[LMB] OT: Breaking News—really?
ravenclaweric at gmail.com
Tue Oct 15 18:54:24 BST 2019
The first time I was ever in an earthquake was in Taipei. I was up about
ten stories in the Taipei Language Institute's classrooms, when all of a
sudden, just as I sat down, it felt like the chair was breaking under me.
It wasn't---the whole building was shaking. We foreign students,
Midwesterners and Easterners all, were freaking out, and the locals were
hugely amused. We could see bits of rubbish falling off the building, and
could hear a rumble, but it wasn't bad.
I also remember feeling a fairly strong shock one time when I was out in
Riverside, CA, at my brother's house.
On Tue, Oct 15, 2019 at 12:20 PM Aruvqan <aruvqan at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 10/15/2019 3:46 AM, A. Marina Fournier wrote:
> > You did know I’m a tectonics geek, right? The day before, I’d visited
> the US Geological Service in Menlo Park, before meeting a friend for
> dinner, up on business. Yes, I was checking out where the major faults
> were, and Kurt claims the USGS decided to flip a switch to demonstrate.
> > I am absolutely fascinated with Iceland, and there are even other
> reasons I want to go.
> > OBBujold: when there is a tectonic map of Sergyar, I want to see it. Any
> mineral hot springs? Geysers?
> The shake back in July was my first real earthquake that was noticable
> [I mean I vaguely remember a 'was that a truck going past' shaker on the
> east coast once] and I found it interesting =)
> And when we are finally out in Nevada and have a spare room, listees are
> more than welcome to visit, we can have a picnic at the hot spring and
> enjoy a soak =)
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