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7.7 magnitude B.C. quake sends tremors rippling across U.S.

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7.7 magnitude B.C. quake sends tremors rippling across U.S.
by The Extinction Protocol
October 29, 2012 – CALIFORNIA - While the East Coast is bracing for the onslaught of Hurricane Sandy, southern California is contending with a pair of small earthquakes which struck Sunday. NBC reported that the tremors measured 3.9 on the Richter scale. Buildings shook in downtown Los Angeles, but no damages or injuries were reported. UPI reported that the first quake hit at 12:47 a.m., beginning from a depth of 11 miles. Its epicenter was 66 miles north of San Diego. The next one occurred at 8:24 a.m., with the epicenter five miles east of Santa Clarita, 24 miles north of Los Angeles. California was struck by a 3.5 magnitude earthquake a week earlier. It occurred at 1:40 p.m. near the City of Blue Lake, which is over 200 miles east of Sacramento. Sunday’s quake occurred three hours after a 7.7 magnitude tremor hit the west coast of Canada, which led to a brief tsunami warning in Hawaii. The Los Angeles Times reported that no warnings were issued for California at that time. –The Celebrity Café

Arkansas tremor felt in Memphis: An earthquake that registered 3.9 on the Richter Scale hit eastern Arkansas this morning, and was felt by several Memphis-area residents as well. According to the US Geological Survey website, the tremor hit around 7:39 a.m. The epicenter was about 6 miles from Parkin, Ark., and about 30 miles from Memphis. Several Memphis residents are chattering on social media about the several seconds of tremors that shook Midtown this morning. “About 8 minutes ago, felt about 8-10 seconds of tremors in midtown,” tweeted @JeffGinMEM around 7:50 a.m. Monday. Memphis resident Jada Love posted on her Facebook, “Did anyone else in Midtown Memphis feel earthquake tremors...?” Tiffany Renee Daniel responded, “I’m in Southaven and I swear I just felt something too I was just sitting here trying to explain it away.” Love lives in a fourth-story apartment and said she could hear a low rumbling and felt her couch shake. She said her parents, who are in the Bartlett/Arlington area, did not feel anything. A magnitude 7.7 earthquake struck off the west coast of Canada on Saturday, but there were no reports of major damage. In early October, WREG-TV reported that earthquakes elsewhere in the world can trigger tiny earthquakes on the New Madrid Fault, which sits beneath Memphis. Seismologist Dr. Christine Power with the University of Memphis Earthquake Center told WREG people need to stay concerned about the New Madrid fault which still holds many mysteries, “Our big danger comes from this fault system that we really don’t understand why we have it, so that means our danger’s going to come from here and not from somewhere else in the world. Our danger is right here.” The University of Memphis’ Center for Earthquake Research and Information has not posted anything yet. –Clarion Ledger

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B.C. shaken by dozens of aftershock following powerful earthquake
by The Extinction Protocol
October 29, 2012 – VANCOUVER — The second largest earthquake in Canadian history was still rattling nerves Sunday, with aftershocks off the northern coast of British Columbia. On Saturday night, a massive 7.7 magnitude earthquake hit about 30 kilometres north of Sandspit, B.C., in the Haida Gwaii islands shortly after 8 p.m. local time, sending tremors north through the island chain and south as far as Metro Vancouver. It was the largest earthquake to be felt in Canada since an 8.1-magnitude quake in the same region back in 1949. A surprisingly strong 6.4-magnitude aftershock in the same area shook residents again Sunday afternoon around 2 p.m. Earthquake expert Brent Ward from Simon Fraser University said he expects aftershocks for days ahead, but generally in the 4- to 5-magnitude range. “We don’t really understand how to predict earthquakes enough to know if something like this could be an indicator of a larger earthquake in the same vicinity occurring in the future,” Ward said Sunday. “If we get another earthquake that’s greater than 7.7, it wouldn’t be an aftershock, it would be a new earthquake.” Saturday’s massive quake also caused a sleepless night for a whole section of western North America, watching and waiting for a tsunami warning to pass. Based on historical records, earthquakes in the area of Saturday evening’s rumblings don’t generally trigger tsunamis, Ward said. But he added that evacuations are a worth the effort because tsunami waves can sweep through coastal communities with devastating consequences. Neil Goodwin, a fishing lodge manager from Sandspit, was in his living room Saturday night when the rumbling started. “It was the kind of shaking that if you weren’t holding onto something, you’d be on the floor,” he said. “It wasn’t very violent for probably the first 10 seconds, and then it really amped up.” As the power cut out, Goodwin, 35, used the flashlight on his cell phone to find his two dogs and escape his house. He didn’t have time to assess the damage or find his cat. Goodwin drove to one of two hills designated as safety point in tsunami drills, where he stood with his neighbours and watched the waves grow in size and strength. “Within 10 minutes, pretty much 90 per cent of everyone in town was in one of the two points,” he said. In Queen Charlotte, Canadian Coast Guard Malcolm Dunderdale spent a sleepless night in the dark after the power cut out within seconds of the shaking, which he said lasted about 30 to 45 seconds. After gathering his cellphone, mobile radios and general tsunami kits, plus blankets and pillows, Dunderdale said, there was nothing to do but wait. The earthquake also triggered tsunami warnings in Alaska, Washington, Oregon, California and Hawaii. The last of the tsunami advisories were lifted Sunday morning. The biggest waves — about 1.5 metres high — appeared to hit Maui, the Associated Press reported. There were no immediate reports of damage, though one person died in a fatal crash near a road that was closed because of the threat near Oahu’s north shore. –The Star

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