posted on Oct, 27 2011 @ 12:55 AM
I can't replicate what they are seeing. When I load Google Earth and look at the region with those files, everything is pretty much chaos (and there
are a lot more there).
Two ideas: The data has been tampered with... or whoever was entering the data got it in some form of spreadsheet which has things sorted in a
numerical order of some sort that would result in things coming in on matching lat/longitude first and earliest just because that's the way they were
sorted. I don't know how it is added/updated (manual or automatic)... so both of course are just shots in the dark. Unless there is some filter I'm
supposed to be turning off to reduce the number of items reported.
Edit: I found how to filter by specific day and each day is still pretty randomly positioned, nothing like what I saw in their video. You are able to
turn individual quakes off too. I didn't bother to go in and see if I could make a grid myself though because that's the end of my energy effort I
wish to invest for the moment.
edit on 27-10-2011 by ErgoTheConfusion because: (no reason given)