28th April 2010. 12:18

Last one of thr33 …

We've had a run of substantially similar phases:
Apr 14 12:29 Apr 21 18:20 Apr 28 12:18

Now we have a datum to go by for anomalies in them:

The weather forecasts on the TV this morning are predicting some misty weather ansd later in the week some rain.

The last time the spell(s) hit normality, there was a fairly large earthquake, an attempted tropical storm and some pretty nasty tornadic stuff in the USA.

There is thus more due.

Points to look for besides minor/temporary changes in your weather locally are a gap of about 12 hours in the times between significant earthquakes world wide and of course the changes expected in Low systems in the North Atlantic chart.

If the MetO is on the ball and the weather goes to what it should be -as it did a few days back, then the culprit is storms, the quake will be a result of the divergence, I presume.


19 thoughts on “28th April 2010. 12:18

  1. Re Tornadoes.There are always going to be reports of them from now on till high summer and then a few more till the season peters out.This is the link to watch out for them on:http://www.spc.noaa.gov/products/wwa/Better take advantage of the breathing spell that that chart shows. It won't last. Good luck all.

  2. Oh; hang on. This is a new spell and things are going on as they aught to. I take it nothing untoward is happening over in Iceland. There's little chance of finding out until next week.which reminds me, I owe a previous blog a comment from the Smithsonian archive.Anyway, no tropical storms reported nor expected by the look of things.

  3. According to the Met Office we had an exceptionally warm day today. I woke up to a damp overcast with wet pavement. Not all that warm and not sultry either.No major quakes and nothing more than a 7 hour lapse in the list. No tornadoes and… ah, forgot to look for tropical storms…Back soon.

  4. There is no way tat anyone in their right minds would mistake this spell for either of its predecessors.OTOH there are no massive queues waiting for planes to fall out of the skies for them. And there are no massive oil well explosions. There have been no lapses in seismic activity either; ditto so far for storms.In short were the snail on the thorn and god in his heaven…Wait they are, he is…Unless you live in Louisiana.Bathed in oil, we see what happens when investment bankers work hand in hand with big oil.Oddly these rednecked christians never seem to make the link between ruining the planet and the demands put on society by god himself.Maybe they are Jewish?

  5. Originally posted by Pippa Passes by Robert Browning:

    The year's at the spring,And day's at the morn;Morning's at seven;The hill-side's dew-pearled;The lark's on the wing;The snail's on the thorn;God's in his Heaven -All's right with the world!

    Originally posted by Home‑thoughts, from abroad also by Robert Browning:

    Oh, to be in England now that April's there.And whoever wakes in England sees, some morning, unaware, that the lowest boughs and the brushwood sheaf around the elm-tree bole are in tiny leaf,While the chaffinch sings on the orchard bough;In England – now!!And after April, when May follows,And the whitethroat builds and all the swallows!Hark, where my blossomed pear-tree in the hedge, leans to the field and scatters on the clover blossoms and dewdrops at the bent spray's edge.That's the wise thrush; he sings each song twice over, lest you should think he never could recapture the first fine careless rapture!And though the fields look rough with hoary dew, all will be gay when noontide wakes anew the buttercups, the little children's dower -far brighter than the gaudy melon-flower!

    And finally:Originally posted by Thomas Tusser:

    Sweet April showersDo spring May flowers.

    The point being that April's weather is just as depicted in the poems given here and here: http://www.egreenway.com/months/monapr.htmUNLESS there is something untoward in the system.Which there is. -Or was, though it will be back.

  6. Howsa bout dese guys:2010/04/306.0 M. 23:17. 60.5 E. 177.7 N. Bering Sea6.3 M. 23:12. 60.6 E. 177.9 N. Bering SeaNothing in between, not even stuff left over from Baja Mexico.8 1/2 hours from the last quake of or over 4 M.

  7. Here's one I mis-prepared earlier:2010/04/065.1 M. 23:36. 1.98N. 96.7 E. Nias Region, Indonesia.5.1 M. 22:54. 2.27N. 97.1 E. N. Sumatra, Indonesia.7.8 M. 22:15. 2.36N. 97.1 E. N. Sumatra, Indonesia.And here is where I didn't put it:http://my.opera.com/Weatherlawyer/blog/6-apr-09-37Now you are probably wondering what the ….And of course if I ever find out I will tell you.(Or not, as the case may be.)

  8. Originally posted by Weatherlawyer:

    Apr 14 12:29 Apr 21 18:20 Apr 28 12:18http://eclipse.gsfc.nasa.gov/phase/phases2001.html

    T+84 (from Sunday 2 May 2010) looks interesting. 3 1/2 days time, bearing in mind the change of spell with all the seismicity that involves on the 6th (T+84.)It appears they know something. So it must be storms then.Which is what the picture shows.Earthquakes show up as occluded fronts off the other side of the Mid Atlantic Ridge and a squashed set of isobars.Oh!Whoops!

  9. The Canadian chart shows a massively elongated High reaching almost to another similarly large High in the Arctic:You know what?I really hate the way I have to subvert Opera to get a picture posted in the comments section.Someone write and tell the jokers to do something about it will you?

  10. Originally posted by Weatherlawyer:

    Here's one I mis-prepared earlier:2010/04/065.1 M. 23:36. 1.98N. 96.7 E. Nias Region, Indonesia.5.1 M. 22:54. 2.27N. 97.1 E. N. Sumatra, Indonesia.7.8 M. 22:15. 2.36N. 97.1 E. N. Sumatra, Indonesia.And here is where I didn't put it:http://my.opera.com/Weatherlawyer/blog/6-apr-09-37Now you are probably wondering what the ….And of course if I ever find out I will tell you.(Or not, as the case may be.)

    OK. I placed some stuff on usenet. Here is my input over several messages at sci.geo.earthquakes:[quote-Weatherlawyer]All change, to more of the same by the look of it. FNMOC is showing an interesting High building up off Canada but instead of going to the Davis Straight, it loops around a long lasting very high Low. And toward the end it looks to give a picture for Derechos. Of course that's at the long end of the range. The phase would be for tornadoes if the systems had a little more life in them. Let's just hope they aren't severe. Hang on, nothing severe in this lot…. That means some bad winds blowing. Tell me what'd I say? Tell me what'd I say now mamma? You got folks in Omaha? Wake em up in Arkansas. Who knows what or where the case might be. No need to spread alarm unnecessarily. Or not as the case may be. Hey, hey, oh, oh, hey. Tell me what'd I say? Tell me what'd I say? Tell me what'd I say?[/quote]I had no idea what would happen next. For a while there, it seemed that nothing dramatic would

    I can't help being right even when I am wrong with these spells as they are typically intemperate.

    More of the same:

    Update time = Tue Mar 30 17:00:03 UTC 2010 5.2 M. 05:16. 31.3 S. 178.8 W. Kermadec Isles. 5.8 M. 01:03 43.3 N. 138.4 E. E Sea of Japan. 5.4 M. 07:35 34.3 S. 71.6 W. Libertador O'Higgins Chile. 5.2 05:16 31.3 S. 178.8 W. Kermadec Isles. 5.8 M. 01:03. 43.3 N. 138.4 E. E Sea of Japan 5.4 M. 03/29. 07:35 34.8 S. 71.6 W. Libertador O'Higgins Chile. This spell is on song. At last.All that high pressure in Greenland stuff bringing snow and all that crap in the USA, that was all due to the serial phases that have been like it. On the cusp. That's where that phrase came from. They must have known these things in the past. Years of fake Christianity (and maybe Islam) have done their damnedest to lose the wisdom of the ancients. Well now it is restored. Thank me. I thank me. (Well, I thank god personally but this is public.)

    By serial phases I meant such that induce the so called negative anomally -which is no more than a placing of the dominant anticyclone over Greenland. By stating the spell is on song, I mean it differs for m the others in the series because it IS SUPPOSED to behave like that. I don't believe the others are. It's just a quirk of the sonics involved -IN EACH CASE.Hmmm…

    The Pacific was a picture too. When everything in the oceans appears calm, it's because they are getting a big surprise ready for someone. When the quakes are few and far between that too is a disaster readying. With the absence of promised tornadoes, I can only hope I'm wrong. The weather forecasters have been saying we'd have snow. And some parts have, which means they are correct. The USA's NWS say no watches, indicating I'm wrong again. TBH I don't have a clue. But I DO have an hunch it's a tropical storm of some sort. Not too big obviously. But if the spacings of these quakes go the same way, it will grow in increments. Watch and learn.

    I already knew this stuff and forgot it. When the Met Office is on the ball with stuff I say about the lunar phase, the basic code stuff being correct too, it's generally storms.And when it's only me that's right, quakes.

    OK. Latest +5 is: 6.6 03/30. 16:55. ANDAMAN ISLANDS, INDIA 4.5 03/30. 09:14 SONORA, MEXICO Time from the one above is 11 hours; time to build up some energy. Pity about that sonorous one. Still, enough to start a storm somewhere. Or get a tornado going. The North Atlantic chart was a picture earlier.

    I'm trying to remember the lore for 2nd guessing. Never having a datum for a phase of this spell, I don't know how it works. Which was confusing me until I realised. 1. When the Meto is wrong or uncertain, and I'm wrong, it's a major quake. 2. If they are right and I am wrong, it's down to a weather phenomenon. But this is a tornado spell and there are no tornadoes and the MetO is spot on again. So this is a … But it isn't a tornado phenomena. Ergo….

    A couple of years back, I worked out that a space of 15 hours between magnitude 4 or 5 earthquakes would get an hurricane up and running overnight. I can't remember if it was only Mag 5's and up of Mag 4's plus. 4M. Is the minimum entry for quakes earth-wide and I was pleased with the exquisite coincidenta. But then for sopme reason I stopped looking at the all inclusive lists and just at the NEIC tables for >4.9's. About the same time I saw how rleatively smaller gaps in the lists gave way to increases of about 1 scale in wind strength. I think the code was 3 hours which I also felt was a nice round ancient of days number. I wish I could remember the posts I said that in. Ah well, I'm remembering now.

    And then I promptly forgot again.

    What should be a really large quake is imminent: "At least 3,000 rescuers have been working around the clock to pump water out of the vast Wangjialing coal mine after it was flooded on Sunday. "At the weekend, miners were saying the usual dust produced by digging simply wasn't happening and they could see water seeping in," he said." http://english.aljazeera.net/news/asia-pacific/2010/04/20104283938169… Look out for ship wrecks and air crashes.

    And oil wells exploding.Curiouser and curiouser:

    Or not as the case may be. Why I allowed myself to get bamboozled I don't know. I stated these events are all much of a muchness then I go and point out that this one is the exception. What an imbecile. I'd be better off working for nothing for the Telfer Mines. > "At least 3,000 rescuers have been working around the clock to pump > water out of the vast Wangjialing coal mine after it was flooded on > Sunday. > "At the weekend, miners were saying the usual dust produced by digging > simply wasn't happening and they could see water seeping in," he > said."http://english.aljazeera.net/news/asia-pacific/2010/04/20104283938169… > Look out for ship wrecks and air crashes. Or derechos and mud slides. http://www.spc.noaa.gov/climo/reports/100402_rpts.html I wish I'd looked at this yesterday: https://www.fnmoc.navy.mil/wxmap_cgi/cgi-bin/wxmap_loop.cgi?&area=ngp… No archive. Figures. This one is good but fails to cover enough sea. A derech is likely when an High moves between two Lows. No idea what pressure changes are involved. 5 to ten millibars between charts, probably. But does the pressure of the High go up or down? The pressure over Greenland has risen 6 millibars, -which will do nicely. It's been a season for mud slides. Let's hope it is all change for the next three phases. Nope. And it's not the next three anyway: Something else I got wrong. Though it may be the next 4 or 5 phases that are similar: Apr 6 09:37 This one is only fairly similar to the following: Apr 14 12:29 Apr 21 18:20 Apr 28 12:18 and May 6 04:15 Which is the antithesis of the present spell. And in truth nothing like the preceding too, neither. The weather for the 14th, 21st and 28 have to be pretty much interwoven spells with similar problems recurring in different orders but all much the same. I'm not even going to try to suss out the one for 6th April.

    So I got this one:

    7.2 M. 2010/04/04 22:41 32.1 N. 115.3. W. Baja California Mexico.

    Well that is about it.There is a little more on the site:http://groups.google.co.uk/group/sci.geo.earthquakes/browse_frm/thread/b77bb40dfb34aa4c?hl=en#But that is it, by and large. Too many people hurt for me to have enjoyed myself with it. It's a crowning triumph that is prone to me pulling the carpet out from under myself wit natural disasters.Too bad.

  11. One last thing, the list is quietly slipping off the net ate the NEIC 30 day lists. Here's what was left of it on the 3rd of May 2010:/0623:50:23 73.77N 8.79E 5.3 GREENLAND SEA 23:35:40 1.98N 96.74E 5.1 NIAS REGION, INDONESIA 22:54:05 2.27N 97.07E 5.1 NORTHERN SUMATRA, INDONESIA 22:15:02 2.36N 97.13E 7.8 NORTHERN SUMATRA, INDONESIA 16:36:15 32.26N 115.33W 3.1 BAJA CALIFORNIA, MEXICO 16:33:57 32.64N 115.86W 3.2 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA 15:35:12 32.16N 115.18W 3.1 BAJA CALIFORNIA, MEXICO 15:13:19 32.71N 115.89W 4.3 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA 15:10:17 32.26N 115.29W 3.0 BAJA CALIFORNIA, MEXICO 14:58:37 32.61N 115.77W 3.5 BAJA CALIFORNIA, MEXICO 14:34 2.47S 99.62E 4.2 Kepulauan Mentaiwa, Indonesia 14:27:22 32.58N 115.78W 3.3 BAJA CALIFORNIA, MEXICO 14:16:43 6.48S 150.54E 4.9 NEW BRITAIN REGION, PNG 13:51:50 32.62N 115.75W 3.2 BAJA CALIFORNIA, MEXICO 13:48:01 32.15N 115.29W 3.1 BAJA CALIFORNIA, MEXICO 13:04:44 35.04S 72.68W 5.1 OFFSHORE MAULE, CHILE 08:54:43 55.28N 133.56W 3.3 SOUTHEASTERN ALASKA 08:54:07 33.93S 72.41W 4.5 off LIBERTADOR O HIGGINS, CHILE 08:45:19 30.05S 71.57W 4.2 OFFSHORE COQUIMBO, CHILE 08:25:07 32.12N 115.16W 3.7 BAJA CALIFORNIA, MEXICO 08:12:26 31.97N 114.98W 4.5 SONORA, MEXICO 04:12:21 32.61N 115.76W 4.2 BAJA CALIFORNIA, MEXICO 01:58:14 32.31N 115.36W 4.4 BAJA CALIFORNIA, MEXICO 01:22:59 32.05N 115.10W 4.3 BAJA CALIFORNIA, MEXICO /0522:36:57 20.02S 69.24W 5.8 TARAPACA, CHILE 15:47:32 32.62N 115.80W 3.6 BAJA CALIFORNIA, MEXICO 14:48:01 44.60N 110.98W 3.0 YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK, WYOMING 14:40:17 0.20S 125.04E 5.1 MOLUCCA SEA 14:30:19 32.12N 115.09W 3.5 BAJA CALIFORNIA, MEXICO 13:33:05 32.64N 115.80W 4.7 BAJA CALIFORNIA, MEXICO 12:11:01 0.13S 125.15E 5.0 MOLUCCA SEA 11:23:41 42.63S 124.90E 5.1 SOUTH OF AUSTRALIA 11:14:14 32.66N 115.81W 4.8 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA 10:05:42 0.16S 125.01E 6.2 MOLUCCA SEA 10:00:57 14.99N 91.27W 4.7 GUATEMALA 09:36:33 36.92N 142.03E 4.7 OFF E. HONSHU, JAPAN 07:29:12 17.90N 81.57W 5.0 CAYMAN ISLANDS REGION 03:32:14 33.38S 71.02W 4.5 REGION METROPOLITANA, CHILE 03:15:25 32.63N 115.78W 4.6 BAJA CALIFORNIA, MEXICO 01:25:40 32.37N 114.85W 4.6 SONORA, MEXICO 00:21:12 54.51N 161.47W 3.1 ALASKA PENINSULA 00:07:15 31.97N 114.78W 5.1 SONORA, MEXICO /0423:25:06 32.20N 115.20W 5.4 BAJA CALIFORNIA, MEXICO 23:15:15 32.09N 115.07W 5.3 BAJA CALIFORNIA, MEXICO 22:40:41 32.12N 115.30W 7.2 BAJA CALIFORNIA, MEXICO 22:06:01 38.52N 22.34E 4.4 GREECE 20:28:04 17.19S 176.99W 5.1 FIJI REGION 14:19:43 1.60N 126.78E 4.8 MOLUCCA SEA 13:46:45 40.03N 113.90E 4.8 MONGOL-SHANXI BORDER, CHINA 13:34:24 19.59S 69.57W 4.9 TARAPACA, CHILE 12:58:31 28.50S 176.67W 4.6 KERMADEC ISLANDS REGION 12:43:15 2.53N 95.86E 4.6 SIMEULUE, INDONESIA 12:31:59 57.17N 156.22W 3.1 ALASKA PENINSULA 12:29:18 36.39S 79.05E 4.5 MID-INDIAN RIDGE 12:14:58 14.84N 94.03W 4.8 OFF THE COAST OF CHIAPAS, Mexico 11:18:41 12.35N 144.00E 4.6 GUAM REGION 09:40:59 22.41S 179.27W 4.9 SOUTH OF THE FIJI ISLANDS 09:31:45 23.85S 179.88W 4.8 SOUTH OF THE FIJI ISLANDS 09:19:14 38.61N 80.90W 3.4 WEST VIRGINIA 08:35:41 43.25N 146.2E 4.8 KURIL ISLANDS 08:09 4.43N 127.2E 4.7 Kepulauan Talaud, Indonesia 07:02:40 10.04S 161.35E 4.8 SOLOMON ISLANDS 05:17:32 15.41N 98.21W 4.1 OFFSHORE OAXACA, MEXICO /0323:10:54 18.36N 81.37W 4.2 CAYMAN ISLANDS REGION 22:34:13 51.50N 176.76W 3.6 ANDREANOF ISLANDS ALEUTIA 22:33 2.17S 100.15E 5.1 KEPULAUAN MENTAWAI, INDONESIA 21:16:28 23.82N 142.06E 4.9 VOLCANO ISLANDS, JAPAN 14:50:01 1.83N 98.98E 4.8 NORTHERN SUMATRA 13:52:16 35.50N 97.11W 2.2 OKLAHOMA 13:34:17 35.50N 97.23W 2.3 OKLAHOMA 12:35:01 13.46N 144.66E 4.4 GUAM REGION 10:24:50 34.77S 71.83W 4.1 LIBERTADOR O HIGGINS, CHILE 08:41:21 36.70S 73.29W 4.6 OFFSHORE BIO-BIO, CHILE 08:30:01 36.00S 72.67W 4.2 BIO-BIO, CHILE 06:50:58 10.76S 165.02E 4.5 SANTA CRUZ ISLANDS 06:06:14 56.22S 27.38W 4.2 S. SANDWICH ISLANDS 05:02:22 15.42S 167.74E 4.6 VANUATU 04:20:02 33.99S 72.45W 4.7 off LIBERTADOR O HIGGINS, CHILE 03:40:49 1.64S 128.21E 4.8 KEPULAUAN OBI, INDONESIA 02:19:54 25.86N 128.53E 5.1 RYUKYU ISLANDS, JAPAN 01:36:43 51.52N 16.03E 4.6 POLAND 01:35:38 31.25S 176.98W 5.3 KERMADEC ISLANDS REGIONhttp://neic.usgs.gov/neis/qed/

  12. 6.1 M. 2010/05/03. 10:28. 29.6 N. 141.1 E. Izu Islands, Japan.IIRC, there is a set of quakes in the list from the previous comment that will form a line with this one. Of course that is definitely going back well past my memory faculties.Unless I have forgotten something recently.I'll have to sit down with a globe and work on it.

  13. Originally posted by Weatherlawyer:

    6.1 M. 2010/05/03. 10:28. 29.6 N. 141.1 E. Izu Islands, Japan.

    Maybe it's a twfer6.4 M. 2010/05/03 23:09:46 -38.110 -73.648 20.6 OFFSHORE BIO-BIO, CHILEMoretal come.

  14. Originally posted by Weatherlawyer:

    Moretal come.

    Sadly there is too. Floods in the USA. I have yet to check on other regions but that was on the morning news. http://www.spc.noaa.gov/products/wwa/ and already tornadoes reported in Missouri: http://www.spc.noaa.gov/climo/reports/100404_rpts.htmlVolcanic Ash from Eyarwhat is threatening Irish airlines. Cottoned on to the weakest company? Some Irish lines are real cut throat pirates. It's almost poetic.

  15. Originally posted by Vancouver Sun:

    NEW ORLEANS, Louisiana- Widespread flooding in the southern U.S. state of Tennessee caused by torrential rains has killed at least 18 people, emergency officials said Tuesday, as thousands sought shelter from the muddy river waters.The Tennessee Emergency Management Agency (TEMA) confirmed the fatalities including 10 dead in Nashville after the Cumberland River — looping through the iconic city famous for its musical heritage — crested at about 52 feet (about 16 meters) late Monday, submerging the metropolitan region.Officials rushed the evacuation of Nashville's historic Grand Ole Opry House, a legendary concert hall showcasing country music stars for over 80 years, as its position next to the Cumberland saw it swamped by the rising river.Governor Phil Bredesen on Tuesday formally requested a presidential disaster declaration for 52 counties across the state to better co-ordinate relief, TEMA said, after more than 13 inches (33 centimeters) of rain fell on the region over two days.Coupled with heavy storms and deadly tornados, severe weather has killed 29 people in the states of Tennessee and Mississippi over the last week.The flooding continued Tuesday to prompt power outages in the metro area and basic utilities such as water treatment systems were shut down. Emergency officials urged residents to drink boiled or bottled water.Read more: http://www.vancouversun.com/news/Flooding+kills+least+Tennessee+officials/2985059/story.html#ixzz0mwOTb0WK

    Odd the weather held off Louisiana for the oil slick workers.It was Virginia that got hit in a previous spell in this run. Coal mining disasters and the oil well blowing up.All very much a location that has to watch out during the time of these phases IMO.That and China. Anywhere with rich coal seams in a dangerous strata.

  16. Or maybe not:Originally posted by Calgary Herald:

    UPDATED: 11:15 a.m. Tuesday, May 4CALGARY – Calgarians just getting over the spring snow storm last week have another weather phenomenon to worry about this morning, as high winds batter the city and surrounding area.Airdrie RCMP advise drivers travelling northbound on Highway 2 from Calgary of poor winter driving conditions. The Carstairs area is reporting zero visibility as RCMP respond to several motor vehicle collisions due to dangerous conditions.In a press release, Airdrie RCMP recommend travel plans be delayed until conditions improve.Meanwhile, RCMP say the semi blocking northbound travel on Highway 2 in the Red Deer area has been moved, and traffic movement through the area has been restored. However, Red Deer RCMP continue to advise motorists to use extreme caution when travelling area roads.Environment Canada, in a bulletin issued at 10:42 a.m. Tuesday, extended its earlier wind warning for the Calgary area today. Wind speeds of 70 km/h, gusting to 100 km/h, will occur this afternoon and evening, combined with 2 to 5 cm of snow in some areas. High winds will gradually diminish in the evening.Tuesday morning, winds were reported as high 109 km/h in Three Hills and 106 km/h in Bassano.Snowfall amounts of 10 cm are forecast near the Canada-U.S. border, before the snow tapers off Wednesday morning.

  17. The last day of this spell. Could it have got worse?Originally posted by BBC:

    Botswana battles Okavango flood as villagers evacuateOkavango River road sign (Photo: JackyR on Wikimediacommons)Angola, Namibia and Botswana use the river for transport and irrigationTwenty villages in Botswana have been evacuated after the Okavango River burst its banks.Water in the river, which starts in Angola, passes through Namibia and empties into Botswana's Okavango swamp, has reached unprecedented levels.Officials in Botswana have called for a joint intervention to prevent the spread of waterborne diseases.A BBC reporter says there are concerns that another result of the flooding is the spread of snakes and crocodiles.Angola, Namibia and Botswana all use the Okavango for fishing, transport and irrigation for farming on the river banks.The BBC's Letlhogile Lucas in Botswana's capital, Gaborone, says more than 200 families have been moved to higher ground.But the Okavango's water levels are expected to continue rising in the coming days, which could make it difficult for officials to provide services, he says.Tracy Molefi at Botswana's Department of Water Affairs said it was important for the three countries to work together."Where there is co-operation, incidences of conflicts are well managed because then we are talking already," she told the BBC's Focus on Africa programme.

    2010/05/056.3 M. 16:29. 4.1 S. 101.1 E. S. Sumatra, Indonesia.

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