Skip to comments.Series of moderate earthquakes shakes central Oklahoma (Yellowstone just had a 3.0 moments ago)
Posted on 04/16/2013 3:26:39 AM PDT by Gorilla44
The U.S. Geological Survey says several earthquakes have shaken central Oklahoma.
USGS geophysicist Jana Pursley says the temblors began around 1:45 a.m. Tuesday and all were centered northeast of Oklahoma City. She said three earthquakes have been confirmed and that she was working on a confirming a possible fourth. She says the strongest was a magnitude 4.3 quake centered near the town of Luther.
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“(Yellowstone just had a 3.0 moments ago)”
Maybe Yellowstone is ready to blow and put an end to the Obamination.
Might be the only cure for the Commie takeover of America.
Utah is prepping for the big one
Loosing all of flyover country is probably not the way to go.
Wonder if Woody Harrelson was in the area?
7.8 in Iran the latest.
Iran just happened at 6:44 AM EDT.
Dog was acting really weird at midnight last night (shortly before the OK quakes). All whiny and wanting to get in the bed (she is way too fat to jump and usually never leaves her own). Refused to go out. They can sense things we can’t, that’s for sure.
I'm 53 and have lived in Oklahoma City all of my life. First earthquake I ever felt was last year. It was much stronger. But before that I never realized you could hear these things coming. You hear the sound before the ground begins to shake.
I'd rather watch the tornadoes than deal with the earthquakes though :)
If Yellowstone 'goes', the whole earth is likely to go into a nuclear/cosmic winter.
Only 10,000 people worldwide survived the last super-volcano eruption.
“The strongest was 4.3.”
This is news? Gee whiz. Come back when they’re over 6.8.
There are literally dozens of earthquakes of magnitude 2.5 - 4.0 every day in Northern California at The Geysers.
Every single day.
The Northridge quake arrived suddenly, no pre-quake noise at all where we were (2 miles from the epicenter).
There was a huge BANG! and then several minutes (felt like hours) of listening to every glass object in the house falling on the tiles and shattering.
Stinkin’ thing opened our cupboards and shook out all our stuff and smashed it. We kissed our knick-knacks goodbye, and our library was a jumble of tossed bookshelves and piles of books and bookends.
My GS1100 fell on the Trans Am, and both were damaged.
We were several weeks without power, and the FD had to send a pumper to keep up our water pressure in the neighborhood.
THAT was an earthquake.
We had a 6 something earthquake about a year back. The first one I’ve ever felt being a native oklahoman. I don’t like “em”. I’d be okay with California keeping all the earthquakes for our country. :)
Yes. Well, we live in Ohio now. Been here for about 9 years, and the only quake we’ve felt was that DC shaker. By the time it got here, it was a 3.0.