posted on Oct, 4 2010 @ 09:22 AM
Just moments ago, an earthquake measuring 6.3 in magnitude struck an area located at 24.286°N, 125.305°E, which is near the Southwestern Ryukyu
Islands in Japan. We have yet to get any reports from around the area, however, there is likely no major damage. The earthquake occurred at a depth of
approximately 22.3 miles beneath the earth’s surface.
Is it just me or does it seem that the earth is getting a little "shaky" as of late? Anyone able to find "natural disaster lists" or something?
The poor people!