Just ran across this before the most recent drop..
From National Geographic: “Strange waves rippled around the world, and nobody knows why”
Pull Quote: “On the morning of November 11, a mysterious rumble rolled around the world.”
Pull Quote: “Most earthquakes send out waves with a slew of different frequencies, but Mayotte’s signal was a clean zigzag dominated by one type of wave that took a steady 17 seconds to repeat.” ... (The waves) They’re too nice; they’re too perfect to be nature, she jokes, although she quickly adds that an industrial source is impossible, since no wind farms or drilling are taking place in the deep waters off Mayotte’s shores.”
571 posted on 11/29/2018 4:48:06 AM PST by USMC79to83
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Stars & stripes forever replied:
“Strange waves rippled around the world, and nobody knows why.” “Most earthquakes send out waves with a slew of different frequencies, but Mayotte’s signal was a clean zigzag dominated by one type of wave that took a steady 17 seconds to repeat.”
They don’t bother to listen to DUTCHSINSE, earthquake forecaster. He explained the phenomenon on his 10 p.m. updates. It seems that USGA “professionals” are jealous of DUTCH’S knowledge and want to silence him so they can take the credit for his research.
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733 posted on 11/29/2018 8:41:39 AM PST by stars & stripes forever (Blessed is the nation whose God is the Lord. (Psalm 32:12))
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In light of the news today of the Alaska Earthquake, how interesting that you guys were speaking of those odd vibrations early this morning. Your comments were BEFORE the Alaska quake was reported, right?
OK - posting blind and about 500 behind! I’ll drop in from time to time!
Nice rhyme / assonance. 😊
Honestly, I was just going for the laugh and coincidence (are there any coincidences?) of the November 11th date and 17 second wave interval.
dutchsinse is to earthquakes as Joe Bastardi is to weather. Both use analog, seat-of-the-pants models that run rings around the digital simulators.