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ZetaTalk: Christmas Hammer

 
The Lone Ranger

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I wonder if Nancy gets "hammered" during the Christmas/new year break?

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I highly dout it but I sure did.
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"You forgot to include the 1900's

1990 16590
1991 16484
1992 19524
1993 21476
1994 19371
1995 21007
1996 19938
1997 19872
1998 21688
1999 20832



Since 1990, 2007 has been the first year for 4 Major (Greater the Mag. 8) earthquakes to occur. From 1990 to 1999 there have only been 6. Since 2000 there have been 12. Which is a 100% increase in major earthquakes YTD.

The source of all this information is the USGS. You need to remember the USGS does not log all earthquakes expecially aftershocks. Also the amount of monitoring stations have been increasing as well which can make it hard to determine an increase."



OUCHIE WOUCHIE EWW EWWW!
The debunkers or government paid liars as they are also known are having a tad of a hard time explaining why they have been saying since 2002 that earthquakes have NOT been increasing. Can you spot their LIES yet?

Not such a difficult task, it seems.
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"You forgot to include the 1900's

1990 16590
1991 16484
1992 19524
1993 21476
1994 19371
1995 21007
1996 19938
1997 19872
1998 21688
1999 20832



Since 1990, 2007 has been the first year for 4 Major (Greater the Mag. 8) earthquakes to occur. From 1990 to 1999 there have only been 6. Since 2000 there have been 12. Which is a 100% increase in major earthquakes YTD.

The source of all this information is the USGS. You need to remember the USGS does not log all earthquakes expecially aftershocks. Also the amount of monitoring stations have been increasing as well which can make it hard to determine an increase."



OUCHIE WOUCHIE EWW EWWW!
The debunkers or government paid liars as they are also known are having a tad of a hard time explaining why they have been saying since 2002 that earthquakes have NOT been increasing. Can you spot their LIES yet?

Not such a difficult task, it seems.
 Quoting: User # 78/68


Good work my friend! The sincere inquiror can indeed see that these paid liers and shills are THEMSELVES profound evidence that there is much of value to be learned from Nancy and the Zetas. Their lies are transparent INDEED!!

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The best advice we can give on this matter is to read with your heart as well as your mind. Follow the flow, let the nuances lie unanswered and unchallenged in your mind. Treat this as a garden you are walking through for the first time, and experience it fully without trying to categorize it! Much of what you will learn will be processed in your subconscious, and influence your conscious mind later. If you must dissect each phrase, and correlate it with each piece of information taken from another source, you will trash much of what you could otherwise gain. Live in the gray, not always insisting on black and white and strict compartmentalizations.

ZetaTalk: Oahspe Note: written Apr 15, 1997.
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In response to the earthquake question.

IMO the quakes equal out, in other words the plates can move by many small increments or a few large jumps. Do you ever stop to think about why the plates are moving? What causes quakes? If you do think about it, it makes sense that sometimes there will be a variation. The earth is dynamic.
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In response to the earthquake question.

IMO the quakes equal out, in other words the plates can move by many small increments or a few large jumps. Do you ever stop to think about why the plates are moving? What causes quakes? If you do think about it, it makes sense that sometimes there will be a variation. The earth is dynamic.
 Quoting: Boomerang


From
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Characterized by continuous change, activity, or progress

And this causes quakes HOW???

What a silly little response!!
The best advice we can give on this matter is to read with your heart as well as your mind. Follow the flow, let the nuances lie unanswered and unchallenged in your mind. Treat this as a garden you are walking through for the first time, and experience it fully without trying to categorize it! Much of what you will learn will be processed in your subconscious, and influence your conscious mind later. If you must dissect each phrase, and correlate it with each piece of information taken from another source, you will trash much of what you could otherwise gain. Live in the gray, not always insisting on black and white and strict compartmentalizations.

ZetaTalk: Oahspe Note: written Apr 15, 1997.
 [link to www.zetatalk.com] 

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Zetamax?

The earth is always changing. It never stops.

Imagine this. Plates on the move, sometimes they stick, then the forces build until the plates slip. The forces vary according to the friction involved, this is why some quakes are larger than others.
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In response to the earthquake question.

IMO the quakes equal out, in other words the plates can move by many small increments or a few large jumps. Do you ever stop to think about why the plates are moving? What causes quakes? If you do think about it, it makes sense that sometimes there will be a variation. The earth is dynamic.
 Quoting: Boomerang

say boomerang...the plates are sitting on a molten ball of iron right??? and this ball spins [at various of speeds], right??? what if the iron ball is influenced by a outside magnetic field...and it react in that direction of the influence..the center of gravity of the ball is altered...food for thought...
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If there were any outside magnetic field capable of influencing the earth, then it would be measureable, right? It isn't. There are no unaccounted for magnetic fields.
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Whatever you say agent 88145 ... just like you said earthquakes had never increased at all.

hint for YOU: you've already used up your shakey cred. Go elsewhere and bullshit those who you haven't already ... if there is anybody left???
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say boomerang...the plates are sitting on a molten ball of iron right??? and this ball spins [at various of speeds], right??? what if the iron ball is influenced by a outside magnetic field...and it react in that direction of the influence..the center of gravity of the ball is altered...food for thought...
 Quoting: picesnator


Wrong again,
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Main article: Mantle (geology)

Earth's mantle extends to a depth of 2890 km, making it the largest layer of the Earth. The pressure, at the bottom of the mantle, is ~140 GPa (1.4 Matm). The mantle is composed of silicate rocks that are rich in iron and magnesium relative to the overlying crust. Although solid, the high temperatures within the mantle cause the silicate material to be sufficiently ductile that it can flow on very long timescales. Convection of the mantle is expressed at the surface through the motions of tectonic plates. The melting point and viscosity of a substance depends on the pressure it is under. As there is intense and increasing pressure as one travels deeper into the mantle, the lower part of the mantle flows less easily than does the upper mantle (chemical changes within the mantle may also be important). The viscosity of the mantle ranges between 1021 and 1024 Pa·s, depending on depth.[11] In comparison, the viscosity of water is approximately 10-3 Pa·s and that of pitch 107 Pa·s. Thus, the mantle flows very slowly.
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more here, educate yourself
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quote
So much for fiction. In fact, for at least the last 160 million years, as known from evidence preserved in the geological record, Earth's magnetic field has often reversed polarity. The story is told by tiny magnetic domains in layered basalts on land and on the spreading ocean floors, frozen in different orientations.

Core spin isn't implicated, however. The solid inner core turns only once every 120 years or so, relative to the rest of the planet. No one knows the real reason for field reversals.

"We know more about the surface of the sun than the deep earth," says Rich Muller of the Lab's Physics Division, a professor of physics at UC Berkeley. "We can probe it by seismography and by looking at heat signatures, and we have the evidence from changes in the magnetic field. But mostly it's a mystery."
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say boomerang...the plates are sitting on a molten ball of iron right??? and this ball spins [at various of speeds], right??? what if the iron ball is influenced by a outside magnetic field...and it react in that direction of the influence..the center of gravity of the ball is altered...food for thought...


Wrong again,
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Main article: Mantle (geology)

Earth's mantle extends to a depth of 2890 km, making it the largest layer of the Earth. The pressure, at the bottom of the mantle, is ~140 GPa (1.4 Matm). The mantle is composed of silicate rocks that are rich in iron and magnesium relative to the overlying crust. Although solid, the high temperatures within the mantle cause the silicate material to be sufficiently ductile that it can flow on very long timescales. Convection of the mantle is expressed at the surface through the motions of tectonic plates. The melting point and viscosity of a substance depends on the pressure it is under. As there is intense and increasing pressure as one travels deeper into the mantle, the lower part of the mantle flows less easily than does the upper mantle (chemical changes within the mantle may also be important). The viscosity of the mantle ranges between 1021 and 1024 Pa·s, depending on depth.[11] In comparison, the viscosity of water is approximately 10-3 Pa·s and that of pitch 107 Pa·s. Thus, the mantle flows very slowly.
end quote

more here, educate yourself
[link to en.wikipedia.org]

quote
So much for fiction. In fact, for at least the last 160 million years, as known from evidence preserved in the geological record, Earth's magnetic field has often reversed polarity. The story is told by tiny magnetic domains in layered basalts on land and on the spreading ocean floors, frozen in different orientations.

Core spin isn't implicated, however. The solid inner core turns only once every 120 years or so, relative to the rest of the planet. No one knows the real reason for field reversals.

"We know more about the surface of the sun than the deep earth," says Rich Muller of the Lab's Physics Division, a professor of physics at UC Berkeley. "We can probe it by seismography and by looking at heat signatures, and we have the evidence from changes in the magnetic field. But mostly it's a mystery."
end quote

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 Quoting: Prof-Rabbit 148352

The Earth, the Sun, and the rest of the solar system, was formed 4.54 billion years ago by accretion from a rotating disk of dust and gas. The immense amount of heat energy released from gravitational energy and from the decay of radioactive elements melted the entire planet, and it is still cooling off today. Denser materials like iron (Fe) sank into the core of the Earth, while lighter silicates (Si), other oxygen (O) compounds, and water rose near the surface.

The earth is divided into four main layers: the inner core, outer core, mantle, and crust. The core is composed mostly of iron (Fe) and is so hot that the outer core is molten, with about 10% sulphur (S). The inner core is under such extreme pressure that it remains solid. Most of the Earth's mass is in the mantle, which is composed of iron (Fe), magnesium (Mg), aluminum (Al), silicon (Si), and oxygen (O) silicate compounds. At over 1000 degrees C, the mantle is solid but can deform slowly in a plastic manner. The crust is much thinner than any of the other layers, and is composed of the least dense calcium (Ca) and sodium (Na) aluminum-silicate minerals. Being relatively cold, the crust is rocky and brittle, so it can fracture in earthquakes.
Exploring the Earth's Core
How was the Earth's core discovered? Recordings of seismic waves from earthquakes gave the first clue. Seismic waves will bend and reflect at the interfaces between different materials, just like the prism below refracts and scatters light waves at its faces.

In addition, the two types of seismic wave behave differently, depending on the material. Compressional P waves will travel and refract through both fluid and solid materials. Shear S waves, however, cannot travel through fluids like air or water. Fluids cannot support the side-to-side particle motion that makes S waves.

Seismic rays and shadow zones

Seismologists noticed that records from an earthquake made around the world changed radically once the event was more than a certain distance away, about 105 degrees in terms of the angle between the earthquake and the seismograph as measured at the center of the earth. After 105 degrees the direct P- and S- waves disappeared almost completely, but slow surface waves and waves taking other paths would arrive from over the horizon. The area beyond 105 degrees distance forms a shadow zone. At larger distances, some P waves that travel through the liquid core (path K on the figure above) would arrive, but still no S waves. The Earth has to have a molten, fluid core to explain the lack of S waves in the shadow zone, and the bending of P waves to form their shadow zone.


You can get a rough estimate of the size of the Earth's core by simply assuming that the last S wave, before the shadow zone starts at 105 degrees, travels in a straight line. Knowing that the Earth has a radius of about 6370 km, you have a right triangle where the cosine of half of 105 degrees equals the radius of the core divided by the radius of the earth.

The fact that the Earth has a magnetic field is an independent piece of evidence for a molten, liquid core. A compass magnet aligns with the magnetic field anywhere on the Earth. The earth cannot be a large permanent magnet, since magnetic minerals lose their magnetism when they are hotter than about 500 degrees C. Almost all of the earth is hotter, and the only other way to make a magnetic field is with a circulating electric current. Circulation and convection of electrically conductive molten iron in the Earth's outer core produces the magnetic field. To make the magnetic field, the convection must be relatively rapid (much faster than it is in the plastic mantle), so the core must be fluid. Much of the energy to drive this convection comes from growth of the solid inner core, with the release of energy as the iron changes from solid to liquid.

Because the Earth's magnetic field arises in the unstable patterns of fluid flow in the core, it changes direction at irregular intervals. In recent geologic history it may have switched direction about every 200,000 years. Any kind of geologic deposit (e.g.: lava flows, layered muds) put down over time will thus have different layers magnetized in opposing directions, recording the magnetic field direction as it was when the layer solidified. Geophysicists can measure the changes in direction to make a magnetostratigraphy for the deposit.

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what did I get wrong???
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this bit

say boomerang...the plates are sitting on a molten ball of iron right??? and this ball spins [at various of speeds], right???
 Quoting: picesnator


The plates sit on the mantle, not the core.


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Main article: Mantle (geology)

Earth's mantle extends to a depth of 2890 km, making it the largest layer of the Earth. The pressure, at the bottom of the mantle, is ~140 GPa (1.4 Matm). The mantle is composed of silicate rocks that are rich in iron and magnesium relative to the overlying crust. Although solid, the high temperatures within the mantle cause the silicate material to be sufficiently ductile that it can flow on very long timescales. Convection of the mantle is expressed at the surface through the motions of tectonic plates. The melting point and viscosity of a substance depends on the pressure it is under. As there is intense and increasing pressure as one travels deeper into the mantle, the lower part of the mantle flows less easily than does the upper mantle (chemical changes within the mantle may also be important). The viscosity of the mantle ranges between 1021 and 1024 Pa·s, depending on depth.[11] In comparison, the viscosity of water is approximately 10-3 Pa·s and that of pitch 107 Pa·s. Thus, the mantle flows very slowly.
end quote

more here, educate yourself
[link to en.wikipedia.org]

quote
So much for fiction. In fact, for at least the last 160 million years, as known from evidence preserved in the geological record, Earth's magnetic field has often reversed polarity. The story is told by tiny magnetic domains in layered basalts on land and on the spreading ocean floors, frozen in different orientations.

Core spin isn't implicated, however. The solid inner core turns only once every 120 years or so, relative to the rest of the planet. No one knows the real reason for field reversals.

"We know more about the surface of the sun than the deep earth," says Rich Muller of the Lab's Physics Division, a professor of physics at UC Berkeley. "We can probe it by seismography and by looking at heat signatures, and we have the evidence from changes in the magnetic field. But mostly it's a mystery."
end quote

[link to www.lbl.gov]

The Earth, the Sun, and the rest of the solar system, was formed 4.54 billion years ago by accretion from a rotating disk of dust and gas. The immense amount of heat energy released from gravitational energy and from the decay of radioactive elements melted the entire planet, and it is still cooling off today. Denser materials like iron (Fe) sank into the core of the Earth, while lighter silicates (Si), other oxygen (O) compounds, and water rose near the surface.

The earth is divided into four main layers: the inner core, outer core, mantle, and crust. The core is composed mostly of iron (Fe) and is so hot that the outer core is molten, with about 10% sulphur (S). The inner core is under such extreme pressure that it remains solid. Most of the Earth's mass is in the mantle, which is composed of iron (Fe), magnesium (Mg), aluminum (Al), silicon (Si), and oxygen (O) silicate compounds. At over 1000 degrees C, the mantle is solid but can deform slowly in a plastic manner. The crust is much thinner than any of the other layers, and is composed of the least dense calcium (Ca) and sodium (Na) aluminum-silicate minerals. Being relatively cold, the crust is rocky and brittle, so it can fracture in earthquakes.
Exploring the Earth's Core
How was the Earth's core discovered? Recordings of seismic waves from earthquakes gave the first clue. Seismic waves will bend and reflect at the interfaces between different materials, just like the prism below refracts and scatters light waves at its faces.

In addition, the two types of seismic wave behave differently, depending on the material. Compressional P waves will travel and refract through both fluid and solid materials. Shear S waves, however, cannot travel through fluids like air or water. Fluids cannot support the side-to-side particle motion that makes S waves.

Seismic rays and shadow zones

Seismologists noticed that records from an earthquake made around the world changed radically once the event was more than a certain distance away, about 105 degrees in terms of the angle between the earthquake and the seismograph as measured at the center of the earth. After 105 degrees the direct P- and S- waves disappeared almost completely, but slow surface waves and waves taking other paths would arrive from over the horizon. The area beyond 105 degrees distance forms a shadow zone. At larger distances, some P waves that travel through the liquid core (path K on the figure above) would arrive, but still no S waves. The Earth has to have a molten, fluid core to explain the lack of S waves in the shadow zone, and the bending of P waves to form their shadow zone.


You can get a rough estimate of the size of the Earth's core by simply assuming that the last S wave, before the shadow zone starts at 105 degrees, travels in a straight line. Knowing that the Earth has a radius of about 6370 km, you have a right triangle where the cosine of half of 105 degrees equals the radius of the core divided by the radius of the earth.

The fact that the Earth has a magnetic field is an independent piece of evidence for a molten, liquid core. A compass magnet aligns with the magnetic field anywhere on the Earth. The earth cannot be a large permanent magnet, since magnetic minerals lose their magnetism when they are hotter than about 500 degrees C. Almost all of the earth is hotter, and the only other way to make a magnetic field is with a circulating electric current. Circulation and convection of electrically conductive molten iron in the Earth's outer core produces the magnetic field. To make the magnetic field, the convection must be relatively rapid (much faster than it is in the plastic mantle), so the core must be fluid. Much of the energy to drive this convection comes from growth of the solid inner core, with the release of energy as the iron changes from solid to liquid.

Because the Earth's magnetic field arises in the unstable patterns of fluid flow in the core, it changes direction at irregular intervals. In recent geologic history it may have switched direction about every 200,000 years. Any kind of geologic deposit (e.g.: lava flows, layered muds) put down over time will thus have different layers magnetized in opposing directions, recording the magnetic field direction as it was when the layer solidified. Geophysicists can measure the changes in direction to make a magnetostratigraphy for the deposit.

what did I get wrong???
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Whatever you say agent 88145 ... just like you said earthquakes had never increased at all.

hint for YOU: you've already used up your shakey cred. Go elsewhere and bullshit those who you haven't already ... if there is anybody left???
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Of course you preserve your own imagined "cred", by never really SAYING anything at all. Still just sniping from the sidelines, as always.
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Maybe Nancy did a typo, instead of "Re: ZetaTalk: Christmas Hammer" Nancy meant "Christmas Hamper" and missed out?
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hmmmm...guess ur right rabbit...my bad
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Whatever you say agent 88145 ... just like you said earthquakes had never increased at all.

hint for YOU: you've already used up your shakey cred. Go elsewhere and bullshit those who you haven't already ... if there is anybody left???
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Here's a simple yes/no question for you Luser...

Do you agree with Nancy that earthquake numbers are increasing? Yes, or no.

Let's see if you evade answering this.
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78/68...we're waiting on your answer. Why are you trying to evade answering?
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78/68...we're waiting on your answer. Why are you trying to evade answering?
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My wife got the hammer last night.

Wink, wink.
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Maybe Nancy did a typo, instead of "Re: ZetaTalk: Christmas Hammer" Nancy meant "Christmas Hamper" and missed out?
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Are there ANY bunkers who actually agree with Nancy that earthquakes are increasing?
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78/68...we're waiting on your answer. Why are you trying to evade answering?
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We all know that Luserboy knows JACKSHIT!!

PS: He will never answer a direct question because he knows deep down that Ms LIEDer's doomsday HOAX was just that...a JOKE of a HOAX.

The bunkers have NOTHING in their arsenal except BLANK bullets of stupidity and wishful thinking....just like their beloved LIEDer!!!!
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DebasRA.....all the way to 2013!!!!


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Maybe Nancy did a typo, instead of "Re: ZetaTalk: Christmas Hammer" Nancy meant "Christmas Hamper" and missed out?
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Maybe Christmas Hummer?
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Christmas ham? Yeah, I had a Christmas ham!
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Christmas ham? Yeah, I had a Christmas ham!
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So did I. It was pretty good.

As for earthquake analysis, I'm trying to do a count with the ANSS data. Unfortunately, Excel can't handle more than 64k rows.
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Is there any way to do it in sections and then use the summaries from those sections in an overall picture?
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Are there ANY bunkers who actually agree with Nancy that earthquakes are increasing?
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Interesting that none of Nancy's followers...even her shills, won't admit to agree'ing with her on this. The facts don't lie...like Nancy does.
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Are there ANY bunkers who actually agree with Nancy that earthquakes are increasing?


Interesting that none of Nancy's followers...even her shills, won't admit to agree'ing with her on this. The facts don't lie...like Nancy does.
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Sorry...bad English. None of her followers nor shills WILL admit to agree with her on this.
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Debunkers are thinkers while bunkers wear blinkers.

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