Earth’s Mysterious Hum

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All quiet on the Weston front… Well, sort of…

This is a VERY quiet day “quake-wise” in the Earth beneath Weston Observatory, but even when there are no quakes, the Earth has a constant background “hum”, the so-called “microseismic” activity.

The first picture shown here is Sunday’s Weston Observatory seismogram that we set at a typical level of magnification. In the second picture, we magnified the waves by a factor of 10 greater than in the first, so there you can watch the Earth “hum…

See: Earth’s Mysterious Hum Explained –
http://www.livescience.com/50473-earth-mysterious-hum-explained.html

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