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whiteangel

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Its time to see the mockingjay!
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A fan of Hunger Games??!! Love the series and yes eye opening.
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hi

haven't had a chance to catch up, so if this was already posted, sorry about that ...

Largest Supermoon of the Year Peaks This Weekend
[link to www.wunderground.com]

grouphug
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I know! Here I am, 3:00am and wide awake, last night didn't sleep til 5:30am. Moon is 3 miles closer as per article due to earth's gravitational pull, that's a lot of pull. Makes the cerebral spinal fluid back up ever so slightly into the brain stem, unpleasant and uncomfortable. If you work with head trauma patients, you see them regress DRAMATICALLY during full moon, cognitive impairment, irritability and incontinence right on cue, like clockwork. Once full moon's over, they return to former higher level functioning. ER personnel can tell us all about the rest of the population on full moons. Not much science data to support the claims thought. Makes you go hmmmmmm
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hi

haven't had a chance to catch up, so if this was already posted, sorry about that ...

Largest Supermoon of the Year Peaks This Weekend
[link to www.wunderground.com]

grouphug
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I know! Here I am, 3:00am and wide awake, last night didn't sleep til 5:30am. Moon is 3 miles closer as per article due to earth's gravitational pull, that's a lot of pull. Makes the cerebral spinal fluid back up ever so slightly into the brain stem, unpleasant and uncomfortable. If you work with head trauma patients, you see them regress DRAMATICALLY during full moon, cognitive impairment, irritability and incontinence right on cue, like clockwork. Once full moon's over, they return to former higher level functioning. ER personnel can tell us all about the rest of the population on full moons. Not much science data to support the claims thought. Makes you go hmmmmmm
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good night I1,
sleep well mate...

Water is no lubricant
by Staff Writers
Potsdam, Germany (SPX) Jun 17, 2013

Water in the Earth's crust and upper mantle may not play such an important role as a lubricant of plate tectonics as previously assumed. This is a result geoscientists present in the current issue of the scientific journal Nature (13/06/2013) after the examination of water in the mineral olivine.

full article.. [link to www.spacedaily.com]

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Johns Hopkins Researcher, Colleagues, Solve Mystery of X-ray Light Coming From Black Holes
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Baltimore MA (SPX) Jun 18, 2013

It is a mystery that has stymied astrophysicists for decades: how do black holes produce so many high-power X-rays? In a new study, astrophysicists from The Johns Hopkins University, NASA and the Rochester Institute of Technology conducted research that bridges the gap between theory and observation by demonstrating that gas spiraling toward a black hole inevitably results in X-ray emissions.

The paper states that as gas spirals toward a black hole through a formation called an accretion disk, it heats up to roughly 10 million degrees Celsius. The temperature in the main body of the disk is roughly 2,000 times hotter than the sun and emits low-energy or "soft" X-rays. However, observations also detect "hard" X-rays which produce up to 100 times higher energy levels.

full article.... [link to www.spacedaily.com]

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"Filamentary activity"

"While last week was quite a bummer with respect to sunspot activity, the chromosphere offered a much more appealing view. Indeed, during a few days, various filaments of medium length were visible all over the solar surface, with one even attaining 400.000 km."

cool images of past prominances etc from years gone by for a good comparison when people 'flip out'...

[link to sidc.oma.be]

and for those that dont have the Kanzel web address (i use this alot)... [link to cesar.kso.ac.at]

some nice prominances today as well...
[link to cesar.kso.ac.at]

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Waiting for news to post to YT.

SO posted this last night.

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Good Morning FOG,

Shine Brightly!

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Thanks T2..great job as always.
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Its time to see the mockingjay!
 Quoting: shadasonic


A fan of Hunger Games??!! Love the series and yes eye opening.
 Quoting: whiteangel


Just finished the second book , very cool and very possible.

Got a big Ozark hike today doing studies on red oak decline, spending time with mama nature all day no office time.rockon

Have a great day all, peace!

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“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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Its time to see the mockingjay!
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A fan of Hunger Games??!! Love the series and yes eye opening.
 Quoting: whiteangel


Just finished the second book , very cool and very possible.

Got a big Ozark hike today doing studies on red oak decline, spending time with mama nature all day no office time.rockon

Have a great day all, peace!
 Quoting: shadasonic


later Shad, stay safe brother
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HELP! I know this was discussed....why are the videos blacked out and does anyone know how I can fix it??


hf
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Hi Mama, had the same prob. Click the ripped paper icon up in the ip address bar, that should fix it.
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Thank you Isis!!!

hf
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Its time to see the mockingjay!
 Quoting: shadasonic


A fan of Hunger Games??!! Love the series and yes eye opening.
 Quoting: whiteangel


Just finished the second book , very cool and very possible.

Got a big Ozark hike today doing studies on red oak decline, spending time with mama nature all day no office time.rockon

Have a great day all, peace!
 Quoting: shadasonic


later Shad, stay safe brother
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NERD....you got a PM!!!!
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Oh this is just great!

[link to news.yahoo.com]


Surprising Trove of Gas Seeps Found Off East Coast

June 19, 2013 – SOUTH CAROLINA - On the seafloor just off of the U.S. East Coast lies a barely known world, explorations of which bring continual surprises. As recently as the mid-2000s, practically zero methane seeps — spots on the seafloor where gas leaks from the Earth's crust — were thought to exist off the East Coast; while one had been reported more than a decade ago, it was thought to be one of a kind. But in the past two years, additional studies have revealed a host of new areas of seafloor rich in seeps, said Laura Brothers, a research geologist at the U.S. Geological Survey. New technologies have allowed scientists to keep locating new seeps, including one that may be the largest in the world. The findings have changed geologists' understanding of the processes taking place beneath the seafloor. “These newly discovered [seafloor] communities show that there is much more seafloor methane venting then we previously thought, and suggests that there are many more seeps out there that we don't know about,” Brothers said.
An even larger, previously unknown vent was found off the coast of Virginia, in research by Steve Ross, a scientist at the University of North Carolina at Wilmington, and Sandra Brooke, a scientist at Florida State University. Discovered near the Norfolk submarine canyon, the vent is the largest in the Atlantic, and possibly in all of the world's oceans, Ross told LiveScience. North America's continental shelf, the underwater edge of the continent that borders the Atlantic Ocean basin, is littered with underwater canyons etched by rivers thousands of years ago when the region was above sea level
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3.1
DateTime: 2013-06-19 14:11:50
Region: Greater Los Angeles area, California
Depth: 5.7
Source: USGS Feed
[link to quakes.globalincidentmap.com]
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hi
hugs
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LOUISIANA: WATERSPOUT NEAR GRAND ISLE. NWS CONFIRMS MINOR DAMAGE. WWLTV
Great pic!
[link to twitpic.com]

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Hey F.O.G and lurkers! hf


We have some signals showing up
[link to geophysics.eas.gatech.edu]

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Scientists fear tension building on dangerous fault near Istanbul, Turkey
June 19, 2013 – TURKEY – German and Turkish scientists on Tuesday said they had pinpointed an extremely dangerous seismic zone less than 20 kilometers (12 miles) from the historic heart of Istanbul. Running under the Sea of Marmara just south of the city of some 15 million people, this segment of the notorious North Anatolian fault has been worryingly quiet in recent years, which may point to a buildup in tension, they wrote. “The block we identified reaches 10 kilometers (about six miles) deep along the fault zone and has displayed no seismic activity since measurements began over four years ago,” said Marco Bohnhoff, a professor at the German Research Centre for Geosciences (GFZ) in Potsdam, near Berlin. “This could be an indication that the expected Marmara earthquake could originate there.” The North Anatolian fault, created by the collision of the Anatolia Plate with the Eurasia Plate, runs 1,500 kilometers (950 miles) along northern Turkey. At the western tip of the fault, an earthquake took place in 1912 at Ganos near the Aegean Sea. On its eastern side, a domino series of earthquakes in 1939, 1942, 1951, 1967 and 1999 displaced the stress progressively westwards, bringing it ever closer to Istanbul. What is left now is a so-called earthquake gap under the Sea of Marmara, lying between the two fault stretches whose stress has been eased by the quakes. The “gap” itself, however, has not been relieved by an earthquake since 1766. Seeking a more precise view of the gap, the GFZ and Istanbul’s Kandilli Earthquake Observatory set up a network of seismic monitors in the eastern part of the sea. They calculate that the Anatolian fault normally has a westward motion of between 25 and 30 millimeters (one to 1.2 inches) per year.

But this natural slippage is being blocked by a small section, about 30 km (19 miles) long, located under a chain of nine small islands known as the Princes Islands — a popular destination for day-trippers from Istanbul. “The seismic silence along the Princes Islands segment stands in contrast to the background activity in the broader Izmit-Marmara region,” warns the study published in the journal Nature Communications. The paper says that, conceivably, stress under the Princes Islands is being relieved “aseismically,” in other words, the pressure is being eased so gradually as to be undetectable. But this scenario is unlikely, it says. “Our evidence indicates that this patch is locked and is therefore a potential nucleation point for another Marmara segment earthquake — a potential that has significant natural hazards implications” for Istanbul, it warns. The study does not make any prediction about the size of any future quake or when it could occur. But it notes an estimate published in 2004 that found a 35-to-70 percent probability that the “gap” will be struck by an earthquake greater than magnitude seven by 2034. Other scientists have also pointed to the possibility of several smaller “en echelon” type quakes, which may generate less ground motion but are likelier to cause tsunamis because they displace the sea floor. The last big quakes on the North Anatolian fault in 1999 — a 7.1-magnitude quake in Duzce and 7.4-magnitude quake in Izmit — left some 20,000 people dead.
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Climate chaos: after record winter cold, Alaska bakes in record heat-wave

This beach is 15 minutes from me!
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Got this but nothing yet on the EQ Sites

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BREAKING: Quake shakes Chile, buildings sway in capital of Santiago -


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5.7
DateTime: 2013-06-19 16:29:12
Region: Mendoza, Argentina
Depth: 96
Source: CSEM-EMSC Feed
[link to quakes.globalincidentmap.com]

[link to earthquake.usgs.gov]
Shows it to be 60km ENE of Los Andes, Chile
2013-06-19 15:29:11 UTC-06:00

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Got this but nothing yet on the EQ Sites

NewsBreaker ‏@NewsBreaker 2m
BREAKING: Quake shakes Chile, buildings sway in capital of Santiago -


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Just saw that! hi
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ARIZONA: INCREDIBLE PHOTO FROM DOCE FIRE NEAR PRESCOTT. HUNDREDS EVACUATED. AT LEAST 7,000 ACRES BURNED.
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Some pretty good size strikes showing here
[link to www.merriott-astro.co.uk]
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verysad
BREAKING NEWS - JAMES GANDOLFINI WHO FAMOUSLY PLAYED TONY SOPRANO ON 'THE SOPRANOS' HAS DIED EARLIER TODAY.
Reported a heart attack while filming in Italy he was 51. CNN reporting he had a massive heart attack.

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Thought some might be interested in this
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Wow! Mars Rover Captures Stunning Billion-Pixel Photo of Red Planet
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Finally got a break and was signing in. There was just a huge explosion....boom followed by the house shaking. Its not on the property....but I'm going to see if I can figure out where it came from. Guessing a rig.
“My religion is nature. That’s what arouses those feelings of wonder and mysticism and gratitude in me.”
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Cool!
Behold a piece of art that could only be created in zero gravity
What do you do if you're a physicist and want to get experiments done in microgravity, but can't drum up the cash to go to space? You use magnets to both get results and make a picture that looks like it came out of 2001: A Space Odyssey.

There's a limited amount of room out there on the International Space Station, and so there are only so many experiments that can be done there. This is unfortunate, because scientists have found that some interesting things happen in microgravity. One of them is the apparent self-organization of liquids and solids into something that looks like a bow on a Christmas packet going through a wormhole.

In regular gravity, when you put solids and liquids together, the most dense stuff sinks to the bottom of the container. Gravity pulls on all of it, and the dense material shoulders the lighter material aside to form a layer at the bottom. In microgravity, density doesn't really matter. The solid (in this case particles of bismuth and bismuth spheres) will just float around in the liquid. When the entire container is vibrated the whole thing self-organizes into a sort of flying knot of bismuth particles.

[link to io9.com]
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Finally got a break and was signing in. There was just a huge explosion....boom followed by the house shaking. Its not on the property....but I'm going to see if I can figure out where it came from. Guessing a rig.
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Goodness...I hate it when that happens..NOTHING. I can find NOTHING. I learned there were several calls across the county about the noise. I could see no smoke, hear no emergency vehicles. My kiddo is at camp and her friends mom called so upset she called the camp that's an hour away to make sure our kids were okay. How can you have an event so strong you can feel the compression...it shakes the house, and makes a boom and no one knows what it is?? No meteor reports, no plane crash, no gas rig explosion. UGH!!!
“My religion is nature. That’s what arouses those feelings of wonder and mysticism and gratitude in me.”
Oliver Sacks