2.5 MO Quake

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East side of Missouri –

USGS Report with map

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  1. Solar Radiation
    MEMORIAL DAY STORM? NOAA forecasters estimate a 55% chance of G1-class geomagnetic storms on May 30th when Earth enters a stream of high-speed solar wind. Magnetic fields in the stream are thought to have a negative polarity (“negative Bz”). Such fields can open a crack in Earth’s magnetosphere, allowing solar wind to pour in and fuel auroras.

    Cosmic Rays in the Atmosphere
    measurements show that someone flying back and forth across the continental USA, just once, can absorb as much ionizing radiation as 2 to 5 dental X-rays.
    http://spaceweather.com

    What is Sprite (lightning).
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sprite_%28lightning%29

      • Thanks Walter. This is important to recall for bringing in foreign nuclear waste to South Carolina. Also, more generally for nuclear dangers. Offshore and onshore hurricane and tornado risk.

      • To miningawareness
        I already know this one but I leave it to those that like to look up things on the internet .

        What was the cross hairs on the Norden bombsights in WW-2 made of ?

      • How true this is I just don’t know.
        This could not be just one person hair for all those bombsights made in WW-2 ?

        Mary Babnik Brown
        donated her hair to the United States military during World War II for crosshairs in Norden bombsights for bomber aircraft, which have to withstand a wide range of temperatures and humidity.

        The Army Air Forces had tried several different materials for the crosshairs of the Norden bombsight, a carefully guarded state of the art instrument that aimed bombs on their target.

        According to Doug Adams, black widow spider webbing had been tried for the crosshairs, but it could not withstand the variations in temperature to which the bombsight would be exposed. In contrast, fine blonde human hair that had not been treated with chemicals or heat was found to be reliable in a wide range of climatic conditions, including at 20,000 feet and below freezing.
        https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mary_Babnik_Brown

        A.F. LAUDS WOMAN WHO GAVE HAIR
        http://www.deseretnews.com/article/133118/AF-LAUDS-WOMAN-WHO-GAVE-HAIR.html?pg=all

      • Spider silk was 30 times finer than a human hair

        This is the person i read about Robert “Bob” Thomas’ story.
        Spiders silk for crosshairs in gun sights
        Bob shop in WW-2 polishing the optical lenses for the Norden bombsights.
        Bob started his own business after the war.
        He found that the web of a brown spider, native to the Appalachians, proved to be the ideal “crosshair” material.
        This web was 30 times finer than a human hair
        http://www.longrangehunting.com/articles/premier-reticles-1.php

        Black Widow spider silk is what they had for the cross hairs on the Norden bombsights and other gun sights in the first part of WW-2.

        It would be great to have the real story on this the declassified story.

  2. TO: miningawareness
    2016 National Park Quarters
    South Carolina Park quarter Fort Moultrie Fort Sumter National Monument Site Quarter release date November 14, 2016
    2016 America the Beautiful Quarters and Coin Design Images
    http://www.coinnews.net/2015/07/22/2016-america-the-beautiful-quarters-and-coin-design-images/

    2016 America the Beautiful Quarters Design Candidates
    http://www.coinnews.net/2014/09/26/2016-america-the-beautiful-quarter-and-5-oz-coin-design-candidates/

    2016 Proof Set
    http://catalog.usmint.gov/proof-set-2016-16RG.html?navid=xsellpdp

    THE CIVILIAN CONSERVATION CORPS IN SOUTH CAROLINA 1933–1942
    A lot of their work is still around a lot of stone work is still around from roads to bridges to building even canal ditches.
    You just need know where to look and you well fine the work they did.
    http://www.teachingushistory.org/pdfs/doc4cccinsc.pdf

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