Since I was traveling last week, I’m a little late putting this up. Adam at GPSVisualizer.com put together a time animation of the seismic readings of the Earthquake in Hawaii plus the aftershocks. The circles are colorized by depth and sized by magnitude. The largest being the 6.6 magnitude earthquake which made the news. Once you’ve loaded this Hawaii Earthquake file with Google Earth 4 (so you can see the time animation – download here if you don’t have 4.0.2091 or greater), you can use the time slider gadget in the top of the screen to see the earthquake and aftershocks unfold.