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    Quote Originally Posted by Sava700 View Post
    I can't help but wonder what you mean by that.

    No, you won't read the other thread?
    No, you don't agree with the USGS?
    I'm sure if you know something they don't they'd be glad to hear it, otherwise you're just tooting your own horn

    The article flat out explains why it seems like there's more earthquake activity even though there isn't.

    What's to about?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Humboldt View Post
    I can't help but wonder what you mean by that.

    No, you won't read the other thread?
    No, you don't agree with the USGS?

    What's to about?
    You believe what you read and hear and I'll believe what I read and here..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sava700 View Post
    You believe what you read and hear and I'll believe what I read and here..
    Have you read the article jbc and I posted?

    Even read it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sava700 View Post
    You believe what you read and hear and I'll believe what I read and here..
    Watch out for Brembo...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sava700 View Post
    http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2010/...nt;cbsCarousel

    5.9 according to new reports.. and to think just in the last year alone I've heard of more large earthquakes than in the last 20years!!! Something is going on... something big!!
    I agree 100% Sava700, and I believe its the gravitational pull of the other 7 planets as they are moving in a direct line for December 21, 2012. I am eeeeeeek scared !!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Humboldt View Post
    Have you read the article jbc and I posted?

    Even read it?
    I've read alot of articles, you believe what you want and I'll believe what I want.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sava700 View Post
    I've read alot of articles, you believe what you want and I'll believe what I want.
    For Christ's sake Sava, it's a yes or no question.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Humboldt View Post
    For Christ's sake Sava, it's a yes or no question.
    I don't wish to answer your question. Sorry. However I do believe that we are having more earthquakes and they are a lead up to something bigger at some point in the earth's future

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sava700 View Post
    I don't wish to answer your question. Sorry.


    If you read the article, you'll see why I'm arguing against you.
    Nothing personal, just that you're wrong and the article points out why.
    It's not my logic, it's the USGS's.

    In my eyes, their opinion holds more value than yours. MUCH more.

    All I can guess is that you won't read the article because you'll see you're wrong and, heaven forbid, that can't happen. You invested too many pages of OMG THE WORLD IS ENDING to admit being mistaken.

    The earth is not flat Sava, regardless of if you read the memo or not.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Humboldt View Post


    If you read the article, you'll see why I'm arguing against you.
    Nothing personal, just that you're wrong and the article points out why.
    It's not my logic, it's the USGS's.

    In my eyes, their opinion holds more value than yours. MUCH more.

    All I can guess is that you won't read the article because you'll see you're wrong and, heaven forbid, that can't happen. You invested too many pages of OMG THE WORLD IS ENDING to admit being mistaken.

    The earth is not flat Sava, regardless of if you read the memo or not.

    Do you believe in God? Did you read it in a article? Are your beliefs strong enough on something such as God that you don't need to read a article or memo? Your saying I can't believe in something just cause I did or didn't read something.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sava700 View Post
    Do you believe in God? Did you read it in a article? Are your beliefs strong enough on something such as God that you don't need to read a article or memo? Your saying I can't believe in something just cause I did or didn't read something.

    Sorry, this isn't about something as abstract as religion or spirituality. Bad comparison.

    You can believe whatever you want
    I'm just pointing out that in this case you're believing in something that's wrong. Maybe there WILL be increased activity in the future, your belief in that may be fully correct.

    Your statement that there is increased activity however, has been disproven, in numbers and graphs.

    What gets me is your refusal to look at an article that states, in simple terms that a third grader could grasp, why you're wrong.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Humboldt View Post
    Your statement that there is increased activity however, has been disproven, in numbers and graphs.

    What gets me is your refusal to look at an article that states, in simple terms that a third grader could grasp, why you're wrong.
    I see numbers pointing a increase and you see those showing a decrease... its all good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sava700 View Post
    I see numbers pointing a increase and you see those showing a decrease... its all good.
    It's not me seeing the numbers that way, it's the USGS.

    News stories about current earthquakes around the world don't prove there's been an increase.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Humboldt View Post
    You're right, the USGS is wrong
    naw I think the USGS does a good thing and posts real and accurate data, but I've gone and looked at the data, and based on the last few years we have seen a upswing in large earthquakes vs other "few years" here and there in a 20year spread. But its all good, I understand how you feel about it not being that big of a deal, we can all contend with it in our own ways

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sava700 View Post
    naw I think the USGS does a good thing and posts real and accurate data, but I've gone and looked at the data, and based on the last few years we have seen a upswing in large earthquakes vs other "few years" here and there in a 20year spread.
    Can you post any links to the data that supports your findings, the way I've posted information that supports my opinion?

    and you already used the response:
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    You know how to use Google as much as I do.... look em up for yourself. I just posted a news article about another one, not in the mood to argue statistics with you.
    so you can't use it again Either the supporting data is there or it's not...news accounts about x numbers of earthquakes don't count (and my article explains why )

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    Quote Originally Posted by Humboldt View Post
    Can you post any links to the data that supports your findings, the way I've posted information that supports my opinion?

    and you already used the response:

    so you can't use it again Either the supporting data is there or it's not...news accounts about x numbers of earthquakes don't count (and my article explains why )
    I just look at the data the USGS site has up, view it during various time frames and gain an opinion. Simple!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sava700 View Post
    I just look at the data the USGS site has up, view it during various time frames and gain an opinion. Simple!
    I value their judgement more than yours.

    Nothing personal, it's an experience thing

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    Quote Originally Posted by Humboldt View Post
    I value their judgement more than yours.

    Nothing personal, it's an experience thing
    I understand, and nothing wrong with that.

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    http://www.cnn.com/2010/WORLD/americ...ex.html?hpt=T2
    Three strong earthquakes strike Chile in quick succession

    Three strong earthquakes rocked Chile on Thursday, causing significant damage in at least one city, the country's newly inaugurated president said Thursday.

    A 6.9-magnitude earthquake hit at 11:39 a.m. local time (9:39 a.m. ET), followed by a 6.7-magnitude quake 16 minutes later, the U.S. Geological Survey reported. A third, measured at magnitude 6.0, came 27 minutes later.

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    Well, wait.....if we have to rely on the short amount of time that earthquakes have been even recorded, that's like less than 1% of the age of the Earth. Truth is, we just don't know if they are increasing or not. The dinosaurs would know but they're gone. (just injecting a little humor) .... I know, I know, very little.

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