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WEBCAM December 2016
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Thanks for the streak spark Horse, I just had to enlarge it. 
   
Christmas morning at Fukushima. Tilt screen monitor to see the colors better.
   
   
I've posted this before but this chart shows the color variations in the emissions representing wavelength energy intensity and frequency. Indigo and violet are the highest visible light and would be the hot spots seen on the webcam. Like the spark is indigo blue (hottest) at the bottom and becomes cooler green at the top. At least that's what I'm guessing how it works.
   

Another anomaly located at the bottom of cam4 smoke stack. This could have been a hot spot seen before, don't remember when. Could it be emissions "burn off" thing? Don't know how else to describe it but I did find an older picture showing a type of vent with maybe an opening at the end. This area is typically grayed out so maybe the webcam monitor was absent that Christmas morning.  
   
   

One more thing, still watching the earthquake map closely. The 7.6 earthquake in Chile today makes me a bit concerned a quake could be on it's way to Japan. This Youtuber "BPearthwatch" has been putting out videos on this energy wave hitting earth on 25th and causing earthquakes.

 
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More quakes to report.

Two injured by magnitude-6.3 earthquake in Ibaraki
http://www.japantimes.co.jp/news/2016/12...Gea4GeQxjo

12-28   21:38   Scanned the cam4 recording for the quake shake and found the camera shaking about one minute after the reported time.  Noted an aftershock at 21:54. Watched for awhile and found a real interesting spark, very colorful.  Watched until 23:28 but that was the only spark in the two hours scanned.  

12-28-2016 2138 c4 eq 6_3




12-28 220644 c4 spark
   

12-28 220644 c4 spark zoom
   

Still want to look at cam1 recording for shakes and sparks after I post this; yet here's another EQ.

21-31 shortly after 5 am local time
Japan's east coast is rattled by powerful 5.5 magnitude earthquake
Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-...z4UPvGJGQS

Quote:SadieDog
December 31, 2016 at 4:47 am • Reply
22 miles from Namie, Fukushima, https://www.ubalert.com/pTkc
Earthquake - 5.5 - 37km ESE of Namie, Japan

Over 6,500 earthquakes felt across Japan in 2016, THREE times more than previous year
https://www.sott.net/article/338228-Over...vious-year
"The map is not the territory that it is a map of ... the word is not the thing being referred to."
 
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12-28 Checked cam1 for the 21:38 EQ.  Found a slight shaking, hardly noticeable on the isolation pad.  Watched for an hour and found 18 sparks.  13 sparks were in a 20 minute burst from 21:43 to 22:04, just before the Cam4 spark.  After the EQ was a good time to find fancy sparks.  

Pics
12-28 214628 spark pair
12-28 215622 spark pair

   

   
"The map is not the territory that it is a map of ... the word is not the thing being referred to."
 
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