World Wide Seismic Event...

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posted on May, 4 2003 @ 04:52 PM
Something is indeed going on. Have no idea why, but the USGS still has no live feeds from China. However, very significant activity is taking place all over the pacific ocean, specifically in western Russia, Australia, and New Zealand, although there is a good deal of activity pretty much across the board.

There is also a good deal of activity recorded in New Mexico (anyone from there feel anything??? Any local news??)

HAARP has been quiet for the last 48 hours, but scroll back about 72 hours and see what it was like... I would note that it takes about a 72 hour lead time between transmission and seismic activity...

posted on May, 4 2003 @ 09:03 PM
tokyo now aswell supposidly

posted on May, 4 2003 @ 09:06 PM
I wonder, did the emp knock out chinas sensers, hence the no live feed? its plausible is it not?

posted on May, 4 2003 @ 09:37 PM

I kind of doubt that the seismographs were specifically knocked offline. If something created an EMP powerful enough to affect the seismos, it would be obvious and would affect other infrastructure electrical systems as well.

I believe for some reason, the Chinese feeds are being deliberately withheld... that raises some questions...

posted on May, 4 2003 @ 09:48 PM
The recent seismic event in Turky was 6.4 and received much attention, yet all of todays events and not one bit of it on the news.

A magnitude 6.4 earthquake IN THE KERMADEC ISLANDS, NEW ZEALAND has occurred at:
30.62S 178.32W Depth 33km Sun May 4 20:08:44 2003 UTC

posted on May, 5 2003 @ 12:28 PM
I know one thing, Mo. and KS. really took it on the chin weatherwise this weekend. Any members affected, best wishes for you, your families, and friends. DR., any theories as to whether HAARP had any bearing on the tornado spawnings?

posted on May, 5 2003 @ 04:25 PM
A magnitude 6.2 earthquake IN HALMAHERA, INDONESIA has occurred at:
0.23N 127.18E Depth 183km Mon May 5 15:50:15 2003 UTC

posted on May, 5 2003 @ 05:30 PM
A 3.9 magnitude earthquake struck 30 miles SE of Charlottesville Virginia.

Magnitude 3.9 VIRGINIA
2003 May 05 16:32:32 UTC
Preliminary Earthquake Report
U.S. Geological Survey, National Earthquake Information Center
World Data Center for Seismology, Denver

Magnitude 3.9
Date-Time Monday, May 05, 2003 at 16:32:32 (UTC) - Coordinated Universal Time
Monday, May 05, 2003 at 12:32:32 PM local time at epicenter
Time of Earthquake in other Time Zones
Location 37.75N 78.07W
Depth 5.0 kilometers
Reference 45 km (30 miles) SE of Charlottesville, Virginia
60 km (35 miles) NNE of Farmville, Virginia
60 km (35 miles) WNW of RICHMOND, Virginia
80 km (50 miles) SW of Fredericksburg, Virginia

Location Quality Error estimate: horizontal +/- 15.3 km; depth fixed by location program
Location Quality
Parameters Nst=11, Nph=11, Dmin=78.9 km, Rmss=0.61 sec, Erho=15.3 km, Erzz=0 km, Gp=192.5 degrees

Since at least 1774, people in central Virginia have felt small earthquakes and suffered damage from infrequent larger ones. The largest damaging earthquake in the seismic zone occurred in 1875 (magnitude 4.8). Smaller earthquakes that cause little or no damage are felt each year or two.
Earthquakes in the central and eastern U.S., although less frequent than in the western U.S., are typically felt over a much broader region. East of the Rockies, an earthquake can be felt over an area as much as ten times larger than a similar magnitude earthquake on the west coast. A magnitude 4.0 eastern U.S. earthquake typically can be felt at many places as far as 100 km (60 mi) from where it occurred, and it infrequently causes damage near its source. A magnitude 5.5 eastern U.S. earthquake usually can be felt as far as 500 km (300 mi) from where it occurred, and sometimes causes damage out to 40 km (25 mi).

Earthquakes everywhere occur on faults within bedrock, usually several miles deep. Most bedrock beneath central Virginia was assembled as continents collided to form a supercontinent about 500-300 million years ago, raising the Appalachian Mountains. Most of the rest of the bedrock formed when the supercontinent rifted apart about 200 million years ago to form what are now the northeastern U.S., the Atlantic Ocean, and Europe.

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. The Central Virginia seismic zone is far from the nearest plate boundaries, which are in the center of the Atlantic Ocean and in the Caribbean Sea. The seismic zone is laced with known faults but numerous smaller or deeply buried faults remain undetected. Even the known faults are poorly located at earthquake depths. Accordingly, few, if any, earthquakes in the seismic zone can be linked to named faults. It is difficult to determine if a known fault is still active and could slip and cause an earthquake. As in most other areas east of the Rockies, the best guide to earthquake hazards in the seismic zone is the earthquakes themselves.

Earthquakes can trigger other earthquakes. The most common triggered earthquakes are the familiar aftershocks that occur in the vicinity of the fault that ruptured. Additionally, small, distant earthquakes (~1000 km) have been triggered following extremely large earthquakes.

There are no examples of earthquake triggering between events as small and as distant from each other as the recent events in Arkansas, Alabama, and Virginia. Therefor, the close spacing in time of these events is believed to be purely random.

posted on May, 5 2003 @ 05:54 PM
as I was reading this thread, I heard the emergency alert sound from the TV in the next room (you know, that "if this was an actual emergency, instructions will follow" sound), apparently there are severe thunderstorms heading towards the metro Detroit area. the sound scared the crap out of me!
I figured there was an earthquake heading this way!

posted on May, 5 2003 @ 06:06 PM
Very interesting, low to medium level activity again mainly on the Pacific Rim area.

Chinese data STILL unavailable.

HAARP is very tranquil right now, but scroll back about 4-5 days...

For those of you asking about the severe weather, all I can say is keep an eye on HAARP transmissions, and consider a 3-5 lead time from transmissions to abnormal weather conditions...

posted on May, 5 2003 @ 11:45 PM
Two relatively moderate events today so far... I have a feeling something significant is coming in the days ahead...

I would also suggest that those in the area around the New Madrid fault zone should be on special alert, and should make relocation contingency plans.

posted on May, 7 2003 @ 12:06 AM
HAARP emerged from its slumber today... a good deal of activity today...

Chinas seismographs are back online!!! I wonder if Chinese intelligence checks my posts??? (I guess I should feel honored!)

Not a lot of activity, but I think the seismos may have just lapsed to the next day. Based on the above patterns from HAARP I would expect additional activity in the next 72 hours.

Strange, we were having a good stable geomag field all weekend while HAARP was offline, now that HAARP came back online, we are back to a GeoMag storm... but no solar flares going...

posted on May, 7 2003 @ 02:08 PM

Originally posted by dragonrider

Strange, we were having a good stable geomag field all weekend while HAARP was offline, now that HAARP came back online, we are back to a GeoMag storm... but no solar flares going...

I noticed that too DR. We might have to see if a pattern developes between these two.

posted on May, 8 2003 @ 05:10 AM

Originally posted by phoenix_cross
this is really odd. over the past month there's been an increase in eq's and other geologic activity. i know that's been stated as obvious but still. all i know for sure is that something BIG is goin on. i don't know what. maybe there's something inside the earth. i remember an old game i had where a monster lived inside the earth for eons then destroyed everything and there were eq's before it happened. freaky.,

The bible says that in the endtimes, the Earth will totter like a drunken man. This is an effect to the Earth that is not unlikely and can be likened with what happens to a (wirl)top (?) just before it stops rotating.


posted on May, 8 2003 @ 08:48 PM
A magnitude 5.7 earthquake IN THE NEW IRELAND REGION, P.N.G. has occurred at:
3.46S 150.55E Depth 33km Thu May 8 20:22:11 2003 UTC

posted on May, 8 2003 @ 10:35 PM
i remember the game now! it was a game called chrono trigger in which a being from space fell causing the extinction of the dinosaurs, and eventually rose again in 1999 and destroyed everything. it was lavos or something, it means big fire. will the earth split to unleash a big volcanic flare or something?

posted on May, 9 2003 @ 08:56 PM
A magnitude 6.1 earthquake IN THE PRINCE EDWARD ISLANDS REGION has occurred at:
47.99S 32.02E Depth 10km Fri May 9 20:26:15 2003 UTC

posted on May, 9 2003 @ 10:15 PM
Do all of these earthquakes mean any thing, or do there just happen to be a lot of earthquakes?

posted on May, 10 2003 @ 11:06 AM
They might be caused from the massive coronal hole on the sun or haarp.

posted on May, 11 2003 @ 09:36 AM
Massive seismic event in Samuel Brazil, any Brazilian ATS members, please sound off, let us know you are ok, and please post reports of news, damage, or after/foreshocks if at all possible!!

Moderate but significant seismic activity globally:

Current geomagnetic storm, but again, no current solar flare activity... Very unusual...

Could it be due to the very significant HAARP activity over the past 48 hours??? This is rather unusual, and may well mean something globally... HAARP tends to not be operative on weekends...

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