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New ATS Member Claiming To Have Important Warning/Information. You Be The Judge...

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posted on Sep, 15 2011 @ 10:10 AM
reply to post by newsoul

I did find it odd (which is why I mentioned it). But, like you, I also checked madridl's videos...which went nowhere. At least, as far as I could tell.

posted on Sep, 15 2011 @ 10:24 AM
Just did a little research on what TMiddlebrook might mean and this is what if found...

"First of all there is an award called The Thomas A. Middlebrooks Award"
The Thomas A. Middlebrooks Award is given to researchers by ASCE for a paper judged worthy of special commendation for its merit as a contribution to the field of geotechnical engineering. ASCE presents only one Middlebrooks Award annually. Rob Kayen and his colleagues received the award on February 21, 2007, in Denver, Colorado, at the national meeting of the GeoInstitute, one of seven specialty institutes of ASCE.

On this particular website it tells about a group of engineers that had won this award in 2007. (the research was about predicting seismic soil liquefaction.) (Not saying this is "our" TMiddlebrook)

There is a lot of info on this award as well as others who have won it with research involving earthquakes if you want to do some reading .
This was something I thought would be interesting to post, as it may be a clue as to who and what this TMiddlebrooks is about. Could also be a name he/she picked out that was relevant to their field of study..

posted on Sep, 15 2011 @ 10:29 AM
reply to post by CLPrime

Did you notice that both tmiddlebrook and madridl joined youtube on the same exact date ....maybe both are him/her?
edit on 9/15/2011 by StealthyKat because: (no reason given)

posted on Sep, 15 2011 @ 10:32 AM
Ok, I am stealing this info from GLP because it's interesting.

You know how we have discussed this 188 day thing between the last few big earthquakes? Well someone has gone back a few more 188's and on of those dates is the Indonesian quake and tsunami.

Then someone brought up the largest quake on record in Chile on May 22, 1960. They took that date mulitplied 188 x 100 and came up with the date Nov. 11, 2011. I think that is a little spooky!

Here is the calculator to figure out dates.

Here is a copy and paste from that site with some more dates(not my comments below):


Friday is 13 x 188.9 days from the Great Indonesian Earthquake & Tsunami.

If you guys have not noticed this yet... then I will point it out:

10 x 188.9 Major earthquake on the south east corner of the Pacific plate

11 x 188.9 Major earthquake on the south west corner of the Pacific plate

12 x 188.9 Major earthquake on the north west corner of the Pacific plate

13 x 188.9 Major earthquake on the north east corner of the Pacific plate (west coast of North America)

Now many other 188.9 dates don't show much, but I think it still is quite interesting. Could the earth be on a techtonic schedule?

posted on Sep, 15 2011 @ 10:35 AM
Not only that....but if you go to madridl's youtube....all his "friends" have the same sort of thing....joining November 2006 (except for a couple....all in the 40ish age range, no profile pic....I think these are the same person with different fake identities. Unless he comes around with something tangible, I am beginning to seriously doubt his/her credibility. Tmiddleton....if you are reading this as you say you need to step up and stop being so cryptic.

posted on Sep, 15 2011 @ 10:40 AM
reply to post by StealthyKat

Here is a thread my post in that thread linked) about a third party sight scraping ATS and posting things as if the author was on that site. Within that thread an interesting thing was mentioned so I googled my ATS username and along with my posts here I have found a YouTube channel with the same userne and I have never signed up at all for a YouTube account.

I also saw my username mentioned in a few RSS feeds so what we post here is going out to a wider audience than one might think.

Just a thought.

posted on Sep, 15 2011 @ 10:42 AM
reply to post by jadedANDcynical

Here is what came up on google

posted on Sep, 15 2011 @ 10:43 AM
reply to post by SunnyDee

OK that's a little odd. Makes me think of either some type of an interstellar cycle we have yet to understand (or at least understand this way), or something more conscious at work. When I google "188 day cycle", I just get posts about what we're discussing. I'll come back after some digging...

Were this not in the HOAX bin, I'd say cue the numerologists.

Slightly off-topic here, but I find it hysterical that the most interesting thread I've gotten in on the ground floor with around here is in the hoax forum. If there's something to this, I'll never stop laughing. Sure, I may be running my butt off, but I'll be laughing the whole time wondering who that fantastic moderator was...

posted on Sep, 15 2011 @ 10:54 AM
Wow. This has been fascinating. Thanks to everyone who has put so much effort into this thread.

I have just noticed a 5.1 in China. I am on my mobile, so I can't link to it, and ATS is blocked on our company internet. :-(

Will keep checking back!!! Again...thanks to everyone and the time and effort!

Posted Via ATS Mobile:

posted on Sep, 15 2011 @ 11:09 AM
I just posted this about a 6.2 in Japan today.

2nd line.

posted on Sep, 15 2011 @ 11:16 AM
reply to post by jadedANDcynical

Well...that IS interesting. I hope some more info comes in today. I can't stay away from this thread!

posted on Sep, 15 2011 @ 11:16 AM

Originally posted by jadedANDcynical

WC, I know you've resigned yourself to the idea of having caught daytime aurora, and I think that most probable, but a thought occurs to me. All of the released garbage from Fukushima is in the atmosphere adding to the ionization. Granted I know it is a tiny fraction of atmospheric volume but I am thinking of iron shavings dropped into a magnetic field thereby making the magnetic field lines visible. I picture a similar effect in the atmosphere due to the higher amount of ionizing partliculates suspended "in solution" as it were.

Just in case there is anything to this...regarding westcoasts pics & now your mention of iron shavings dropped into a magnetic field...I started a post regarding a bunch of things I was noticing going on here local in the Seattle area and while I was researching it, one of the possibilities I looked into was the affects of Iron & how it could potentially explain many of the oddities I was seeing going on around me.

My ideas & leads may have not been in the right direction, but it is also listing many observations I've made recently locally. One was about the orange tinge in the air/sky...which you can see some of even in westcoasts pictures. I had thought of iron because of how it could cause all kinds of problems with plant life, humans, environment as well as the similar reddish/orange coloring I was seeing in the sky & on plants, etc.

The main thing I think I'm trying to help add to the conversation is previously recorded observations in one of the areas that may be related to what tmiddlebook is referring to and help piece things together.

posted on Sep, 15 2011 @ 11:25 AM
Can't a girl get some sleep without getting over two pages behind on the thread!!??

Some GREAT stuff here. I am trying to get caught up on it all. I have to leave in literally a few minutes for an appointment...still in my pajamas, NOT a good sign.

Just real quick: JustMike, thanks for delving into all of that! I don't have time to adress it now, but give me a lot more to think about.

Same for the info from JadedANDCynical...that GESS document is big...and as we know, outdated.

It brings me back to the thought of a lion chasing it's tail. TM has told us as much that the info we need isn't there. None of the critical stuff is public. I supose the point is that at least we know the tail is there to chase...

Gotta go...but one last thing: I don't think TM has anything to do with thier real name. In my searches I figured it was either named after the award, the real scientist involved in some interesting EQ studies, or perhaps a location...JustMike, the spanish twist is way cool. I am going to look or GPS stations near that location when I get back.

That youtube account was created years ago, with no uploads. I am thinking TM is a new name. I traced this user back to at least two other accounts here on ATS, and I good idea of a third. (the 1st?) someone quite a few didn't agree with on their EQ views, but seemed very much 'in the know'. I'm still leaning toward listening to him. Yes. I think it is a him.

posted on Sep, 15 2011 @ 11:25 AM
reply to post by jadedANDcynical

Yep....same thing here....there are quite a few with my username that are not me
Guess someone else has the same username??

posted on Sep, 15 2011 @ 11:27 AM
There is a thread for this but
wanted to let you know Japan
had a 6.2 quake. Its going to
be some day and its still

posted on Sep, 15 2011 @ 11:54 AM
reply to post by westcoast

ahhh WC, you just had to say this didn't ya ??

Same for the info from JadedANDCynical...that GESS document is big...and as we know, outdated.

with that, i guess i might owe everyone an apology ... J&C received some of this (below) late last night and i think he might have been overwhelmed with the info.

i've been digging and passing it around so as to not overwhelm you.
J&C seemed eager and available sooooo, i dropped a load on him

i did suggest he share some of what seemed relevant or important and explained if it was too much to please pass it along. It is my greatest hope that by working TOGETHER, we may make some serious progress.

So, without further delay, should ANYONE want to followup with this info, feel free.
i'm still swimming through it and more and will add some commentary in a later posting.
yes WC, the GESS is big but ya know what ??? it's OLD, like me

see if any of this helps correlate the many active theories floating about.
i sent these to J&C earlier and wasn't gonna post them here because ... (quote from email sent)

too many will not understand it's content or how to find it. however, earthquake science has advanced by leaps and bounds since the GESS report.
just thought you might like to know ... link 1 ... also, here's a google link for a search page that may allude to other sources of which you may be unaware.
link 2

so, since it seems we have a few 'eager beavers' among us ... do delve, question, postulate, theorize, debunk and please, above all, share

in case that wasn't 'your' cup-o-tea ... maybe these are (deformation info sent to Mike)


ok, above 3 are not CA related but are the Pacific and also from the recent Japan quake ... this 1 is more direct for the CA region
and this is a decent resource page if you aren't already aware.
*** and the scec sitemap

so, keep learning, keep digging and keep sharing ... the answers are ours to discover

edit to add: dang, the links didn't copy like i thought they would ... will fix
edit on 15-9-2011 by Honor93 because: add txt

edit on 15-9-2011 by Honor93 because: fix links

posted on Sep, 15 2011 @ 11:57 AM
I thought I might add this link and article from the WSSPC website on the latest news from this summer.
Alot of articles,but this one caught my eye due to the recent quakes of today around the world.

Distant Earthquakes Can Trigger Deep Slow Fault Slip From the USGS Website Researchers examining the San Andreas Fault in central California have found evidence that distant earthquakes can trigger episodes of accelerated (but still very slow) slip motion, deep on the fault. Researchers from the U.S. Geological Survey and Georgia Institute of Technology examined the locations and timing of tremor activity following large distant earthquakes. In some cases, they found evidence that triggered slip and its associated tremor migrated along the length of the fault, and persisted long after the passage of seismic waves from the distant earthquake. The scientists hypothesize that distant earthquakes can act as a trigger for ongoing episodic creep events, sometimes altering their timing. The researchers also noted that creep events in other locations can sometimes trigger earthquakes. While they caution that their study was focused on triggered tremor rather than triggered earthquakes, they suggest that prolonged triggered creep episodes could be relevant for both phenomena. In particular, triggered creep episodes could provide a physical explanation for the time delay commonly observed between passing seismic waves and distantly generated earthquakes.

And this article also.

Mexico Quake Studies Uncover Surprises for CA From ScienceDaily New technologies developed by NASA and other agencies are revealing surprising insights into the M7.2 El Mayor-Cucapah earthquake that rocked parts of the American Southwest and Mexico in April 2010, including increased potential for more large earthquakes in Southern California. Researchers have found the earthquake is among the most complex ever documented along the Pacific/North American plate boundary. The main shock activated segments of at least six faults, some unnamed or previously unrecognized. It triggered slip along faults north of the border as far as 165 km (about 100 miles) away, including the San Andreas, San Jacinto, Imperial and Superstition Hills Faults, and many faults in California's Yuha Desert. Some of this slip was quiet, without detectable earthquakes. Activity was observed on several northwest-trending faults due for potentially large earthquakes. For the full article, visit releases/2010/12/101220150343.htm

edit on 15-9-2011 by kdog1982 because: (no reason given)

posted on Sep, 15 2011 @ 12:04 PM

Originally posted by newsoul
reply to post by CLPrime

Is it just me or did you also find it odd that their only friend is named Madridl? Did Madridl have any videos? I think I will try to check that out. Thank you for the information.

Yeah, that was a dead end, sorry!!!

edit on 15-9-2011 by newsoul because: (no reason given)

There is a Middle Brook, Missouri close to the New Madrid Fault.....

posted on Sep, 15 2011 @ 12:54 PM
I have been reading the thread...thank you all for the great research and posts--have learned a lot! I have also been checking the USGS page (often today) and I know there is NO 'connect the dots type pattern,' but...looking a the yellow (in the last week quakes) from southern Illinois down to Arkansas, and then seeing yellow dots north east Tennessee down to Alabama...well it just 'looks' (to untrained me) like pressure release from both sides of TN? Waaaaaay earlier in the thread I seem to remember discussing a 'Middlebrook, TN' (near Knoxville???) for the 'TMiddlebrook35' (w/ that part of TN on the 35 parallel.)

Here is the linky:

Again, just my nervous musings...
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posted on Sep, 15 2011 @ 01:04 PM
reply to post by kwell

There is also a Middlebrook Arkansas....

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