Subj: Condon: "Atypical anomaly to be observed carefully"
Date: 2/7/02 6:06:43 AM Pacific Standard Time

Just a heads up: San Andreas concerns are increasing
 On a personal note, Kent -- if you are not taking melatonin, GET SOME NOW. I'm also a smoker and it's a powerful antioxidant. (also helps Alzheimers!!!)  Will send you some research I found shortly. 

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Date: February 07, 2002 at 05:42:06
From: Frank Condon,
Subject: 24 Hour ULF: Alert So CAL

URL: 24 Hour ULF Activity Report

Hello all:
I sent out an email notification to all former subscribers to the old format GSL-Reports. It appears that the lowest frequency ULF 0.001 to 0.01 Hz (deepest?) signals are now becoming constant in amplitude over the past 48 hours. This is atypical and is considered an anomaly to be observed very carefully.
Whatever has caused it is unknown, except to say for now "that it appears to be associated with a crustal stress point between both the Idyllwild/Anza:San Jacinto fault up towards the Mt. San Gorgonio/Banning:San Andreas fault zone".
In light of this, I increased the MDB Critical Phase to "10". The meaning for a "ten" level is "Constant ULF within the lowest frequency range of detection", which is channel 5 (bottom) on the graph. See the complete report for a long list of ULF activity detected in The region over the past 24 to 48 hours.

Frank Condon
GeoSeismic Labs
Date: February 07, 2002 at 06:02:52
From: Frank Condon,
Subject: 24 Hour ULF: Alert So CAL (Correction)

URL: 24 Hour ULF: Report

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