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Subject: Re: Fwd: RE: Re: USGS seems to be one hour off
From: George Bush ke6pxp@.......
Date: Thu, 01 Nov 2007 09:51:25 -0700

I agree, there is no error on the web site. Also I know about the PDT time
problem, but this is a USGS file and it reports time in UT and it was wrong
when downloaded into Winquake????

At 08:39 AM 11/1/2007 -0700, you wrote:
>Here's the word that I received from Menlo Park on the timing error.
>There seems to be no error at all on the web site.
>If the events from this page:
>which shows the time in PDT is imported into WinQuake and converted
>by WinQuake into UT, then the conversion could be in error if the
>computer has already switched from PDT to PST.  I'm running some
>computers with Win98SE and have yet to figure out how to change the
>switch over time from PDT to PST.
>>Hi John,
>>I don't understand the problem. The link he references
>>shows time in PDT, which is correct.  The page
>>shows both UTC and PDT, which are both correct.
>>-----Original Message-----
>>From: John Lahr [mailto:johnjan@.........
>>Sent: Wednesday, October 31, 2007 3:09 PM
>>To: David O
>>Subject: Fwd: Re: USGS seems to be one hour off
>> >X-Original-To: jclahr
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>> >From: "Jerry Payton" 
>> >To: 
>> >Subject: Re: USGS seems to be one hour off
>> >Date: Wed, 31 Oct 2007 13:26:49 -0500
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>> >I've heard some people saying that their electronic devices (DVD
>> >player, VCR's & Etc.)have already done the "Fall Back" thing which
>> >is later this year than previously.  Could that be you problem?
>> >
>> >regards,
>> >Jerry
>> >
>> >
>> >----- Original Message -----
>> >From: George Bush
>> >To: psn-l@..............
>> >Sent: Wednesday, October 31, 2007 1:16 PM
>> >Subject: USGS seems to be one hour off
>> >
>> >In processing the 5.6 Ml quake from Alum Rock yesterday I noticed while
>> >working in Winquake that the quake information download from USGS was one
>> >hour off. I had to go to the heading info and change the time from 04
UT to
>> >03 UT??? This is the information from
>> >http://quak 
>> >(N. Cal Events) that
>> >Winquake uses. The main USGS web site has the correct time as does the
>> >automatic email notices they send me of new quakes.
>> >
>> >Could USGS REALLY be off one hour in the UT time listed? Or am I just
>> >something wrong???
>> >George
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