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Originally posted by MrWendal
Not sure if the 104 hour window has started or not, but even if it has, this EQ does not measure up to his claims.
Originally posted by InsideYourMind
Originally posted by storm2012
This is it folks, the guy who posted a video about earthquake hitting california 9.0 could.come true, he even said god will give a warning.tsunami from or near japan and in two weeks after that cali will be hit with 9.0 . I suggest ppl should.take this warning seriously . This is very concerning california is experincing a lot earthquakes recently and if i live near the tremors i would pack my bag and move in land. Take care all
If god is going to give a warning... then unfortunately i find that very hard to take seriously.
Hello everyone, sorry for getting into the conversation so late -- this is actually my first post ever on ATS
I have read the thread and the statements made about how these 5.1 quakes in California were supposedly "phantom quakes". Before now, I have never even heard of such a thing, or even known that an erratum page containing phantom quake data existed on the USGS site. If this is true, I would think it would be an very rare event.
would that not mean that the respective seismographs in California actually did pick up at least some sort of seismic activity in California? Can anyone explain to me how a seismograph can detect seismic activity in an area where no seismic activity has actually occurred, when the said triggering activity is actually thousands of miles away?
The patterns I have seen lately coming in through ENS have become very unusual for about the past 18 months or so (just before the March 11, 2011 Japan quake) but I have noticed an even sharper turn in strange patterns throughout the past 2 months now. This pattern is on the rise in areas rarely affected by seismic activity.
properties of the event in question will be updated, such as depth, epicenter, finalized moment magnitude, precise lat and long, possible location uncertainty measurements, etc.
]Having a real-time quake notification and an archive of tens of thousands of those notifications, this is not the first time that I have noticed suspicious deletion of potentially moderate quake activity and I have not seen it occur anywhere more than events that take place in and around Yellowstone National Park -- imagine that?
the extent of which the information not deemed 'appropriate' for public consumption is controlled.
As far as I am aware the only seismic information that is removed - and I mean from the seismograph data and not from notifications - is data which might lead to foreign powers or other agencies gaining knowledge of the signature of naval vesels operating in certain areas. This is a very minute amount of information, the release of which may compromise US national security. Since there are VERY few seismos in the ocean this is hardly a problem.