I just felt the Earth shaking
In more literal earth shaking news, Puerto Rico is having earthquakes for the first time in centuries:
It’s been going on longer then that. My parents live in Puerto Rico and they earthquakes here and there. It just so happens that they are having a lot of after shocks. She said she hasn’t felt many of them but this morning at 530am the time there the 5.8 she really felt and called me scared that this one was stronger. In fact I was speaking to her again around 950 and we was talking about it and she was watching the news when she said that the reporters are running outside cause the ground was shaking.
This after shocks have been going on for over a week now. I called her on the first quake and she told me she felt it but not much. The worst part of all these earthquakes is that a tourist attraction has been ruined. I hope they stop soon. My mom accidentally locked my dad in the house during one 😂 so she says.
I heard there was also a 6.4 this morning in Puerto Rico early this morning and it hit the country pretty hard with lots of damage and at least one death. I hope your family is safe.
They are ok but very scared they said they never felt one this strong. Almost the whole island is without electricity at this moment and gas shortage already started. I hope the tremors stop. They have had too many after shocks
A 6.4 is a very strong earthquake indeed and would certainly be felt over a wide area. I am happy your family is ok and can imagine their fear and worry. I feel so sorry for the people in Puerto Rico having to be thrust into darkness again and dealing with Mother Nature stress again.
During our last remote viewing session in November, I felt volcanic activities would pick up on the west coast, in th eocaen near California. I was told that since the begining of January a lot of valcanic eruptions happened on the southern hemisphere. About 3 weeks aog, I felt a huge volcanic eruption would happen in Iceland. I disnissed it but it's coming back to me again. @Coyote mentioined Katla in Iceland. Has anyone else had that feeling?
My Co-worker just said that her brother was knocked out of bed just now in Salt Lake City with a 5.7 magnitude Earthquake!
Yes, Utah just had a 5.7, that's a big one. It was between Provo and Ogden. Power is out in some places.
They needed to close the airport in Salt Lake, there was damage.
My twin brother also lives in Salt Lake, and he too was woken up by the quake.
Wow! Idaho just had a 6.5 earthquake. First Salt Lake a week and a half ago and now Idaho. That is a good sized quake and in an odd area.
We had an earthquake here earlier this evening. I was just sitting down to watch some TV and eat some gluten free pizza with my husband, and I felt my chair shake as I took my first bite. It's the best GF pizza in the world, but not that good!
It was a 4.9 out near Anza, which is where went hiking a few weeks ago. The earthquakes we feel here are interesting - when you realize what's going on, you can feel the seismic wave pass under you.
I was slightly unsure so I texted my neighbors: "Earthquake?" "Yep for sure" they said. Which prompted me to text: "Perfect. Cue the raining frogs. Just in time for Passover."
Not sure if this will qualify as a hit for anyone, but sharing it here:
(I know earthquakes are common for the area, but with all the upheaval going on in the world right now, figured this was just one more thing)
In another indicator of the earth shaking, we just hit 417 parts per million carbon in the atmosphere—the highest level of greenhouse gases in human history. I guess Covid didn’t solve the climate problem in spite of all those grounded airplanes.
The level of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere drives global warming which in turn is known to drive earthquakes. For decades psychics have predicted not only a coastline changing sea level rise but a rise in earthquakes That will change the map of the US.
Yikes. You would have thought that would have reduced a little bit from the virus.
Will there be a super volcano eruption in September?