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Originally posted by PuterMan
reply to post by ckno1
I saw that quake in the list when I looked this morning and passed over it thinking it was too small to be serious.
Originally posted by UtahRosebud
Ok... this is making me think "WTF" and I need help understanding. I have been watching quakes from the USGS for too many years to count now. It's a possibility that I have not paid attention if it has happened before. However, until today, I have NEVER seen an earthquake at a depth of 315 miles, like the 6.2 in the Bali Sea today.
Is this something unheard of??? Or at the very least, unusual??? Is this cause for more concern elsewhere on the planet???
Help a girl out here. Please.
Originally posted by Anmarie96
reply to post by MoorfNZ
Just a quick thought - maybe move your bed out from under the beam Here is the list of larger quakes from the past week. If you take out Japan and the aftershocks, it appears normal. Just remember, we went through a relatively quiet period for a bit there - so it may appear that we are having more - but we are not - i think - Maybe if Puterman isn't to busy he can give you a graph
Puterman - you have been quiet the past few days - you OK?