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anna
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Post Number: 2845
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May 31, 2010 - Volcanoes in Guatemala and Ecuador Erupt
Following Guatemala's Pacaya volcano eruption, the first Pacific tropical storm of 2010, Agatha, hit the Pacific coastline of Guatemala and Mexico on Saturday, May 29, killing 100 people under landslides and rockfalls. 112,000 people in Guatemala have evacuated to shelters.

Tungurahua volcano near Cotalo, Ecuador, erupted on May 29, 2010, sending ash plumes
six miles (10 km) into the air. The volcanic ash has forced the evacuation of seven villages and shut
the airport and schools in Guayaquil, Ecuador's largest city. Several thousand people have
evacuated their homes 95 miles (150km) southeast of the capital Quito. Strong winds blew the ash over the country's most populous city, Guayaquil, and forced aviation officials to close the country's main airport. To the northeast in Guatemala, the Pacaya volcano 19 miles south of Guatemala City began spewing lava, rocks and debris on Thursday, May 27, killing at least two people, including a TV reporter, injuring more than 50 and forcing 1,700 people to evacuate the Pacaya region and closed down the Guatemala City international airport. President Alvaro Colom declared a state of emergency in Guatemala City and surrounding region as three inches of ash fell.

http://www.earthfiles.com/
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6.1 Costa Rico
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anna
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Post Number: 2890
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Posted on Tuesday, June 08, 2010 - 12:18 am:   Edit Post Delete Post View Post/Check IP Print Post

Eurasia highest volcano erupts in Russia's Far East-
Eurasia's highest volcano on the Kamchatka Peninsula in Russia's Far East has shown again signs of intensified activity throwing clouds of smoke and ash into the air to a height of 2.5 kilometers. The Klyuchevskoy, which lies 220 miles north of Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky, is one of the largest active volcanoes in the world and reaches an altitude of 15,584 feet. It erupts about every 2-3 years.

Local seismologists said on Monday there was no immediate threat to the residents or tourists in the area, but issued an ash emission warning for air traffic in the vicinity of the volcano. The Klyuchevskoy started a new active cycle with an eruption in August 2009.

There are more than 150 volcanoes on Kamchatka, 29 of them active. Another volcano in the area, the Bezymyanny, erupted on May 31, sending clouds of ash to the height of 10 kilometers for about 20 minutes.

Experts say that ash from volcanic eruptions pose a threat to aircraft engine turbines and could also cause problems as it settles on aircraft wings. The eruption on the Eyjafjallajokull Glacier in Iceland, which began April 14, paralyzed air traffic throughout central and northern Europe, leaving thousands of travelers stranded and forcing more than 20 European countries to close their airspace.

PETROPAVLOVSK-KAMCHATSKY, June 7 (RIA Novosti)
http://en.rian.ru/natural/20100607/159327856.html

Ecuador: Tungurahua volcano continues with three explosions per hour-

According to the Geophysical Institute of the National Polytechnic School “the eruptive activity of the Tungurahua volcano in Ecuador remains high, with an average of three explosions each hour.”

Also reported that “The explosions generate loud noises, like gunshots and roars that could be heard in the city of Ambato, about 30 km from the volcano and incandescent rocks are being ejected up to one kilometer above the crater, and then fell and roll down the slopes of the mountain, up to 1.5 kilometers below the summit.”

There were emissions of steam and ashes on the wind, which went like clouds to the west and southwest of the mountain. The Geophysical Institute has received reports of ‘the fall of ashes “fine white” in the town of Choglontús, in the southwest of the volcano. The Institute’s report noted “In the last 24 hours were 79 explosions, 17 long period quakes, related to the movement of fluids inside the volcano, and 9 ongoing tremor episodes during the steam and ash emissions.
http://momento24.com/en/2010/06/06/ecuador-tungurahua-volcano-continues-with-thr ee-explosions-per-hour/
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anna
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Post Number: 2901
Registered: 9-2002
Posted on Wednesday, June 09, 2010 - 12:48 am:   Edit Post Delete Post View Post/Check IP Print Post

Whitley Twittered alot of mini quakes in S. Cal right now....
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anna
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6,000 Taal villagers told to move out

Philippine Daily Inquirer
First Posted 21:38:00 06/09/2010

BATANGAS CITY, Philippines—At least 6,000 residents in four towns were asked by the Batangas Provincial Disaster Coordinating Council (PDCC) to voluntarily leave their homes as Taal Volcano continues to show signs of acting up.

But as of 2 p.m. Wednesday, no evacuation was being conducted for residents living near Taal Volcano. Batangas Vice Gov. Marc Leviste, acting governor and PDCC chair, said evacuations would start only upon approval of village chiefs and local government executives.

Earlier on Wednesday, provincial administrator Vic Reyes advised 6,000 residents in the towns of Talisay, San Nicolas, Agoncillo and Laurel, which surround the volcano island, to evacuate voluntarily. Reyes said the towns of Balete, Mataas na Kahoy, Cuenca, Sta. Teresita, Alitagtag, Tanauan, Lipa and Lemery should also be alerted.

Information drive- Jing Segusmundo, provincial information officer, sent two teams to the four towns for an information drive. Segusmundo said in Talisay town, many tourists were backing out from their trips to Taal Volcano upon learning that it was placed under alert level 2.

She also said in San Nicolas, residents reported seeing strange animal behavior that they related to the volcanic activity. Segusmundo said her teams were urging 6,000 settlers, fish-cage caretakers and tourists to voluntarily evacuate.

Should there be voluntary or forced evacuation, schools would be available as temporary shelters, said Danilo Cabello, of the Department of Education.

Evacuation costs- “The schools are always open,” said Cabello. He said evacuees should first occupy covered courts for efficient distribution of relief goods. Joy Montalbo, of the Department of Social Welfare and Development, said the province would need at least P4.5 million per week for 1,000 families who would evacuate—P2.7 million per week for food and P1.7 million per week for nonfood items.

The costs made Leviste and PDCC members to study whether they would place Batangas under a state of calamity or not. Vicente Tomazar, Calabarzon PDCC chief, said from 32 high frequency volcanic earthquakes, the Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology (Phivolcs) recorded only 16 in the last 24 hours, but a stronger quake was felt in Tagaytay City.

Taal’s alert level was raised to 2 on Tuesday because of the increase in eruption signs monitored by the Phivolcs starting in April.
The Phivolcs said reports showed that a fresh batch of magma had been rising to the volcano’s surface, which could eventually lead to an eruption.

It asked people to stay out of the permanent danger zone around the island-volcano.

Marrah Erika Lesaba, Inquirer Southern Luzon

http://newsinfo.inquirer.net/inquirerheadlines/regions/view/20100609-274790/6000 -Taal-villagers-told-to-move-out
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susi
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Post Number: 2191
Registered: 11-2009
Posted on Thursday, June 10, 2010 - 11:45 am:   Edit Post Delete Post View Post/Check IP Print Post

6.0 in the vanuatu islands
sure you can trust the government....just ask an indian.
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susi
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Post Number: 2211
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Posted on Saturday, June 12, 2010 - 5:17 pm:   Edit Post Delete Post View Post/Check IP Print Post

7.5 nicobar islands (india area)
sure you can trust the government....just ask an indian.
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anna
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Post Number: 2928
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Posted on Sunday, June 13, 2010 - 12:32 am:   Edit Post Delete Post View Post/Check IP Print Post

Major 7.5-quake strikes off India's Nicobar Islands
(AFP) – 8 hours ago

NEW DELHI — A 7.5-magnitude earthquake struck under the Indian Ocean on Sunday, triggering a tsunami watch for nearby islands and causing tremors reportedly felt along India's eastern seaboard.

The quake hit at 1:26 am local time (1926 GMT) at a depth of 35 kilometres (22 miles) with the epicentre around 160 kilometres west of India's Nicobar Islands.

The Pacific Tsunami Warning Center, based in Hawaii, initially issued a warning for the entire Indian Ocean region. This was downgraded to a warning for India only, when the magnitude of the quake was revised to 7.5 from 7.7, and later the centre cancelled the alert altogether.

"Sea level readings indicate that a significant tsunami was not generated," the centre said in a bulletin.

India's ocean information centre issued a "tsunami watch" for 10-15 islands, but said it was expecting only a mild surge in sea levels of about 50 centimetres (20 inches).

"This is nothing alarming, but just a watch," Sriniwas Kumar, a spokesman from the state-run Indian National Centre for Ocean Information Services told AFP by telephone from the agency's headquarters in Hyderabad.

The tremors were felt more than 1,000 kilometres from the epicentre on mainland India, where many were shaken awake in the dead of night, causing some to flee their homes in panic, the Press Trust of India reported.

Moderate tremors were felt in the southeastern coastal city of Chennai, but there were no reports of casualties or damage to property, according to police.

The US Geological Survey initially gave the magnitude of the quake as 7.7 before revising it down to 7.5.

Indian Ocean islands were badly hit by the 2004 Asian tsunami which was triggered by an earthquake off the Indonesian island of Sumatra and sent giant waves crashing across the region.

The 2004 tsunami killed more than 220,000 people, most of them in the northern Indonesian province of Aceh. Thousands of people were also killed in Sri Lanka, Myanmar, Thailand and India.

Sunday's quake hit around 440 kilometres south of Port Blair, the largest town on the Andaman Islands, and around 1100 kilometres southwest of the Thai capital Bangkok.

The Andaman and Nicobar Islands are some of India's most easterly territories and more than 350,000 people live on the 572 islands flanked by the Andaman Sea and the Bay of Bengal.

The Andaman Sea area witnesses frequent earthquakes caused by the meeting of the Indian tectonic plate with the Burmese microplate along an area known as the Andaman trench.

http://www.google.com/hostednews/afp/article/ALeqM5gIAokUzzRrZDi7xM-zbeaypf6_ew
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anna
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Post Number: 2953
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Posted on Tuesday, June 15, 2010 - 2:41 am:   Edit Post Delete Post View Post/Check IP Print Post

A long time ago someone (Krystal Gale Potter?) said if you see quake activity in a V (inverted too) that could be really bad. I'm seeing that right now in the IRIS monitor-
http://www.iris.edu/dms/seismon.htm

Baja, down to Coast Rica, down to Chile, across to S. Africa, up to Indonesia, India, up to Taiwan, up to Japan. Anyone else's alarm going off??? :-(
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anna
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Earthquake measured at 5.7 shakes Southern Calif. By ELLIOT SPAGAT (AP) – 58 minutes ago

SAN DIEGO — The California-Mexico border region was rocked by a magnitude-5.7 quake Monday, rattling nerves from San Diego north to Orange County and Los Angeles.

The U.S. Geological Survey said the quake was centered five miles southeast of Ocotillo in Imperial County — about 85 miles east of San Diego. It struck Monday at 9:26 p.m. PDT.

San Diego County Office of Emergency Services made a round of calls to all cities in the county and found no reports of significant damage. Louis Fuentes, chairman of the Imperial County board of supervisors, said he had no immediate reports of damage.

"As soon as it hit, my wife said, 'Grab the baby.' My daughter ran out to the back yard," said Fuentes, who was in his garage in Calexico, about 30 miles east of the epicenter. "It thumped really hard."

The quake was an aftershock of the deadly Easter Sunday magnitude-7.2 quake that shook Baja California and Southern California, said Egill Hauksson, a seismologist at the California Institute of Technology in Pasadena. He said the epicenter of Monday's quake occurred in the same zone of the quake in April.

"Aftershocks can go on for months and years," he said.

Thousands of aftershocks have occurred since the Easter earthquake. At least 45 aftershocks were recorded immediately following Monday's 5.7 quake, with the largest measuring at magnitude-4.5.

A 5.7-magnitude earthquake "could break windows, it could throw things on the floor, it could create cracks on the wall, but we don't expect things to collapse," Hauksson said.

Fuentes said his chandeliers swayed at his home and metal objects banged but nothing fell off the shelves. Imperial County suffered significant damage in April's Easter Sunday quake.

"All the lamps, the liquor bottles and the TV hanging from the ceiling shook, but nothing dropped," said Marina Garcia, an employee at the Burgers and Beer restaurant in El Centro, about 30 miles east of Ocotillo.

The quake was felt as a gentle rolling motion in the Los Angeles area.

San Diego's Petco Park swayed during the quake, causing a momentary pause at the Toronto Blue Jays-San Diego Padres game. The public address announcer asked that everyone remain calm. The crowd cheered.

David Eckstein of the Padres had just grounded out in the bottom of the inning when the stadium began shaking. The next batter, Chase Headley, stayed out of the batter's box for a few seconds, then stepped in.

San Diego County Sheriff's dispatch supervisor Becky Strahm said some of her colleagues reported things falling off their shelves, but there were no immediate reports of significant damage or injury.

The quake followed a series of temblors that struck Southern California over the weekend, including a pair of moderate earthquakes that rattled a desert area east of San Diego. Residents in downtown San Diego felt the ground rumbling during at least one of the Saturday quakes.

Associated Press Sports Writer Bernie Wilson in San Diego and Associated Press writers Daisy Nguyen and Denise Petski in Los Angeles contributed to this report.

Copyright © 2010 The Associated Press. All rights reserved.

http://www.google.com/hostednews/ap/article/ALeqM5jIj0DgQldTJpGQqHgfENO4oipOKAD9 GBH8E00
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animalspirits
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Post Number: 7941
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Posted on Tuesday, June 15, 2010 - 6:54 am:   Edit Post Delete Post View Post/Check IP Print Post

anna wrote:


quote:

Anyone else's alarm going off???




Yes, mine. The Earth's crust is twitching and that causes Earthquakes...and there will be more of them...also volcanic eruptions.

I believe that those that are really in tune with the Earth are feeling this...and that is why some people are reporting that they feel something big is going to happen...they just don't associate it with Her crust.


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susi
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i posted in the dream thread a couple of nights ago that my bed shook and i jumped up and told my roomate we were having an earthquake.

but i think that was just a dream.
sure you can trust the government....just ask an indian.
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bean
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Post Number: 1228
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Posted on Tuesday, June 15, 2010 - 8:40 am:   Edit Post Delete Post View Post/Check IP Print Post

I continue to have episodes of light wavy feelings. Yesterday at approx. noon..best guess, I was with a client and unable to stop. But I have felt nothing as strongly as before.

Susi,
I call that shaking...re entry!
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animalspirits
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Posted on Tuesday, June 15, 2010 - 8:42 am:   Edit Post Delete Post View Post/Check IP Print Post

susi,

You are so sensitive to the Earth, that it does not surprise me that you felt that...it is subtle now, but accelerating.


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animalspirits
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Posted on Tuesday, June 15, 2010 - 8:43 am:   Edit Post Delete Post View Post/Check IP Print Post

bean,

All I can say is:

If you are feeling that. Heads up everyone! Something is gonna happen.


Understand that all things are sacred--yet nothing is sacred.

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susi
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Posted on Tuesday, June 15, 2010 - 10:52 am:   Edit Post Delete Post View Post/Check IP Print Post

bean and i don't live far apart. on the same wave length?
sure you can trust the government....just ask an indian.
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chewy01
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Posted on Tuesday, June 15, 2010 - 11:50 am:   Edit Post Delete Post View Post/Check IP Print Post

bean

Can you describe your "light wavy feelings"? All morning yesterday I had episodes of a strange sensation. At first I thought I was becoming light headed, but it was more like my equilibrium being off. More like a floating sensation. Kind of like when you are on an elevator, and then when you get off you still feel that "floating" sensation (or maybe that is just me ) It came and went all morning, and then around noon it stopped.

I haven't been watching the news the past few days. It has been raining so much here, and I find myself having to keep my toddler occupied. So, I didn't even know about the quake until this morning.
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susi
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Posted on Tuesday, June 15, 2010 - 12:39 pm:   Edit Post Delete Post View Post/Check IP Print Post

5.7 baja

making me nervous...baja has been a very active area lately
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One in San Diego County at 9:26 PM last night. I felt it here in L.A. Barely noticeable but it last quite a few moments. Jumped on the Earthquake site and realized my sister, who is terrified of quakes, felt it pretty good. She did.

A good reason why I always have water in my car. You just never know!
...“Fear is the Thief of Dreams”...
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anna
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Yes, good idea. Have you all listened to Sereda this week in Dreamland? He correlates the sunspot/CME activity with quakes, volcanic activity, etc. Really good!
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bean
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Chewy....yes...very similar to what you are discribing...when it concerns the mild ones.

I've had 3 major whoppers that were much more intence. The quake off the West coast was really strange....and with in hours of the quake. I must be more sensative to activity in certain areas..or so it seems to me...looking at past posts and where the shocks happened.

like I said...consistant wavy's...but not like the three big ones...I'm going to carry a note book with me from now on...Trying to keep it all in my head isn't workin.....
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bean
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If I'm putting this together right...the recient baja quake is probably what I was feeling....5.7. A little more than 24 hrs. in advance. Wasn't nearly as intence as the first time..but did get my attention enought to remember to post about it.

Also, Southern Cal last night.....



Susi, you may have tapped into that one too.
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susi
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i had to go back to the dream thread to see when i had the dream-the night of the 11th.
when was the quake?
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bean
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I was referring to the 5.7 California -Mexico border..Baja?

Susi, you posted at 12:39pm 6-15 post #2229 Baja. don't know if yours is the same as MM.

MM posted 6-15 referring to a quake 6-14 @ 9.26pm....I'm trying to get a grasp on degree of intensity and time until occurance... The 6-14 date would be more like 8 hrs ahead..not 24.

Either way, my episode was areound noon on the 14th.... enough to warrent attention...but not like the three slams
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anna
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If you guys are that sensitive, please keep posting this, and documenting it...
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anna
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Posted on Tuesday, June 15, 2010 - 11:20 pm:   Edit Post Delete Post View Post/Check IP Print Post

A few more adding to the V-
4.7 TAJIKISTAN
4.1 Sweden
5.1 SCOTIA SEA, near Antarctica

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anna
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Posted on Tuesday, June 15, 2010 - 11:23 pm:   Edit Post Delete Post View Post/Check IP Print Post

It's getting creepy to look at the IRIS page
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anna
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Updated 8 AM Pacific: June 16, 2010 - 6 Quakes in Papua, Indonesia. At least 2 dead; widespread damage on Yapen Island. “We have received reports that 200 houses on the coast line
were damaged and 227 others were in town.” Wachyono, Papua Police Spokesman

At 12:06 PM local time on June 16, 2010, about a hundred miles north of Enarotali, Indonesia first a 6.4 quake struck; then a 7.0 magnitude quake hit 10 minutes later, followed in the next 40 minutes by 5.1 and 6.2 quakes. Weaker quakes of magnitude 4.9 and 4.8 hit the area after 3 p.m.
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Good gracious! Indonesia has been having a rough time of it lately.

Let's hope the natives followed the animals to higher ground. I believe that most of them should have learned that one from the Tsunami when the native animals headed for the hills and were saved from the Tsunami.

The Elders of those remote tribes already know to do this. As to whether their White counterparts got the message is another matter.


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anna
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5.0 10.0 OFF COAST OF SOUTHEASTERN ALASKA
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Posted on Thursday, June 17, 2010 - 8:06 am:   Edit Post Delete Post View Post/Check IP Print Post

anna,

Did you really mean a 10.0 earthquake off of Alaska?

I can't find anything about that one.
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anna
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Sorry, the way I copied it, it was a 5... 10 miles off the coast..
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anna,

That's ok. LOL. I couldn't figure out why it wasn't on all the news broadcasts as the top story.


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anna
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Tremors near Taal Volcano Increased
June 16, 2010, 5:51pm
The number of tremors near Taal Volcano has increased to 16 from seven high frequency volcanic earthquakes in the past 24 hours, maintaining the alert level status of the active volcano to Alert Level 2, the Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology (Phivolcs) said on Wednesday.

Phivolcs Director Dr. Renato Solidum Jr. said the seismic activity around Taal Volcano increased in the last 24 hours showing that volcanic activity mainly due to magma intrusion continues to occur underneath the volcano.

Solidum said less than five volcanic earthquakes on the average are recorded during a normal volcanic activity.

While lesser tremors were recorded around the volcano as compared to the 32 high frequency volcanic earthquakes last June 8, Alert Level 2 is still hoisted on Taal Volcano.

Phivolcs raised Alert Level 2 on the volcano last June 8 after detecting increased volcanic activity, which could eventually lead to an eruption. (Ellallyn De Ve)


http://www.mb.com.ph/articles/262327/tremors-near-taal-volcano-increased
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2nd Pacific Tropical Depression Forms off Mexico
– 1 hour ago

MIAMI — A tropical depression has formed off Mexico's southwestern coast as another one closer to shore dissipated. The National Hurricane Center in Miami says the latest depression formed Thursday in the Pacific about 265 miles (425 kilometers) south-southwest of Manzanillo and is moving northeast around 2 mph (4 kph).

It has maximum sustained winds near 30 mph (45 kph). Forecasters say some increase in strength is expected over the next 48 hours and is expected to become a tropical storm later in the day. The remnants of an earlier depression are located about 35 miles (55 kilometers) south of Punto Maldonado in Mexico.

http://www.google.com/hostednews/ap/article/ALeqM5gVWjsPEiqe1tEu2mhBIRaxxGi8owD9 GD41D01
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I just felt the house sway about a 1/2 hour ago (easter Wisconsin along the lake).

http://earthquake.usgs.gov/earthquakes/recenteqsus/

I thought it was a fluke until a friend reported feeling it in Michigan.
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Yes-we felt the earthquake here in upstate NY.I heard a loud boom-like a sonic boom-thought something big had blown up-then the house started shaking. 5.5 earthquake outside of ottawa.
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Hang on guys!
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my geography knowledge is awful-was the earthquake anywhere near north of the mississippi?

i remember cayce and other's predictions of earthquakes causing the mississippi to reverse flow and cause major flooding.
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no-it was in eastern Canada-heheh-i thought itwas a ghost shaking my chair then I realized it must be a quake-left me dizzy and disoriented-how do folks in the west put up with it?
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Kathy it was a 5.0 quake
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It was in Ontario, Quebec.
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many sources are reporting it was 5.5

lol-i originally had an 'a' before 5.5 but the board recognized it as azz! haha
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Kathy, maybe yours was shallower?
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Yes it was I thought some joker was
shaking my cubical .. Downtown Toronto
had some minor damage..a few tall office
buildings swayed and windows blew out..
and many of the G8-20 world leaders
were sneaking into town LOL!!
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Can you believe it
LOL
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I felt it since I'm in Ottawa, Canada only 30 miles away from where it occured. We have the occasional quake but that was the stongest I can remember. Can't say anymore nothing happens around here!
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There were reports that northeast Ohio felt it.

But I didn't feel anything in central Ohio.
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It even made the nbc national news!
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I didn't feel it either....
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25-JUN-2010 06:37:52 32.60 -115.80 4.2 CALIF.-BAJA CALIF. BORDER REGION
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6.7 solomon islands
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5.8 JAWA, INDONESIA, 5.1 RYUKYU ISLANDS
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5.1 NORTHERN PERU
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5.6 northern chile
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It's lighting up like a christmas tree :-(
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6.2 oaxaca, mexico
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Several, in a row, from Afghan. to China....
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Kamchatka volcano spews out ash

One of 29 active volcanoes on Kamchatka, the Karymsky Volcano, has spewed out a 7-kilometer column of ash. Reports by RIA Novosti say about 70 earthquakes have been registered in the neighboring area.According to a spokesman for the Kamchatka branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences’ Geophysical Service, the Karymsky eruption has been on at variable rate since 1996.

Lava that gushed out from the top crater and from the bottom of the lake in the early stages of the eruption killed all living organisms in the lake.The volcano poses no danger to populated areas if located 100 kilometers or more from the site.

http://english.ruvr.ru/2010/06/30/11109446.html
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4.5 MONA PASSAGE, Caribbean
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6.4 vanuatu islands
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4.5 Columbia, S.A.
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OOps, Colombia...
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anna
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Geez, IRIS is really lighting up!!!

5.6 N. Peru, 4.3 Guatamala, 5.1 Japan, 5.1 Mariana Islands
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There are literally thousands of earthquakes yearly. Humans only feel a small portion of them though.
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anna
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Yes, but I also look for patterns, certain areas...
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anna,

Me too...always looking for patterns and cycles.


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5.6 N. Peru, 4.3 Guatamala, 5.1 Japan, 5.1 Mariana Islands

I must be missing your point here - what is the big deal about small quakes like these?

The Earth has dozens, if not hundreds, of earthquakes per day of that size.

They don't even make the news here. Just peeked at the geonet site, and I see NZ has had a number of 4's, a 5 and a 6 in the past couple of weeks. I doubt anyone even noticed them.

http://www.geonet.org.nz/earthquake/quakes/recent_quakes.html
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Make that three 5's in the last couple of weeks - I missed a couple.
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susi
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just woke up-wanted to post this before i forget....saw a calendar and under the 8th, it said 'earthq2uake'.
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Yep, there will definitely be earthquakes on the 8th Susi - there are around 1.5 million earthquakes per year, or around 4100 quakes per day.

Annually, its something like this:

8 and higher = 1
7 - 7.9 = 15
6 - 6.9 = 134
5 - 5.9 = 1319
4 - 4.9 = 13,000
(estimated)
3 - 3.9 = 130,000
(estimated)
2 - 2.9 = 1,300,000
(estimated)
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susi, you saw a calendar in a dream?
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yes. it just focused on the square with an '8' in the corner...i couldn't see what month.
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testing to see if this thread is closed...
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Magnitude-5.4 quake strikes Southern California


http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/us_california_earthquake
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