Okay, Enough With the Earthquakes

At about 8:22 PM tonight, another earthquake hit Ridgecrest California. This time it was a 7.1 which is considerably stronger as the scale is logarithmic.

Las Vegas is about 120 miles from the epicenter and so all we felt was some wave action but you could definitely feel it.

Hopefully this is not a harbinger of things to come.

Stay safe folks.

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5 Responses to Okay, Enough With the Earthquakes

  1. Mark K says:

    According to the USGS (https://earthquake.usgs.gov/earthquakes/eventpage/ci38457511/oaf/commentary ) aftershocks for the next week are almost certain. They says there’s a 96% probability of 0 to 8 magnitude 5 or greater.

    Stay safe out there.

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  2. kdaddy23 says:

    Yeah, from what I’ve read so far, the first was a foreshock that led to the second quake and part of what they call an earthquake sequence, meaning there will be more to follow so batten down the hatches!

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  3. LarryArcher says:

    Let’s hope that the 7.1 is the biggest and I’m just glad that we’re just barely feeling it. I heard that people on top of the Stratosphere were knocked down by the swaying. I feel for the people in California around Ridgecrest.

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  4. Hope this was the biggest and last!
    Though if one hit during a party, it would give new meaning to the old saw “The earth moved for me”…

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    • LarryArcher says:

      That would be interesting as the motion is almost surreal and it takes a second to realize that everything is moving. By the time the shockwave gets to us, it’s an undulating wave and not scary at all. Our area is seismically active also but we’ve never experienced anything above a 3 or 4 if memory serves me right. I know that we can have a “big” one but so far so good.

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