Where to go from here?
There are a few ways this can be addressed. We would have expected that with the speed that we’ve seen in a year, a year ago we would have seen a smooth rolling impact, as we see with the best of these things. Instead we’re seeing a drop off, a slithery transition. When that happens, it’s a warning sign. What we want to see is a much smoother and more predictable collision than we’re seeing. If you look at the seismicity, the time it takes for the seismic signal to return is just not quite right. That’s why you see faults on Earth that have been dipping the two to three year time, but still are not on schedule to even hit that rate.