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Earthquake data

I can't catch the schroll on your talk page, it's too big for my sensitive mouse. This one is a serious post. The earthquake swarm up in the Santa Cruz zone seems to be a precursor of bigger quakes, at least according to the earthquake expert at ATS who predicted the events days ago. Here's a thread (logging in there would enable you to see it better) of the swarm as it hit about eight hours ago, and the extent of the shocks - what he and others are saying may be foreshocks to a 9 event, and that a large portion if not the entire fault may be breaking up. It doesn't seem to put your area in trouble, but maybe Northern Australia and even NZ. You may want to check this out yourself, this guy is a serious expert on quakes. The events last night start about halfway down the first page, but up to there may be worth reading just to see how close this fellow was to calling this quake. Al 11:56 6-2-'13

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