|Posted: October 28, 2014, 3:51 pm - IP Logged|
M6.1 - TONGA
- 28 Oct 2014 03:15:43 UTC
- 27 Oct 2014 15:15:43 near epicenter
- 27 Oct 2014 22:15:43 standard time in your timezone
- 129 km (79 mi) NW of Hihifo, Tonga
- 346 km (214 mi) WSW of Apia, Samoa
- 435 km (269 mi) WSW of Tafuna, American Samoa
- 438 km (271 mi) WSW of Pago Pago, American Samoa
- 651 km (403 mi) E of Lambasa, Fiji
|Location Uncertainty||Horizontal: 0.0 km; Vertical 1.9 km|
|Parameters||Nph = 157; Dmin = 662.2 km; Rmss = 0.80 seconds; Gp = 45°|
LSV March Out Haka
Haka done by the trainees of the LSV Company (Limited Service Volunteer Comp) .
This Haka was part of their march out parade.
Females in a triangle formation in the middle of group and always standing.
Notice that their movements are less aggressive than the males.
A female is calling the orders for the group and the group responds.
Males are more aggressive and show a protective formation around the females.
When the Haka is finished, a male stands protectively in front of the female caller
and takes the leadership position for the whole group of soldiers.
While I don't understand the language, I'm observing and reading the actions.
How can we apply this observation to the numbers that we select from this
earthquake report? Which digits are female? Which digits are male?
What winning formations will they make?
Also, Halloween is coming this weekend. 666 is showing! Boo (800)
174.666W 0.80 seconds
Hey ... I'm just commenting on what I see. LOL
~Moon, Resident Earthquake-Meister