Weekend News


Very big shaking showing up at LA12. It is on the other helicorders too.




Helicorders still interesting. LA10-01 went off the rails. See also comments here for more on them.

Oct 8 will be a big moon event that will bring a King Tide to the coast.  Palm Beach (FLA)  Sun SentinelExtreme high tides expected

South Florida’s coastal neighborhoods may see flooding on perfectly sunny days Wednesday through Friday from the annual arrival of extreme high tides called king tides.
At this time of year, the moon comes closest to the earth and lines up its gravitational pull with that of the sun, causing the year’s highest tides.


9 thoughts on “Weekend News

  1. If you zoom the thick lines on the chart you will notice a high frequency signal. This high frequency signal riding on the normal carrier wave can be used to vibrate the walls into collapse. The sinkhole must be filled to stabalize the area, if it’s not already too late.
    LA10 EHZ YC 01 : Bayou Corne, LA surface

  2. Keith C. Mandeville I need your help on this.

    This is what I am thinking a big Solar storm can heat the earth up or cool it down it’s all in the way they strike the earth.
    On Sept. 12th 2014 a CME hit Earth head-on, sparking a G3-class geomagnetic storm.
    I think that Solar storm from the sun a CME Striking the earth it cooled the earth down.
    You would think it would heat the earth up.
    You can find it here.

    So was it a Forbush decrease or a Forbush increase ?

    Solar Storm Dumps Gigawatts into Earth’s Upper Atmosphere 2012
    This solar storms on March 8th through 10th dumped enough energy in Earth’s upper atmosphere to power every residence in New York City for two years.

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