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Old 30-09-2009, 07:19 PM   #41
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another major quake folks... this time PERU

MAG 6.3 2009/09/30 19:03:16 258.0km SOUTHERN PERU



Edit: USGS Now downgraded from 6.3 to 5.9
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Old 30-09-2009, 08:12 PM   #42
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Feels like the planets' energy shifted recently, again. It's like we stepped into the twilight zone.

Weird stuff going on in every direction... really expecting more and more and more as the days go by.
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Old 30-09-2009, 08:19 PM   #43
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another major quake folks... this time PERU

MAG 6.3 2009/09/30 19:03:16 258.0km SOUTHERN PERU



Edit: USGS Now downgraded from 6.3 to 5.9
your doing a great job of keeping us informed! Thank you!
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Old 30-09-2009, 08:43 PM   #44
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interesting article:

"Page last updated at 18:47 GMT, Wednesday, 30 September 2009 19:47 UK


Earthquakes weaken distant faults


The researchers took measurements from the fault over two decades
The major 2004 earthquake in Sumatra may have weakened the San Andreas fault, 8,000km away in California.

This is according to scientists who took measurements from the fault over two decades.

Reporting in the journal Nature, the team found that small "repeating earthquakes" became more frequent as the San Andreas Fault weakened.

This pattern, they say, could help to forecast earthquakes in the future, something that is currently impossible.

The team, led by Taka'aki Taira, of the University of California at Berkeley, studied a section of the San Andreas Fault near Parkfield, which is sometimes called the "earthquake capital of the world".

The area has long been studied by earthquake researchers and it contains a fixed array of seismometers called the high resolution seismic network.

Dr Taira, who was based at Washington DC's Carnegie Institution when he carried out the work, used measurements from these highly sensitive seismometers, some of which are several kilometres below the Earth's surface.

It is possible that the strength of faults and earthquake risk is affected by seismic events on the other side of the world

Fenglin Niu, Carnegie Institution


Into Japan's earthquake zone
"The equipment is at depths where the noise level is very low, so it collects very good data," explained Dr Taira.

He and his team studied repeating earthquakes because they provided a "background frequency" against which changes in the fault could be compared.

"These events happen regularly and the size of the event is about the same," he told BBC News.

"But after Sumatra, the frequency changed - it increased - but the magnitude decreased.

"That is a signal of the fault weakening; you only have to push a little bit and the fault fails."

Fenglin Niu from Carnegie, who also took part in the research, said: "So it is possible that the strength of faults and earthquake risk is affected by seismic events on the other side of the world."

The 2004 Sumatran earthquake was magnitude 9.3 - one of the strongest on record - and triggered the tsunami that killed more than 220,000 people.

The 30 September 2009 earthquake along the same fault line was measured at magnitude 7.6. "

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Coincidence?

Path of totality of July 22nd Solar eclipse 2009.

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Path of totality of July 22nd Solar eclipse 2009.

nice find, i was just thinking of that.
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A powerful earthquake has struck off the Indonesian island of Java, killing 44 people, officials say.

More than 300 have been injured and it is feared the death toll will rise as many homes have reportedly been buried by a landslide triggered by the quake.

More than 700 houses were badly damaged by the magnitude 7.0 quake, a social affairs ministry official told AP.

The quake struck around 1500 (0800 GMT). Its epicentre was offshore, 115km (70 miles) south-west of Tasikmalaya.

Medical teams have been dispatched to the city, where damaged properties included the mayor's home and a mosque.

The tremors were felt in the capital, Jakarta, 200km to the north, where hundreds fled into the streets from offices and shops.

A local tsunami alert was issued but revoked shortly afterwards.
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Old 01-10-2009, 05:16 AM   #48
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Maybe that HAARP is in full swing now...on the day Iran talks with the big six, comes them earthquakes.....Death toll is expected to be FAR higher.

http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/as_indonesia_earthquake

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Second Earthquake Rocks Indonesia By IRWAN FIRDAUS, AP
posted: 2 HOURS 13 MINUTES AGOcomments: 90filed under: World NewsPRINT|E-MAILMOREText SizeAAAPADANG, Indonesia (Oct. 1) — A powerful earthquake that struck western Indonesia trapped thousands of people under collapsed buildings — including hospitals, a hotel and a classroom, officials said. At least 200 bodies were found in one coastal city and the toll was expected to be far higher.
The temblor Wednesday started fires, severed roads and cut off power and communications to Padang, a coastal city of 900,000 on Sumatra island. Thousands fled in panic, fearing a tsunami.
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thanks for posting the latest Relentless... here's the USGS info on the latest major quake...

"MAG 6.6 2009/10/01 01:52:30 15.0km SOUTHERN SUMATRA, INDONESIA"


I notice there are still lots of 10km depth quakes going on.. have a look at last couple of days to see the very strange but clear pattern...

http://earthquake.usgs.gov/eqcenter/...uakes_all.html



and here's latest news updates:


"2nd quake shakes Indonesia after temblor kills 467

Oct 1 03:14 AM US/Eastern
By IRWAN FIRDAUS


Rescuers lead a sniffer dog to search for earthquake victims in Padang,...
Earthquake survivors receive medical treatment at a hospital in Padang Panj...
This Wendesday, Sept. 30, 2009 image made from video shows people running...

PADANG, Indonesia (AP) - A second powerful earthquake rocked western Indonesia on Thursday as rescuers struggled to reach survivors of the previous day's temblor, which killed at least 467 people and left thousands trapped under collapsed buildings.
The death toll from Wednesday's undersea quake of 7.6 magnitude was expected to rise further after rescuers dig through the rubble in heavily populated towns of Sumatra island. The second, 6.8-magnitude quake damaged additional buildings Thursday.


"This is a high-scale disaster," Health Minister Siti Fadilah Supari told Metro TV.

Padang, a coastal city of 900,000 and capital of West Sumatra province, became the immediate focus of relief workers.

At least 500 buildings in Padang collapsed or were badly damaged in the Wednesday evening quake, which also set off fires, said Disaster Management Agency spokesman Priyadi Kardono.

A total of 467 people were confirmed dead and 421 seriously injured, said Tugiyo Bisri of the Social Affairs Ministry's crisis center. He said 376 deaths occurred in Padang, with rest of the deaths in four surrounding districts.

At least 80 people were missing at the 5-story Ambacang hotel in downtown Padang, said Indra, a paramedic who uses only one name. Rescuers, working in heavy rain, found two survivors and nine bodies in the hotel's rubble.

Terrified residents who spent a restless night were jolted by the fresh tremor on Thursday morning.

The U.S. Geological Survey said the inland quake with a preliminary magnitude of 6.8 hit about 150 miles (240 kilometers) south of Padang at a depth of just under 20 miles (24 kilometers).

The second quake reportedly damaged 30 houses in Jambi, another Sumatran town. It was not yet clear if there were injuries, said Jambi Mayor Hasfiah, who uses only one name, like many Indonesians.

Collapsed or seriously damaged buildings in Padang included hospitals, mosques, a school and a mall. TVOne network footage showed heavy equipment breaking through layers of cement in search of more than 30 students it said were missing from the school where they were taking after-school classes.

Parents of missing students stayed up all night, waiting for signs of life under the rubble.

"My daughter's face keeps appearing in my eyes ... my mind. I cannot sleep, I'm waiting here to see her again," a woman, who identified herself only as Imelda, told TVOne, tears rolling down her face. She said her 12-year-old daughter Yolanda was in school to take science lessons.

"She is a good daughter and very smart. I really love her. Please God help her. I hope rescuers, everybody... can help her out of here. Please!" she said.

An unidentified boy told TVOne that he escaped from the top floor just as the three-story school crumpled. He said he was taking math lessons while many others were taking science courses.

Wednesday's temblor severed roads and cut off power and communications to Padang. Thousands fled in panic, fearing a tsunami. The shaking was so intense that people crouched or sat on the street in fear.

Children screamed as an exodus of thousands of frantic residents fled in cars and motorbikes, honking horns.

The quake was felt hundreds of miles (kilometers) away in Malaysia and Singapore, causing buildings there to sway.

The extent of damage in surrounding areas was still unclear due to poor communications. Indonesia, a poor, sprawling nation with limited resources, sits on a major geological fault zone and is frequently hit by earthquakes.

More than 3,000 people were killed in the last big earthquake in 2006 that hit Yogyakarta, a major city on the main island of Java.

The latest quakes came in the wake of a killer tsunami Tuesday that hit islands in the South Pacific, killing at least 120 people. Geologists said the two events were not related.

The Padang quakes were along the same fault line that spawned the 2004 Asian tsunami that killed 230,000 people in a dozen nations.

Padang's mayor appealed for assistance on Indonesian radio station el-Shinta.

"We are overwhelmed with victims and ... lack of clean water, electricity and telecommunications," Mayor Fauzi Bahar said. "We really need help. We call on people to come to Padang to evacuate bodies and help the injured."

Thousands were believed trapped throughout the province, said Rustam Pakaya, head of the Health Ministry's crisis center.

The shaking felled trees and crushed cars in Padang. A foot could be seen sticking out from one pile of rubble. At daybreak, residents used their bare hands to search for survivors, pulling at the wreckage and tossing it away piece by piece.

The loss of telephone service deepened the worries of those outside the stricken area.

Hospitals struggled to treat the injured as their relatives hovered nearby.

Indonesia's government announced $10 million in emergency response aid and medical teams and military planes were being dispatched to set up field hospitals and distribute tents, medicine and food rations.

Local television reported more than two dozen landslides in the province. Some blocked roads, causing miles-long traffic jams of cars and trucks. "


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"Page last updated at 07:25 GMT, Thursday, 1 October 2009 08:25 UK

Indonesia quake deaths pass 450


(video) Footage of a woman being rescued was shown on Indonesian television

At least 464 people are now known to have died in a powerful quake that struck the Indonesian island of Sumatra on Wednesday, the government says.

Rescuers struggled in heavy rain on Thursday to find survivors in the rubble of collapsed buildings.

More than 400 people have been seriously injured, and the death toll is expected to rise, officials say.

The 7.6-magnitude quake struck close to the city of Padang, the capital of West Sumatra province.

The earthquake brought down hundreds of buildings, including hospitals.

It cut power lines and triggered landslides.

"Our prediction is that thousands have died," said Rustam Pakaya, head of the health ministry's disaster centre in Jakarta.

A second quake of 6.8 struck close to Padang at 0852 local time (0152 GMT) on Thursday but there are no immediate reports of casualties or damage.

Heavy machinery

The first earthquake struck at 1716 local time (1016 GMT) on Wednesday, some 85km (55 miles) under the sea, north-west of Padang, the US Geological Survey said.


Rebecca Henschke, BBC News, Jakarta
The rescue teams have only recently got their hands on heavy-lifting equipment to try to reach those trapped in schools, hospitals and homes in Padang, city of nearly one million people. But they are pulling out only bodies from the rubble and not survivors.


There has been a big aftershock a fair distance away but little is known of the outlying areas. Officials haven't got any information because many of the electricity and phone lines are cut.

Residents in Padang are complaining that they haven't received any aid - they need food and medicine and water, because many of the water pipes have burst.

A doctor working in Padang told the BBC he thought that thousands of people had been crushed or trapped.

One mother in Padang, Andriana, told AFP news agency she had been at her 14-year-old daughter's collapsed school since the first quake occurred.

"I haven't been home yet and keep praying to God my daughter is alive."

Another resident of Padang, Siti, told Reuters news agency: "We need aid as soon as possible. We need food and medicine. Our houses have collapsed."

Earlier Priyadi Kardono, a spokesman for Indonesia's National Disaster Agency, said more than 500 houses and buildings had collapsed.


In pictures: Sumatra earthquake
Quakes weaken faults


"Many people are staying outdoors and some people are staying in public facilities," he told Reuters.

Mr Kardono said about 150 military personnel, as well as police and health ministry workers, were in the affected area, but they urgently needed heavy machinery to lift the rubble.

The quake brought down telephone lines, severely affecting communications with the region and making it difficult to assess the scale of the damage.

Speaking on Wednesday, Indonesia's President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono said a coordinated relief effort was underway.

He said military planes were flying medical equipment and personnel to the affected region.

Burning buildings

Witnesses to the first quake said residents ran out of buildings in Padang - which has a population of 900,000 - and surrounding cities.


MAJOR INDONESIAN QUAKES

26 Dec 2004: Asian tsunami kills 170,000 in Indonesia alone
28 March 2005: About 1,300 killed after a magnitude 8.7 quake hits the coast of Sumatra
27 May 2006: Quake hits ancient city of Yogyakarta, killing 5,000
17 July 2006: A tsunami after a 7.7 magnitude quake in West Java province kills 550 people

Jane Liddon, an Australian businesswoman in Padang, told Australian radio many large buildings in the town had been severely damaged.

"The concrete buildings are all down, the hospitals, the main markets, down and burned," she said.

"A lot of people died in there. A lot of places are burning."

But Ms Liddon said many smaller residential properties had escaped the damage.

Australia has offered to send emergency assistance to Indonesia if needed.

"They are very close friends and neighbours. They know that we are here and available to help. They just have to ask," said Aid Minister Bob McMullan.

Indonesian officials have said the quake was one of the biggest in Indonesia in recent years and could have been more powerful than the 2006 Yogyakarta quake that killed more then 5,000 people.

Wednesday's quake was along the same fault line that spawned the 2004 Asian tsunami that killed more than 230,000 people in a dozen countries.

That much more powerful earthquake struck roughly 600km north-west of Padang.

Geologists have long warned that Padang could one day be completely destroyed by an earthquake because of its location.

Western Sumatra is a mainly rural area with dense tropical forest.

It has several national parks and many of its beaches are popular with surfers."


http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/asi...ic/8284208.stm
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Tonga suffers another major quake.... this region has had almost non stop 10km depth quakes this week... latest from USGS:

"MAG 6.3 2009/10/02 01:07:40 -16.579 -173.274 10.0km TONGA"
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not quite a 6 or above, but near enough.. 5.9 quake in Fiji region, from USGS:

"MAP 5.9 2009/10/02 15:47:12 -16.983 174.452 22.1km FIJI REGION"
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Hi Decim..

thanks for pic.. scary isn't it how many there have been in same areas past week, all at 10km depth.

Would you be be kind enough to post the current pic from this site, showing global quakes, as I am unable to post any images...

http://eceti.org/Eceti.EarthChangesTopicII.html

Many thanks in advance!
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Also, you can track Earthquakes, storms, floods, tsunami's, pandemics, nuclear accidents, volcano's etc on this Alert Map
Excellent web site ty!!

I think something is afoot here. Certain people like David Icke and others, have suggested that as we approach 2012 and galactic center, we pass thru an energy field that will change everything including our DNA. Hence this huge awakening. They have said that the early signs of this will be storms, volcanic & seismic activity like we have never seen before.

Interesting eh?
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dnt wanna sound like a crazy person, but everybody knows the yanks (at least) have the earthquake gun, right?
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Also, you can track Earthquakes, storms, floods, tsunami's, pandemics, nuclear accidents, volcano's etc on this Alert Map
Hang on a minute...

Ive just taken a proper look at this site. There are loads and loads of earthquakes just today alone. (2nd Oct 09)

Any seismologists out there, could you please answer a question for me?
How offen are earthquakes supposed to happen? According to that site there was even 3 in Poland?! 1 in Germany?! 1 in Greece! These arent really places i would expect to see this sort of activity?
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Hang on a minute...

Ive just taken a proper look at this site. There are loads and loads of earthquakes just today alone. (2nd Oct 09)

Any seismologists out there, could you please answer a question for me?
How offen are earthquakes supposed to happen? According to that site there was even 3 in Poland?! 1 in Germany?! 1 in Greece! These arent really places i would expect to see this sort of activity?
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Ive just taken a proper look at this site. There are loads and loads of earthquakes just today alone. (2nd Oct 09)

Any seismologists out there, could you please answer a question for me?
How offen are earthquakes supposed to happen? According to that site there was even 3 in Poland?! 1 in Germany?! 1 in Greece! These arent really places i would expect to see this sort of activity?
i dont know but last year we had a good quake in England that woke me up and the room and windows where shaking, its the first time its happened in 20 + years i can remember, I'm expecting one to happen this year, hopefully not major!
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