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  1. #121
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    Quote Originally Posted by Melodi View Post
    What concerns me if the Main Stream Media/Scientists have already admitted that something similar and really weird happened on Nov 11th; if it were not for that I would just figure some glitch in the web or hacking going on - but as it is, well no one felt anything on Nov 11th either - but whatever it was still was recorded on the equipment.
    You might want to read up on "slow earthquakes" (aka "low frequency earthquakes") - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Slow_earthquake

    They happen at such low seismic levels that detection is difficult even with equipment unless you know what to look for, so it shouldn't be the least bit surprising that humans can't feel them. Seismometers have been around since the 19th century, yet slow earthquakes weren't a thing until the 1999-2002 timeframe when scientists in British Columbia and Japan found some slow earthquake events to study in detail.

  2. Quote Originally Posted by alpha View Post
    http://www.timebomb2000.com/vb/showt...38#post7104438
    DB, if you examine this posted picture a bit, you'll see normal waveforms partially obscured by the immense noise that seems to have occured only over a short period of time at about the 0700 time frame. My suspicion is that the entire website experienced a glitch at that time (software or otherwise) but that everything is back to normal reporting as you can, as I said, see in the background.
    So is it safe to say that because these are STILL showing up with a crazy amount of “noise” even now, that it continues to be a glitch? I’m not gonna lie. This whole thing still gives me the heebie jeebies. They’re all different, so it’s not like it’s the same repetitive image for each site.

    I don’t like things from deep within the earth. Someone said maybe Satan is being loosed in his human form. >shudder<

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jubilee on Earth View Post
    I don’t like things from deep within the earth. Someone said maybe Satan is being loosed in his human form. >shudder<
    It's just geology. Not knowing exactly what's happening is not the same as being proof of Satan coming forth. Relax.
    Better to be a warrior in a garden than a gardener in a war.

  4. #124
    Quote Originally Posted by bw View Post
    It's just geology. Not knowing exactly what's happening is not the same as being proof of Satan coming forth. Relax.
    Well, aren't we the Panic Pooper.
    I've thrown my back out trying to kiss my ass goodbye.

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    Quote Originally Posted by helen View Post
    Well, aren't we the Panic Pooper.
    He may be like that because your sending Tammy new pink undies and not him!
    "Man is not to be blamed for sinning. After all, he faces great temptations and is extremely vulnerable. What he is blamed for is not doing Teshuvah (repenting) because he can do that at any time." Rav Simcha Bunim of P'shischa

  6. Quote Originally Posted by helen View Post
    Well, aren't we the Panic Pooper.
    Right?? Anyway, it’s still creepy.

  7. #127
    Quote Originally Posted by medic38572 View Post
    He may be like that because your sending Tammy new pink undies and not him!
    I'm ok without undies. I could borrow some from my wife if needed - she has lots of strange colors to match her blouses, socks and fingernails, and she doesn't hesitate to flaunt them. Wacko lady, but she's mine.
    Better to be a warrior in a garden than a gardener in a war.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bw View Post
    I'm ok without undies. I could borrow some from my wife if needed - she has lots of strange colors to match her blouses, socks and fingernails, and she doesn't hesitate to flaunt them. Wacko lady, but she's mine.
    "Man is not to be blamed for sinning. After all, he faces great temptations and is extremely vulnerable. What he is blamed for is not doing Teshuvah (repenting) because he can do that at any time." Rav Simcha Bunim of P'shischa

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    Quote Originally Posted by bw View Post
    A black hole has formed in the earth's core. November 11 was the first contraction. This morning was the second. That's my story and I'm sticking to it.
    LOL Interesting theory... and I wouldn't put anything past some of these idiot "scientists" ... especially considering what they are doing at CERN and trying to do..
    I done a quick search to see what would actually be theorized as happening should a black hole be present on Earth and came across this article which was interesting to read...


    http://www.slate.com/blogs/quora/201...ld_happen.html


    What Would Happen If a Coin-Sized Black Hole Were Placed at the Earth's Center?



    By Quora Contributor

    This question originally appeared on Quora.

    Answer by Frank Heile, Ph.D. in physics from Stanford University:



    The Earth would be destroyed, but the whole planet would not be swallowed up by the black hole. A black hole with a Schwarzschild radius of about a centimeter, which would make it about the size of a coin, would have about the same mass as the Earth. The reason the Earth will be destroyed but not simply swallowed up is because the Earth will be resisting the black hole in at least two ways.

    The Explosion


    First of all, not all of the Earth would simply be sucked into the black hole. When the matter near the black hole begins to fall into the black hole, it will be compressed to a very high density that will cause it to be heated to very high temperatures. These high temperatures will cause gamma rays, X-rays, and other radiation to heat up the other matter falling in to the black hole. The net effect will be that there will be a strong outward pressure on the outer layers of the Earth that will first slow down their fall and will eventually ionize and push the outer layers away from the black hole. So some inner portion of the core will fall into the black hole, but the outer layers, including the crust and all of us, would be vaporized to a high temperature plasma and blown into space.

    This would be a gigantic explosion—a significant fraction of the rest of the mass of the Earth matter that actually fell into the black hole will be converted into energy. For astrophysical black holes, up to 40 percent of the rest mass of the accreted material can be emitted in radiation. This radiation will be absorbed by the outer layers of the Earth and will vaporize them. Examples of this kind of dramatic matter to energy conversion are quasars. Quasars are the most luminous objects in the universe, and they are powered by matter falling onto a supermassive black hole. So there will be plenty of energy available to blow off the other layers of the Earth—and they will escape! For example, when the black hole is first placed at the center of the Earth, the first thing we would all notice is that gravity increased by (only) a factor of two on the surface of the Earth (assuming the black hole had the same mass as the Earth). However, the escape velocity of an object only increases as the square root of the mass, so the current 11 km/s escape velocity on the surface of the Earth will only increase to about 16.8 km/s. A very significant fraction of the mass of the Earth will become a vaporized hot plasma and will be going faster than that when it passes the radius of what used to be the surface of the Earth.



    The Accretion Disc



    Secondly, the Earth is rotating, so by conservation of angular momentum, when a significant amount of mass has started to fall into the black hole, the mass will also begin rotating at a higher and higher rate. (Imagine the ice skater pulling in her arms to rotate faster.) This angular momentum will tend to slow down the fall into the black hole and will eventually result in something like an accretion disc around the black hole. This will also limit the fraction of the Earth that will fall into the black hole and will greatly increase the time it takes for the black hole to consume whatever fraction of the mass of the Earth it will consume. The reason for the delay is that the accretion disc has to use friction to transfer angular momentum from the innermost portion of the disc to the outer edge of the disc, where it will cause material to be ejected from the vicinity of the disc—carrying away angular momentum. The lower angular momentum near the center will allow that innermost material to fall into the black hole.

    In fact, even though the Earth only rotates once per day, the angular momentum of the Earth is huge. There are limits to how much angular momentum a black hole can have—roughly the maximum angular momentum is where the "surface" of the black hole (if it had a surface) would approach the speed of light. Trying to make a small (two Earth mass) black hole with all of the Earth's angular momentum would mean that the surface would have to travel at about 109 times the speed of light. So most of the mass of the Earth would have to be used to carry away almost all of the original angular momentum of the Earth in order to keep the black hole below its angular momentum limit.



    How Long?



    But what if there is no explosion and no angular momentum to stop the surface from falling in to the black hole? How long would it take for the Earth to "fall" into the black hole? Well, imagine that somehow, magically, all the mass of the Earth just became a black hole at the center of the Earth and that you were standing on the North Pole (with no angular momentum) in a space suit (since you are now in a vacuum). How long would it take until you are spaghettified as you fall into the black hole? We can get an approximate answer by using Newtonian gravitation instead of general relativity, which is what is really needed for motion into or near a black hole. According to Newtonian gravity, it would take approximately 15 minutes to fall into the black hole (see the calculation on WolframAlpha). For a black hole with twice the mass, it would take 10 minutes to fall into the hole. So the more accurate general relativity answer may be slightly different, but the time for the surface to fall in will be something close to 10 to 15 minutes. This would be the time as measured by you as you fall into the hole. For someone on the moon watching you fall, the gravitational time dilation will make it look like you are falling slower and slower when you get very close to the black hole, so it would look like it would take forever to hit the black hole horizon. However, for you, falling in, it will be all over in approximately 10 to 15 minutes or so from your point of view. Similarly, if there were no explosion and no angular momentum that would retard or prevent the swallowing up of the Earth, then it would take about 10 to 15 minutes for the whole Earth to fall into the new black hole at the center of the Earth.

    A more exact numerical answer of how long the explosion would last and what faction of the Earth would be absorbed versus being blown away would require a supercomputer running relativistic hydrodynamic codes to simulate this very complicated explosion. I will leave that as an exercise for the reader.

    And for Star Trek fans, the "red matter" black hole could have destroyed Vulcan, but it would not have just "sucked" or "collapsed" the planet into the black hole.










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    Quote Originally Posted by helen View Post
    https://earthquake.usgs.gov/monitori...s/heliplot.php

    All the seismographs are going off world wide right now.
    Wish I'd gone on my diet a few months ago dammit.

    There was a world wide quake Nov. 11th if memory serves, it was not felt by anyone but registered and the 'experts' had no idea what caused it. I wonder if this is all related to it?

    "All right. They're on our left; they're on our right, they're in front of us, they're behind us. . .they can't get away this time."


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    Quote Originally Posted by onetimer View Post
    This is exactly what is being picked up. The 7.5 and all the 5.0+ aftershocks. I remember after the 2011 Japan 9.0 these were solid black.


    Very active out there https://earthquake.usgs.gov/earthquakes/map/

    i’ve been watching quakes and seismographs for 20+ years and it’s this! The quakes in the pacific. LOL this thread is too funny! You guys crack me up!

    nothing to fear. large quakes are always pickedup by seismos all over the world. it’s completely normal.
    lol!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Breeta View Post
    i’ve been watching quakes and seismographs for 20+ years and it’s this! The quakes in the pacific. LOL this thread is too funny! You guys crack me up!

    nothing to fear. large quakes are always pickedup by seismos all over the world. it’s completely normal.
    lol!!
    I don’t recall worldwide graphs ever looking like these, even after the really big one in 2004
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    Quote Originally Posted by Breeta View Post
    i’ve been watching quakes and seismographs for 20+ years and it’s this! The quakes in the pacific. LOL this thread is too funny! You guys crack me up!

    nothing to fear. large quakes are always pickedup by seismos all over the world. it’s completely normal.
    lol!!
    Panic Pooper!
    I've thrown my back out trying to kiss my ass goodbye.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Murt View Post
    somewhere on this planet a politician told the truth
    Lord have mercy, just about spit coffee across the room
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    Quote Originally Posted by bw View Post
    I'm ok without undies. I could borrow some from my wife if needed - she has lots of strange colors to match her blouses, socks and fingernails, and she doesn't hesitate to flaunt them. Wacko lady, but she's mine.
    I......just can’t touch that one........
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    Quote Originally Posted by bw View Post
    It's just geology. Not knowing exactly what's happening is not the same as being proof of Satan coming forth. Relax.

    Satan’s greatest success...
    "...Cry 'Havoc' and let slip the cats of war..."
    Razor sharpening while you wait - Occam
    If it works, it doesn't have enough features. - Windows 10 design philosophy.
    Forget the beer, I'm just here for the doom!
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  17. Quote Originally Posted by TheSearcher View Post
    That doesn't answer my questions. These readings may not be real, but they may also not be "glitches", and whatever it is is attributed to global information. Likewise, it doesn't explain the mechanism that produced the data, regardless of a glitch or not.
    ^^^^^
    THIS!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Breeta View Post
    i’ve been watching quakes and seismographs for 20+ years and it’s this! The quakes in the pacific. LOL this thread is too funny! You guys crack me up!

    nothing to fear. large quakes are always pickedup by seismos all over the world. it’s completely normal.
    lol!!
    Thanks for your input. With your experience, you can probably show us a couple examples of other quake seismo recordings that lasted four or five hours and kept the pen essentially hitting the stops for that time, right?
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  19. Quote Originally Posted by bw View Post
    Thanks for your input. With your experience, you can probably show us a couple examples of other quake seismo recordings that lasted four or five hours and kept the pen essentially hitting the stops for that time, right?
    Yesterday crazy readings lasted for almost 24 hours, not just four or five. What was especially bizarre about it was that they occurred in just about every part of the world. Including all over the US.

  20. #140
    Quote Originally Posted by Jubilee on Earth View Post
    Yesterday crazy readings lasted for almost 24 hours, not just four or five. What was especially bizarre about it was that they occurred in just about every part of the world. Including all over the US.
    I'm talking about the four or five hour span where there's no visible horizontal line. For most of the day it was pretty quiet.

    Better to be a warrior in a garden than a gardener in a war.

  21. #141
    I went looking for archived seismic recordings, not finding them. If anyone knows a source, please weigh in.

    Whatever happened yesterday took about five hours. For comparison, the Fukushima quake took about five minutes.
    Better to be a warrior in a garden than a gardener in a war.

  22. #142
    Relax ! It's just Ol'Bush Busting Hell wide open..
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  23. #143
    Quote Originally Posted by DazedandConfused View Post
    Relax ! It's just Ol'Bush Busting Hell wide open..
    If I thought that were true, it wouldn't be a calming thought.
    Better to be a warrior in a garden than a gardener in a war.

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