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Wow interesting info. I'm in las vegas and havent heard of any electrical troubles here. Haarp did look crazy today though.
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Yes it was strange wish I was in Vegas lol.
Actually, the weather here has been unseasonably warm and I'm not complaining it was snowing a little this morning then switched to rain it was 38 and it was almost 7 before it got dark tonight yeah! We are gaing 5+ minutes a day now
will be over 11 hours of daylight by next week. Spring is definately on it's way.

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A Friend sent this to me thought it was interesting

World Mysteries: The Lost City of Great Zimbabwe

In 1868, an explorer by the name of Adam Renders discovered an astonishing city in what is now the territory of Zimbabwe (formerly Rhodesia). The city is one of the most ancient ever found on the African continent, and was inhabited centuries ago by people we know very little about, in dwellings that are as strange as they are mysterious.

Continental Drift and the Puzzle of Great Zimbabwe

According to various scholars, including Professors Wegener and Blackett, the American, African and European continents were joined together back in Paleozoic times. The distance that now exists between them (in some cases thousands of kilometers) is due to a phenomenon called continental drift.

The construction date for the city of Great Zimbabwe is still under discussion, but it`s generally situated somewhere around the 15th Century B.C., making it possible for the Egyptians, and even the Atlanteans, to have been involved.

Geological and historical approximations have validated theories about the so-called legendary continents of Shambala and Atlantis.

Geological approximations are also important for calculating the age of objects, not only here on Earth, but throughout the known Universe.

Many renowned scientists, including astronomers and physicists, have recognized the potential for error in their calculations, and now admit that the Universe may be considerably older than we think.

Doorless Homes For Winged Beings

The big mystery, as far as the city of Great Zimbabwe is concerned, lies in the kind of dwellings that were found in its ruins.

These dwellings were constructed in the form of high towers, with no openings at the base, the only entrance being at the top.

No traces were found on the walls of the buildings that might have attested to the use of ladders or some other mechanism to get to the top, and penetrate the mysterious towers.

Flying Beings?

These dwellings offer strange similarities to towers that exist in Machu Picchu, in Peru, South America.

There is one theory that would explain how the inhabitants of Machu Picchu and Great Zimbabwe got into their dwellings.

Could they have been able to fly? We do, in fact, see many representations from different civilizations of people flying through the air, long before the invention of aviation.

A number of conflicting theories exist about flying beings. One is that the creators of Machu Picchu in South America, and Great Zimbabwe in Africa, found ways of flying, either by using artificial means, or mastering the art of levitation!
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Good morning, FOG.
I'm a bit concerned with all the quakes in the Dominican Rep. Something to keep our eyes on.

Latest Sinkhole flyover...
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Good morning, FOG.
I'm a bit concerned with all the quakes in the Dominican Rep. Something to keep our eyes on.

Latest Sinkhole flyover...
[link to enenews.com]
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Me too EC and I don't like this one either

Type: Earthquake
116 minutes ago
Magnitude: 4.2
DateTime: Saturday March 2 2013, 11:00:25 UTC
Region: Bering Strait
Depth: 12.1 km
Source: USGS Feed
[link to quakes.globalincidentmap.com]

hi
Good Morning FOG Sister's my ears have hissed loudly all night and I have been up wide awake with this huge amount of energy. Sure have gotten a lot done. lol. hugs
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La. sinkhole emergency zone quakes, methane extends 2 miles
mile by 3-mile Napoleonville Salt Dome.

The scientists say that the sharp tremors are produced by movement of sedimentary rock migrating into Texas Brine's failed cavern.

Last week, officials admitted about the explosive methane lurching in the area:

1) There is substantially more than 50,000,000 cubic feet of methane below surface near giant sinkhole.

2) The methane covers over 2 square miles.

3) There is enough methane there to do “very serious damage” and very rapidly, “if uncontrolled.”
[link to www.examiner.com]
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Two other incidents happened to me today

I was at an appointment with client sitting in front of his desk I felt this earthquake it was bizarre because I felt my feet vibrating and right before it my ears hissed even louder than they have been since yesterday and my right ear had this high pitch tone change. I looked at my cell phone it was 7:20 so it had to be this one below. Asked my client 'Do you feel that?' He said he thought it was the furnace but I don't think so. It wasn't very big but this is right where the one we had in Nov was that shook the dust bunnies out of my house and the epicenter was about 10 miles from where I was.

Earthquake in the Cook Inlet region of Alaska

Preferred Hypocentral Solution:
Local Date: Friday March 1st, 2013
Local Time: 07:21 PM AKST
Universal Time: 03/01/2013 16:21:45.134 UTC
Magnitude: 1.98 ML
Latitude: 61.5642
Longitude: -150.3470
Depth: 27 miles (43 km)
Author: oa_opDbgMlMwp

This earthquake was:
16 miles (26 km) SW of Willow
28 miles (45 km) NNW of Anchorage
29 miles (46 km) NW of Elmendorf AFB
30 miles (48 km) W of Wasilla
31 miles (49 km) NW of Fort Richardson
31 miles (50 km) WNW of Eagle River
31 miles (50 km) WNW of Chugiak
37 miles (59 km) WSW of Hatcher Pass
38 miles (62 km) SE of Skwentna
41 miles (66 km) W of Palmer
43 miles (69 km) NE of Tyonek
49 miles (79 km) W of Sutton
51 miles (81 km) NNW of Hope
53 miles (85 km) S of Talkeetna
59 miles (94 km) NW of Girdwood
66 miles (105 km) ENE of Mt. Spurr
68 miles (110 km) NNE of Nikiski
70 miles (112 km) E of Hayes Volcano
73 miles (116 km) N of Sterling
77 miles (123 km) NNE of Kenai
77 miles (123 km) NNW of Cooper Landing
78 miles (125 km) NW of Whittier
79 miles (126 km) NNE of Soldotna
82 miles (131 km) NNW of Moose Pass
91 miles (145 km) NNE of Kasilof
99 miles (159 km) NNE of Clam Gulch
106 miles (170 km) NNW of Seward
110 miles (176 km) NE of Redoubt Volcano
114 miles (183 km) NNE of Ninilchik
137 miles (219 km) WNW of Valdez
242 miles (387 km) SSW of Fairbanks
597 miles (956 km) WNW of Juneau
[link to www.aeic.alaska.edu]

Before that at 4:45 I stopped to get gas, turned my car off, when I went to start it back up it just made this clicking noise but the lights,radio and dashboard lights were still working. I have never had a problem before my car's 6 years old but well maintained. This very nice man that has a garage next to the gas station put a portable charger on my battery and it started right up. Then he told me he had to do the same thing for 6 other cars today in the last 3-4 hours? So now I'm wondering as he's talking if it has anything to do with the geomagnetic storm we had today because we had some heavy duty disturbances at that time according to this [link to www.haarp.alaska.edu]

Did anyone else have battery/electronic issues today?
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I too always feel the vibration from my feet!! AND....I had the same problem with my car!! I was supposed to head back to AR and THREE times the battery did that!! They did a diagnostic on it to make sure there wasn't a parasitic drain as it was a fairly new battery.....and NOTHING. For lack of finding a problem...we ended up buying a new battery. I have also noticed that for the last 3 years or so...the clock will go haywire---not just off by and hour like it's doing the "smart" clock daylight savings thing....but will be off by several hours. I began to wonder if it was solar connected.
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Type: Earthquake
116 minutes ago
Magnitude: 4.2
DateTime: Saturday March 2 2013, 11:00:25 UTC
Region: Bering Strait
Depth: 12.1 km
Source: USGS Feed
[link to quakes.globalincidentmap.com]

hi
Good Morning FOG Sister's my ears have hissed loudly all night and I have been up wide awake with this huge amount of energy. Sure have gotten a lot done. lol. hugs



Sure hope this wasn't a methane burp!


Arctic scientists issue dire warning on methane clathrates

report by a group of scientists called the Arctic Methane Emergency Working Group states that methane clathrates could be released in catastrophic quantities in the near future. Russian scientists have identified plumes of methane of up to a kilometer in diameter bubbling up from the Arctic sea bed. Already, atmospheric methane is at its highest level in 400,000 years.

Methane clathrates are pockets of frozen methane gas buried underneath the sea floor. Methane is a dangerous greenhouse gas that is 25 times more powerful than carbon dioxide over the course of 100 years. It is usually produced when organic material breaks down in a low-oxygen environment. Over the centuries, thousands of billions of tonnes of methane have built up at the bottom of the Arctic Ocean. As the ocean warms, the frozen methane melts and is released into the atmosphere. There, it exacerbates global warming increasing the rate of release of methane.

[link to mudandwater.org]

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Good morning, FOG.
I'm a bit concerned with all the quakes in the Dominican Rep. Something to keep our eyes on.

Latest Sinkhole flyover...
[link to enenews.com]
 Quoting: Earth Cries


Me too EC and I don't like this one either

Type: Earthquake
116 minutes ago
Magnitude: 4.2
DateTime: Saturday March 2 2013, 11:00:25 UTC
Region: Bering Strait
Depth: 12.1 km
Source: USGS Feed
[link to quakes.globalincidentmap.com]

hi
Good Morning FOG Sister's my ears have hissed loudly all night and I have been up wide awake with this huge amount of energy. Sure have gotten a lot done. lol. hugs
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Swarm going on in the DR.

[link to earthquake.usgs.gov]
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Two other incidents happened to me today

I was at an appointment with client sitting in front of his desk I felt this earthquake it was bizarre because I felt my feet vibrating and right before it my ears hissed even louder than they have been since yesterday and my right ear had this high pitch tone change. I looked at my cell phone it was 7:20 so it had to be this one below. Asked my client 'Do you feel that?' He said he thought it was the furnace but I don't think so. It wasn't very big but this is right where the one we had in Nov was that shook the dust bunnies out of my house and the epicenter was about 10 miles from where I was.

Earthquake in the Cook Inlet region of Alaska

Before that at 4:45 I stopped to get gas, turned my car off, when I went to start it back up it just made this clicking noise but the lights,radio and dashboard lights were still working. I have never had a problem before my car's 6 years old but well maintained. This very nice man that has a garage next to the gas station put a portable charger on my battery and it started right up. Then he told me he had to do the same thing for 6 other cars today in the last 3-4 hours? So now I'm wondering as he's talking if it has anything to do with the geomagnetic storm we had today because we had some heavy duty disturbances at that time according to this [link to www.haarp.alaska.edu]

Did anyone else have battery/electronic issues today?
 Quoting: AKObserver


I too always feel the vibration from my feet!! AND....I had the same problem with my car!! I was supposed to head back to AR and THREE times the battery did that!! They did a diagnostic on it to make sure there wasn't a parasitic drain as it was a fairly new battery.....and NOTHING. For lack of finding a problem...we ended up buying a new battery. I have also noticed that for the last 3 years or so...the clock will go haywire---not just off by and hour like it's doing the "smart" clock daylight savings thing....but will be off by several hours. I began to wonder if it was solar connected.
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Wow! I'm thinking maybe it was he checked my battery and did a test didn't find anything wrong and my car started up everytime afterwards I made 4 stops shut it off started right up? Will see what happens today.
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Explosion near Vernal destroys one building and damages eight others

JENSEN, Utah – A massive explosion in the Ashley Valley Industrial Park has destroyed one industrial building and severely damaged eight others. Two homes in the area also received moderate damage. The explosion happened around midnight Saturday morning at Adler Hot Oil Services at 5035 South 4630 East. Residents reported hearing the loud blast several miles away in parts of the Vernal, Jensen, and Naples area. No word on what caused the explosion, but Uintah County Emergency Manager Tal Ehlers told Fox 13 there are no fatalities or injuries. Everyone living within a 1/2 mile radius of the blast site was evacuated.
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Up early with the fisherman....
I came across this article this morning....interesting...and of course it made me think of Gabe. :)

Black Holes: an interesting tidbit of info:

"The merging galaxies’ black holes, each about 10 billion times the mass of the sun, orbited each other at nearly the speed of light until they united. Then the scenario from the computer simulations played out: Energy released from the merger flung away the newly formed black hole."


- See more at: [link to www.sciencenews.org]
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Good morning, FOG.
I'm a bit concerned with all the quakes in the Dominican Rep. Something to keep our eyes on.

Latest Sinkhole flyover...
[link to enenews.com]
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Me too EC and I don't like this one either

Type: Earthquake
116 minutes ago
Magnitude: 4.2
DateTime: Saturday March 2 2013, 11:00:25 UTC
Region: Bering Strait
Depth: 12.1 km
Source: USGS Feed
[link to quakes.globalincidentmap.com]

hi
Good Morning FOG Sister's my ears have hissed loudly all night and I have been up wide awake with this huge amount of energy. Sure have gotten a lot done. lol. hugs
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The TEC was extremely high there during the coronal hole storm,it was posted somewhere to watch out for quaking in that area

[link to usnews.nbcnews.com]

Florida sinkhole is growing, hope this sheds light on this issue, its only going to get worse
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Shad, just read your post and I have to share something with you. Yesterday when you mentioned going out to measure trees, I instantly got this mental picture of your arms wrapped around a tree trunk measuring. It was a big trunk like a thick pine tree. I got this word message "tree hugger" but in the literal sense. It did not surprise me when you said you were attached to trees, makes perfect sense. Look forward to more of your posts.

Just want to thank all FOG, even the lurkers...I feel blessed being able to be part of this collective of souls at this interesting time. About Utah, areas in Utah are volcanic. For the last couple of years there have been changes, but they are gradual and blamed on other things.

Dogs are calm today...whew. The last couple of days were a roller coaster, but today especially this morning, quiet....feel like it is just a "pause"...like when you are on the roller coaster and right before the loop...you have that welcome "flat area"....Much love to all of you wonderful souls..

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Read a book recently based on what happens when the ocean's floor opens up and millions of tons of methane are released, one tiny spark and KABOOM. The explosion would be so bad that it would burn the oxygen for many miles around (it seemed fantastic but I think it was 100's of miles) so that those not instantly incinerated died from suffocation as there was no oxygen left. This was based on the drilling that was suppose to be going on around the Canary Islands which causes the volcano to explode causing a huge landslide and cracks the ocean floor. This would have effected all of the east coast of the Americas and depending where the spark happened would be how far inland the oxygen burn off would happen.

Yet, they just keep on drilling in areas that are dangerous.

Made me very glade that I live so far inland from any type of open water!
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The Friars of Portugal have recorded 'the noise' in Rome
refering to it as Trumpets of Apocalypse

[link to capuchins.pro-forum.co.uk]


[link to en.wikipedia.org]
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The Friars of Portugal have recorded 'the noise' in Rome
refering to it as Trumpets of Apocalypse

[link to capuchins.pro-forum.co.uk]


[link to en.wikipedia.org]
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Not debunking this, don't get me wrong. I do think there are some sounds out there that are like this and unexplained. For those, you see people all over looking around, spooked. This one, you don't see anyone looking up, looking around. If we humans actually are meant to hear the Trumpets mentioned in the book of Revelations, seems like EVERYONE would be freaking out. Can you image that sound being heard by everyone at the Super Bowl? Mass panic.

Did that make sense AK?
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Read a book recently based on what happens when the ocean's floor opens up and millions of tons of methane are released, one tiny spark and KABOOM. The explosion would be so bad that it would burn the oxygen for many miles around (it seemed fantastic but I think it was 100's of miles) so that those not instantly incinerated died from suffocation as there was no oxygen left. This was based on the drilling that was suppose to be going on around the Canary Islands which causes the volcano to explode causing a huge landslide and cracks the ocean floor. This would have effected all of the east coast of the Americas and depending where the spark happened would be how far inland the oxygen burn off would happen.

Yet, they just keep on drilling in areas that are dangerous.

Made me very glade that I live so far inland from any type of open water!
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The tsunami from a resultant canary island landslide could cause wave heights in excess of over 100'. All of florida would be under water
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Read a book recently based on what happens when the ocean's floor opens up and millions of tons of methane are released, one tiny spark and KABOOM. The explosion would be so bad that it would burn the oxygen for many miles around (it seemed fantastic but I think it was 100's of miles) so that those not instantly incinerated died from suffocation as there was no oxygen left. This was based on the drilling that was suppose to be going on around the Canary Islands which causes the volcano to explode causing a huge landslide and cracks the ocean floor. This would have effected all of the east coast of the Americas and depending where the spark happened would be how far inland the oxygen burn off would happen.

Yet, they just keep on drilling in areas that are dangerous.

Made me very glade that I live so far inland from any type of open water!
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Yes, I've read a lot about methane it's scary to say the least and poor EC has 2 acres of it sitting in her back yard at that sinkhole!
Methane caused the extinction event 250 million years ago With some theory's such as 'a very big asteroid hit the ocean where Antarctica is now (the crater of which they've found), which created a huge shock wave around the Earth coming back to focus in Siberia-to-be, opening enormous lava fields known as the Siberian Traps, but that's not what caused the death of 95% of all life, up to that point it was only equal to the dinosaur killer, but it caused about 5 degrees Celsius warming, which in turn triggered a sea floor clathrate (frozen methane) melt. That's because methane is a greenhouse gas which warmed the world further, spurring more ocean warming, more clathrate melting (with horrible consequences for the sea water too) until finally all available clathrates were gone. Only a few reptile species survived, among which were the common ancestors of dinosaurs and mammals.' Large Methane fields on the ocean floor when released they are saying will cause earthquakes, volcanic eruptions and tsunami's.
Keep drilling yeah...Doom on!
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Not sure if this has been posted here yet.

Solar Max Update [link to science.nasa.gov]
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[link to www.youtube.com] a video to my post above
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The Friars of Portugal have recorded 'the noise' in Rome
refering to it as Trumpets of Apocalypse

[link to capuchins.pro-forum.co.uk]


[link to en.wikipedia.org]
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Not debunking this, don't get me wrong. I do think there are some sounds out there that are like this and unexplained. For those, you see people all over looking around, spooked. This one, you don't see anyone looking up, looking around. If we humans actually are meant to hear the Trumpets mentioned in the book of Revelations, seems like EVERYONE would be freaking out. Can you image that sound being heard by everyone at the Super Bowl? Mass panic.

Did that make sense AK?
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Having server issues again :( Tried to post this twice already...

WA your reply makes perfect sense and I agree with you 100% I just put it out there. We have heard this sound before on other videos remember the mating fish from Washington last year? and the metalic noise we heard here as an earthquake pre-cursor. Just thought it odd the Friars named it that I believe as you, if we are to hear Revalations trumpets it will be for all mankinds ears. hf
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Work continues near sinkhole that swallowed man
SEFFNER, Fla. (AP) — Engineers worked gingerly Saturday to find out more about a slowly growing sinkhole that swallowed a Florida man in his bedroom, believing the entire house could eventually succumb to the unstable ground.

It could be days before officials decide whether they will attempt to recover Jeff Bush's body, and they were still trying Saturday to determine the extent of the sinkhole network and what kind of work might be safe. As the sinkhole grows, it may pose further risk to the subdivision and its homes.

Bush, 37, was in his bedroom Thursday night in Seffner — a suburb of 8,000 people 15 miles east of downtown Tampa — when the earth opened and took him and everything else in his room. Five others in the house escape unharmed.

On Saturday, the normally quiet neighborhood of concrete block homes painted in Florida pastels was jammed with cars as engineers, reporters, and curious onlookers came to the scene.

At the home next door to the Bushes, a family cried and organized boxes. Testing determined that their house also was compromised by the sinkhole, according to Hillsborough County Fire Rescue spokesman Ronnie Rivera. The family, which had evacuated Friday, was allowed to go inside for about a half-hour to gathering belongings.
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Covering Iditarod for work will film the entire restart in Deshka Landing tomorrow
Here's a live feed link for start today in Anchorage
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Aliy is so down to Earth wish her and all the racers safety and God Speed.
Iditarod runner-up seeks to become first woman champ in 23 years

ANCHORAGE, Alaska, March 2 (Reuters) - A New England transplant who finished a close second last year is considered a strong contender to win going into Saturday's launch of the 41st Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race, seeking to become the first female champion in more than two decades.

Aliy Zirkle, 43, of Two Rivers, Alaska, faces a competitive field of rival mushers in the storied 1,000-mile (1,600 km) race from Anchorage to Nome, including her husband, Allen Moore, who won the less-famous Yukon Quest International sled-dog race two weeks ago.

She said she feels no particular pressure as a female contender in one of the few notable American sporting events in which men and women compete on equal footing and that last had a woman winner 23 years ago.

"I kind of like to do what I do for myself, not because of my gender, and (for) my dogs," Zirkle said in an interview on Thursday.

Zirkle said she understands that to some women and girls she has become a role model. That realization, she said, dawned on her after she won the 2001 Yukon Quest - becoming the only woman to win that grueling 1,000-mile race.

"When I got to the finish line, and all these women were there with their daughters, and I got all these letters saying, `You're an inspiration,' then it kind of hit home. Maybe I do have an influence," she said.

Zirkle was the runner-up in last year's race, won by Dallas Seavey, who is entered this year as well.
[link to sports.yahoo.com]

This is the warmest Iditarod start ever recorded it's too hot and will effect a lot of the dogs!

Here's a link to all our Travel Guide videos there are some Musher videos in this list
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and here's a field video from 2011 but I don't know what happened to last years it's disappeared?
[link to travelguidebook.com]
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Started a thread for Iditarod coverage thought it'd be better than posting it all here so if you want to follow the race, learn the history, see photos and videos I'll dump everything in there. hugs

hi If someone could please instruct me on imbedding thread titles I'd greatly appreciate it :)
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03/02/2013 05:32 PM

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Right in that elbow again...not good
Type: Earthquake
33 minutes ago
Magnitude: 2.8
DateTime: Saturday March 2 2013, 21:54:23 UTC
Region: Southern Yukon Territory, Canada
Depth: 26.1 km
Source: USGS Feed
[link to quakes.globalincidentmap.com]
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03/02/2013 05:36 PM
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Thread: 41st Annual Iditarod Sled Dog Race begins today! sled races.

[link to science.nasa.gov] unexpected solar activity.
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03/02/2013 05:40 PM

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Hmmm

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03/02/2013 06:03 PM

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Started a thread for Iditarod coverage thought it'd be better than posting it all here so if you want to follow the race, learn the history, see photos and videos I'll dump everything in there. hugs

hi If someone could please instruct me on imbedding thread titles I'd greatly appreciate it :)
 Quoting: AKObserver


Up at the top of the page is the long www. whatever, just click in there and it will highlight the whole string, copy and then paste where you need to? The top of this page is:
Thread: F.O.G. (Page 723)

Is that what you mean?

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