Daily Worldwide Earthquake - Tsunami Watch Money Numbers!
Way back up in them dadgum hills, son!
April 28, 2009
|Posted: October 8, 2011, 11:54 pm - IP Logged|
Interesting stuff Moon, thanks for posting.
"The only thing necessary for evil to triumph is for good men to do nothing"
July 24, 2011
|Posted: October 9, 2011, 8:22 am - IP Logged|
Could be interesting to play ... what do you think?
I like the 9185 for today! From the second on this list! Lets see!!
Thanks again Harve$t Moon!!
July 10, 2009
|Posted: October 10, 2011, 5:38 pm - IP Logged|
There is quite a bit of 5. Magnitude activity today.
I see a couple of numbers that are on my list.
Seismologists indicate the size of an earthquake in units of magnitude. There are many different ways that magnitude is measured from seismograms because each method only works over a limited range of magnitudes and with different types of seismometers. Some methods are based on body waves (which travel deep within the structure of the earth), some based on surface waves (which primarily travel along the uppermost layers of the earth), and some based on completely different methodologies. However, all of the methods are designed to agree well over the range of magnitudes where they are reliable.
Preliminary magnitudes based on incomplete but available data are sometimes estimated and reported. For example, the Tsunami Centers will calculate a preliminary magnitude and location for an event as soon as sufficient data is available to make an estimate. In this case, time is of the essence in order to broadcast a warning if tsunami waves are likely to be generated by the event. Such preliminary magnitudes, which may be off by one-half magnitude unit or more, are sufficient for the purpose at hand, and are superseded by more exact estimates of magnitude as more data become available.
Earthquake magnitude is a logarithmic measure of earthquake size. In simple terms, this means that at the same distance from the earthquake, the shaking will be 10 times as large during a magnitude 5 earthquake as during a magnitude 4 earthquake. The total amount of energy released by the earthquake, however, goes up by a factor of 32.
~Moon, Resident Earthquake-Meister
June 3, 2010
|Posted: October 13, 2011, 2:34 pm - IP Logged|
TN mid-day games... 502, 519..
Texas today mid-day ..10.13.11 play 250
Bottom 4.2..after the 18.888 Mexico..
Where is 101 going, we both need two...
Saw your post yesterday...Like everything close too...117,125,120
Thanks for posting!!
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