What the Eff????

LA 14  — going nuts!         heli_button

Sept3__LA14ALL the helicorders are goin’ off the rails!

Many jumbo Alaska area quakes going off now. M4-6 … could that be it??  Huge South Japan quake may also show up on helicorders. M6.5, maybe higher.

ALSO –

BIG Earthquakes recorded for LAST WEEK
Times are local (CST or CDT). From the CERI list.
The most recent earthquakes are at the top of the list.
Click on the word “map” or “MAP” to see a map displaying the earthquake.
Click on an event “DATE” to get additional text information.
Magnitude 3 and greater earthquakes are printed in bold type.
The top three magnitudes greater than or equal to 3 are in green.

    MAG    DATE    LOCAL-TIME  LAT     LON    DEPTH    LOCATION
           y/m/d     h:m:s     deg     deg     km

map 2.2 2013/09/03 10:54:04 36.194N 89.479W 8.2 8 km ( 5 mi) S of Ridgely, TN
MAP 4.3 2013/09/02 18:51:15 31.917N 94.424W 5.0 3 km ( 2 mi) WNW of Timpson, TX
MAP 4.1 2013/09/02 16:52:39 31.924N 94.431W 5.0 4 km ( 3 mi) WNW of Timpson, TX
map 2.5 2013/09/02 14:14:10 36.505N 91.655W 9.4 10 km ( 6 mi) S of Koshkonong, MO
map 2.5 2013/09/02 07:11:04 35.283N 90.231W 12.5 2 km ( 1 mi) SE of Jericho, AR
map 2.5 2013/09/01 07:39:32 35.671N 97.245W 5.0 7 km ( 5 mi) E of Arcadia, OK
map 2.1 2013/09/01 05:45:49 35.697N 97.197W 4.1 9 km ( 6 mi) SW of Fallis, OK
map 2.1 2013/08/31 15:29:45 36.533N 89.627W 7.0 11 km ( 7 mi) WSW of New Madrid, MO
map 2.3 2013/08/30 08:31:42 33.803N 87.421W 0.7 10 km ( 6 mi) NNW of Oakman, AL
map 1.9 2013/08/30 08:05:56 35.730N 84.557W 16.8 15 km ( 9 mi) WNW of Philadelphia, TN
map 2.0 2013/08/30 07:08:36 34.994N 88.463W 6.4 7 km ( 5 mi) SSW of Michie, TN
map 2.3 2013/08/29 23:27:04 37.905N 78.014W 5.6 14 km ( 8 mi) S of Louisa, VA
map 1.6 2013/08/29 21:44:23 36.550N 89.611W 7.3 8 km ( 5 mi) WSW of New Madrid, MO
map 1.6 2013/08/29 19:45:58 36.490N 89.566W 8.9 11 km ( 7 mi) SSW of New Madrid, MO
map 2.0 2013/08/29 13:00:37 36.562N 89.793W 9.2 6 km ( 4 mi) SSE of Parma, MO
map 1.7 2013/08/29 02:34:00 35.354N 84.683W 19.0 9 km ( 5 mi) NE of Calhoun, TN
map 2.0 2013/08/28 21:04:25 34.214N 82.617W 7.2 3 km ( 2 mi) E of Lowndesville, SC
map 1.9 2013/08/28 15:12:37 36.410N 89.541W 10.8 7 km ( 4 mi) WNW of Tiptonville, TN
map 2.1 2013/08/28 02:18:22 35.299N 82.492W 10.1 1 km ( 1 mi) S of Laurel Park, NC

Walter sent this list – 😉

Major Earthquake in Alaska, plus Western Pacific and Texas: Earthquakes 29-August-4 September 2013
There will be another Great U.S ShakeOut Drill Oct. 17th.
Arkansas lawsuits test fracking wastewater link to quakes

Annual cat bond issues hit US$6.7 billion, with coverages including U.S. hurricane, Canadian earthquake

There was an “unprecedented demand” for catastrophe bonds during the 12 months ending June 30, with no loss activity resulting in cat bond payouts for that period, while several new bonds cover Canadian earthquake risk, according to Aon Benfield Securities Inc.

. . . .”Only one life was lost in falling buildings at New Madrid, but chimneys were toppled and log cabins were thrown down as far distant as Cincinnati, Ohio, St. Louis, Missouri, and in many places in Kentucky, Missouri, and Tennessee,” UGSG stated of the February, 1812 New Madrid quake. The first New Madrid quake — on Dec. 16, 1811 — was felt in New York City, Washington, D.C., and Charleston, South Carolina.

The risk of a similar quake today is covered on an indemnity basis by the Merna Re IV bonds issued in April on behalf of State Farm. That bond was priced at 2.50%, “the lowest absolute spread in five years,” Aon Benfield Securities reported.

Aon Benfield Securities, a subsidiary of London-based Aon plc, provides cat bonds, contingent capital, sidecars, collateralized reinsurance, industry loss warranties and derivative products.

26 thoughts on “What the Eff????

  1. M6.5 – Izu Islands, Japan region 2013-09-04 00:18:24 UTC

    The brave souls inhabiting Miyakejima, one of Japan’s Izu Islands, an archipelago just south of Tokyo, have a unique problem.
    residents are required to carry a gas mask with them at all times.

      • Did no one notice the 6.5 in Alta, Alaska?
        Just to let everyone know, there have been multiple earthquakes today and they are all showing up on the Geophones. The cumulative effect that they seem to be having on the geology underneath the stinkhole remains to be seen, but there have been notable reactions. There have been 6.0 in Bella Bella, Canada, and now in Atka, Alaska. Thanks to Stacey Price for keeping such a close eye on these events and reporting them.

        http://earthquake.usgs.gov/earthquakes/eventpage/usb000jgju#summary

      • freedomrox
        Those earthquakes in Alaska are not that deep in the ground at all they should not be picking up that big of a seismic wave on the recorder in Louisiana at the sinkhole.
        I think there some shockwaves in the Gulf of Mexico there not tell us about.
        I think the Gulf of Mexico is shaking the recorder at the sinkhole.

      • it could be a secret Gulf event or a secret fracturing of the North American plate-underside … secret either way!

  2. Yeah, I’m thinking the 5.9 4-hours ago near the Queen Charlotte Isles in Canada, the 5.0 6-hours ago sw of Bella Bella, and the 6.0 8-hours ago near Queen Charlottes, Canada. BUT since the helicorders also registered land movement, why would this not be a concern in Bayou Corne? I understand that if there is no movement in the AZ sites and there is in BC, the BC movements would definitely be of concern. If there’s movement at the AZ sites but not in BC, then BC’s ok. But when they all move ?? Has anyone found a correlation between major BC events and land movement that originated elsewhere but affected BC?

  3. Please help me to understand the helicorder setup. Is this accurate: 1. When the AZ corders move & BC are relatively still, there’s no problem. 2. When the BC corders move & AZs are still, there’s major concern. 3. When both AZ & BC shake, there’s no problem with BC? #3 makes no sense to me. Movement is movement, right?

    • I have to wait for Walter or FR to answer yr query.
      Sorry for delay in comment approval.
      There has been electrical outage here this morning.

  4. Amazing read about the problems with currently accepted theories of how cratons/continents were formed and the processes driving them. The author crams in an amazing amount of geologic evidence to support the gaping inconsistencies with currently accepted theories. It provides a clear picture of how little we really know or how little we are being told. The author provides an alternative theory called “shock dynamics” complete with corroborating geological evidence that fill in the many inconsistencies apparent in current theory.

    Long story short, cratons/continents were formed in one massive event and not from deep within the mantle, but rather an impact of earth with another large body.
    So the old legends might have some truth to them after all.

    http://www.newgeology.us/presentation41.html

    P.S- it is not an easy read but well worth it with a little effort.

    • A very massive event.

      “As the author of thirteen books dealing with the origins of Earth and Mankind, I find it amiss that her citations list does not mention the eminent scientist Enki Nibirukoff, whose major work, Enuma elish in English translation is titled The Babylonian Epic of Creation. Its central premise is that Earth is the cast-off forepart of a watery planet that had once existed between Mars and Jupiter and was destroyed in a celestial collision with an invader-planet; the other half, broken into bits and pieces, became the Asteroid Belt and comets. The first chapter of Genesis, which is an abbreviated version of Enuma elish, states that Dry Land (=the continents) emerged after the Water Above and the Water Below were separated by the Hammered Bracelet.”

      http://www.sitchin.com/

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