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California STINK = imminent earthquake?

 
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[link to earthquake.usgs.gov]

1.3 2012/09/10 10:19:04 33.286N 115.705W 8.6 8 km ( 5 mi) SSE of Bombay Beach, CA
1.9 2012/09/10 09:46:41 33.285N 115.718W 3.2 8 km ( 5 mi) S of Bombay Beach, CA
2.2 2012/09/10 09:22:16 33.283N 115.711W 3.3 8 km ( 5 mi) SSE of Bombay Beach, CA
2.0 2012/09/10 09:12:04 33.282N 115.713W 3.6 8 km ( 5 mi) S of Bombay Beach, CA
1.7 2012/09/10 08:59:15 33.284N 115.707W 2.4 8 km ( 5 mi) SSE of Bombay Beach, CA
2.4 2012/09/10 08:57:00 33.280N 115.717W 3.0 8 km ( 5 mi) S of Bombay Beach, CA
1.9 2012/09/10 08:55:54 33.281N 115.715W 2.4 8 km ( 5 mi) S of Bombay Beach, CA
1.5 2012/09/10 08:55:12 33.282N 115.720W 1.1 8 km ( 5 mi) S of Bombay Beach, CA
1.5 2012/09/10 08:54:52 33.280N 115.711W 1.7 8 km ( 5 mi) SSE of Bombay Beach, CA
1.8 2012/09/10 08:52:14 33.281N 115.712W 1.2 8 km ( 5 mi) SSE of Bombay Beach, CA
1.3 2012/09/10 08:51:57 33.282N 115.718W 1.0 8 km ( 5 mi) S of Bombay Beach, CA
1.3 2012/09/10 08:51:28 33.286N 115.710W 1.7 7 km ( 5 mi) SSE of Bombay Beach, CA
2.6 2012/09/10 08:46:02 33.289N 115.706W 3.5 7 km ( 5 mi) SSE of Bombay Beach, CA
2.6 2012/09/10 08:45:48 33.282N 115.714W 2.8 8 km ( 5 mi) S of Bombay Beach, CA
3.3 2012/09/10 08:44:42 33.280N 115.713W 3.4 8 km ( 5 mi) S of Bombay Beach, CA
1.8 2012/09/10 08:26:24 33.286N 115.709W 3.6 7 km ( 5 mi) SSE of Bombay Beach, CA
1.5 2012/09/10 08:09:54 33.285N 115.699W 6.7 8 km ( 5 mi) SSE of Bombay Beach, CA
1.2 2012/09/10 08:09:32 33.284N 115.708W 1.2 8 km ( 5 mi) SSE of Bombay Beach, CA
1.5 2012/09/10 07:52:59 33.281N 115.713W 1.7 8 km ( 5 mi) S of Bombay Beach, CA
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When prunus exhales its fragrance voluptuous, the dreamlike fantasy embodied in each of the perverted reality to grant the individual a semblance of heavenly caresses while the monkey mime constantly rising star aurora twilight zenith promised tribulations felt good. In other words, as the newcomer sees the matrix, dawn shield talent bucolic nonchalant.
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In the end it doesn't even matter...
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there is an ongoing earthquake swarm happening right now in Cali...


It is almost time...
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Post this statement next week, and it will still be true
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in any other situation...yes you are correct..


but EQ swarm + Sulfur smell doesn't sound to good IMO
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It's enough for the city to ready disaster respone plans and review earthquake contingencies.
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Also, HAARP is dialed up!


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oil
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The clouds over Edmonton looked really odd this morning. Earthquake clouds...
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He's fondling himself, foaming at the mouth hoping this earthquake happens.
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If you Stink

Then you Sink


good bye ole caly

illegals pooping in the alley

like her borders: a leaky sieve

much mass on caly's crust has to give

your sinking into neptune's lair

no free tuition for invaders there

Azatlan will gurgle from beneath

from arizona i toss a wreath
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heres what my mom, who lives in simi valley, said when i asked her if she smelled sulfur or eggs in the air today..

"YES!!!! I mentioned it to Karen that the smell of a toilet was coming in the front door! I thought it was leftover stench from when our plumbing went out and we had outhouses in the parking lot all last week!!! Thanks for letting me know!!"

shits real. but what does it mean?
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heres what my mom, who lives in simi valley, said when i asked her if she smelled sulfur or eggs in the air today..

"YES!!!! I mentioned it to Karen that the smell of a toilet was coming in the front door! I thought it was leftover stench from when our plumbing went out and we had outhouses in the parking lot all last week!!! Thanks for letting me know!!"

shits real. but what does it mean?
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it means this...

In the end it doesn't even matter...
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posted in other thread already but for completeness here too:

Norcia and Aquila (Italy), 14 January and 2 February 1703

"In Aquila and Norcia, and in other places . . . the earth was here and there observed to split in cracks, from which streamed the evil odors of sulfur and bitumen; and men in Aquila most worthy of trust write that in many places after the earthquake sulfur and fire issued from the opened earth." (Quoted by Galli, 1911)

Komarom (Hungary), 28 June 1763

"Ruptures in the soil originated in thousands of places. From almost all of them water and quicksand were emitted together with flames and stinking smoke. . . . The river Danube began to rise . . . and the water appeared to be steaming as though boiling. It had a sulphurous smell. The majority of the ruptures occurred near the river bank and from some of them flames emerged alternately with the sand and smoke. Fertö Lake, 100 km west of Komarom, began to rumble and foam very intensely. . . . Flames as big as a barrel were seen over the river itself. Many horned cattle perished in the terrible stinking vapour that came from the earth. . . . At the bank of another smaller river, the Vag, red-colored flames rushed up from the ruptures, followed by sulphurous waters. . . . At some places the waters that came from the earth were distinctly black. The water of the river Bag appeared to be boiling." (Quoted by Rethly, 1952)

The following are from among the many eyewitness accounts quoted by Schmidt and Mack (1913):

"We saw a sea of flames, gas-like and not electrical in nature, shoot up out of the paved market street. The height of the flames I can estimate at 8 to 12 cm; it was like when you pour petroleum or alcohol on the ground and light it."

"I observed very precisely how a bright fire, which had a bluish color, came out of the ground in the meadow. Its height was about 80 cm. . . . The first was present not only in the meadow but also in the whole surroundings of our house."

"Some people in the streets . . . noticed that for a while before the quake and particularly after it an evil stuffy air made breathing almost impossible."
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The following are phrases used in eyewitness accounts collected by Demetrescu and Petrescu (1941):

". . . a thick layer like a translucid gas above the surface of the soil . . . irregular gas fires . . . flames in rhythm with the movements of the soil . . . flashes like lightning from the floor to the summit of Mt Tampa . . . flames issuing from rocks, which crumbled, with flashes also issuing from non-wooded mountainsides."

Sungpan-Pingwu (China), 16, 22, and 23 August 1976

"From March of 1976, various large anomalies were observed over a broad region. . . . At the Wanchia commune of Chungching County, outbursts of natural gas from rock fissures ignited and were difficult to extinguish even by dumping dirt over the fissures. . . . Chu Chieh Cho, of the Provincial Seismological Bureau, related personally seeing a fireball 75 km from the epicenter on the night of 21 July while in the company of three professional seismologists.


The San Francisco Earthquake

The earthquake that destroyed parts of San Francisco and virtually all of Santa Rosa occurred at 5:12 a.m. on 18 April 1906. It was most intense perhaps a hundred kilometers north of San Francisco. We will here list some excerpts from the numerous reports, all indicating violent gas emission from the ground, gases that contained the poisonous hydrogen sulphide and gases that were frequently flammable. It is the earthquake for with the most detailed reports exist, and which shows every type of phenomenon that we have noted in other cases.

(a) Effects in Air

An extensive list of noises heard at the time of the shock, compiled from witnesses by Lawson and others (1908), includes the following: From Santa Rosa, "Heard noises in SW; then felt breeze; then felt shock". From Cotati, "Sound as of a strong wind before the shock". From Point Reyes Station, "Heard roar, then felt wind on my face". From Calistoga, "A rushing noise before the shock came". From Pescadero, "Noise as of wind preceded the shock". And from Mount Hamilton, "Sound as of flight of birds simultaneously with shock".

Other clear evidence for gas is given by a report published on 23 April in the Santa Rosa Democrat-Republican (the first newspaper to appear after the devastation). It said:

J.B. Doda, who came over from Fort Ross on Monday, reports that the earthquake caused immense cracks in the earth there, from which strong gases are emitted which make men and cattle sick.

Also, according to Edgar Larkin (1906), who collected a great many accounts, the odour of hydrogen sulphide was noted in the area of Sausalito. He also reported that sulfurous odors were pungent in Napa County during the night of the 17th and 18th before the upheaval, and lasted all day. . . . From many of the letters it is clear that the entire region north and east of San Francisco is saturated with gases of sulfur origin. . . .

In Santa Rosa, according to Lawson and others (1908), a strong smell of sulphur had been noticed two days before the earthquake by one Charles Kobes. Since during an earthquake eight years previously, "sulfur fumes came up from under his house which almost drove his family from home", the recurrence of this phenomenon on 16 April 1906 caused Kobes to tell his family that there would be another earthquake.


(b) Effects in Water

Numerous indications of hydrogen sulphide in bodies of water were reported. According to Larkin (1906), "creeks became milky in several places as if gas escaped from the water". Hydrogen sulfide bubbling through water is known to give it a milky appearance. Another report in the San Jose Herald of 2 May 1906 states that in Monterey Bay, on the day of the quake, there were thousands of strange fish floating on the water a few miles offshore, none of which were known to old fishermen on the boat. Similar reports of massive fish kills at times of earthquakes, especially of bottom-dwelling fish, are known from Japan, in some cases also associated with the description of milkiness of the water. Again, hydrogen sulphide, which is highly toxic to fish, seems a likely explanation, and in each case it is bottom dwelling fish which are not normally caught that are the chief victims.
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Thunder a lightning here now in IE
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Should see some helos flying over the mountains trying to localize the source vent. Perhaps those seen leaving Pendleton and heading for the mountains as reported in another thread.
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Not sure if any of you live near Jantzen Beach ore,(just north of portland.) the family and I was over there last night, there was an overwhelming smell of Sulfur in the air, Very close to the Columbia River... Of course I was immediately thinking about fault lines, Mt St Helens, etc. I then proceeded to join glp...


I just saw this thread had to say something. We had that quake in Mollala Friday...violinviolin
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Eat, Stink. Pray?
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So, anyone seen dead fish or milky waters today?
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So, anyone seen dead fish or milky waters today?
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Two days ago in the Salton sea..HMMM
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Eat, Stink. Pray?
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Get on your knees if you live on the west coast....
In the end it doesn't even matter...
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So, anyone seen dead fish or milky waters today?
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Two days ago in the Salton sea..HMMM
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Zoom in to the Salton Sea on this map and look at all the earthquakes in the middle of the Sea
[link to quakes.globalincidentmap.com]
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Also saw your other thread. Hope you guys have some years before the big one hits.
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Thread: Massive fish die-off Salton Sea, California
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They mentioned something on the news that it might be caused by atmospheric inversion which is normally experienced it the desert. Still doesn't make sense.
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"Atmospheric Inversion" just means that the air below is trapped, and cannot dissipate above, because of clouds, high vs low pressure turned around, or whatever....thereby trapping whatever pollution, smells, etc. might be hanging low to the earth.

I do not believe that is the cause of such a large-scale "stink" that is being described, but I guess it's possible. It's also a perfectly good "cover story" for the press!
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want to be amazed. research water main breaks here in CA. I should know because a fairly new one broke not far from me and an entire neighborhood was flooded. they still don't know why it cracked????
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If California goes that means no more Hollywood movies, Microsoft, Cisco, Apple, Hewlett-Packard, Intel, Yahoo, eBay, etc ?

Besides the incredible human tragedy,,,the economical implications of these companies suddenly disappearing from the world would be unimaginable !
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and they got sewer smell in so dade county as well....

Thread: Sewer smell in Redlands

looks like the stench goes from coast to coast.

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I would get out of Southern California RIGHT NOW. Read the reports of the sulfur gas smell that started the DAY before the great 1906 Frisco quake....

Southern California is about to get nailed by a very big earthquake...
 Quoting: ººEATºº


Just saw the news and they said "It's not a natural smell." I call BS on that. As of right now they don't know where it's coming from.
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We started noticing this last night about 11pm to 12am. Sitting outside watching electrical storm, bit moisture flying over So Cal from Mexico. It was fresh, then when that big blob from over the South hit here, the smell came with it.
At first, some light breezes and a new-mown wet hay smell. Then the poop smell. I said sulfer-y smell, or rotten fish. Also, I thought the storm was possibly driving over odor from the Salton Sea area or had picked up moisture from Salton.?
IDK, it is still here at 11 am and very hazy and humid. Thunderstorms re-developing in mountains. Neighbor says it smells like sulfur.
Sometimes we get the dairy farm odor during weather events, but this is a long time for that, and smells slightly different. I honestly can't exactly place the smell in a category.Sulfur, swamp, Salton, rotten hay, dairy farm, all close.
We are 5 miles from San Andreas, felt no tremors lately, but we read about them.?
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Get your ass out of California. Nature will only give you so much warning. What are waiting for? This is clearly it. The big earthquake that California has been dreading is mere hours away now.
 Quoting: ººEATºº


You know, EAT, I haven't been around these boards very long, but I have come to respect you, and what you say, but all things being equal, come on, now. Not everyone can just "up and leave" everything! There are kids, transportation costs, a place to go TO, all your stuff - or animals if you live on a farm, or have lots of animals...

It's easy to say "leave," but not everyone who wants to could do it.

Just sayin'
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is the great California earthquake the 'sign' that Ahmenimajibad (sp?) was talking about?
In the end it doesn't even matter...
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Southern California? Nah, thats just stink
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Angela Jolie forgot to take a shower?
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forgot? lol? thought that was the norm for her
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Poor Brad.
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he doesn't shower either; that's why he can't smell her stench
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One proven sign is animal behavior. the Chinese have known that sign for thousands of years.
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trouble is, California isn't China and Californian pets are probably as dumb as their owners - with a diet of soda, dunkin donuts, syrup waffles, kfc, macdonalds etc... so their gonna be to dumbed down to move
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Also, there's a strange haze in the sky. Looks yellowish.
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any rainbow clouds?
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Salton Sea is the cover story.

NASA has satellites that sense sulfur so you can bet all eyes are glued to this location.

Pendleton was probably activated to try and find the source.

Thread: CAMP PENDLETON RAMPING UP !!

NASA will also be scouring GPS displacement for any bulges.

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