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Earthquakes are serious stuff, I know. But when I was real little, I always went to this science center with my family. They had an earthquake simulator there, and I would spend hours riding it, lol. It was so much fun!
I know a real earthquake would be totally different, but I really don`t fear them because of that.
Anddd, I think I`m rambling.
…um, so find someone who cares. Got news for you folks, there`s a MUCH BIGGER one coming your way. Not IF, its WHEN. It`ll be such an unforeseeable tragedy when it happens of course....
And Hurricanes are awesome. They happen during school. If I could survive Andrew I could survive any hurricane
thats what she said
Is California, a bad place to be earthquake wise. Where im from the ground stays still, but im considering UCLA.
And phasoo, why do you go back so early? That sucks. :[ I don`t go back till the 27th...
i can understand august.but july? come on.
If it makes you feel any better, I go back to school a week from tomorrow.
More importantly, what were those kids doing in school in the middle of summer?
I`m a geologist, and I don`t mean to alarm any Californians but... this quake looks like it was on the Elsinore fault. It`s the San Andreas fault`s little kid sister. And the San Andreas has been locked along 80-90% of it`s length for a looooong time now...
I won`t be moving to California anytime soon.
Lol :P, Fancy, what were you doing drinking martinis at like 12 in the afternoon?
I didn`t feel a thing!
WE`RE ALL GONNA DIE(..eventually)
Been worse quakes, really.
I have a friend who was visiting that exact area and flew out today, just missing the quake.