Tuesday, March 13, 2007

The big one comming?

Noticing a slight trend here.

CLEVELAND -- A representative from the Golden Colorado Seismic Center confirms there was some type of a small earthquake.
Preliminary reports say the magnitude was 3.6 and the location was 4 miles south of Mantua.

Viewers from Aurora, Brecksville, Brunswick, Chagrin Falls, Hudson, Macedonia, Northfield, North Royalton, Reminderville, Richfield, Silver Lake, Solon, Stow, Streetsboro, Twinsburg, Walton Hills, as well as a number of other cities felt the rumble.

There have been no reports of damage.

This is the latest in earthquakes and global activities that seem out of place perhaps? A Volcano eruption last week in Montserrat A week before that a Volcano in Columbia erupts and then an Earth Quake in the Dominican Republic this weekend. Earlier today also a Volcano in Russia erupts?

All coincidental?
I hope so. But the fact that California hasn't had a major Earth Quake is a bit concerning. Cali people, make sure you have your kits ready. But lets all hope this is not a prelude to the BIG ONE.

1 comment:

LRO said...

It's All Bush's fault!!!!
No wait! It's Global Warming AND Bush's fault! Yeah!!!