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5.2 2012/01/27 01:33:22 35.949 25.003 8.9 CRETE, GREECE
4.2 2012/01/26 06:18:58 36.057 24.997 11.4 SOUTHERN GREECE
4.1 2012/01/26 05:57:59 36.080 25.136 17.1 DODECANESE ISLANDS, GREECE
5.2 2012/01/26 04:24:59 36.111 25.140 18.5 DODECANESE ISLANDS, GREECE
4.2 2012/01/21 22:48:24 34.579 26.772 35.4 CRETE, GREECE
2.5 2012/01/26 13:28:23 41.037N 121.999W 12.0 8 km ( 5 mi) WNW of Big Bend, CA
1.0 2012/01/26 07:34:00 41.042N 121.996W 5.0 8 km ( 5 mi) WNW of Big Bend, CA
3.2 2012/01/26 02:16:49 41.035N 121.997W 11.5 8 KM ( 5 MI) WNW OF BIG BEND, CA
Thursday, January 26, 2012 at 10:16:49 UTC
Thursday, January 26, 2012 at 02:16:49 AM at epicenter
Time of Earthquake in other Time Zones
11.5 km (7.1 miles)
8 km (5 miles) WNW (283°) from Big Bend, CA
23 km (14 miles) NNW (343°) from Montgomery Creek, CA
27 km (16 miles) N (350°) from Round Mountain, CA
33 km (20 miles) WNW (302°) from Burney, CA
60 km (37 miles) NNE (32°) from Redding, CA
279 km (174 miles) N (351°) from Sacramento, CA
horizontal +/- 0.2 km (0.1 miles); depth +/- 1.1 km (0.7 miles)
Nph= 55, Dmin=24 km, Rmss=0.11 sec, Gp= 43°,
M-type=local magnitude (ML), Version=5
California Integrated Seismic Net:
USGS Caltech CGS UCB UCSD UNR
Originally posted by SpaceJockey1
Muzzy, yesterday I received a private newsletter (PDF) that circulates to subscribers of Ken Ring. Has lots of interesting info included that you might like to evaluate?
Includes a fair bit of data, showing that EQ activity is actually decreased for NZ, and that the North Island has been having more EQ's than the South Island, but not getting much mention due to all the attention being given to Canterbury.
Maybe he's not as crazy as some might think...it's all about the MOON, SUN & PLANETS but at least doesn't believe in CHEMTRAILS or HAARP!
If you don't already have it and would like it just let me know.
The 2010 earthquake that devastated southern Haiti may have opened a new era of seismic activity and residents should brace for more massive temblors, says a US study.
The 7.0 quake that killed 250,000 people and levelled much of the capital, Port-au-Prince, was of a magnitude unseen on the island since the 18th century, said the study in the Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America.
An equivalent 6.6-level quake in 1701, centred on the same region and described in similar ways to the 2010 temblor according to historical accounts, was followed by three big quakes - two in 1751 and one in 1770, said the study.
Those quakes would be equal to about 7.5, 6.6 and 7.5 today, and were all located on or near the same crack in the Earth's crust known as the Enriquillo fault that extends along southern Haiti and the Dominican Republic.
The fault system has accumulated ''considerable potential slip'' since the 18th century, and regional stress levels in the Earth may be sufficient to unleash more massive temblors in the coming years,'' said the research.
''The 2010 Haiti earthquake may mark the beginning of a new cycle of large earthquakes on the Enriquillo fault system after 240 years of seismic quiescence,'' said the study, led by William Bakun of the US Geological Survey.
''The entire Enriquillo fault system appears to be seismically active; Haiti and the Dominican Republic should prepare for future devastating earthquakes.''
Sydney Morning Herald
Magnitude ML 4.8
Region WESTERN TURKEY
Date time 2012-01-27 17:43:19.0 UTC
Location 37.47 N ; 27.10 E
Depth 4 km
Distances 78 km SW Aydin (pop 163,022 ; local time 19:43:19.0 2012-01-27)
42 km SW Söke (pop 68,230 ; local time 19:43:19.0 2012-01-27)
28 km SE Pithagório (pop 1,297 ; local time 19:43:19.0 2012-01-27)
Perigees accompany every next largest earthquake, and closer ones accompany every larger event.
Originally posted by muzzy
reply to post by MoorfNZ
I bet he's making a few $ out of it though. How much does it cost for the subscription?
Not that I want one
I got his book on Weather Forecasts back in 2006 as a Christmas present, as I was always moaning about how the NZ Met Office couldn't forecast beyond 3 days, and knowing the weather is important to my job.
Well I tracked the actual weather and compared it with his predictions for several months.
He was wrong 60% of the time.
The book was a waste of money, and I threw it away, a pair of socks for Christmas would have been more useful
From what I seen on TV any "hits" he has made about the Christchurch quakes have been pure chance, and manipulation of the forecast time period to cover all odds.