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#1114863 - 14/07/2012 21:04 Re: Earthquakes [Re: duckweather]
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Mmmmm....just noticed that Nicaragua, not far from Guatamala, has just had an M4.4, as I thought one would happen in this approx. region....curious - I mentioned this possibility in my last post today.

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#1114908 - 15/07/2012 00:14 Re: Earthquakes [Re: duckweather]
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Looks like Turkey, Poland, Spain, Italy, Greece, Iraq areas will continue rumble and throw up the odd M4+.
The Canary Islands looks like it is starting up again - has been a little 'quiet' in last 48 or so hours.
Chile/Argentina/Peru areas will also continue to rumble, including the odd M4+.
California region will also continue to rumble, with spot quakes in a couple of surrounding US states (inland).
Left side of ROF will prob. pop up with M4+'s (seems to be a pattern).
Alaska will continue to 'rumble'.
Hawaii will occaisionally pop up with small 'rumbles'.
The country I am still watching is Mexico - leaning towards Guatemala.
All of the above are just feelings, as I have said in previous posts. The rest can be almost predictable patterns, going on current and past activity.
Cheers, I am off for some ZZZZZ's now wink

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#1114930 - 15/07/2012 10:06 Re: Earthquakes [Re: duckweather]
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In a previous post, I mentioned I had a 'feeling' about Tibet and through to Mongolia (somewhere in these regions, and yes, this is a huge expanse of land) that something would pop up. I noticed that overnight that the top of India, below/right of the Tibetan Plateau, the Myanmar/India border region had an M5.6. This is getting close, creeping towards, to where I had a 'feeling' it would...given this EQ occurrence, I'm guessing there will be other 'rumbles' between there and Thailand, and there and Afghanistan/Pakistan....
The quakes along the out-to-sea ridges I also felt were a distinct possibility, but failed to mention last night.

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#1114995 - 15/07/2012 20:03 Re: Earthquakes [Re: duckweather]
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The M4.5's near the Jan mayen region (north of Iceland) was a bit of a surprise today.
Told my daughter this arvo that the rock of Gibraltar region will see a small quake - and lo and behold - one occured some 50 minutes ago.
New Zealand has just popped up with an M4.1 (north island, near Taihape). So I am guessing they may end up with some more movement there, as well as possibly the islands of Kermadec, Samoa and Tonga. If a trend occurs there, you may see Kuril, Japan, Mariana, PNG e.g. pop up with some moderate quakes too.
As I have just got home...I'll be keeping an eye out for any other 'feelings', PE's (possible events) etc... smile

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#1115008 - 15/07/2012 21:07 Re: Earthquakes [Re: duckweather]
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For some reason, I 'feel' that Romania/Bulgaria may experience a moderate rumble soon.
We'll see...could be wrong...

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#1115057 - 16/07/2012 11:55 Re: Earthquakes [Re: duckweather]
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I was just about to suggest that Greece was possibly going to experience an M3-4, as I began typing this, and an M3 has just come up on the feeds.
The Kuril, Japan, NZ and PNG experienced some decent shakes overnight, correlating with that 'feeling' I had in my 2nd last post, last night.
Spain, Turkey, Syria regions may pop up with something to follow on from the latest Greece one.

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#1115070 - 16/07/2012 13:35 Re: Earthquakes [Re: duckweather]
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Well...Kamchatka Peninsula, Russia just had an M5.4....now you're gonna think that I'm kidding here, I just got home and was going to note that I felt Kamchatka was going to be in for a sizable rumble. The feed beat me to noting this.
crazy

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#1115073 - 16/07/2012 13:39 Re: Earthquakes [Re: duckweather]
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Just tried to edit/add info to above post, but can't seem to do it...
So, I was going to add that Kamchatka is just north of the Kuril Islands.
You could guess that the Kurils may also experience some moderate quakes as well (maybe M4/5+).

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#1115146 - 16/07/2012 22:31 Re: Earthquakes [Re: duckweather]
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Been feeling Athens, Greece and Syria/Lebanon may be visited by some rumbles M4+. But...probably wrong (like Guatemala to date), my 'radar' has been tainted a bit today as I have had a cracking headache today crazy
Trying to regain my 'bearings'.
One thing I saw today (this is probably better for the weather section) was the strangest rainbow, south of Melbourne. It had no bend/curve and was very, very broad, from the ground to the cloud above. It didn't have all the colours of the rainbow either.... confused

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#1115172 - 17/07/2012 09:19 Re: Earthquakes [Re: duckweather]
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Noticed that overnight Guatemala popped up with an M4.6 and has just had an M4.3 Honduras (near to Guatamala). As I said in previous posts, this region was niggling at me ('feeling') that they would experience some significant (significant because of the relatively shallow depth of the potential quakes) rumbles.

The Aleutian Islands (the islands which stream off to the west of Alaska) may receive another M4+.

Noticing that PNG has had a sizable M5.6, the 'surrounding' regions (maybe e.g. Fiji, Philippines, Tonga, Samoa, Kermadec and NZ) could experience further rumbles (M4+).

I also have a niggling feeling about Utah, US (and perhaps Oklahoma/Missouri). May not be substantial, but I feel that the US will experience more spot rumbles in their inland states.


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#1115208 - 17/07/2012 13:07 Re: Earthquakes [Re: duckweather]
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very curious...I wonder if that colour spectrum (seemingly strange partial, straight rainbow) I saw south east of Melbourne, had anything to do with Moe's tremor today? Probably not..but it (spectrum) did leave me with a 'funny' 'feeling' after I saw it...or maybe it's my imagination, along with the ripper headache I had yesterday, running overtime. grin


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#1115215 - 17/07/2012 13:41 Re: Earthquakes [Re: duckweather]
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Was just reading about the Washington (US) storms on another fave site. The lightning they are getting is humungous.
In relation to earthquakes, Washington has been getting M1's+.
I was wondering if these storms had anything to do with their tremors, given that plate movements, volcanoes, et., are not the only causes of tremors/quakes.

http://theextinctionprotocol.wordpress.c...torm-ever-seen/

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#1115276 - 17/07/2012 18:41 Re: Earthquakes [Re: duckweather]
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"I feel the Middle East may again throw up an M5 +, at some point. ? Afghanistan/Pakistan."
This what I had a feeling of on Sunday arvo. And as it has happened Afghanistan has had an M4.2.

The quakes of M4.4+ are interesting in the Sea of Japan, as they are not on land. I wonder if these have had an impact on the waters in this sea?

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#1115283 - 17/07/2012 19:23 Re: Earthquakes [Re: duckweather]
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I also had a feeling this morning (mentioned in a previous post) that the Kermadec islands may see an M4+ today, and one has just occured there - M4.8. In addition to this I also felt that the 'nearby' islands of "Fiji, Philippines, Tonga, Samoa, Kermadec and NZ" may experience some more M4+'s as well.....will see if this occurs.

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#1115301 - 17/07/2012 22:03 Re: Earthquakes [Re: duckweather]
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As I suspected, Kermadec has just experienced another quake - M4.7.
The regions surrounding Greece, Turkey and the south of Italy are quite active at the moment. I hope this is not an indication of a building to a larger quake.
I have had a 'sticking' feeling regarding Athens...but as always, I hope all people of the quake active areas are safe and any damage is minimal.

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#1115361 - 18/07/2012 10:04 Re: Earthquakes [Re: duckweather]
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Got a few minutes to 'drop in' on WZ smile
The Chile/Argentina/Peru regions have become active again (is periodical). Peru may pop up with an M5+; Chile will continue to 'rumble'.
Interesting to see that the South East Pacific Rise had an M5.1 (west of Antofagasta, Chile). This movement (I am guessing) may correlate with movement in Chile?.
Sweden popped up with an M2.1 about 6 hours ago. There may be an odd small tremor pop up in the top if Finland, Sweden again or neighboring Norway. The nearby islands - Jan Mayen (due north of Iceland) may see a 'shift' as it did a couple of days ago. Just feelings smile


Edited by duckweather (18/07/2012 10:06)
Edit Reason: spelling as usual

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#1115367 - 18/07/2012 11:00 Re: Earthquakes [Re: duckweather]
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M's of 2.3,1.9 and 2.4 have registered in a line North of Koorda (north east of Perth) in farmland about 2 and 3 hours ago respectively.
I missed this earlier as was zipping in and out smile
With Melbourne/Moe having recorded a a couple of rumbles (which interestingly increased margenly in size from the first to the next - leaves me wondering that if there hadn't been this double 'release' of tension that there may have been another larger rumble which we had recently - the M5.3), we may see some more spot rumbles in Oz, maybe in Sth Oz and NSW - massive guess of course.

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#1115422 - 18/07/2012 17:03 Re: Earthquakes [Re: duckweather]
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I mentioned last night that the Philippines region was one I was 'watching' for potential M4+'s and they have just experienced an M5/5.2. I hope it hasn't adversely impacted the people there.
South Korea/Japan may experience an M4+ soon. Perhaps Papua and surrounding islands? .....

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#1115424 - 18/07/2012 17:15 Re: Earthquakes [Re: duckweather]
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I meant to add Taiwan to the above post re: potential M4+'s

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#1115426 - 18/07/2012 17:20 Re: Earthquakes [Re: duckweather]
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probably best to start a list of where won't experience an earthquake.
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