posted on Nov, 4 2004 @ 10:42 AM
Boondog, there are several quakes sites; and they do not agree on what quakes hit where, when.
USGS is the slowest putting up data; it can take a week.
are the main ones.
However, there >IS< a primary source of worldwide quakes that USGS writes to; but they just take their time putting up individual data. That is:
This last link usually shows a planet-wide quake long before it shows up anywhere else. I make it a habit to check this site every day because, quite
often one can see rippling effects of quakes.
When the whole chart goes black at once--which happened a few months ago--one can be quite certain that our planet has been hit by something.
But, naturally, USGS never says that. So, their data is late; it's quite incomplete. They've been accused of downgrading quakes, deleting quakes to
make the averages come out as they existed in the past, and so forth.
It is quite consistent with the MJ12 and Northwoods policies of the Pentagon, that USGS lies, NASA lies, NSA lies, FEMA lies, USDA lies, FDA lies and
I imagine there is very little information that any of them portray, that is actually true and accurate and timely.
But, then again, I've become very cynical tracking them all for six years or so.