I really wish we had some sort of Data Science hackaton on the subject (see Sunday Morning Insight: "More F$*%(g Data" ) because I feel like this is more like a confirmation bias more than anything else. When you are on a sphere and something happen with strength somewhere, a wave moves around and peaks on the other side. We mentioned this before:
- It's Friday afternoon, it's Hamming's time: Antipode Seismic Maps ?
- It's Friday afternoon, it's Hamming's time: Higher Order Antipode Maps ?
Update: M7.9 #earthquake strikes 216 km SW of #Wellington (New Zealand) 1hr 2min ago. https://t.co/6Fy1vDnpG2 pic.twitter.com/nuHqr6mc1I— EMSC (@LastQuake) 13 novembre 2016
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