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Did anyone notice another coincidence? Both Virginia yesterday & Peru's now, same time of day. Only 5 minutes difference!!!
posted on 24-8-2011 @ 01:39 PM Something maybe to take notice of was the timing of this quake compared to the quake in Virginia yesterday. It's almost exactly 24 hrs later. I think it's only 5 minutes shy of 24 hrs. This makes me think something is putting external force upon the earth. Similar times and similar latitudes (37), could be nothing more than coincidence, but it seems to be really kicking into high gear. Time will tell, until then fasten your seat belt, this could turn into one hell of a rough ride.
Originally posted by westcoast
reply to post by watchdog
You can still see it if you pull it up now
3 hours ago
DateTime: Wednesday August 24 2011, 17:14:32 UTC
Depth: 46 km
A California earthquake measuring magnitude 3.6 was felt most strongly in the East Bay and Peninsula regions, according to the U.S. Geological Survey. It was followed this morning by a 2.7 quake reported near Yorba Linda in Orange County. But the Bay Area quake was significantly larger and felt over a larger area. According to the USGS's Did You Feel It? map, hundreds of people signed in to report the Bay Area temblor. Many were in such cities as Oakland, San Leandro, Burlingame, Alameda, San Francisco and Castro Valley. The quake, which struck at 11:36 p.m., appeared to be centered on the Hayward Fault about six miles south of Oakland. A magnitude 2.3 quake rolled through about five minutes later. Doug Sovern, a reporter for KCBS 740 AM, said in a tweet: "Quick hard shake of the house here on Berkeley-Oakland border." He said the quake lasted for only two or three seconds. "Nice adrenaline boost!" he tweeted.