posted on Sep, 26 2011 @ 01:48 AM
Originally posted by SatoriTheory
reply to post by Heyyo_yoyo
If you haven't already checked them, the seismograms/graphs at Virginia Tech may be of use to you.
Virginia Tech Seismograms
Thank you for the link ST...
Let's look at the seismograms:
Yep, look like Nuke Detonation signatures to me!
Here's an interesting quote from the site... Explaining the deformation of the Richmond University Siesmo:
In the images above, you will notice that the seismograms from station URVA look much different than the other stations' seismograms. This is
because URVA's seismometer went "off-scale" — the earthquake's shear wave caused more intense ground motion at the station's location in Richmond
than the seismometer was designed for.
So what this is saying people is that the S wave was above a 10.9 in magnitude, does everybody gather that? A Siesmometer is preped to record
magnitudes of 10 to the 9th degree, but this one is said to not have been able to handle the S wave.
ODD is still the topic here it appears. It's said that a Nuclear Detonation has a magnitude of a 6.0 The only thing I can think of here is that A
connecting tunnel of the "Bunker" that was supposedly destroyed must have been DIRECTLY UNDER THE UNIVERSITY OF RICHMOND... and the energy from the
distant detonation was channeled by this tunnel, to magnify the effects the S wave had on the meter...
That's what I came up with, anyone else can explain this????
edit on 26-9-2011 by Heyyo_yoyo because: (no reason given)