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Earthquake Alert ~ Always Updated*5.8 Chile*5.5 Strait of Gibraltar*5.0 Kermadec Islands ~ Pg 17790

 
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Date time 2021-11-01 21:26:58.0 UTC
Location 22.99 S ; 67.00 W
Depth 248 km
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WHAT'Z GOIN' ON 'ERE?

WHO R U PHEOPLE?

WHERE AM I?

UH.
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tounge
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IM HERE FOR THE NIGHT SHIFT...UH.
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HOT CANO-ACTION. UH. 'HOT'.
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Magnitude 2.8
Region CANARY ISLANDS, SPAIN REGION
Date time 2021-11-01 21:41:01.1 UTC
Location 28.55 N ; 17.83 W
Depth 10 km
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Magnitude 4.4
Region NIAS REGION, INDONESIA
Date time 2021-11-01 21:38:48.0 UTC
Location 0.20 N ; 96.63 E
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Date time 2021-11-01 21:43:25.9 UTC
Location 46.32 N ; 7.38 E
Depth 4 km
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Magnitude 2.7
Region CANARY ISLANDS, SPAIN REGION
Date time 2021-11-01 21:44:16.4 UTC
Location 28.56 N ; 17.81 W
Depth 13 km
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Region PANAMA-COSTA RICA BORDER REGION
Date time 2021-11-01 21:50:53.0 UTC
Location 8.83 N ; 82.75 W
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Region CANARY ISLANDS, SPAIN REGION
Date time 2021-11-01 22:07:21.2 UTC
Location 28.56 N ; 17.84 W
Depth 12 km
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Thank you for everything, y’all!
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Date time 2021-11-01 22:08:14.9 UTC
Location 18.59 N ; 62.33 W
Depth 10 km 25 km 30 km
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Location 47.13 N ; 6.55 E
Depth 13 km
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Date time 2021-11-01 22:11:05.0 UTC
Location 28.50 N ; 17.67 W
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Magnitude 2.9
Region CANARY ISLANDS, SPAIN REGION
Date time 2021-11-01 22:13:09.6 UTC
Location 28.55 N ; 17.84 W
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Re: Earthquake Alert ~ Always Updated*5.8 Chile*5.5 Strait of Gibraltar*5.0 Kermadec Islands ~ Pg 17790
Some good info in this article regarding super deep quakes. Long article, below is just a small fraction from the intro.


Deepest earthquake ever detected struck 467 miles beneath Japan in 2015 in the layer of our planet where scientists have long thought earthquakes impossible

One spring evening six years ago, hundreds of miles underground, our planet began to rumble from a series of peculiar earthquakes. Most of Earth’s temblors strike within a few dozen miles of the surface, but these quakes stirred at depths where temperatures and pressures grow so intense that rocks tend to bend rather than break.

The first jolt, which struck off the coasts of Japan’s remote Bonin Islands, was recorded at magnitude 7.9 and up to 680 kilometers (423 miles) underground, making it one of the deepest quakes of its size.

Then another oddity emerged in the cascade of aftershocks that followed: a tiny temblor that, if confirmed, would be the deepest earthquake ever detected.

The ultradeep quake, described recently in the journal Geophysical Research Letters, is estimated to have struck some 751 kilometers (467 miles) beneath the surface in the layer of our planet known as the lower mantle, where scientists have long thought earthquakes unlikely, if not impossible. While there have been hints of lower mantle quakes before, researchers have struggled to pinpoint them within this layer of the Earth.


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Re: Earthquake Alert ~ Always Updated*5.8 Chile*5.5 Strait of Gibraltar*5.0 Kermadec Islands ~ Pg 17790
Some good info in this article regarding super deep quakes. Long article, below is just a small fraction from the intro.


Deepest earthquake ever detected struck 467 miles beneath Japan in 2015 in the layer of our planet where scientists have long thought earthquakes impossible

One spring evening six years ago, hundreds of miles underground, our planet began to rumble from a series of peculiar earthquakes. Most of Earth’s temblors strike within a few dozen miles of the surface, but these quakes stirred at depths where temperatures and pressures grow so intense that rocks tend to bend rather than break.

The first jolt, which struck off the coasts of Japan’s remote Bonin Islands, was recorded at magnitude 7.9 and up to 680 kilometers (423 miles) underground, making it one of the deepest quakes of its size.

Then another oddity emerged in the cascade of aftershocks that followed: a tiny temblor that, if confirmed, would be the deepest earthquake ever detected.

The ultradeep quake, described recently in the journal Geophysical Research Letters, is estimated to have struck some 751 kilometers (467 miles) beneath the surface in the layer of our planet known as the lower mantle, where scientists have long thought earthquakes unlikely, if not impossible. While there have been hints of lower mantle quakes before, researchers have struggled to pinpoint them within this layer of the Earth.


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ILL LOOK AT IT...BRINGS UP OUR DEEP QUAKE QUESTION..UH,CAPS.
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Re: Earthquake Alert ~ Always Updated*5.8 Chile*5.5 Strait of Gibraltar*5.0 Kermadec Islands ~ Pg 17790
Some good info in this article regarding super deep quakes. Long article, below is just a small fraction from the intro.


Deepest earthquake ever detected struck 467 miles beneath Japan in 2015 in the layer of our planet where scientists have long thought earthquakes impossible

One spring evening six years ago, hundreds of miles underground, our planet began to rumble from a series of peculiar earthquakes. Most of Earth’s temblors strike within a few dozen miles of the surface, but these quakes stirred at depths where temperatures and pressures grow so intense that rocks tend to bend rather than break.

The first jolt, which struck off the coasts of Japan’s remote Bonin Islands, was recorded at magnitude 7.9 and up to 680 kilometers (423 miles) underground, making it one of the deepest quakes of its size.

Then another oddity emerged in the cascade of aftershocks that followed: a tiny temblor that, if confirmed, would be the deepest earthquake ever detected.

The ultradeep quake, described recently in the journal Geophysical Research Letters, is estimated to have struck some 751 kilometers (467 miles) beneath the surface in the layer of our planet known as the lower mantle, where scientists have long thought earthquakes unlikely, if not impossible. While there have been hints of lower mantle quakes before, researchers have struggled to pinpoint them within this layer of the Earth.


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ILL LOOK AT IT...BRINGS UP OUR DEEP QUAKE QUESTION..UH,CAPS.
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DOES NOT MENTION THAT DOMINICAN QUAKE...PERHAPS THEY WILL 'SCRUB' THAT ONE FROM THE BOOKS..OR SAY IT WAS AN ERROR.UH??
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ILL LOOK AT IT...BRINGS UP OUR DEEP QUAKE QUESTION..UH,CAPS.
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Yes, it does, I thought of you when I saw it hf
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DOES NOT MENTION THAT DOMINICAN QUAKE...PERHAPS THEY WILL 'SCRUB' THAT ONE FROM THE BOOKS..OR SAY IT WAS AN ERROR.UH??
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It is weird how they focus on a few specific quakes. I also question what that means for the many other super deep quakes we've seen. I need to read it again, I read it in a rush earlier when I came across it.
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Re: Earthquake Alert ~ Always Updated*5.8 Chile*5.5 Strait of Gibraltar*5.0 Kermadec Islands ~ Pg 17790
Some good info in this article regarding super deep quakes. Long article, below is just a small fraction from the intro.


Deepest earthquake ever detected struck 467 miles beneath Japan in 2015 in the layer of our planet where scientists have long thought earthquakes impossible

One spring evening six years ago, hundreds of miles underground, our planet began to rumble from a series of peculiar earthquakes. Most of Earth’s temblors strike within a few dozen miles of the surface, but these quakes stirred at depths where temperatures and pressures grow so intense that rocks tend to bend rather than break.

The first jolt, which struck off the coasts of Japan’s remote Bonin Islands, was recorded at magnitude 7.9 and up to 680 kilometers (423 miles) underground, making it one of the deepest quakes of its size.

Then another oddity emerged in the cascade of aftershocks that followed: a tiny temblor that, if confirmed, would be the deepest earthquake ever detected.

The ultradeep quake, described recently in the journal Geophysical Research Letters, is estimated to have struck some 751 kilometers (467 miles) beneath the surface in the layer of our planet known as the lower mantle, where scientists have long thought earthquakes unlikely, if not impossible. While there have been hints of lower mantle quakes before, researchers have struggled to pinpoint them within this layer of the Earth.


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ILL LOOK AT IT...BRINGS UP OUR DEEP QUAKE QUESTION..UH,CAPS.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 37362983


DOES NOT MENTION THAT DOMINICAN QUAKE...PERHAPS THEY WILL 'SCRUB' THAT ONE FROM THE BOOKS..OR SAY IT WAS AN ERROR.UH??
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 37362983


EMSC still has it

[link to www.emsc-csem.org (secure)]

And there were all of those 750 km deep ones.

hmmm

Thanks for the link Kickin! This is definitely of interest in here. :)
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DOES NOT MENTION THAT DOMINICAN QUAKE...PERHAPS THEY WILL 'SCRUB' THAT ONE FROM THE BOOKS..OR SAY IT WAS AN ERROR.UH??
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 37362983


It is weird how they focus on a few specific quakes. I also question what that means for the many other super deep quakes we've seen. I need to read it again, I read it in a rush earlier when I came across it.
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BEST I CAN SEE IS THEY R FOCUSING ON 'DEEP QUAKES'..THE DEEPEST..AND IT SEEMS TO BE UNDER 'ISLANDS'...LIKE THE DOMINICAN....SO, THERE'S THAT. PATHWAYS/PORTALS TO THE TRUE DEEP CORE? DUNNO. UH
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EMSC still has it

[link to www.emsc-csem.org (secure)]

And there were all of those 750 km deep ones.

hmmm

Thanks for the link Kickin! This is definitely of interest in here. :)
 Quoting: Simple27


I still say that has to be a typo. Because going back to 2004 there are 63 quakes at a depth of 700km or more. Except for that one linked above, none are listed deeper than 750km. And the majority of the 63 are at exactly 750km so that must be the greatest depth current devices can register (as we've discussed). Which means many of those listed as 750 are even deeper than that!

What bugs me is that the article doesn't talk like there's 63 of these mega-deep quakes since 2004, they act like it's only happened a few times.

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DOES NOT MENTION THAT DOMINICAN QUAKE...PERHAPS THEY WILL 'SCRUB' THAT ONE FROM THE BOOKS..OR SAY IT WAS AN ERROR.UH??
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 37362983


It is weird how they focus on a few specific quakes. I also question what that means for the many other super deep quakes we've seen. I need to read it again, I read it in a rush earlier when I came across it.
 Quoting: KickinIt


BEST I CAN SEE IS THEY R FOCUSING ON 'DEEP QUAKES'..THE DEEPEST..AND IT SEEMS TO BE UNDER 'ISLANDS'...LIKE THE DOMINICAN....SO, THERE'S THAT. PATHWAYS/PORTALS TO THE TRUE DEEP CORE? DUNNO. UH
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A lot of them are basically under islands (mostly south pacific), but many spots in South American get super deep quakes like this too.
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Magnitude 2.8
Region CANARY ISLANDS, SPAIN REGION
Date time 2021-11-01 22:21:37.1 UTC
Location 28.57 N ; 17.87 W
Depth 12 km
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Magnitude 3.0
Region CANARY ISLANDS, SPAIN REGION
Date time 2021-11-01 22:39:38.5 UTC
Location 28.56 N ; 17.85 W
Depth 11 km
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Date time 2021-11-01 22:47:47.7 UTC
Location 32.04 S ; 179.74 E
Depth 415 km
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Date time 2021-11-01 22:48:29.9 UTC
Location 28.55 N ; 17.84 W
Depth 13 km
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Magnitude 3.3
Region CANARY ISLANDS, SPAIN REGION
Date time 2021-11-01 23:08:44.0 UTC
Location 28.62 N ; 17.82 W
Depth 43 km
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Monday evening report of the volcano eruption on La Palma (Canary Islands)


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EMSC still has it

[link to www.emsc-csem.org (secure)]

And there were all of those 750 km deep ones.

:hmmm:

Thanks for the link Kickin! This is definitely of interest in here. :)
 Quoting: Simple27


I still say that has to be a typo. Because going back to 2004 there are 63 quakes at a depth of 700km or more. Except for that one linked above, none are listed deeper than 750km. And the majority of the 63 are at exactly 750km so that must be the greatest depth current devices can register (as we've discussed). Which means many of those listed as 750 are even deeper than that!

What bugs me is that the article doesn't talk like there's 63 of these mega-deep quakes since 2004, they act like it's only happened a few times.

[link to www.emsc-csem.org (secure)]
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IT'S JUST NOT GOOD JOURNALISM..MUCH LESS SCIENCE. AND YES, THE 'RECENT' UP-TICK IN THEM IS WHAT SHOULD BE AT THE HEAD OF THE ARTICLE. THEY COULD TRY TO TIE IT INTO CLIMATE CHANGE..FOR PROPO. PURPOSES. OH WELL..UH.
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EMSC still has it

[link to www.emsc-csem.org (secure)]

And there were all of those 750 km deep ones.

hmmm

Thanks for the link Kickin! This is definitely of interest in here. :)
 Quoting: Simple27


I still say that has to be a typo. Because going back to 2004 there are 63 quakes at a depth of 700km or more. Except for that one linked above, none are listed deeper than 750km. And the majority of the 63 are at exactly 750km so that must be the greatest depth current devices can register (as we've discussed). Which means many of those listed as 750 are even deeper than that!

What bugs me is that the article doesn't talk like there's 63 of these mega-deep quakes since 2004, they act like it's only happened a few times.

[link to www.emsc-csem.org (secure)]
 Quoting: KickinIt


IT'S JUST NOT GOOD JOURNALISM..MUCH LESS SCIENCE. AND YES, THE 'RECENT' UP-TICK IN THEM IS WHAT SHOULD BE AT THE HEAD OF THE ARTICLE. THEY COULD TRY TO TIE IT INTO CLIMATE CHANGE..FOR PROPO. PURPOSES. OH WELL..UH.
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True. That site certainly isn't known for good journalism by any means. Half of their stuff is crap fear mongering with little to no basis at all, but they often cover crazy weather stuff all over the world, so I appreciate it for that.
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Magnitude 2.7
Region ISLAND OF HAWAII, HAWAII
Date time 2021-11-01 23:11:31.3 UTC
Location 19.20 N ; 155.43 W
Depth 32 km
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Magnitude 3.2
Region CANARY ISLANDS, SPAIN REGION
Date time 2021-11-01 23:26:14.2 UTC
Location 28.56 N ; 17.83 W
Depth 13 km
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Magnitude 2.9
Region CANARY ISLANDS, SPAIN REGION
Date time 2021-11-01 23:28:08.8 UTC
Location 28.56 N ; 17.85 W
Depth 11 km
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