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posted on Mar, 26 2013 @ 05:30 PM
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While doing some reading on solid earth tides, I stumbled upon this cool website that has audio of 18 months of seismometer data condensed into 13 seconds of audio.

I'd never really thought much about the constant slow moving bulge of earth under the moon, but listening to it makes it real.

Here is a picture of the strain over the past week from a borehole strainmeter (PB045) in northern California. You can tell we are headed toward the full moon, because the strain amplitudes are getting larger.


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It is amazing that earthquakes don't pop off at alarming rates when the earth tides are largest; but when you realize the stress on faults has been constantly building for years, decades, and even centuries, this small additional movement doesn't really contribute much. Unless, the fault is already near its failure point.




posted on Mar, 26 2013 @ 09:15 PM
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Wednesday March 27 2013, 02:03:19 UTC Taiwan 6.1
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posted on Mar, 26 2013 @ 09:28 PM
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Anyone notice the depths of both the Taiwan and the Kenai Alaska quake.....They are the same!

earthquake.usgs.gov...

Worth watching....???

Maybe.



posted on Mar, 26 2013 @ 10:18 PM
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Thank you, muzzy, PuterMan and MarkJS !

You have given me a very good education of what is happing in the Canarry Island area.

I was confused and didn't even have an inkling of why I could not get my point across.

Turns out I was way off with what I perceived was going on



Boy, I'm so happy I have the opportunity to learn more and more every day.

I may argue at times (when I think I'm right) but I do not mind finding out that I am wrong,
"cause It means I have learned something new.


Thanks again.
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posted on Mar, 26 2013 @ 11:07 PM
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China say

2013-03-27 10:03:19.1, 24.0, 121.0, 8km, Ms6.5, Nantou County, Taiwan

data.earthquake.cn...

Russia say

2013-03-27 02:03:17.7 23.83 121.30 20 47 - 5.8mb/17 Taiwan

www.ceme.gsras.ru...

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posted on Mar, 27 2013 @ 03:46 AM
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And the moment tensors from USGS say 5.9Mw and GFZ Potsdam say 5.9Mw and you can bet that in about 8 days time that is what it will be reduced to.



posted on Mar, 27 2013 @ 04:35 AM
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Ah a man after my own heart. I too love the sounds of the rhythms and quakes.


I'd never really thought much about the constant slow moving bulge of earth under the moon, but listening to it makes it real.


As much as 55mm movement every day as I have said many times on the QW threads.

Sped up 4,000,000 times come from the approximate calculation (18 months * 30 days * 24 hours * 60 minutes * 60 seconds)/ the duration of 13 seconds. There are about 2*540 beats in the 18 months duration or 1080 beats. 1080/13 is ~83 and indeed the peak frequency of the sound file is 91 Hz. Fascinating stuff.



posted on Mar, 27 2013 @ 07:38 AM
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Originally posted by muzzy
I wonder how many more mag 6's we would have here on the books if all the 5's were translated into mb and Mw?


Had to rush out earlier and did not respond but now................

Funny you should say that as I have been preparing these figures since I do just that for the mag 5 range (in the Geophysical reports) and will eventually be doing it weekly for the Mag 6s.

I have only got as far as 2008 but the rough figures are thus converting any marked as mb or ML to Mw using the formulae you found applied to any quake in the catalog >= 5.4 mb/ML/MwMs etc.

01/01/2002 to 31/12/2012 ANSS data
As published 6.0 - .6.999 = 1661
Converted 6.0 - 6.999 = 1734 (104.4%)

As published 7.0 - 7.999 = 161
Converted 7.0 - 7.999 = 161

Mag 8s are also the same in both.

You only need to look at my Geophysical report to see the MASSIVE difference when this is applied to M5 quakes (rolling 52 week totals) published first then calculated.




posted on Mar, 27 2013 @ 01:33 PM
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A heads up, I live in the palm springs La quinta California area, and I have felt 2 sharp jolts this morning, one was about 3 hours ago and I though nothing of it, and the other was about 15 mins ago.

The USGS map shows we have had 2 small 3+ quakes here in the Anza range.

It is unusual for me to feel these very small ones, but I felt 2 within 3 hours and dont know if we are gearing up for something stronger.



posted on Mar, 27 2013 @ 01:46 PM
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Originally posted by ToxicJane
A heads up, I live in the palm springs La quinta California area, and I have felt 2 sharp jolts this morning, one was about 3 hours ago and I though nothing of it, and the other was about 15 mins ago.

The USGS map shows we have had 2 small 3+ quakes here in the Anza range.

It is unusual for me to feel these very small ones, but I felt 2 within 3 hours and dont know if we are gearing up for something stronger.



Activity so far :

Wednesday March 27 2013, 19:48:56 UTC Northern California 1.3 USGS Feed Detail
Wednesday March 27 2013, 19:48:56 UTC Northern California 1.3 USGS Feed Detail
Wednesday March 27 2013, 19:48:16 UTC Southern California 2.7 USGS Feed Detail
Wednesday March 27 2013, 19:44:47 UTC Southern California 1.2 USGS Feed Detail
Wednesday March 27 2013, 19:34:01 UTC Central California 1.2 USGS Feed Detail
Wednesday March 27 2013, 19:27:41 UTC Northern California 1.4 USGS Feed Detail
Wednesday March 27 2013, 19:27:41 UTC Northern California 1.4 USGS Feed Detail
Wednesday March 27 2013, 19:24:28 UTC Southern California 1.3 USGS Feed Detail
Wednesday March 27 2013, 19:22:01 UTC Southern California 1.3 USGS Feed Detail
Wednesday March 27 2013, 19:17:39 UTC Southern California 1.6 USGS Feed Detail
Wednesday March 27 2013, 19:12:56 UTC Greater Los Angeles area, California 1.1 USGS Feed
Wednesday March 27 2013, 19:12:56 UTC Greater Los Angeles area, California 1.1 USGS Feed
Wednesday March 27 2013, 19:02:58 UTC Southern California 1.1 USGS Feed Detail
Wednesday March 27 2013, 18:58:52 UTC Southern California 1.7 USGS Feed Detail
Wednesday March 27 2013, 18:53:22 UTC Southern California 1.6 USGS Feed Detail
Wednesday March 27 2013, 18:52:43 UTC Southern California 2.3 USGS Feed Detail
Wednesday March 27 2013, 18:41:52 UTC Southern California 1.0 USGS Feed Detail
Wednesday March 27 2013, 18:41:52 UTC Southern California 1.0 USGS Feed Detail
Wednesday March 27 2013, 18:41:52 UTC Southern California 1.0 USGS Feed Detail
Wednesday March 27 2013, 18:41:52 UTC Southern California 1.0 USGS Feed Detail
Wednesday March 27 2013, 18:41:11 UTC Southern California 1.1 USGS Feed Detail
Wednesday March 27 2013, 18:38:35 UTC Southern California 1.3 USGS Feed Detail
Wednesday March 27 2013, 18:37:46 UTC Southern California 1.2 USGS Feed Detail
Wednesday March 27 2013, 18:18:31 UTC Southern California 1.9 USGS Feed Detail
Wednesday March 27 2013, 18:18:31 UTC Southern California 1.9 USGS Feed Detail
Wednesday March 27 2013, 18:17:43 UTC Southern California 2.6 USGS Feed Detail
Wednesday March 27 2013, 18:17:00 UTC Southern California 3.7 USGS Feed Detail
Wednesday March 27 2013, 18:13:34 UTC Southern California 1.8 USGS Feed Detail
Wednesday March 27 2013, 18:03:39 UTC Northern California 1.1 USGS Feed Detail
Wednesday March 27 2013, 18:02:47 UTC Northern California 1.4 USGS Feed Detail
Wednesday March 27 2013, 18:02:11 UTC Southern California 1.0 USGS Feed Detail
Wednesday March 27 2013, 18:00:02 UTC Southern California 1.4 USGS Feed Detail
Wednesday March 27 2013, 18:00:02 UTC Southern California 1.4 USGS Feed Detail
Wednesday March 27 2013, 17:59:19 UTC Southern California 1.1 USGS Feed Detail
Wednesday March 27 2013, 17:58:46 UTC Southern California 1.0 USGS Feed Detail
Wednesday March 27 2013, 17:57:37 UTC Southern California 1.3 USGS Feed Detail
Wednesday March 27 2013, 17:57:37 UTC Southern California 1.3 USGS Feed Detail
Wednesday March 27 2013, 17:57:33 UTC Southern California 1.1 USGS Feed Detail
Wednesday March 27 2013, 17:54:25 UTC Southern California 1.6 USGS Feed Detail
Wednesday March 27 2013, 17:53:30 UTC Southern California 2.2 USGS Feed Detail
Wednesday March 27 2013, 17:53:30 UTC Southern California 2.2 USGS Feed Detail
Wednesday March 27 2013, 17:53:12 UTC Southern California 2.2 USGS Feed Detail
Wednesday March 27 2013, 17:52:55 UTC Southern California 1.3 USGS Feed Detail
Wednesday March 27 2013, 17:52:45 UTC Southern California 1.3 USGS Feed Detail
Wednesday March 27 2013, 17:52:26 UTC Southern California 1.2 USGS Feed Detail
Wednesday March 27 2013, 17:52:06 UTC Southern California 1.3 USGS Feed Detail
Wednesday March 27 2013, 17:50:29 UTC Southern California 3.4 USGS Feed Detail


Last night i felt vibrations were i lived but strangely there was no activity on any maps or the abc 7 quake cam
abclocal.go.com...
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posted on Mar, 27 2013 @ 01:55 PM
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Dreamfox,
you have hit the nail on the head for me, on the "vibrations". I have been feeling these for a while now, (3-5 months). I never really think much about it, but since you mentioned it, it has come back to me, I feel these quite often and just chalk it up to ?? whatever, I don't want to let my mind run away with me, but I think I have been feeling these tiny, tiny ones for a bit now.

I have a question, Since we are in some type of meteor event right now (just all the meteors showing up lately) do they, (or a larger) space body have an effect on our gravity? Would it somehow cause our plates to lift up a bit with the speed they may be passing us? I have no idea if Scientifically this is even possible but its just been a thought in my mind for a while now.



posted on Mar, 27 2013 @ 01:57 PM
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Originally posted by ToxicJane
Dreamfox,
you have hit the nail on the head for me, on the "vibrations". I have been feeling these for a while now, (3-5 months). I never really think much about it, but since you mentioned it, it has come back to me, I feel these quite often and just chalk it up to ?? whatever, I don't want to let my mind run away with me, but I think I have been feeling these tiny, tiny ones for a bit now.

I have a question, Since we are in some type of meteor event right now (just all the meteors showing up lately) do they, (or a larger) space body have an effect on our gravity? Would it somehow cause our plates to lift up a bit with the speed they may be passing us? I have no idea if Scientifically this is even possible but its just been a thought in my mind for a while now.



I would say yes but some will say Nah just to be in the safe side but i dont play that way and say hell yes it does affect us
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posted on Mar, 27 2013 @ 03:18 PM
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Electrical hum coming from outside right now.
Is it HAARP???




area code 90006

Los Angeles

Sound is fading in and out almost like a shortwave radio?
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posted on Mar, 27 2013 @ 03:21 PM
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See if you can record it. Hopefully its nothing.... but there is a lot of activity in Cali ... who knows.

Try and record though...



posted on Mar, 27 2013 @ 03:30 PM
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Dont have my phone with me but it sounds like a low flying blimp but minus the blimp


I don't see anything around my area but i do notice snake like clouds.

i just looked up snake clouds..... is this bad?

www.terraresearch.net...

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posted on Mar, 27 2013 @ 03:47 PM
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Drones??? Not being flippant. Don't like the look of those 'vibrating' clouds. Please stay safe.
Not being funny, but if your outside and not posting via your phone, how are you posting? I've obviously missed something....sorry....getting anxious for you.
Rainbows
Jane



posted on Mar, 27 2013 @ 03:55 PM
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with a old laptop is how




posted on Mar, 27 2013 @ 03:57 PM
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Mines steam driven and has to have an umbilical cord now it's wireless card is knackered!
Rainbows
Jane



posted on Mar, 27 2013 @ 04:00 PM
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Originally posted by angelchemuel
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Mines steam driven and has to have an umbilical cord now it's wireless card is knackered!
Rainbows
Jane


lol i hate when that happens



posted on Mar, 27 2013 @ 05:44 PM
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Article ©2003 Terra Research LLC - All photos by Terra Research of true 'Earth Transient Cloud formations' - captured during research trips. .*note: excluding rock slides, explosion, and traditional fracture


Now, there are three photos of clouds and the author says these form in seconds just before an earthquake.

My question therefore (which I am not expecting you to answer) is: If the author photographed these immediately before an earthquake why does he not mention which earthquake? Not once, not twice, not three times.

Personally I find that a little curious!



edit on 27/3/2013 by PuterMan because: The usual spelling errors which haunt me.





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