posted on Mar, 4 2013 @ 08:19 AM
reply to post by IT8NTEZ
Well interestingly, I was able to track down what I believe to be the closest seismometer in the area, and it resides on the TA network, station
Around the time you mention, and more specifically, at around 10:41 AM on Sunday, there appears to be two bumps on this seismometer, spaced closely
together, roughly in the order you describe:
Here is the trace:
Note that is UTC time you are seeing, and eastern standard = UTC time minus 5 hours.
Now I am trying to download the data to further analyze it, but having no luck because, well...I'd rather not go into it. But if I can get the data I
can run it through spectrum analysis to further confirm that while it may not be seismic, the frequencies could reside in the 8 to 20 Hz range- which
are plenty enough to shake a house- if the house's resonant frequency responded to the vibrations. And that would also possibly explain why it was not
reported as a quake, because it was more localized, and thus not a "declared" network event, which usually takes three stations or more to show it.
So anyway, that's a start... But without seeing spectrum on those bumps, can't be sure of much other than what I've reported...
edit on Mon Mar
4th 2013 by TrueAmerican because: (no reason given)