Is the sky falling? Space weather (13 June, 2014)

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Re: Is the sky falling? Space weather (13 June, 2014)

Postby aardvark_admin » Tue Jun 24, 2014 10:59 am

Anaru wrote:On a side note, this event plus a full moon plus already twitchy plates around the world, I'd say a major earthquake is going to make the news in the next 72 hours.

Close... but no cupee doll :-)
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Re: Is the sky falling? Space weather (13 June, 2014)

Postby Anaru » Tue Jun 24, 2014 11:56 am

Doh!

Interesting that it was off the back of the Kermadec's quake earlier this morning. Even more interesting to read that it was near the test site of the largest nuclear explosion. You'd have to wonder what the powers that be were thinking way back when - "Hey, lets conduct the largest nuclear explosion near a fault line!".
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Re: Is the sky falling? Space weather (13 June, 2014)

Postby Screw » Tue Jun 24, 2014 12:20 pm

Anaru wrote:Doh!

Interesting that it was off the back of the Kermadec's quake earlier this morning. Even more interesting to read that it was near the test site of the largest nuclear explosion. You'd have to wonder what the powers that be were thinking way back when - "Hey, lets conduct the largest nuclear explosion near a fault line!".


Soundz about right! They're Yanx after all.
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