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Originally posted by LifeInDeath
I'm guessing a bomb went off very close to a seismograph inside of Libya, which caused a false reading. The place is a warzone.
Originally posted by jude11
European-Mediterranean Seismological Centre
edit on 19-5-2011 by jude11 because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by AnotherYOU
i know quakes often get reclassified and whatnot.
but something like this of being reported in one place and not the others, this i never saw....
if it was a mistake im sure someone in the romanian station would have pulled it by now.
Originally posted by lpowell0627
It's an error.
""An error of the devices at Strasbourg to which INFP is connected, declares the chief of the institution, Gheorghe Marmureanu"
Originally posted by Gutterpus
reply to post by jude11
Interesting - found this site (translated). Don't know what to think. Sure hope it's not true. Sorry, don't know really how to embed.
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