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That's what I was thinking checked on here no mention
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noticed how shallow all these are
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AAhh.. good, i hate EQ's.. they make me nauseous lol
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I have only been in one, Aug 9, 1967, here north of Denver. It was caused from all the crap they were doing at Rocky Flats Arsenal. It was a 5.3, it was very scary as I wasn't that old then. We were on vacation visiting my aunt and left the next day when a tornado touched down a mile away. 30 years later we made our home here - not bright!!
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I spent 5 years in Northern Japan.... EQs constantly...yuk
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I couldn't live like that. One reason we are where we are, nothing major usually happens. Yes, an occasional blizzard or heavy rain storm with a few small tornadoes but nothing major there. Just the extreme heat that we get now (didn't used to be like it is now) is hard to handle. We get below zero in the winters and above 100 in the summer - too extreme.

Still better than worrying about EF5 tornadoes, or EQ's, or hurricanes, or volcanoes or tsunamis or, or, or....
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your to close to Yellow Stone like i'm to close to NM.. lol
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[link to www.nbcnews.com]


wonder what this is going to be used for, a polar, massive satellite for secret stuff ;)
“One of the saddest lessons of history is this: If we’ve been bamboozled long enough, we tend to reject any evidence of the bamboozle. We’re no longer interested in finding out the truth. The bamboozle has captured us. It’s simply too painful to acknowledge, even to ourselves, that we’ve been taken. Once you give a charlatan power over you, you almost never get it back.” – Carl Sagan
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That's what I was thinking checked on here no mention
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noticed how shallow all these are
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They are expecting something big there.... not going to panic the public by publishing the truth... i've even seen articles put out saying the NM is dead... nothing here to see, move along..
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East Antarctic ice sheet warming up
Studying 50 years worth of spy satellite images, scientists find world's largest ice sheet hit by climate change.
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[link to www.nbcnews.com]

Maybe this is for this?
“One of the saddest lessons of history is this: If we’ve been bamboozled long enough, we tend to reject any evidence of the bamboozle. We’re no longer interested in finding out the truth. The bamboozle has captured us. It’s simply too painful to acknowledge, even to ourselves, that we’ve been taken. Once you give a charlatan power over you, you almost never get it back.” – Carl Sagan
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I have only been in one, Aug 9, 1967, here north of Denver. It was caused from all the crap they were doing at Rocky Flats Arsenal. It was a 5.3, it was very scary as I wasn't that old then. We were on vacation visiting my aunt and left the next day when a tornado touched down a mile away. 30 years later we made our home here - not bright!!
 Quoting: whiteangel


I spent 5 years in Northern Japan.... EQs constantly...yuk
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I couldn't live like that. One reason we are where we are, nothing major usually happens. Yes, an occasional blizzard or heavy rain storm with a few small tornadoes but nothing major there. Just the extreme heat that we get now (didn't used to be like it is now) is hard to handle. We get below zero in the winters and above 100 in the summer - too extreme.

Still better than worrying about EF5 tornadoes, or EQ's, or hurricanes, or volcanoes or tsunamis or, or, or....
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your to close to Yellow Stone like i'm to close to NM.. lol
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and I'm to close to Denali and Cook Inlet 1rof1
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If my memory serves me right...they set them up to monitor the activity they have been having around Greers Ferry Lake....especially the northern end. Since the activity in Guy and Greenbrier settled down after the discovery of the fault line there and the closing of the frac sites...they have moved operations to the other side of the lake. I will look for link....I think I linked it several months ago but the monitors didn't go online for quite some time.
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wonder what this is going to be used for, a polar, massive satellite for secret stuff ;)
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i wonder..1dunno1hmm


By the way Shad, my daughter is designing a satellite that might be used to orbit Mars..... i'm so proud of her...
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I'm not sure if this was my original link....wow!! It even made mainsteam!!


[link to www.insurancejournal.com]

[link to www.cnn.com]
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I have only been in one, Aug 9, 1967, here north of Denver. It was caused from all the crap they were doing at Rocky Flats Arsenal. It was a 5.3, it was very scary as I wasn't that old then. We were on vacation visiting my aunt and left the next day when a tornado touched down a mile away. 30 years later we made our home here - not bright!!
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I spent 5 years in Northern Japan.... EQs constantly...yuk
 Quoting: Gabriel


I couldn't live like that. One reason we are where we are, nothing major usually happens. Yes, an occasional blizzard or heavy rain storm with a few small tornadoes but nothing major there. Just the extreme heat that we get now (didn't used to be like it is now) is hard to handle. We get below zero in the winters and above 100 in the summer - too extreme.

Still better than worrying about EF5 tornadoes, or EQ's, or hurricanes, or volcanoes or tsunamis or, or, or....
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your to close to Yellow Stone like i'm to close to NM.. lol
 Quoting: Gabriel


Yeah, a rather big downfall there. Sometimes YS scares me, but it is one of those things that if it happened, well it would be fast!
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I'm not sure if this was my original link....wow!! It even made mainsteam!!


[link to www.insurancejournal.com]

[link to www.cnn.com]
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Thanks Moxie amazing it took them over 6 months lol
Did you see this reader comment?
It must have something to do with the huge underground complex being built in the Ozarks. It seems to be some kind of secret government complex.

A few years ago, a small town in the Ozarks (I forget the name) where the undergound complex is being built had one little corner bank that every one went to for their banking. Now they have banks on every corner, one bank for every 53 people. In comparison, Los Angeles has one bank for every 14,000 people.

Additionally, the town used to have very few earthquakes throughout its history, in the past year alone it has had over 700 quakes.

TruTV had something on this – check out the Oz of Arks.

Here's the link
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Power Grid Down Drill To Be Conducted By US Government

Power grid vulnerabilities are finally garnering some attention by government officials.
An electrical grid joint drill simulation is being planned in the United States, Canada and Mexico. Thousands of utility workers, FBI agents, anti-terrorism experts, governmental agencies, and more than 150 private businesses are involved in the November power grid drill.
The downed power grid simulation will reportedly focus on both physical and cyber attacks. The antiquated electrical system in the United States has been one of the most neglected pieces of integral infrastructure.
The EMP Commission , created by Congress, released a report in 2008 calling for increased planning and testing, and a stockpiling of needed repair items.

The SHIELD Act, which is stalled in Congress, is the first serious piece of legislation in many years to attempt to address the vulnerabilities of the power grid in. Recently American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) report gave the power grid a “D+” when grading various pieces of infrastructure and public services in the United States.
The disaster drill is being described as a crisis practice unlike anything the real power grid has ever experienced. The GridEX II drill Nov. 13-14 will focus primarily on how governments will react if the electrical grid fails and, for instance, the food supply chain collapses.
American utility companies are responsible for running approximately 5,800 power plants and about 450,000 high-voltage transmission lines, controlled by various devices which have been put into place over the past decades. Some of the utility companies which oversee the power grid reportedly use “antique computer protocols” which are “probably” safe from cyber hackers,” The New York Times reported.
The Times said experts call the power grid the nation’s “glass jaw.” Even the military gets 99 percent of its power the same way everyday citizens get it – from commercially run companies.

“If an adversary lands a knockout blow, [experts] fear, it could black out vast areas of the continent for weeks; interrupt supplies of water, gasoline, diesel fuel and fresh food; shut down communications; and create disruptions of a scale that was only hinted at by Hurricane Sandy and the attacks of Sept. 11,” The Times said.
Former Federal Energy Regulatory Commission chairman Curt Hebert stated that if the nation fails at electricity, “we’re going to fail miserably” at everything else.
Hebert also noted that during prior power grid drills, the scenario assumed the system would be up and running again relatively quickly after an attack. This drill will assume it’s out much longer.
If the power grid fails, a lack of electricity and food delivery are only the first wave of troubles facing the American people. Police could face major problems with civil unrest. Of course, there also would not be any electric heating or cooling, which easily could lead to many deaths depending on the season.
A 2012 report by the National Academy of Science said terrorists could cripple the nation by damaging or destroying hard-to-replace components, some of which aren’t even made in the United States.
“Of particular concern are giant custom-built transformers that increase the voltage of electricity to levels suited for bulk transmission and then reduce voltage for distribution to customers,” The Times said in a summary of the report. “… Replacing them can take many months.”
Said Clark W. Gellings , a researcher at the Electric Power Research Institute, “I don’t think we pay quite enough attention to the technology fixes that would allow us to make the power system more resilient.”



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They're staking up I'll be right in this are next week for a few days emm...emmm!
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Power Grid Down Drill To Be Conducted By US Government

Power grid vulnerabilities are finally garnering some attention by government officials.
An electrical grid joint drill simulation is being planned in the United States, Canada and Mexico. Thousands of utility workers, FBI agents, anti-terrorism experts, governmental agencies, and more than 150 private businesses are involved in the November power grid drill.
The downed power grid simulation will reportedly focus on both physical and cyber attacks. The antiquated electrical system in the United States has been one of the most neglected pieces of integral infrastructure.
The EMP Commission , created by Congress, released a report in 2008 calling for increased planning and testing, and a stockpiling of needed repair items.

The SHIELD Act, which is stalled in Congress, is the first serious piece of legislation in many years to attempt to address the vulnerabilities of the power grid in. Recently American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) report gave the power grid a “D+” when grading various pieces of infrastructure and public services in the United States.
The disaster drill is being described as a crisis practice unlike anything the real power grid has ever experienced. The GridEX II drill Nov. 13-14 will focus primarily on how governments will react if the electrical grid fails and, for instance, the food supply chain collapses.
American utility companies are responsible for running approximately 5,800 power plants and about 450,000 high-voltage transmission lines, controlled by various devices which have been put into place over the past decades. Some of the utility companies which oversee the power grid reportedly use “antique computer protocols” which are “probably” safe from cyber hackers,” The New York Times reported.
The Times said experts call the power grid the nation’s “glass jaw.” Even the military gets 99 percent of its power the same way everyday citizens get it – from commercially run companies.

“If an adversary lands a knockout blow, [experts] fear, it could black out vast areas of the continent for weeks; interrupt supplies of water, gasoline, diesel fuel and fresh food; shut down communications; and create disruptions of a scale that was only hinted at by Hurricane Sandy and the attacks of Sept. 11,” The Times said.
Former Federal Energy Regulatory Commission chairman Curt Hebert stated that if the nation fails at electricity, “we’re going to fail miserably” at everything else.
Hebert also noted that during prior power grid drills, the scenario assumed the system would be up and running again relatively quickly after an attack. This drill will assume it’s out much longer.
If the power grid fails, a lack of electricity and food delivery are only the first wave of troubles facing the American people. Police could face major problems with civil unrest. Of course, there also would not be any electric heating or cooling, which easily could lead to many deaths depending on the season.
A 2012 report by the National Academy of Science said terrorists could cripple the nation by damaging or destroying hard-to-replace components, some of which aren’t even made in the United States.
“Of particular concern are giant custom-built transformers that increase the voltage of electricity to levels suited for bulk transmission and then reduce voltage for distribution to customers,” The Times said in a summary of the report. “… Replacing them can take many months.”
Said Clark W. Gellings , a researcher at the Electric Power Research Institute, “I don’t think we pay quite enough attention to the technology fixes that would allow us to make the power system more resilient.”


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Think this is what Janet was hinting at yesterday? scratching
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Makes ya wonder AKO. ISON will sling shot around the sun a week and a half later
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Wow...
ABC’s Sacramento, California bureau to close after 10 years
The bureau’s closure comes ahead of planned layoffs at ABC’s local and cable stations. Layoffs are expected to hit ABC’s eight owned-and-operated local stations as well as ABC-operated cable networks including the Disney Channel (ABC is owned by the Walt Disney Company).
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Thursday August 29 2013, 00:26:38 UTC 2 minutes ago Northern California 1.2 3.6 USGS Feed Detail
Thursday August 29 2013, 00:24:28 UTC 5 minutes ago Northern California 2.9 3.8 USGS Feed Detail
Thursday August 29 2013, 00:10:20 UTC 19 minutes ago Northern California 1.0 5.1 USGS Feed Detail
Thursday August 29 2013, 00:09:54 UTC 19 minutes ago Northern California 2.7 3.3 USGS Feed Detail
Wednesday August 28 2013, 23:55:47 UTC 33 minutes ago Northern California 1.5 3.8 USGS Feed Detail
Wednesday August 28 2013, 23:55:28 UTC 34 minutes ago Northern California 2.3 2.9 USGS Feed Detail
Wednesday August 28 2013, 23:54:40 UTC 34 minutes ago Southern California 1.0 14.4 USGS Feed Detail
Wednesday August 28 2013, 23:23:05 UTC 66 minutes ago Northern California 2.1 13.3 USGS Feed Detail
Wednesday August 28 2013, 23:09:58 UTC 79 minutes ago Northern California 1.4 0.7 USGS Feed Detail
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53 quakes in The Geysers area, too many to list.
[link to earthquake.usgs.gov]

Just zoom in on the one area.
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wonder what this is going to be used for, a polar, massive satellite for secret stuff ;)
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i wonder..1dunno1hmm


By the way Shad, my daughter is designing a satellite that might be used to orbit Mars..... i'm so proud of her...
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That is something to be proud of Mi Amigo!

With sons and daughters like that this planet still has a fighting chance. I'm doing my best with mine to be difference makers, its all we can do.
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Makes ya wonder AKO. ISON will sling shot around the sun a week and a half later
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Yes it certainly does.
“One of the saddest lessons of history is this: If we’ve been bamboozled long enough, we tend to reject any evidence of the bamboozle. We’re no longer interested in finding out the truth. The bamboozle has captured us. It’s simply too painful to acknowledge, even to ourselves, that we’ve been taken. Once you give a charlatan power over you, you almost never get it back.” – Carl Sagan
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Houses flooded due to flash flooding west of Hartford, Connecticut, in Torrington, reports trained spotter
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Beautiful!
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4.9
DateTime: 2013-08-28 19:54:56
Region: Fox Islands, Aleutian Islands, Alaska
Depth: 112.4
Source: USGS Feed

Here shows 5.1
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Has enough minor EQ's happened that it moved the flow Gabe? Or is it still Chile?

I for one really appreciate the info you give on this!! My gut just tells me the expect a big quake and everyday it delays it will just be bigger. That is very un-scientific, lol
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timeout Hey now! Don't you go belittling or being dismissive of your instincts & intuitions Goofy Thumohyeahgrinning
Ton of helpful link for that dam thread-
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Has enough minor EQ's happened that it moved the flow Gabe? Or is it still Chile?

I for one really appreciate the info you give on this!! My gut just tells me the expect a big quake and everyday it delays it will just be bigger. That is very un-scientific, lol
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timeout Hey now! Don't you go belittling or being dismissive of your instincts & intuitions Goofy Thumohyeahgrinning
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bighug
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Wow. Fell asleep had the weirdest dream we had this huge earthquake and my house rolled over 3 times we just kept climbing up the upside then right side up steps. It was really bizarre. Any whew saw we had another quake

Ebulobo volcano (Flores, Indonesia): alert level raised
Monday, Aug 26, 2013
The alert level was raised from 1 (normal) to 2 (watch) (on a scale of 1-4) on 23 August, following detection of volcanic tremor as well as the observation of incandescence and increased degassing from the volcano's summit
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Biological Hazard in Canada on Thursday, 29 August, 2013 at 03:35 (03:35 AM) UTC.
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The Sudbury and District Health Unit and the Ministry of the Environment are investigating a possible blue-green algal bloom at Amphitheatre Beach on Ramsey Lake in the City of Greater Sudbury. The Ministry of the Environment is taking water samples to confirm the presence of blue-green algae. As a precaution, the health unit has posted signs advising the public to avoid swimming, drinking the water, and allowing pets into the water if the algal bloom is present at the beaches. If no bloom is present, water can be used for regular recreational activities. The advisory does not currently apply to Moonlight, Main, Canoe Club, New and Bell Grove beaches on Ramsey Lake. The City of Greater Sudbury is working closely with the Sudbury and District Health Unit and the Ministry of the Environment to monitor the situation. "The Ministry of the Environment tells us that, should it be necessary, the David Street Water Treatment Plant has the technology to provide an effective barrier to all algae and can reduce the levels of algae toxins found in raw water," said Dr. Penny Sutcliffe, Sudbury and District Medical Officer of Health. Blue-green algae could also appear in other parts of the lake. Because blooms are not anchored, they can move from one location to another through wind and water action. New blooms can also form. All residents on lakes or rivers should look for blooms in their area. Blue-green algal blooms have an unsightly pea soup appearance and foul smell, and can produce toxins.
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Biological Hazard in Canada on Thursday, 29 August, 2013 at 03:43 (03:43 AM) UTC.
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Lac La Biche has been added to the growing list of blue-green algae advisories issued by Alberta Health Services this summer. AHS announced on Wednesday that the toxic algae is present in the lake north of the community of Lac La Biche, 220 kilometres northeast of Edmonton. Residents living near the shore of this lake and visitors are advised to take caution. People are advised to avoid drinking from, swimming or bathing in the lake and not to let pets eat fish that come from it. Blue-green algae produce a toxin that can cause serious illness to animals or humans who drink or have skin contact with water where it is present. Anyone who comes in contact with water containing the toxin may experience skin irritation, rash, sore throat, red eyes, swollen lips, fever, nausea and vomiting and/or diarrhea. The symptoms usually appear within one to three hours after exposure and resolve in one to two days. AHS also warns that children are most susceptible to falling ill from the toxin because they spend more time in the water and are more likely to accidentally swallow it. Anyone drinking contaminated water over time could develop serious illness such as liver disease.
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Has enough minor EQ's happened that it moved the flow Gabe? Or is it still Chile?

I for one really appreciate the info you give on this!! My gut just tells me the expect a big quake and everyday it delays it will just be bigger. That is very un-scientific, lol
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timeout Hey now! Don't you go belittling or being dismissive of your instincts & intuitions Goofy Thumohyeahgrinning
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Im with RIB!
instinct is (in my experience as an ex-soldier) often more important than facts or figures....always go with your gut Angel!
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