Christchurch quake mapped from space

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Re: Christchurch quake mapped from space

Postby mike » Mon Oct 09, 2017 6:22 pm

The Aleutian Islands where the long trench runs has had a big quake, along with Tonga in the Pacific, so the planet is flexing all the while,and I hope keeping the big quake away from building anywhere.
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Re: Christchurch quake mapped from space

Postby mike » Thu Oct 19, 2017 1:06 pm

Tonga has had another quake, but I havent check New Zealand today, I hope it remains quiet.
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Re: Christchurch quake mapped from space

Postby mike » Sat Oct 28, 2017 10:06 am

Two quakes from the low mid Atlantic area west of Africa, but nothing from the Pacific west coast, which is good news for many people.
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Re: Christchurch quake mapped from space

Postby mike » Sat Nov 04, 2017 12:10 pm

All quiet around New Zealand today when I dowsed it, but to the north some distance is a hot area close to the Solomon Sea and I know some quakes happened there this week.Nothing looks bad anywhere, but any quake is never good news, world wide it does not look active so I hope it stays that way.
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Re: Christchurch quake mapped from space

Postby mike » Mon Nov 06, 2017 11:02 am

Another large quake near Tonga which is at the north end of the long deep trench which runs right through New Zealand to the south.Its a position where quakes happen often in this active area, its like the east coast of Japan and has many fault lines running here, which often move and cause quakes, a place where the planet seems to rebalance and settle for short periods of time....I heard that the Yellow Stone Park in the US is building its magma up, which must worry a lot of people.Here the pressure ebbs and flows high and low, but its a place where if something happens its going to be big....Might have a look there later today if I have a moment, I feel the magma does get blocked from time to time which causes the ground to rise, its like the pipes deep underground get blocked and cannot allow any release to the main chamber, so the pressure builds and pushes the level of ground to rise above the huge chamber there which is miles across !! If the local animals start to run away or the birds all leave its time to worry, they know before hand when a large quake is coming, I believe they hear the rocks cracking deep down as the magma pushes even higher, just a few hours before the chamber explodes because of the pressure.
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Re: Christchurch quake mapped from space

Postby mike » Thu Nov 09, 2017 5:21 pm

Large quake near Japan again today, along that trench which runs down from Russia and the north, these deep trenches seem to be places where the tectonic plates cross and find weak spots in the Earths crust, so are prone to movement and heavy pressure, with Japan having more than its share of these places of high activity.
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Re: Christchurch quake mapped from space

Postby mike » Mon Nov 13, 2017 7:00 pm

Two big quakes today one in Irac/Iran and the other at Costa Rica, with a heavy loss of life in Iran from the news.Its centred on south of Halabjah, but Iran suffered more than the immediate quake area did, I want to check Iran/Irac to see where I feel the hot spot was, I always find the hot spot is not where USGA says it was, BUT they have the equipment and I just dowse the hot spot where magma/pressure has warmed/heated the ground.

Yes I dont agree with USGA again, the hotspot is closer to Sarau in Irac when I dowsed the hotspot just to the s/e of there, but the fault line that runs further s/e to Iran is what caused this movement I believe, killing hundreds in Iran where the fault line ran s/e from Sahau in Irac and continues further s/e.The monitoring sites/equipment set across the world I believe gets a close position of the P/N waves, but they must triangulate after that, which puts them out ? Listen at me !! With my little L rod sitting at home. :mrgreen: :mrgreen:

Both Toolyan and Choran in Iran have the fault line passing just to the west of each town,and both these places could have been rocked by the movement/quake I believe.
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Re: Christchurch quake mapped from space

Postby mike » Tue Nov 14, 2017 5:52 pm

The fault line that crosses both Iran and Irac in my opinion runs about 400 feet down across the mountains and desert so it goes deeper at time when its in the mountains.The active fault line is very long, and at times must come under pressure from places where the rocks stick and dont move for years, so the release when it comes is sudden and fast giving no warning and the shock wave destroys the houses above the fault and other places where the ground cannot reflect the shock wave, but absorbs it and rocks about.
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