Spain quivers

Posted: May 12, 2011 by tchannon in Earthquakes

There have been two magnitude 5.1 earthquakes in the Mediterranean region during the past week.

CSEM web map of Med region

European-Mediterranean Seismological Centre 

USGS

The multiple quakes in the Spanish area are unusual, Greece etc. is normally highly seismic.

Initial news reports talk of deaths.

UK Daily Telegraph and has worldwide coverage Japan

Comments
  1. Michele says:

    I think …think..?!??! to solve puzzles …

    IMF-magnetosphere connection (weak) – Ionosphere – lithosphere….

    This week

    http://www.srl.caltech.edu/ACE/ASC/browse/view_browse_data.html

    …..0 nanoTesla —–> jump

  2. Michele says:

    And eruption Etna (Italy)…

    http://bigthink.com/ideas/38378

    Down —> 0 nanoTesla —-> Up eliosphere…

    and


    alignment 10-5-11

    The energy in the solar system moves like a conductor!
    linear lightning .. ..

  3. tallbloke says:

    Great visualization Michele!

  4. Tim Channon says:

    “The energy in the solar system moves like a conductor!
    linear lightning .. ..”

    “Great visualization Michele!”

    Ahem, you mean striking.

  5. tallbloke says:

    Quite so Tim 🙂