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Re: AFRICA 9.9M+...NEEDS VERIFICATION NOW

Post by Evildweeb » Sun Nov 18, 2012 10:06 pm

Richc wrote:Why does Oklahoma have so many earthquakes.?

Seems to be at least one every other day....

RIK




Hey Rik.

Well, here in the Sooner state, there appears to be a massive amount of fracking going on.

There's a major fracking operation in Shawnee that goes off like twice a month.

I felt a 4.5 come right through my room here some time ago.

As for the disappearing 5.6 mentioned by Humanbeing, that may be the same incidence of what happened in the alleged 9.0+ in Africa - what may appear to be a glitch may well be the USGS pulling data off for some other nefarious purpose.


Cheers.

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Re: AFRICA 9.9M+...NEEDS VERIFICATION NOW

Post by Richc » Sun Nov 18, 2012 11:06 am

Why does Oklahoma have so many earthquakes.?

Seems to be at least one every other day....

RIK

Re: AFRICA 9.9M+...NEEDS VERIFICATION NOW

Post by Humanbeing » Sun Nov 18, 2012 8:37 am

Alright, so I found this anomaly to be quite interesting to say the least, so I decided to look into it a bit further. I checked the USGS sites, and of course found nothing.
So I googled "africa earthquake november 2012" and found a few things.
For the most part is was pretty much the same info that has been discussed in this thread, but as I read through the comments (i'm bored) I came across this: "Oklahoma had a 5.6M today — which was wiped off the map (linked below here on facebook w/ screenshots and the data from IRIS)." http://jhaines6.wordpress.com/2012/11/17/11172012-alert-needs-verification-now-africa-9-9m-earthq/ (I couldnt find said facebook link on the page.)

I found this to be interesting, so I decided to look into that as well. I checked the IRIS and the 5.6 is there (http://www.iris.edu/seismon/), but I cant find it on the USGS site.

Point being, if a 5.6M quake is taken off the map, as if it didn't happen, well, you see where i'm going with this. thoughts?

screenshot of IRIS: Image

and the USGS: Image

(i realize that the "africa quake" is on neither site) Cheers

Re: AFRICA 9.9M+...NEEDS VERIFICATION NOW

Post by mykingdomforthetruth » Sun Nov 18, 2012 1:00 am

checked it and nothing.

Re: AFRICA 9.9M+...NEEDS VERIFICATION NOW

Post by Hr2burn » Sun Nov 18, 2012 12:50 am

Re: AFRICA 9.9M+...NEEDS VERIFICATION NOW

Post by flsts1 » Sun Nov 18, 2012 12:21 am

somebody must have knocked over the coffee pot in the scale room...

Re: AFRICA 9.9M+...NEEDS VERIFICATION NOW

Post by The57ironman » Sun Nov 18, 2012 12:20 am

This may just be a non-event.





......good... :banana:



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Re: AFRICA 9.9M+...NEEDS VERIFICATION NOW

Post by Evildweeb » Sun Nov 18, 2012 12:16 am

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I think Dutch just pulled it.


There may not be any confirmation of the story.

Could have been a fluke from the system. Or, USGS just pulled all the data for some bizarre reason.


This may just be a non-event.



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Re: AFRICA 9.9M+...NEEDS VERIFICATION NOW

Post by Slith » Sun Nov 18, 2012 12:14 am

Marcydare wrote:EVILDWEEB do you delete your vid ?

Still up, as I can see it

Re: AFRICA 9.9M+...NEEDS VERIFICATION NOW

Post by Marcydare » Sun Nov 18, 2012 12:02 am

EVILDWEEB do you delete your vid ?

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