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Why is it always sunny when there's an earthquake?
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[quote:Anonymous Coward 42811021:MV8yMjgzMzYyXzM4ODYyODAzXzYzNTNFNEQ4] [quote:Sensible Coward:MV8yMjgzMzYyXzM4ODYyNTA0X0Y1RUZFMjI4] Does this also mean earthquakes seldom happen at night? [/quote] perhaps there are high pressures over the areas hit by the big quakes at night? it's an interesting thought, but only trawling through loads of EQ and meteorological records will any meaningful connection be made i do remember snow falling during the last big Jap quake on the vids of it though [/quote]
I have never heard of an earthquake striking wile it was raining or snowing or whatever - only when it's sunny.
Why is this?
Is it because HAARP can only handle one thing at a time?
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