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An aftershock 2 days later? Really...?
reply to post by violet
he snow causing earthquakes is new to me and the link you posted says So yes, a big snowstorm can raise the expected rate of earthquakes, but only ever so slightly
This is the seismograph off South Carolina on the 8th of October. Notice how it's nice and long and drawn out? That's a standard earthquake signature. You have P waves and S waves, which are seen in every earthquake.
This shows the difference between a nuclear explosion, and an earthquake. Notice how the nuclear explosion is a short sharp hit, compared to a long drawn out blast. Here is a comparison between an Indian nuclear test, and an earthquake. They look nothing alike, and can't be confused .
Here's Bird SC heliogram
Here is how it looks in GEE on station TA.Y55A.BHZ:
Here is a link to the station in Pauline, SC.