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***BREAKING*** 5.2 Earthquake just hit between Oklahoma City and Tulsa

 
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***BREAKING*** 5.2 Earthquake just hit between Oklahoma City and Tulsa
[link to earthquake.usgs.gov]

Felt it all the way over in Arkansas


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11/06/2011 12:23 AM
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Re: ***BREAKING*** 5.2 Earthquake just hit between Oklahoma City and Tulsa
We felt it all way down southeastern oklahoma. Durant area.
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Re: ***BREAKING*** 5.2 Earthquake just hit between Oklahoma City and Tulsa
Felt it in st louis...crazy.
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Re: ***BREAKING*** 5.2 Earthquake just hit between Oklahoma City and Tulsa
upgraded to 5.6 the largest ever beat the 1952 5.5
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Re: ***BREAKING*** 5.2 Earthquake just hit between Oklahoma City and Tulsa
on Red River and we thought the tv was gonna fall. we felt it good.
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Re: ***BREAKING*** 5.2 Earthquake just hit between Oklahoma City and Tulsa
Ttownturd fell off the toilet
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Re: ***BREAKING*** 5.2 Earthquake just hit between Oklahoma City and Tulsa
Felt it pretty strong here in northeastern Oklahoma.

I have been in many, many earthquakes, some quite large, while living in California for 50+ years. I have experienced at least six in the 6.0 range, a couple in the 7.0 range, along with countless smaller ones, and aftershocks of the big ones.

I was actually online with CalTech seismology website when the Northridge Earthquake hit, and I gave the first report. I have developed a very good sense of magnitude, distance, and direction they are coming from, just from the way they feel.

What was really odd this time was that I had just got up and went to the kitchen to heat up some soup, and started thinking about earthquakes. Not 10 seconds into that thought, it hit, while I was thinking about it!abduct

Pretty weird, but nothing surprises me anymore.

So I apologize for manifesting that earthquake. I'll have to guard my thoughts more carefully in the future.
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Re: ***BREAKING*** 5.2 Earthquake just hit between Oklahoma City and Tulsa
Anything in the 5.0 range is a pretty healthy jolt, but if it gets into the 6.0 to 7.0 range, then there is cause for real concern. 8.0 or greater is horrendous, and you will know immediately who is the boss, and it isn't you.

I've been in a house that sounded, looked, and felt like ti was literally going to tear itself apart and come crashing down from the violent shaking. It's all you can do to stand. Walking in a straight line becomes impossible. It actually makes you feel dizzy.

The main thing is to get yourself to a spot where nothing can fall on your pointed little head. A bowling trophy falling off the fireplace mantle can kill you.

Instead of just running out in a blind panic, stand in the nearest doorway and brace yourself there firmly until the shaking subsides, or, if it doesn't, stay till you can mentally gather yourself, and your loved ones, and pick a safe path out of there, without panicking and getting hit in the head by falling items you aren't normally thinking about.

Wood framed houses are very flexible, and will bend, twist, and sway in moderate to extremely strong quakes. I have personally seen the doorway to my bedroom moving 6 inches in either direction. I thought it was going to fall for sure, but it didn't. Aside from everything in every cupboard and closet being thrown out onto the floor, and refrigerator that walked all the way across the kitchen, put a hole in the opposite wall, and then walked back again, the house came out remarkably well. Brick and stone houses are another story altogether.

Even if you live in a wood framed house, if you have a masonry or rock chimney, be aware that it would probably be the first thing to break and fall, hopefully not into your living room. I have seen many homes with chimneys after an earthquake, with the house intact, but the chimney snapped in half, and laying in the yard, or in the house. Consider that in your exit plan. I wouldn't want to end up under a falling chimney any more than getting hit by a speeding truck. There isn't much difference.

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