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M 6.4 Southern California

 
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The Earth's crust is destabilizing.
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The Earth's crust is destabilizing.
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Maybe it'sjust shedding its skin.. Everyone and everything dies for a few thousand years until a new crust develops.
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Has anyone seen John Cusak and Woody Harrelson lately...are they at yellowstone?

Does anyone have any information on flights to China to get in the arks?

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Has anyone seen John Cusak and Woody Harrelson lately...are they at yellowstone?

Does anyone have any information on flights to China to get in the arks?

AAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!
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Odd. I was just thinking the same thing. I've never seen them proffer such an explanation on one particular "medium sized" quake before! It's as though USGS is trying to reassure everyone in So Cal that there's "nothing to worry about - the tone of the press release seems to imply "that it's just some little anomalous quake that means little or nothing" - although at 6.4 how "little & meaningless" it is certainly is subject to debate.

As Shakespeare said "Me Thinks the lady doth protest too much!"

I wonder what they REALLY know or suspect strongly that they're now trying to cover up? Something is going on and it's far more than just this one quake that USGS is trying so hard to "blow off" as though it is nothing.

Any ideas?

I've never seen this kind of explanation on the USGS site for a specific quake.
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 Quoting: MarkinAZ


A 6.4 a few years ago was considered a 7.4!
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i'm on page two of the thread, pardon me if this has been mentioned but what i see people missing already is that this was an underwater volcanic eruption....now let us put these things together:

1) scientists recently discovered the dinosaurs were extinct BEFORE the big meteor shower:

[link to geology.about.com]

(can find lots more if you google it)

due to vulcanism in the sea.

for tards, vulcanism = volcanic activity.

Shallow earthquake reported near seamount volcano | The ...
theextinctionprotocol.wordpress.com/.../shallow-earthquake-re​ported...
Nov 15, 2012 – 6.0 magnitude earthquake strikes the southern coastline of Chile ... The basaltic volcano rises to within 650 m of the sea surface and has a 2-km-wide summit .... Earthquake swarm report at California's Coso Volcanic Field: ..
[link to theextinctionprotocol.wordpress.com]

Is a volcano eruption at the Salton Sea imminent? - San Diego ...
www.examiner.com/.../is-a-volcano-erruption-at-the-salton-sea​-immi...
Oct 27, 2012 – The Salton Buttes, a line of four small volcanoes on the Salton Sea's ... Rock Hill, one of four Salton Buttes, small volcanoes on the southern San Andreas ... Abbott is worried that a major earthquake could create a path for the magma ... an Earth sciences lecturer at California State University-Long Beach ...
[link to www.examiner.com]

THIS:

[link to theextinctionprotocol.wordpress.com]


← Forget the Mayan calendar. Now, please, worry about volcanoes
Violent pair of earthquakes strike off coast of California →
Scientists find dome of ‘violent’ submarine volcano off the coast of Baja, California
Posted on December 14, 2012

so put that shit together....

also the 'new' lava field off coast of oregon (two years ago got active).

start watching these offshore quakes and tying them in with undersea volcanic fields.....

hello.
duh.
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Fox news is talking about the quake, "it is in an odd spot"

gave me a cool "doom" feeling whoo hoo!!!!
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i'm on page two of the thread, pardon me if this has been mentioned but what i see people missing already is that this was an underwater volcanic eruption....now let us put these things together:

1) scientists recently discovered the dinosaurs were extinct BEFORE the big meteor shower:

[link to geology.about.com]

(can find lots more if you google it)

due to vulcanism in the sea.

for tards, vulcanism = volcanic activity.

Shallow earthquake reported near seamount volcano | The ...
theextinctionprotocol.wordpress.com/.../shallow-earthquake-re​ported...
Nov 15, 2012 – 6.0 magnitude earthquake strikes the southern coastline of Chile ... The basaltic volcano rises to within 650 m of the sea surface and has a 2-km-wide summit .... Earthquake swarm report at California's Coso Volcanic Field: ..
[link to theextinctionprotocol.wordpress.com]

Is a volcano eruption at the Salton Sea imminent? - San Diego ...
www.examiner.com/.../is-a-volcano-erruption-at-the-salton-sea​-immi...
Oct 27, 2012 – The Salton Buttes, a line of four small volcanoes on the Salton Sea's ... Rock Hill, one of four Salton Buttes, small volcanoes on the southern San Andreas ... Abbott is worried that a major earthquake could create a path for the magma ... an Earth sciences lecturer at California State University-Long Beach ...
[link to www.examiner.com]

THIS:

[link to theextinctionprotocol.wordpress.com]


← Forget the Mayan calendar. Now, please, worry about volcanoes
Violent pair of earthquakes strike off coast of California →
Scientists find dome of ‘violent’ submarine volcano off the coast of Baja, California
Posted on December 14, 2012

so put that shit together....

also the 'new' lava field off coast of oregon (two years ago got active).

start watching these offshore quakes and tying them in with undersea volcanic fields.....

hello.
duh.
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Good info. Thanks.
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The Earth's crust is destabilizing.
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Maybe it'sjust shedding its skin.. Everyone and everything dies for a few thousand years until a new crust develops.
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Bring on the DOOOOOM!!!1111
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More to come
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about 5yrs yes.
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8+ due within 24 hours in Cali , doom on, my neighbors cat is never wrong. byekitty
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Well I know the earth rings all over after a quake that size, but this looks like more to come. The big spike was way after the 6+ duo. Rockin' in the USA!

[link to earthquake.usgs.gov]
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Well I know the earth rings all over after a quake that size, but this looks like more to come. The big spike was way after the 6+ duo. Rockin' in the USA!

[link to earthquake.usgs.gov]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 15676325


Just looking at the LISS plots,Something IS up...
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Re: M 6.4 Southern California
blairdubya are loving this, time to head to the bunkers people.
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Only one aftershock?
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No earthquakes in New Zealand in the 5 hours since the California quake hit.

It's a little unusual.

[link to beta.geonet.org.nz]
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No earthquakes in New Zealand in the 5 hours since the California quake hit.

It's a little unusual.

[link to beta.geonet.org.nz]
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it's sooo wired!
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so where are the 'animals acting weird' comments?????
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Just checked the live earhquakes map and noticed that the "original" 6.4 (or 6.3) EQ had two different depths reported. One source said 10 km, the other said 20 km. Small differences often happen, but I don't recall seeing a difference of 10 km in depths being reported for the same earthquake before.

Does anyone else think this is strange or have an explanation for it?
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come on, tell us about ears ringing, dogs barking, worms climbing, ants bugging out....?

ya'll are constantly posting 'signs,' did anyone actually experience anything?
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Just means the first shaker was too deep to cause an actual fault rupture. The second one is closer to the surface.

I don't like this. There are no known fault lines in that area. I think this is a precursor quake. Be careful Californians and get your bug-out bags ready.
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So, let me get this straight. There was a marginal quake in California and now it's DOOM ON?

Well damn, guess I picked the wrong day to stop sniffin' glue.
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6.4 isn't marginal, also topped off with a few aftershocks even around utah.

plus that entire pacific plate (alaska, california mexico, chile) has been lit up for weeks. this is quite possibly the beginning of something larger.
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People say this about every earthquake ever.
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Re: M 6.4 Southern California
M4.1 aftershock near San Diego, pretty much directly on San Andreas fault.

[link to earthquake.usgs.gov]

Event Time

2012-12-14 10:50:57 UTC
2012-12-14 02:50:57 UTC-08:00 at epicenter
2012-12-14 11:50:57 UTC+01:00 system time
Location

33.265°N 116.091°W depth=50.2km (31.2mi)

Nearby Cities

13km (8mi) WSW of Salton City, California
46km (29mi) S of Coachella, California
48km (30mi) SSE of La Quinta, California
51km (32mi) SSE of Indio, California
374km (232mi) W of Phoenix, Arizona
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If it was on San Andreas, in no way would it be an aftershock of the one offshore Catalina. Might be related - like some type domino effect - but not an aftershock
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Now the M4.1 also disappeared from the USGS map.

Depth of the 6.4 and 6.1 was updated to 10.1km and 11.1km respectively.
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those are the same quake, just readings from two different monitors.
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Just means the first shaker was too deep to cause an actual fault rupture. The second one is closer to the surface.

I don't like this. There are no known fault lines in that area. I think this is a precursor quake. Be careful Californians and get your bug-out bags ready.

 Quoting: MatangLawin


Quakes have been very quiet before and after this 6.4 also, comparatively to activity as of "late".
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And nothing in the mainstream news?? Two hours later? Suppose anything that even faintly suggests a 2012 related scenario will be hushed.
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It was all over the news this morning.
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Re: M 6.4 Southern California
Just means the first shaker was too deep to cause an actual fault rupture. The second one is closer to the surface.

I don't like this. There are no known fault lines in that area. I think this is a precursor quake. Be careful Californians and get your bug-out bags ready.

 Quoting: MatangLawin


Quakes have been very quiet before and after this 6.4 also, comparatively to activity as of "late".
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Worldwide, not just Cali...hiding
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Re: M 6.4 Southern California
Just means the first shaker was too deep to cause an actual fault rupture. The second one is closer to the surface.

I don't like this. There are no known fault lines in that area. I think this is a precursor quake. Be careful Californians and get your bug-out bags ready.

 Quoting: MatangLawin


what part of 'undersea lava field' did you miss?
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Just checked the live earhquakes map and noticed that the "original" 6.4 (or 6.3) EQ had two different depths reported. One source said 10 km, the other said 20 km. Small differences often happen, but I don't recall seeing a difference of 10 km in depths being reported for the same earthquake before.

Does anyone else think this is strange or have an explanation for it?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 29727256


It's not unusual. The first depth is often a preliminary value only from automatically gathered information from the seismographs. After a seismologist has reviewed all the data it often changes.

What I find odd is that there have clearly been two different quakes in the M6 range only seconds (or a few minutes) apart.

Some of the LISS stations show this, but best noticeable it is on the live seismograph at ABC.

Here's a screenshot which clearly shows two big quakes within a few minutes:
[link to www.abload.de]

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