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Originally posted by eNumbra
reply to post by loam
Just felt it New Jersey.
Anybody with some geological sites? maybe pinpoint the epicenter?edit on 8/23/2011 by eNumbra because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by truthrising2012
Does anyone believe this has anything to do with the new mardid fault?
Originally posted by atomicn
reply to post by loam
This is Gods way to show the white people that inhabit the region turn your wicked sinful ways. Or else expect a catastrophic event that will destroy everything.
You all have been warned. Stop sinning or else. Down with Greed. Down with Babylon . The whore of the World.
Originally posted by Clisen33
I have to say it's kind of humorous to see peoples reactions to an earthquake in a region where they don't normally occur.
I was born and raised in Los Angeles, experienced the North Ridge earthquake and all of the in-betweens. Seriously guys, it's not the end of the world - I laughed pretty damn hard when someone mentioned that it could be Elenin. There are faults everywhere in the U.S. and a decent sized earthquake is bound to happen at any given time. I remember when the massive Chile earthquake hit that I felt some tremors rock the house slightly, so yeah the distance of earthquakes can travel immensely and trigger movements in other fault lines. I mention this comment because I see that some people out in Ohio/New York are freaking out that they felt it being so far away.
It's all good in the hood people - I think the ATS community that are reporting they felt it are taking it more out of context than a non-ATS member would (You know what I mean lol).
I'll give a little tip on what my parents used to do to me when an earthquake struck. I was so terrified of earthquakes as a kid that they would shove a spoon full of sugar down my throat to calm me down.edit on 23-8-2011 by Clisen33 because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by RainDog
reply to post by atomicn
That's blatantly racist against white people. Why bother even posting something like that? Ignorant D-bag.
Originally posted by ltdan08
reply to post by tpg65
From what I've researched ULF waves and other Infrasounds cannot be heard but sometimes they can be felt. i.e. queasiness, headaches, anxiety, and nervousness.