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Update 04/09 -- Seismic uptick -- New Madrid, MO

 
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Re: Update 04/09 -- Seismic uptick -- New Madrid, MO
WTF happened about 12:46 today in Memphis???


[link to folkworm.ceri.memphis.edu]

scratching
 Quoting: goodmockingbird



Do you have a link for the main site that the seismo is on?
I use the one based on New Madrid: [link to folkworm.ceri.memphis.edu]
 Quoting: Ozark Granny


I got that one off of here:

[link to folkworm.ceri.memphis.edu]
 Quoting: goodmockingbird


Wow! There certainly is a lot more activity on that one than there is here: [link to folkworm.ceri.memphis.edu]
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Good grief. How long will this thread be around now?

Guess about four years and 100,000 pages.

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Re: Update 04/09 -- Seismic uptick -- New Madrid, MO
Very unsettling... Live in northeast mo but in Florida ATM, flying back tomorrow, saying a prayer I make it back to the safety of open farmland before it blows... Have had the feeling it's about ready to go for about a year now... Makes me uneasy for sure. May god watch over each and every one of us... Be vigilant and safe everyone
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Very well done, good find and thank you.

I have been saying this was coming for a few years...I used to live in St. Louis area...last big one was 1967...moved a bit northeast but I am still in the danger zone should a massive one hit...and all of my family and friends will die in the St. Louis area...but they don't listen to a word I say...they think I am nutz. It is coming...I believe God, who is longsuffering and patient, is about to shake the world...His wrath will be unmistakeable. God have mercy on us and may He shorten the days of His children.

 Quoting: MuldersFox 49096500


I moved from CA, where I was in both the Northridge and the Bay Area quake.

A few years back we had a 5 point EQ just east of St. Louis in IL. I felt it 60 miles away and it was stronger than either of the quakes in CA.

Quakes are very much different and more violent in the midwest than they are on the coasts because of subduction.

In geology, subduction is the process that takes place at convergent boundaries by which one tectonic plate moves under another tectonic plate and sinks into the mantle as the plates converge. Regions where this process occurs are known as subduction zones. Rates of subduction are typically centimetres per year, with the average rate of convergence being approximately two to eight centimetres per year.[1]

Plates include both oceanic crust and continental crust. Stable subduction zones involve the oceanic lithosphere of one plate sliding beneath the continental lithosphere or oceanic lithosphere of another plate due to the higher density of the oceanic lithosphere. That is, the subducted lithosphere is always oceanic while the over-riding lithosphere may or may not be oceanic. Subduction zones are sites of high rates of volcanism, earthquakes, and mountain building.
<snip>

[link to en.wikipedia.org (secure)]
 Quoting: Ozark Woman



Do you recall the 5.8 earthquake in Mineral, VA, on August 23, 2011? My two story house in New Jersey is built on a slab.

I was sitting in the family room next to the kitchen when it happened. My kitchen and dining room chandeliers were swaying back and forth. I stood up in disbelief and watched my 18'x12' kitchen floor "wave." My town is 250 miles from Mineral, Va.
 Quoting: nutmeg


Wow, nutmeg. I am glad you were not hurt. I was sick that day and did not feel it at work (sick at work, not smart. .) but others DID feel it and ran downstairs. This was in a two-story high school.

Earth lets quaking travel a LONG distance here.

In the big New Madrid quake, they recorded that church bells rang in their towers on their own as far away as Boston.
Now is the time.
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I feel ya. I can't count the number of times that I have pointed things out to people, only to be ignored, laughed at &/or ridiculed for being a "kook", a "nut" or a "conspiracy theorist". Look at what FEMA has done. They bought $13 million worth of food & water & placed it in FEMA region 3 & about the same amount & put it in Austin, Texas. What's in the middle, nearly dead center in between the two? And people want us to believe that FEMA region 3 is "the target". Pfft! Why the hell would They place the supplies IN the target area? It makes no damn sense. Look at the HUGE increase in seismic monitoring equipment that has been placed along the New Madrid seismic zone over the last few years. It's only a matter of time.
 Quoting: Reinvigorated Being


So why would they now, turn it off?
Something stinks, and it is more then the sulfur my neighbors have been reporting.
 Quoting: Ozark Granny


reporting sulfur?
Not good.
around here on the Delmarva Peninsula, we have had several instances of earthquake clouds lately. They are called nacreous clouds or rainbow clouds, too. They supposedly warn of gas being released from the ground prior to earthquakes.
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That a big population zone the new madrid is sitting on.

[link to burnthehole.com]

It is right beneath the mississippi it looks like. i guess it will just fill with water if it tears open
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 925768


TPTB would LOVE to have a waterway to run goods from the Gulf of Mexico all the way up to Canada &, if, IF, the New Madrid rips in the spectacular fashion that some believe that it will, that is a very real possibility.
 Quoting: Reinvigorated Being


A waterway that is deeper & more seasonally reliable than the Mississippi River, that is.
 Quoting: Reinvigorated Being


Mississippi River is 18 to 30 feet deep.
Channel is open for navigation with exception of when ice freezes river solid in winter.
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Re: Update 04/09 -- Seismic uptick -- New Madrid, MO
I feel ya. I can't count the number of times that I have pointed things out to people, only to be ignored, laughed at &/or ridiculed for being a "kook", a "nut" or a "conspiracy theorist". Look at what FEMA has done. They bought $13 million worth of food & water & placed it in FEMA region 3 & about the same amount & put it in Austin, Texas. What's in the middle, nearly dead center in between the two? And people want us to believe that FEMA region 3 is "the target". Pfft! Why the hell would They place the supplies IN the target area? It makes no damn sense. Look at the HUGE increase in seismic monitoring equipment that has been placed along the New Madrid seismic zone over the last few years. It's only a matter of time.
 Quoting: Reinvigorated Being


So why would they now, turn it off?
Something stinks, and it is more then the sulfur my neighbors have been reporting.
 Quoting: Ozark Granny


reporting sulfur?
Not good.
around here on the Delmarva Peninsula, we have had several instances of earthquake clouds lately. They are called nacreous clouds or rainbow clouds, too. They supposedly warn of gas being released from the ground prior to earthquakes.
 Quoting: beeches


And large booms!
I heard one a few weeks back... I thought the train had derailed.
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Very well done, good find and thank you.

I have been saying this was coming for a few years...I used to live in St. Louis area...last big one was 1967...moved a bit northeast but I am still in the danger zone should a massive one hit...and all of my family and friends will die in the St. Louis area...but they don't listen to a word I say...they think I am nutz. It is coming...I believe God, who is longsuffering and patient, is about to shake the world...His wrath will be unmistakeable. God have mercy on us and may He shorten the days of His children.

 Quoting: MuldersFox 49096500


I moved from CA, where I was in both the Northridge and the Bay Area quake.

A few years back we had a 5 point EQ just east of St. Louis in IL. I felt it 60 miles away and it was stronger than either of the quakes in CA.

Quakes are very much different and more violent in the midwest than they are on the coasts because of subduction.

In geology, subduction is the process that takes place at convergent boundaries by which one tectonic plate moves under another tectonic plate and sinks into the mantle as the plates converge. Regions where this process occurs are known as subduction zones. Rates of subduction are typically centimetres per year, with the average rate of convergence being approximately two to eight centimetres per year.[1]

Plates include both oceanic crust and continental crust. Stable subduction zones involve the oceanic lithosphere of one plate sliding beneath the continental lithosphere or oceanic lithosphere of another plate due to the higher density of the oceanic lithosphere. That is, the subducted lithosphere is always oceanic while the over-riding lithosphere may or may not be oceanic. Subduction zones are sites of high rates of volcanism, earthquakes, and mountain building.
<snip>

[link to en.wikipedia.org (secure)]
 Quoting: Ozark Woman



Do you recall the 5.8 earthquake in Mineral, VA, on August 23, 2011? My two story house in New Jersey is built on a slab.

I was sitting in the family room next to the kitchen when it happened. My kitchen and dining room chandeliers were swaying back and forth. I stood up in disbelief and watched my 18'x12' kitchen floor "wave." My town is 250 miles from Mineral, Va.
 Quoting: nutmeg


Wow, nutmeg. I am glad you were not hurt. I was sick that day and did not feel it at work (sick at work, not smart. .) but others DID feel it and ran downstairs. This was in a two-story high school.

Earth lets quaking travel a LONG distance here.

In the big New Madrid quake, they recorded that church bells rang in their towers on their own as far away as Boston.
 Quoting: beeches


We felt it all the way over to Long Island...
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My wife and I heard a boom that rattled the house in NE OH/ NW PA a couple of days ago. It was around 12:30 am and woke us up. I looked around the place expecting to see a car in a tree. All the critters around the place where up and looking all around but real quiet. I made a thread but can't find it in the search function.
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Very well done, good find and thank you.

I have been saying this was coming for a few years...I used to live in St. Louis area...last big one was 1967...moved a bit northeast but I am still in the danger zone should a massive one hit...and all of my family and friends will die in the St. Louis area...but they don't listen to a word I say...they think I am nutz. It is coming...I believe God, who is longsuffering and patient, is about to shake the world...His wrath will be unmistakeable. God have mercy on us and may He shorten the days of His children.

 Quoting: MuldersFox 49096500


I moved from CA, where I was in both the Northridge and the Bay Area quake.

A few years back we had a 5 point EQ just east of St. Louis in IL. I felt it 60 miles away and it was stronger than either of the quakes in CA.

Quakes are very much different and more violent in the midwest than they are on the coasts because of subduction.

In geology, subduction is the process that takes place at convergent boundaries by which one tectonic plate moves under another tectonic plate and sinks into the mantle as the plates converge. Regions where this process occurs are known as subduction zones. Rates of subduction are typically centimetres per year, with the average rate of convergence being approximately two to eight centimetres per year.[1]

Plates include both oceanic crust and continental crust. Stable subduction zones involve the oceanic lithosphere of one plate sliding beneath the continental lithosphere or oceanic lithosphere of another plate due to the higher density of the oceanic lithosphere. That is, the subducted lithosphere is always oceanic while the over-riding lithosphere may or may not be oceanic. Subduction zones are sites of high rates of volcanism, earthquakes, and mountain building.
<snip>

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What do you think about Yellowstone? think it will go off soon?
KINGDOMS, NATIONS AND KINGS HAVE BEEN BROUGHT DOWN TO THEIR KNEES WITH ONE GLANCE FROM A WOMAN.

I WEAR MY SKIN OF ARMOR SO NO ONE CAN GET IN AND NO ONE CAN GET OUT.

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That a big population zone the new madrid is sitting on.

[link to burnthehole.com]

It is right beneath the mississippi it looks like. i guess it will just fill with water if it tears open
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 925768


TPTB would LOVE to have a waterway to run goods from the Gulf of Mexico all the way up to Canada &, if, IF, the New Madrid rips in the spectacular fashion that some believe that it will, that is a very real possibility.
 Quoting: Reinvigorated Being


I've had a repetitive VIVID dream about having salt water fishing in Mountain Home,Arkansas, after a HUGE earthquake!

damned
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Yeah, if the fault went off, I would have ocean front property ...
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IF it went off as bad as has been speculated, we'd be close to that NW of Austin, Texas ourselves.
I wasn't born here but I got here as fast as I could! ;-)
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That a big population zone the new madrid is sitting on.

[link to burnthehole.com]

It is right beneath the mississippi it looks like. i guess it will just fill with water if it tears open
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 925768


TPTB would LOVE to have a waterway to run goods from the Gulf of Mexico all the way up to Canada &, if, IF, the New Madrid rips in the spectacular fashion that some believe that it will, that is a very real possibility.
 Quoting: Reinvigorated Being


A waterway that is deeper & more seasonally reliable than the Mississippi River, that is.
 Quoting: Reinvigorated Being


Mississippi River is 18 to 30 feet deep.
Channel is open for navigation with exception of when ice freezes river solid in winter.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 48266166


Or during a drought, like the one that we had a couple of years ago.
I wasn't born here but I got here as fast as I could! ;-)
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What do you think about Yellowstone? think it will go off soon?
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The precursors are there with the swarming quakes.
Yellowstone is just like the New Madrid, it is not if; but when.

We would be useless human beings if we sat and worried about the potentials that mother earth can throw at us. All we can do is be aware of the potential dangers and prepare the best we can, not only with bacon, beans and bullets, but in our minds.

At least that is what I try to do and keep an eye on things so that we are not caught unaware! hf

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IF it went off as bad as has been speculated, we'd be close to that NW of Austin, Texas ourselves.
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Knowing this area as I do, it hurts my heart to even think of what could happen.

Most of the area, within the NMFZ, is old and poor. Years ago, I think it was '98, we had the 100 year flood. It flooded several towns on the Mississippi. I helped sand bag, and when I wasn't doing that I was delivering food and supplies.

That event really etched a memory. Poor little babies that lost their homes, businesses flooded, the gross loss of animal life. It was incredible.

When I think of all the families that live in old brick homes that are not up to code and add the damage of the mighty Missisip on to that ...
When the NMFZ occurs, it will be the biggest disaster America has ever seen. I think the only other natural disaster that can trump it is Yellowstone or maybe the San Andreas.
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USGS sometimes takes days to report quakes in the Arkansas area and some, that clearly show up on the seismos are never posted, for some reason, maybe a valid one, but still. They are very slow to update the quake maps and most do not make it to the national maps of quakes. They are listed only to local shake maps by [link to folkworm.ceri.memphis.edu]
If a large event is going to happen on the New Madrid chances are it will be picked up by [link to quakepredictor.net] first. Usgs will tell you about it after the fact, not much use in that from a protection standpoint. The Marked Tree area produced an 8.0 in 1811. That areas helicorder/seismo was off for days recently. You would think considering the history of that area it would be given a bit more priority.
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USGS sometimes takes days to report quakes in the Arkansas area and some, that clearly show up on the seismos are never posted, for some reason, maybe a valid one, but still. They are very slow to update the quake maps and most do not make it to the national maps of quakes. They are listed only to local shake maps by [link to folkworm.ceri.memphis.edu]
If a large event is going to happen on the New Madrid chances are it will be picked up by [link to quakepredictor.net] first. Usgs will tell you about it after the fact, not much use in that from a protection standpoint. The Marked Tree area produced an 8.0 in 1811. That areas helicorder/seismo was off for days recently. You would think considering the history of that area it would be given a bit more priority.
peace
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I have been watching quakepredictor.net.

How do they get their data? I follow them on FB, as well as their Geiger counter readings.

And yeah, one would think that there would be priority for this info, but I have a sick feeling that the folks in charge do not think the same way as I.

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You have a good sense, your sick feeling is correct. And its worse than your politely understated perception of course. Horribly worse.
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The important thing is, everybody still had a budget-blowing Saturnalia and much energy was raised for the Horned God/dess.
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You have a good sense, your sick feeling is correct. And its worse than your politely understated perception of course. Horribly worse.
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Those folks need to come visit me ...
I've got some rock salt for them! hf

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UPDATE 12/27


Many CERI data streams still off line.

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UPDATE 12/27


Many CERI data streams still off line.

[link to folkworm.ceri.memphis.edu]
 Quoting: Ozark Granny


They are up and running. Some of the links you have to click on twice to make it come up.

And a bunch of them are showing something wierd at the 12 minute mark, like at 1242hrs today (ie, 12 minutes after the 1230hrs ticker starts its course).

But a couple of others show anomalies at like 1312hrs, so I am thinking it is something going on at the 12 minute mark.

Anything happen at 1242 today in the region?

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WTF happened about 12:46 today in Memphis???


[link to folkworm.ceri.memphis.edu]

scratching
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That looks like a bomb...
 Quoting: Saddletramp


Same thing same time today:

[link to folkworm.ceri.memphis.edu]

So it is a glitch.

Maybe somebody starts up the coffee maker and jostles the gadget.
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My wife and I heard a boom that rattled the house in NE OH/ NW PA a couple of days ago. It was around 12:30 am and woke us up. I looked around the place expecting to see a car in a tree. All the critters around the place where up and looking all around but real quiet. I made a thread but can't find it in the search function.
 Quoting: Some guy 51969152


I am originally from Ohio and I responded to that thread. If I find it, I will post it.

if you know the title, the GLP search function should do it, but sometimes it does not.

I have found threads by going to Bing (Google if you must!)and that takes you back to wherever it is on this site. Strange but it works.
Now is the time.
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UPDATE 03/10


I have been monitoring the Memphis seismo today, because of the big quake this morning off the west coast.

There are big gaps of time missing on the seismos, all of them on this site between 9 AM and 2:15 PM:

[link to folkworm.ceri.memphis.edu]

There is some good activity on some of them before the data is cut off.

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Good grief. How long will this thread be around now?

Guess about four years and 100,000 pages.

meh
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UH, the thread began in November of 2013 because NM has been - and is - a VERY significant issue!

Pay attention to what matters instead of being uncleverly snarky.
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That a big population zone the new madrid is sitting on.

[link to burnthehole.com]

It is right beneath the mississippi it looks like. i guess it will just fill with water if it tears open
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That sort of reminds me of this ... [link to www.luisprada.com]
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Looks like I'll have some beachfront property.
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UPDATE 04/09 -

Seismic uptick -- New Madrid, MO: [link to folkworm.ceri.memphis.edu]
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