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whiteangel

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Here's a pretty cool article about time was written in 2009 but it has been up-dated a few times

Time Is Speeding Up : Everything Is Changing ... 2012 !
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Scientists discovered many years ago that the earth gives off a pulse. This pulse or frequency which has been likened to a heartbeat has been stable at approximately 7.8 cycles per second for thousands of years. However, since around the year 1980 the earth’s heartbeat began to speed up. It has currently been measured at 12 cycles per second but the most incredible thing is some scientists believe the earth will actually stop rotating when this pulse reaches 13 cycles per second. When the earth stops rotating on its axis it is believed that it will remain still for around 3 days and then start spinning in the other direction.
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If that 3 days lands on the dark side for the Middle East area, that would fulfill Biblical prophecy.
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The world is beautiful.

It's a big, wide, wonderful world we live in,
and to share with our beautiful fellow inhabitants:

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Hi AKO!! That was spectacular, the next more fabulous than last! Those Percherons were gorgeous! Thanks for posting.
Spread the word, change the collective conscious......
THERE IS MORE THAN ENOUGH OF EVERYTHING TO GO AROUND

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The world is beautiful.

It's a big, wide, wonderful world we live in,
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Thank you for that AKO, it was beautiful and some were so funny we laughed
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Type: EarthQuake
25 minutes ago
Magnitude: 6.1
DateTime: 2013-06-16 16:39:09
Region: Crete, Greece
Depth: 40
Source: USGS Feed
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Here is Astral Travelers latest video.

Things that make you go hummm..


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Type: EarthQuake
25 minutes ago
Magnitude: 6.1
DateTime: 2013-06-16 16:39:09
Region: Crete, Greece
Depth: 40
Source: USGS Feed
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That's 2 6+ quakes in two days in that area and a lot of big aftershocks. Could it be foreshocks? There have been some huge ones in Greece in the recent past.

1903 08 11 - Southern Greece - M 8.3
1965 03 31 - Central Greece - M 7.1
1954 04 30 - Greece - M 7.1
1953 08 12 - Kefallinia, Greece - M 7.1
2008 02 14 - Southern Greece - M 6.9
1981 02 24 - Greece - M 6.8
2006 01 08 - Southern Greece - M 6.7
1995 05 13 - Greece - M 6.6
1978 06 20 - Greece - M 6.6

More at link:
[link to earthquake.usgs.gov]

And the Colossus of Rhodes was destroyed by a huge quake.

Edit to add...Forgot to mention Santorini. Big volcano!

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Mark 13:20 And except that the Lord had shortened those days, no flesh should be saved: but for the elect's sake, whom he hath chosen, he hath shortened the days.
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Officials: Gas being found under homes near giant Louisiana sinkhole — 100% of lower explosive limit — Hydrogen sulfide also detected

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Mark 13:20 And except that the Lord had shortened those days, no flesh should be saved: but for the elect's sake, whom he hath chosen, he hath shortened the days.
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"The Great Attractor" --Is Something is Pulling Our Region of the Universe Towards a Colossal Unseen Mass?
A busy patch of space has been captured in the image below from the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope. Scattered with many nearby stars, the field also has numerous galaxies in the background. Located on the border of Triangulum Australe (The Southern Triangle) and Norma (The Carpenter’s Square), this field covers part of the Norma Cluster (Abell 3627) as well as a dense area of our own galaxy, the Milky Way.

The Norma Cluster is the closest massive galaxy cluster to the Milky Way, and lies about 220 million light-years away. The enormous mass concentrated here, and the consequent gravitational attraction, mean that this region of space is known to astronomers as the Great Attractor, and it dominates our region of the Universe.
Recent evidence from the European Space Agency's Atacama Desert telescopes in Chile appears to contradict the "great attractor" theory. Astronomers have theorized for years that something unknown appears to be pulling our Milky Way and tens of thousands of other galaxies toward itself at a breakneck 22 million kilometers (14 million miles) per hour. But they couldn’t pinpoint exactly what, or where it is.

A huge volume of space that includes the Milky Way and super-clusters of galaxies is flowing towards a mysterious, gigantic unseen mass named mass astronomers have dubbed "The Great Attractor," some 250 million light years from our Solar System.

The Milky Way and Andromeda galaxies are the dominant structures in a galaxy cluster called the Local Group which is, in turn, an outlying member of the Virgo supercluster. Andromeda--about 2.2 million light-years from the Milky Way--is speeding toward our galaxy at 200,000 miles per hour.

This motion can only be accounted for by gravitational attraction, even though the mass that we can observe is not nearly great enough to exert that kind of pull. The only thing that could explain the movement of Andromeda is the gravitational pull of a lot of unseen mass--perhaps the equivalent of 10 Milky Way-size galaxies--lying between the two galaxies.

Meanwhile, our entire Local Group is hurtling toward the center of the Virgo Cluster (image above) at one million miles per hour.
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Nemesis
“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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"The Great Attractor" --Is Something is Pulling Our Region of the Universe Towards a Colossal Unseen Mass?
A busy patch of space has been captured in the image below from the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope. Scattered with many nearby stars, the field also has numerous galaxies in the background. Located on the border of Triangulum Australe (The Southern Triangle) and Norma (The Carpenter’s Square), this field covers part of the Norma Cluster (Abell 3627) as well as a dense area of our own galaxy, the Milky Way.

The Norma Cluster is the closest massive galaxy cluster to the Milky Way, and lies about 220 million light-years away. The enormous mass concentrated here, and the consequent gravitational attraction, mean that this region of space is known to astronomers as the Great Attractor, and it dominates our region of the Universe.
Recent evidence from the European Space Agency's Atacama Desert telescopes in Chile appears to contradict the "great attractor" theory. Astronomers have theorized for years that something unknown appears to be pulling our Milky Way and tens of thousands of other galaxies toward itself at a breakneck 22 million kilometers (14 million miles) per hour. But they couldn’t pinpoint exactly what, or where it is.

A huge volume of space that includes the Milky Way and super-clusters of galaxies is flowing towards a mysterious, gigantic unseen mass named mass astronomers have dubbed "The Great Attractor," some 250 million light years from our Solar System.

The Milky Way and Andromeda galaxies are the dominant structures in a galaxy cluster called the Local Group which is, in turn, an outlying member of the Virgo supercluster. Andromeda--about 2.2 million light-years from the Milky Way--is speeding toward our galaxy at 200,000 miles per hour.

This motion can only be accounted for by gravitational attraction, even though the mass that we can observe is not nearly great enough to exert that kind of pull. The only thing that could explain the movement of Andromeda is the gravitational pull of a lot of unseen mass--perhaps the equivalent of 10 Milky Way-size galaxies--lying between the two galaxies.

Meanwhile, our entire Local Group is hurtling toward the center of the Virgo Cluster (image above) at one million miles per hour.
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Nemesis
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Was thinking the same thing...hiding
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EC I'm thinking of you as I am sure everyone else on this thread. Hope you decide to head North Girlfriend. Much Love. hf
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Type: EarthQuake
25 minutes ago
Magnitude: 6.1
DateTime: 2013-06-16 16:39:09
Region: Crete, Greece
Depth: 40
Source: USGS Feed
 Quoting: Tiny Trink


That's 2 6+ quakes in two days in that area and a lot of big aftershocks. Could it be foreshocks? There have been some huge ones in Greece in the recent past.

1903 08 11 - Southern Greece - M 8.3
1965 03 31 - Central Greece - M 7.1
1954 04 30 - Greece - M 7.1
1953 08 12 - Kefallinia, Greece - M 7.1
2008 02 14 - Southern Greece - M 6.9
1981 02 24 - Greece - M 6.8
2006 01 08 - Southern Greece - M 6.7
1995 05 13 - Greece - M 6.6
1978 06 20 - Greece - M 6.6

More at link:
[link to earthquake.usgs.gov]

And the Colossus of Rhodes was destroyed by a huge quake.

Edit to add...Forgot to mention Santorini. Big volcano!
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I hope not there was something about Greece/Rome on the 'u tel me' thread gonna go look for it.
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Biological Hazard in USA on Monday, 17 June, 2013 at 03:25 (03:25 AM) UTC.
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The Indian River Lagoon on Florida's east coast has long been known as the most diverse ecosystem in North America. Its 156 miles of water boast more than 600 species of fish and more than 300 kinds of birds. The lagoon is not just an ecological treasure. To the towns along its edge — Titusville, Cocoa, Melbourne, Vero Beach and Stuart, among others — it accounts for hundreds of millions in revenue from angling, boating, bird-watching, tourism and other waterfront activities. But these days the Indian River Lagoon has become known as a killing zone. Algae blooms wiped out more than 47,000 acres of its sea grass beds, which one scientist compared to losing an entire rainforest in one fell swoop. Then, beginning last summer, manatees began dying. As of last week, 111 manatees from Indian River Lagoon had died under mysterious circumstances. Soon pelicans and dolphins began showing up dead too — more than 300 pelicans and 46 dolphins so far. How bad is it? In the past week, a dolphin a day has turned up dead in the lagoon, said Megan Stolen, a research scientist at Hubbs-SeaWorld Research Institute.

"When you lose the manatees, pelicans and dolphins, you know something is going on," said Marty Baum of Indian Riverkeeper, a nonprofit environmental group that tries to act as a steward for the lagoon and the Indian River that flows into it. Yet so far nobody can name the killer. Biologists have some suspicions but are baffled about any connection among the species' problems. The diets are different: Manatees are vegetarians, while pelicans and dolphins eat fish. The symptoms are different: The manatees' stomachs are stuffed, while the pelicans and dolphins are emaciated. Baum's family has lived around the lagoon since the 1860s, but he can't remember anything like this ever happening. The lagoon has had algae blooms before. None of them were like the one that hit it in 2011. Experts called the explosion of the greenish Resultor species a "superbloom" because it covered nearly 131,000 acres and lasted from early spring to late fall. Then came the "brown tide" algae bloom last summer, tinting the water a chocolate brown. The algae, Aureoumbra lagunensis, have been a recurring problem in Texas. Why it suddenly showed up in Florida is another mystery. The algae blooms shade out sunlight needed by sea grass. By the time the algae was done, the lagoon had lost more than half its sea grass, essential to nurturing fish and other marine species.

Then came what Pat Rose of the Save the Manatee Club called "a cascade of events." The mysterious manatee die-off began in the northern part of the lagoon last July, hit its peak around March and now produces another dead manatee about every two weeks, said Martine DeWit of the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission. Biologists at a state laboratory in St. Petersburg examine every dead manatee that's found in Florida for a cause of death. But the Indian River Lagoon manatees have them stumped. The manatees appeared to have abruptly sickened and drowned. Normally manatees eat sea grass. With much of the sea grass gone, the manatees turned to eating a red sea weed called gracilaria. But so far there is no sign that played any role in their deaths, DeWit said. The lab is continuing to test for viruses, pollutants or something else. Similar tests are being run on the dead pelicans and dolphins. Stolen of Hubbs-SeaWorld said the dolphin die-off first became evident in January and has not let up since.

And the lagoon's 700 dolphins are already somewhat beleaguered. They tend to suffer from high levels of mercury. In fact, research by the Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institution at Florida Atlantic University has found that there's so much mercury in the lagoon's fish that people who eat them have higher mercury concentrations in their tissues than those who eat imported fish. Scientists caught a break Friday when a kayaker discovered an ailing, sunburned, underweight dolphin stranded in the shallows, Stolen said. Rescuers were able to capture it for rehabilitation, and they hope it offers clues to what killed the others. When it comes to naming the cause, the list of suspects rivals a game of Clue. Stormwater runoff filled with fertilizer and other nutrient pollution has been blamed for fueling the algae blooms. Other theories point to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers dumping polluted water from Lake Okeechobee, changes in water temperature or salt levels, overflow from contaminated mosquito-control ditches, even climate change, which is boosting the acidity of the world's oceans. The Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute had hoped for $2 million in state money this year for a study of the lagoon's water chemistry, but Gov. Rick Scott vetoed the appropriation.
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Earth-Passing Asteroid is “An Entirely New Beast”
On the last day of May 2013 asteroid 1998 QE2 passed relatively closely by our planet, coming within 6 million kilometers… about 15 times the distance to the Moon. While there was never any chance of an impact by the 3 km-wide asteroid and its surprise 750 meter satellite, astronomers didn’t miss out on the chance to observe the visiting duo as they soared past as it was a prime opportunity to learn more about two unfamiliar members of the Solar System.
By bouncing radar waves off 1998 QE2 from the giant dish at the Arecibo Observatory in Puerto Rico, researchers were able to construct visible images of the asteroid and its ocean-liner-sized moon, as well as obtain spectrum data from NASA’s infrared telescope in Hawaii. What they discovered was quite surprising: QE2 is nothing like any asteroid ever seen near Earth.

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The world is beautiful.

It's a big, wide, wonderful world we live in,
and to share with our beautiful fellow inhabitants:

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blwkss
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Hi AKO!! That was spectacular, the next more fabulous than last! Those Percherons were gorgeous! Thanks for posting.
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Glad you all enjoyed them. I want to ride one of those horses and the frog was awesome! Nice to enjoy things other than DOOM..hugs
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Hi All,

Here is the weekly astrology forecast..

[link to anneortelee.com]


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"You are responsible for the Energy you bring into a space" ~ Dr. Jill Bolte Taylor

Shine Brightly as someone is needing your Inner Light to find theirs.
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Here is a new video posted by Astral Traveler, I have not watched it, no time this morning.


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"You are responsible for the Energy you bring into a space" ~ Dr. Jill Bolte Taylor

Shine Brightly as someone is needing your Inner Light to find theirs.
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Good Morning FOG,

Sorry forgot to say that in the earlier posts.

Shine Brightly!

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"You are responsible for the Energy you bring into a space" ~ Dr. Jill Bolte Taylor

Shine Brightly as someone is needing your Inner Light to find theirs.
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Here is a new video posted by Astral Traveler, I have not watched it, no time this morning.


[link to www.youtube.com]




Much Love,

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Hi everyone, still out on the road, but reading everyday when Wi-Fi available, thanks as always!

TT2 these videos are really in-depth and deserve discussion - if we can get Shad and SeptenaryMan and some of the SOL experts, Suspicious Observer and Nin to weigh in or be made aware of this research, it would make for some good discussion! Do you think this is BendingLight? Fascinating info and lots of visuals to back up his questions for sure, thanks for sharing them here!

AK that Indian River Lagoon story is literally happening across the street from us in Florida, the lagoon is basically in the front yard where we live, sad state of affairs there.

Everyone take care, you are appreciated!
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hi Morning All!
Just in! article with graphics
New 'Embryonic' Subduction Zone Found
June 17, 2013 — A new subduction zone forming off the coast of Portugal heralds the beginning of a cycle that will see the Atlantic Ocean close as continental Europe moves closer to America.


Published in Geology, new research led by Monash University geologists has detected the first evidence that a passive margin in the Atlantic ocean is becoming active. Subduction zones, such as the one beginning near Iberia, are areas where one of the tectonic plates that cover Earth's surface dives beneath another plate into the mantle -- the layer just below the crust.
Lead author Dr João Duarte, from the School of Geosciences said the team mapped the ocean floor and found it was beginning to fracture, indicating tectonic activity around the apparently passive South West Iberia plate margin.
"What we have detected is the very beginnings of an active margin -- it's like an embryonic subduction zone," Dr Duarte said.
"Significant earthquake activity, including the 1755 quake which devastated Lisbon, indicated that there might be convergent tectonic movement in the area. For the first time, we have been able to provide not only evidences that this is indeed the case, but also a consistent driving mechanism."
The incipient subduction in the Iberian zone could signal the start of a new phase of the Wilson Cycle -- where plate movements break up supercontinents, like Pangaea, and open oceans, stabilise and then form new subduction zones which close the oceans and bring the scattered continents back together.
[link to www.sciencedaily.com]


Related Stories
Western Indian Ocean Earthquake and Tsunami Hazard Potential Greater Than Previously Thought (May 13, 2013) — Earthquakes similar in magnitude to the 2004 Sumatra earthquake could occur in an area beneath the Arabian Sea at the Makran subduction zone, according to recent ... > read more
[link to www.sciencedaily.com]

Rocky Mountains Originated from Previously Unknown Oceanic Plate (Apr. 3, 2013) — The mountain ranges of the North American Cordillera are made up of dozens of distinct crustal blocks. A new study clarifies their mode of origin and identifies a previously unknown oceanic plate ... > read more
[link to www.sciencedaily.com]

Slammed today but will try to jump back on.Keeping an eye on SE AK elbow-Canadian coast (Just a hunch)
Much Love hugs

Sorry I haven't answered PM's yet will get to them today I promise hf

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Saudi Arabia reports four more deaths from MERS coronavirus
June 17, 2013 – SAUDI ARABIA – Thirty-three people are dead from MERS, a coronavirus that the World Health Organization (WHO) is calling a “threat to the entire world”. MERS, for Middle East Respiratory Syndrome, is a newly discovered virus that causes severe respiratory infection. There have been 58 laboratory-confirmed cases world-wide since the virus was discovered last September. Saudi Arabia claims about half of all cases of MERS. Some 30 people have died. Alarm bells are not over what has been MERS has done, but for what it has the potential to do. These statistics were published by WHO on June 14. On June 15th, three new cases and another death were advised, rendering daily WHO updates instantly out of date. By the time this story is published, numbers will rise. By June 17, Saudi Arabia has confirmed four more deaths. The bug is a variant of Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS), a virus that emerged in Asia over a decade ago. That disease spread rapidly, infecting over 8,000 people and killing nearly 800 before mysteriously disappearing. Last year, the first case of this new virus was recorded when a Saudi man developed the infection and died. It was several months before a second man was stricken. Concerns arose that transmission would exponentially increase during the 2012 Hajj, when millions of Muslims made pilgrimage to the Saudi holy city of Mecca, but no outbreak occurred and alarm over the unnamed virus (simply called “SARS-like”) quieted. But it’s back in the news with two known cases of Mecca pilgrims falling fatally ill this year. In February, a British pilgrim died after infecting two family members.
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Small leak in reactor coolant vent line at Perry Nuclear Power Plant prompts nuclear plant shutdown

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What an Idiot! Can't make this stuff up! lol.
Bear mauls man: Animal was 'goaded' into attack
Bear mauls man who offered it barbecue meat at a campground in Alaska. The man was treated for puncture wounds and scratches after being mauled by the bear. The animal isn't likely to threaten other people, officials said.

A black bear mauled a man at a campground in Alaska, but the animal won't likely threaten other people, the state Department of Fish and Game said.


Spokesman Ken Marsh said the bear was "pretty much goaded" into the attack Saturday near Eklutna Lake Campground north of Anchorage because the man fed it meat from a church barbecue, the Anchorage Daily News

The man could be charged with illegally feeding wildlife, according to Alaska State Troopers spokeswoman Beth Ipsen. He had been drinking and went for a bike ride, taking some of the food along, she said. The man came across the bear and threw it a piece of meat. He then offered the bear another piece.

"That's when it kind of went ballistic," Ipsen said.
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I especially like the fact he went to a church picnic and was drinking? OK....

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Tuesday June 18 2013, 00:02:25 UTC 3 minutes ago Long Valley area, California 1.0 7.3 USGS Feed Detail
Tuesday June 18 2013, 00:00:59 UTC 4 minutes ago Long Valley area, California 1.9 8.0 USGS Feed Detail
Monday June 17 2013, 23:59:38 UTC 6 minutes ago Long Valley area, California 1.8 8.2 USGS Feed Detail
Monday June 17 2013, 23:58:33 UTC 7 minutes ago Long Valley area, California 2.2 7.6 USGS Feed Detail
Monday June 17 2013, 23:58:08 UTC 7 minutes ago Long Valley area, California 1.0 6.7 USGS Feed Detail
Monday June 17 2013, 23:58:00 UTC 7 minutes ago Long Valley area, California 2.0 8.3 USGS Feed Detail
Monday June 17 2013, 23:57:08 UTC 8 minutes ago Long Valley area, California 1.5 9.0 USGS Feed Detail
Monday June 17 2013, 23:57:02 UTC 8 minutes ago Long Valley area, California 2.3 8.5 USGS Feed Detail
Monday June 17 2013, 23:54:35 UTC 11 minutes ago Long Valley area, California 1.4 8.0 USGS Feed Detail
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Swarm going on here

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Tuesday June 18 2013, 00:02:25 UTC 3 minutes ago Long Valley area, California 1.0 7.3 USGS Feed Detail
Tuesday June 18 2013, 00:00:59 UTC 4 minutes ago Long Valley area, California 1.9 8.0 USGS Feed Detail
Monday June 17 2013, 23:59:38 UTC 6 minutes ago Long Valley area, California 1.8 8.2 USGS Feed Detail
Monday June 17 2013, 23:58:33 UTC 7 minutes ago Long Valley area, California 2.2 7.6 USGS Feed Detail
Monday June 17 2013, 23:58:08 UTC 7 minutes ago Long Valley area, California 1.0 6.7 USGS Feed Detail
Monday June 17 2013, 23:58:00 UTC 7 minutes ago Long Valley area, California 2.0 8.3 USGS Feed Detail
Monday June 17 2013, 23:57:08 UTC 8 minutes ago Long Valley area, California 1.5 9.0 USGS Feed Detail
Monday June 17 2013, 23:57:02 UTC 8 minutes ago Long Valley area, California 2.3 8.5 USGS Feed Detail
Monday June 17 2013, 23:54:35 UTC 11 minutes ago Long Valley area, California 1.4 8.0 USGS Feed Detail
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Swarm going on here
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Tuesday June 18 2013, 00:54:34 UTC 5 minutes ago Long Valley area, California 2.5 7.7 USGS Feed Detail
Tuesday June 18 2013, 00:43:37 UTC 16 minutes ago Long Valley area, California 1.1 6.6 USGS Feed Detail
Tuesday June 18 2013, 00:42:11 UTC 18 minutes ago Long Valley area, California 1.6 8.3 USGS Feed Detail
Tuesday June 18 2013, 00:41:33 UTC 18 minutes ago Long Valley area, California 1.4 8.1 USGS Feed Detail
Tuesday June 18 2013, 00:36:09 UTC 24 minutes ago Northern California 1.2 9.4 USGS Feed Detail
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hi Cool! Thanks I-7 hugs
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UFO over Paris? Unique Russian 4++ gen fighter to debut at Paris Air Show
Russia’s Sukhoi is ready to rock the 50th Paris Air Show at Le Bourget with the premiere of its cutting-edge Su-35 fighter. Super-maneuverable even for a Sukhoi, the Su-35 has been dubbed the “UFO” for its outstanding maneuverability.

the Su-35 surpasses practically all modern fighter jets such as France’s Rafale, Sweden’s Gripen, the Eurofighter 2000, and the modernized US F-15, F-16, and F-18. It is on a par with the fifth-generation US F-35 and F-22A, neither of which are currently on the market.
Look at the pics of this thing!
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Tuesday June 18 2013, 00:02:25 UTC 3 minutes ago Long Valley area, California 1.0 7.3 USGS Feed Detail
Tuesday June 18 2013, 00:00:59 UTC 4 minutes ago Long Valley area, California 1.9 8.0 USGS Feed Detail
Monday June 17 2013, 23:59:38 UTC 6 minutes ago Long Valley area, California 1.8 8.2 USGS Feed Detail
Monday June 17 2013, 23:58:33 UTC 7 minutes ago Long Valley area, California 2.2 7.6 USGS Feed Detail
Monday June 17 2013, 23:58:08 UTC 7 minutes ago Long Valley area, California 1.0 6.7 USGS Feed Detail
Monday June 17 2013, 23:58:00 UTC 7 minutes ago Long Valley area, California 2.0 8.3 USGS Feed Detail
Monday June 17 2013, 23:57:08 UTC 8 minutes ago Long Valley area, California 1.5 9.0 USGS Feed Detail
Monday June 17 2013, 23:57:02 UTC 8 minutes ago Long Valley area, California 2.3 8.5 USGS Feed Detail
Monday June 17 2013, 23:54:35 UTC 11 minutes ago Long Valley area, California 1.4 8.0 USGS Feed Detail
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Swarm going on here
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Tuesday June 18 2013, 00:54:34 UTC 5 minutes ago Long Valley area, California 2.5 7.7 USGS Feed Detail
Tuesday June 18 2013, 00:43:37 UTC 16 minutes ago Long Valley area, California 1.1 6.6 USGS Feed Detail
Tuesday June 18 2013, 00:42:11 UTC 18 minutes ago Long Valley area, California 1.6 8.3 USGS Feed Detail
Tuesday June 18 2013, 00:41:33 UTC 18 minutes ago Long Valley area, California 1.4 8.1 USGS Feed Detail
Tuesday June 18 2013, 00:36:09 UTC 24 minutes ago Northern California 1.2 9.4 USGS Feed Detail
 Quoting: AKObserver


If you zoom in to Mammoth Lake area and make sure to select all quakes for one day, it shows that there are 32 quakes for the area today!!
[link to earthquake.usgs.gov]

It is also at the tip of the Hilton Creek fault zone

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We have some big signals showing up!!

[link to geophysics.eas.gatech.edu]
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Hey F.O.G and Lurkers hugs


We have some big signals showing up!!

[link to geophysics.eas.gatech.edu]
 Quoting: Dettro


Just before 01:10 or?? Not seeing anything but little ones

Edit: nvm, was looking at:
[link to geophysics.eas.gatech.edu]

Are you showing gaps in data between 00:50 to just before 0100 and then again at just before 0100 onward?

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