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Subject: Re: Gulf Of California on a seismic Detector
From: ian ian@...........
Date: Wed, 04 Jan 2006 10:19:34 +0000

I saw the mov okay with quicktime.  Food for thought, installing a camera.

Unfortunately I've just realised that my Lehman oscillates when it is 
cold.  The temperature here declined yesterday afternoon and the thing 
started oscillating.  It's -1C at the moment and the graph looks like I 
spilled red ink all over it ( ) .  
You can, though, see the California quake sticking out above it all, 
like the Golden Gate bridge above the fog.  When the quake stops I'll 
turn it into a psn file, which should clean the red ink off of it.

I don't rate my chances very highly of finding out what is causing it to 

Ian Smith

Kevin McCue wrote:

> Geoff
> The movie worked for me. My a2d had trouble with the format but  the 
> flickering red neon was a nice extra touch (bit like my sleeping Mac).
> Good to see you guys get excited about regional earthquakes instead of 
> teles. I run an accelerograph network in and around Canberra, 
> Australia just for the local and regional earthquakes tho it 
> occasionally picks up large deep Fiji events which are good to check 
> the station polarity.
> Thanks for the movie
> Cheers
> Kevin
> On 04/01/2006, at 8:30 PM, Geoff wrote:
>> I do not know if you will be able to download
>> directly from my website but I encourage you
>> to try and tell me if you were successful or not.
> Kevin McCue
> Director
> Australian Seismological Centre
> PO Box 324 Jamison Centre
> ACT 2614
> Australia
> ph: 61 (0)2 6251 1291
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