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Buoy 52402 In Event Mode - 13 Ft. Drop North Of Papau New Guinea - Pacific Ocean Near Philippine Sea

 
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Buoy 52402 In Event Mode - 13 Ft. Drop North Of Papau New Guinea - Pacific Ocean Near Philippine Sea
[link to www.ndbc.noaa.gov]


It's going good folks!!! Looks like about a 13 ft drop right now.



Here's a GPS site you can plug the coordinates into

[link to boulter.com]
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Re: Buoy 52402 In Event Mode - 13 Ft. Drop North Of Papau New Guinea - Pacific Ocean Near Philippine Sea
Buoy 32401 is still in event mode as well...on the opposite side of the Pacific near South America.


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Nice Catch again OP! Dam i didn't realize that 32401 was still in event mode.. I checked your other thread about it the other day. Has it been going off non-stop since then? Whats going on?
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Re: Buoy 52402 In Event Mode - 13 Ft. Drop North Of Papau New Guinea - Pacific Ocean Near Philippine Sea
Looks like the most recent quake was a 5.1 and that was early this morning.

[link to earthquake.usgs.gov]
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Re: Buoy 52402 In Event Mode - 13 Ft. Drop North Of Papau New Guinea - Pacific Ocean Near Philippine Sea
Looks like the most recent quake was a 5.1 and that was early this morning.

[link to earthquake.usgs.gov]
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172 km deep and almost 24 hours ago probably isn't capable of causing a localized tsunami.
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And there was just a 4.7 that happened Feb 1 2012 2:43 GMT
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Re: Buoy 52402 In Event Mode - 13 Ft. Drop North Of Papau New Guinea - Pacific Ocean Near Philippine Sea
in Chile
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Re: Buoy 52402 In Event Mode - 13 Ft. Drop North Of Papau New Guinea - Pacific Ocean Near Philippine Sea
[link to earthquake.usgs.gov]

nearest event

this is however not enough to generate a wave of that magnitude.

There is a low pressure trough near the ITCZ north of Australia which could be producing High Seas due to strong winds. this would be the most probable, High seas can generate short lived rogue waves.
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Re: Buoy 52402 In Event Mode - 13 Ft. Drop North Of Papau New Guinea - Pacific Ocean Near Philippine Sea
interesting how the ocean can just suddenly sink 13 feet...and then recover just as fast. Or...maybe a sudden rise in the sea floor of that height...and then falling back down.
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interesting how the ocean can just suddenly sink 13 feet...and then recover just as fast. Or...maybe a sudden rise in the sea floor of that height...and then falling back down.
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not the sea floor that would generate a tsunami, the sudden rise and fall of the ocean occurs with rogue wave there is plenty of truthful info on them out there.
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Re: Buoy 52402 In Event Mode - 13 Ft. Drop North Of Papau New Guinea - Pacific Ocean Near Philippine Sea
interesting how the ocean can just suddenly sink 13 feet...and then recover just as fast. Or...maybe a sudden rise in the sea floor of that height...and then falling back down.
 Quoting: Idgits


I remember the Bp-Oil Spill,
there was one Video where we saw the Ocean Floor
really sucked in and out,
but i do not know if that Video was original or faked!

Do you remember that Video?
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Re: Buoy 52402 In Event Mode - 13 Ft. Drop North Of Papau New Guinea - Pacific Ocean Near Philippine Sea
I do remember Alexander Higgins documenting the shifting sea floor during the BP spill. Basically a methane pocket that burst out, causing the sea floor to swell then once it busted out the sea floor fell back to its original point. We discussed it here on GLP at length. The weights attched to this buoy could have risen with a swelling sea floor, showing a difference of 13 feet in depth. And then...the weights returned after the brief swell and return. A rogue wave may also be the culprit as pointed out. However...seems that the buoy is remaining in event mode for some time after just one disruption. And...to have happened the day before off Chile is a bit curious?
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Re: Buoy 52402 In Event Mode - 13 Ft. Drop North Of Papau New Guinea - Pacific Ocean Near Philippine Sea
[link to www.youtube.com]

skip to 30 seconds. the sea cracks open.
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Re: Buoy 52402 In Event Mode - 13 Ft. Drop North Of Papau New Guinea - Pacific Ocean Near Philippine Sea
and now ferry with 300+ sinks in the area?
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and now ferry with 300+ sinks in the area?
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Thread: A ferry carrying around 300 passengers is missing off the north coast of Papua
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Re: Buoy 52402 In Event Mode - 13 Ft. Drop North Of Papau New Guinea - Pacific Ocean Near Philippine Sea
I seem to recall on previous bouy discussions that it takes a while to reset a bouy from an event mode. Sometimes a long while.
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and now ferry with 300+ sinks in the area?
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Thread: A ferry carrying around 300 passengers is missing off the north coast of Papua
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That is very unnerving
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Re: Buoy 52402 In Event Mode - 13 Ft. Drop North Of Papau New Guinea - Pacific Ocean Near Philippine Sea
and now ferry with 300+ sinks in the area?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1185601


Thread: A ferry carrying around 300 passengers is missing off the north coast of Papua
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That is very unnerving
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This should be pinnedbump
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bump
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Re: Buoy 52402 In Event Mode - 13 Ft. Drop North Of Papau New Guinea - Pacific Ocean Near Philippine Sea
and now ferry with 300+ sinks in the area?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1185601


Thread: A ferry carrying around 300 passengers is missing off the north coast of Papua
 Quoting: NiNzrez


That is very unnerving
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Seemingly HAS to be connected, right?? Unnerving indeed.
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Re: Buoy 52402 In Event Mode - 13 Ft. Drop North Of Papau New Guinea - Pacific Ocean Near Philippine Sea
5ft drop. why do you say 13???
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5 meters
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Re: Buoy 52402 In Event Mode - 13 Ft. Drop North Of Papau New Guinea - Pacific Ocean Near Philippine Sea
National Data Buoy Center LIVE is showing activity way west of that too....???
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Re: Buoy 52402 In Event Mode - 13 Ft. Drop North Of Papau New Guinea - Pacific Ocean Near Philippine Sea
5ft drop. why do you say 13???
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1546575

It was even MORE thana 13 foot drop - closer to 14...

It was a 4.2 meter drop


2012 01 31 21 16 00 2 5861.995
...
2012 01 31 18 29 00 2 5857.705


4.2 m = 13.7795 '
OR 13 ' and 9.35 "
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Re: Buoy 52402 In Event Mode - 13 Ft. Drop North Of Papau New Guinea - Pacific Ocean Near Philippine Sea
[link to www.abs-cbnnews.com]


"...
The ship reportedly sank about 9 nautical miles (16 kms) off Finschhafen on the South Pacific nation's north coast, on its way from Kimbe on the island of New Britain to the mainland city of Lae, AMSA said.

The ship's owners, Rabaul Shipping, said it had no information what caused the accident, adding the vessel sank quickly and without sending a distress message.

"There is no sign of the Rabaul Queen," the company said in statement emailed to Reuters.
...
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[link to www.youtube.com]

skip to 30 seconds. the sea cracks open.
 Quoting: sleepless somebody


OMG were they sucked down under??????Reminds me of the parting of the Red Sea in the bible!!!!!Is the buoy in the same location as the sinking????????
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"...
The ship reportedly sank about 9 nautical miles (16 kms) off Finschhafen on the South Pacific nation's north coast, on its way from Kimbe on the island of New Britain to the mainland city of Lae, AMSA said.

The ship's owners, Rabaul Shipping, said it had no information what caused the accident, adding the vessel sank quickly and without sending a distress message.

"There is no sign of the Rabaul Queen," the company said in statement emailed to Reuters.
...
"
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 5759842


Intense.
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Re: Buoy 52402 In Event Mode - 13 Ft. Drop North Of Papau New Guinea - Pacific Ocean Near Philippine Sea
What I'm not understanding is that there are two buoys showing activity..but one is by Chile and the second one is on the west side of the Pacific. I know there was an EQ both places but since I don't understand all this map stuff....someone enlighten me please?
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Re: Buoy 52402 In Event Mode - 13 Ft. Drop North Of Papau New Guinea - Pacific Ocean Near Philippine Sea
i just called my uncle in philippines; he just confirmed he has brought in his tomato plants.
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Re: Buoy 52402 In Event Mode - 13 Ft. Drop North Of Papau New Guinea - Pacific Ocean Near Philippine Sea
this is pretty unreal.

a 14 foot wave basically capsized a LARGE boat....sending it to the bottom....one might think there would be some survivors floating around though right?

what time of day did the boat sink?

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