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Subject: Re: Mystery event
From: "Geoff" gmvoeth@...........
Date: Tue, 18 Sep 2007 07:32:18 -0700

I happen to be aware of the fact that the USGS records
practically everything that causes the earth
to move but only reports a fraction of the signals.
I think you would have to be military intelligence people to
see and understand most everything.
The military keeps a data base for just about everything
that can be sensed and tries to id as much
as it can then speculates or makes educated guesses
from various scientists to guess the unknowns.
These data bases are typically secret and they will not
normally share their knowledge and understanding
with the public. In my opinion the US Gov is playing
GOD with its people using the vast data base it possesses.
The most frightening thing government collects is data
on human activities and they can arrange to get peoples
together at the darndest times. Sort of like a GOD or Devil
or Witch whatever you want to call it.
Someone knows what your signal is and you should be
satisfied with that knowledge.
They are very touchy about their intellegence data bases.

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Jerry Payton" 
Sent: Tuesday, September 18, 2007 6:30 AM
Subject: Re: Mystery event

>I would not suspect that the event was moving, but could be.  A close study 
> of the times of the displays on:
> looks like to me that the earliest displays were somewhere toward the SW. 
> Stations showing later times were toward the East, Northeast and Northwest 
> and eventually none at all.  I'm sure if we had the raw data from these 
> various stations, a triangulation could be made to locate the approximate 
> focus. (It would be a very interesting experiment and test for us 
> pseudo-seismologists.)  Depth and nature is another story.
> With all the news sources focused on Mr. O.J., no telling what might have 
> gone unreported.  It is really a mystery, so to speak.  A seismic "bump" 
> from a mine in Utah and recorded in Houston, TX was amazing to me.
> Jerry Payton
> ----- Original Message ----- 
> From: Stephen & Kathy
> To: psn-l@..............
> Sent: Tuesday, September 18, 2007 2:52 AM
> Subject: Re: Mystery event
> What about a sonic boom from a meteor??  Say from somewhere around south 
> Baja passing over Texas up through Ohio and maybe on through and back out 
> into space???   What else would create  approx. the same size trace from 
> Texas to Ohio with early times in Arizona, (about 08:06 UTC) later times in 
> Texas, then Ohio and finally Maine, (about 08:23 UTC)???   And be small in 
> magnitude, but recorded in most of the USA and into Central America???  Just 
> a wild guess???
>  Stephen
> Jerry Payton wrote:
>  Most all these helicorders record a short event (explosion??) in that time 
> frame.
>  Jerry Payton 

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