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Sunday November 11 2012, 01:12:46 UTC 14 minutes ago Myanmar 7.0 33.7 USGS Feed

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Sunday November 11 2012, 01:12:46 UTC 14 minutes ago Myanmar 7.0 33.7 USGS Feed

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Nice catch Dettro.... I was wondering when that side was gonna go off.

I think a similar one may follow in the next few days on our side. (Not based on science or psychic blah blah... Just a hunch.)
One of these days... A *REAL* rain is gonna come and wash all this scum off the streets.
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Sunday November 11 2012, 01:12:46 UTC 14 minutes ago Myanmar 7.0 33.7 USGS Feed

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Nice catch Dettro.... I was wondering when that side was gonna go off.

I think a similar one may follow in the next few days on our side. (Not based on science or psychic blah blah... Just a hunch.)
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Thanks Travis ,, I was a bit late check out the pin thread Thread: EQ Myanmar 7.0
I'm also thinking that a big quake might be coming for CA and or along the west coast of America.

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I've never lost track of you Dettro, you are always spot on. I generally lurk,must with other issues, but I watch for your posts.... And this one will be huge.

That's a major quake. Will be watching for sympathy fractures globally now.
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I've never lost track of you Dettro, you are always spot on. I generally lurk,must with other issues, but I watch for your posts.... And this one will be huge.

That's a major quake. Will be watching for sympathy fractures globally now.
 Quoting: Redpaw360


Thanks RedPaw .. cheers

EQReport.com is reporting that 1 million people will be affected by this quake. The depth of the quake was very shallow.

Update 01:38 UTC : We do absolutely NOT like what we see. Also the nearby Chinese seismological instruments are reporting a Magnitude of M7.0 at a depth of 20 km ! Such an earthquake at this depth is very destructive !


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Strong earthquake strikes Myanmar
The U.S. Geographical Survey said the epicenter of the 6.6-magnitude temblor that hit at 7:42 a.m. local time was about 17 miles east of Shwebo, or 72 miles northwest of Mandalay, and 6 miles underground.
Two milder quakes estimated at 5.0 magnitude struck about 20 minutes later about 50 miles northwest of Mandalay, USGS reported.



(snip) President Barack Obama is scheduled to become the first American president to visit Myanmar during a Nov. 17-20 tour of Southeast Asia that will include Thailand and Cambodia, the White House said Thursday.
The quake was initially estimated at 7.0 magnitude but was revised lower by the USGS.
The USGS said much of the population exposed to the earthquake lives in structures vulnerable to shaking. The area has been subject to secondary effects of temblors such as landslides. wtf
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Thanks for the video, atleast we have something to work with.

Looks like it is an alluvial plane subject to liquefaction and separation from the two ridges bordering to the east and west. I didn't see a major population or village nearby which could be good for the inhabitants of the region.

Antipode.com is down for me, anyone get a bearing on the antipodes yet?
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Thanks for the video, atleast we have something to work with.

Looks like it is an alluvial plane subject to liquefaction and separation from the two ridges bordering to the east and west. I didn't see a major population or village nearby which could be good for the inhabitants of the region.

Antipode.com is down for me, anyone get a bearing on the antipodes yet?
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approximately by guess would be around Chile or Peru..
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Mag 6.6 earthquake occurred in Burma thirty-six km North of # Singu volcano. Last eruption at volcano unknown.
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Thanks Mahala, some sites like GLP went down at noon today, atleast for me, and I can't access a list of things I normally run through.

I see other posts here on GLP that question the quietness of .....

Waiting pattern....
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Thanks Mahala, some sites like GLP went down at noon today, atleast for me, and I can't access a list of things I normally run through.

I see other posts here on GLP that question the quietness of .....

Waiting pattern....
 Quoting: Redpaw360



You're welcome anytime!!!hf

I also have been having problems with some sites. Don't know what's going on.
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Yes, the quietness is something isn't it.. Not sure whether it's imagination or gut sense.. Though we where atleast seeing a pattern in earthquakes, now it's all over. Sorry had to correct my sentence. I was all over the place. LOL

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Someone somewhere today posted a question ( Kentucky EQ thread) about if I thought the two small Poland quakes were out of the norm in 24 hours...

I couldn't answer, what is the norm?

...and I see they just had a 3.8

Who knows....
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Someone somewhere today posted a question ( Kentucky EQ thread) about if I thought the two small Poland quakes were out of the norm in 24 hours...

I couldn't answer, what is the norm?

...and I see they just had a 3.8

Who knows....
 Quoting: Redpaw360


From looking at usgs, I would say yes Poland gets a lot of earthquakes.

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what is the date over there 11 11
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The latest update from EQreport.com

Update 03:06 UTC : Still waiting for more news from inside Myanmar. After such a massive earthquake, we reckon that the power and the telecommunications will be down in a radius of at least 50 km around the epicenter.
- Awaiting more news we have been checking the landscape in the epicenter area. More bad news here, the epicenter is rather close to a transform fault line. Transform earthquakes are among the most damaging earthquake types.
Additionally, the epicenter is close to an important river bed, which means that soft sediment can make a serious portion of the soil. Soft soil is very dangerous for earthquakes. Rock layers are decreasing the wave. Acceleration maps would give us a clue how the soil in that area is composed.
- The image below shows a detailed view of the epicenter area and the towns. The bigger star is the M6.8 mainshock, the 3 smaller stars the M5 aftershocks.


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let my try this one more time

did you know

its 11 11 2012


did you know

location of the earthquake is by MALE

Myanmar golden land

Why called "The Golden Land"?

Gold is the most precious metal. Yes, Myanmars love gold. Gold is used every where: pagoda, monasteries, accessories of the nobles, and so on. Most pagodas in Myanmar are covered with gold leaves, or for those who cannot afford use gold paint in the modern days.

When you get to Myanmar, or if you have ever been to Myanmar, this question will need not be answered. You will see golden things or gold-covered monuments in every direction you turn.

No wonder, this is called the Golden Land!
map [link to www.emsc-csem.org]
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the flag 5 pointed white star [link to en.wikipedia.org]


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6.6 quake strikes Myanmar

Last updated 15:15 11/11/2012
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A strong earthquake has struck northern Myanmar, but no injuries were immediately reported.

The magnitude-6.6 temblor hit the area at 2.12pm today (NZ time) according to the US Geological Survey. The quake had a depth of just 10 kilometres and hit 117 kilometres north of Mandalay, Myanmar's second-largest city.

The quake was felt in Bangkok, the capital of neighbouring Thailand.

It comes just a week ahead of a visit to Myanmar by US President Barack Obama. Obama will be the first US president to visit the one-time pariah nation, which is emerging from decades of military rule.


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a mountainous republic in southeastern Asia on the Bay of Bengal; "much opium is grown in Myanmar"
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The latest update from EQreport.com

Update 03:06 UTC : Still waiting for more news from inside Myanmar. After such a massive earthquake, we reckon that the power and the telecommunications will be down in a radius of at least 50 km around the epicenter.
- Awaiting more news we have been checking the landscape in the epicenter area. More bad news here, the epicenter is rather close to a transform fault line. Transform earthquakes are among the most damaging earthquake types.
Additionally, the epicenter is close to an important river bed, which means that soft sediment can make a serious portion of the soil. Soft soil is very dangerous for earthquakes. Rock layers are decreasing the wave. Acceleration maps would give us a clue how the soil in that area is composed.
- The image below shows a detailed view of the epicenter area and the towns. The bigger star is the M6.8 mainshock, the 3 smaller stars the M5 aftershocks.


[link to earthquake-report.com]
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Wow, that doesn't sound good.
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let my try this one more time

did you know

its 11 11 2012


did you know

location of the earthquake is by MALE

Myanmar golden land

Why called "The Golden Land"?

Gold is the most precious metal. Yes, Myanmars love gold. Gold is used every where: pagoda, monasteries, accessories of the nobles, and so on. Most pagodas in Myanmar are covered with gold leaves, or for those who cannot afford use gold paint in the modern days.

When you get to Myanmar, or if you have ever been to Myanmar, this question will need not be answered. You will see golden things or gold-covered monuments in every direction you turn.

No wonder, this is called the Golden Land!
map [link to www.emsc-csem.org]
[link to en.wikipedia.org]

did you know
the flag 5 pointed white star [link to en.wikipedia.org]


did you know



6.6 quake strikes Myanmar

Last updated 15:15 11/11/2012
[link to www.stuff.co.nz]

A strong earthquake has struck northern Myanmar, but no injuries were immediately reported.

The magnitude-6.6 temblor hit the area at 2.12pm today (NZ time) according to the US Geological Survey. The quake had a depth of just 10 kilometres and hit 117 kilometres north of Mandalay, Myanmar's second-largest city.

The quake was felt in Bangkok, the capital of neighbouring Thailand.

It comes just a week ahead of a visit to Myanmar by US President Barack Obama. Obama will be the first US president to visit the one-time pariah nation, which is emerging from decades of military rule.


did you know

a mountainous republic in southeastern Asia on the Bay of Bengal; "much opium is grown in Myanmar"
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 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 27464996


Thanks AC. My self personally not worried about the date and numbers, but if you were trying to hint to this with the question above, than why in the hell be so cryptic an just put this info down?wall
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Strong quake strikes Myanmar; no injuries reported


A strong earthquake struck northern Myanmar on Sunday, causing residents to flee their homes, but no injuries or major damage were immediately reported.

(snip)Residents of Mandalay who were contacted by phone said the quake was strong enough to send people dashing out of their homes for safety, as water splashed out of jars. They said they saw no major structural damage in their immediate neighborhoods, but added that it did cause cracks in some walls.

(snip)The Myanmar meteorological official, who spoke on condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to release information to the media, said there were no immediate reports of casualties or damage. But he said the quake could cause damage to some of the old Buddhist temples and other structures associated with past kingdoms that are in the area.

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Strong earthquake strikes northern Myanmar; local media report 5 people killed

YANGON, Myanmar – A strong earthquake struck northern Myanmar on Sunday, with local media reporting that five people were killed. Scattered damage and injuries also were reported in areas close to the quake's epicenter.
According to news reports, the most significant damage appeared to be the collapsing of bridge under construction across the Irrawaddy River in the town of Shwebo, the location of the quake's epicenter. The website of Weekly Eleven magazine said five people were killed when the bridge, which was 80 percent built, collapsed.
"This is the worst earthquake I felt in my entire life," said Soe Soe, a 52-year-old Shwebo resident.
According to Soe Soe, the huge concrete gate of a monastery collapsed and several sculptures from another pagoda were damaged in the town.


Other damage was reported in Mogok, a major gem-mining area just east of the quake's epicenter. Temples were damaged there, as were some abandoned ruby mines hit by landslides, Sein Win, a resident, said by phone.


less than 50 percent read more at link.

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Strong earthquake strikes northern Myanmar; local media report 5 people killed

YANGON, Myanmar – A strong earthquake struck northern Myanmar on Sunday, with local media reporting that five people were killed. Scattered damage and injuries also were reported in areas close to the quake's epicenter.
According to news reports, the most significant damage appeared to be the collapsing of bridge under construction across the Irrawaddy River in the town of Shwebo, the location of the quake's epicenter. The website of Weekly Eleven magazine said five people were killed when the bridge, which was 80 percent built, collapsed.
"This is the worst earthquake I felt in my entire life," said Soe Soe, a 52-year-old Shwebo resident.
According to Soe Soe, the huge concrete gate of a monastery collapsed and several sculptures from another pagoda were damaged in the town.


Other damage was reported in Mogok, a major gem-mining area just east of the quake's epicenter. Temples were damaged there, as were some abandoned ruby mines hit by landslides, Sein Win, a resident, said by phone.


less than 50 percent read more at link.

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Thank You Dettro!hf
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Strong earthquake strikes Myanmar
The U.S. Geographical Survey said the epicenter of the 6.6-magnitude temblor that hit at 7:42 a.m. local time was about 17 miles east of Shwebo, or 72 miles northwest of Mandalay, and 6 miles underground.
Two milder quakes estimated at 5.0 magnitude struck about 20 minutes later about 50 miles northwest of Mandalay, USGS reported.



(snip) President Barack Obama is scheduled to become the first American president to visit Myanmar during a Nov. 17-20 tour of Southeast Asia that will include Thailand and Cambodia, the White House said Thursday.
The quake was initially estimated at 7.0 magnitude but was revised lower by the USGS.
The USGS said much of the population exposed to the earthquake lives in structures vulnerable to shaking. The area has been subject to secondary effects of temblors such as landslides. wtf
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Six now reported dead and extensive damage, including some old Buddhist temples.

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Thank You Dettro!hf
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