reply to post by MamaJ
When I saw how many were listed for Niland, CA it got my attention!
I would remember a name like Niland.
Because of Rose Niland from the Golden Girls. Yes, I'm that old! Lol!!!
Then I saw Geyers/Cobb, & a couple of other spots, but they aren't uncommon.
Then when I zoomed in on Niland & used the 7 & 30 day feature...
(The one new thing I do like about USGS!)
I was surprised how many there were since yesterday!
I didn't know it was in the Salton area either.
Something is definitely moving there,
or is it moving someplace else & the pressure is being transferred to there?
And would we be able to tell the difference?
I don't know anything about plate movement.
Unfortunately, when I was in high school & college they left out a lot of stuff!
I enjoyed learning about how the different types of rocks were formed.
And I got a kick out of the illustration they used to show hillside creep.
It was headstones, on a hillside, in a cemetery! Lol!!!
If they had gone into any detail on earthquakes back then,
my whole course of study may have gone in a different direction!
I sure enjoy learning everything I can about them even now!
Unfortunately, except for our oldest son's father-in-law,
no one else has any interest in eqs around here!
Thank goodness for ATS!!! Lol!
Hubby has been feeling something again since last night.
He called from work this morning & said he was going to take a half day off.
He came home, took some aspirin & went right to bed.
I wasn't here when he came home, but I saw the aspirin bottle sitting on the counter!
And he brought his lunch back home too. Too sick to eat, that's unusual!!!
We did have a family get together yesterday,
so he could have gotten a hold of some gluten somewhere.
Guess time & USGS will tell!!! Lol!