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The Government Earthquake Site Only Shows 1/4 of the Earthquakes occurring. See for yourself: compare the graphs.

 
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The Government Earthquake Site Only Shows 1/4 of the Earthquakes occurring. See for yourself: compare the graphs.
Compare the number of quakes along the South American coast shown here:

[link to earthquake.usgs.gov]


With the number of quakes shown on this site:

[link to www.emsc-csem.org]



The emsc site is more difficult to use and I had difficulty even finding their map - but they are listing four times as many quakes over 2.5 as the usgs site.

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Re: The Government Earthquake Site Only Shows 1/4 of the Earthquakes occurring. See for yourself: compare the graphs.
Are they hiding patterns? Or simply making it look like there are not that many quakes?
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Re: The Government Earthquake Site Only Shows 1/4 of the Earthquakes occurring. See for yourself: compare the graphs.
I count over 20 quakes on the coast of Mexico and SA in the last 24 hours that are 3.0 or higher. - on the emsc site.


On the usgs site, I count 3. So I guess they're actually reporting more like 1/7th of the quakes occurring.
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Re: The Government Earthquake Site Only Shows 1/4 of the Earthquakes occurring. See for yourself: compare the graphs.
Nobody else finds this odd?





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