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Originally posted by JustMike
reply to post by kdog1982
Yes, QuakeFinder is a good site and most interesting. What I was talking about was what "they" might be doing beyond what is publicly known. ("They" being connected to "TPTB".) In other words, it could be that somewhere, very reliable and accurate methods and technologies already exist, but we don't know about them.
I'm sure it's not the first time that organizations or individuals have striven for years in research while their own govt people already had developed whatever they were researching.
Just my thoughts on the matter. After all, this is a conspiracy site...
Originally posted by ThetaNuRucka
i read the OP post. but not everyone elses.
What were you saying about Arkansas? I live in the Northwest part of it......
reply to post by JustMike
In that scenario, different pitches would be possible, along with different lengths of time for sounds and even the actual loudness of them. Also, it doesn't have to mean that an actual quake is occuring in that place. It could be that compression of some form of crystalline layer is happening, which causes a piezo-electric discharge, the creation of localized magnetic disturbance and "conflict" (eg two "north pole" sections of strata opposing each other) et voila -- sound. This hypothetical phenomena could last for seconds, or minutes or even hours, depending on the amount of compression. Also, the loudness would depend on the energy being converted, and the sound's pitch (tone) could vary according to the frequency of discharge within the affected crystalline strata.
from 2005 to the present (access restricted)
The M8-MSc predictions for California and Nevada (access restricted)
The stabilised M8 (M8S) predictions for Italy (access restricted)
Originally posted by CaptainKostr
Red wine contains Resveratrol which aids in cellular rejuvenation and also combats radiation sickness. Given the jet stream I think the US is experiencing some Fukushima related radiation problems. The thyroid is usually affected by radiation sickness... So if you don't have potassium Iodide laying around, I would definately drink some Red wine on a regular basis. Resveratrol is also available in pill form at most health food stores and I think Wal Mart carries it as well now. I still worry about the Nuclear power plants in California being so close to the fault lines there... If we have a major earthquake there, how could they handle that?
Originally posted by StealthyKat
reply to post by MamaJ
True.....we are NOT as prepared as we should be....Look at what happened to Japan, and they thought they were ready! The walls they put up to stop a tsunami didn't work. Not because they weren't structurally sound, but because the ground sunk several feet, and the water just passed right over it...
Originally posted by crazydaisy
MAP 4.1 2011/11/01 15:38:23 35.687 -117.621 7.1 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
I believe there was another smaller one, not listed yet.
2011 has been an eventful year for space junkies. We've already seen the final flights of the Space Shuttle program, the revelation that water may still exist on Mars, and even a close call with a sneaky asteroid that just barely grazed by our planet. On November 8 we'll add another exciting event to that list as the massive ball of rock and chemicals named 2005 YU55 will pass within 202,000 miles of Earth.