posted on Aug, 8 2012 @ 02:47 PM
I'm like an hour drive north of these quakes and haven't felt a single thing up here in the Antelope Valley. I was definitely awake during them.
It's definitely been quieter than usual for quite a while here so even though the quakes are pretty small, it gets people a bit riled up. You would
expect Cali to have a lot more quakes than it actually does. Not talking the mini 1-2 pointers nobody feels, but 4's and up have been pretty rare
lately. Certainly wouldn't hurt to go replenish your supplies, now is as good a time as any.
Interested in the talk of the quakes not feeling normal though. I've never felt a lifting motion in a quake, just a rocking side to side. Also,
about the guy predicting that Cali is in for a 9.6 soon, not possible. At least not here in So.Cal. The San Andreas cannot produce a quake of that
size as far as I know. Its neighbor to the north Cascadia off the Oregon coast is certainly capable however.