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WVUE – Reports of rumbling, shaking across Southwest Louisiana

By Michael Cooper

SOUTHWEST LOUISIANA (KPLC) – Starting around noon on Wednesday, KPLC began receiving reports about rumblings felt across Southwest Louisiana. 164 more words

Louisiana

WHY DON'T CHILEANS RUN WHEN EARTHQUAKES OCCUR? (TRANSLATION)

Article by Carolina Robino published online at BBC Mundo.  Read the original in Spanish here

One of the things that has most interested British journalists that are covering the earthquake which devastated the north of Chile on Tuesday is why people don’t run in terror while objects fall around them. 850 more words

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Notes on 4-6-14

“Chile another one.. hold still.. hold on.. lights out.. that way farther south.. the oreo broken..”  I had a visual of two numbers being pushed 1 – 8. 224 more words

World Predictions

Earth to quake in April

In recent weeks there have been several earthquakes of significance around the world.  While this is a standard occurrence, as months rarely go by without some level of seismic activity felt somewhere in the world, it is important to keep a finger on the pulse of the Earth, so to say.  1,342 more words

Nostradamus

Aftershocks rattle Chile as military keeps order

IQUIQUE, Chile (AP) — Coastal residents of Chile’s far north spent a second sleepless night outside their homes as major aftershocks continued Thursday following a magnitude-8.2 earthquake that damaged several thousand homes and caused six deaths. 634 more words

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Could B.C. deal with an earthquake as strong as the one that hit Chile?

WATCH ABOVE: Coastal residents of Chile’s far-north spent a second sleepless night outside their homes on Thursday after a major aftershock rattled an area.

VANCOUVER – This week’s magnitude-8.2 earthquake off the coast of Chile is a reminder of how easy British Columbia has gotten off when it comes to destructive earthquakes. 867 more words

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4/02/2014 -- ENTIRE Ring of Fire showing wave activity on NOAA's Buoy Monitor

The entire Pacific Plate is showing wave movement being picked up by NOAA’s Buoy monitoring program. From Alaska to New Zealand, from Chile to Japan. 48 more words

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