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Thread: Did Anyone Feel A Tremor at 7:35 pm?

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    Default Did Anyone Feel A Tremor at 7:35 pm?

    I was surprised to find a thread had not already been started. At 7:35 pm I'm sure I felt the ground shaking slightly, either for an unuisually long time or there were several very close together. I was eating supper in front of the TV and had my bare feet on the hard floor; it was through the feet that I felt what I am sure was a tremor. Not strong, but gave me a definite feeling that we were experiencing a tremor.

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    Phew, and I thought it was me. I can take the bottle of vodka back out of the freezer and make another for the road.

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    It is a big relief to me too, waytogo, to learn that I really did feel the vibration that I know I felt with my feet.

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    Default Any word on Haiti?

    We can only hope they have had any further aftershocks.

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    Ken2
    What part of the island are you in? According to USGS, Monte Plata had a 3.4 today. see link Latest Earthquakes in the World - Past 7 days hope this helps

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    I didn't feel a thing.
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    Nothing to report today:

    Agecodagis SAGE/IDA

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    I'm in Sosua. There was a definite vibration, but likely would not have felt it except I was barefoot

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    The graph is from a sismograph located in the French school in Santo Domingo, so if you're on the north coast that may be the reason we didn't feel a thing.

    By the way this is the link to the main page of the sismograph. You can see the data in real time:

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    Cheers

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    After the big quake in Sept 2003, I remember one night where the ground was vibrating, not an aftershock, but something weird, like a plate was sliding or something. It didn't show on the seismographs, but it was a strange feeling and many others felt it on the North Coast.

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