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Subject: Re: unusual frequency
From: Bob Hancock carpediem1@.........
Date: Sat, 1 Nov 2008 20:16:55 -0700

This event appears to be consistent with other low magnitude events  
that  have occurred to the Southwest of Tucson, AZ.  I have seen other  
events that are similar, and no information was ever posted on them.   
I noticed the event was visible across the lower 48 states, and  
southern Alaska.  It is most likely less than M 4.0 as that is the  
USGS minimum cutoff for display of information on international events.

Bob Hancock

On Nov 1, 2008, at 2:53 PM, Geoff wrote:

> Hello Mr. Thomas Dick;
> My Sensor located very close to 33.42138N  -111.57477W about  
> 507Meters above mean sea level.
> I saw that TUC near Tucson also saw this signal about 1336 to 1338  
> on 31OCT2008 UTC.
> I have not analyzed it to get an accurate and precise time simply  
> because I can not
> tell for sure it is in fact an Earthquake. If no one else is  
> reporting it I do not trust
> what I am looking at. In order for me to properly read a signal it  
> takes extra effort
> which translates to opportunity costs ( such as Battlefield 2142  
> time ) so I will not
> pursue more knowledge in detail if I can not verify the source  
> beforehand.
> The distance seems 600 miles to 700 miles from here maybe magnitude 4
> but nothing seems to match that as of my last look.
> Regards;
> geoff
> -

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