Earth Quake statistics & Locations

another big deep one in south american

M 7.0 - 27km NNE of Azangaro, Peru
VI
DYFI?
IV
ShakeMap
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PAGER

[Image: tsunami.jpg]

Time 2019-03-01 08:50:41 (UTC)
Location 14.684°S 70.127°W
Depth 257.4 km

too deep to cause any real damage i expect

though i am wondering if this suggests there will be movement on the other side of the pacific plate.
not necessarily
in around a week the moon and mercury will align up in the straight line which i am wondering if it will have any effect.
from some casual reading it appears the when the erth has no other bodys in close proximity there has been some bigger quakes
but its all purely hypothetical guess work
18/03 moon is on the outside of the earth to the sun and mercury will be between the earth and the sun
i am not sure if the gravitational and magnetic fields have any real effect
i have not been plotting it properly, just starting to note the alignments and if they coincide with big quakes.
nothing so far
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(Mar 1, 2019 12:34 PM)RainbowUnicorn Wrote: in around a week the moon and mercury will align up in the straight line which i am wondering if it will have any effect.


Some very, very tentative evidence that the moon might make a trivial contribution to occasional earthquakes. Whereas skeptics like Phil Plat assert that even all the planets in alignment and optimally as close to earth as possible would only have 2% of the gravitational effect of the Moon itself.

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(Mar 1, 2019 10:18 PM)C C Wrote:
(Mar 1, 2019 12:34 PM)RainbowUnicorn Wrote: in around a week the moon and mercury will align up in the straight line which i am wondering if it will have any effect.


Some very, very tentative evidence that the moon might make a trivial contribution to occasional earthquakes. Whereas skeptics like Phil Plat assert that even all the planets in alignment and optimally as close to earth as possible would only have 2% of the gravitational effect of the Moon itself.

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i have noticed there is a lot of cross over amongst astrology & astrophysics(astronomy) in this area so i am keen to try and not have confusing content that might infer some type of magical effect etc.


http://blogs.discovermagazine.com/badast...Hn7kqBS9hE

i just speed read this.

what i have wondered is how much and what effect the different magnetic fields have on water and land, magma etc...

as noted, given the cycle of high frequency(every 2 weeks and monthly) of the moon & sun, the chances of plate tectonics coinciding with one of those is very high
high enough to almost give a 50/50 coin toss type of scenario(ignoring your recent post about statistics of coin tosses lol)

what i follow is very simple
1 the fact that plate movement is always an ongoing process so always has energy exerting and thus equally must always have energy coming out
2 the less energy coming out for a longer period means the greater the sudden amount of energy that will come out in one go(just a summised theory)
3 size of quakes and frequency indicating a rough amount of energy coming out over various time periods
4 frequency of past quakes
5 location & types of quakes at varying depths in the assumption that general force comes to the surface eventually
6 lines of force the general line of direction of movement of energy coming out which is just a casual speculation in accordance with plate direction and planet rotation
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M 6.2 - 266km ESE of Ozernovskiy, Russia
IV
DYFI?
IV
ShakeMap
GREEN
PAGER

Time2019-03-28 22:06:49 (UTC)
Location 50.502°N 159.963°E
Depth 9.0 km

M 6.1 - 105km E of Kimbe, Papua New Guinea
V
ShakeMap
GREEN
PAGER

[Image: tsunami.jpg]

Time 2019-03-30 11:20:44 (UTC)
Location 5.674°S 151.091°E
Depth 57.2 km


M 6.2 - 27km N of Santa Elena, Ecuador
IV
DYFI?
VII
ShakeMap
GREEN
PAGER

Time 2019-03-31 07:04:04 (UTC)
Location 1.986°S 80.808°W
Depth 18.5 km
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this is quite interesting
thank fully its lots of smaller ones


if this had been one big one it would have probably been quite nasty

tiny URl of the USGS web site area of a cluster of 4 to 5 size quakes 

soo far 66 in about 48 hours

https://tinyurl.com/yyykcd4u
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