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Originally posted by Banshee
The big Antarctic quake from a few days back has had several aftershocks.
Were this an explosion of some sort, or someone "hitting something," I don't think there'd be aftershocks in such a normal-appearing fashion. This looks to have been an actual quake, and in an area of the world that very rarely experiences seismic activity.
If some agency is digging at Antarctica and set off a large explosion they may well let off smaller ones afterwards to either clear away further debris or to lull us into thinking it was just a normal quake.
What do you think?
Any more data yet?
[Edited on 8-8-2003 by johnb]
Originally posted by BOBO
Please feel free to Contact my associates on anything pertaining to Alaska , tell them BOBO sent YA' they will know!
Originally posted by energy_wave
Not more than 5 minutes ago, I was told from a valid source that
Yellowstone is expected to blow VERY SOON.
According to the news, Yellowstone has been closed to visitors
because of the underground heat.
Originally posted by astrocreep
Wow, BOBO gave alot of info..wonder why he got banned so fast?