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M 3.7 EQ Ontario-Quebec boarder. Same general region as EQ in NJ yesterday...are we building up to something in the North East?

 
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M 3.7 EQ Ontario-Quebec boarder. Same general region as EQ in NJ yesterday...are we building up to something in the North East?
Tuesday November 6 2012, 09:05:28 UTC 3 hours ago Ontario-Quebec border region, Canada 3.7 15.7 USGS Feed Deta

I read somewhere that there was some discussion of a series of possible quakes from the St. Lawerence River...New Madrid...Mid-Atlantic Ridge, like dominos. Over the past few months there has been quite a bit more activity in the East and North east than we have seen in the past.

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Re: M 3.7 EQ Ontario-Quebec boarder. Same general region as EQ in NJ yesterday...are we building up to something in the North East?
This activity has got me very worried.
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Re: M 3.7 EQ Ontario-Quebec boarder. Same general region as EQ in NJ yesterday...are we building up to something in the North East?
This activity has got me very worried.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 17888588


I live in the North East, by the ocean...I'm worried too.

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Re: M 3.7 EQ Ontario-Quebec boarder. Same general region as EQ in NJ yesterday...are we building up to something in the North East?
Don't kid yourself...a devestating EQ has happened here before.

1663 Charlevoix earthquake.
The 1663 Charlevoix earthquake occurred on February 5, 1663 in the Canadian province of Quebec, and was assessed to have a moment magnitude of between 7.3 and 7.9.[1] The earthquake occurred at 5:30 p.m. local time and was estimated to have a maximum perceived intensity of X (Intense) on the Mercalli intensity scale. The main shock epicentre is suggested to have occurred along the Saint Lawrence River,[2] between the mouth of the Malbaie River on the north and the mouth of the Ouelle River on the south. A large portion of eastern North America felt the effects.
[link to en.wikipedia.org]

Largest Earthquake in New York
Between Massena, New York and Cornwall, Ontario, Canada
1944 09 05 04:38:45.7 UTC (Local 09/04)
Magnitude 5.80
This severe earthquake was felt from Canada south to Maryland and from Maine west to Indiana. It caused property damage estimated at $2 million at Massena and Cornwall. Many chimneys in that area required rebuilding, and several structures were unsafe for occupancy until repaired. Residents of St. Lawrence County reported that many water wells went dry.

[link to earthquake.usgs.gov]

Largest Earthquake in New Jersey
New Jersey
1783 11 30 03:50 UTC (Local 11/29)
Magnitude 5.30

1812 New Madrid earthquake
The 1811–1812 New Madrid earthquakes /nuː ˈmædrɨd/ were an intense intraplate earthquake series beginning with an initial pair of very large earthquakes on December 16, 1811. These earthquakes remain the most powerful earthquakes to hit the eastern United States in recorded history.
There are estimates that the earthquakes were felt strongly over roughly 130,000 square kilometers (50,000 sq mi), and moderately across nearly 3 million square kilometers (1 million square miles). The historic 1906 San Francisco earthquake, by comparison, was felt moderately over roughly 16,000 km2 (6,200 sq mi).
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Re: M 3.7 EQ Ontario-Quebec boarder. Same general region as EQ in NJ yesterday...are we building up to something in the North East?
Don't kid yourself...a devestating EQ has happened here before.

1663 Charlevoix earthquake.
The 1663 Charlevoix earthquake occurred on February 5, 1663 in the Canadian province of Quebec, and was assessed to have a moment magnitude of between 7.3 and 7.9.[1] The earthquake occurred at 5:30 p.m. local time and was estimated to have a maximum perceived intensity of X (Intense) on the Mercalli intensity scale. The main shock epicentre is suggested to have occurred along the Saint Lawrence River,[2] between the mouth of the Malbaie River on the north and the mouth of the Ouelle River on the south. A large portion of eastern North America felt the effects.
[link to en.wikipedia.org]

Largest Earthquake in New York
Between Massena, New York and Cornwall, Ontario, Canada
1944 09 05 04:38:45.7 UTC (Local 09/04)
Magnitude 5.80
This severe earthquake was felt from Canada south to Maryland and from Maine west to Indiana. It caused property damage estimated at $2 million at Massena and Cornwall. Many chimneys in that area required rebuilding, and several structures were unsafe for occupancy until repaired. Residents of St. Lawrence County reported that many water wells went dry.

[link to earthquake.usgs.gov]

Largest Earthquake in New Jersey
New Jersey
1783 11 30 03:50 UTC (Local 11/29)
Magnitude 5.30

1812 New Madrid earthquake
The 1811–1812 New Madrid earthquakes /nuː ˈmædrɨd/ were an intense intraplate earthquake series beginning with an initial pair of very large earthquakes on December 16, 1811. These earthquakes remain the most powerful earthquakes to hit the eastern United States in recorded history.
There are estimates that the earthquakes were felt strongly over roughly 130,000 square kilometers (50,000 sq mi), and moderately across nearly 3 million square kilometers (1 million square miles). The historic 1906 San Francisco earthquake, by comparison, was felt moderately over roughly 16,000 km2 (6,200 sq mi).
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hidinghidinghiding
Thread: Just conducted a new research on annual big quakes that happened since 2010. August 20-September 2 2014???

Thread: Russian scientist predicts "Massive Earthquake" to hit Japan by end of 2014!!!

Thread: Japanese scientist predicts another major earthquake in Japan by 2017 -Japanese news!!!

"For 2 consecutive years, lots of rumors concerning big earthquakes and pole shifts caused by a celestial object to occur around the date of August 17 has been circulating on the internet from sources like John Moore and Mike Harris (Nibiru Aug 17 2012) and Pattie Brassard (Mag 15 quake Aug 17 2013).....Is there in any way a chance that the real date could actually be this year? .....August 17-27 2014????" ----Solar Guardian
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Re: M 3.7 EQ Ontario-Quebec boarder. Same general region as EQ in NJ yesterday...are we building up to something in the North East?
Don't kid yourself...a devestating EQ has happened here before.

1663 Charlevoix earthquake.
The 1663 Charlevoix earthquake occurred on February 5, 1663 in the Canadian province of Quebec, and was assessed to have a moment magnitude of between 7.3 and 7.9.[1] The earthquake occurred at 5:30 p.m. local time and was estimated to have a maximum perceived intensity of X (Intense) on the Mercalli intensity scale. The main shock epicentre is suggested to have occurred along the Saint Lawrence River,[2] between the mouth of the Malbaie River on the north and the mouth of the Ouelle River on the south. A large portion of eastern North America felt the effects.
[link to en.wikipedia.org]

Largest Earthquake in New York
Between Massena, New York and Cornwall, Ontario, Canada
1944 09 05 04:38:45.7 UTC (Local 09/04)
Magnitude 5.80
This severe earthquake was felt from Canada south to Maryland and from Maine west to Indiana. It caused property damage estimated at $2 million at Massena and Cornwall. Many chimneys in that area required rebuilding, and several structures were unsafe for occupancy until repaired. Residents of St. Lawrence County reported that many water wells went dry.

[link to earthquake.usgs.gov]

Largest Earthquake in New Jersey
New Jersey
1783 11 30 03:50 UTC (Local 11/29)
Magnitude 5.30

1812 New Madrid earthquake
The 1811–1812 New Madrid earthquakes /nuː ˈmædrɨd/ were an intense intraplate earthquake series beginning with an initial pair of very large earthquakes on December 16, 1811. These earthquakes remain the most powerful earthquakes to hit the eastern United States in recorded history.
There are estimates that the earthquakes were felt strongly over roughly 130,000 square kilometers (50,000 sq mi), and moderately across nearly 3 million square kilometers (1 million square miles). The historic 1906 San Francisco earthquake, by comparison, was felt moderately over roughly 16,000 km2 (6,200 sq mi).
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 Quoting: Solar Guardian


Just something to keep an eye on.
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Re: M 3.7 EQ Ontario-Quebec boarder. Same general region as EQ in NJ yesterday...are we building up to something in the North East?
1775

Boston - Cape Ann/North Shore

'The Cape Ann Earthquake took place off the coast of the British Province of Massachusetts Bay (the present-day American commonwealth of Massachusetts) on November 18, 1755. At between 6.0 and 6.3 on the Richter scale, it remains the largest earthquake in the history of Massachusetts. It damaged hundreds of buildings in Boston and was felt as far north as Nova Scotia and as far south as South Carolina. Sailors on a ship more than 200 miles (320 km) offshore felt the quake, and mistook it at first for their ship running aground. '

[link to en.wikipedia.org]
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Re: M 3.7 EQ Ontario-Quebec boarder. Same general region as EQ in NJ yesterday...are we building up to something in the North East?
1775

Boston - Cape Ann/North Shore

'The Cape Ann Earthquake took place off the coast of the British Province of Massachusetts Bay (the present-day American commonwealth of Massachusetts) on November 18, 1755. At between 6.0 and 6.3 on the Richter scale, it remains the largest earthquake in the history of Massachusetts. It damaged hundreds of buildings in Boston and was felt as far north as Nova Scotia and as far south as South Carolina. Sailors on a ship more than 200 miles (320 km) offshore felt the quake, and mistook it at first for their ship running aground. '

[link to en.wikipedia.org]
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Re: M 3.7 EQ Ontario-Quebec boarder. Same general region as EQ in NJ yesterday...are we building up to something in the North East?
The 1929 Magnitude 7.2
"Grand Banks" earthquake
and tsunami

Local Date and Time: November 18, 1929 at 5:02 pm Newfoundland time
UT Date and Time: 1929-11-18 20:32 UT
Magnitude: MW 7.2; MS 7.2; mB 7.1
Maximum Intensity: (Rossi Forel) VI
Latitude: 44.69° N
Longitude: 56.00° W
Depth: 20 km

The tsunami was recorded along the eastern seaboard as far south as South Carolina and across the Atlantic Ocean in Portugal.
[link to www.earthquakescanada.nrcan.gc.ca]
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