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A really BIG one! Good Luck to you and me! Lep Interesting numbers! Yes Nod

 

 6.8  2012/02/06 03:49:17    9.964    123.246  46.6   NEGROS - CEBU REGION, PHILIPPINES

 

MAP 4.4  2012/02/06 02:14:26    1.687    127.552  114.5   HALMAHERA, INDONESIA
MAP 5.1  2012/02/05 23:50:41   -20.346   -177.916  521.0   FIJI REGION
MAP 4.7  2012/02/05 22:05:46    36.495    140.708  9.9   NEAR THE EAST COAST OF HONSHU, JAPAN
MAP 2.8  2012/02/05 21:52:37    18.869    -67.630  6.4   PUERTO RICO REGION
MAP 4.7  2012/02/05 20:58:47   -15.719    -70.760  189.0   SOUTHERN PERU
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    Two more BIG ones!  Good Luck to you and me! Lep

     

    MAP 5.2  2012/02/06 11:40:20    9.845    123.041  15.0   NEGROS - CEBU REGION, PHILIPPINES
    MAP 5.8  2012/02/06 11:33:37    9.804    123.051  15.1   NEGROS - CEBU REGION, PHILIPPINES
    MAP 4.4  2012/02/06 10:30:26    14.978    -87.657  10.0   HONDURAS
    MAP 6.0  2012/02/06 10:10:24    9.874    123.070  15.0   NEGROS - CEBU REGION, PHILIPPINES
    MAP 3.5  2012/02/06 08:07:19    67.566   -149.681  16.9   NORTHERN ALASKA
    MAP 5.6  2012/02/06 04:20:04    10.058    123.171  15.0   NEGROS - CEBU REGION, PHILIPPINES
    MAP 4.8  2012/02/06 04:03:28    9.873    123.260  34.8   NEGROS - CEBU REGION, PHILIPPINES
    MAP 6.7  2012/02/06 03:49:17    9.964    123.246  20.0   NEGROS - CEBU REGION, PHILIPPINES
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      A house cracked and broken from earthquake damage

      Earthquakes

      One of the most frightening and destructive phenomena of nature is a severe earthquake and its terrible aftereffects. An earthquake is the sudden, rapid shaking of the earth, caused by the breaking and shifting of subterranean rock as it releases strain that has accumulated over a long time.

      For hundreds of millions of years, the forces of plate tectonics have shaped the earth, as the huge plates that form the earth’s surface slowly move over, under and past each other. Sometimes, the movement is gradual. At other times, the plates are locked together, unable to release accumulated energy. When the accumulated energy grows strong enough, the plates break free. If the earthquake occurs in a populated area, it may cause many deaths and injuries and extensive property damage.

      While earthquakes are sometimes believed to be a West Coast occurrence, there are actually 45 states and territories throughout the United States that are at moderate to high risk for earthquakes including the New Madrid fault line in Central U.S.

      The 2011 East Coast earthquake illustrated the fact that it is impossible to predict when or where an earthquake will occur, so it is important that you and your family are prepared ahead of time.

       

      Before an Earthquake

      The following are things you can do to protect yourself, your family and your property in the event of an earthquake.

      • To begin preparing, you should build an emergency kit and make a family communications plan.
      • Fasten shelves securely to walls.
      • Place large or heavy objects on lower shelves.
      • Store breakable items such as bottled foods, glass, and china in low, closed cabinets with latches.
      • Fasten heavy items such as pictures and mirrors securely to walls and away from beds, couches and anywhere people sit.
      • Brace overhead light fixtures and top heavy objects.
      • Repair defective electrical wiring and leaky gas connections. These are potential fire risks. Get appropriate professional help. Do not work with gas or electrical lines yourself.
      • Install flexible pipe fittings to avoid gas or water leaks. Flexible fittings are more resistant to breakage.
      • Secure your water heater, refrigerator, furnace and gas appliances by strapping them to the wall studs and bolting to the floor. If recommended by your gas company, have an automatic gas shut-off valve installed that is triggered by strong vibrations.
      • Repair any deep cracks in ceilings or foundations. Get expert advice if there are signs of structural defects.
      • Be sure the residence is firmly anchored to its foundation.
      • Store weed killers, pesticides, and flammable products securely in closed cabinets with latches and on bottom shelves.
      • Locate safe spots in each room under a sturdy table or against an inside wall. Reinforce this information by moving to these places during each drill.
      • Hold earthquake drills with your family members: Drop, cover and hold on.

       

      During an Earthquake

      Drop, cover and Hold On. Minimize your movements to a few steps to a nearby safe place and if you are indoors, stay there until the shaking has stopped and you are sure exiting is safe.

      If Indoors

      • DROP to the ground; take COVER by getting under a sturdy table or other piece of furniture; and HOLD ON until the shaking stops. If there isn’t a table or desk near you, cover your face and head with your arms and crouch in an inside corner of the building.
      • Stay away from glass, windows, outside doors and walls, and anything that could fall, such as lighting fixtures or furniture.
      • Stay in bed if you are there when the earthquake strikes. Hold on and protect your head with a pillow, unless you are under a heavy light fixture that could fall. In that case, move to the nearest safe place.
      • Do not use a doorway except if you know it is a strongly supported, load-bearing doorway and it is close to you. Many inside doorways are lightly constructed and do not offer protection..
      • Stay inside until the shaking stops and it is safe to go outside. Do not exit a building during the shaking. Research has shown that most injuries occur when people inside buildings attempt to move to a different location inside the building or try to leave.
      • DO NOT use the elevators.
      • Be aware that the electricity may go out or the sprinkler systems or fire alarms may turn on.

      If Outdoors

      • Stay there.
      • Move away from buildings, streetlights, and utility wires.
      • Once in the open, stay there until the shaking stops. The greatest danger exists directly outside buildings, at exits and alongside exterior walls. Many of the 120 fatalities from the 1933 Long Beach earthquake occurred when people ran outside of buildings only to be killed by falling debris from collapsing walls. Ground movement during an earthquake is seldom the direct cause of death or injury. Most earthquake-related casualties result from collapsing walls, flying glass, and falling objects.

      If in a Moving Vehicle

      • Stop as quickly as safety permits and stay in the vehicle. Avoid stopping near or under buildings, trees, overpasses, and utility wires.
      • Proceed cautiously once the earthquake has stopped. Avoid roads, bridges, or ramps that might have been damaged by the earthquake.

      If Trapped Under Debris

      • Do not light a match.
      • Do not move about or kick up dust.
      • Cover your mouth with a handkerchief or clothing.
      • Tap on a pipe or wall so rescuers can locate you. Use a whistle if one is available. Shout only as a last resort. Shouting can cause you to inhale dangerous amounts of dust.

       

      After an Earthquake

      • When the shaking stops, look around to make sure it is safe to move. Then exit the building.
      • Expect aftershocks. These secondary shockwaves are usually less violent than the main quake but can be strong enough to do additional damage to weakened structures and can occur in the first hours, days, weeks, or even months after the quake.
      • Help injured or trapped persons. Remember to help your neighbors who may require special assistance such as infants, the elderly and people with access and functional needs. Give first aid where appropriate. Do not move seriously injured persons unless they are in immediate danger of further injury. Call for help.
      • Look for and extinguish small fires. Fire is the most common hazard after an earthquake.
      • Listen to a battery-operated radio or television for the latest emergency information.
      • Be aware of possible tsunamis if you live in coastal areas. These are also known as seismic sea waves (mistakenly called "tidal waves"). When local authorities issue a tsunami warning, assume that a series of dangerous waves is on the way. Stay away from the beach.
      • Use the telephone only for emergency calls.
      • Go to a designated public shelter if your home had been damaged and is no longer safe. Text SHELTER + your ZIP code to 43362 (4FEMA) to find the nearest shelter in your area (example: shelter 12345).
      • Stay away from damaged areas. Stay away unless your assistance has been specifically requested by police, fire, or relief organizations. Return home only when authorities say it is safe.
      • Be careful when driving after an earthquake and anticipate traffic light outages.
      • After it is determined that its’ safe to return, your safety should be your primary priority as you begin clean up and recovery.
      • Open cabinets cautiously. Beware of objects that can fall off shelves.
      • Find out how to keep food safe during and after and emergency by visiting: http://www.foodsafety.gov/keep/emergency/index.html
      • Put on long pants, a long-sleeved shirt, sturdy shoes and work gloves to protect against injury from broken objects.
      • Clean up spilled medicines, bleaches, gasoline or other flammable liquids immediately. Leave the area if you smell gas or fumes from other chemicals.
      • Inspect the entire length of chimneys for damage. Unnoticed damage could lead to a fire.
      • Inspect utilities.
        • Check for gas leaks. If you smell gas or hear blowing or hissing noise, open a window and quickly leave the building. Turn off the gas at the outside main valve if you can and call the gas company from a neighbor's home. If you turn off the gas for any reason, it must be turned back on by a professional.
        • Look for electrical system damage. If you see sparks or broken or frayed wires, or if you smell hot insulation, turn off the electricity at the main fuse box or circuit breaker. If you have to step in water to get to the fuse box or circuit breaker, call an electrician first for advice.
        • Check for sewage and water lines damage. If you suspect sewage lines are damaged, avoid using the toilets and call a plumber. If water pipes are damaged, contact the water company and avoid using water from the tap. You can obtain safe water by melting ice cubes.

       

      Know the Terms

      Familiarize yourself with these terms to help identify an earthquake hazard:

      Aftershock - An earthquake of similar or lesser intensity that follows the main earthquake.

      Earthquake - A sudden slipping or movement of a portion of the earth’s crust, accompanied and followed by a series of vibrations.

      Epicenter - The place on the earth’s surface directly above the point on the fault where the earthquake rupture began. Once fault slippage begins, it expands along the fault during the earthquake and can extend hundreds of miles before stopping.

      Fault - The fracture across which displacement has occurred during an earthquake. The slippage may range from less than an inch to more than 10 yards in a severe earthquake.

      Magnitude - The amount of energy released during an earthquake, which is computed from the amplitude of the seismic waves. A magnitude of 7.0 on the Richter Scale indicates an extremely strong earthquake. Each whole number on the scale represents an increase of about 30 times more energy released than the previous whole number represents. Therefore, an earthquake measuring 6.0 is about 30 times more powerful than one measuring 5.0.

      Seismic Waves - Vibrations that travel outward from the earthquake fault at speeds of several miles per second. Although fault slippage directly under a structure can cause considerable damage, the vibrations of seismic waves cause most of the destruction during earthquakes.

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        Inspecting for Possible Home Earthquake Hazards

         

        An important step in earthquake preparedness is to inspect your home and its surroundings for possible hazards and then take action to lessen those hazards. Remember: anything can move, fall, or break during an earthquake or its aftershocks.

        The following is a basic checklist to help you identify and correct possible home hazards.

        Check Each Room

        Look for the following hazards in each room:

        • Windows and other glass that might shatter
        • Unanchored bookcases, cabinets, refrigerators, water heaters, and other furniture that might topple
        • Heating units, fireplaces, chimneys, and stoves that could move or fall
        • Areas that could be blocked by falling debris

        Securing Appliances

        • Secure your large appliances with flexible cable, braided wire, or metal strapping.
        • Install flexible gas and water connections on all gas appliances. This will significantly reduce your chances of having a major fire after an earthquake.
        • Brace and support air conditioners, particularly those on rooftops.

        The typical water heater weighs about 450 pounds when full. In an earthquake, the floor on which it is standing tends to move out from under the heater, often causing it to topple. The movement can also break the gas, electric, and water-line connectors, posing fire or electric shock hazards, and can shatter the glass lining within the water heater.

        Here are two suggestions on how to secure your water heater:

        • Wrap at least a 1 /2-inch wide metal strap around the top of the water heater and attach it to wall studs with 3-inch lag screws. Attach another strap about 2/3 of the way down from the top of the water heater. OR...
        • Wrap steel plumber's tape around the entire water heater at least twice. Then secure the tape to two different wall studs with 3-inch lag screws.

        Securing Items in the Bathroom

        Replace glass bottles from your medicine cabinet and around the bathtub with plastic containers.

        Hanging and Overhead Items

        • Inspect and anchor overhead light fixtures, such as chandeliers.
        • Move heavy mirrors and pictures hanging above beds, chairs, and other places where you sit or sleep. Otherwise, anchor these items with wire through eyescrews bolted into wall studs. Or place screws on both sides, top, and bottom of the frame and screw these into the studs.
        • Determine whether the full swing of your hanging lamps or plants will strike a window. If so, move them.
        • Secure hanging objects by closing the opening of the hook.
        • Replace heavy ceramic or glass hanging planters with light-weight plastic or wicker baskets.

        Shelves, Cabinets, and Furniture

        Identify top-heavy, free-standing furniture, such as bookcases and china cabinets, that could topple in an earthquake.

        • Secure your furniture by using "L" brackets, corner brackets, or aluminum molding to attach tall or top-heavy furniture to the wall eyebolts to secure items located a short distance from the wall
        • Attach a wooden or metal guardrail on open shelves to keep items from sliding or falling off. Fishing line can also be used as a less-visible means of securing an item.
        • Place heavy or large objects on lower shelves.
        • Use Velcro-type fastenings to secure some items to their shelves.
        • Secure your cabinet doors by installing sliding bolts or childproof latches.

        Hazardous Materials

        Identify poisons, solvents, or toxic materials in breakable containers and move these containers to a safe, well-ventilated storage area. Keep them away from your water storage and out of reach of children and pets.

        Inspecting and Securing Your Home's Structure

        Examine the structural safety of your house. If your house is of conventional wood construction, it will probably be relatively resistant to earthquake damage, particularly if it is a single-story structure.

        For information on structural safety standards and qualified contractors in your area, contact your city or county government office on community development or building code enforcement.

        The following suggestions will take an investment of time and money but will add stability to your home. If you want to do the work yourself, many hardware or home-improvement stores will assist you with information and instructions.

        Foundation

        Check to see if your house or garage is securely fastened to the foundation. (If your house was built before 1950, it probably does not have bolts securing the wood structure to the concrete foundation.) If your house is not secured to the foundation, take the following steps:

        • Using a hammer drill and carbide bit, drill a hole through the sill plate into the foundation. Holes should be approximately 6 feet apart.
        • Drop a 1/2- x 7-inch expansion bolt into each hole and finish by tightening the nut and washer.

        Beams, Posts, Joists, and Plates

        Strengthen the areas of connection between beams, posts, joists, and plates using the following hardware:

        • "T" and "L" straps
        • Mending plates
        • Joist hangers
        • Twin post caps
        • Nails and lag screws

        Pay particular attention to exposed framing in garages, basements, porches, and patio covers.

        Roof and Chimney

        • Check your chimney or roof for loose tiles and bricks that could fall in an earthquake. Repair loose tiles or bricks, as needed.
        • Protect yourself from falling chimney bricks that might penetrate the roof, by reinforcing the ceiling immediately surrounding the chimney with 3/4-inch plywood nailed to ceiling joists.

        Learning to Shut Off Utilities

        • Know where and how to shut off utilities at the main switches or valves. Check with your local utility companies for instructions.
        • Teach all family members how and when to shut off utilities.

        Gas

        • An automatic valve (Earthquake Command System) is commercially available that will turn the gas off for you in the event of an earthquake.
        • After an earthquake, DO NOT USE matches, lighters, or appliances, and do not operate light switches until you are sure there are no gas leaks. Sparks from electrical switches could ignite gas, causing an explosion.
        • If you smell the odor of gas, or if you notice a large consumption of gas being registered on the gas meter, shut off the gas immediately. First, find the main shut-off valve, located on a pipe next to the gas meter. Use an adjustable wrench to turn the valve to the off position.

        Electricity

        After a major disaster, shut off the electricity. Sparks from electrical switches could pose a shock or fire hazard. Carefully turn off the electricity at the main electrical breaker in your home.

        Water

        Water may be turned off at either of two locations:

        • At the main meter, which controls the water flow to the entire property; or
        • At the water main leading into the home. (Shutting off the water here retains the water supply in your water heater, which may be useful in an emergency.)

        Attach a valve wrench to the water line. (This tool can be purchased at most hardware stores.) Also, label the water mains for quick identification.

        Source: EnergyStar.gov
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          MAP 4.6  2012/02/06 23:47:15    10.148    123.283  14.9   NEGROS - CEBU REGION, PHILIPPINES
          MAP 4.6  2012/02/06 22:35:13    9.842    123.361  10.0   NEGROS - CEBU REGION, PHILIPPINES

           

          MAP 4.5  2012/02/06 13:49:25   -21.938    -66.897  172.7   POTOSI, BOLIVIA
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            Just some examples.  Can you find others?  Check dates and times. Compare with your workouts. Big Grin Angel

             

            MAP 4.9  2012/02/07 04:05:38    10.297    123.190  10.0   NEGROS - CEBU REGION, PHILIPPINES
            MAP 4.3  2012/02/07 02:45:49    14.901    -93.230  72.9   OFFSHORE CHIAPAS, MEXICO
            MAP 2.7  2012/02/07 02:34:20    33.367   -116.399  12.3   SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
            MAP 4.8  2012/02/07 02:18:27    -3.641    -77.352  54.1   PERU-ECUADOR BORDER REGION
            MAP 4.6  2012/02/07 00:33:40    -3.493    123.297  30.0   SULAWESI, INDONESIA
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              What patterns do you see?  What number games do you play? Any number calling you?  Good Luck! Lep

               

              MAP 4.5  2012/02/07 16:16:42    14.781    -87.561  24.0   HONDURAS
              MAP 4.5  2012/02/07 15:37:42    -6.997    126.512  415.6   BANDA SEA
              MAP 4.6  2012/02/07 14:20:51    10.015    123.113  10.0   NEGROS - CEBU REGION, PHILIPPINES
              MAP 4.8  2012/02/07 13:37:56    35.694    140.047  75.7   NEAR THE EAST COAST OF HONSHU, JAPAN
              MAP 5.0  2012/02/07 13:30:05    45.560    142.212  315.5   HOKKAIDO, JAPAN REGION
              MAP 4.9  2012/02/07 13:08:05    10.173    123.344  10.2   NEGROS - CEBU REGION, PHILIPPINES
              MAP 4.9  2012/02/07 12:02:11   -37.964    -75.175  16.2   OFF THE COAST OF BIO-BIO, CHILE
              MAP 4.9  2012/02/07 08:31:22    12.674    48.691  10.0   GULF OF ADEN
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                MAP 5.0  2012/02/07 21:59:12    10.090    123.336  6.2   NEGROS - CEBU REGION, PHILIPPINES
                MAP 5.3  2012/02/07 20:37:45    10.162    123.343  10.2   NEGROS - CEBU REGION, PHILIPPINES
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                  MAP 5.3  2012/02/08 01:58:44   -29.536   -177.330  54.7   KERMADEC ISLANDS, NEW ZEALAND
                  MAP 4.9  2012/02/08 01:53:02    9.899    123.211  10.0   NEGROS - CEBU REGION, PHILIPPINES
                  MAP 5.2  2012/02/08 00:41:04    10.258    123.397  11.8   NEGROS - CEBU REGION, PHILIPPINES
                  MAP 4.9  2012/02/07 23:37:06    76.919    7.258  10.0   SVALBARD REGION
                  MAP 4.6  2012/02/07 22:30:34    14.738    -93.356  64.6   OFFSHORE CHIAPAS, MEXICO
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                    What patterns do you see?  What number games do you play? Any number calling you?  Good Luck! Lep

                     

                    MAP 4.5  2012/02/07 16:16:42    14.781    -87.561  24.0   HONDURAS
                    MAP 4.5  2012/02/07 15:37:42    -6.997    126.512  415.6   BANDA SEA
                    MAP 4.6  2012/02/07 14:20:51    10.015    123.113  10.0   NEGROS - CEBU REGION, PHILIPPINES
                    MAP 4.8  2012/02/07 13:37:56    35.694    140.047  75.7   NEAR THE EAST COAST OF HONSHU, JAPAN
                    MAP 5.0  2012/02/07 13:30:05    45.560    142.212  315.5   HOKKAIDO, JAPAN REGION
                    MAP 4.9  2012/02/07 13:08:05    10.173    123.344  10.2   NEGROS - CEBU REGION, PHILIPPINES
                    MAP 4.9  2012/02/07 12:02:11   -37.964    -75.175  16.2   OFF THE COAST OF BIO-BIO, CHILE
                    MAP 4.9  2012/02/07 08:31:22    12.674    48.691  10.0   GULF OF ADEN

                    Harve$t Moon,

                    really the 123, got 817qp today, dreamed of my father last night 104,771 any 67 pair. 

                    ccat

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                      Harve$t Moon,

                      really the 123, got 817qp today, dreamed of my father last night 104,771 any 67 pair. 

                      ccat

                      You are speaking (writing and claiming) these numbers

                      into winning hits for yourself, Carnivalcat!  Good Luck! Lep

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                        Find the patterns and play what speaks to you! GL Lep

                         

                        MAP 5.0  2012/02/09 02:39:38    -3.266    130.816  9.4   SERAM, INDONESIA
                        MAP 4.7  2012/02/08 21:30:37    38.263    144.696  25.3   OFF THE EAST COAST OF HONSHU, JAPAN
                        MAP 4.5  2012/02/08 21:24:59    14.963    -94.258  29.0   OFF THE COAST OF CHIAPAS, MEXICO
                        MAP 2.8  2012/02/08 19:04:32    35.578    -97.286  3.9   OKLAHOMA
                        MAP 2.5  2012/02/08 18:04:49    40.826   -124.449  17.3   OFFSHORE NORTHERN CALIFORNIA
                        MAP 4.9  2012/02/08 15:06:53    51.108    174.833  29.4   NEAR ISLANDS, ALEUTIAN ISLANDS, ALASKA
                        MAP 5.0  2012/02/08 13:06:46    15.050    -94.022  47.7   OFFSHORE CHIAPAS, MEXICO
                        MAP 2.9  2012/02/08 13:04:47    19.205    -67.093  24.0   PUERTO RICO REGION
                        MAP 5.6  2012/02/08 12:01:38    37.838    138.099  9.7   NEAR THE WEST COAST OF HONSHU, JAPAN
                        MAP 2.5  2012/02/08 11:33:18    61.748   -150.127  34.6   SOUTHERN ALASKA
                        MAP 5.6  2012/02/08 10:54:43    0.682    -79.187  69.8   NEAR THE COAST OF ECUADOR
                        MAP 4.5  2012/02/08 09:39:14    16.053    -94.088  112.4   OFFSHORE CHIAPAS, MEXICO
                        MAP 5.1  2012/02/08 08:52:26    -0.386    119.993  22.8   MINAHASA, SULAWESI, INDONESIA

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                          Good Luck with the earthquake numbers puzzle today! WinLoverBIG! Coffee 

                           

                          MAP 2.7  2012/02/09 15:06:09    36.824   -121.548  5.0   CENTRAL CALIFORNIA
                          MAP 2.7  2012/02/09 13:58:30    57.753   -154.115  29.7   KODIAK ISLAND REGION, ALASKA
                          MAP 4.8  2012/02/09 11:21:10   -41.097    44.656  15.4   CROZET ISLANDS REGION
                          MAP 2.5  2012/02/09 09:34:39    33.257   -115.575  1.6   SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
                          MAP 4.6  2012/02/09 09:21:58    16.300    -96.905  34.5   OAXACA, MEXICO
                          MAP 2.9  2012/02/09 09:07:52    19.767   -155.406  19.8   ISLAND OF HAWAII, HAWAII
                          MAP 5.6  2012/02/09 08:49:25   -56.371    -25.836  9.9   SOUTH SANDWICH ISLANDS REGION
                          MAP 4.4  2012/02/09 07:09:41    36.398    142.007  46.3   OFF THE EAST COAST OF HONSHU, JAPAN
                          MAP 4.6  2012/02/09 06:26:46    54.964   -161.590  83.4   ALASKA PENINSULA
                          MAP 2.5  2012/02/09 06:11:17    60.771   -148.773  0.0   KENAI PENINSULA, ALASKA
                          MAP 5.3  2012/02/09 05:59:01    -7.050    155.644  65.5   SOLOMON ISLANDS
                          MAP 5.0  2012/02/09 05:18:45   -15.158    167.686  94.9   VANUATU
                          MAP 5.1  2012/02/09 05:09:12    -3.340    130.671  34.9   SERAM, INDONESIA
                          MAP 2.8  2012/02/09 04:13:25    18.284    -65.356  14.6   PUERTO RICO REGION
                          MAP 4.8  2012/02/09 03:55:21    31.556    131.560  44.5   KYUSHU, JAPAN

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                            Harve$t Moon's avatar - 5str

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                            Good Luck with the earthquake numbers puzzle today! WinLoverBIG! Coffee 

                             

                            MAP 2.7  2012/02/09 15:06:09    36.824   -121.548  5.0   CENTRAL CALIFORNIA
                            MAP 2.7  2012/02/09 13:58:30    57.753   -154.115  29.7   KODIAK ISLAND REGION, ALASKA
                            MAP 4.8  2012/02/09 11:21:10   -41.097    44.656  15.4   CROZET ISLANDS REGION
                            MAP 2.5  2012/02/09 09:34:39    33.257   -115.575  1.6   SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
                            MAP 4.6  2012/02/09 09:21:58    16.300    -96.905  34.5   OAXACA, MEXICO
                            MAP 2.9  2012/02/09 09:07:52    19.767   -155.406  19.8   ISLAND OF HAWAII, HAWAII
                            MAP 5.6  2012/02/09 08:49:25   -56.371    -25.836  9.9   SOUTH SANDWICH ISLANDS REGION
                            MAP 4.4  2012/02/09 07:09:41    36.398    142.007  46.3   OFF THE EAST COAST OF HONSHU, JAPAN
                            MAP 4.6  2012/02/09 06:26:46    54.964   -161.590  83.4   ALASKA PENINSULA
                            MAP 2.5  2012/02/09 06:11:17    60.771   -148.773  0.0   KENAI PENINSULA, ALASKA
                            MAP 5.3  2012/02/09 05:59:01    -7.050    155.644  65.5   SOLOMON ISLANDS
                            MAP 5.0  2012/02/09 05:18:45   -15.158    167.686  94.9   VANUATU
                            MAP 5.1  2012/02/09 05:09:12    -3.340    130.671  34.9   SERAM, INDONESIA
                            MAP 2.8  2012/02/09 04:13:25    18.284    -65.356  14.6   PUERTO RICO REGION
                            MAP 4.8  2012/02/09 03:55:21    31.556    131.560  44.5   KYUSHU, JAPAN

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                            MAP 3.0  2012/02/09 19:37:47    61.275   -151.012  11.2   SOUTHERN ALASKA
                            MAP 2.5  2012/02/09 19:32:21    61.259   -150.987  9.7   SOUTHERN ALASKA
                            MAP 5.1  2012/02/09 19:17:33    30.979    78.323  25.5   UTTARANCHAL, INDIA
                            MAP 5.1  2012/02/09 18:57:07    44.871    92.890  21.7   NORTHERN XINJIANG, CHINA
                            MAP 5.8  2012/02/09 18:52:47   -58.325    157.870  3.9   MACQUARIE ISLAND REGION
                            MAP 2.5  2012/02/09 18:43:47    62.673   -152.293  15.9   CENTRAL ALASKA
                            MAP 2.9  2012/02/09 17:54:22    18.655    -66.717  33.1   PUERTO RICO REGION
                            MAP 3.7  2012/02/09 17:10:15    62.312   -148.521  11.2   CENTRAL ALASKA
                            MAP 2.5  2012/02/09 15:55:51    36.822   -121.545  4.0   CENTRAL CALIFORNIA
                            MAP 5.1  2012/02/09 15:18:11    -1.765    140.719  15.1   PAPUA REGION, INDONESIA

                             

                            UTTARANCHAL, INDIA

                            Method 1:  9-1-9
                            Method 2:  0-3-3
                            Method 3:  7-6-6
                            Method 4:  6-7-5
                            Method 5:  1-6-6
                            Method 6:  4-9-9

                             

                            NORTHERN XINJIANG, CHINA

                            Method 1:  2-5-7
                            Method 2:  9-6-4
                            Method 3:  4-0-3
                            Method 4:  3-1-0
                            Method 5:  6-2-3
                            Method 6:  0-9-7

                             

                            MACQUARIE ISLAND REGION

                            Method 1:  2-4-9
                            Method 2:  5-3-9
                            Method 3:  5-3-5
                            Method 4:  9-4-8
                            Method 5:  6-7-5
                            Method 6:  4-6-0

                             

                            PAPUA REGION, INDONESIA

                            Method 1:  2-4-9
                            Method 2:  5-3-9
                            Method 3:  5-3-5
                            Method 4:  9-4-8
                            Method 5:  6-7-5
                            Method 6:  4-6-0

                             

                            CROZET ISLANDS REGION

                            Method 1:  6-5-0
                            Method 2:  6-1-8
                            Method 3:  4-2-3
                            Method 4:  6-1-6
                            Method 5:  5-9-2
                            Method 6:  7-2-4

                             

                            OAXACA, MEXICO

                            Method 1:  2-5-5
                            Method 2:  4-1-7
                            Method 3:  7-5-8
                            Method 4:  4-8-8
                            Method 5:  9-6-1
                            Method 6:  2-9-8

                             

                            SOUTH SANDWICH ISLANDS REGION

                            Method 1:  8-3-6
                            Method 2:  9-9-7
                            Method 3:  0-0-2
                            Method 4:  9-2-0
                            Method 5:  6-0-4
                            Method 6:  5-9-9

                             

                            ALASKA PENINSULA

                            Method 1:  6-1-3
                            Method 2:  9-1-2
                            Method 3:  7-0-8
                            Method 4:  4-2-6
                            Method 5:  0-1-4
                            Method 6:  3-4-0

                             

                            SOLOMON ISLANDS

                            Method 1:  8-6-1
                            Method 2:  3-0-0
                            Method 3:  8-4-7
                            Method 4:  1-5-3
                            Method 5:  2-8-2
                            Method 6:  1-4-9

                             

                            VANUATU

                            Method 1:  2-7-5
                            Method 2:  6-3-8
                            Method 3:  4-4-4
                            Method 4:  6-5-5
                            Method 5:  0-3-1
                            Method 6:  6-2-9

                             

                            SERAM, INDONESIA

                            Method 1:  1-4-6
                            Method 2:  3-8-2
                            Method 3:  5-8-4
                            Method 4:  0-9-2
                            Method 5:  0-2-9
                            Method 6:  3-6-4

                             

                            KYUSHU, JAPAN

                            Method 1:  1-1-8
                            Method 2:  1-3-4
                            Method 3:  2-6-5
                            Method 4:  1-1-8
                            Method 5:  2-5-2
                            Method 6:  8-8-4

                              Harve$t Moon's avatar - 5str

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                              Oooh, I like some of these! LOL  Good Luck!

                               

                              MAP 4.5  2012/02/10 17:36:35    7.517    124.782  62.2   MINDANAO, PHILIPPINES
                              MAP 4.8  2012/02/10 16:55:35    13.852    120.620  125.9   MINDORO, PHILIPPINES
                              MAP 4.7  2012/02/10 16:29:39    13.654    144.933  121.7   GUAM REGION
                              MAP 4.7  2012/02/10 16:19:39    44.311    83.744  52.1   NORTHERN XINJIANG, CHINA
                              MAP 4.9  2012/02/10 15:49:50   -30.289   -177.127  72.2   KERMADEC ISLANDS, NEW ZEALAND
                              MAP 4.3  2012/02/10 15:10:43    19.273    -64.876  24.0   VIRGIN ISLANDS REGION
                              MAP 4.5  2012/02/10 13:11:39    -7.122    129.953  142.0   KEPULAUAN BABAR, INDONESIA
                              MAP 4.2  2012/02/10 12:13:04    16.767    -99.032  44.4   GUERRERO, MEXICO
                              MAP 4.4  2012/02/10 08:59:41    35.419    52.445  9.9   NORTHERN IRAN
                              MAP 4.6  2012/02/10 06:52:45    51.983   -171.433  36.3   FOX ISLANDS, ALEUTIAN ISLANDS, ALASKA
                              MAP 4.9  2012/02/10 06:28:36    52.080   -171.432  70.8   FOX ISLANDS, ALEUTIAN ISLANDS, ALASKA
                              MAP 4.3  2012/02/10 06:24:03    52.085   -171.357  32.8   FOX ISLANDS, ALEUTIAN ISLANDS, ALASKA
                              MAP 4.5  2012/02/10 06:23:40    51.190   -176.141  35.0   ANDREANOF ISLANDS, ALEUTIAN IS., ALASKA
                              MAP 5.6  2012/02/10 05:34:06    -0.380    132.662  16.3   NEAR THE NORTH COAST OF PAPUA, INDONESIA
                              MAP 4.9  2012/02/10 02:05:22   -30.733    -71.288  52.3   COQUIMBO, CHILE
                              MAP 5.9  2012/02/10 01:47:34   -17.943   -178.486  575.5   FIJI REGION
                              MAP 4.6  2012/02/10 00:38:39    39.217    142.549  50.8   NEAR THE EAST COAST OF HONSHU, JAPAN
                              MAP 4.8  2012/02/09 21:52:02    38.421    140.649  105.2   EASTERN HONSHU, JAPAN
                              MAP 5.1  2012/02/09 19:21:02   -58.303    158.022  13.8   MACQUARIE ISLAND REGION
                                 
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