Earthquake shakes wide area of Southern California

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LOS ANGELES –  An earthquake with a preliminary magnitude of 5.1 has shaken a wide area of Southern California.

The U.S. Geological Survey’s automated monitoring system places the epicenter in the desert near Anza, about 100 miles southeast of Los Angeles.

The late morning quake was felt sharply in the local area. It was also felt in downtown Los Angeles and in Orange County.

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12 thoughts on “Earthquake shakes wide area of Southern California

    1. I hear ya Diggerdan. It’s been on my mind all day. I didn’t feel it as I’m up here in the San Luis Obispo County, but I am 15 miles away from Diablo Canyon Nuclear facility. :^(

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      1. Aw man Cathleen, I don`t know what would be worse, a nuke accident or a quake. I hate the Wi. winters but that would be the lesser of two evils compared to nukes and earthquakes. I wish I could get you guys outta there Cathleen and #1 and others.

        1. I wish I could just get myself outa here Diggerdan. Retirement on a fixed income is not all it’s cracked up to be.

          Even as I’m trying to change that, I don’t really know if I have enough time to accomplish my goal.

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  1. Got that right Digger.They have had over 100 1.0 to 2.5 in the last hour.This is kinda normal but it is a lot of aftershocks.Keeping an eye on it as i’m sure everyone over there is.

    1. Earthquakes are pretty common here. I really don’t pay much attention to them anymore, unless they’re big enough, and I’m close enough to the epicenter to get a decent shaking. Actually, I kind of like earthquakes, unless they’re so big they start bringing down the roof.

      I’m not nearly as concerned about natural quakes as I am about HAARP created ones.

  2. There’s a website (but I don’t have a link) where you can check to see if there’s been any concentration of H.A.A.R.P. energy being beamed over there, and if so, I would get the hell out of Dodge.

    I’ve heard that they can cause earthquakes, and if it’s true, California’s “big one” might be something they’d like to add to the chaos stew they’re brewing.

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