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What is happening at 37.75N latitude?

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posted on Aug, 24 2011 @ 05:34 PM
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Originally posted by MamaJ
If we were to witness a "pole shift" what would it "look" like I wonder. I am not saying that it is happening...just wondering.


Would we see it sudden or would we see it happen gradually?
I don't have the slightest idea.



In the US we are not Earthquake aware....storms...yes....but not EQ's. I have never experienced one so therefore I want to learn as much as I can about them.
In some parts of the US people are earthquake aware, but the images I saw on TV today, with people being sent out on the streets in Washington (where they would be an easy "target" for falling debris from the buildings in the even of a second earthquake), was a good example that some people should learn a little more about earthquakes.



With the obvious 37 link here in the US it is an observation we may need to consider as we watch more EQ's unfold so we may assess the situation if we continue to see 37.
I don't think there's any special case for the 37º latitude here, it's just a question of how we look at the data.


I love all the opinions on this site....thank God we all have a place to come and talk "shop".
That's why I spend so much time here, since 2004.




posted on Aug, 24 2011 @ 05:43 PM
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What is that supposed to show? Without knowing what it shows it's not possible to make an attempt at interpreting that chart.



posted on Aug, 24 2011 @ 06:05 PM
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Originally posted by ArMaP
reply to post by suntard69
 


What is that supposed to show? Without knowing what it shows it's not possible to make an attempt at interpreting that chart.



Pretty sure it says across the top what it shows.

Need it made simpler?

img804.imageshack.us...
edit on 24-8-2011 by suntard69 because: incomplete



posted on Aug, 24 2011 @ 06:14 PM
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I am a mommy too, and this has so much to do with the way I am reacting to everything. I try to imagine what my state of mind would be if I did not have children. I think I would be a lot more fascinated and even excited about the changes. But the little ones have me obsessed with preparation. Hell, I even moved away from the coast and to a higher elevation. Just to be on the safe side.

I can't even confide to my closest friends as to the real reasons behind my move. I know they'd think I'm a nut.



posted on Aug, 24 2011 @ 06:24 PM
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Originally posted by suntard69
Pretty sure it says across the top what it shows.

Need it made simpler?
Yes, because before commenting on it I need to know if I am looking at a list of worldwide earthquakes or European earthquakes, for example, because if they are just European earthquakes then the higher numbers around parallel 37 is natural and expected.



posted on Aug, 24 2011 @ 06:30 PM
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Originally posted by suntard69
Pretty sure it says across the top what it shows.
Need it made simpler?
img804.imageshack.us...
edit on 24-8-2011 by suntard69 because: incomplete



Nice chart, but biased in favour of the USA latitudes.
The overwhelming vast majority of the worlds seismometers are in the USA...


As your chart shows, "all magnitudes" is detecting everything. Which is what almost nowhere else in the world actually does.

The very earthquake prone region north of Australia (about 0 to -10 latitude), for example, gets more earthquakes than the USA, but on your graph is nearly invisible. How many seismometers do you think Papua New Guinea and the Solomon islands has? Possibly a few. Indonesia would have a handful, I suppose.



posted on Aug, 24 2011 @ 06:31 PM
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Originally posted by ArMaP

Originally posted by MamaJ
If we were to witness a "pole shift" what would it "look" like I wonder. I am not saying that it is happening...just wondering.


Would we see it sudden or would we see it happen gradually?
I don't have the slightest idea.



In the US we are not Earthquake aware....storms...yes....but not EQ's. I have never experienced one so therefore I want to learn as much as I can about them.
In some parts of the US people are earthquake aware, but the images I saw on TV today, with people being sent out on the streets in Washington (where they would be an easy "target" for falling debris from the buildings in the even of a second earthquake), was a good example that some people should learn a little more about earthquakes.



With the obvious 37 link here in the US it is an observation we may need to consider as we watch more EQ's unfold so we may assess the situation if we continue to see 37.
I don't think there's any special case for the 37º latitude here, it's just a question of how we look at the data.


I love all the opinions on this site....thank God we all have a place to come and talk "shop".
That's why I spend so much time here, since 2004.




Maybe this will help...
blog.2012pro.com...



posted on Aug, 24 2011 @ 06:34 PM
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Originally posted by thinkingthing
reply to post by MamaJ
 


I am a mommy too, and this has so much to do with the way I am reacting to everything. I try to imagine what my state of mind would be if I did not have children. I think I would be a lot more fascinated and even excited about the changes. But the little ones have me obsessed with preparation. Hell, I even moved away from the coast and to a higher elevation. Just to be on the safe side.

I can't even confide to my closest friends as to the real reasons behind my move. I know they'd think I'm a nut.


I don't think you are a nut!! I think you are doing what you think is best for you and your children. SO be it.


I can't confide in my closest friends either. ATS is the only place where I feel as though I "fit in" . I take that back, my cousin and I are really close and she and I are on the same wave length. Ha! Now that I think about it..our Grandmother is as well. Again, ATS is where I find the majority of people are open minded to the possibility of real time...Earth Changes.

The only other site I check out frequently (besides USGS lol ) is Extinction Protocol. I like the site owner (Alvin) and I find comfort in his news/words. ;-)



posted on Aug, 24 2011 @ 06:37 PM
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everytime i see this thread on the recent post it bewilders me how the title is left misleading like that. i can understand alot happening all on the same lattitude range but the the hundredth of the decimal. makes whole thread laughable (except for overlooked contents therewithin)



posted on Aug, 24 2011 @ 06:38 PM
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Originally posted by alfa1

Originally posted by suntard69
Pretty sure it says across the top what it shows.
Need it made simpler?
img804.imageshack.us...
edit on 24-8-2011 by suntard69 because: incomplete



Nice chart, but biased in favour of the USA latitudes.
The overwhelming vast majority of the worlds seismometers are in the USA...


As your chart shows, "all magnitudes" is detecting everything. Which is what almost nowhere else in the world actually does.

The very earthquake prone region north of Australia (about 0 to -10 latitude), for example, gets more earthquakes than the USA, but on your graph is nearly invisible. How many seismometers do you think Papua New Guinea and the Solomon islands has? Possibly a few. Indonesia would have a handful, I suppose.


up so out of all US lattitudes, why 37



posted on Aug, 24 2011 @ 06:54 PM
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Originally posted by ignant
up so out of all US lattitudes, why 37


Well, it has to be one of them, I suppose...
but to see if that specific latitude was worldly significant, I went to EMSC, which is the source of the data in that graph previously posted.

At that site, you can do a search by latitude, so I did.

From the time records began (which is apparently 2004) up to March 1 2011 (to get rid of any unusual bias from the huge number of Japan aftershocks), searching for all earthquakes mag 5 or greater, and here are the results...

Latitude, Number of earthquakes
42 = 80
41 = 55
40 = 48
39 = 84
38 = 83
37 = 150
36 = 134
35 = 106
34 = 126
33 = 99
32 = 89
and
-1 = 183
-2 = 174
-3 = 197
-4 = 250
-5 = 221
-6 = 267
-7 = 328
-8 = 255
-9 = 200
-10 = 193

...showing that although Americans are getting hysterical about whats happening at 37 degrees latitude, the REAL business is happening at the pacific "ring of fire" from Indonesia eastward.
Which, funnily enough, is exactly what seismologists have been sayting all these years.



posted on Aug, 24 2011 @ 06:57 PM
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yes it has to be one of them that has the greatest, everyone takes into consideration that.

but all 3 around the same 24-72 hr period?? (SF CO VA)

edit on 24-8-2011 by ignant because: (no reason given)



posted on Aug, 24 2011 @ 07:54 PM
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Thanks to this post by alfa1 I could finally see what that chart was showing, earthquakes from all over the world for that time period (is it that difficult to understand that with only positive latitudes it is impossible to know if those earthquakes were from a smaller area or the whole world?), and that some 180 earthquakes out of those 248 on the chart came from the Japanese earthquake, before the day of the Japanese earthquake the 37th parallel had less earthquakes than others.



posted on Aug, 26 2011 @ 01:44 AM
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hello all ... just updating for 8/25 ...
here is the USGS listing for activity along or near the 37th parallel ...

2.5 2011/08/25 23:30:40 36.579 -121.175 5.5 CENTRAL CALIFORNIA
2.5 2011/08/25 23:27:29 36.580 -121.178 5.8 CENTRAL CALIFORNIA
2.5 2011/08/25 20:34:37 37.117 -104.659 2.7 COLORADO
2.5 2011/08/25 19:26:09 36.580 -121.177 6.4 CENTRAL CALIFORNIA
3.2 2011/08/25 18:17:35 36.580 -121.175 7.3 CENTRAL CALIFORNIA
2.7 2011/08/25 12:25:49 38.344 -118.155 12.3 NEVADA
2.7 2011/08/25 05:59:14 37.916 -80.215 12.9 WEST VIRGINIA
4.5 2011/08/25 05:07:51 37.940 -77.896 5.0 VIRGINIA
2.5 2011/08/25 04:06:47 37.923 -77.988 0.1 VIRGINIA
3.2 2011/08/25 03:44:41 37.263 -104.862 7.4 COLORADO
4.9 2011/08/25 02:14:53 36.096 143.507 39.2 OFF THE EAST COAST OF HONSHU, JAPAN

didn't spend much time observing today so i really have no input at this time.
am surprised to see VA & CO active again today but honestly, it is to be expected as the core shifts to its new position inside this wonderful big blue marble.



posted on Aug, 26 2011 @ 03:40 AM
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Originally posted by Honor93
hello all ... just updating for 8/25 ...
here is the USGS listing for activity along or near the 37th parallel ...


Looks like a lot, but as I said earlier, its all those magnitude 2 and 3 earthquakes that nobody in the rest of the world bothers to record.

Take, for example, the MORE seismologically active region around Indonesia, and earthquakes listed here at the ASEAN website...
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The whole list since June and not one single earthquake listed less than magnitude 4. And they only recorded ONE of them as well. You think they dont happen? Of course they do, and they'd swamp any list you could produce.

One day you have to face the truth. 37.75 degrees just isnt that significant.



posted on Aug, 26 2011 @ 04:41 AM
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i do believe you are confused.
i am not concerning myself with 'other' latitudes in this exercise, why would you?
They (other latitudes) are irrelevant.

The Indonesian RoF is a separate concern and not applicable in this observation exercise ... is my english bad or something?

the 'source' is from an American observation team ... why would they list minimal impacts occurring elsewhere? they have their own sources for such information, as do i.

the 37th parallel is not exclusive to America ... and i'm well aware of such but it certainly doesn't pass through, encompass or even skirt by the RoF ... besides, if you are observing the RoF and find concerns that need or should be mentioned, please start a thread of your own, plenty of us would contribute.


The whole list since June and not one single earthquake listed less than magnitude 4.
that is a bold-faced lie ... here's the proof ...

3.3 2011/08/25 08:32:18 19.180 -65.194 9.1 PUERTO RICO REGION
3.1 2011/08/26 01:59:55 32.137 -115.295 27.6 BAJA CALIFORNIA, MEXICO
3.3 2011/08/25 08:32:18 19.180 -65.194 9.1 PUERTO RICO REGION
4.9 2011/08/25 02:17:22 10.824 122.159 70.1 PANAY, PHILIPPINES
4.9 2011/08/25 02:14:53 36.096 143.507 39.2 OFF THE EAST COAST OF HONSHU, JAPAN
4.4 2011/08/24 15:47:26 39.453 40.052 2.9 EASTERN TURKEY
4.3 2011/08/24 15:39:27 18.770 -105.149 60.7 OFFSHORE JALISCO, MEXICO
2.8 2011/08/24 15:31:23 18.786 -67.397 39.1 PUERTO RICO REGION
and if you'll notice, Japan is included in my previous listing as it is the only of these, occurring on or near the 37th

now, perhaps you meant to infer that the above source doesn't list other worldly events less than a mag 4 but so what? plenty of resources do track and list such events.


One day you have to face the truth. 37.75 degrees just isnt that significant
perhaps not to you so why are you in this thread trying desperately to derail it?

btw, one day YOU will have to face the obvious truth ~~
it's ALL interconnected and quite significant

edit on 26-8-2011 by Honor93 because: format

edit on 26-8-2011 by Honor93 because: edit txt



posted on Aug, 27 2011 @ 12:38 AM
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Originally posted by Honor93
Reply to post by alfa1
 

i do believe you are confused.
i am not concerning myself with 'other' latitudes in this exercise, why would you?
They (other latitudes) are irrelevant.

The Indonesian RoF is a separate concern and not applicable in this observation exercise ... is my english bad or something?

the 'source' is from an American observation team ... why would they list minimal impacts occurring elsewhere? they have their own sources for such information, as do i.

the 37th parallel is not exclusive to America ... and i'm well aware of such but it certainly doesn't pass through, encompass or even skirt by the RoF ... besides, if you are observing the RoF and find concerns that need or should be mentioned, please start a thread of your own, plenty of us would contribute.


The whole list since June and not one single earthquake listed less than magnitude 4.
that is a bold-faced lie ... here's the proof ...

3.3 2011/08/25 08:32:18 19.180 -65.194 9.1 PUERTO RICO REGION
3.1 2011/08/26 01:59:55 32.137 -115.295 27.6 BAJA CALIFORNIA, MEXICO
3.3 2011/08/25 08:32:18 19.180 -65.194 9.1 PUERTO RICO REGION
4.9 2011/08/25 02:17:22 10.824 122.159 70.1 PANAY, PHILIPPINES
4.9 2011/08/25 02:14:53 36.096 143.507 39.2 OFF THE EAST COAST OF HONSHU, JAPAN
4.4 2011/08/24 15:47:26 39.453 40.052 2.9 EASTERN TURKEY
4.3 2011/08/24 15:39:27 18.770 -105.149 60.7 OFFSHORE JALISCO, MEXICO
2.8 2011/08/24 15:31:23 18.786 -67.397 39.1 PUERTO RICO REGION
and if you'll notice, Japan is included in my previous listing as it is the only of these, occurring on or near the 37th

now, perhaps you meant to infer that the above source doesn't list other worldly events less than a mag 4 but so what? plenty of resources do track and list such events.


One day you have to face the truth. 37.75 degrees just isnt that significant
perhaps not to you so why are you in this thread trying desperately to derail it?

btw, one day YOU will have to face the obvious truth ~~
it's ALL interconnected and quite significant

edit on 26-8-2011 by Honor93 because: format

edit on 26-8-2011 by Honor93 because: edit txt


BRAVO!

Exactly, we have told others around the world (USGS) is the clearing house for all geological data...yet USGS LIES!

Regards and Nameste,

-Chung



posted on Aug, 27 2011 @ 01:32 AM
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i had to look up edgar cayce's earthquake predictions. if he is correct in his 2011 earthquake predictions, we should keep an eye on mt. vesuvius and mt. pelee. those two areas going off will be a strong sign that his predictions regarding massive earthquakes might be legitimate. if that happens then the entire west coast of the united states will be altered dramatically.

who knows?



-subfab



posted on Aug, 27 2011 @ 04:45 AM
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Originally posted by Honor93

The whole list since June and not one single earthquake listed less than magnitude 4.

that is a bold-faced lie ... here's the proof ...



One sentence snipped out of context.
The previous sentence, which you deleted, and which I shall now repeat for you reads Take, for example, the MORE seismologically active region around Indonesia, and earthquakes listed here at the ASEAN website...

And thus I repeat my claim. The MORE seismologically active region around Indonesia, and earthquakes listed here at the ASEAN website shows in the list since June not one single earthquake listed less than magnitude 4.



posted on Aug, 27 2011 @ 06:21 AM
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