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I think the cluster of quakes we've just witnessed are related. This is the big question in siesmology. Are earthquakes local? I think not, and I think what we've seen goes to demonstrate this idea.
At the moment, I think this is the end of the drama. I mean, things have got to level out, don't they always?
So, we should relax. Nothing yet is beyond what can be expected. Yellowstone's quiet. I haven't heard of any major volcanic stuff. There's no rifts splitting open somewhere. Maybe I should check the Michigan/Wisconsin news before I shoot off my mouth.
Originally posted by rickymouse
reply to post by pheonix358
I think these patterns have happened in the time of recorded history but our recorded history does not include the pattern. We have a much better system now with sensors all over the place and if people open their minds they could possibly use what information we can find about the past, compare them, and try to estimate what may happen in the future. This whole world monitoring would have to include input from all the different sciences with credit shared between them all. The competition for the all mighty buck makes the sciences try to get all the glory for themselves. This is wrong, if we are going to get to the truth, the knowledge of wildlife needs to be applied to the science of geology and other sciences better. Every science seems to be a specialty and there are different words created for basicly the same thing. Simplifying the languages of the sciences is a must. Who cares if the common man understands science, he may not mind giving his money to science if he could readily understand them and if the sciences could be applied to his life. Sorry for griping of the hiding of knowledge from the regular person but it's one of my biggest gripes and the biggest reason that information is misinterpreted by people.
You miss understand friend. I do not see things before they happen. Simply that visual thinking and imagination provide the images after the event.
You are looking at the minute and the technical. It is a very valid approach.
I am looking at the Earths stresses and trying to pattern the macro as opposed to the micro. Our approach differs.
Where are the fault lines running through Alaska. No one seems to have definitive data.
There is so much information missing.
Will the Cascadia fault rupture soon. Yes. Will it be piece by piece avoiding damage on a huge scale. I hope so. IS this likely. No. The pattern indicates a huge release.
Thanks! I am young at heart. MY three boys keep me so.
What say you Puterman? Is there a link or am I losing my marbles?