There are three monitors that have been retained from the time of the active Hutton Commentaries website. These monitors are being made available because the data acquision for them is an automatic process which takes little or no human interaction to make available. The Polar Earthquake monitor graphically displays the locations, magnitudes and depths of all the quakes near the Earth's poles. The Chandler's Wobble graphic displays the path traced out by the Earth's rotational axis for a period of four plus years. This graphic differs from the original Animated Polar Motion monitor in that it is not animated. However, while the graphic is just a static image of the poles motion, it is intended to be updated daily. The Historic Polar Motion monitor is essentially as it was on the original website, and will continue to be animated.