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World Wide Seismic Event...

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posted on Jun, 3 2003 @ 06:27 PM
IRIS shows eight (8) active quakes in the past 24 hours....

Mag 4.4, Near North coast of Colombia

Mag 4 at Kodiak Island, Alaska

Mag 4.6 at the Kuril Islands

Mag 5.3 at New Britain Region

Mag 4.7 at Irian Jaya Region, Indonesia

Mag 4.5 at Taulaud Islands, Indonesia

Mag 4.5 at Easter Gulf of Aden (Persian Gulf)

Mag 4.1 at Western Mediterranian Sea (Algeria)

posted on Jun, 4 2003 @ 01:15 PM
3rd June 2003 06:42 NEAR NORTH COAST OF COLOMBIA 4.4 M 33.0 (N/A )
07:10 NORTHERN COLOMBIA 3.7 M 150.0 (N/A )
10:19 KURIL ISLANDS 4.7 M 60.4 (Good)
10:42 SOUTH OF AUSTRALIA 4.6 M 10.0 (Fair)
12:07 KURIL ISLANDS 4.6 M 57.6 (N/A )
14:33 VANUATU ISLANDS 4.7 M 33.0 (Fair)
15:33 EAST OF KURIL ISLANDS 4.0 M 33.0 (Fair)
17:55 HALMAHERA, INDONESIA 5.1 M 33.0 (N/A )
18:09 NEW MEXICO 3.3 M 5.0 (N/A )
19:19 IRIAN JAYA, INDONESIA 4.5 M 33.0 (Fair)
20:00 SOUTHWESTERN RYUKYU ISL., JAPA 4.3 M 67.7 (Fair)
20:01 CENTRAL ALASKA 3.7 M 6.0 (N/A ) AEIC
21:09 VANUATU ISLANDS 5.6 M 35.0 (N/A )
23:58 NEAR COAST OF PERU 6.0 M 33.0 (Good)
4th June 2003 01:27 GREATER LOS ANGELES AREA 2.5 M 15.8 (N/A ) PAS
05:56 SOLOMON ISLANDS 5.2 M 33.0 (Good)
08:32 WESTERN MONTANA 2.8 M 16.2 (N/A ) BUT
11:36 SVALBARD REGION 4.9 M 10.0 (Good)
12:59 OFF COAST OF OREGON 4.5 M 10.0 (Good)

posted on Jun, 4 2003 @ 11:32 PM
IRIS lists nine (9) active quakes in the past 24 hours.

Mag 4.9 at Svalbard Region

Mag 5.1 at Southern Xingshiang China

Mag 5.1 at Sumba Region, Indonesia

Mag 4.5 at Seram Indonesia

Mag 5.2 at the Solomon Islands

Mag 4.5 at the Kuril Islands

Mag 4.3 in Northern Alaska (very near HAARP)

Mag 4.5 off the coast of Oregon

Mag 5.2 off the west coast of Mexico

Is it my imagination or are they not only get larger in number, but in magnitude?

And of course a sharp spike in HAARP emmissions today...

Remember, there is no coincidence.

posted on Jun, 6 2003 @ 09:23 AM
Looks like HAARP is quieting a little. Wonder if they took a 3 day weekend?

posted on Jun, 6 2003 @ 10:28 AM
A minor earthquake occurred Fri Jun 6, 2003 at about 07:29:33 CDT
(Jun 6, 2003 12:29:33 GMT). The event was 2.82 km ( 1.75 mi) west
of Cunningham, KY (Carlisle). The magnitude was 4.5.

Origin Time: 2003/06/06 12:29:33.33
Magnitude: 3.7
Hypocenter: 36.90 deg latitude -88.92 deg longitude
Depth: 2.62 km
Number Picks: 30
Closest Station: 62 km
RMS: 0.33 sec
Gap: 140 deg
Quality: B

Error Ellipsoid, axis #1: azm> 123 dip> 10 len> 2.79 km
axis #1: azm> 215 dip> 13 len> 2.44 km

This is a preliminary location and magnitude determined from
data provided by the Central and Southeast U.S. Cooperative
Seismic Network and by the U.S. Geological Survey. Magnitude
and location may change slightly as more data become available.

Additional information on the CUSSN is available at:

Looking at the depth, this one seems rather shallow as opposed to most quakes in the NMSZ.

posted on Jun, 6 2003 @ 04:11 PM
IRIS showing 4 earthquakes in the past 24 hours.

Mag 4.5 in Eastern Tennessee (This is the New Madrid Seismic Zone waking up a bit....)

Mag 5.0 North of Acension Island, in the Atlantic Ocean

Mag 4.7 near East Coast of Honshu Japan

Mag 5.4 at Seram Indonesia

All pretty significant events, and the 4.5 in the NMSZ is one to keep your eyes on...

Relatively low level activity shown on USGS...

New Madrid quakes (apparently not updated yet)

Geomagnetic field QUIET (been a while since we've seen that)

SUNSPOT WATCH: Sunspot 375 is growing in size and complexity, and could soon become a source of Earth-directed M-class solar flares. The spot stretches about five Earth diameters from side to side, so it's easy to see. But never look directly at the sun. Use safe solar projection methods instead.

HAARP was calming down, but it looks to be spooling up a bit in the past few hours...

posted on Jun, 6 2003 @ 04:56 PM
A light earthquake shook portions of Western Kentucky early Friday, authorities said.

The 4.5 magnitude quake occurred shortly before 7:30 a.m. CDT, with its epicenter one mile south of Blandville in Ballard County, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.

Ray Bowman, spokesman for the Kentucky Division of Emergency Management, said he had no reports of injuries. The quake apparently was felt most in portions of Western Kentucky and southern Illinois hugging the Mississippi River. In Carlisle County in Western Kentucky, the quake cracked sidewalks, broke windows and knocked pictures off walls, said Donna Laird, the countys emergency management director. Telephone service was disrupted in the towns of Arlington and Berkeley, she said. Laird said she had no reports of power outages.

posted on Jun, 6 2003 @ 05:00 PM
No power outages, damn rules out nuclear testing...very odd. They felt by the big river but nothing north?!

posted on Jun, 6 2003 @ 05:04 PM

Originally posted by ADVISOR
No power outages, damn rules out nuclear testing...very odd. They felt by the big river but nothing north?!

Actually its not odd at all... The New Madrid has the potential of being the most destructive seismic zone in North America. It totally destroyed 2 towns in 1811-1812 and made the Mississippi River run backwards.

It is long overdue for another quake.

posted on Jun, 6 2003 @ 08:41 PM
What do all these earthquakes mean?

posted on Jun, 6 2003 @ 09:07 PM
Something very unusual is going on. Not just with Earth but with the entire solar system as well.

It has to do with the cycle which is coming to an end in 2012...Then it starts all over again.

Hope we are all still here.

posted on Jun, 6 2003 @ 10:23 PM
A magnitude 6.7 earthquake IN THE NEW BRITAIN REGION, P.N.G. has occurred at:
5.03S 152.22E Depth 33km Sat Jun 7 00:32:46 2003 UTC

posted on Jun, 6 2003 @ 11:38 PM
Indeed... a 6.7 rates as a major earthquake...

There is something going on...

HAARP emmissions are spooling up... I wonder if they have a transmission profile they are fitting or ??

posted on Jun, 7 2003 @ 03:59 PM
A lot of seismic activity currently...

posted on Jun, 8 2003 @ 10:01 AM
Apparently, for about a year, we have had a temporarily captured astroid doing a little "lotus dance" around us. Just a few days it ago it busted a move and escaped earth orbit.

Maybe it was massive enough that when it left our close-earth region it caused some tetonic reactions???

I include the link to the asteroid tracking animation below...

posted on Jun, 8 2003 @ 12:10 PM
HAARP is kicking today.

DR, how long has it been since they've done this much on a weekend?

And IRIS is showing *no* quakes in the last 24 hrs...

Odd weekend, indeed.

posted on Jun, 8 2003 @ 07:01 PM
Hey guys, been gone for the last couple of days so havent had the chance to check seismic data or HAARP magnetometer, so am behind a couple of days (when I came back, I think someone had been in my house...)


You are correct, HAARP usually is not very active on weekends (I honestly think the operators at Elmendorf AFB get the weekend off). This is also obvious on holidays/3 day weekends. I dont know offhand how long ago it has been since it was very active on the weekend (would have to go back through this thread, as that is about how long I have been checking it daily).

As far as the IRIS seismic record, well... just due to the activity at HAARP I would expect a good burst of activity in the next 48-72 hours.

It certainly does make one ask questions about what is happening on the weekend to make them break this cycle though.

Maybe pending military action? There are rumors that HAARP was used to modify the weathre patterns in Bosnia when NATO began bombing.

Valhal, I looked at the animation you posted. It is very interesting, and it makes me wonder why this wasnt better publicized by NASA, as that is proof of just how easily the Earth interacts with orbital bodies. I dont have any information about size or mass of this body, but I would suspect it is at least large enough to do serious damage to any nearby population center on impact.

As for the potential seismic implications you mentioned, I think you are talking about the tidal vectoring theory of seismic activity. That is a very interesting theory, and has a reliability of about 50% (which is at least as good as any other seismic modeling theories so far).

In answer to your question however, I kind of doubt that it is the cause of the recent seismic activity planetwide. If it is something small enough to get yanked off its trajectory by Earth, it likely doesnt have enough mass to seriously affect earth through tidal forces. The tidal vectoring theory indicates tidal forces exerted by the sun and other planets, considerably larger than this body.

posted on Jun, 9 2003 @ 08:08 AM
IRIS shows only one active quake, a 5.5 mag in Taiwan.

HAARP is still kicking pretty well...

Not sure what this all means, but then just got up and havent ingested a good deal of caffine yet... More as it comes up.

posted on Jun, 9 2003 @ 01:45 PM
A magnitude 5.6 earthquake IN SERAM, INDONESIA has occurred at:
2.93S 130.13E Depth 33km Fri Jun 6 13:09:22 2003 UTC

A magnitude 5.5 earthquake IN BANDA SEA has occurred at:
7.58S 125.51E Depth 33km Sun Jun 8 21:15:34 2003 UTC

A magnitude 5.5 earthquake IN THE TAIWAN REGION has occurred at:
24.31N 122.01E Depth 33km Mon Jun 9 01:52:48 2003 UTC

posted on Jun, 10 2003 @ 08:24 PM
8th June 2003 21:11 BONIN ISLANDS, JAPAN REGION 4.6 M 33.0 (N/A )
21:15 BANDA SEA 5.2 M 33.0 (N/A )
9th June 2003 01:52 TAIWAN REGION 5.8 M 33.0 (N/A )
05:08 TAIWAN 4.6 M 33.0 (N/A )
07:06 GREECE 5.1 M 17.6 (N/A )
07:32 SOUTH OF FIJI ISLANDS 4.5 M 600.0 (N/A )
08:09 RYUKYU ISLANDS, JAPAN 4.1 M 154.1 (N/A )
09:59 NEAR EAST COAST OF HONSHU, JAP 4.6 M 33.0 (N/A )
12:22 FIJI REGION 4.0 M 400.0 (Fair)
15:34 SOUTHERN ALASKA 3.9 M 10.0 (Good)
17:44 WESTERN TURKEY 4.5 M 10.0 (N/A )
18:46 ALASKA PENINSULA 4.0 M 33.0 (N/A )
10th June 2003 03:23 NORTHEASTERN CHINA 4.6 M 33.0 (Fair)
04:26 SUMBAWA REGION, INDONESIA 4.7 M 33.0 (Fair)
07:10 ERITREA - ETHIOPIA REGION 4.5 M 10.0 (Fair)
07:24 NEAR EAST COAST OF HONSHU, JAP 4.7 M 56.0 (Good)
08:40 TAIWAN 6.0 M 44.2 (Good)
12:52 HALMAHERA, INDONESIA 4.9 M 163.9 (Good)

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