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Source: El Universal
An earthquake, magnitude 6.1 has taken place on the western part of Java Island.
Geologist Yusuf Surachman, from the Agency of Meteorology and Geophysics stated that the Monday quake was just the first of a series of earthquakes and that there will be a major one above magnitude 8 in the area.
According to Surachman, quakes are movingo to the Sonda Strait and if the epicentre moves to the Sonda Strait two things can happen: a major earthquake or the eruption of the Krakatoa Volcano.
Originally posted by Ptolomeo
BTW, have you noticed that when a devastating event takes place somewhere, on the opposite site of Earth, usually another thing happens?