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Earthquakes Everywhere!

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An earthquake happened here in Idaho this morning. It shock my house pretty good. My mom, sister and I got up and went to the living room and we're all like, "You felt that right." lol. Apparently, there has been a bunch in the last 24 hours. Indonesia, Greece, Norway, and a bunch of parts in the US.

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konaneComment by konane - February 21, 2008, 10:38 am
Read they're supposed to continue throughout the year along with the possibility of another tsunami.
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JakeComment by Jake - February 21, 2008, 12:50 pm
Hey TSC - Instead of hanging in there I should revise that to hang on -   Jake
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ThatScaryChickComment by ThatScaryChick - February 21, 2008, 1:44 pm
That is actually scary konane.

lol Jake. It was pretty neat. We get earthquakes every once and a while, nothing on the level of California or anything like that, but they feel so weird.
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Comment by pacattack05 - February 21, 2008, 3:54 pm
I just saw on Headline News that one hit in Nevada. Not Joking.
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justxploringComment by justxploring - February 21, 2008, 4:36 pm
A big one, Pac..saw it this morning when I got up. It was very early in the morning so nobody was killed AFAIK. But isn't a 6 pretty intense?
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Comment by pacattack05 - February 21, 2008, 4:54 pm
Yes justx, but only some buildings got damaged. When it hits above 7, then it gets hairy.
They say a big one comes about every 160 years.

Billy Meirs, who is a guy who claims that he went on a UFO with the Plaeidians to the future saw that california was gone. I've been trying to tell my dad and sister to get the heck out of california for years now. I always wanted to go back to live there, but I'm thinking twice about it now.
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Comment by pacattack05 - February 21, 2008, 4:56 pm
I meant to say that when it hits above 7, then things can get a little bit shakey....groan..
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time*treatComment by time*treat - February 22, 2008, 3:19 am
Well, Cali has the big earthquake threat and Florida has the super tsunami threat. Where ya gonna go?
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JakeComment by Jake - February 22, 2008, 4:41 am
This thought has been kicking around in my head from time to time. I'm part of this statistic (didn't really originally choose to be though).   There is no need to worry about CA and FL, although I must agree that anyone living in CA with the exception of perhaps the high Sierras, really needs to reconsider the situation (mho). I do happen to work for a CA company so I'm not entirely immune.

    Anyway, as I understand it, the majority of the US population lives within 100 miles of an ocean. I cannot recall the exact statistic but it's an eye-opener.   We are all vulnerable, one way or the other.

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