Earth Pulse

Earth Pulse
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Sunday, October 08, 2006 09:48 am

Interesting conversations and discussions at TNT. Here is a link for a (current) interesting seismic graph. See also new ZetaTalk, written Oct. 7, 2006.


If you still do not believe THAT is weird, look at the other monitors from around the world for comparison...

: Mount Rainier Earthquake
: 4.5 Earthquake Hits East Summit Of Mount Rainier
: POSTED: 9:07 pm PDT October 7, 2006
: UPDATED: 9:23 pm PDT October 7, 2006
: Seattle, WA -- A 4.5 earthquake hit seven miles east of the summit of
: Mount Rainier on Saturday night about 7:50, Tom Yelin of the
: University of Washington Seismology Laboratory said.
: No immediate damage was reported, but the quake was felt over a a wide
: area. Yelin said he didn\'t think the quake was associated with any
: volcanic activity....

: 4.5 earthquake hits near Mount Rainier
: Posted by The Oregonian Newsroom October 7, 2006 21:03
: Oregonian newsroom Index
: A 4.5 magnitude earthquake hit seven miles east of the summit of Mount
: Rainier at 7:48 p.m. Saturday and shook areas across western
: Washington state.
: No immediate damage or injuries were reported.
: The earthquake was centered near Greenwater, Wash., said Bill Steele,
: seismology lab coordinator for the University of Washington.
: People reported feeling it as far north as Everett and as far south as
: near the Oregon border, he said. The U.S. Geological Survey received
: hundreds of reports of shaking felt in Longview, Kelso, Olympia and
: Seattle.
: The agency\'s monitoring equipment reported the earthquake\'s epicenter
: about 2.8 miles below the surface.
: \"It was felt quite widely,\" Steele said...