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ALERT: Why did the USGS take almost all the USA Seismic Servers offline?!

 
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It is a precaution.

Since there is increased volcanic, earthquake, atmospheric, solar, magnetispheric and weather conditions. And since these conditions are becoming severe and likely to cause a major earthquake in the US in the near future. The USGS in cooperation with the US government has decided to prevent panic and unneccessary attention to these events and will briefly take them offline.

Since there is increased negative public discourse, anti-government hatred, illegal speech acts, unauthorized video material, treasonous and seditious slogans. And since these conditions are a direct threat to the welfare and safety of citizens and the continuous safe operation of their government, it is neccessary to briefly take offline some portions of the internet.

Precautions are important for your well-being.
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All but a few of the Seismic Servers for the USA were taken offline by the USGS.
[link to aslwww.cr.usgs.gov]

i know you can get some independent readings for a few locations here and there, but this makes me a bit nervous that they took mosT servers offline on this particular site
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They know!!!!!!
Rather they suspect, things like this happen all the time. the art of predictingthe quake is that it is like life when u feel attacked from all sides.
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Re: ALERT: Why did the USGS take almost all the USA Seismic Servers offline?!
It is a precaution.

Since there is increased volcanic, earthquake, atmospheric, solar, magnetispheric and weather conditions. And since these conditions are becoming severe and likely to cause a major earthquake in the US in the near future. The USGS in cooperation with the US government has decided to prevent panic and unneccessary attention to these events and will briefly take them offline.

Since there is increased negative public discourse, anti-government hatred, illegal speech acts, unauthorized video material, treasonous and seditious slogans. And since these conditions are a direct threat to the welfare and safety of citizens and the continuous safe operation of their government, it is neccessary to briefly take offline some portions of the internet.

Precautions are important for your well-being.
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Thanks for nothing. Your obtuse statement has just caused me a shit ton of panic.
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Re: ALERT: Why did the USGS take almost all the USA Seismic Servers offline?!
It is a precaution.

Since there is increased volcanic, earthquake, atmospheric, solar, magnetispheric and weather conditions. And since these conditions are becoming severe and likely to cause a major earthquake in the US in the near future. The USGS in cooperation with the US government has decided to prevent panic and unneccessary attention to these events and will briefly take them offline.

Since there is increased negative public discourse, anti-government hatred, illegal speech acts, unauthorized video material, treasonous and seditious slogans. And since these conditions are a direct threat to the welfare and safety of citizens and the continuous safe operation of their government, it is neccessary to briefly take offline some portions of the internet.

Precautions are important for your well-being.
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Thanks for nothing. Your obtuse statement has just caused me a shit ton of panic.
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Thats a sign of waking up. A bit of discomfort now is miles ahead of shock, disorientation, and bewilderment later. Redpill.

The terms redpill and its opposite, bluepill, are pop culture terms that have become a common symbol for the choice between the blissful ignorance of illusion (blue) and embracing the sometimes painful truth of reality (red). The terms were popularized in science fiction culture via the 1999 film The Matrix.
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Re: ALERT: Why did the USGS take almost all the USA Seismic Servers offline?!
Maybe they took em out so they could set off a few smaller explosions w/o no one noticing,

Hell, they could blame it one what's been goin on with the sun, "somehow" interfered with recording
Devices, and apparently caused the earthquake/disaster, and we kinda knew so we prepared and didn't wanna scare y'all , nothing to see here folks move along.

Its a damn movie we live in.
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It is a precaution.

Since there is increased volcanic, earthquake, atmospheric, solar, magnetispheric and weather conditions. And since these conditions are becoming severe and likely to cause a major earthquake in the US in the near future. The USGS in cooperation with the US government has decided to prevent panic and unneccessary attention to these events and will briefly take them offline.

Since there is increased negative public discourse, anti-government hatred, illegal speech acts, unauthorized video material, treasonous and seditious slogans. And since these conditions are a direct threat to the welfare and safety of citizens and the continuous safe operation of their government, it is neccessary to briefly take offline some portions of the internet.

Precautions are important for your well-being.
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Oh man! I'm sorry! I just said pretty much that! Sorry! Didn't get to the end before my reply :(
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hf

Wish I really knew why the usgs servers are offline, but if we pay attention nothing should surprise us.
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i always say...
there is not to much to worry about if we can still see the data. It is when the data is kept from us that we need to sit up and pay close attention
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i always say...
there is not to much to worry about if we can still see the data. It is when the data is kept from us that we need to sit up and pay close attention
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Man i have been saying that most of my life and im 44 LOL
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They had to run to Walmart and get some new batteries.
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:)
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...


hell no I'm not
common guys this is not a joke thread
I'm a registered member that registered when Kevin was still around here
and i have my facebook profile link on my GLP member profile page
i may also add i know many glp members on my facebook as well
 Quoting: NiNzrez

But hera a question...
Tell me if is true that you started to post threads exactly one week after Kevin suddenly dissipated?
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not true
kevin left on superbowl sunday when GLP was down
here is just 1 thread i had from around a month before then
Pole Reversal Going On Now! *Compiled List Of Proof *
Thread: Pole Reversal Going On Now! *Compiled List Of Proof * (UPDATED 02-07-11)
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NiNzrez:

You don't need to defend yourself. For someone to compare you to Kevin is ridiculous.
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I'm not comparing her to Kevin.
Never!
I said she maybe (and just maybe) is Kevin Martin, or one of his multiple personalities. I remember he said one of his personality was a blonde hair girl with heavy black liner. I'm just wondering... Maybe she is he!
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...

But hera a question...
Tell me if is true that you started to post threads exactly one week after Kevin suddenly dissipated?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1328184


not true
kevin left on superbowl sunday when GLP was down
here is just 1 thread i had from around a month before then
Pole Reversal Going On Now! *Compiled List Of Proof *
Thread: Pole Reversal Going On Now! *Compiled List Of Proof * (UPDATED 02-07-11)
 Quoting: NiNzrez


NiNzrez:

You don't need to defend yourself. For someone to compare you to Kevin is ridiculous.
 Quoting: arosebyanyothername

I'm not comparing her to Kevin.
Never!
I said she maybe (and just maybe) is Kevin Martin, or one of his multiple personalities. I remember he said one of his personality was a blonde hair girl with heavy black liner. I'm just wondering... Maybe she is he!
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Not even close.
She does research with an open mind.
He does neurotic ego freakouts.

BTW thanks for your threads Ninrez.
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We all know why 5a
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THIS.

do not trust USGS for accurate EQ info, PERIOD.
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It is a precaution.

Since there is increased volcanic, earthquake, atmospheric, solar, magnetispheric and weather conditions. And since these conditions are becoming severe and likely to cause a major earthquake in the US in the near future. The USGS in cooperation with the US government has decided to prevent panic and unneccessary attention to these events and will briefly take them offline.

Since there is increased negative public discourse, anti-government hatred, illegal speech acts, unauthorized video material, treasonous and seditious slogans. And since these conditions are a direct threat to the welfare and safety of citizens and the continuous safe operation of their government, it is neccessary to briefly take offline some portions of the internet.

Precautions are important for your well-being.
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Definition required for this term re: US government jurisdictions.

Thanks!
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Re: ALERT: Why did the USGS take almost all the USA Seismic Servers offline?!
a few have been brought back online
but for the most part, the majority are still not reporting data
[link to aslwww.cr.usgs.gov]

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used to work for ASL ( [link to alswww.cr.usgs.gov).] Most of their US seismic network is installed and operated by IRIS ( [link to www.iris.edu).] I know work for IRIS on the USArray and Transportable Array. Most of that data is funneled through the IRIS Array Network Facility in San Diego ( [link to anf.ucsd.edu)] before being piped to ASL. They (ANF) had major power issues, etc, with their server farm over the last week or two. Also, with the recent addition of new atmospheric pressure and infrasound instruments to the US seismic stations, the dataless seed volumes need to be updated. This has caused large parts of the array to be up and down for a bit. Never fear, the data is being stored locally at each station and will be used to backfill the network data orbs once everything is sorted out.

Of possible interest to the group, we will be installing new seismic stations through and around the New Madrid area over the next 2 months. They will be spaced 45KM apart in a grid and are mainly designed to record teleseismic events to be used in mantle tomography, but will record the smaller local stuff just fine. Larger local stuff will peg the sensors. These stations will also have the new pressure and infrasound sensors in them from the beginning. They will be used to monitor weather patterns and possibly identify/predict tornados before anyone sees them.
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used to work for ASL ( [link to alswww.cr.usgs.gov).] Most of their US seismic network is installed and operated by IRIS ( [link to www.iris.edu).] I know work for IRIS on the USArray and Transportable Array. Most of that data is funneled through the IRIS Array Network Facility in San Diego ( [link to anf.ucsd.edu)] before being piped to ASL. They (ANF) had major power issues, etc, with their server farm over the last week or two. Also, with the recent addition of new atmospheric pressure and infrasound instruments to the US seismic stations, the dataless seed volumes need to be updated. This has caused large parts of the array to be up and down for a bit. Never fear, the data is being stored locally at each station and will be used to backfill the network data orbs once everything is sorted out.

Of possible interest to the group, we will be installing new seismic stations through and around the New Madrid area over the next 2 months. They will be spaced 45KM apart in a grid and are mainly designed to record teleseismic events to be used in mantle tomography, but will record the smaller local stuff just fine. Larger local stuff will peg the sensors. These stations will also have the new pressure and infrasound sensors in them from the beginning. They will be used to monitor weather patterns and possibly identify/predict tornados before anyone sees them.
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Sounds like we may have someone who knows. If you are the real deal, thanks for chiming in.
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First, tptb limit our access to astronomical data thru the Data Denial Act ..

Then, the military limits our access to incoming celestial objects by calling them "space junk" and "classifying" their reporting ..

Then, tptb limit our access to information from radiation detection devices around the country ..

Now, tptb are limiting our access to information about seismic activity in most of the country.

Folks - not many people know it, but this all started with the discovery of "Planet X" in 1983.

Does anyone see a pattern here?

Last Edited by upstateny on 05/05/2011 10:33 AM
You can always tell a SHILL by how many posts they make on things they don't believe in.
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Oh - great find OP!!!!
You can always tell a SHILL by how many posts they make on things they don't believe in.
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First, tptb limit our access to astronomical data thru the Data Denial Act ..

Then, the military limits our access to incoming celestial objects by calling them "space junk" and "classifying" their reporting ..

Then, tptb limit our access to information from radiation detection devices around the country ..

Now, tptb are limiting our access to information about seismic activity in most of the country.

Folks - not many people know it, but this all started with the discovery of "Planet X" in 1983.

Does anyone see a pattern here?
 Quoting: upstateny


This was interesting to read...


[link to planet-x.150m.com]
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used to work for ASL ( [link to alswww.cr.usgs.gov).] Most of their US seismic network is installed and operated by IRIS ( [link to www.iris.edu).] I know work for IRIS on the USArray and Transportable Array. Most of that data is funneled through the IRIS Array Network Facility in San Diego ( [link to anf.ucsd.edu)] before being piped to ASL. They (ANF) had major power issues, etc, with their server farm over the last week or two. Also, with the recent addition of new atmospheric pressure and infrasound instruments to the US seismic stations, the dataless seed volumes need to be updated. This has caused large parts of the array to be up and down for a bit. Never fear, the data is being stored locally at each station and will be used to backfill the network data orbs once everything is sorted out.

Of possible interest to the group, we will be installing new seismic stations through and around the New Madrid area over the next 2 months. They will be spaced 45KM apart in a grid and are mainly designed to record teleseismic events to be used in mantle tomography, but will record the smaller local stuff just fine. Larger local stuff will peg the sensors. These stations will also have the new pressure and infrasound sensors in them from the beginning. They will be used to monitor weather patterns and possibly identify/predict tornados before anyone sees them.
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thank you so much for chiming in and dropping off this info for us :)
it would be interesting to see stations installed through the New Madrid area :)
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used to work for ASL ( [link to alswww.cr.usgs.gov).] Most of their US seismic network is installed and operated by IRIS ( [link to www.iris.edu).] I know work for IRIS on the USArray and Transportable Array. Most of that data is funneled through the IRIS Array Network Facility in San Diego ( [link to anf.ucsd.edu)] before being piped to ASL. They (ANF) had major power issues, etc, with their server farm over the last week or two. Also, with the recent addition of new atmospheric pressure and infrasound instruments to the US seismic stations, the dataless seed volumes need to be updated. This has caused large parts of the array to be up and down for a bit. Never fear, the data is being stored locally at each station and will be used to backfill the network data orbs once everything is sorted out.

Of possible interest to the group, we will be installing new seismic stations through and around the New Madrid area over the next 2 months. They will be spaced 45KM apart in a grid and are mainly designed to record teleseismic events to be used in mantle tomography, but will record the smaller local stuff just fine. Larger local stuff will peg the sensors. These stations will also have the new pressure and infrasound sensors in them from the beginning. They will be used to monitor weather patterns and possibly identify/predict tornados before anyone sees them.
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Thank you for the enlightenment. Makes sense.
Somewhat of a relief.
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used to work for ASL ( [link to alswww.cr.usgs.gov).] Most of their US seismic network is installed and operated by IRIS ( [link to www.iris.edu).] I know work for IRIS on the USArray and Transportable Array. Most of that data is funneled through the IRIS Array Network Facility in San Diego ( [link to anf.ucsd.edu)] before being piped to ASL. They (ANF) had major power issues, etc, with their server farm over the last week or two. Also, with the recent addition of new atmospheric pressure and infrasound instruments to the US seismic stations, the dataless seed volumes need to be updated. This has caused large parts of the array to be up and down for a bit. Never fear, the data is being stored locally at each station and will be used to backfill the network data orbs once everything is sorted out.

Of possible interest to the group, we will be installing new seismic stations through and around the New Madrid area over the next 2 months. They will be spaced 45KM apart in a grid and are mainly designed to record teleseismic events to be used in mantle tomography, but will record the smaller local stuff just fine. Larger local stuff will peg the sensors. These stations will also have the new pressure and infrasound sensors in them from the beginning. They will be used to monitor weather patterns and possibly identify/predict tornados before anyone sees them.
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Thank you for the enlightenment. Makes sense.
Somewhat of a relief.
 Quoting: wambli





Larger university's usually have sensor networks that run out of their colleges.

The UW in Seattle, Wa;

has the WWLN (World Wide Lightening Network)

[link to webflash.ess.washington.edu]

[link to www.pnsn.org]

Note the patterns in PSN - if you think these are normal, you are likely a shill, or need glasses.

Note the patterns that are similar in both?

Over time the strange patterns that are on the PNSN will cycle through the sensors and locations

Looking all over the world - these same patterns are showing up - but they are not coming from the ground.

They are not HAARP

Android phones are patched to dampen the sensors in apps like goog sky - because they are being triggered by the same frequencies that trigger the webicorders - and can't be stopped. even a simple program like a level, will show that there is a non-stop frequency being picked up by the sensors.

I'm going to just keep going - because while this may not be taken seriously now,,,

What is the source of these frequencies?

GRB/Cosmic Rays/Planetary RF --- note: some of these are stabilizing and/or are done in defense of the Earth.

Some are not friendlies - and it is personal - and are also indicated in stuff like the recent tornado's.

Some will intensify and then what will be called 'contrails' or 'chem trails' will be seen - they will often or always have 3 trails, and they are sidreal in nature ie from the Sky to the Earth.

Forget about chemtrails, HAAAP, ECTERA

See Pliny the Elder for reference to Celestial Lightning. Interesting connect the observed areas where rain made the ground catch fire, or appear to do this

Elemental Sodium?
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Sharing this link to seismic data....one of these was installed near us a week ago. I am just now getting to the site to look for data myself!


[link to portal.earthscope.org:8080]


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It is a precaution.

Since there is increased volcanic, earthquake, atmospheric, solar, magnetispheric and weather conditions. And since these conditions are becoming severe and likely to cause a major earthquake in the US in the near future. The USGS in cooperation with the US government has decided to prevent panic and unneccessary attention to these events and will briefly take them offline.

Since there is increased negative public discourse, anti-government hatred, illegal speech acts, unauthorized video material, treasonous and seditious slogans. And since these conditions are a direct threat to the welfare and safety of citizens and the continuous safe operation of their government, it is neccessary to briefly take offline some portions of the internet.

Precautions are important for your well-being.
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no, it is not a precaution! is just a distraction. Think!
is HAARP triggering a disaster at the New Madrid Fault?
7.500.000 m * 7.500.000 m * 7 m * 1.000 kg = 3.9375 10Exp17





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