Skip to comments.Quake rocks China-Russia-North Korea border region
Posted on 02/17/2010 6:15:29 PM PST by John W
BEIJING An earthquake with a preliminary magnitude of 6.8 struck Thursday morning in the region where China, Russia and North Korea meet, the U.S. Geological Survey reported.
The temblor hit about 9:15 a.m., and office towers in Beijing swayed slightly for about a minute.
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Quick, lets send them 5 billion U.S. dollars.
Seems a very deep quake.....
OMG. Did North Korea just lose electricity?
quake or nuke test....hmmmmm heh heh
No, wait! This image was taken BEFORE the earthquake.
Disgusting, isn’t it? Those poor folks because of the pot bellied pig that is running that country.
The view of the North, is Al Gore’s dream of how our nation should look.
That’s power-hungry communist dictatorships for you.
If it was a nuke test, it would be quite an achievement for North Korea to drill a hole 350 miles into the mantle to place a fairly high-yield thermonuclear device.
It's a (very) deep subduction earthquake.
Things that make Tesla go hmmm...wonder how HAARP is? -g-
You thinkin’ what I am?
“If it was a nuke test, it would be quite an achievement for North Korea to drill a hole 350 miles into the mantle to place a fairly high-yield thermonuclear device.
It’s a (very) deep subduction earthquake.”
Please tell me you didn’t take my comment seriously. Woops, too late for that. heh heh
I could tell a joke about those poor North Koreans digging deep for their short-crotch dictator, but it’d be real tacky. ;)
“GMTA” = ???
Great Minds Think Alike
I tell ya, I learn something new every day (and then pray I remember it). Thanks, John W.
John W. explained what that meant. And yes, GMTA, indeed. :)
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