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1.06.2015

Another Irving/Dallas Earthquake At Around 3:10 p.m.


This one sounds bigger based upon initial reports.

I'm checking the Liberally Lean seismic equipment.

Developing . . .


Edit: If you read this on Wednesday morning, you're probably aware there were eight more over the next few hours.

12 comments:

Anonymous said...

Somehow, I doubt it was felt in Midland-Odessa as the image suggests.

Anonymous said...

Settle down, folks. It's just an aftershock from Gov. Christie jumping around in the owner's suite.

Anonymous said...

Cause the walls start shaking
The earth was quaking
My mind was aching
And we were making it
And you shook me all night long
Yeah you shook me all night long

DF Brian Johnson

Anonymous said...

Some fast food chain needs to take advantage of this. Half-price shakes the day after a quake.

It's all fun and ice cream until the big one hits.


DF Out-of-Work PR Guy

DF Dorothy (and ToTo too.) said...

Had one out in Snyder about the same time.

AUNTIE M, AUNTIE M!!!

Anonymous said...

A 3.0 is ten times more powerful than a 2.0, and a 4.0 is ten times more powerful than a 3.0. So, a 4.0 is one hundred times more powerful than a 2.0, a 5.0 is one THOUSAND times more powerful than a 2.0 (10x10x10)and so forth. Most people don't understand that's how it works.

HarveyLee said...

I hear Delkus is moving to CA where he will be safe from the quakes here.

Anonymous said...

In parts of Irving there is nothing left. Really bad damage centered in the middle of the immediately surrounding area that is just inside of the unaffected, outside area.

Anonymous said...

What does "developing" mean? Nothing is "developing". It's over. Couple of seconds, and done. And yet, it is somehow "developing".

Anonymous said...

A 6.6 magnitude occurred overnight SSE of Irving, according to the USGS website.

Anonymous said...

I call BS on the 6.6

Mr. Mike Honcho said...

7:01am, if by SSE of Irving you mean in the Pacific Ocean south of Panama, you might be correct.

Nothing on the USGS website about a 6.6 in Texas. Ever.

But there was a listing for one near Panama last night of a 6.6 scale.