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posted on Dec, 3 2012 @ 12:14 PM
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The Russians had that at 6.1mb, which I think is pretty realistic based on the SNZO graph of it
I'm surprised they didn't do a Ms conversion, it has a big S wave




posted on Dec, 3 2012 @ 03:56 PM
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Folks. I don't want to derail the earthquakes subject. And I would not ask, but, this is my primary contact. I'm having another personal crisis. And it doesn't help that I am being driven mad by my latest discovery. I suppose I need to do something like explain it all. But I'm tired. Tired. I may make a video for you tube later. May be.

I really wish someone would take the ball and run. I know the proofs are out there. I'm not going to even tease.
proof. i'm sure there's a proof. real- live actual, physical, chemical proof

and i know what to look for . i will think of a title and start the thread. then post a link so you guys can take a look. i love critisizm but be gentle. i'm not really looking for a debate. my facts fit the literal meanings.

be back after I post the title.
there were earthquakes and then booms

www.abovetopsecret.com...

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On Friday there were like four earthquakes in Oklahoma. None on the weekend. Go figure pumps off. And one today 2.5ml which has shown up on other lists. Earthquakes on a schedule. How interesting.
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posted on Dec, 3 2012 @ 07:48 PM
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just had a pretty big one in Alaska, Not sure how big yet but it lasted for a good while. From what I am gathering it's been felt to homer to Wasilla
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posted on Dec, 3 2012 @ 07:48 PM
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double post
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posted on Dec, 3 2012 @ 07:59 PM
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My dad is in Palmer alaska and he Definately felt it. I read that it was a 5.9



posted on Dec, 3 2012 @ 08:02 PM
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Originally posted by safetymeeting
My dad is in Palmer alaska and he Definately felt it. I read that it was a 5.9




I read 5.7 but the earthquake site is down, That's what the news said atleast. I think it's going to be closer to 6.0 though.



posted on Dec, 3 2012 @ 08:05 PM
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Yeah, that was a doozey. I'm on the 4th floor of a building in Midtown and we felt it for well over a minute. Called the wife at our house and she reported quite a bit of stuff falling out of cabinets and off of shelves.

I'm always amazed at just how much and for how long a nice sized quake can throw off your equilibrium. I've been getting phantom feelings of movement ever since.



posted on Dec, 3 2012 @ 08:05 PM
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USGS is reporting it at 5.9
earthquake.usgs.gov...



posted on Dec, 3 2012 @ 08:07 PM
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Yeah my dad was outside for it and the truck was swaying around and the trees as well. It freaked him out because it sounded like someone was jumping on the porch.



posted on Dec, 3 2012 @ 08:09 PM
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Originally posted by burdman30ott6
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Yeah, that was a doozey. I'm on the 4th floor of a building in Midtown and we felt it for well over a minute. Called the wife at our house and she reported quite a bit of stuff falling out of cabinets and off of shelves.

I'm always amazed at just how much and for how long a nice sized quake can throw off your equilibrium. I've been getting phantom feelings of movement ever since.



that would have been worse, I was at home and I felt it sway a bit then I went to the dining room and I could feel the table sway and the kitchen light was definately swaying. I thought it was going to be worse than what it was. Nothing fell luckily.



posted on Dec, 3 2012 @ 08:23 PM
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Based on USGS' "Did you feel it" responses, it looks like the Jewel Lake/Kincaid area where I live felt it stronger than we did in Midtown. That's fairly typical, though.



posted on Dec, 3 2012 @ 08:32 PM
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Originally posted by burdman30ott6
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Based on USGS' "Did you feel it" responses, it looks like the Jewel Lake/Kincaid area where I live felt it stronger than we did in Midtown. That's fairly typical, though.



I live in around the same area



posted on Dec, 4 2012 @ 10:59 AM
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Funny, I was just thinking about Colorado this morning. Not my fault. I got an email saying they're going to be talking about Trinidad, Colorado and the frackquakes at a conference in San Fran I think. This week. Can you imagine? Someone thinks the quakes weren't natural. Gosh.

And before I could even check around, I see there's been a 3.9 M frackquake. Earthquake? Industrial noise perhaps. That's all hiccups and industrial disease is all.

stateimpact.npr.org...

I wanted to find date and location of the geo-house-party. Will try.

Gee, here's a story about those pesky eco worriers. Like me. Why would anyone think fracking is a danger? So, you lose a few old dams along the road of progress. So be it. Amen.

www.coloradoan.com... lick_check=1

earthquake.usgs.gov...

I must admit I was wrong when the last Colorado quake hit and I looked at Virginia to reply. It didn't. I'll keep looking, but Virginia is still not moving.



HURRY! HURRY! You'd better run if you want to crash the party. The Geophysists meeting is TODAY. So. you'd better boogie.

On the agenda, my two favorite means of bringing on some future wasteland; fracking and geothermal.
Amen. Halleluha. These freakin' yokels are going to bring about the end. Set off that volcano and we'll dancing like we're vikings on greenland as the little ice age came on. Yes, we'll be dancing! Dancing and shaking and shivering to stay warm. Yes, a volcano in the southern hemisphere killed the vikings in greenland. However, the Iniut people survived. There's your lesson. Adapt or die.

www.rdmag.com...

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Did I mention there may be something wrong with me? I'm laughing manically as I unravel the mystery discovering the means by which well bring our own self inflicted destruction. Hey, I'm partying like it's the end. Yeah baby. I almost forgot my other favorite kind of earthquake. The ones that are caused when you sequester. Is that right? Sounds like Sylvester. You know. Sinking the carbon. Sweeping the carbon away.

"On Dec. 5, at 12:05 p.m. PT, Zoback will deliver another talk on the risk of triggering small-to-moderate size earthquakes during carbon capture and storage – a technology designed to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by capturing atmospheric carbon dioxide from industrial smokestacks and sequestering the CO2 in underground reservoirs or mineral deposits. Zoback will outline several elements of a risk-based strategy for assessing the potential for inducing earthquakes in CO2 reservoirs. The talk will be held in Room 2004, Moscone West."


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posted on Dec, 4 2012 @ 11:19 AM
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The Alaska quake was pretty strong on the peninsula too, nothing fell off shelves but we rolled for a good minute here too. All of my plants were swinging for almost 10 minutes after.
My husband also felt it while driving down the road, he said the street lights were swinging pretty good too.
My kids are funny though, AK born and raised and they got all excited that they could feel that one.



posted on Dec, 4 2012 @ 12:51 PM
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Originally posted by woodsmom
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The Alaska quake was pretty strong on the peninsula too, nothing fell off shelves but we rolled for a good minute here too. All of my plants were swinging for almost 10 minutes after.
My husband also felt it while driving down the road, he said the street lights were swinging pretty good too.
My kids are funny though, AK born and raised and they got all excited that they could feel that one.


yeah I've heard reports it was felt from Homer to I think Fairbanks. One story I read was this guy was on the phone in Anchorage to somebody down in Soldotna and it hit he said something and the other person said nothing here and about 5 seconds later it hits there too.



posted on Dec, 4 2012 @ 02:22 PM
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1hr 22min ago

When: 04/12/2012 18:59:40 UTC
Lat: 37.086667 Long: 23.357667
Magnitude: 4.75 Ml
Depth: 10.23
Location: 26 km from Episkopi, Attica, Greece
Catalog Source: National Research Institute of Astronomy and Geophysics (NRIAG), Egypt

NOA (Greece) have it at 4.3ML
which might explain why USGS don't list it
Geofon say 4.6
EMSC say 4.5mb
and RAS have 4.7mb
just noted it when updating Egypt 2012 archive map
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posted on Dec, 4 2012 @ 02:26 PM
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FWIW the Russians have your Alaskan quake at 6.0mb



posted on Dec, 4 2012 @ 03:23 PM
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Not sure if this was posted M2.3 - 6km S of Lake Arrowhead, Maine
A friend of mine who lives up there posted this on FB Just thought this was interesting since the East coast is more rare for quakes. I'm in Pa. so this interested me. Reading the article the fault goes through the New England states down to Long Island.

This is the 3rd quake in the area.
I found this tidbit interesting from the article

At well-studied plate boundaries like the San Andreas fault system in California, often scientists can determine the name of the specific fault that is responsible for an earthquake. In contrast, east of the Rocky Mountains this is rarely the case. New England and Long Island are far from the nearest plate boundaries, which are in the center of the Atlantic Ocean and in the Caribbean Sea. New England is laced with known faults but numerous smaller or deeply buried faults remain undetected.

USGS

The article goes into some detail of the largest quakes from that area, worth the read for a 3 paragraph article
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posted on Dec, 4 2012 @ 04:26 PM
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3hr 22min now since that 18:59:40 Greece quake, USGS still not showing it, in fact nothing since 2012/12/04 18:46:38
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posted on Dec, 5 2012 @ 09:49 AM
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I noticed some surface waves come through the southern California area about an hour ago, and finally tracked down this oddly-located earthquake.


Automatic detection of seismic event: magnitude 5.1 - 5 Dec 6:34 PST - ELSA, YT region

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Looking at the Canadian map of the area, I guess quakes do happen there with some frequency. It doesn't look to be located near a known fault, but considering what a large, wild landscape it is, that isn't shocking. The yellow star on the map is today's mag 5.1.


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Or, I was seeing waves from this Tonga quake...? anyhoo, the Yukon quake was interesting, and not listed on the USGS.
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