A viewer reported a 4.0 magnitude earthquake struck in New South Wales, Australia which supposedly struck about 35 minutes AFTER the large Japan earthquake yesterday.
Many thanks to Mas Rock for sharing this news.
Facebook reader Mas rock said:
Another rare Australian earthquake in Australia, not being reported and apparently not yet finalised?
#Earthquake #Australia #NSW #Ganmain, #Riverina, New South Wales. Magnitude: 4.0 (ML) Depth: 10 km Tsunamigenic: Not available
Date and Time UTC: 30 May 2015 @ 11:58:56
Sydney Time: 30 May 2015 @ 21:58:56 (AEST)
Location Coordinates: -34.651, 146.841 Solution status
Last updated: 30 May 2015 @ 22:09:46 (AEST) Solution finalised: No Source: Not available
THIS INFORMATION HAS NOT YET BEEN FINALISED
It is estimated that this earthquake:
Could have been felt by people up to 62km away
Date and time uncertainty: 30 May 2015 @ 11:58:56 (+/- 3.6 seconds) (UTC)
Magnitude Location (uncertainty)
Mwp: Not available Latitude: -34.651 (+/- 20.4215km)
Mb: Not available Longitude: 146.841 (+/- 1.4213km)
Ms: (Not available) Depth: 10 km (+/- 22.7617km)
Md: Not available
ML: 4.02 (Preferred)
Quality indicators Solution status
Number of stations used: 4 (of 5 possible) Last updated: 30 May 2015 @ 10:09:46 (AEST)
Number of phase used: 4 (of 5 possible) Finalised: No
Gap angles: 122° Source: Not available
RMS residual: 2.52 seconds
Issued by © Commonwealth of Australia (Geoscience Australia) 2015
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I checked the feeds, and I saw nothing, however the viewer provided ALL the data for the event, thus I knew they weren’t fabricating the report, and I had something to go on in my backend internet search.
Lo, and behold, a 4.0M earthquake did strike New South Wales, Australia — but the event was DELETED, and then referred to the USGS for follow up.
Now the earthquake information is blank, and completely removed from the internet. Thank goodness for cache search!
How many wipe offs in a two day time is this?
First, a 6.8M earthquake struck off the shores of Alaska, which was followed about an hour later by a 5.1M earthquake in North California which was wiped off the feeds.
In total, in 24 hours time, FOUR noteworthy California earthquakes were wiped off the feeds. All claimed to be “mistakes”. No news reports on the 4.7M other than a single RSS list still showing it.
In addition to the California wiping, we’ve now come to find out they also wiped off this Australia M4.0 earthquake.
I’m willing to bet the “delete” button on their manila cream colored keyboard is dark black from grime after being pressed so much lately.