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AKObserver

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6.0
Northern Mid-Atlantic Ridge

2013-09-04 21:01:35 UTC-07:0010.0 km

[link to earthquake.usgs.gov]
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hi hugs
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Hey hi AKO and All hf
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Hey there, great detective work everyone! I've been lurking and reading mostly...still in Eureka Springs. Planning on a crystal field fact finding mission soon, will let you know how it goes - it seems like we will need all the help we can get as the earth changes are more ramped up by the hour. Much gratitude to each of you dear F.O.G. friends.
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hi I envy you wish I could go have a wonderful journey :)
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What they dont want us to see now off-line hmmm
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Odd Cause of Salamander Die-Off Found: Skin-Eating Fungus
A newly discovered fungus that feasts on the skin of amphibians is threatening to decimate a species of salamander in the Netherlands, according to new research.

Fire salamanders are one of the most recognizable salamander species in Europe, and are characterized by their distinct yellow- and black-patterned skin. Since 2010, fire salamanders have been mysteriously dying off in the forests of the Netherlands.

Now, scientists have identified a deadly fungus, called Batrachochytrium salamandrivorans (the second part of the name translates to "salamander-eating"), that they say is jeopardizing biodiversity and bringing fire salamanders close to the brink of regional extinction.
[link to www.livescience.com]
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09/05/2013 02:44 AM
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[link to geophysics.eas.gatech.edu]
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09/05/2013 03:39 AM
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Thursday September 5 2013, 07:09:42 UTC 20 minutes ago Seattle-Tacoma urban area, Washington 3.1 20.5 USGS Feed

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Thursday September 5 2013, 07:09:42 UTC 20 minutes ago Seattle-Tacoma urban area, Washington 3.1 20.5 USGS Feed

[link to quakes.globalincidentmap.com]
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was just coming to post that lol
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hi Good morning



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Convergent evolution seen in hundreds of genes
Bats and dolphins may have developed echolocation via similar mutations.
A new analysis suggests that many genes evolved in parallel in bats and dolphins as each developed the remarkable ability to echolocate.

Different organisms often independently evolve similar observable traits such as anatomical or functional features, but the genetic changes underpinning such 'convergent evolution' are usually different. The new study, published today in Nature1, hints that evolution may be finding the same genetic solutions to a problem more often than previously thought.

Related stories
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“These results imply that convergent molecular evolution is much more widespread than previously recognized,” says molecular phylogeneticist Frédéric Delsuc at the The National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS) at the University of Montpellier in France, who was not involved in the study. What is more, he adds, the genes involved are not just the few, obvious ones known to be directly involved in a trait but a broader array of genes that are involved in the same regulatory networks.
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missed this when it was posted


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WoW! scawrey! Looks like it's got lots of friends
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Still showing here too
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09/05/2013 06:22 AM
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Thank You for the great videos I-7 much appreciated hugs
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[link to youtu.be]

BPEarthwatch:
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Jazzed.. got your mail... not worries, i like it.

Can't reply back because i haven't re-upgraded... don't see the need.
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Thanks for the heads up, and thanks for watching over us.





Thank You for the great videos I-7 much appreciated hugs
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You, my friend/family are posting excellent information. Talk about appreciation, your a gem!

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09/05/2013 08:54 AM
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This just in:

[link to quakes.globalincidentmap.com]

Mag 6 in Costa Rica.

[link to geophysics.eas.gatech.edu]
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Magnitude: 5.6
Mercalli scale: 6
Date-Time [UTC]: 05 September, 2013 at 15:27:06 UTC
Local Date/Time: Thursday, September 05, 2013 at 15:27 in the afternoon at epicenter
Coordinate: 7° 13.956, 144° 2.190
Depth: 32.10 km (19.95 miles)
Hypocentrum: Shallow depth
Class: Moderate
Region: Indonesian archipelago
Country: Papua New Guinea
Location: 105.9 km (65.80 miles) W of Ialibu, Southern Highlands, Papua New Guinea
Source: USGS
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Infant DNA to Be Mapped at Birth?


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Isis7

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Emergency declared at U.S. nuclear plant due to fire in turbine building — Two ‘reflash events’ occurred — Fire emergency lasted over four hours #PaloVerde
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wow, think they are pissed?



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Also, don't know if it means squat but on Sept 5, 2012 there was a 7.6 in Costa Rica

7.6 Costa Rica 2012-09-05 08:42:07 UTC-06:00 35.0 km
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Now that in my opinion is just weird! On same day a year later a 6.0!!!
AMERICA the Beautiful!!!
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hi morning All!
Started on my adventure this AM got 70 miles from home and radiator hose blew! Anyway...it's been an adventure so I'm back home waiting for the car report :(
Saw this and other locals at it again today
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much love hf
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Scientists Confirm Existence of Largest Single Volcano On Earth
Sep. 5, 2013 — A University of Houston (UH) professor led a team of scientists to uncover the largest single volcano yet documented on Earth. Covering an area roughly equivalent to the British Isles or the state of New Mexico, this volcano, dubbed the Tamu Massif, is nearly as big as the giant volcanoes of Mars, placing it among the largest in the Solar System.

William Sager, a professor in the Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences at UH, first began studying the volcano about 20 years ago at Texas A&M's College of Geosciences. Sager and his team's findings appear in the Sept. 8 issue of Nature Geoscience, the monthly multi-disciplinary journal reflecting disciplines within the geosciences.
Located about 1,000 miles east of Japan, Tamu Massif is the largest feature of Shatsky Rise, an underwater mountain range formed 130 to 145 million years ago by the eruption of several underwater volcanoes. Until now, it was unclear whether Tamu Massif was a single volcano, or a composite of many eruption points. By integrating several sources of evidence, including core samples and data collected on board the JOIDES Resolution research ship, the authors have confirmed that the mass of basalt that constitutes Tamu Massif did indeed erupt from a single source near the center.
"Tamu Massif is the biggest single shield volcano ever discovered on Earth," Sager said. "There may be larger volcanoes, because there are bigger igneous features out there such as the Ontong Java Plateau, but we don't know if these features are one volcano or complexes of volcanoes.
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Bonjour the family,f,o.g je n.ai pas beucoup de temps car il me semble qu.il s.amenuise rapidement ..
préparatifs non fini mais en acceleration.
Bons bisoux a tous!
beauvoir
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Bonjour the family,f,o.g je n.ai pas beucoup de temps car il me semble qu.il s.amenuise rapidement ..
préparatifs non fini mais en acceleration.
Bons bisoux a tous!
 Quoting: beauvoir


Hello the family, fog I have not had a lot of time because it seems that it's rapidly disappearing ..
unfinished but acceleration preparations.
Kisses to all good!


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