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    Magnitude M 6.2Region STRAIT OF GIBRALTARDate time 2016-01-25 04:22:05.1 UTCLocation 35.64 N ; 3.91 WDepth 60 km



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    Default Re: M 6.2 strait of gibraltar

    we never see activity like this here, did someone bump the table again like the last one that disappeared?

    it looks like a pretty big swarm

    http://www.emsc-csem.org/Earthquake/...?id=484213#map



    It was felt in Spain and Morocco, this wont be disappearing.

    It followed right behing the energy hitting us from the last sunflare...

    we have a huge filament passing earth facing right now...
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    Quote Posted by Rocky_Shorz (here)

    It was felt in Spain and Morocco, this wont be disappearing.

    It followed right behing the energy hitting us from the last sunflare...

    we have a huge filament passing earth facing right now...
    Could the recent planet alignments,
    also have played a part in this earthquake?
    Last edited by Stephanie; 25th January 2016 at 15:02.

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    Default Re: M 6.2 strait of gibraltar

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    Quote Posted by Rocky_Shorz (here)

    It was felt in Spain and Morocco, this wont be disappearing.

    It followed right behing the energy hitting us from the last sunflare...

    we have a huge filament passing earth facing right now...
    Could the recent planet alignments,
    also have played a part in this earthquake?
    I believe so. When the planets align, solar activity increases. More flares, coronal holes and filament eruptions.... More quakes.
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    From suspicious observers. I am excited about attending the conference.

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    Default Re: M 6.2 strait of gibraltar

    Not usual in that area. Maybe it has something more to do with the way the storm is being 'pushed' accross the atlantic, in combination with flares....never let a good opportunity go to waste.
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    Quote Posted by Fairy Friend (here)
    I believe so. When the planets align, solar activity increases. More flares, coronal holes and filament eruptions.... More quakes.
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    Default Re: M 6.2 strait of gibraltar

    Quote Posted by Sstarss (here)
    Quote Posted by Rocky_Shorz (here)

    It was felt in Spain and Morocco, this wont be disappearing.

    It followed right behing the energy hitting us from the last sunflare...

    we have a huge filament passing earth facing right now...
    Could the recent planet alignments,
    also have played a part in this earthquake?
    In my signature line click Charts and see the real-time,sunflare energy clip which will disappear soon.

    All 3 large quakes came as the energy was passing, seeing the location of other planets, which do you think had more impact?

    I agree with dutchsince, the full moon not only draws ocean tides but most likely has a strong magnetic pull and bounces back energy in sunlight, combined it must affect us.

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