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Earthquake Today Aug 23rd 2011

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Well, in NJ it felt like the equivalent of a 3.0 quake ..... wow, it was NOT a good feeling.

Coincidentally, the Almanac says that when the Moon Rides High, it starts a 5-day period where it is most likely to have earthquakes in the Northern Hemisphere.

I'm a believer. No wonder all the cats wanted to sit in my lap!

Anyone else experience this? As if a Hurricane on the way isn't bad enough!

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We didn't feel it down here,

We didn't feel it down here, but, my son in NC did..also my nephew in DC obviously. Used to feel them all the time when I lived in AK!

YB
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Up here in Western PA

Some felt it, some did not. I was at my desk and never knew we had one till I was told so.
The wife said she felt the bed shaking a little...

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we never knew it

But some people in RI experienced shaking.@ Redmink,VERY SCARY! the animals always sense natural disasters.Our cat Harleys' only worst natural disaster is to be not fed on time: )

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Some of the girls I work with

Some of the girls I work with said they felt some shaking on some of the floors in the hospital. I was in the basement at the time it occurred. didn't feel a thing.


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