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A greater majority of the tremors/quakes energy for NZ in the last 14 hours have been focused in the North Island and that larger quake the north (Kermadecs).It looks like the deepest tremors were NW of French Pass (near the NW part of the South Island - west of the Cook Strait) and north of and SE of Mount Egmont in the North Island (near Hawera).
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New Zealand has also had what looks like an increase in tremors in the recent week, but I would have to count the numbers there to verify this (I do feel their numbers have increased though).
Central America, west coast, came up the tremors/quakes I was anticipating.
That energy occasionally comes up in the north of the Himalayas, deep into China (near the Gobi Desert).
The energy which drove the quakes in the NE of Africa and around the peripheries of the Saudi Peninsula has momentarily settled (? This may be because of the energy and push from the African Plate has traveled into he Mediterranean and continued on, in bits, through the Iran (and surrounds) and eastern Turkey.
Below is a link to an article from "Strange Sounds" which highlights the reports and concerns for some folks in the U. about booming and other sounds; "M3.5 earthquake strikes the New Madrid Seismic Zone in Tennessee and creates loud booms" The Mid-Atlantic Ridge is experiencing some good movements at the moment, from top to bottom (various locations), in spots which are quite vulnerable to pressures.