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51 EARTHQUAKES HIT SOUTHEAST IDAHO FROM SATURDAY NIGHT TO SUNDAY MORNING


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#21 Atossa

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Posted 06 September 2017 - 06:20 PM


Attossa I am going to get a Random ARK from this EQ

maybe you get some info who is doing it






" Tesla's electro-mechanical oscillator is a steam-powered electric generator patented by Nikola Tesla in 1893. Later in life Tesla claimed one version of the oscillator caused an earthquake in New York City in 1898, gaining it the popular culture title "Tesla's earthquake machine"

https://en.wikipedia...la's_oscillator


" A tectonic weapon is a hypothetical device or system which could create earthquakes, volcanoes, or similar events in specified locations by interference with the earth's geological processes. It was defined in 1992 by Aleksey Vsevolovidich Nikolayev, corresponding member Russian Academy of Sciences: "A tectonic or seismic weapon would be the use of the accumulated tectonic energy of the Earth's deeper layers to induce a destructive earthquake" He added "to set oneself the objective of inducing an earthquake is extremely doubtful".

https://en.wikipedia...Tectonic_weapon


Of course there is always the science-fiction writer, Sorcha Faal...

US Invasion Of Russia Prompts Earthquake Retaliation In Idaho, Yellowstone Supervolcano Warned Is Next

http://theunhivedmin...warned-is-next/


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This one belongs on my hurricane topic.

Cat 5 Hurricane Irma Targeting Florida

http://engforum.prav...geting-florida/


Here is an interesting article I saved from 1997.

Amazingly the link still works !

Malaysia Plans War on Smog With Russian-Made Cyclones

Nov. 13, 1997

KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia -- Malaysia's war on smog is about to get a new twist. A big one.

" The government wants to create man-made cyclones to scrub away the haze that has plagued Malaysia off and on since July. "We will use special technology to create an artificial cyclone to clean the air," said Datuk Law Hieng Ding, Minister for Science, Technology and the Environment.

The plan calls for the use of new Russian technology to create cyclones -- the giant storms also known variously as typhoons and hurricanes -- to cause torrential rains, washing the smoke out of the air. The Malaysian cabinet and the finance ministry have approved the plan, Datuk Law said. "

http://www.wsj.com/a...358749440544000

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#22 Atossa

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Posted 06 September 2017 - 06:25 PM



Topic news article has been updated:

EARTHQUAKE SWARM CONTINUES TO SHAKE SOUTHEAST IDAHO: There have now been 130 earthquakes since Saturday night

http://idahostatejou...852f81ffda.html

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#23 WATCHD0G

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Posted 06 September 2017 - 10:49 PM

Topic news article has been updated:

EARTHQUAKE SWARM CONTINUES TO SHAKE SOUTHEAST IDAHO: There have now been 130 earthquakes since Saturday night

http://idahostatejou...852f81ffda.html

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Very interesting. I wonder if some new volcanic activity is in the making? It's the right general area for that.


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#24 MirrorMan

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Posted 07 September 2017 - 01:59 AM

Toba is also rumbling:

 

https://en.wikipedia.../wiki/Lake_Toba

 

 

 

The Toba eruption (the Toba event) occurred at what is now Lake Toba about 75000±900 years ago.[8] It was the last in a series of at least four caldera-forming eruptions at this location, with earlier calderas having formed around 788000±2200 years ago.[9] This last eruption had an estimated VEI=8, making it the largest known explosive volcanic eruption within the last 25 million years.
Bill Rose and Craig Chesner of Michigan Technological University have estimated that the total amount of material released in the eruption was about 2,800 km^3 (670 cu mi)[10]—about 2,000 km^3 (480 cu mi) of ignimbrite that flowed over the ground, and approximately 800 km^3 (190 cu mi) that fell as ash mostly to the west. However, based on the new method (crystal concentration and exponential), Toba possibly erupted 3,200 km^2 (1,200 sq mi) of ignimbrite and co-ignimbrite. The pyroclastic flows of the eruption destroyed an area of least 20,000 km^2 (7,722 sq mi), with ash deposits as thick as 600 m (1,969 ft) by the main vent.[10]
The eruption was large enough to have deposited an ash layer approximately 15 cm (6 in) thick over all of South Asia; at one site in central India, the Toba ash layer today is up to 6 m (20 ft) thick[11] and parts of Malaysia were covered with 9 m (30 ft) of ash fall.[12] In addition it has been variously calculated that 10,000 million tonnes (1.1×10^10 short tons) of sulfurous acid[13] or 6,000 million tonnes (6.6×10^9 short tons) of sulfur dioxide[14] were ejected into the atmosphere by the event.
The subsequent collapse formed a caldera that, after filling with water, created Lake Toba. The island in the center of the lake is formed by a resurgent dome.

 

 


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#25 WATCHD0G

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Posted 07 September 2017 - 02:34 AM

Toba is also rumbling:

 

https://en.wikipedia.../wiki/Lake_Toba

 

 

Asia. I can't be arsed, as it were.


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#26 Atossa

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Posted 11 September 2017 - 06:36 PM





USGS says 260 earthquakes have struck Southeast Idaho
since Sept. 2; swarm likely to continue for another week



" The U.S. Geological Survey reports that the earthquake swarm that's been
shaking Southeast Idaho since Sept. 2 is closing in on the 300 quake mark.

As of Sunday evening, the USGS was reporting that there had been 260 quakes
during the swarm, including 37 thus far on Sunday "

http://idahostatejou...3bc590b4e6.html

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#27 WATCHD0G

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Posted 11 September 2017 - 10:26 PM

USGS says 260 earthquakes have struck Southeast Idaho
since Sept. 2; swarm likely to continue for another week



" The U.S. Geological Survey reports that the earthquake swarm that's been
shaking Southeast Idaho since Sept. 2 is closing in on the 300 quake mark.

As of Sunday evening, the USGS was reporting that there had been 260 quakes
during the swarm, including 37 thus far on Sunday "

http://idahostatejou...3bc590b4e6.html

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Our little planet is an exciting one to live on, isn't it? Good thing, too. It would probably be uninhabitable at this point without the same internal forces at work that create this tectonic and volcanic activity at and near the surface.


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#28 Atossa

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Posted 12 September 2017 - 01:28 AM


Our little planet is an exciting one to live on, isn't it? Good thing, too. It would probably be uninhabitable at this point without the same internal forces at work that create this tectonic and volcanic activity at and near the surface.



I have never been in an earthquake, volcanic eruption, flood, hurricane or tornado.
I'll pass on that type of excitement.

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#29 WATCHD0G

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Posted 12 September 2017 - 03:21 AM

I have never been in an earthquake, volcanic eruption, flood, hurricane or tornado.
I'll pass on that type of excitement.

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Same here, except I recall we have had a couple of close calls with tornados. Both were at night, though, while I was sleeping, and I was just a tyke in both cases.

 

I honestly would not mind getting to see a tornado in action from a safe distance. Not that I'm about to go storm chasing to try and make that happen.


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#30 Atossa

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Posted 12 September 2017 - 04:41 AM


Same here, except I recall we have had a couple of close calls with tornados. Both were at night, though, while I was sleeping, and I was just a tyke in both cases.

I honestly would not mind getting to see a tornado in action from a safe distance. Not that I'm about to go storm chasing to try and make that happen.



The eerie twister in "The Wizard of Oz" scared me when I was a child.

The Weather Channel often shows videos of real twisters... and the terrible damage they can do.

Virtual reality is as close as I want to get.

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Posted 12 September 2017 - 04:56 PM

The eerie twister in "The Wizard of Oz" scared me when I was a child.

The Weather Channel often shows videos of real twisters... and the terrible damage they can do.

Virtual reality is as close as I want to get.

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Isn't Texas one of the worse states for avoiding tornadoes, though? Not the worst, certainly, but I'm sure you get your share. Or is that just in parts of Texas that you don't live in?


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#32 Atossa

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Posted 13 September 2017 - 04:32 AM


Isn't Texas one of the worse states for avoiding tornadoes, though? Not the worst, certainly, but I'm sure you get your share. Or is that just in parts of Texas that you don't live in?



Yes, Texas [especially the part of Texas I live] is in tornado alley.
However, I was born and raised in Texas and I have never seen one.

https://en.wikipedia...ley_Diagram.svg

https://en.wikipedia...i/Tornado_Alley

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