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Friday, February 18, 2011

Just Because You Can't Feel It....

Doesn't mean it's not worrisome! Seismologists have noted that the earth under Mt. St. Helens is still rattling at times following Monday's 4.3 magnitude earthquake, though most of the quakes are too small to be felt. For more details check out the article on the Daily News website here.

Experts contend that the movement is not due to volcanic activity, but that really doesn't make me feel any better about the situation.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I subscribed to the USGS earthquake notification alerts, and there seems to be an increase of quakes "in diverse places" all over the globe...many of which, are scattered around the ring of fire. Also, the Yellowstone cauldera is starting to swell about 3" per year; Arkansas is experiencing earthquake swarms not far from where birds and fish were found dead. Something is afoot!