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I am certain that you guys have already posted this but just now when I read it all I could think, quite frankly, was WTH. Do you guys recall the dawg thread about Acsension Parish???
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6.6
DateTime: 2013-06-15 12:34:32
Region: Near Coast Of Nicaragua
Depth: 10
Source: CSEM-EMSC Feed
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All those signals yesterday are finally showing up
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All those signals yesterday are finally showing up
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Yep!!!

How are you WA!!!!

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They just keep downgrading this EQ in Nicaragua. Some down to 5.9, but it still "looks" like the high 6.8 that it originally came in as.

:6.6 Nicaragua:
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All those signals yesterday are finally showing up
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Yep!!!

How are you WA!!!!

hugs
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Doing well hon!! Hope you are doing awesome today!!
hugs hf
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Look how long the red stays on the graph, it is still there! And they are downgrading this??!!

[link to geophysics.eas.gatech.edu]
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Look how long the red stays on the graph, it is still there! And they are downgrading this??!!

[link to geophysics.eas.gatech.edu]
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Hmmm!
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Look how long the red stays on the graph, it is still there! And they are downgrading this??!!

[link to geophysics.eas.gatech.edu]
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Hmmm!
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the quakes today are from last nights signals.

i wonder what this signal will entail?!
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the quakes today are from last nights signals.

i wonder what this signal will entail?!
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This wasn't a signal, it was the actual quake. Signals are usually just thin lines, quakes are thick. Gotta keep in mind though, we have had two 6+ quakes that were almost a 7.0. Last night, the signal looked like a 7.5+ with some feeling it might even be a 8.5+

This was the signal of a large EQ
:eqsignal:

This was one of the large quakes.
:6.6 Nicaragua:
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the quakes today are from last nights signals.

i wonder what this signal will entail?!
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This wasn't a signal, it was the actual quake. Signals are usually just thin lines, quakes are thick. Gotta keep in mind though, we have had two 6+ quakes that were almost a 7.0. Last night, the signal looked like a 7.5+ with some feeling it might even be a 8.5+

This was the signal of a large EQ
:eqsignal:

This was one of the large quakes.
:6.6 Nicaragua:
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WA!

Would love your input on the thread!!

Thread: 6/16 Another 6.1 Greece ......Large quake watch
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hi Hi All!
Hope this finds all of you well! Got home late last night missed all of you so much been in the Boonies of Alaska for what seems like forever with no internet UGH! Things sure are popping off today EC see thing's are happening your way with the sinkhole stay safe hugs

I will answer everyone's PM's to me later today Thank You all for thinking of me. I have to see a client this AM and get a tire fixed WHEW!
It's 80+ here! Thank God I left Fairbanks it's gonna be over 90+ there tomorrow. Gotta go back in a few weeks.

TT you are right, I am kicking ----. lol.

Much love to you all I missed you sooooo much!

hf hugs

PS Luis Stay Safe I know that 6.5 was close to you. hf

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the quakes today are from last nights signals.

i wonder what this signal will entail?!
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This wasn't a signal, it was the actual quake. Signals are usually just thin lines, quakes are thick. Gotta keep in mind though, we have had two 6+ quakes that were almost a 7.0. Last night, the signal looked like a 7.5+ with some feeling it might even be a 8.5+

This was the signal of a large EQ
:eqsignal:

This was one of the large quakes.
:6.6 Nicaragua:
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Thanks for clearing that up!
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Not Good!
Toxic waste spill in northern Alberta biggest of recent disasters in North America
The substance is the inky black colour of oil, and the treetops are brown. Across a broad expanse of northern Alberta muskeg, the landscape is dead. It has been poisoned by a huge spill of 9.5 million litres of toxic waste from an oil and gas operation in northern Alberta, the third major leak in a region whose residents are now questioning whether enough is being done to maintain aging energy infrastructure.

MORE RELATED TO THIS STORY

RESOURCES Alberta revamps energy regulator in bid to polish environmental image
With pipelines under attack, railways lead race to move oil
Plains Midstream chastised for handling of massive Alberta pipeline spill

ENERGY
Video: Athabasca spill adds to Alberta oil's image problem

OIL
Video: A long journey down the controversial Keystone XL pipeline route

VIDEO
Video: Why the future of Alberta's oil lies in the U.S. Gulf Coast
The spill was first spotted on June 1. But not until Wednesday did Houston-based Apache Corp. release estimates of its size, which exceeds all of the major recent spills in North America. It comes amid heightened sensitivity about pipeline safety, as the industry faces broad public opposition to plans for a series of major new oil export pipelines to the U.S., British Columbia and eastern Canada.
[link to www.theglobeandmail.com]
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the quakes today are from last nights signals.

i wonder what this signal will entail?!
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This wasn't a signal, it was the actual quake. Signals are usually just thin lines, quakes are thick. Gotta keep in mind though, we have had two 6+ quakes that were almost a 7.0. Last night, the signal looked like a 7.5+ with some feeling it might even be a 8.5+

This was the signal of a large EQ
:eqsignal:

This was one of the large quakes.
:6.6 Nicaragua:
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Thanks for clearing that up!
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Any time. Just ask, someone on here will know or will research until their fingers are bloody!! lol
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hi Hi All!
Hope this finds all of you well! Got home late last night missed all of you so much been in the Boonies of Alaska for what seems like forever with no internet UGH! Things sure are popping off today EC see thing's are happening your way with the sinkhole stay safe hugs

I will answer everyone's PM's to me later today Thank You all for thinking of me. I have to see a client this AM and get a tire fixed WHEW!
It's 80+ here! Thank God I left Fairbanks it's gonna be over 90+ there tomorrow. Gotta go back in a few weeks.

TT you are right, I am kicking ----. lol.

Much love to you all I missed you sooooo much!

hf hugs

PS Luis Stay Safe I know that 6.5 was close to you. hf
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I missed you hon!!!!!!! bighug
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hi Hi All!
Hope this finds all of you well! Got home late last night missed all of you so much been in the Boonies of Alaska for what seems like forever with no internet UGH! Things sure are popping off today EC see thing's are happening your way with the sinkhole stay safe hugs

I will answer everyone's PM's to me later today Thank You all for thinking of me. I have to see a client this AM and get a tire fixed WHEW!
It's 80+ here! Thank God I left Fairbanks it's gonna be over 90+ there tomorrow. Gotta go back in a few weeks.

TT you are right, I am kicking ----. lol.

Much love to you all I missed you sooooo much!

hf hugs

PS Luis Stay Safe I know that 6.5 was close to you. hf
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I missed you hon!!!!!!! bighug
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Awwww Thanks WA I love the hug! smile_kiss
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06/15/2013 03:21 PM
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Wasn't there somethingon the 'you tel me' thread about a Greece EQ?
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06/15/2013 03:23 PM
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Containment of Colorado's Black Forest Fire now at 45% - @9NEWS
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Several high water rescues are occurring in the Springfield, Missouri, area - @breakingweather
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06/15/2013 03:24 PM
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Man we missed you AK!!!!


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Man we missed you AK!!!!


grouphug
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Awww... Thanks Mama hugs I missed you guys too! Have some video footage will try to get on here sights and scenes in Alaska downloading it now. Car tire appointment got changed to tomorrow so I can keep going from here :)
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06/15/2013 03:33 PM
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Talked about this a few weeks ago
Fracking Is Already Straining U.S. Water Supplies
As the level of hydraulic fracturing of oil and gas wells in the United States has intensified in recent years, much of the mounting public concern has centered on fears that underground water supplies could be contaminated with the toxic chemicals used in the well-stimulation technique that cracks rock formations and releases trapped oil and gas. But in some parts of the country, worries are also growing about fracking’s effect on water supply, as the water-intensive process stirs competition for the resources already stretched thin by drought or other factors.
Every fracking job requires 2 million to 4 million gallons of water, according to the Groundwater Protection Council. The Environmental Protection Agency, or EPA, has estimated that the 35,000 oil and gas wells used for fracking consume between 70 billion and 140 billion gallons of water each year. That’s about equal, EPA says, to the water use in 40 to 80 cities with populations of 50,000 people, or one to two cities with a population of 2.5 million each.
[link to thinkprogress.org]

good article
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Boy this sure is heating up Just breaking
Egypt cuts all ties with Syria, withdraws envoy - President Morsi
Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi said Egypt has decided to cut all ties with Syria starting Saturday and withdraw the envoy from Damascus, Reuters reported. Syria's embassy in Cairo is also to be closed.

"We have decided to close down the Syrian embassy in Cairo," said Morsi during a conference of Sunni Muslim clerics in support of the Syrian uprising at Cairo Indoor Stadium, according to local newspaper Ahram online. "The Egyptian envoy in Damascus will also be withdrawn."

The President added that Hezbollah, the Shiite Islamic militant group based in Lebanon, must leave Syria, adding "these are serious words".

"We stand against Hezbollah in its aggression against the Syrian people," he said. "There is no space or place for Hezbollah in Syria.”
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H1N1 cases rise sharply in Venezuela
June 15, 2013 – VENUZELA – The number of H1N1 swine flu cases rose sharply in Venezuela during the last week of May, the health ministry said Wednesday, refusing to disclose whether any deaths have been linked to the outbreak. Health Minister Isabel Iturria, explaining why deaths would not be reported, blamed “political or economic interests” for creating alarm over the outbreak. The ministry said there were 414 new cases of H1N1 in the week from May 26 to June 1, pushing the total number of cases from 724 to 1,138. The virus was detected for the first time in Venezuela in 2009. The current outbreak has surpassed one in 2011 that resulted in 900 cases and eight deaths.
[link to theextinctionprotocol.wordpress.com]

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New Read Just out....
‘Full Rip 9.0’: major Pacific Northwest quake, major shocker
Sandi Doughton’s “Full Rip 9.0” is an eye-opening look at the likelihood of a major earthquake in the Pacific Northwest, and the inevitable catastrophe if and when one hits. Doughton speaks June 18 at the Seattle Public Library.
“Full Rip” may make you a little jittery (and cause you to re-evaluate your family’s earthquake readiness), but it is a captivating read even as it challenges long-held assumptions — including the firmness of the ground under your feet.
[link to seattletimes.com]
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Not Good!
Toxic waste spill in northern Alberta biggest of recent disasters in North America
The substance is the inky black colour of oil, and the treetops are brown. Across a broad expanse of northern Alberta muskeg, the landscape is dead. It has been poisoned by a huge spill of 9.5 million litres of toxic waste from an oil and gas operation in northern Alberta, the third major leak in a region whose residents are now questioning whether enough is being done to maintain aging energy infrastructure.

MORE RELATED TO THIS STORY

RESOURCES Alberta revamps energy regulator in bid to polish environmental image
With pipelines under attack, railways lead race to move oil
Plains Midstream chastised for handling of massive Alberta pipeline spill

ENERGY
Video: Athabasca spill adds to Alberta oil's image problem

OIL
Video: A long journey down the controversial Keystone XL pipeline route

VIDEO
Video: Why the future of Alberta's oil lies in the U.S. Gulf Coast
The spill was first spotted on June 1. But not until Wednesday did Houston-based Apache Corp. release estimates of its size, which exceeds all of the major recent spills in North America. It comes amid heightened sensitivity about pipeline safety, as the industry faces broad public opposition to plans for a series of major new oil export pipelines to the U.S., British Columbia and eastern Canada.
[link to www.theglobeandmail.com]
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Just found an update on this they waited 10 days to report it!
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Thought some of you might want to see this as I know some of you are aspiring entrepreneur's :)
Article: Moonlighting Entrepreneurs Take the Night Shift
[link to www.livescience.com]
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WOW!
Massive Arching Sun Prominence Seen By Spacecraft | Video

NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory had a fantastic view of the eruption on June 13th, 2013. It occurred on the north western limb of the Sun and plasma can be seen flowing back to the surface along magnetic field lines. Credit: NASA / SDO / Mash Mix: SPACE.com
[link to www.space.com]
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Sakura-jima volcano, Japan produced one of the strongest and most violent explosions so far

Three powerful explosions at 22:05 and 23:58 UTC on June 12, and another at 4:26 UTC on June 13, 2013 announced the awakening of Sakura-jima volcano, Japan from it`s ten day slumber.
The latest explosion on June 13, 2013, was especially violent, possibly one of the strongest in quite a while, generating an ash plume as high as 6 km (20,000 ft) according to Tokyo VAAC.
[link to thewatchers.adorraeli.com]


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