OT: CA Wildfires
jsessoms002 at nc.rr.com
Fri Sep 11 15:36:58 EDT 2020
We've had occasional small earthquakes around here, but the only one I remember
experiencing was the August 2011 earthquake in Northern Virginia.
I remember it as a low rumble that rattled my windows. IIRC it lasted about 2
minutes, building up slowly & then tapering off. About half way through I had
the sudden realization that I was hearing & feeling an earthquake.
The Wikipedia article about it mentions all the states on the Atlantic Coast
*except* North Carolina.
It even mentions the earthquake effects on mid-western states Ohio, Illinois,
Indiana, Michigan, Wisconsin, and Minnesota ...Canadian provinces Ontario,
Quebec and the Maritime provinces along with Kentucky & Alabama, but nary a
mention of North Carolina.
On 9/9/2020 15:17:27, Daniel J. Matyola wrote:
> We are about 40 miles from the epicenter. We did not feel if/
> There was a quake of about the same magnitude on the Alaskan Peninsula
> while we were there. I was sleeping, and woke up at the time of the quake,
> even though I did not feel any of its effects.
> We sit atop something called the Peapack Fault. Every 5-10 years we
> experience a very mild (2.0 - 3.3) earthquake, but never any damage. Not
> like the one in CA.
> Dan Matyola
> On Wed, Sep 9, 2020 at 12:25 PM John <jsessoms002 at nc.rr.com> wrote:
>> PS: How close were you to this morning's New Jersey earthquake? Did it
>> wake you up?
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