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Originally posted by ShakenAwake
when you zoom in on the islands thru the live map it shows 2 separate quakes at different depths..
does that mean the quake was centred between 2 sensors? recorded on both with the average being right or was there infact 2 quakes?
It is normal.
The Solomon Islands are always undergoing high levels of seismic activity.
You guys should include - www.geonet.org.nz - as the maps you show seem to ignore NZ.
Christchurch had another 4.3 today.
I asked this question before,you say you have not seen a big one right after a big one before ,but are we not living in different times now??......With the pole shifting does this not create a whole different set of circumstances on this planet?
His first taste of polar exploration came in 1818 aboard ISABELLA when, as a young midshipman, he joined his uncle, Sir John Ross, on an expedition to locate the Northwest Passage. A crowning achievement came in the spring of 1831 when he and his uncle, aboard VICTORY, discovered the North Magnetic Pole.
Originally posted by kro32
off-topic post removed to prevent thread-drift