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World Wide Seismic Event...

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posted on Jul, 25 2003 @ 06:52 PM
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I would expect closer correlation between solar storms and quakes now...

I am thinking that they may have transferred most transmissions to Colorado (maybe based on this thread?????) and the Gakona and other Alaskan magnetometer feeds will no longer correlate with other observable activity. Since there is no magnetometer on the Colorado HAARP facility, they will likely try to hide the broadcasts in times of extreme solar activity as they appear to have attempted with Gakona.




posted on Jul, 25 2003 @ 06:56 PM
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Just a thought, could they be using HAARP to fracture the earth to create more oil flow?

Also how much oil and gas can be removed before the voids compress under the weight of the earth's crust?



posted on Jul, 25 2003 @ 07:00 PM
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No..they could not do that.



posted on Jul, 25 2003 @ 07:07 PM
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No I doubt that they are using HAARP to exploit oil plays, although one of its "legit" purposes (assuming it to be a innocent research project) is to use it to find oil and gas reserves using ground penetrating tomography.

I dont know that HAARP can focus tight enough to allow anything like fracturing a tight gas reserve, and it would be highly dangerous and inefficient (especially since we already have proven extraction technologies for this)

I dont think you can extract enough oil for anything like that to happen. Even if you were able to, the groundwater will replace the volume of oil and prevent any "collapse". There have been some cases of sinkholes caused by oil drilling, but those are more commonly associated with drilling around salt diapirs (salt domes) which present unique problems.

Indeed, we CANNOT extract 100% of oil... we can only get what is under pressure and will come to the surface on its own. We can try a few tricks like water injection wells to increase the ground pressure and force more oil to the surface, but we can realistically only extract about 40% of the oil that is actually in the ground.



posted on Jul, 25 2003 @ 07:07 PM
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Coronal Holes:

Solar wind gusts from the indicated coronal hole could reach Earth on July 27th or 28th. Image credit: SOHO Extreme UV Telescope
More about coronal hol

www.spaceweather.com...



posted on Jul, 25 2003 @ 07:15 PM
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A magnitude 6.1 earthquake IN EASTERN HONSHU, JAPAN has occurred at:
38.52N 140.96E Depth 33km Fri Jul 25 22:13:34 2003 UTC



posted on Jul, 25 2003 @ 07:21 PM
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I once saw Union Oil accidentally drill into a salt dome in La.
it sucked in the drilling rig, two barges,[ one with my equipment on it] the whole lake and the two rivers that fed it. The pods on the cement unit popped up and then about 2 days later the hole burped and the three barges came up with no equipment and the lake came back up. 81 or 82, I can't remember it was the talk of the town though.



posted on Jul, 25 2003 @ 07:22 PM
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This incident was more than the talk of the town. This is fairly well discussed event in the industry!

And you were there?!? Damn the bad luck!



posted on Jul, 25 2003 @ 07:24 PM
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I remember doing a paper on that event! What lake was that????

Probably the LARGEST artificially induced sinkhole in history. Also, the salt dome had an active salt mine in it with a number of workers in it when it was punctured... incredible luck that no one was killed.



posted on Jul, 25 2003 @ 10:00 PM
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Two Quakes Jolt Northeastern Japan



Reuters
Friday, July 25, 2003; 8:31 PM



TOKYO (Reuters) - A strong earthquake hit northeastern Japan on Saturday morning, just hours after an earlier tremblor, injuring at least 14 people, causing landslides and halting electric power, public broadcaster NHK said.

NHK said the earthquake had an estimated magnitude of 6.2 on the Richter scale and hit with an intensity of around six on the Japanese scale of seven in some areas of Miyagi Prefecture in northeastern Japan, about 190 miles north of Tokyo.

The quake triggered a landslide in the town of Tanancho, Miyagi Prefecture, and some people were feared buried, NHK said.

Weaker aftershocks were felt in the region and heavy rains the night before meant there was a danger of more landslides.

About 130,000 homes lost electric power and many trains in the area were halted, NHK said. One train carrying about 10 people was derailed but there were no injuries reported.

Tokyo Electric Power Company, Japan's largest utility, said it had not received any reports of irregularities at nuclear power plants in nearby Fukushima Prefecture as a result of the quake, Kyodo news agency reported.

Around 50 houses were damaged in the mountainous town of Nangocho in northern Miyagi Prefecture, a local official said, adding that some residents had been evacuated to a local school.

"I felt the earthquake as I started cleaning, so I put a 'futon' quilt over my head and ran outside," one elderly woman told NHK.

The quake, which could be felt in Tokyo, followed another strong tremblor in the same area. That quake, which hit shortly after midnight, measured 5.5 on the Richter scale. There had been no reports of casualties or serious damage.

"As compared to the previous one, the tremor was weaker," said a local official in the town of Matsuyama near the epicenter. "The town has been hit by a power outage," he added.

A meteorological agency official had said earlier that there were no links between Saturday's initial earthquake and the so-called Miyagi-oki earthquake, which has hit the region cyclically about every 30 to 40 years and last struck in 1978, killing 28 people.

"Ties between this earthquake and the hypothetical major earthquake that could occur off the coast of Miyagi Prefecture can be ignored," Noritake Nishide was quoted by Kyodo as saying.

Kyodo said the first earthquake had caused blackouts in some areas, stopped some trains and caused parts of highways to close.

Kyodo also said four people were injured in Miyagi.

"I felt a very strong shake... But there wasn't anything like furniture falling over," an official at Shiogama city hall in Miyagi said in an interview with NHK.

Miyagi was hit by a powerful earthquake in late May that measured 7.0 on the Richter scale and left more than 100 people injured but caused no deaths.

That earthquake was of about the same magnitude as a devastating earthquake in the western Japanese city of Kobe eight years ago, which measured 7.2 on the Richter scale and left 6,430 dead.

www.washingtonpost.com...



posted on Jul, 25 2003 @ 10:09 PM
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Two questions.

1 Do you think they know we're watching them?

2. If yes, Why the hell are they continuing to hide the effects so badly?



posted on Jul, 25 2003 @ 10:13 PM
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Originally posted by Valhall
This incident was more than the talk of the town. This is fairly well discussed event in the industry!

And you were there?!? Damn the bad luck!


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I wasn't there when they drilled off into it, I was in Alvin,Tx at the office and I was told to hurry the hello up there and see what I could do. There was nothing but a couple of cement silos floating around in a little whirlpool when I arrived. I just satred
in awe for a couple of hours and went to the hotel with the boys and drank and told war stories, There really wasn't anything that anybody could do. Except for that company man and directioal driller, they kinda sat in a corner crap'in in their pants!

tut tut lol

thanks for the memories!!!!!!!!!



posted on Jul, 25 2003 @ 10:15 PM
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Considering that numerous times members on this thread have found evidence of data being manipulated, I would say this thread is DEFFINITELY being monitored.

Why are they having a hard time hiding the effects? Well, they are very large scale worldwide effects, and therefore not very easy to hide at all. I would have to give them extremely high scores for managing what they have so far in terms of camoflage.

Of course that means extremely high scores for those who ferret them out *wink to Banshee*

They are helped by the fact that most civilians are NOT trained geologists, and therefore it is easy to pass off all these occurrences as normal natural events. The average person doesnt look at all these factors and put them together they way they have been in this thread. Indeed most civilians wouldnt know where to begin to look.

For those of us who have been looking at it, it is also easy to label us paranoid crackpots, but then, we know what the hell we are looking at!



posted on Jul, 25 2003 @ 10:20 PM
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I did witness a massive manipulation a few months back, every seismology chart was off the scale and then a minute later i refreshed and 12 sites were offline (mainly china and russia) and the rest went normally, another person also witnessed this, and i cant remember the URL (it was the site with the salmon pink background and 50 some charts)

Isnt there some kind of seismology forum/website where you can make this widely known?



posted on Jul, 25 2003 @ 10:23 PM
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For those of us who have been looking at it, it is also easy to label us paranoid crackpots, but then, we know what the hell we are looking at!


curious crack heads tweeking on diverging colroed lines would be more like it [even though I am sure that is not true either]

lol



posted on Jul, 25 2003 @ 10:24 PM
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yeah, that would be the USGS live seismograph feeds. I saw something similar just a couple of days ago. I noticed that all of the Antarctic seismographs stopped recording about 4 hours before (I had posted on the odd drilling type profile the day before).

Later that day, Banshee mentioned that she had checked it, and not only were they back online, ALL GAPS HAD BEEN FILLED IN

I am using Red Puma out of Switzerland I think for all my quake data now.



posted on Jul, 25 2003 @ 10:30 PM
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Yeah, i saw the gaps too, and i saw them on the coloured 3 line feed (man i need to read the names of these sites) i assumed it was going off scale.

I made a post about missing data 20-25 pages ago if i recall correctly.



posted on Jul, 25 2003 @ 10:31 PM
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I is so observant.

I'm terrible with numbers, but I have a head for words and patterns. Guess that's why my "real job" is working with data.

If DR keeps pointing out these things I notice, I'm going to get a swelled head.
(then again, after my show tomorrow nite I'm sure my head'll be swelled anyways....)

-B.



posted on Jul, 25 2003 @ 10:33 PM
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@ Banshee

I'd rather remember words than numbers, all this american spelling is giving me a complex.

"Which spelling have i used?"
"Should i be using an S instead of a Z?"
"Why did i recieve an F?"



posted on Jul, 25 2003 @ 10:41 PM
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Originally posted by David
@ Banshee

I'd rather remember words than numbers, all this american spelling is giving me a complex.

"Which spelling have i used?"
"Should i be using an S instead of a Z?"
"Why did i recieve an F?"



Were it possible to combine brains, David...
You and I could take over the world.

*MWA-hahahahahaaaaaa!!!*

...tranquilizer, please?
-B.



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