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US Quake Question

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posted on Oct, 1 2014 @ 12:42 AM
So, I've noticed something that probably means nothing, but figured I'd ask anyway for funsies.

A few days ago, quakes started coming in Oklahoma a bit more frequent. Two days ago, they moved up into Kansas, then yesterday it went west for 1 in Colorado (which is very rare), and 1 in Nevada just now. Curious if anyone has noticed anything like this before. If 1 hits Utah tomorrow, I'm gonna piss myself. (yes I know they are tiny, just noticing the placement and timing of them)

Edit: The one in Nevada now seems to have been removed from USGS.
edit on 1-10-2014 by IZombie because: Data

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