La Palma earthquakes last 48 hours in grid pattern- WTH?

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  • Sun, Oct 24, 2021 - 11:34pm

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    La Palma earthquakes last 48 hours in grid pattern- WTH?

Saw this on a video: La Palma earthquakes have a perfect, equal distance vertically and horizontal grid pattern.  Went to the emsc site, queried 48hrs, zoomed in one the map, and a perfect grid appeared.  It showed some areas with multiple events. Wouldn’t have believed it if hadn’t seen it.

So is someone HAARPing the island to induce a potential tsunami on USA East Coast? When you go to the link click over the NW Africa region to the island and keep enlarging.  ( Couldn’t get the image to transfer.)

https://www.emsc-csem.org/Earthquake/Map/gmap.php

  • Sun, Oct 24, 2021 - 11:49pm

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    La Palma earthquakes last 48 hours in grid pattern- WTH?

I have been interested in geology for awhile now. Just found that pattern myself.

Looks very UNNATURAL??

 

  • Mon, Oct 25, 2021 - 01:03am

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    La Palma earthquakes last 48 hours in grid pattern- WTH?

It might be a result of the way it is measured. So if the measuring stations are laid out in a grid then a series of quakes would each be assigned to one of the stations?

  • Mon, Oct 25, 2021 - 02:25am   (Reply to #3)

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    La Palma earthquakes last 48 hours in grid pattern- WTH?

Possibly the way it is measured. Also possibly they way the data is displayed. Data from fairly randomly located stations can be made into a heat map and then that later “pixilated” into even sections and projected.

I would not get too worried until it spells “take me to your leader”.

  • Mon, Oct 25, 2021 - 04:53am

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    La Palma earthquakes last 48 hours in grid pattern- WTH?

Friederichs_teeth is right, check out some other hotspots like Hawai, or Crete (Greece), you will find the similar grid like patterns.

But you are onto something new imo. As we can trust our governemnt to lie about everything, just monitor these quakes in California on a quarterly basis, as soon as a grid like pattern emerges, it means that more monitoring stations are placed, and the experts are worried. And, as soon as the government tells us there is nothing to worry about, then we know that the people in and around Califoria are possibly in deep $h*t.

  • Mon, Oct 25, 2021 - 05:18am   (Reply to #3)

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    La Palma earthquakes last 48 hours in grid pattern- WTH?

I would not get too worried until it spells “take me to your leader”.

Thanks for the laugh!

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    La Palma earthquakes last 48 hours in grid pattern- WTH?

This was discussed in the comments thread on the Suspicious Observers October 23 News (YouTube).  Ben’s comment was that they grid their results. It’s a data/mapping issue.

Link to the news here-





  • Mon, Oct 25, 2021 - 08:46am

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    La Palma earthquakes last 48 hours in grid pattern- WTH?

I also would lean toward the explanation of it being an artifact of how the coordinates get mapped onto the globe from the database. I think there’s some rounding going on. This means that any large area with diffuse seismic activity would show that pattern. Look at Crete to see sort of the same spacing between points in the lat and long. The reason it’s not in a grid there is probably because there just hasn’t been as much activity.

  • Mon, Oct 25, 2021 - 12:29pm

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    La Palma earthquakes last 48 hours in grid pattern- WTH?

Honestly, there has been a lot of speculation about the earthquakes being manmade. We do not know what technology there is sometimes and it could be top secret. However, there is one streamer/Youtube platform I follow for all my earthquake news and that is Dutchsinse Official.

The USGS and every other government agency does not like him for forecasting earthquakes. His method works and there has only been a few times that I have seen the forecast not happen. At that point though Dutch steps back and tries to figure out why he missed it.

Be warned though sometimes he does jump into the conspiracies. That includes HARPP and other things about government hiding earthquakes from the public. If you are interested in the channel can hop on over to his Twitch channel or Youtube channel at Dutchsinse Official.

 

  • Mon, Oct 25, 2021 - 01:34pm

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    La Palma earthquake locations are rounded to 2 decimal places

The latitude and longitudes of the La Palma earthquakes are rounded to two decimal places.  This will automatically create a grid like pattern when displayed on a map.

Below are screen captures of two earthquakes.  They both have the same longitude, i.e. 17.84 W, so get displayed on the same vertical “line”.  They have different latitudes, so they get displayed on two different horizontal “lines”.

A close up:

A close up:

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