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Strong 6.9 Magnitude earthquake rattles Greece, Egypt, Jordan

 
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Strong 6.9 Magnitude earthquake rattles Greece, Egypt, Jordan
Strong 6.9 Magnitude earthquake rattles Greece, Egypt, Jordan

4:54 a.m. January 8, 2006

ATHENS, Greece – An undersea earthquake with a magnitude of at least 6.7 shook Greece on Sunday and was felt as far away as Egypt and Jordan, officials said.
The quake struck at 1.34 p.m. local time (6:34 a.m. EST) was centered near the island of Kythira, about 125 miles south of Athens, the Athens Geodynamic Institute said.


Three people were slightly injured, and Kythira's airport and buildings in the southern island of Crete suffered minor damage, authorities said.

The Athens Geodynamic Institute said the magnitude was 6.9, while the U.S Geological Survey said it measured 6.7.

The earthquake was felt in Cairo, Egypt, about 745 miles southeast of the epicenter, and in Amman, Jordan, but there were no immediate reports of damage or casualties.

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Wow! This was a big one.

From Jerusalem Post:

"The US Geological Survey, based in Colorado, and the National Earthquake Information Center in Denver gave a preliminary magnitude of 6.7, while the University of Thessaloniki, which also has a geodynamic institute, reported the quake had a preliminary magnitude of 6.9. The reason for the discrepancies in magnitude was not immediately clear.

Initial reports from authorities in Greece indicated there had been minor damage at the airport in Kythira and in buildings on the southern island of Crete."
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"The Athens Geodynamic Institute, which initially gave a magnitude of 6.4, later amended it to 6.9 and said the epicentre was located beneath the seabed, about 200 kilometres south of Athens and 20 kilometres east of the island of Kithira."
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Re: Strong 6.9 Magnitude earthquake rattles Greece, Egypt, Jordan
that is a dormant volcanic area under that sea
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Connections between all volcanos in the sea from Italy to Greece look today only:

2006/01/08 17:38:06.1 38.71 N 30.71 E 31 MD3.4 TURKEY 2006/01/08 17:55
2006/01/08 17:30:26.0 36.32 N 23.53 E ML3.2 SOUTHERN GREECE 2006/01/08 17:39
2006/01/08 17:23:57.0 36.24 N 23.34 E ML3.2 SOUTHERN GREECE 2006/01/08 17:33
2006/01/08 17:21:58.0 37.66 N 15.01 E 10 ML3.2 SICILY, ITALY 2006/01/08 17:25
2006/01/08 17:12:41.0 37.65 N 15.00 E 11 ML3.1 SICILY, ITALY 2006/01/08 17:15
2006/01/08 17:01:40.1 23.49 N 121.64 E 33 mb4.7 TAIWAN 2006/01/08 17:23
2006/01/08 16:55:09.0 39.60 N 71.31 E ML3.2 TAJIKISTAN 2006/01/08 18:08
2006/01/08 16:34:28.2 26.77 N 125.08 E 239 mb4.9 NORTHEAST OF TAIWAN 2006/01/08 18:06
2006/01/08 16:21:12.3 38.33 N 38.82 E 17 MD3.0 TURKEY 2006/01/08 16:30
2006/01/08 16:09:24.0 37.67 N 14.98 E 13 ML3.8 SICILY, ITALY 2006/01/08 16:23
2006/01/08 15:22:31.1 45.43 N 16.41 E 2 ML3.2 NORTHWESTERN BALKAN PEN. 2006/01/08 15:43
2006/01/08 15:08:49.0 37.64 N 14.95 E 4 ML2.5 SICILY, ITALY 2006/01/08 15:16
2006/01/08 14:54:27.0 37.67 N 14.99 E 15 ML2.6 SICILY, ITALY 2006/01/08 15:55
2006/01/08 14:19:39.0 42.38 N 13.08 E 10 ML2.1 CENTRAL ITALY 2006/01/08 14:31
2006/01/08 13:59:56.0 37.65 N 15.00 E 11 ML3.2 SICILY, ITALY 2006/01/08 14:05
2006/01/08 13:55:00.0 37.65 N 15.02 E 10 ML2.8 SICILY, ITALY 2006/01/08 17:57
2006/01/08 13:33:11.0 37.65 N 15.02 E 9 ML2.9 SICILY, ITALY 2006/01/08 13:58
2006/01/08 13:28:03.0 37.64 N 15.03 E 7 ML2.8 SICILY, ITALY 2006/01/08 13:54
2006/01/08 13:23:16.9 37.03 N 27.79 E 13 MD3.2 TURKEY 2006/01/08 14:40
2006/01/08 12:51:04.0 36.04 N 23.22 E ML3.4 SOUTHERN GREECE 2006/01/08 12:57
2006/01/08 12:39:21.6 41.51 N 33.40 E 16 MD3.0 TURKEY 2006/01/08 13:54
2006/01/08 12:20:44.0 36.11 N 23.25 E ML3.4 SOUTHERN GREECE 2006/01/08 12:27
2006/01/08 12:06:30.0 36.32 N 23.36 E 32G SOUTHERN GREECE 2006/01/08 13:42
2006/01/08 11:52:11.0 36.13 N 23.22 E ML4.2 SOUTHERN GREECE 2006/01/08 12:00
2006/01/08 11:47:19.0 36.36 N 23.51 E ML4.0 SOUTHERN GREECE 2006/01/08 12:18
2006/01/08 11:41:00.0 36.25 N 23.54 E ML4.9 SOUTHERN GREECE 2006/01/08 11:49
2006/01/08 11:34:51.7 36.28 N 23.24 E 40 Mw6.6 SOUTHERN GREECE 2006/01/08 14:00
2006/01/08 10:49:04.4 40.81 N 27.55 E 22 MD2.8 TURKEY 2006/01/08 14:59
2006/01/08 10:28:06.8 38.06 N 30.20 E 5 MD3.3 TURKEY 2006/01/08 11:25
2006/01/08 10:19:23.5 50.48 N 13.56 E ML2.3 CZECH AND SLOVAK REPUBLICS 2006/01/08 10:25
2006/01/08 09:21:52.9 51.40 N 16.14 E 10 ML2.3 POLAND 2006/01/08 09:25
2006/01/08 09:15:00.2 51.00 N 15.95 E 10 ML2.3 POLAND 2006/01/08 09:20
2006/01/08 08:50:15.5 38.26 N 27.83 E 19 MD2.9 TURKEY 2006/01/08 11:17
2006/01/08 08:39:16.5 51.30 N 16.14 E 4 ML2.2 POLAND 2006/01/08 08:43
2006/01/08 08:12:00.0 42.74 N 12.80 E 5 ML2.3 CENTRAL ITALY 2006/01/08 08:34
2006/01/08 06:36:00.0 41.83 N 12.71 E 10 ML2.4 SOUTHERN ITALY 2006/01/08 07:05
2006/01/08 06:23:21.3 1.50 S 77.47 W 200 mb4.5 ECUADOR 2006/01/08 09:14
2006/01/08 05:43:33.3 34.69 N 121.45 E 2 mb5.1 YELLOW SEA 2006/01/08 06:40
2006/01/08 03:51:54.3 10.79 S 65.79 E 33 mb4.9 MID-INDIAN RIDGE 2006/01/08 06:04
2006/01/08 03:22:59.5 46.15 N 0.67 E 2 ML2.3 FRANCE 2006/01/08 03:30
2006/01/08 01:24:50.5 43.01 N 0.20 E 8 ML3.0 FRANCE 2006/01/08 02:05
2006/01/08 01:16:27.1 39.05 N 20.14 E 15G GREECE-ALBANIA BORDER REGION 2006/01/08 10:04
2006/01/08 01:13:57.6 40.12 N 24.00 E 1G ML2.0 AEGEAN SEA 2006/01/08 09:46
2006/01/08 00:48:00.0 42.74 N 12.77 E 7 MD2.7 CENTRAL ITALY 2006/01/08 01:02
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Re: Strong 6.9 Magnitude earthquake rattles Greece, Egypt, Jordan
Getting into the territory of some of Cayce's most specific predictions in this part of the Mediterranean. Greater activity in Vesuvius, Etna etc.

Quakes gotta rock those volcanoes!
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THE NEXT GREAT TSUNAMI WILL HIT THE MED.SEA MAKE A MENTAL NOTE U HEARD IT HERE FIRST.
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Re: Strong 6.9 Magnitude earthquake rattles Greece, Egypt, Jordan
A little too close to the Canaries
and Las Palmas.
Tsnami on the eastern seaboard?
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tsunami-sorry!
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[link to weather.unisys.com]
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here is the P wave.
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Re: Strong 6.9 Magnitude earthquake rattles Greece, Egypt, Jordan
here is current seismogram in Polish station while earchquake in Greece is still visible

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No big afterquakes so far, and scientists say that in such a quake strong but quite deep, its a normal behaviour although the cant be sure about anything.
Also they say, that such deep quakes dont usually upset nearby faults, so we stay alert but with no strong fear for another big (or bigger) one in the same or a nearby area.
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Thanks guys. 58646, what makes you think the next tsunami will be in the Med?!
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Regular quakes don't cause tsunamis, its the displacement of water up or down that does. Meaning a play slipping down or getting heaved up.

Regular shaking don't..
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Wowsah...

Yes... if the the movement was like a "lifting" then that could cause a tsunami....

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Its sad that Europes seismos only show this at

2006/01/08 11:34:51.7 36.28 N 23.24 E 40 Mw6.6 SOUTHERN GREECE

[link to www.emsc-csem.org]

Man...

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We have aftershocks... but also in Italy, it seems to have "bothered"...

Note please, Yellow Sea and Mid Indian Rdige showed activity prior to this quake...

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Re: Strong 6.9 Magnitude earthquake rattles Greece, Egypt, Jordan
What's going on in Sicily now???? Mt. Etna getting ready to blow????

Since this mornings earthquake Sicily has been have small quake, after quake, after quake....

2006/01/08 18:56:57.0 37.7N 15.0E 10 Ml2.9 M INGV SICILY, ITALY
2006/01/08 18:56:57.0 37.6N 15.0E 9 Ml2.9 A INGV SICILY, ITALY


2006/01/08 18:21:22.0 37.7N 15.0E 11 Ml2.5 M INGV SICILY, ITALY


2006/01/08 17:21:58.0 37.7N 15.0E 10 Ml3.2 A INGV SICILY, ITALY


2006/01/08 17:12:41.0 37.7N 15.0E 11 Ml3.1 A INGV SICILY, ITALY


2006/01/08 16:09:24.0 37.7N 15.0E 14 Ml3.7 A INGV SICILY, ITALY
2006/01/08 16:09:24.0 37.7N 15.0E 13 Ml3.8 M INGV SICILY, ITALY
2006/01/08 15:22 M ZAG
2006/01/08 15:22 A LJU
2006/01/08 15:21 A LJU
2006/01/08 15:08:49.0 37.6N 14.9E 4 Ml2.5 M INGV SICILY, ITALY


2006/01/08 14:54:27.0 37.7N 15.0E 15 Ml2.6 M INGV SICILY, ITALY


2006/01/08 14:19:39.0 42.4N 13.1E 10 Ml2.1 M INGV CENTRAL ITALY


2006/01/08 13:59:56.0 37.7N 15.0E 11 Ml3.2 A INGV SICILY, ITALY


2006/01/08 13:55:45.0 37.7N 15.0E 10 Ml2.8 A INGV SICILY, ITALY
2006/01/08 13:55:00.0 37.7N 15.0E 10 Ml2.8 M INGV SICILY, ITALY


2006/01/08 13:33:11.0 37.7N 15.0E 9 Ml2.9 M INGV SICILY, ITALY
2006/01/08 13:33:10.0 37.7N 15.0E 9 Ml2.9 A INGV SICILY, ITALY
2006/01/08 13:32:02.0 37.6N 15.0E 9 Ml2.7 M INGV SICILY, ITALY
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Re: Strong 6.9 Magnitude earthquake rattles Greece, Egypt, Jordan
You amaze me sometimes victor. It depends if it's a thrust fault as opposed to a strike slip fault.
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Re: Strong 6.9 Magnitude earthquake rattles Greece, Egypt, Jordan
And the debunkers are still all claiming earthquakes haven't increased. Can you see their bullshit yet?
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Asian tsunami was caused by asteriod impact not earthquake. It radiated out in a cirular movement more consistent with impact event. It also threw up massive moisture into the air which caused rain and flooding in California when it reached the west coast.
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Re: Strong 6.9 Magnitude earthquake rattles Greece, Egypt, Jordan
On top of all that the impact zone was consistent with Aussie bloke map showing possible impact sites and within the timeframe he gave.
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Re: Strong 6.9 Magnitude earthquake rattles Greece, Egypt, Jordan
NOT to forget the deluge rain they had in indonesia not too long ago also.
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Re: Strong 6.9 Magnitude earthquake rattles Greece, Egypt, Jordan
Tsunami med sea Yes

Also remember the Med sea is where the Hellenic arc is

The Med area is the centre of the 3 major religions also that of pagan religion

All is coming full circle

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Actually


SILVER SPRING, Md., Nov. 16 /PRNewswire/ -- Discovery Channel´s original
special, AMERICA´S TSUNAMI: ARE WE NEXT?, premieres in the U.S. on Sunday,
December 18, at 9 PM (ET/PT), reveals new geological evidence that seafloor
uplift from the 9.2 magnitude Great Sumatra earthquake -- not a giant
underwater landslide as previously thought --caused the devastating December
26, 2004, Asian tsunami.

I posted 11/17 "lifting" is what I mean...

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"This is normal and good because it allows this phenomenon to get rid of the pressure it has built up," Stavrakakis said.


umm, unless the pressure is really building and this wasn't a release, but a precursor.

but hey, live on the sunny side, and ignore the thorns at your own peril
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Re: Strong 6.9 Magnitude earthquake rattles Greece, Egypt, Jordan
It doesn't matter what the debunkers say or think anymore. They are always ignored here and nobody trusts anything they say. Let them talk with each other like they do.
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Re: Strong 6.9 Magnitude earthquake rattles Greece, Egypt, Jordan
greece is now 6 meters closer to north afrika.
i only have a german source for this.
[link to orf.at]

the usual yearly average was only 4 centimeters.
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Re: Strong 6.9 Magnitude earthquake rattles Greece, Egypt, Jordan
MM Exactly. The bottom line is the displacement of the water. That is what causes the Tsunami, not side to side shaking. That won't cause much of an energy "wave". You have to have an upward or downward displacement of water that creates that large energy spike.

Just like if you drop a pebble in water it displaces the water.

Up and Down = Tsunami
Side to Side = small waves if you are lucky.

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