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Originally posted by Saucerwench
reply to post by hapablab
I absoluuuutely felt THAT ONE. I was watching back-to-back Paranormal State TV shows, then I went to bed. At 4am, my feet and legs were bouncing up, like a violent poltergeist was shaking the end of my bed up and down, and because of those TV shows, that is what I thought was happening to me, until I got up and turned the radio (news) on.
Originally posted by PuterMan
reply to post by TrueAmerican
But......... *USGS sneaks in quietly and upgrades two earthquakes after the 7th day*
Magnitude 6.2 SOUTH OF THE KERMADEC ISLANDS
Sunday, February 26, 2012 at 05:24:59 UTC - was 5.6mb
Magnitude 6.0 SOUTH OF THE FIJI ISLANDS
Sunday, February 26, 2012 at 05:21:24 UTC - was 5.5 mb
About 65 minutes ago there was a 5.0 quake in Guerrero Mexico. There have been 3 quakes of 5.0 since Yesterday in this place.
The 7.8 quake was located in Oaxaca with another 4 quakes going from 5.1 to 5.3
Hope I am wrong but maybe there will be a bigger quake in Mexico originated now from Guerrero.
Maybe the 188 days prediction is not complete.
1928-03 99 1 7.5
1928-06 99 1 7.7
1928-10 99 1 7.5
Date/Time: 1787/3/28 11:17: Local
Lat: 16.5 Long: -98.5
Location: Mexico:San Marcos,Teotitlan (Guerrero)
Magnitude: 8.2 Unk
Depth: - km
Source: Milne (1911), Chronologica
Type: Earthquake 2 hours ago
Date Time: Wednesday March 21 2012, 17:07:11 UTC
Region: SE of Oodnadatta, SA
. Depth: 0 km
Source: GeoScience Australia
According to the National Seismological Service (SSN), the massive Mexico earthquake unleashed more than 44 aftershocks as of Wednesday.
Of the aftershocks recorded by the country, six were over 5.0 + magnitude on the Richer scale and 25 were of a 4.0 magnitude, with the rest 3.0 or smaller.
Apart from the string of earthquakes in San Salvador, today SNET reported another quake of 4.3 on the Richter scale at 11.26 local time (17.26 GMT) in the Pacific Ocean, about 43 kilometers south of the estuary San Diego, in the department of La Libertad. This other quake had a focal depth of 34 miles and reached an intensity of three on the Mercalli scale in San Salvador.