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Saturday, January 15, 2011

"Did You Feel It?" With Love From the USGS, 2010

Well, California didn't fall off in to the sea last year because of the big'un. I'm sort of sad. This means that we will have to deal with our budget nightmares. Eureka had a large earthquake, but otherwise the coast was clear as they say.

The rest of the world did have more than average amount of really big earthquakes.

According to this Yahoo article (http://news.yahoo.com/s/ac/20110112/tr_ac/7595914_2010_earthqukes_busy_year_included_devastating_haiti_quake)

The largest earthquake that the entire U.S. had was a 6.6 up in Alaska.

Last year the Globe did have a larger than average amount of earthquakes. There were 22 which registered 7.0 or higher on the Richter Scale. The average is to have 18 earthquakes per year registering 7.0 or higher. It may also have seemed like a much higher number because 2005 and 2006 brought a much lower amount of huge earthquakes. There were 11 earthquakes 7.0 or higher.

Astrowise, does this mean that: a big outer planet opposition (SAturn and Neptune) in Fixed Signs isn't an earthquakey thing (2006), but an outer planet t-square between Saturn-Uranus and Pluto is (2010). Uranus and Pluto will be squaring each other off and on for a few more years. And Jupiter-Uranus will hit Aries in March. Yee haw! And we still have to get past Monday.

Pakistan and Australia did have major floods. Indonesia and Iceland did have volcanic eruptions. And what else? Oh yeah, Arkansas has been having lots of little earthquakes, but that's happening either because of fracking or because the U.S. is detonating its Agent Orange. Who knows? The Military and Corporations in the United States are far more mysterious and dangerous than anything that Mother Nature can drum up.



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