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Originally posted by ImmortalThought
reply to post by intrptr
I'm beginning to wonder if there are more EQs happening then reported, but that lamp idea is a good idea.
It's not dead nor inactive, it's just normally not as large as the 5.6 that happened. It's a 600 million year old fault, who knows what "normal" actually is for it, considering we only have 100 years worth of observation on it, and far less of actual measured data.
Originally posted by Mitch555
Something is sure going on with all of these earthquakes recently in a supposedly dead or inactive zone. It seems to me that mother nature is possibly revolting against us humans.
Originally posted by SrWingCommander
Felt it far west side of OKC....First time it has happened and I knew what it was...(and I lived in CA for a few years). It was weird because the storm front was just hitting our area, and so we had lots of thunder, but I could still distinguish the difference in the rumble. When I stood up, I got the classic dizziness for about 4 seconds.