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This website is operating under the regulations of the National Weather Service Weather Ready Nation Ambassador program. All telemetry on this site as well as photographs that the webmaster have taken is public domain.

About the Webmaster.

Dan Andrews is a certified member of Amateur Radio Relay League KN4CTF. He is also credentialed with the National Weather Service as a certified Weather Spotter (Skywarn.)

Please note, while the webmaster is a member of the United States Department of Homeland Security-Federal Emergency Management Agency, this website is in no way associated with his work at FEMA.

Tuesday, October 25, 2016

The best Earthquake info you are going to find anywhere!


Special thanks to University of Memphis !


This is exactly why I have this blog! However, it takes a lot of work and costs a lot of money.  If you can please chip in some money. I have a gofundme.com account. Right now it is 2:30am. I am looking at a dangerous winter ahead. Researching and telemetry take time and money. At this time, any help with donations or promoting this on social media will help!

Please give credit where credit is due! Anyone using any of this information please credit http://danandrews.com


Red Flash! If you felt the earthquake, please visit this page.


The U.S.G.S. wants to hear from you! They are crowdsourcing via Citizen Journalists.

NEXT URGENT! BERKELEY UNIVERSITY NEEDS MORE VOLUNTEERS IN KNOX COUNTY AREA TO DOWNLOAD THEIR EARTHQUAKE APP!


The reason I am writing that this is urgent is due to the increased activity we have had over last two weeks. See link bellow!

Please visit this page to stay up to date on the latest earthquakes.

Screen Grab of the Earthquake from two monitoring stations. Both in Knox County.

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EXCLUSIVE! From the Dan Andrews Weather Center, I have a core temperature reading during the earthquake! With my exclusive ground probe deep telemetry. A steady 64 degrees about  12 inches underground!




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