Skip to comments.BREAKING NEWS: 5.1 magnitude quake in southeast Spain kills 7, El Pais newspaper reports
Posted on 05/11/2011 11:39:13 AM PDT by SouthernClaire
Anyone have anything else on this yet?
Just caught the headline on MSN breaking news, but it’s not “clickable”. Will try to catch the news article asap.
Rome was on the schedule for today.
Still not much news coming out yet, but here’s a link:
Missed it by THIS much...
In some areas of Rome, around 50% of the businesses are closed as people are fleeing the city, in fear of an earthquake predicted for this day by someone decades ago.
Don’t know yet. Very little to go on at the moment.
God be with them.
Isn’t that weird? People were fleeing Rome yesterday because of an old prophesy and it hit Spain. Is Italy next? Very eerie.
Hey! It was supposed to hit ROME, Not SPAIN!.........................
An earlier prophesy of an earthquake in Rome was two days off. So the people of Rome are not off the hook. I find this very strange.
Imagine if they fled to Spain.!...........
"...Some researchers believe that a large landslide in the Canary Islands could generate a tsunami with basin-wide impact. Faults on the southwest side of La Palma Island associated with Cumbre Vieja Volcano could be the detachment surface of a mega-landslide..."
Woa! I wasn’t aware that Spain was on a fault line. Prayers up!
That’s what I was thinking, bunch of them probably thought Spain was far enough away to be safe!
That would have been my luck......stock markets, sales, lotteries, earthquakes.......watch what I do and then do the opposite.
” Woa! I wasnt aware that Spain was on a fault line. “
The Mediterranean Basin, and the Alps, are a major subduction zone - historically very seismically active...
Do you know the story of An Appointment in Samara?
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