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Earthquakes and Tectonics: First Direct Observation of Subducting Continental Crust During the Collision of Two Continents
Aug. 27, 2013 — Earthquake damage to buildings is mainly due to the existing shear waves which transfer their energy during an earthquake to the houses. These shear waves are significantly influenced by the underground and the topography of the surrounding area. Detailed knowledge of the landform and the near-surface underground structure is, therefore, an important prerequisite for a local seismic hazard assessment and for the evaluation of the ground-effect, which can strongly modify and increase local ground motion.

As described in the latest issue of Geophysical Journal International, a team of scientists from the GFZ German Research Center for Geosciences could show that it is possible to map complex shear wave velocity structures almost in real time by means of a newly developed tomgraphic approach.
The method is based on ambient seismic noise recordings and analyses. "We use small, hardly noticeable amplitude ground motions as well as anthropogenic ground vibrations," Marco Pilz, a scientist at GFZ, explains. "With the help of these small signals we can obtain detailed images of the shallow seismic velocity structure." In particular, images and velocity changes in the underground due to earthquakes and landslides can be obtained in almost real time.

This method has already been successfully applied: Many regions of Central Asia are threatened by landslides. Since the shear wave velocity usually drops significantly before a landslide slip this technique offers the chance to monitor changes in landslide prone areas almost in real time.
Central Asia is extensively seismically endangered; the accompanying processes and risks are investigated by the Central-Asian Institute of Applied Geosciences (CAIAG) in Bishkek, a joint institution established by the GFZ and the Kyrgyz government.

Why do these earthquakes occur?

The Pamir and Tien Shan are the result of the crash of two continental plates: the collision of India and Eurasia causes the high mountain ranges. This process is still ongoing today and causes breaking of the Earths crust, of which earthquakes are the consequence.
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NEW: A measles-like virus is among main culprits in deaths of hundreds of dolphins along East Coast, per NOAA officials - @CBSEveningNews

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Supervolcanic ash can turn to lava miles from eruption, scientists find

Aug. 27, 2013 — Supervolcanoes, such as the one sitting dormant under Yellowstone National Park, are capable of producing eruptions thousands of times more powerful than normal volcanic eruptions. While they only happen every several thousand years, these eruptions have the potential to kill millions of people and animals due to the massive amount of heat and ash they release into the atmosphere. Now, researchers at the University of Missouri have shown that the ash produced by supervolcanoes can be so hot that it has the ability to turn back into lava once it hits the ground tens of miles away from the original eruption.
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Following a volcanic eruption, lava typically flows directly from the site of the eruption until it cools enough that it hardens in place. However, researchers found evidence of an ancient lava flow tens of miles away from a supervolcano eruption near Yellowstone that occurred around 8 million years ago. Previously, Graham Andrews, an assistant professor at California State University Bakersfield, found that this lava flow was made of ash ejected during the eruption. Following Andrew's discovery, Alan Whittington, an associate professor in the University of Missouri department of geological sciences in the College of Arts and Science, along with lead author Genevieve Robert and Jiyang Ye, both doctoral students in the geological sciences department, determined how this was possible.
"During a supervolcano eruption, pyroclastic flows, which are giant clouds of very hot ash and rock, travel away from the volcano at typically a hundred miles an hour," Robert said. "We determined the ash must have been exceptionally hot so that it could actually turn into lava and flow before it eventually cooled."
Because the ash should have cooled too much in the air to turn into lava right as it landed, the researchers believe the phenomenon was made possible by a process known as "viscous heating." Viscosity is the degree to which a liquid resists flow. The higher the viscosity, the less the substance can flow. For example, water has a very low viscosity, so it flows very easily, while molasses has a higher viscosity and flows much slower. Whittington likens the process of viscous heating to stirring a pot of molasses.
"It is very hard to stir a pot of molasses and you have to use a lot of energy and strength to move your spoon around the pot," Whittington said. "However, once you get the pot stirring, the energy you are using to move the spoon is transferred into the molasses, which actually heats up a little bit. This is viscous heating. So when you think about how fast the hot ash is traveling after a massive supervolcano eruption, once it hits the ground that energy is turned into heat, much like the energy from the spoon heating up the molasses. This extra heat created by viscous heating is enough to cause the ash to weld together and actually begin flowing as lava."
The volcanic ash from this eruption has to be at least 1,500 degrees Fahrenheit to turn into lava; however, since the ash should have lost some of that heat in the air, the researchers believe viscous heating accounted for 200 to 400 degrees Fahrenheit of additional heating to turn the ash into lava.
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Aurora watch in effect for the next 48 hours due to the onset of a high speed solar wind stream flowing from a geoeffective coronal hole.
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Nuclear experts concerned about water flow “reversing” due to Fukushima underground ice plan — Even more highly radioactive liquid inside reactor buildings to enter aquifer?
Aug. 26, 2013: In its response to questions, the prime minister’s office said METI will pump more “liquid glass” or sodium silicate into the ground as one measure to block radioactive groundwater from spreading and reaching the sea. [...] Tepco has admitted that radioactive groundwater is flowing into the Pacific. The government estimates the flow at 300 tons a day.

Wall St. Journal, Aug. 26, 2013: “Because it has to be dealt with as soon as possible, we decided that the government will step in and help build underground ice shields to block the groundwater from flowing into the reactor buildings,” Mr. Motegi said.

The World Nuclear Industry Status Report 2013: The Government has recently come up with a radically new engineering plan to cope with the groundwater problems. The idea of freezing the groundwater, or “artificial tundra”, was proposed by the construction giant Kajima Co., and was adopted by a Government committee of experts that reviewed the water management at Fukushima Daiichi. [...] It would have to run for more than 10 years while the reactors need coolant circulation. There is also a risk of reversing the water flow, making the highly radioactive water seep out from the reactor buildings to the aquifer. TEPCO is now considering the proposal, but does not seem as enthusiastic about the idea as the Government does.

From Yesterday: Nuclear Engineer: Estimated 276 quadrillion Bq of Cs-137 entered Fukushima basements -- Triple Chernobyl total release -- A portion "has already made its way to aquifer, whence it can easily flow into sea"

See also: Japan Times: Extreme contamination in Fukushima reactor buildings 'most likely' mixing into aquifer, reveals Tepco -- Bloomberg: Could this flow downstream to Tokyo and present a big risk? (VIDEO)
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« Breaking: Vermont Yankee closing permanently — Embattled nuclear plant will be decommissioned in 2014 when current fuel cycle ends — Had license to operate until 2032
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Wow! There are no words verysad

EC prayers for you my friend hf

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50 feet wide and growing: Sinkhole shuts down intersection in Springfield, Missouri

A sudden sinkhole swallowed part of a Springfield road. City Utilities crews discovered the sinkhole Monday and they say it's the biggest they've seen in Springfield.

The crews found the sinkhole as they were installing water mains near Walnut Lawn and Cox to boost water pressure to customers. During a test of the main, the massive sinkhole opened up, closing part of Walnut Lawn.

At one point, crews estimate the sinkhole is 50 feet wide and at least 25 feet deep. Because of its size, CU says it will take several days to stabilize it and fill it.
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An expected solar wind stream flowing from a geoeffective coronal hole is now beginning to brush past Earth. The ACE Spacecraft is detecting a gradual rise in solar wind speed along with Bz/IMF component fluctuations (pointed -10nT south at times). Minor geomagnetic activity will be possible at very high latitudes.

A reminder that you can track coronal holes and the expected geoeffective dates daily using the SolarHam Coronal Hole Map at the following link.
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Another sinkhole opens up INSIDE a Florida home!


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A family spent Sunday night with a neighbor after a possible sinkhole opened up in the middle of their Orange County home.

It happened on Harbor Lake Drive.

The 1,200-square-foot home was built in 2001 and is currently a rental property, according to the Orange County Appraiser's Office.

The renters said they heard what sounded like firecrackers inside the home around 7 p.m. As it turns out, it was the sound of tiles popping.

Neighbors said the renters were told the home is no longer safe.

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Now even Janet's talking about it and she's getting out scared
The outgoing Homeland Security Secretary has a warning for her successor: A massive and “serious” cyber attack on the U.S. homeland is coming, and a natural disaster — the likes of which the nation has never seen — is also likely on its way.
So prepare, and bring “a large bottle of Advil,” Janet Napolitano told her yet-to-be-named replacement in a farewell address Tuesday morning.
“Many things still need tending, and my successor will most certainly have a full plate on his or her hands,” said Napolitano, who leaves her post next week after more than four years at the helm of the Department of Homeland Security.
At the end of her address Tuesday, Napolitano offered an “Open Letter to My Successor.”
Among her pieces of advice: “You will need to forge strong relationships with all of our partners, including Congress, to make sure DHS has the resources it needs to meet our responsibilities to the American people.
You also will have to prepare for the increasing likelihood of more weather-related events of a more severe nature as a result of climate change, and continue to build the capacity to respond to potential disasters in far-flung regions of the country occurring at the same time.
“You will need a large bottle of Advil,” Napolitano joked.
Still, she said, running DHS is “one of the most rewarding jobs there is.”
“What you do here matters to the lives of people all across our great nation, and your decisions affect them in direct, tangible ways,” she said. “You make sure their families are safe from terrorist threats, that their local first responders have equipment and training and funding, and that when disaster strikes, people who have lost everything are given food, shelter and hope.”

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ce site francais montre beaucoup que vous ne voyez pas ailleurs...
un traducteur pour une vision differente..
sur ce site j.y ai vu des photos .....comme tu ne sais meme pas que ceci est possible.
il a beaucoup plus que ce que vous croyez en armement et je vais marcher .crier dans la rue avant de permettre que mon fils aille a la guerre.
je me souviens encore des photos irak...Afghanistan....
ces photos ....c.est un....hum!amitie s.p.
ces photos sont en fait tres ....hors de notre mode de pensees...
suivez ce site il vous montrera des faits que vous ne saurez pas d.ailleurs ....
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wow ..j.en oubliais mon pain dans le four..
de la joie et de la tristesse autant profonde ; une que l.autre...just one moment...un envol d.un oiseau!
je fais mon pain et d.autres ont subie des choses qui ne leur appartiennent pas,comme mon pain qui cuit ..
d.autres pains se cuisant pour l.amour d.une famille'''
triste et tres triste ceci...
et je ne vais pas concede a l.idee de la querre ,3ww=no!
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ce site francais montre beaucoup que vous ne voyez pas ailleurs...
un traducteur pour une vision differente..
sur ce site j.y ai vu des photos .....comme tu ne sais meme pas que ceci est possible.
il a beaucoup plus que ce que vous croyez en armement et je vais marcher .crier dans la rue avant de permettre que mon fils aille a la guerre.
je me souviens encore des photos irak...Afghanistan....
ces photos ....c.est un....hum!amitie s.p.
ces photos sont en fait tres ....hors de notre mode de pensees...
suivez ce site il vous montrera des faits que vous ne saurez pas d.ailleurs ....
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This site shows many french you do not see elsewhere ...
a translator for a different vision ..
on this site I have seen pictures ..... like you do not even know that this is possible.
it has a lot more than you believe in arms and I'll walk. shouting in the street before allowing my son to go to war.
I still remember pictures iraq ... Afghanistan ....
these pictures .... um .... it is a friendship sp
these pictures are actually very .... out of our way of thoughts ...
Follow this site it will show you the facts you will not know of elsewhere ....
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wow ..j.en oubliais mon pain dans le four..
de la joie et de la tristesse autant profonde ; une que l.autre...just one moment...un envol d.un oiseau!
je fais mon pain et d.autres ont subie des choses qui ne leur appartiennent pas,comme mon pain qui cuit ..
d.autres pains se cuisant pour l.amour d.une famille'''
triste et tres triste ceci...
et je ne vais pas concede a l.idee de la querre ,3ww=no!
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wow .. I forgot my bread in the oven ..
of joy and much sadness, than the other one ... just one time ... a flight of a bird!
I make my bread and have suffered many Other things that do not belong to them, as my bread recipe ..
Many Other breads are baking for the love of a family'' '
sad, very sad this ...
and I'm not going to concede that the idea of the era, WW3 = no!
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just a moment for the thing-kings a other (maniere) one new paragdime..one health of think and other creative positf...confiance at my ..and my family and ..yes..others'''yours!frindley it.s existentialy in the amory!
je te tends la main...
take my hand and see ce qui va venir vers nous car je tiens ta main et elle depasse l.univers !
s.p.
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found this link on another thread.. don't know if its been posted here before, but I have not seen it before.

the largest recorded earthquakes in US history took place in the middle of the last hibernation, the New Madrid quakes of 1811-1812.

[link to www.spaceandscience.net]
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A.K. for my....
you are a gift...
and one must ...
for humanity....
AMITIeS ,Suzie!
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ATTENTION ALL GRAND BAYOU / BAYOU CORNE RESIDENTS, CONCERNED AREA RESIDENTS AND OUR SUPPORTERS

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[link to www.artisanbreadinfive.com]
a method ,simple for the bread.
it.s a time for practice...
and the other (corde a un violon)for autonomy!
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one a moment ..it is a very op the stress....
if ...your correct at your home...and for stabilysed your family..
make a bread..
beauvoir
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just a moment for the thing-kings a other (maniere) one new paragdime..one health of think and other creative positf...confiance at my ..and my family and ..yes..others'''yours!frindley it.s existentialy in the amory!
je te tends la main...
take my hand and see ce qui va venir vers nous car je tiens ta main et elle depasse l.univers !
s.p.
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just a moment for the thing-kings had other (way) one new one .. paragdime health of other creative and think positive ... at my confidence and my family .. and .. yes .. others'' 'yours! frindley It.s existentially in the Amory!
I hold your hand ...
take my hand and see what's coming to us because I hold your hand and it exceeds the universe!
s p
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[link to www.artisanbreadinfive.com]
a method ,simple for the bread.
it.s a time for practice...
and the other violin string for autonomy!
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Suzie, Thank You for the link that bread looks yummy and easy I'm going to try this hugs

Suzie, merci pour le lien que le pain est délicieux et facile à faire, je vais essayer cette
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one a moment ..it is a very op the stress....
if ...your correct at your home...and for stabilysed your family..
make a bread..
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good advice my friend, good medicine for the soul.

un bon conseil mon ami, un bon remède pour l'âme. hugs
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ATTENTION ALL GRAND BAYOU / BAYOU CORNE RESIDENTS, CONCERNED AREA RESIDENTS AND OUR SUPPORTERS

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That's awesome! About time will try to see if EC knows about this. thanks ttgtt! hugs
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Space and Science Research Corporation
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Why Should We Be Concerned about the Next Cold Climate Era?

This new era called a 'solar hibernation' or 'grand minimum' is caused by a repeating 206 year cycle of the Sun. These hibernations are accompanied by historic reductions in the energy output of the Sun. SSRC research shows the next solar hibernation will bring a long period of cold just as it has done before every time this cycle 'turns over' from its global warming phase to its global cooling phase. In addition, SSRC research backed by that of other researchers has shown a high degree of correlation between solar hibernations and the world's largest earthquakes and volcanic eruptions.

Mr. Casey, President of the SSRC was the first authority to notify the White House and other government agencies of this coming solar hibernation in early 2007. Numerous other scientists discovered the same cycles of the Sun. Their findings have been ignored or buried in science journals and thus essentially unknown to the public.During the first six months of 2011, NASA, The US Air Force, and the National Solar Observatory all confirmed the coming solar grand minimum. The next solar hibernation and according to the SSRC and many other scientists, the next climate change to decades of record cold has begun.

This cold era is expected to last for approximately 22 to 33 years with the coldest temperatures to be seen during the 2020's and 2030's either side of the bottom year of the cycle in 2031, and have temperatures on the order of that observed during the Dalton Minimum (1793-1830). We have already seen the early signs of the new climate with record cold winters globally for some of the past four years. During the winter of 2011-2012, while the central and eastern USA experienced a relatively warm winter, Europe and Asia had a difficult winter. We have entered a period of record temperature setting both hot and cold. This trend of highly variable extremes of both hot and cold within a general trend of globally declining temperatures is fully characteristic of the transition between climate changes.

That does not mean we can wait to prepare. Now that the hibernation has begun, it is possible for these unusual variations in temperatures to strike with little warning. We should not be surprised to see occasional severe crop damage and recurring food shortages in many nations at any time. Comparisons to the Dalton Minimum show that there is a high probability of social, economic and political turmoil worldwide as a result of massive crop losses from the coming cold weather. The SSRC believes this damage to the world's agricultural systems will be sufficient to create conditions that could lead to the world's worst subsistence crisis in recorded history. This same food crisis occurred during the last hibernation, though with significantly fewer people to feed. Historian John D. Post called that time"...the last great subsistence crisis."

Additionally, SSRC research and that of other respected researchers shows that geophysical upheavals like the largest earthquakes and volcanic eruptions are likely to occur during these solar events. As before with the Mt. Tambora eruption in 1815 that took place during the last solar hibernation, large volcanic eruptions may greatly add to the cooling of the Earth on top of that created by the reduction in the Sun's output. Further, the largest recorded earthquakes in US history took place in the middle of the last hibernation, the New Madrid quakes of 1811-1812. The SSRC Research Report 1-2010, (See The RC Theory page) similar to that of other researchers, established a strong link between solar hibernations and these largest geophysical disturbances. Given the likelihood of major quakes and volcanic eruptions here in the US, the SSRC immediately notified US authorities and major news outlets after release of the report.

The SSRC predicts the first possible time frame for an instance of large scale crop damage is during the record drop in global temperatures predicted by the SSRC to take place between June 2010 and November-December 2012. (See press release 2-2010). Earthquakes and volcanic eruptions of historical scale can happen at any time now that the next solar hibernation has begun.

This is the nature of the threats that the SSRC sees during the new climate era that has just begun. The obvious message here is that we need to prepare as best we can. The SSRC will do all it can to spread the word about this new climate period and its ill-effects. We will continue to pursue the SSRC Mission of urging the government and our fellow citizens to prepare for this new climate era.
[link to www.spaceandscience.net]

RC Theory
The 'Theory of Relational Cycles of Solar Activity' or 'Relational Cycle Theory' or simply the ‘RC Theory’ was developed during the spring of 2007. It was the culmination of independent research by John L. Casey, President of the Space and Science Research Corporation. Following his independent research, he performed an extensive review of other published scientific literature to corroborate his findings and evaluate the accuracy of his work. As a result, it was found that most if not all of the elements of the Theory were also established by other researchers, providing significant validation for the Theory and its importance as a tool for prediction of future climate changes.

*** The Theory of Relational Cycles of Solar Activity ****
(The RC Theory)

(1) There exists a family of solar activity cycles that has a profound and direct influence on the Earth’s climate.
(2) These cycles are called ‘relational cycles’ since their effects can be experienced or ‘related’ to during one or two human lifetimes.
(3) There is a “Centennial Cycle” of 90-100 years duration, which manifests itself with solar activity minimums and associated low temperatures with episodes lasting a few years to 1-2 decades.
(4) There is a “Bi-Centennial Cycle” of about 206 years that is the most powerful of the relational cycles and has significant effects on the climate of the Earth lasting
many decades resulting in the most extreme variations in solar activity and temperatures.
(5) These cycles are correlated strongly to all past major temperature lows.
(6) There is remarkable regularity and hence the redictability of these oscillations, such that the theory may be a powerful tool in forecasting of major temperature and climatic cycles on Earth, many decades in advance.
(7) There may be other relational cycles of shorter duration accounting for lesser solar climatic events which may be revealed in subsequent research.
RC Theory, Copyright. John L. Casey April 30, 2007
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5.1
DateTime: 2013-08-27 16:41:33
Region: Central Alaska
Depth: 130
Source: USGS Feed

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DateTime: 2013-08-27 16:41:33
Region: Central Alaska
Depth: 130
Source: USGS Feed
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Yep! Felt those! Was sitting at the desk thought the dog was sitting up against my chair scratching or something but turned around and she was not there. Ears are going CRAZY! Trumpeter Swans on the lake sq-waking, cats been meowing for over an hour has everything even gave him treats he just keeps going. Link to aeic not working I actually feel dizzy today like equilibrium is off and pressure been 'feeling/hearing' rumbling since last night sounds like big truck in driveway even dogs barked a few times nothing there.

Just came up about 100 miles from me
Earthquake in the central region of Alaska

Preferred Hypocentral Solution:

Local Date: Tuesday August 27th, 2013
Local Time: 01:41 PM AKDT
Universal Time: 08/27/2013 21:41:33.417 UTC
Magnitude: 5.09 ML
Latitude: 63.2129
Longitude: -150.6236
Depth: 80 miles (128 km)
Author: AK:Ian

This earthquake was:

24 miles (38 km) SSE of Kantishna
54 miles (86 km) WSW of Cantwell
59 miles (94 km) WSW of Denali Park
64 miles (103 km) NNW of Talkeetna
68 miles (109 km) SW of Healy
70 miles (111 km) SE of Lake Minchumina
84 miles (134 km) E of Telida
89 miles (143 km) N of Skwentna
90 miles (144 km) SSW of Clear
104 miles (166 km) N of Willow
105 miles (167 km) SSW of Nenana
109 miles (174 km) NNW of Hatcher Pass
118 miles (189 km) E of Nikolai
119 miles (190 km) NNW of Sutton
120 miles (192 km) NNW of Wasilla
123 miles (196 km) NNW of Palmer
124 miles (199 km) S of Manley Hot Springs
141 miles (225 km) N of Anchorage
143 miles (230 km) SW of Fairbanks
201 miles (321 km) NW of Valdez
645 miles (1032 km) NW of Juneau
[link to www.aeic.alaska.edu]

Have been expecting this was researching quake info months prior to Denali Fault 2002 found a lot of similarities there will be more if right larger. Sure this explains my insomnia bout' last 3 nights too. Need to check Yellowstone seizmo's for uptick think that geyser going off is a signal too.

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ATTENTION ALL GRAND BAYOU / BAYOU CORNE RESIDENTS, CONCERNED AREA RESIDENTS AND OUR SUPPORTERS

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That's awesome! About time will try to see if EC knows about this. thanks ttgtt! hugs
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Your welcome. I get a lot from this thread, so try to give back when I can.
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DEVELOPING: Major web sites hacked
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*Syrian Electronic Army suspected
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