Earth Pulse

Subject: 
Earth Pulse
Posted By: 
david
Date: 
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.

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

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: 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....

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: 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...