours ago southern Sumatra, Indonesia 4.5 212.5 Detail
Saturday April 23 2011, 08:49:51 UTC 11 hours ago Nevada 1.2 3.8 Detail
Saturday April 23 2011, 07:47:14 UTC 12 hours ago Nevada 1.3 15.3 Detail
Saturday April 23 2011, 07:36:44 UTC 12 hours ago Central Alaska 2.7 19.7 Detail
Saturday April 23 2011, 07:31:01 UTC 13 hours ago Northern California 1.3 1.8 Detail
Saturday April 23 2011, 07:29:44 UTC 13 hours ago Central Alaska 2.0 11.9 Detail
Saturday April 23 2011, 07:07:00 UTC 13 hours ago Mona Passage, Puerto Rico 2.1 19.9 Detail
Saturday April 23 2011, 06:50:55 UTC 13 hours ago Northern California 2.1 2.3 Detail
Saturday April 23 2011, 06:30:26 UTC 14 hours ago near the east coast of Honshu, Japan 4.8 55.6 Detail
Saturday April 23 2011, 06:27:48 UTC 14 hours ago Long Valley area, California 1.7 1.1 Detail
Saturday April 23 2011, 06:17:03 UTC 14 hours ago Central California 2.4 3.4 Detail
Saturday April 23 2011, 06:06:04 UTC 14 hours ago Northern California 2.5 7.3 Detail
Saturday April 23 2011, 05:22:11 UTC 15 hours ago central Turkey 4.0 10.4 Detail
Saturday April 23 2011, 05:20:36 UTC 15 hours ago Nevada 1.2 3.2 Detail
Saturday April 23 2011, 05:17:50 UTC 15 hours ago Central California 1.6 13.5 Detail
Saturday April 23 2011, 05:14:58 UTC 15 hours ago Central California 2.4 13.5 Detail
Saturday April 23 2011, 04:59:01 UTC 15 hours ago Nevada 1.5 3.9 Detail
Saturday April 23 2011, 04:54:29 UTC 15 hours ago northern Alaska 2.2 0.0 Detail
Saturday April 23 2011, 04:46:20 UTC 15 hours ago Nevada 1.5 15.1 Detail
Saturday April 23 2011, 04:44:01 UTC 15 hours ago Southern California 1.6 17.2 Detail
Saturday April 23 2011, 04:44:01 UTC 15 hours ago Southern California 1.6 17.2 Detail
Saturday April 23 2011, 04:37:44 UTC 15 hours ago Central Alaska 2.3 126.1 Detail
Saturday April 23 2011, 04:36:27 UTC 15 hours ago Nevada 2.6 0.0 Detail
Saturday April 23 2011, 04:16:55 UTC 16 hours ago Solomon Islands 6.9 81.6 Detail
Saturday April 23 2011, 04:16:55 UTC 16 hours ago Solomon Islands 6.9 98.0 Detail
Saturday April 23 2011, 04:16:55 UTC 16 hours ago Solomon Islands 6.9 98.0 Detail
Saturday April 23 2011, 04:12:53 UTC 16 hours ago Hawaii region, Hawaii 1.8 16.0 Detail
Saturday April 23 2011, 03:58:35 UTC 16 hours ago Nevada 2.3 5.7 Detail
Saturday April 23 2011, 03:33:01 UTC 17 hours ago Baja California, Mexico 1.6 4.5 Detail
Saturday April 23 2011, 03:16:33 UTC 17 hours ago Southern California 1.5 10.6 Detail
Saturday April 23 2011, 03:12:44 UTC 17 hours ago Virgin Islands region 3.6 57.2 Detail
Saturday April 23 2011, 03:06:13 UTC 17 hours ago Babuyan Islands region, Philippines 4.6 45.7 Detail
Saturday April 23 2011, 03:06:04 UTC 17 hours ago Central Alaska 1.6 31.7 Detail
Saturday April 23 2011, 02:54:04 UTC 17 hours ago Central Alaska 2.1 9.5 Detail
Saturday April 23 2011, 02:34:51 UTC 17 hours ago Central Alaska 2.0 0.0 Detail
Saturday April 23 2011, 02:32:55 UTC 18 hours ago Central California 1.0 8.5 Detail
Saturday April 23 2011, 02:20:55 UTC 18 hours ago Central California 1.3 5.1 Detail
Saturday April 23 2011, 02:12:57 UTC 18 hours ago Channel Islands region, California 2.2 14.6 Detail
Saturday April 23 2011, 01:54:37 UTC 18 hours ago Northern California 1.6 3.1 Detail
Saturday April 23 2011, 01:50:33 UTC 18 hours ago Nicaragua 4.9 193.8 Detail
Saturday April 23 2011, 00:39:33 UTC 19 hours ago Long Valley area, California 2.4 1.4 Detail
Friday April 22 2011, 23:54:25 UTC 20 hours ago Puerto Rico 2.2 26.3 Detail
Friday April 22 2011, 23:53:04 UTC 20 hours ago Puerto Rico 2.8 22.4 Detail
Friday April 22 2011, 23:34:18 UTC 20 hours ago Southern California 1.0 4.7 Detail
Friday April 22 2011, 23:11:13 UTC 21 hours ago Kazakhstan-Xinjiang border region 4.9 31.6 Detail
Friday April 22 2011, 23:08:38 UTC 21 hours ago Southern California 2.5 5.5 Detail
Friday April 22 2011, 22:27:17 UTC 22 hours ago San Francisco Bay area, California 1.1 7.9 Detail
Friday April 22 2011, 22:06:45 UTC 22 hours ago Northern California 1.7 8.3 Detail
Friday April 22 2011, 22:06:45 UTC 22 hours ago Northern California 1.7 8.3 Detail
Friday April 22 2011, 21:47:09 UTC 22 hours ago Southern California 1.4 9.0 Detail
Friday April 22 2011, 21:14:37 UTC 23 hours ago Central California 2.2 5.7 Detail
Friday April 22 2011, 20:22:27 UTC 24 hours ago Southern Alaska 1.7 54.3 Detail
Friday April 22 2011, 20:19:18 UTC 24 hours ago Southern California 1.2 8.8 Detail
Friday April 22 2011, 20:12:20 UTC 24 hours ago Central Alaska 1.0 19.9 Detail
Friday April 22 2011, 20:12:01 UTC 24 hours ago Central Alaska 1.1 23.4 Detail
Friday April 22 2011, 19:31:26 UTC 25 hours ago Central Alaska 2.2 7.1 Detail
Friday April 22 2011, 19:10:11 UTC 25 hours ago Central California 1.7 6.9 Detail
Friday April 22 2011, 18:59:04 UTC 25 hours ago Nevada 1.5 5.5 Detail
Friday April 22 2011, 18:59:04 UTC 25 hours ago Nevada 1.5 5.5 Detail
Friday April 22 2011, 18:52:18 UTC 25 hours ago Nevada 3.3 4.5 Detail
Friday April 22 2011, 18:36:08 UTC 25 hours ago Central California 1.8 1.6 Detail
Friday April 22 2011, 18:31:45 UTC 26 hours ago Southern Alaska 1.7 1.2 Detail
Friday April 22 2011, 18:28:34 UTC 26 hours ago Central California 2.4 5.2 Detail
Friday April 22 2011, 18:28:34 UTC 26 hours ago Central California 2.4 5.2 Detail
Friday April 22 2011, 18:13:29 UTC 26 hours ago south of the Fiji Islands 4.7 499.0 Detail
Friday April 22 2011, 18:06:12 UTC 26 hours ago near the east coast of Honshu, Japan 4.5 44.8 Detail
Friday April 22 2011, 18:05:11 UTC 26 hours ago Northern California 1.1 2.9 Detail
Friday April 22 2011, 18:05:11 UTC 26 hours ago Northern California 1.1 2.9 Detail
Friday April 22 2011, 17:56:22 UTC 26 hours ago Southern California 1.4 5.9 Detail
Friday April 22 2011, 17:56:22 UTC 26 hours ago Southern California 1.4 5.9 Detail
Friday April 22 2011, 17:44:41 UTC 26 hours ago Kodiak Island region, Alaska 2.1 45.6 Detail
Friday April 22 2011, 17:14:48 UTC 27 hours ago Tonga region 5.7 1.0 Detail
Friday April 22 2011, 17:04:46 UTC 27 hours ago Wasatch Front Urban Corridor, Utah 2.3 0.2 Detail
Friday April 22 2011, 17:04:26 UTC 27 hours ago Northern California 1.1 0.7 Detail
Friday April 22 2011, 16:56:16 UTC 27 hours ago Island of Hawaii, Hawaii 2.7 36.6 Detail
Friday April 22 2011, 16:44:07 UTC 27 hours ago Southern California 1.5 0.0 Detail
Friday April 22 2011, 16:31:42 UTC 28 hours ago Southern California 1.1 14.8 Detail
Friday April 22 2011, 16:27:41 UTC 28 hours ago off the east coast of Honshu, Japan 4.9 40.4 Detail
Friday April 22 2011, 16:10:21 UTC 28 hours ago Northern California 2.1 8.1 Detail
Friday April 22 2011, 16:05:55 UTC 28 hours ago Northern California 1.1 2.5 Detail
Friday April 22 2011, 16:04:27 UTC 28 hours ago Central Alaska 1.8 88.3 Detail
Friday April 22 2011, 16:04:27 UTC 28 hours ago Central Alaska 1.8 88.3 Detail
Friday April 22 2011, 16:04:27 UTC 28 hours ago Central Alaska 1.8 88.3 Detail
Friday April 22 2011, 16:01:09 UTC 28 hours ago Central California 1.7 3.6 Detail
Friday April 22 2011, 16:01:09 UTC 28 hours ago Central California 1.7 3.6 Detail
Friday April 22 2011, 15:48:29 UTC 28 hours ago western Montana 1.3 0.2 Detail
Friday April 22 2011, 15:47:28 UTC 28 hours ago Central California 2.0 4.0 Detail
Friday April 22 2011, 15:46:17 UTC 28 hours ago Central California 1.5 3.1 Detail
Friday April 22 2011, 15:34:55 UTC 28 hours ago Northern California 1.0 1.8 Detail
Friday April 22 2011, 15:33:55 UTC 28 hours ago Southern California 1.2 9.7 Detail
Friday April 22 2011, 15:25:19 UTC 29 hours ago eastern Honshu, Japan 5.5 35.8 Detail
Friday April 22 2011, 15:11:47 UTC 29 hours ago Island of Hawaii, Hawaii 1.7 10.9 Detail
Friday April 22 2011, 15:11:01 UTC 29 hours ago Southern Alaska 2.9 159.9 Detail
Friday April 22 2011, 15:04:10 UTC 29 hours ago Central Alaska 1.1 0.0 Detail
Friday April 22 2011, 14:57:42 UTC 29 hours ago Southern California 1.3 9.1 Detail
Friday April 22 2011, 14:57:42 UTC 29 hours ago Southern California 1.3 9.1 Detail
Friday April 22 2011, 14:47:16 UTC 29 hours ago Greater Los Angeles area, California 1.8 8.4 Detail
Friday April 22 2011, 14:47:16 UTC 29 hours ago Greater Los Angeles area, California 1.8 8.4 Detail
Friday April 22 2011, 14:38:25 UTC 29 hours ago Northern California 1.1 3.0 Detail
Friday April 22 2011, 14:35:00 UTC 29 hours ago Northern California 2.2 2.1 Detail
Friday April 22 2011, 14:13:03 UTC 30 hours ago Northern California 2.7 23.0 Detail
Friday April 22 2011, 14:13:02 UTC 30 hours ago Northern California 2.7 25.1 Detail
Friday April 22 2011, 13:59:39 UTC 30 hours ago Southern California 1.7 18.6 Detail
Friday April 22 2011, 13:41:52 UTC 30 hours ago Central Alaska 1.6 0.0 Detail
Friday April 22 2011, 13:36:27 UTC 30 hours ago Southern California 1.2 13.8 Detail
Friday April 22 2011, 13:36:27 UTC 30 hours ago Southern California 1.2 13.8 Detail
Friday April 22 2011, 13:36:27 UTC 30 hours ago Southern California 1.2 13.8 Detail
Friday April 22 2011, 13:33:24 UTC 31 hours ago Nevada 1.3 6.7 Detail
Friday April 22 2011, 13:33:24 UTC 31 hours ago Nevada 1.3 6.7 Detail
Friday April 22 2011, 12:58:59 UTC 31 hours ago Seattle-Tacoma urban area, Washington 1.4 25.6 Detail
Friday April 22 2011, 12:56:53 UTC 31 hours ago Greater Los Angeles area, California 1.5 7.8 Detail
Friday April 22 2011, 12:49:39 UTC 31 hours ago Nevada 1.5 6.9 Detail
Friday April 22 2011, 12:49:32 UTC 31 hours ago Island of Hawaii, Hawaii 1.8 6.3 Detail
Friday April 22 2011, 12:35:27 UTC 31 hours ago Nevada 1.3 5.4 Detail
Friday April 22 2011, 12:05:25 UTC 32 hours ago Nevada 1.0 0.9 Detail
Friday April 22 2011, 11:49:27 UTC 32 hours ago Northern California 1.1 1.5 Detail
Friday April 22 2011, 11:32:42 UTC 33 hours ago Nevada 1.8 5.8 Detail
Friday April 22 2011, 11:15:25 UTC 33 hours ago Southern California 1.2 3.5 Detail
Friday April 22 2011, 11:08:40 UTC 33 hours ago Baja California, Mexico 2.4 8.1 Detail
Friday April 22 2011, 10:48:33 UTC 33 hours ago Arkansas 2.1 4.7 Detail
Friday April 22 2011, 10:44:14 UTC 33 hours ago Southern California 1.1 15.2 Detail
Friday April 22 2011, 10:28:17 UTC 34 hours ago off the east coast of Honshu, Japan 4.7 24.9 Detail
Friday April 22 2011, 10:26:02 UTC 34 hours ago Southern California 2.1 12.7 Detail
Friday April 22 2011, 09:46:41 UTC 34 hours ago Baja California, Mexico 2.5 0.0 Detail
Friday April 22 2011, 09:41:26 UTC 34 hours ago Southern Alaska 1.3 7.9 Detail
Friday April 22 2011, 09:12:09 UTC 35 hours ago Nevada 1.4 0.0 Detail
Friday April 22 2011, 08:50:35 UTC 35 hours ago Nevada 1.0 7.0 Detail
Friday April 22 2011, 08:42:40 UTC 35 hours ago off the east coast of Honshu, Japan 4.6 19.1 Detail
Friday April 22 2011, 08:38:42 UTC 35 hours ago Nevada 1.3 5.9 Detail
Friday April 22 2011, 08:38:42 UTC 35 hours ago Nevada 1.3 5.9 Detail
Friday April 22 2011, 08:34:31 UTC 35 hours ago Central Alaska 2.2 4.5 Detail
Friday April 22 2011, 08:34:27 UTC 35 hours ago Nevada 1.1 5.4 Detail
Friday April 22 2011, 08:31:07 UTC 36 hours ago Northern California 1.1 3.0 Detail
Friday April 22 2011, 08:26:22 UTC 36 hours ago Northern California 1.0 3.8 Detail
Friday April 22 2011, 08:18:41 UTC 36 hours ago Central Alaska 2.5 1.1 Detail
Friday April 22 2011, 07:54:35 UTC 36 hours ago Nevada 1.6 18.7 Detail

Anyways..It dosent look like the 6.9 caused any major damage and no tsunamis were created.so all is good for now i guess.hope you find the sites useful in your search for knowledge...Thanks for the thread TA. On a second note...I really wish everyone would stop butchering each other on this topic and site!Understanding the situation does not require being a douche...work together and we might get somewhere. Everyone makes errors..pick up that slack..but that dosent mean be an ass about it.Sorry i cant post links very well so hopefully the list will be sufficient. Be Blessed to all, and Blessed Be!



posted on Apr, 23 2011 @ 04:56 PM
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They seem to be continuous which seems like they aren't going to stop anytime soon and its like what someone has already stated.....it seems as if the Earth is waking up....scary stuff.



posted on Apr, 23 2011 @ 06:00 PM
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or maybe......

clickie



posted on Apr, 23 2011 @ 07:09 PM
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cheers for being ever-vigilant TA, your threads are a goldmine of info and after eq3d, you're the first place i look to for relevant eq news.

off-topic but i live in lima and everyone here seems to be buzzing with 'we're overdue a biggie', and when i look round the PROF it does look strangely lacking in activity here compared to everywhere else. we tend to get weak temblors 2 or 3 times a week but havent felt one for weeks, ever since the sendai monster in fact. hope i'm not tempting fate, she is a VERY fickle mistress after all.

thx again.



posted on Apr, 23 2011 @ 07:18 PM
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Makes perfect sense to me. It usually goes quiet for a year or more after a 9 pointer as far as I can tell. (I am working on the exact details)

There is always a first time but as I have stated elsewhere I don't think anyone is going to see a 9+ for the rest of this year as there is no instance that ever happening. I so hope I am right!!



posted on Apr, 23 2011 @ 07:22 PM
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Originally posted by PuterMan
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Makes perfect sense to me. It usually goes quiet for a year or more after a 9 pointer as far as I can tell. (I am working on the exact details)

There is always a first time but as I have stated elsewhere I don't think anyone is going to see a 9+ for the rest of this year as there is no instance that ever happening. I so hope I am right!!


me too man and I'm sure you are. You'd better be anyway, i live in a house made of glass lol, we wouldnt stand a chance in a 6+ and I'd be in about 300 different pieces. props to you also for all your hard work.



posted on Apr, 23 2011 @ 08:43 PM
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I noticed the USGS issued a volcanic advisory for the Pegan volcano on The Northern Mariana Islands. Wonder if it has any connection to the the 6.9 quake.
edit on 23-4-2011 by jaydeePNW because: spelling



posted on Apr, 23 2011 @ 08:54 PM
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Originally posted by TrueAmerican
I just realized something. How is this in any way irrelevant to someone who has a relative vacationing or living there, as kro32 contends? It could be the most relevant thing in their life at the moment, to find out if their loved one is ok.

:shk:

Man! What a fricken inconsiderate, self absorbed, non caring ****. Just go away man. I CURSE THE FRICKEN DAY THAT SO GOT RID OF THE IGNORE BUTTON.

Or on the other hand you could also be causing needless worry and concern for loved ones who have family vacationing there.
imagine how a family may feel when we have seen all these disasters and loss of lives and find out on ATS that there was a large quake in the Soloman Islands, all that needless worry to find out that there was "No" tsunami or damage to property or loss of life.

I am one of those people who watched your threads and listened to what you had to say, I am so sorry to say this but now I feel you are just after the accolades.



posted on Apr, 23 2011 @ 09:18 PM
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Originally posted by KevinB

Originally posted by kro32
Are you gonna make a thread everytime there is seismic activity somewhere in the world? Don't you think your being a little reduntant with all these similar posts?

You can do what you want however I'm just not seeing the point your trying to get across. Why don't you just make one thread and update it everytime usgs puts out a new chart or something. Nothing really relevant here to merit it's own thread.


Wow, first of all TrueAmerican is a valued and very respected member here at ats. Second, a 6.9 earthquake is not normal, in fact christchurch was only a 6.3. This is news and thank you TA for keeping us informed, I found out about this hours earlier than I would have thanks to you, and that to me is the best part of this site, real time news.

As for the earthquake, it looks to me that the whole pacific plate is coming alive with larger earthquakes, I hope Cali is t next because the cascade and San andres would be Japan all over again
edit on 22-4-2011 by KevinB because: (no reason given)


It is normal.
The Solomon Islands are always undergoing high levels of seismic activity.



posted on Apr, 23 2011 @ 09:20 PM
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ENOUGH!!!!!!!!!!!

There will be no more attacks on each other or talking about other members. The topic, a good one I might add, is a rather large earthquake, discuss that. Any further off-topic posts or attacks will be removed.



posted on Apr, 23 2011 @ 11:12 PM
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So will I be able to make a thread every time the sun rises and warn people of the dangers of skin cancer?
Probably not, yet the sun rises daily and the importance of protection from the sun is always relevent, just as earthquakes are relevent and as someone suggested, why doesn't the author of the OP just start a thread and update it as the quakes happen?

probably not as many stars and flags in an update however, but to stay on topic as not to get my post deleted I may add that there where 3 quakes again in Japan and the Townsville quake may have something to do with the Solomon Island quake.



posted on Apr, 23 2011 @ 11:51 PM
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Got that everyone? Anyone who starts a thread ever again about anything that is of interest to others is only after the accolades! So speaks the monkey God!

Man, talk about intimidating new members to start threads!
Careful new members! Never start a thread or you will be accused by jealous idiots who fail miserably at starting their own threads because of lack of substance!

Who'd ever want to start a thread again after this mess? I got 20 people (or had) thanking me up and down for this, and two that want to crucify me. Jesus Christ!

And a thread that has been gutted. How pleasing.


WHAT topic? Oh, there was a topic? Where? :shk:



posted on Apr, 24 2011 @ 12:16 AM
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you still have it wrong TA, I like your posts when they deal with facts and less sensationalism, lately however you have changed and started new thread after new thread and it really does appear it's more for the stars and flags rather than the news worthiness of the event, we all understand that the earth is changing and that more EQ are happening all around the place, the size is also increasing, but if you start post after post the events lose their importance and just become another thread.
I live in an area of cyclones, 95% of the people now take little notice of the broadcasts as they always hype up the event and it never eventuates as predicted.

I would be less skepticle and pay more attention with the information in 1 thread so as to follow a sort of timeline.

I appreciated your work in the past and want you to go back to that again and start less threads and keep it all together.

But feel free to take it as an insult or an attack, it is more of a request.

and still only 3 quakes in Japan and still no more in Townsville




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