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M 6.4 Southern California

 
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I am on the coast, can see Catalina from window, better believe we felt it! Woke us up. First place I checked was GLP!
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Were you at the Catalina wine mixer this year?
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What the f%$k has wine got to do with earthquakes? stay on the god damn subject.
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You have a mangina! You have a mangina!
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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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Will you stop spreading that horseshit! No it wasn't. You are very ill-informed. A 6.4 years ago was a fucking 6.4.
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well, the good news.

Nothing happenend to JAPAN!!!
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Staying alert here in So. Calif. I feel something is up.

Keep this thread updated please!
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Staying alert here in So. Calif. I feel something is up.

Keep this thread updated please!
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I am on the coast, can see Catalina from window, better believe we felt it! Woke us up. First place I checked was GLP!
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Were you at the Catalina wine mixer this year?
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What the f%$k has wine got to do with earthquakes? stay on the god damn subject.
 Quoting: Captaininyourface 29855925


You have a mangina! You have a mangina!
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cruise
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Staying alert here in So. Calif. I feel something is up.

Keep this thread updated please!
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Stay safe!
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glad i dont live in cali.
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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.
 Quoting: hapless moran

 Quoting: MarkinAZ


A 6.4 a few years ago was considered a 7.4!
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Will you stop spreading that horseshit! No it wasn't. You are very ill-informed. A 6.4 years ago was a fucking 6.4.
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Thread: AS I THOUGHT,THE RICHTER SCALE WAS DOWNGRADED.
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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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as far as the mag 6+ - it was ONE quake. and 10-20 km is not deep, it is in fact very SHALLOW at between 12 to 6 miles underground.
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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?

...

 Quoting: MarkinAZ


A 6.4 a few years ago was considered a 7.4!
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Will you stop spreading that horseshit! No it wasn't. You are very ill-informed. A 6.4 years ago was a fucking 6.4.
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Thread: AS I THOUGHT,THE RICHTER SCALE WAS DOWNGRADED.
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We're not even using the Richter scale anymore. We're using the moment magnitude scale, since we discovered that the Richter scale has a limit.

If I remember this right, up to a magnitude of approximately 7.6 both the Richter scale and the MMS were identical and accurate, but very large quakes above that magnitude couldn't be classified correctly on the Richter scale. So we switched to the open-ended (and far more logical) moment magnitude scale.

That the scale was downgraded is complete bullshit. If it was so, those extremely large quakes above M9.0 would have been above M10.0 which is impossible?!
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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


as far as the mag 6+ - it was ONE quake. and 10-20 km is not deep, it is in fact very SHALLOW at between 12 to 6 miles underground.
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TARDED!!!! YOU!!!!

UTC 6 hours ago Northern California 1.4 10.5 USGS Feed Detail
Friday December 14 2012, 10:50:57 UTC 6 hours ago Southern California 4.1 50.2 USGS Feed Detail
Friday December 14 2012, 10:50:18 UTC 6 hours ago Off W. Coast Of Baja California 4.7 10.0 CSEM-EMSC Feed Detail
Friday December 14 2012, 10:50:15 UTC 6 hours ago off the west coast of Baja California 4.7 9.8 USGS Feed Detail
Friday December 14 2012, 10:38:31 UTC 6 hours ago Utah 3.2 27.4 USGS Feed Detail
Friday December 14 2012, 10:37:53 UTC 6 hours ago Utah 3.5 2.9 USGS Feed Detail
Friday December 14 2012, 10:36:18 UTC 6 hours ago off the coast of California 6.1 11.1 USGS Feed Detail
Friday December 14 2012, 10:36:02 UTC 6 hours ago off the west coast of Baja California 6.3 11.3 USGS Feed Detail
Friday December 14 2012, 10:36:01 UTC 6 hours ago Off W Coast of Baja, California. 6.3 10.0 GeoScience Australia Detail
Friday December 14 2012, 10:36:01 UTC 6 hours ago Off W. Coast Of Baja California 6.4 10.0 CSEM-EMSC Feed Detail
Friday December 14 2012, 10:36:01 UTC 6 hours ago off the west coast of Baja California 6.4 20.0
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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?

...

 Quoting: MarkinAZ


A 6.4 a few years ago was considered a 7.4!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 7554855


Will you stop spreading that horseshit! No it wasn't. You are very ill-informed. A 6.4 years ago was a fucking 6.4.
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Thread: AS I THOUGHT,THE RICHTER SCALE WAS DOWNGRADED.
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that is your source? a GLP thread linking to some nutjob? The richter scale has not been downgraded. a 6.4 today is the same as a 6.4 20 years, or 50 years ago.
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Re: M 6.4 Southern California
[link to quakes.globalincidentmap.com]

meh oops etc.

i absolutely cannot believe how stupid people are on this forum sometimes. most of the time. ok, ALWAYS....
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CRAP I HAVE A NEW LAPTOP AND DON'T HAVE MY EURO EQ LINKS ANYMORE....

also i have caps lock which is AMAZING, try it, it's like yelling only better. and goes well with brawndo.

anyway can someone throw out the euro/mid east sesmo links? they are generally more accurate than usgs, even tho usgs has been starting to use them more...
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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


as far as the mag 6+ - it was ONE quake. and 10-20 km is not deep, it is in fact very SHALLOW at between 12 to 6 miles underground.
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TARDED!!!! YOU!!!!

UTC 6 hours ago Northern California 1.4 10.5 USGS Feed Detail
Friday December 14 2012, 10:50:57 UTC 6 hours ago Southern California 4.1 50.2 USGS Feed Detail
Friday December 14 2012, 10:50:18 UTC 6 hours ago Off W. Coast Of Baja California 4.7 10.0 CSEM-EMSC Feed Detail
Friday December 14 2012, 10:50:15 UTC 6 hours ago off the west coast of Baja California 4.7 9.8 USGS Feed Detail
Friday December 14 2012, 10:38:31 UTC 6 hours ago Utah 3.2 27.4 USGS Feed Detail
Friday December 14 2012, 10:37:53 UTC 6 hours ago Utah 3.5 2.9 USGS Feed Detail
Friday December 14 2012, 10:36:18 UTC 6 hours ago off the coast of California 6.1 11.1 USGS Feed Detail
Friday December 14 2012, 10:36:02 UTC 6 hours ago off the west coast of Baja California 6.3 11.3 USGS Feed Detail
Friday December 14 2012, 10:36:01 UTC 6 hours ago Off W Coast of Baja, California. 6.3 10.0 GeoScience Australia Detail
Friday December 14 2012, 10:36:01 UTC 6 hours ago Off W. Coast Of Baja California 6.4 10.0 CSEM-EMSC Feed Detail
Friday December 14 2012, 10:36:01 UTC 6 hours ago off the west coast of Baja California 6.4 20.0
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Go learn something about how quakes are reported. There are different monitoring stations - different equipment which reports electronically. Those are not 5 separate mag 6+ quakes, it is the same quake.
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[link to abclocal.go.com]
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Re: M 6.4 Southern California
Small, shallow aftershock closer to the coast.

M3.2 - 126km WSW of Rosarito, Mexico

[link to earthquake.usgs.gov]
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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


as far as the mag 6+ - it was ONE quake. and 10-20 km is not deep, it is in fact very SHALLOW at between 12 to 6 miles underground.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 29866263


TARDED!!!! YOU!!!!

UTC 6 hours ago Northern California 1.4 10.5 USGS Feed Detail
Friday December 14 2012, 10:50:57 UTC 6 hours ago Southern California 4.1 50.2 USGS Feed Detail
Friday December 14 2012, 10:50:18 UTC 6 hours ago Off W. Coast Of Baja California 4.7 10.0 CSEM-EMSC Feed Detail
Friday December 14 2012, 10:50:15 UTC 6 hours ago off the west coast of Baja California 4.7 9.8 USGS Feed Detail
Friday December 14 2012, 10:38:31 UTC 6 hours ago Utah 3.2 27.4 USGS Feed Detail
Friday December 14 2012, 10:37:53 UTC 6 hours ago Utah 3.5 2.9 USGS Feed Detail
Friday December 14 2012, 10:36:18 UTC 6 hours ago off the coast of California 6.1 11.1 USGS Feed Detail
Friday December 14 2012, 10:36:02 UTC 6 hours ago off the west coast of Baja California 6.3 11.3 USGS Feed Detail
Friday December 14 2012, 10:36:01 UTC 6 hours ago Off W Coast of Baja, California. 6.3 10.0 GeoScience Australia Detail
Friday December 14 2012, 10:36:01 UTC 6 hours ago Off W. Coast Of Baja California 6.4 10.0 CSEM-EMSC Feed Detail
Friday December 14 2012, 10:36:01 UTC 6 hours ago off the west coast of Baja California 6.4 20.0
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 29378280


Go learn something about how quakes are reported. There are different monitoring stations - different equipment which reports electronically. Those are not 5 separate mag 6+ quakes, it is the same quake.
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you have no idea what you are talking about. so shut the fuck up, dumbass.
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Re: M 6.4 Southern California
Small, shallow aftershock closer to the coast.

M3.2 - 126km WSW of Rosarito, Mexico

[link to earthquake.usgs.gov]
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Friday December 14 2012, 17:40:11 UTC 3 minutes ago off the west coast of Baja California 3.2 7.5 USGS Feed
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Small, shallow aftershock closer to the coast.

M3.2 - 126km WSW of Rosarito, Mexico

[link to earthquake.usgs.gov]
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Aaaaand it already disappeared off the map. Come on, USGS, I've watched the seismograph deflect. rolleyes
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Only the Media callss aftershocks, aftershocks. They the USGS and a earthquake panel last year hav stated that aftershocks are Erathquakes that come after.

So for the sake of argument can everybody call them what they are.

Earthquakes are all earthquakes. Before. During nad afterwards. There's no such thing as an aftershock anymore.

California has had 7 earthquakes all of a magnitude 5.5 or better.

Watch that Salton Sea. One quake was centered very close.
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Earthquake was off the cost

[link to earthquake.usgs.gov]
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Only the Media callss aftershocks, aftershocks. They the USGS and a earthquake panel last year hav stated that aftershocks are Erathquakes that come after.

So for the sake of argument can everybody call them what they are.

Earthquakes are all earthquakes. Before. During nad afterwards. There's no such thing as an aftershock anymore.

California has had 7 earthquakes all of a magnitude 5.5 or better.

Watch that Salton Sea. One quake was centered very close.
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an aftershock happens at the same epicenter.

and yeah i posted some highly intelligent amazing shit earlier about salton and lava fields but did anyone notice my brilliance? hardly.

chuckle
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Only the Media callss aftershocks, aftershocks. They the USGS and a earthquake panel last year hav stated that aftershocks are Erathquakes that come after.

So for the sake of argument can everybody call them what they are.

Earthquakes are all earthquakes. Before. During nad afterwards. There's no such thing as an aftershock anymore.

California has had 7 earthquakes all of a magnitude 5.5 or better.

Watch that Salton Sea. One quake was centered very close.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 21725104


an aftershock happens at the same epicenter.

and yeah i posted some highly intelligent amazing shit earlier about salton and lava fields but did anyone notice my brilliance? hardly.

chuckle
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Re: M 6.4 Southern California
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?

...

 Quoting: MarkinAZ


A 6.4 a few years ago was considered a 7.4!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 7554855


Will you stop spreading that horseshit! No it wasn't. You are very ill-informed. A 6.4 years ago was a fucking 6.4.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 29862814


Thread: AS I THOUGHT,THE RICHTER SCALE WAS DOWNGRADED.
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You said a few YEARS not DECADES dick head
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