Christchurch quake mapped from space

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Re: Christchurch quake mapped from space

Postby mike » Wed Feb 15, 2017 8:56 pm

I havent dowsed the area around New Zealand tonight, Im tired but fingers crossed its all quiet and no magma fingers are active anywhere.I just wish and hope both the south and north islands remain quiet with no more eruptions, with the strong fault lines running north to south its sitting on trouble both places.
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Re: Christchurch quake mapped from space

Postby mike » Fri Feb 17, 2017 8:58 pm

Dowses all quiet around New Zealand and to the north and Bougainville and to the east of there where its very active most times, but for how long I wonder ?
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Re: Christchurch quake mapped from space

Postby mike » Tue Feb 21, 2017 7:37 pm

All quiet for many hundreds of miles around New Zealand tonight, no fingers of magma close to the surface anywhere in my opinion. 8)
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Re: Christchurch quake mapped from space

Postby mike » Sat Mar 04, 2017 8:31 pm

All quiet around the coast of New Zealand, but a finger of magma to the south east 439.81 miles out pointing towards Tasmania at 305.15 degrees. Its a long way out and should not cause any problems, but worth watching.
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Re: Christchurch quake mapped from space

Postby mike » Mon Mar 06, 2017 7:07 pm

Big quake reported near the Solomon Sea today,but I havent looked near New Zealand yet, try and dowse that area later tonight and report back here.
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Re: Christchurch quake mapped from space

Postby mike » Thu Mar 09, 2017 7:33 pm

Finger of magma at Fullers Shearwater off the east coast of the south island of New Zealand, thats a worry as its only 38 miles off shore there.And along that east coast is where so much damage was caused before in the last eruptions, but it does have fault lines running along the east side of the south island.Its something to watch, and keep your fingers crossed it all remins quiet.
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