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4.1 EARTHQUAKE DEVORE

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Craig (KJ6BCM)
Sat Apr 28 2012, 08:38AM Email Thread Print View

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Figure I would take some of my chatbox coverage and put it here..

GOOGLE MAP OF THE EPICENTER: [Click Here]

8:08AM
REPORT FROM COMMCENTER RIGHT AFTER THE QUAKE:
4.1 EARTHQUAKE 2MI NORTH OF DEVORE FELT FROM RIALTO HERE AT COMMMCENTER TO PHELAN VICTORVILLE HESPERIA

8:30AM
ANOTHER REPORT FROM COMMCENTER:
UPDATE DEVORE EARTHQUAKE NO REPORT OF DAMAGE

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Craig (KJ6BCM)
Sat Apr 28 2012, 08:44AM

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REPORTS FROM USGS SEEM TO INDICATE THAT FONTANA FELT IT THE STRONGEST.

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Craig (KJ6BCM)
Sat Apr 28 2012, 09:16AM

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FROM THE USGS WEBSITE:

Q: What is the probability that an earthquake is a foreshock to a larger earthquake?

A: Worldwide the probability that an earthquake will be followed within 3 days by a large earthquake nearby is somewhere just over 6%. In California, that probability is about 6%. This means that there is about a 94% chance that any earthquake will NOT be a foreshock. In California, about half of the biggest earthquakes were preceded by foreshocks; the other half were not. At this time, we cannot tell whether or not an earthquake is a foreshock until something larger happens after it... so only in retrospect.


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Craig (KJ6BCM)
Sat Apr 28 2012, 09:41AM

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Shakemap movie from USGS:
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Benny (N6BWX)
Oct 02 : 12:15am
Thanks guys and gals. It was just a glitch with my new host/server as things are still propagating, looks like bensweather.com is back up. And happy to announce I will have another new big bear weather cam up in the coming weeks!

Sun Diego
Oct 01 : 11:44pm
Thanks Ben, you are awesome. The bigbearweather.com worked for me.

I use Chrome almost all of the time. It almost always works in San Diego for me.

RetiredRedHat
Oct 01 : 11:39pm
Thanx for your continued work on the site, Ben.

Benny (N6BWX)
Oct 01 : 11:28pm
Somethings goofy, go to bigbearweather.com [Click Here]

echofox
Oct 01 : 09:28pm
What happened to bensweather.com?

Benny (N6BWX)
Oct 01 : 08:31pm
I know how it can be, deal with this sort of thing every day. A lot of people are so used to IE such as myself, but I might suggest downloading and installing chrome, give it a try and see if it will work as your one stop shop. Seems the most reliable.

Jellylorum
Oct 01 : 04:16pm
It's been a bit frustrating, as I had to keep switching back and forth from one browser to another. I was updating a web site, and neither browser was fully functional.

Firefox usually works best, but hogs my CPU and RAM. A couple restarts, and it seems better now.

Jellylorum
Oct 01 : 04:11pm
That's my thought. I'm thinking the recent Flash and/or Firefox updates are the issue.

There was an issue a couple months ago with the DNS for Charter and certain web sites. It kept issuing errors. If I switched to a different internet provider, I had no problems. Experiment, switch programs, etc. Eventually everything starts working.

Benny (N6BWX)
Oct 01 : 02:08pm
That's a browser issue Jelly.

Scanner/Weather is back up, charter issue resolved.

Jellylorum
Oct 01 : 02:06pm
I don't know if Charter has anything to do with this, but YouTube is not currently working with Firefox on my computer.

YouTube works fine with Chrome, however.

Rain
Oct 01 : 12:48pm
ok this one is up [Click Here] you all may want to use this until the charter is back up if you like

Rain
Oct 01 : 12:44pm
interesting radio reference scanners are down too for san bernardino ,

heyjude
Oct 01 : 11:27am
'sokay!

***SCM ALERT***
Oct 01 : 11:23am
Scanner and Dispatches are down due to a Charter problem... Sowwy

heyjude
Oct 01 : 10:20am
Scanner seems to be disconnected and will not reconnect.


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