It is extremely unlikely that Sydney will ever have an Earthquake of magnitude 9.5 EVER.
Also, I live in campbelltown, so as long as it happens whilst I'm not at uni I'll be fine.
Not sure about everyone else/infrastructure but meh.
Apparently it's going to hit 100km inland? Fuck, western sydney isn't far in land enough.
That video posted before.
Earthquakes can occur at ANY place around the world, some places like California and Japan just have a higher frequency. Also there seems to be a tectonic plate boundary in the Tasman Sea so a tsunami is possible imo.
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Google HAARP, peepz.
The wave would have to be on the order of kilometers to reach that far inland.
Yeah, I don't even know anymore.
Atmosphere-Ionosphere Response to the M9 Tohoku Earthquake Revealed by Joined Satellite and Ground Observations. Preliminary results
Dimitar Ouzounov, Sergey Pulinets, Alexey Romanov, Alexander Romanov, Konstantin Tsybulya, Dimitri Davidenko, Menas Kafatos, Patrick Taylor
(Submitted on 13 May 2011)
The recent M9 Tohoku Japan earthquake of March 11, 2011 was the largest recorded earthquake ever to hit this nation. We retrospectively analyzed the temporal and spatial variations of four different physical parameters - outgoing long wave radiation (OLR), GPS/TEC, Low-Earth orbit tomography and critical frequency foF2. These changes characterize the state of the atmosphere and ionosphere several days before the onset of this earthquake. Our first results show that on March 8th a rapid increase of emitted infrared radiation was observed from the satellite data and an anomaly developed near the epicenter. The GPS/TEC data indicate an increase and variation in electron density reaching a maximum value on March 8. Starting on this day in the lower ionospheric there was also confirmed an abnormal TEC variation over the epicenter. From March 3-11 a large increase in electron concentration was recorded at all four Japanese ground based ionosondes, which return to normal after the main earthquake. We found a positive correlation between the atmospheric and ionospheric anomalies and the Tohoku earthquake. This study may lead to a better understanding of the response of the atmosphere /ionosphere to the Great Tohoku earthquake
Magnitude 6.4 and 6.3 earthquakes strike Iran, not far from the suspected location of one of their nuclear fuel enrichment plants. Coincidence?
So is it happening or....
Guys it's not happening in Sydney yet apparently. They're saying only in Cali. So if it happens in Cali we will know that it's real.
What is this rubbish?
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Thesis: 'Consumers & Retail Energy Suppliers - A study of demand sensitivity in NSW energy markets'
Not every place in this world is safe, there are so much cost cities which are facing this future threat.
Are we dead yet?
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