posted on Feb, 13 2013 @ 05:07 PM
reply to post by radpetey
No it does not look seismic. It would look like (depending on the sensitivity of the machine and proximity to source) either heavy vehicles or trains
but for the fact that it is not regular enough through out the day.
I can get the data for that one so I will have a closer look.
No I can't. The server is not responding. I sent the request but no data. I will try again tomorrow.
It also could be electrical having had a good look through all available seismograms. I note on Google Earth that there is what appears to be a
252,000 volt overhead electrical cable on pylons running right past where that seismo station is supposed to be. No telling what they may be putting
out in terms of spurious signals. (I am thinking 252kV as it seems to be a double cable. 4 is usually 440kV and single cables for voltages under 252kV
- at least in the UK/Ireland)
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There is what looks like a small quake on that one above
Whilst the location is approximate until I can query a data file, I had another look at Google Earth and there is another bunch of overground cables
(132kV ??) to the north of the seismo location
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edit on 13/2/2013 by PuterMan because: (no reason given)