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Tuesday, June 14, 2011

Raw video of the 6.0 aftershock


In this video from the New Zealand Herald, Cameraman Jo Morgan happened to be filming an interview when yesterday’s 6.0 aftershock hit. The speed with which the liquefaction spreads was one of the things that most stuck me about the video.

Update: Yesterday's biggest quakes have been upgraded to 5.6 and 6.3.

3 comments:

Roger Owen Green said...

sometimes on your blog lately - and it's happened before - the background that's off to the right covers the whole screen, and I'm left trying to read the text against the background of trees. it doesn't do it right away; it loads corrrectly initially, but then devolves in a few seconds.

my solution is to block the content, which then reads as white text on a blue background. incidentally YouTube videos are unaffected by my difficulty; them I see just fine.

don't know if anyone else is experiencing this, but it's only a problem using IE; Firefox displays just fine.

Roger Owen Green said...

ah, it's an IE7 problem, but not an IE8 problem. well, all right then.

Arthur (AmeriNZ) said...

Glad you got it sorted! I was trying replicate the problem, with no success, and now I know why: I don't have any version of IE.