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Arkansas gets Earthquake predictor sensor

 
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Arkansas gets Earthquake predictor sensor
Arkansas is part of the New Madrid earthquake zone.
A new website is measuring pressure in the area and can give early warning of earth quakes on the fault system. The live advanced sensor has been operating since January of 2013 and is now publicly viewable starting this week at this weblink- bookmark it..If crap is going to hit the fan soon, this site might give some advance notice.
peace
[link to quakepredictor.net]
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Re: Arkansas gets Earthquake predictor sensor
A recent quake 30 miles from the sensor, produced a reading of 117 several hours before the quake was recorded by seismic stations...The range of this sensor is several hundred miles however..Many have noted what effects the New Madrid also effects other areas of the United States..This does seem to be the case very often.
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Re: Arkansas gets Earthquake predictor sensor
They are showing warning levels of 81.
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Re: Arkansas gets Earthquake predictor sensor
Levels have hit near 96 today.. It is clear pressures are very stressed today. This does not happen very often.sheep
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Replying to your own thread is like high fiving yourself. Lame
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Re: Arkansas gets Earthquake predictor sensor
cool site- Arkansas residents reporting BOOMS
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Re: Arkansas gets Earthquake predictor sensor
seriously?
you guys got one before los angeles?

this is crap!

im feelin an eq right now, and nobodys gona believe me till some "monitor" in Bulgaria picks up the waves and reports it tomorrow.

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well I live close to AR and I appreciate the info so High Five!rockoncool2toungepeace
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Re: Arkansas gets Earthquake predictor sensor
well I live close to AR and I appreciate the info so High Five!rockoncool2toungepeace
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 48346699


Thanks You are welcome... USGS ZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ sheep
They don't report some quakes even when they are working.
[link to quakepredictor.net]
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Levels have now passed 100...hold on to your hats. The clock is ticking. manhole5
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Following the longest length of time the meter has ever showed a warning level yesterday, many hours, and after the two 7+ mag quakes yesterday in the Philippines and PnG, the meter is now at record lows for most of today. Calm before the storm?
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pretty cool site
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I guess I'm doomed. Arkansas near the Mississippi river here.
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pretty cool site
 Quoting: BULLDOZER


The sensor works by monitoring the Earth's core interactions much like deep ground penetrating radar and stress is measured on the fault. This sensor may also indicate global earthquake risk many hours in advance as a result of its ability to measure core instability.

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I guess I'm doomed. Arkansas near the Mississippi river here.
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We may be doomed but it will stop the "par-tay"
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Re: Arkansas gets Earthquake predictor sensor
On a more serious note huh levels are showing 66-69 range right now and it is in watch mode. During Warnings are when things get dicey not just in Arkansas but globally. I think a disaster of some kind will be used to get peoples minds off of the way we got screwed...or are getting screwed, depending on who you are. After that gov. deal, there are no more virgins.
[link to quakepredictor.net]

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Levels are in warning mode. Still below 100 but the isp keeps going offline... very suspicious.
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Re: Arkansas gets Earthquake predictor sensor
On a more serious note huh levels are showing 66-69 range right now and it is in watch mode. During Warnings are when things get dicey not just in Arkansas but globally. I think a disaster of some kind will be used to get peoples minds off of the way we got screwed...or are getting screwed, depending on who you are. After that gov. deal, there are no more virgins.
[link to quakepredictor.net]

hesright
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Texas shows 80 but is now offline.

AK shows 84 warning in effect. Yikes.

:horror:
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I'm from Arkansas. Thanks for the website.
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Re: Arkansas gets Earthquake predictor sensor
On a more serious note huh levels are showing 66-69 range right now and it is in watch mode. During Warnings are when things get dicey not just in Arkansas but globally. I think a disaster of some kind will be used to get peoples minds off of the way we got screwed...or are getting screwed, depending on who you are. After that gov. deal, there are no more virgins.
[link to quakepredictor.net]

hesright
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 36502751


Texas shows 80 but is now offline.

AK shows 84 warning in effect. Yikes.

:horror:
 Quoting: CuriousSeeker


scared
Not sure what you mean.
The [link to quakepredictor.net] I am talking about is only in Arkansas and Texas goes online next week. It's a new kind of radar type sensor that can see the earths core interaction and can measure pressure on faults in real time. Pretty cutting edge stuff.

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Thank you for the link, I live in Arkansas as well and will be checking that site out daily.
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Re: Arkansas gets Earthquake predictor sensor
Thank you for the link, I live in Arkansas as well and will be checking that site out daily.
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You are very welcome.. Today the readings are very high and they posted a note that said they have been knocked offline 6 times today alone and it seems to me, it is when high levels are shown, even when server loads are not that high...hmmm

dynamite
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Re: Arkansas gets Earthquake predictor sensor
1990 called, they want their webdesign back...
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1990 called, they want their webdesign back...
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I wish it was 1990. 2013 sucks ass.

Levels are at 90..this is high.

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Great post!

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Re: Arkansas gets Earthquake predictor sensor
Cool site, but they could seriously use a decent web designer. It looks like it's from the early 1990's and honestly that does not lend to credibility.
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Re: Arkansas gets Earthquake predictor sensor
Very good post OP.

Thanks

hf
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Cool site, but they could seriously use a decent web designer. It looks like it's from the early 1990's and honestly that does not lend to credibility.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 12724183


Tesla seems to like it.

owhine

Maybe it needs spam,, people trust spam..

spam
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Re: Arkansas gets Earthquake predictor sensor
Very good post OP.

Thanks

hf
 Quoting: Pole Cat


No problem..

This was posted tonight -

An earthquake watch is in effect for this evening, as pressures measured on Arkansas fault lines are again tonight showing high levels. Yesterday Arkansas had a small quake near Damascus that was reported 24 hours later by the Arkansas seismic network. It went unposted on major quake maps and was only listed on their website. They are clearly giving a low priority to providing this data to the local public. If you do at any time hear a loud sonic boom sound, or feel a shake, please report it here and find updates on Arkansas earthquake data. [link to quakepredictor.net]

hf
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Re: Arkansas gets Earthquake predictor sensor
Levels are again high today. The sun is also looking a bit ticked off. siren2
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Re: Arkansas gets Earthquake predictor sensor
According to quakepredictor.net the Japan quake may not have been a normal event.
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Japanese authorities have canceled all tsunami warnings after a strong 7.1 magnitude earthquake shook the ocean floor east of Japan. The U.S. Geological Survey says the quake struck 326 kilometers off the coast, about 3 a.m. local time Saturday It was centered 10 kilometers below the ocean's surface. We were at level 63 at the time of this odd event..It did not have normal characteristics we would expect as measurements have not been very elevated today, nor have we seen any fall in pressure reading since the event as of this update.
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