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El Nastio Boudin blanc Level: 95 Posts: 986/2391 EXP: 8472564 For next: 196074 Since: 14.1.02 From: Ottawa Ontario, by way of Walkerton Since last post: 10 days Last activity: 14 hours
ICQ: # 1 Posted on 24.2.06 1953.57 Reposted on: 24.2.13 1954.26 Ok, so it was probably like a 1.0 or less. But I swear we just had an earthquake here in Ottawa like half an hour ago! What's crazy is that me and my roommates are not only expecting more, we actually WANT more. Any other W's from Eastern Ontario (or the US equalilvent) feel something? Promote this thread!
CRZ Big Brother Administrator Level: 220 Posts: 7343/16883 EXP: 159509480 For next: 953053 Since: 9.12.01 From: ミネアポリス Since last post: 3 hours Last activity: 3 hours # 2 Posted on 24.2.06 2130.10 Reposted on: 24.2.13 2130.38 http://earthquake.usgs.gov/eqcenter/recenteqsww/Quakes/usjpad.php My apologies for not finding the *Canadian* Geological Survey's website and giving you THAT link. ;-) EDIT: On second thought, I'm a bigger man than that, so here ya go: http://www.seismo.nrcan.gc.ca/sig_eq_report/2006/20060225.013922/20060225.013922_e.php (edited by CRZ on 24.2.06 2137)
Canard Cotechino Level: 22 Posts: 16/93 EXP: 56462 For next: 1889 Since: 25.7.05 From: England Since last post: 55 days Last activity: 1 day # 3 Posted on 25.2.06 1439.14 Reposted on: 25.2.13 1440.10 Originally posted by El Nastio Ok, so it was probably like a 1.0 or less. It would certainly have been more than that - I was told by a geologist once that if an earthquake or tremor measures 3.5 or below, you probably won't feel it.
CRZ Big Brother Administrator Level: 220 Posts: 7345/16883 EXP: 159509480 For next: 953053 Since: 9.12.01 From: ミネアポリス Since last post: 3 hours Last activity: 3 hours # 4 Posted on 25.2.06 1444.03 Reposted on: 25.2.13 1444.18 It was a 4.5. ...which works out to a 5.2 after you apply the exchange rate. BA-DUM-BUM
cfgb Bierwurst Level: 86 Posts: 1250/1914 EXP: 6075092 For next: 67039 Since: 2.1.02 From: Ottawa, Ontario Since last post: 49 days Last activity: 19 hours # 5 Posted on 25.2.06 1557.22 Reposted on: 25.2.13 1557.26 Yeah, I was at a friend's birthday/poker game last night, and was out back getting beer out of the car. When I came back in, the room was yakking about an apparent earthquake that I'd somehow failed to feel. I'm guessing the snow and ice was plenty to keep me off balance.
El Nastio Boudin blanc Level: 95 Posts: 987/2391 EXP: 8472564 For next: 196074 Since: 14.1.02 From: Ottawa Ontario, by way of Walkerton Since last post: 10 days Last activity: 14 hours
ICQ: # 6 Posted on 26.2.06 0035.00 Reposted on: 26.2.13 0035.24 It's all new to me. I'm from the redneck belt, we don't get no earthquakes, just a bunch of snow. Now a running gag is us pounding on the floor of our house (all six of us) yelling "EARTHQUAKE!!!". Well, WE find it amusing. The neighbors probably don't though.
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