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THE SUN AND M8+ EARTHQUAKES: THE SPF TRIGGER

I know we are not a scientific group but perhaps some of you know of scientific institutions where this may be sent – better yet, if any of you are in contact with scientists or science professors, would you share this video with them please? 483 more words

Earth Changes

The Earthquake That Will Devastate Seattle - The New Yorker

It was March. There was a chill in the air, and snow flurries, but no snow on the ground. Nor, from the feel of it, was there ground on the ground.

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Science

Weekend Reading

1. Given Kathryn Schulz’s prodigious talent, the New Yorker’s future is bright. As frightening and superbly written as anything I’ve read in a long time. … 164 more words

Sports

The Cascadia Earthquake

A thought-provoking, and frightening, piece by Kathryn Schulz in The New Yorker on the very big earthquake that is likely to strike the Pacific Northwest sometime in the future: 352 more words

Longreads

Forum with the DOST

It was a great honor for the Student Leaders of SPED when Mr. Eric Colmenares from the Department of Science and Technology (DOST) Regional Office accepted the invitation of the School Police Unit’s Cyber Surveillance and Monitoring Team (CyTe) to be the resource person for the First Student Forum on Basic Meteorology and Seismology last July 13, 2015 in the RRMCSPED Center E-Classroom. 173 more words

IEEE Std 693-2005, Recommended Practice for Seismic Design of Substations

I am currently researching IEEE Std 693…

One of its recommended shaker test methods for power equipment is to use a “sine beat” acceleration time history. 184 more words

Earthquake Engineering

Day 06 | A Peculiar Earthquake?

We visited the Seismology Group at Nepal’s Department of Geology and had the opportunity to discuss the events with local seismologists. They were, like we were, excited about the very peculiar effect that these earthquakes have had. 185 more words