posted on Nov, 23 2010 @ 08:53 AM
reply to post by boondock-saint
In 2006 my pictures moved and I thought a truck was flying down my residential street and went outside to yell,...nothing there.
Turns out is was a Florida earthquake of the coast of tampa.
I have heard many sonic booms being close to an Airbase.
I always would go outside to listen for the space shuttle comming home.
Florida has earthquakes, but they are rather infrequent and are not known to
be severe. However, compared to California and the west coast, the seismic
hazards in the East are not well-understood. So, I would not say that it is
impossible for Florida to have a damaging earthquake, but it's pretty
unlikely. In the last 200 years, very large earthquakes have occurred in
Missouri and South Carolina. The Missouri earthquake was large enough to
reroute the Mississippi River and the South Carolina earthquake was felt as
far away as New York City and was strongly felt in Florida.”