posted on Jan, 24 2012 @ 10:50 AM
reply to post by PuterMan
You are not setup for running, streaming spectrograms. And you will only see what have pulled in raw data. I am seeing it all at this point.True that
1 Hz itself is not a predominant frequency, but it is there nonetheless in a lot of these quakes. But let's not argue semantics, shall we? I think
you get the point.
Your opinions are highly noted. If you think there is even a minute chance that was HT, then it behooves us all the more to keep an eye on Rainier.
The whole point of this thread, before we get too lost in it all, is basically a running hypothesis that the ice could be attenuating the events, and
blurring them to a point where the scientists may be misreading them as ice quakes. When in fact, they could be seismic. And if they are seismic, and
the swarms are increasing in frequency (which they seem to be), it IS of concern. Add to that the possibility now of this being HT, and well, this is
how Mother Nature kills you unexpectedly, even with scientists on the ball. I am just trying to make sure they are watching the right ball. Both as an
experiment, and a learning experience.