Earthquake log: long bumps mid of N-W towards mid of S-E
APRIL 10, 2010
Seismic activity detected at 13:40 Hrs IST (8:10 Hrs GMT)
time in image is by mistake written as 21:10 GMT the actual time was 13:40 IST +5:30 GMT.
Yeah! calculation becomes difficult while analyzing seismic tremor and writing tweets at the same time.
Duration : 30 to 40 seconds
Nature : long wave bumps (9-10 bumps)
Direction : middle of North-West towards middle of South-East
Indonesia, Mexico and Andaman Nicobar should be on Alert for 12-16 hours.
At 8:54 Hrs IST (+5:30 GMT) medium wave seismic pulse traveled under my feet. The direction of this seismic pulse was from middle of North-West towards middle of East-South.
Duration : 20 – 30 seconds
intesity : weak
nature : medium wave
Quake_log_11_April_2009: Rapid pulse West to East at 15:08 hours IST
This is different in relation with Italy quake because it this tremor pulse was rapid and it was bounding towards East. This tremor started at 15:08 hrs IST and lasted at 15:10 hrs.
Analysis or prediction can be made as it can certainly result in some bigger earthquake in same area of Italy or taking into consideration the rapidness and duration of near about 2 minutes, an earthquake may be knocking in near vicinity to my place. Rajasthan can be assumed waiting for another jolt of Earthquake withing 24 hours.
Quake_Log_March_10th_2009 : At 17:07 Hours IST (+5:30 GMT) I experienced rapid tremor pulses having direction West to East and lasted for 1 and half mins. A definite signal of an impending quake in near vicinity, May be Iran > Afghanistan > Pakistan (Karachi) > Rajasthan (India) Or it will be bigger in Australia now.
Update Second occurrence : weaker tremors at 17:21 Hrs
Quake Log : This one is a curling quake.
Today at 02:16 pm IST (+5.30 GMT) I experienced a low quake tremor wave and second one at 03:48 pm IST (Indian Standard Time). My first attention was to analyse its direction that is what I do with every tremor. The direction that I analyzed was of Continue reading “Quake Log : This one is a curling quake.”