posted on Mar, 19 2011 @ 08:58 PM
I have comments from 2 points of view. One being that it's Florida. Here, when the ground shakes, it usually means it might drop out from under us.
Sink holes, in other words When I read about this early this morning, I thought "Well, duh, when the ground moves in Florida, it generally
means someone's going to lose some elevation soon."
Second, with the above in mind, I would swear I felt the bed gently shuddering last night. Like the 2006 Gulf of Mexico earthquake that I felt, the
bed felt as if one of my cats was under it scratching and bumping the bed. In 2006, I had gotten on my hands and knees to get after the suspected
feline, only to find no cat, and noticed everything was shaking.
Like 2006, I ignored it for a few moments before realizing that currently, we're using the underside of the bed for box storage, and none of the cats
can get under it. I immediately reflected on that past experience and loaded the USGS recent quakes list, only to find no recorded activity. Needless
to say, even with no recorded seismic activity, I'm still a little unnerved by it.