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Quake strikes in Indian Ocean; no tsunami threat
[Updated at 1:49 p.m.] The Pacific Tsunami Warning Center said there is no threat of a destructive widespread tsunami, according to historical earthquake and tsunami data, though a "very small" possibility exists "of a local tsunami that could affect coasts" no more than 62 miles (100 km) from the epicenter, the warning center said.
might as well start a thread
you're an idiot
- someone offended me in the internetsCALLES
- that didn't mean start an of the day threadquack
- trust me we have more idiotic "of the days" than this. whenever we have another quake we have a threadCALLES
- nope. this is the stupidest yet.sequoia
- Calles is nervousrosskemp
- earthquack of the day thenPixter
- so stupid it's over 500 posts :)PonyBoy
A 4.5 rocked my pants, a Tsunami warning has been issued.
DoktorDavid, nice link. I can't believe CALLES' of the Day thread idea didn't get a chance to become the internet's repository for leading earthquake information.
- what a racksigg
- they didn't interact w/the earthquake as one might hope... ... fake?PonyBoy
- nice boobs!JazX
- yeah thought this was ajoke and her jugz were gonna flop out. who is she? she has to have them out somewhere74LEO
- I love boobs so much.section_014
- it reminds me jay and silet bob strike back - the ending sceneVikingKingEleven
I made a sweet widget a few years ago when I worked at Yahoo! that was a Jello mold sitting on your desktop getting info fed to it from the USGS that would wiggle around and tell you the size and location when earthquakes happened. http://thingsyoucando.com/wiglet…
Little did I know that a tremor occurs like every 30 seconds, so the thing would almost constantly wiggle and become annoying as all hell.
Another mistake was making it to run on Konfabulator.
It's sister widget that was a popsicle which melted while being fed UV meter data never happened.
I think I feel something....
Guadalupe Victoria, Baja California: 6.9 magnitude at 3:40 p.m. according to the U.S. Geological Survey.
Felt it here in Phoenix!
Minor tremor here in SF.
LOS ANGELES – Minor damage has been reported in Mexico's northern Baja California after a magnitude-7.2 earthquake that was felt in Southern California, Arizona and Nevada.
The largest earthquake in the region in nearly 18 years struck at 3:40 p.m. Sunday more than 100 miles southeast of San Diego.
Tijuana Fire Chief Rafael Carillo says firefighters were rescuing people trapped in a hotel elevator. He says firefighters so far are receiving reports of only minor damage.
That is so crazy I am in Silverlake right now and did not feel a thing.
I felt it, we all run out of my place to the street, it was intense man
felt it in culver city...