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Topic 35 of 92: Gaia Magnetosphere

Mon, May 8, 2000 (20:18) | Mike Kana (aa9il)
4 new of 585 responses total.

 Topic 35 of 92 [Geo]: Gaia Magnetosphere
 Response 581 of 585: Marcia  (MarciaH) * Thu, Jul 22, 2004 (22:44) * 2 lines 
 
Earthquake!!! I wonder if the New Madrid fault is stirring again...?! That also means where I am is also supject to possible earth movement. I though it was bad enough to catch every strong storm of the century the past two months...



 Topic 35 of 92 [Geo]: Gaia Magnetosphere
 Response 582 of 585: Marcia  (MarciaH) * Thu, Jul 22, 2004 (22:45) * 1 lines 
 
...and, of course you slept through the earthquake. Everybody does who wants to feel one. *sigh*


 Topic 35 of 92 [Geo]: Gaia Magnetosphere
 Response 583 of 585: Mike Kana  (aa9il) * Thu, Jul 29, 2004 (16:11) * 16 lines 
 
Hi Marci and Geoites

I did some research and this was not the New Madrid fault - one theory
was that this quake came from an ancient fault in the N. IL area and
could have been related to pressure due to glacial activity from the
ice age. Yea, I know, this would have been cool to experience in an
awake state but ZZZzzzz.....
I have been thinking about building a simple sensor in a 5 gallon
bucket - pretty straight forward - massive coil of wire with a
spring suppported magnet in the middle - feed to a high gain amp
or analogue to digital converter on the PC.
Been busy with the RF end of the spectrum but this is in queue as
a project which means I might get to it by the end of 2005....

73 de Mike
r-c-i


 Topic 35 of 92 [Geo]: Gaia Magnetosphere
 Response 584 of 585: Marcia  (MarciaH) * Tue, Aug 10, 2004 (11:02) * 1 lines 
 
I ran your plan past my-son-the-geologist and he says he found instructions on the internet for such a detector. He is seriously thinking of building one, too. He also says to be of good cheer. There will be more earthquakes!!! (Is that good news or bad?!)


 Topic 35 of 92 [Geo]: Gaia Magnetosphere
 Response 585 of 585: Marcia  (MarciaH) * Thu, Oct 14, 2004 (00:19) * 9 lines 
 
Total lunar eclipse

On Wednesday night, Oct. 27th, North Americans can see a total eclipse of
the moon.

FULL STORY at

http://science.nasa.gov/headlines/y2004/13oct_lunareclipse.htm?list89800


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