RE: [wuhu_software_group] Re: Scientists seek volunteers to monitor for quakes
I used to live in So California and experience a lot of quakes. But the biggest one I was ever in was Manila in 1990 which was about an 8.0. I was in a building on the 9th floor and the whole building rolled back and forth, the hotel swimming pool water had waves the flowed over the sides of the pool.
Now I am in Orlando and if we get a quake here the whole area will turn into soup.
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Subject: [wuhu_software_group] Re: Scientists seek volunteers to monitor for quakes
Neat concept, we have all of this computer power out here running why
not get more value from it:-) This reminds me of the SETI@home project
where you use your running computer to process signals from a radio
telescope then send the data back for analysis. Can I suggest that on
long posts such as these we "snip" out the bulk of the original post
as I've done below?
--- In wuhu_software_ group@yahoogroup s.com, D Doty <oldcessna21@ ...>
>locations.( Philippi nes ) We get lots of minor quakes also.
> Looks good to me if they are interested in off-shore