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PostWed Aug 29, 2012 5:08 am » by onedirtyrabbit


2MIN News August 27, 2012: Earth Shakes Suspicious0bservers
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Earthquake in Brawley, California 5.4 8/26/2012
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8/27/2012 -- 7.4M earthquake Offshore of El Salvador
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PostWed Aug 29, 2012 5:09 am » by onedirtyrabbit


Mysterious Booms in Wine Country, CA Aug 25, 2012
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PostWed Aug 29, 2012 5:28 am » by Purplepanther


Earth shakes, YES, the funnel in the last vid you posted is a complete fake 100%
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PostWed Aug 29, 2012 5:48 am » by onedirtyrabbit


Purplepanther wrote:Earth shakes, YES, the funnel in the last vid you posted is a complete fake 100%




HA you didn't watch the video did you lol
you are just going by the video screen shot..

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PostWed Aug 29, 2012 9:36 am » by Slith


Can you say HAARP?
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PostWed Aug 29, 2012 11:04 pm » by onedirtyrabbit


http://quakes.globalincidentmap.com/

Wednesday August 29 2012, 20:34:15 UTC 7 minutes ago Greater Los Angeles area, California 2.1 0.4 USGS
Wednesday August 29 2012, 20:31:00 UTC 10 minutes ago Greater Los Angeles area, California .1 8.8 USGS
Wednesday August 29 2012, 19:59:25 UTC 42 minutes ago Southern California 1.1 8.4 USGS
Wednesday August 29 2012, 19:45:03 UTC 56 minutes ago Southern California 2.2 9.5 USGS
Wednesday August 29 2012, 19:44:10 UTC 57 minutes ago Virgin Islands region 4.4 31.0 USGS
Wednesday August 29 2012, 19:40:14 UTC 61 minutes ago Southern California 1.8 1.5 USGS
Wednesday August 29 2012, 19:35:55 UTC 65 minutes ago Virgin Islands Region 5.0 20.0 CSEM-EMSC
Wednesday August 29 2012, 19:35:53 UTC 65 minutes ago Virgin Islands region 5.2 14.4 USGS
Wednesday August 29 2012, 19:35:52 UTC 65 minutes ago Virgin Islands region 4.6 13.0 USGS
Wednesday August 29 2012, 19:27:36 UTC 74 minutes ago Southern California 1.7 17.2 USGS
Wednesday August 29 2012, 19:07:26 UTC 94 minutes ago Southern California 1.6 0.0 USGS
Wednesday August 29 2012, 18:58:38 UTC 103 minutes ago Southern California 1.7 20.0 USGS
Wednesday August 29 2012, 18:55:10 UTC 106 minutes ago Central California 1.4 1.6 USGS
Wednesday August 29 2012, 18:40:51 UTC 2 hours ago Southern California 1.4 0.8 USGS
Wednesday August 29 2012, 18:34:38 UTC 2 hours ago Southern California 1.8 12.6 USGS
Wednesday August 29 2012, 18:10:46 UTC 2 hours ago Southern California 1.5 7.1 USGS
Wednesday August 29 2012, 18:06:37 UTC 2 hours ago San Diego County urban area, California 1.3 19.2 USGS
Wednesday August 29 2012, 18:06:09 UTC 2 hours ago Southern California 1.9 28.5 USGS
Wednesday August 29 2012, 17:59:36 UTC 2 hours ago Southern California 1.4 0.3 USGS
Wednesday August 29 2012, 17:42:23 UTC 2 hours ago Southern California 1.8 0.5 USGS
Wednesday August 29 2012, 17:36:38 UTC 3 hours ago Southern California 1.4 9.7 USGS
Wednesday August 29 2012, 17:03:25 UTC 3 hours ago Nevada 1.8 6.1 USGS Feed
Wednesday August 29 2012, 16:33:06 UTC 4 hours ago Southern California 1.7 6.8 USGS
Wednesday August 29 2012, 16:02:33 UTC 4 hours ago Puerto Rico region 3.4 67.0 USGS
Wednesday August 29 2012, 15:32:21 UTC 5 hours ago Puerto Rico region 2.7 6.0 USGS
Wednesday August 29 2012, 15:31:07 UTC 5 hours ago Southern California 2.2 12.2 USGS
Wednesday August 29 2012, 15:19:34 UTC 5 hours ago Northern California 1.0 4.0 USGS
Wednesday August 29 2012, 14:41:26 UTC 6 hours ago Southern California 1.9 0.0 USGS
Wednesday August 29 2012, 13:53:01 UTC 6 hours ago Southern California 2.4 13.3 USGS
Wednesday August 29 2012, 13:41:45 UTC 6 hours ago Southern California 2.3 7.7 USGS
Wednesday August 29 2012, 13:34:53 UTC 7 hours ago Southern California 1.7 10.3 USGS
Wednesday August 29 2012, 13:34:22 UTC 7 hours ago Northern California 1.3 3.1 USGS
Wednesday August 29 2012, 13:27:01 UTC 7 hours ago Central California 1.5 5.0 USGS
Wednesday August 29 2012, 13:16:37 UTC 7 hours ago Central California 2.2 5.6 USGS
Wednesday August 29 2012, 13:07:17 UTC 7 hours ago Southern California 1.7 13.7 USGS
Wednesday August 29 2012, 13:04:08 UTC 7 hours ago Central California 1.9 0.0 USGS
Wednesday August 29 2012, 13:01:50 UTC 7 hours ago Central California 3.5 4.8 USGS
Wednesday August 29 2012, 13:01:37 UTC 7 hours ago Central California 2.1 4.2 USGS
Wednesday August 29 2012, 12:46:53 UTC 7 hours ago offshore Northern California 3.3 16.7 USGS
Wednesday August 29 2012, 12:43:52 UTC 7 hours ago Southern California 1.9 7.6 USGS
Wednesday August 29 2012, 12:41:19 UTC 8 hours ago Central California 1.5 5.6 USGS
Wednesday August 29 2012, 12:39:20 UTC 8 hours ago Central California 1.9 3.7 USGS
Wednesday August 29 2012, 12:30:15 UTC 8 hours ago Southern California 1.8 12.1 USGS
Wednesday August 29 2012, 12:29:49 UTC 8 hours ago Northern California 1.2 2.8 USGS
Wednesday August 29 2012, 11:52:43 UTC 8 hours ago Southern California 1.7 6.9 USGS
Wednesday August 29 2012, 11:50:51 UTC 8 hours ago Southern California 1.0 15.0 USGS
Wednesday August 29 2012, 11:30:22 UTC 9 hours ago Southern California 1.6 0.1 USGS
Wednesday August 29 2012, 11:13:20 UTC 9 hours ago Southern California 1.8 14.3 USGS

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PostWed Aug 29, 2012 11:09 pm » by onedirtyrabbit



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http://earthsky.org/astronomy-essential ... -blue-moon
The next Blue Moon is August 31, 2012
August 2012 is a month with two full moons. And, by popular acclaim, that means it’s a Blue Moon month – but it’s Blue in name only. That’s because a Blue Moon is sometimes defined as the second full moon in a calendar month. The first full moon is August 1. The second full moon is August 31, 2012.

There are two more definitions for Blue Moon. It can be the third of four full moons in a single season. Or, someday, you might see an actual blue-colored moon.
It’s very rare that you would see a blue-colored moon, although unusual sky conditions – certain-sized particles of dust or smoke – can create them. Blue-colored moons aren’t predictable. So don’t be misled by the photo above. The sorts of moons people commonly call Blue Moons aren’t usually blue. For more about truly blue-colored moons, click here.

Now on to folklore’s Blue Moons. Every month typically has a full moon (although sometimes February doesn’t). In fact, our word for “month” comes from the word “moon.” Most of the time, the names for full moons coincide with particular months or seasons of the year. So whether you define a Blue Moon as the second full moon in a month – or the third full moon of four in a season – the name Blue Moon accounts for times when there are more full moons than is ordinary.

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PostThu Aug 30, 2012 8:18 am » by Lucidlemondrop


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Another beautiful image by our friend Jv Noriega – the moon among fast-moving clouds. Will the August 31 full moon be blue in color like this? No. This image was made using blue filters, too. Thank you, Jv!
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PostThu Aug 30, 2012 8:25 am » by domdabears


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PostThu Aug 30, 2012 7:56 pm » by onedirtyrabbit


Hi Lucidlemondrop and Dom Da Bears :D




MAGNITUDE 7.0 EARTHQUAKE STRIKES OFF EASTERN COAST OF GREENLAND - USGS
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Aug 30 (Reuters) - A magnitude 6.6 earthquake struck off the east coast of Greenland on Thursday, the U.S. Geological Survey reported.

The quake, initially reported at a magnitude 7.0, was centered 266 miles (428 km) east-northeast of Ittoqqortoormiit in Greenland and occurred at a depth of 5.3 miles (8.5 km), the USGS said. (Reporting by Paul Simao; Editing by) http://in.reuters.com/article/2012/08/3 ... W020120830


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