How to Hide 64 Earthquakes by Ms. Hero Cee

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posted on Oct, 7 2004 @ 03:16 AM
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Interesting read: Any geophys people out there?

How would you go about hiding the fact that the Earth has been struck by 64 major earthquakes in one week? According to the website of the United States Geographic Survey (USGS), there were no less than 64 earthquakes recorded globally between 19 September and 25 September, 2004. These were no lightweights, either. Take for example a magnitude 5.9 in Fiji, 5.8 in California and a 5.2 in Indonesia. Most of the others hovered around the 3.1 to 5.0 mark - enough to cause substantial damage in most instances.
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posted on Oct, 7 2004 @ 03:23 AM
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I also have noticed the increase in volcanic and earthquake activity. It has not become mainstream and will not. Why initiate panic. Deal with it when it is over. I agree!
If you are aware, do what you believe is necessary, and GOD will do what he wants, IN short, do not be concerned!

TUT


E_T

posted on Oct, 7 2004 @ 03:45 AM
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Originally posted by project_pisces
Most of the others hovered around the 3.1 to 5.0 mark - enough to cause substantial damage in most instances.

LOL... 3.1!
Those cause damage to only very badly built buildings.

Also remember that energy released in 6 mag quake is ~32 times that released in 5 mag quake.

So comparing amount of them to mag 6 quakes and saying mag 5 and weaker ones as big quakes is bull# with big B.


www.sizes.com...
encyclopedia.thefreedictionary.com... magnitude scale



Descriptor Richter Magnitudes Earthquake Effects Average Annually
Micro Less than 2.0 Microearthquakes, About 8,000 per day
not felt.
Very minor 2.0-2.9 Generally not felt, About 1,000 per day
but recorded.
Minor 3.0-3.9 Often felt, but 49,000 (estimated)
rarely causes damage.
Light 4.0-4.9 Noticeable shaking of indoor 6,200 (estimated)
items, rattling noises.
Significant damage unlikely.


Ut

posted on Oct, 7 2004 @ 10:50 AM
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They don't seem to be wanting or trying to hide this. If the media doesn't pick up on something, it's usually because they don't think it'll sell. Geological activity is sort of like a baseball game. A big game in the US gets attention. A big game in Tokyo may or may not get a 2 second popup on CNN's news ticker.



posted on Oct, 7 2004 @ 03:05 PM
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They don't seem to be wanting or trying to hide this. If the media doesn't pick up on something, it's usually because they don't think it'll sell. Geological activity is sort of like a baseball game. A big game in the US gets attention. A big game in Tokyo may or may not get a 2 second popup on CNN's news ticker.


I guess your right,,,,seems to be the case with Mt St Helens....its gonna blow,,,its gonna blow.....puff of smoke. Never Mind
....Ooooops here it goes again,,,its gonna blow,,,,,"puff" nevermind



posted on Oct, 19 2004 @ 05:39 AM
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well I like in Los Angeles California, and Im no stranger to earth quakes, and I have noticed alot of the shakes. And yes it is a little nerve racking.





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