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********** 2 buoys in event mode *****************

 
MudMan
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********** 2 buoys in event mode *****************
[link to www.ndbc.noaa.gov]

What the crap? It looks like the one in Indonesia dropped 100 Meters and has stayed there. Can anyone explain what the hell is going on there?
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08/30/2012 09:48 AM

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i think those are the same ones that have been going off for a day or 2.
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Who knows, can you provide a direct link instead of a website homepage???????
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08/30/2012 09:50 AM
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Who knows, can you provide a direct link instead of a website homepage???????
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Look for the 2 buoys flashing on that homepage, and then click on them for details. hf
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08/30/2012 09:58 AM
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My bad OP I see the map.. I'm not sure what's up with this, but it seems to happen often with no explanation. SO yesterday, the sea dropped a few hundred feet, rapidly, and now it's staying there??

I always see posts about this, yet there never is a definite answer of why it happened.

I saw one drop 1,000 feet once and everyone thought "tsunami" yet nothing ever happened and no factual explanation was given..

Do we have an expert buoy-master in the house?? Anyone?
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08/30/2012 10:01 AM
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Look at the one in Japan!! Fluctuation by 60-90 meters up and down about 15 times in less than 12 hours.. WTF
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08/30/2012 10:03 AM

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I'm tell'in ya all, I felt "something" about an hour ago and it was intense, like space and time overlapped or jumped ahead of themselves or something, just for a second or two.
Mayan Calendar and 2012-
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08/30/2012 10:06 AM
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[link to www.ndbc.noaa.gov]

What the crap? It looks like the one in Indonesia dropped 100 Meters and has stayed there. Can anyone explain what the hell is going on there?
 Quoting: MudMan


impossible
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08/30/2012 10:07 AM
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They are not working properly and will be replaced.
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08/30/2012 10:15 AM
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They are not working properly and will be replaced.
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How do you know this?
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08/30/2012 10:18 AM
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They are not working properly and will be replaced.
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How do you know this?
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Isn't it obvious? How can you explain this anomaly otherwise?
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They are not working properly and will be replaced.
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How do you know this?
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Isn't it obvious? How can you explain this anomaly otherwise?
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I tend to agree with you. Why are the nearby buoys not affected? That's why I was posting though. To see if there are more knowledgeable people who can shed some light for us.
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08/30/2012 10:41 AM
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They are not working properly and will be replaced.
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How do you know this?
 Quoting: MudMan


Isn't it obvious? How can you explain this anomaly otherwise?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 22468181


I tend to agree with you. Why are the nearby buoys not affected? That's why I was posting though. To see if there are more knowledgeable people who can shed some light for us.
 Quoting: MudMan


We are talking about 60-90-100m replacements and no one feels anything, only two buoys affected!! I also hope there is a different and more interesting explanation but it seems that it is a simple malfunction of the buoys.
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How do you know this?
 Quoting: MudMan


Isn't it obvious? How can you explain this anomaly otherwise?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 22468181


I tend to agree with you. Why are the nearby buoys not affected? That's why I was posting though. To see if there are more knowledgeable people who can shed some light for us.
 Quoting: MudMan


We are talking about 60-90-100m replacements and no one feels anything, only two buoys affected!! I also hope there is a different and more interesting explanation but it seems that it is a simple malfunction of the buoys.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 22468181


These are NOT malfunctions.

I have studied buoy activity in connection to earthquakes and plate movement for a while now.

This buoy by Indonesia is showing a seafloor rise.
Last time was 30 meters, this time is 110 meters.

This is a view line of the pressure from the last events:

826update

Now a Japan buoy is in event mode along with Indonesia.
BEFORE the Indonesia event, I warned to look for it:

"I believe it means the pressure is back in the Western Pacific.
Seafloor adjustments are a further possibility.
The Pacific will further be compressing and now the signs in those areas should pick up.
If there is more buoy activity from Alaska down to the Indonesian area then this next sequence will be of more certainty."

Quote from here: Thread: Plate movement watch underway! Java buoy going wild.. again! (Page 7)

Now another buoy is showing seafloor adjustments by Indonesia just as warned.
A lot of details and previous correct forecasts are all with the thread.
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Isn't it obvious? How can you explain this anomaly otherwise?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 22468181


I tend to agree with you. Why are the nearby buoys not affected? That's why I was posting though. To see if there are more knowledgeable people who can shed some light for us.
 Quoting: MudMan


We are talking about 60-90-100m replacements and no one feels anything, only two buoys affected!! I also hope there is a different and more interesting explanation but it seems that it is a simple malfunction of the buoys.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 22468181


These are NOT malfunctions.

I have studied buoy activity in connection to earthquakes and plate movement for a while now.

This buoy by Indonesia is showing a seafloor rise.
Last time was 30 meters, this time is 110 meters.

This is a view line of the pressure from the last events:

:826update:

Now a Japan buoy is in event mode along with Indonesia.
BEFORE the Indonesia event, I warned to look for it:

"I believe it means the pressure is back in the Western Pacific.
Seafloor adjustments are a further possibility.
The Pacific will further be compressing and now the signs in those areas should pick up.
If there is more buoy activity from Alaska down to the Indonesian area then this next sequence will be of more certainty."

Quote from here: Thread: Plate movement watch underway! Java buoy going wild.. again! (Page 7)

Now another buoy is showing seafloor adjustments by Indonesia just as warned.
A lot of details and previous correct forecasts are all with the thread.
 Quoting: bendinglight


I have seen your thread, good work but can you explain how a single buoy is affected at an area where a 100 meters seafloor rise occur?
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08/30/2012 11:31 AM

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I tend to agree with you. Why are the nearby buoys not affected? That's why I was posting though. To see if there are more knowledgeable people who can shed some light for us.
 Quoting: MudMan


We are talking about 60-90-100m replacements and no one feels anything, only two buoys affected!! I also hope there is a different and more interesting explanation but it seems that it is a simple malfunction of the buoys.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 22468181


These are NOT malfunctions.

I have studied buoy activity in connection to earthquakes and plate movement for a while now.

This buoy by Indonesia is showing a seafloor rise.
Last time was 30 meters, this time is 110 meters.

This is a view line of the pressure from the last events:

826update

Now a Japan buoy is in event mode along with Indonesia.
BEFORE the Indonesia event, I warned to look for it:

"I believe it means the pressure is back in the Western Pacific.
Seafloor adjustments are a further possibility.
The Pacific will further be compressing and now the signs in those areas should pick up.
If there is more buoy activity from Alaska down to the Indonesian area then this next sequence will be of more certainty."

Quote from here: Thread: Plate movement watch underway! Java buoy going wild.. again! (Page 7)

Now another buoy is showing seafloor adjustments by Indonesia just as warned.
A lot of details and previous correct forecasts are all with the thread.
 Quoting: bendinglight


I have seen your thread, good work but can you explain how a single buoy is affected at an area where a 100 meters seafloor rise occur?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 22468181


This movement didn't happen all at once.
Tsunami happens from quick, sudden large release of pressure usually in a focused direction.
This buoy event showed a slow event starting from 9 UT ending at about 21 UT.
That's 12 hours long!
As the seafloor rises slowly waters spreads out in all directions.
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08/30/2012 11:34 AM
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Re: ********** 2 buoys in event mode *****************
Cthulhu rising. No joke.
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09/03/2012 05:36 AM
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Yup weird shit going on out there and moments later a 7.6 earthquake in the philipines hmmmmmm
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For the record there are VERY large tidal differences in that neck of the woods, and it was a full moon two days ago, signalling a supertide.

This may partly explain the discrepancies, but it is likely too the booo-eees are not working correctly, and may have been unjustly pushed to the point of BS'ing data by the rather large, and sudden, supertide on full moon which caught them unawares.
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Re: ********** 2 buoys in event mode *****************
So you say the buoys are not working correctly those buoys are marked in red and they do not show data anymore.

The buoys here are still recording data and appear to be working perfectly normal.


[link to www.ndbc.noaa.gov]

Hell they even shove a graph up your ass at the buoy 53046 site.

So why can't you tards just accept the facts that are right in front of your face.

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How do you know this?
 Quoting: MudMan


Isn't it obvious? How can you explain this anomaly otherwise?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 22468181


I tend to agree with you. Why are the nearby buoys not affected? That's why I was posting though. To see if there are more knowledgeable people who can shed some light for us.
 Quoting: MudMan


We are talking about 60-90-100m replacements and no one feels anything, only two buoys affected!! I also hope there is a different and more interesting explanation but it seems that it is a simple malfunction of the buoys.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 22468181


obomas wife,whats her name jumped into the water. her fat a$$ made the bouys act up
gore will say its ice melting

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