posted on May, 30 2009 @ 03:18 AM
Since 'northern' europe has no tectonic boundaries or any major fault lines (that i know of anyway), major earthquakes are virtually non existent
A mag 4.7 and a spate of recent earthquakes in Poland definately raises some questions. If you look at
website you can see that earthquakes around Italy, Greece and Turkey are a
very common daily occurance since these countries sit on known fault lines.
Perhaps the odd earthquake that occurs around countries like Poland, France and the UK are just 'knock-on' effects of ground movement under the
Always worth keeping an eye on though. Especially since both earthquake and volcanic activity seems to be on the increase on a global scale of late.