posted on Jul, 15 2014 @ 05:35 AM
a reply to: canucks555
Well, it's not an unlikely location for an event within the general magnitude range you've suggested. So on that basis, it's a reasonable concept.
However, I'm puzzled by your statement that "there always seems to be a big one when it gets hot." (And yep, I noted that you said "seems
be". No worries.
) Fact is, quakes happen in the region all year round and just checking my map for some of the larger ones in your general
region, here's a few I've got logged:
(Data sourced from USGS and EarthquakesCanada, map from Google Earth.)
I must admit I've not been diligent in keeping this map up to date in recent months, but as you can see, there's been some decent jolts in the cooler
months. Doesn't mean that you won't get a biggish one in hot weather, but there's no real basis to saying that there always seems to be a big one when
Interestingly, the last really
big one -- approx a mag 9 -- was on Jan 26, 1700. It was roughly along that red line there that indicates the
However, whether you're right or wrong I won't be insisting you change your avatar. Just that if you're right, please don't put it down to the
edit on 15/7/14 by JustMike because: (no reason given)