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earthquake felt in Athens, Greece (edited)

 
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earthquake felt in Athens, Greece (edited)
I didnt feel it but it seems many did

I read 5.8 at the Aegean Sea??

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Re: earthquake felt in Athens, Greece (edited)
I didnt feel it but it seems many did

I read 5.8 at the Aegean Sea??
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2013-01-08 14:15:00.0 39.00 N 26.00 E 1 mb 5.9 A NEAR THE COAST OF WESTERN TURKEY LED

1 minute and 8 seconds before the Aegean Sea quake according to the sensors
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Re: earthquake felt in Athens, Greece (edited)
Probably was a very shallow quake, or one larger that usgs downgraded. 10.0 km depth.

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Re: earthquake felt in Athens, Greece (edited)
Probably was a very shallow quake, or one larger that usgs downgraded. 10.0 km depth.
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Reports are coming in it was actually recorded as a 6.4.
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Re: earthquake felt in Athens, Greece (edited)
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Re: earthquake felt in Athens, Greece (edited)
yes it is breaking news here now
it is between limnos and mitilini islands

now i see a new quake 4.1 at serbia??
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Re: earthquake felt in Athens, Greece (edited)
Thread: 5.8 mg earthquake in Turkey.

the same one, we felt it too
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Re: earthquake felt in Athens, Greece (edited)
Thread: 5.8 mg earthquake in Turkey.

the same one, we felt it too
 Quoting: Gregor Samsa


yes it is the same one! they felt it in sofia, bulgaria too.
We felt it all over greece (athens too)
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Thread: 5.8 mg earthquake in Turkey.

the same one, we felt it too
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yes it is the same one! they felt it in sofia, bulgaria too.
We felt it all over greece (athens too)
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wow it effected a very large area, Izmir, ıstanbul, Greece, Bulgaria
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Re: earthquake felt in Athens, Greece (edited)
yes it is breaking news here now
it is between limnos and mitilini islands

now i see a new quake 4.1 at serbia??
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i see it also now been deleted of emsc
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Re: earthquake felt in Athens, Greece (edited)
By the way according to Kandilli (Turkish Geological Survey institute) it was 6.2.
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Re: earthquake felt in Athens, Greece (edited)
Ostria, this is the infamous Anatolia fault, right? It was felt, in Greece, Turkey and Bulgaria...
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Re: earthquake felt in Athens, Greece (edited)
yes it is breaking news here now
it is between limnos and mitilini islands

now i see a new quake 4.1 at serbia??
 Quoting: Ostria1


i see it also now been deleted of emsc
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1507618


they still have show it here.. but it could be the same one felt there too?

[link to quakes.globalincidentmap.com]
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Re: earthquake felt in Athens, Greece (edited)
Ostria, this is the infamous Anatolia fault, right? It was felt, in Greece, Turkey and Bulgaria...
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I think it is on the fault.. let me find a map

Gregor our institute agreed it was 5.8 but i dont know if I believe them.
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Re: earthquake felt in Athens, Greece (edited)
Felt in Athens from Lemnos?
damned
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Re: earthquake felt in Athens, Greece (edited)
Followed by a 3.5 and a 3.3.

[link to www.earthquakes.gr]

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Re: earthquake felt in Athens, Greece (edited)
Felt in Athens from Lemnos?
damned
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check the pinned thread.. it is on the anatolian fault line
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Re: earthquake felt in Athens, Greece (edited)
Felt in Athens from Lemnos?
damned
 Quoting: insertfunnyusername


check the pinned thread.. it is on the anatolian fault line
 Quoting: Ostria1


Missed the pinned one. I suggest pin on this one.tounge Thnx.

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Re: earthquake felt in Athens, Greece (edited)
Ostria, this is the infamous Anatolia fault, right? It was felt, in Greece, Turkey and Bulgaria...
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 31752588


I think it is on the fault.. let me find a map

Gregor our institute agreed it was 5.8 but i dont know if I believe them.
 Quoting: Ostria1


According to some experts this is not the North Anatolia fault.
Ostria, Turkish sources insist on 6.2. I don't know but maybe since they have sensors closer to that area 1dunno1
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Re: earthquake felt in Athens, Greece (edited)
I wonder where the next one will hit. When there were a few quakes like this a couple of days ago, the bigger one hit in Alaska, and then the quakes slowed down for a bit. I never guess correctly, but I still try
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Re: earthquake felt in Athens, Greece (edited)
I didnt feel it but it seems many did

I read 5.8 at the Aegean Sea??
 Quoting: Ostria1


Ναρκωτικά.
Ti fash,oute ellhnika den mporw na grapsw? >.>
sthn 8essalonikh den eniosa xristo,btw

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Re: earthquake felt in Athens, Greece (edited)
Felt in Athens from Lemnos?
damned
 Quoting: insertfunnyusername


check the pinned thread.. it is on the anatolian fault line
 Quoting: Ostria1


Missed the pinned one. I suggest pin on this one.tounge Thnx.
 Quoting: insertfunnyusername


lol no.. the german guy got it first
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Re: earthquake felt in Athens, Greece (edited)
Ostria, this is the infamous Anatolia fault, right? It was felt, in Greece, Turkey and Bulgaria...
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 31752588


I think it is on the fault.. let me find a map

Gregor our institute agreed it was 5.8 but i dont know if I believe them.
 Quoting: Ostria1


According to some experts this is not the North Anatolia fault.
Ostria, Turkish sources insist on 6.2. I don't know but maybe since they have sensors closer to that area 1dunno1
 Quoting: Gregor Samsa


yes it could be so, i dont know either.
but it lasted quite long, it was shallow and it was felt in a wide area. I guess the waves moved to Bulgaria (many reports there) and south towards Athens (many reports here too)
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Re: earthquake felt in Athens, Greece (edited)
Felt in Athens from Lemnos?
damned
 Quoting: insertfunnyusername


check the pinned thread.. it is on the anatolian fault line
 Quoting: Ostria1


Missed the pinned one. I suggest pin on this one.tounge Thnx.
 Quoting: insertfunnyusername


lol no.. the german guy got it first
 Quoting: Ostria1


Yeah, i can see that now, lol, panic mode got to me it seems.
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Re: earthquake felt in Athens, Greece (edited)
I didnt feel it but it seems many did

I read 5.8 at the Aegean Sea??
 Quoting: Ostria1


Ναρκωτικά.
Ti fash,oute ellhnika den mporw na grapsw? >.>
sthn 8essalonikh den eniosa xristo,btw
 Quoting: gorgi991


george den grafei ellinika edw.
kalytera den les? na min xypnane palies mnimes stin saloniki
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Re: earthquake felt in Athens, Greece (edited)
I wonder where the next one will hit. When there were a few quakes like this a couple of days ago, the bigger one hit in Alaska, and then the quakes slowed down for a bit. I never guess correctly, but I still try
 Quoting: Etta


i noticed small one in alaska and west us right after this one
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Re: earthquake felt in Athens, Greece (edited)
Felt in Athens from Lemnos?
damned
 Quoting: insertfunnyusername


check the pinned thread.. it is on the anatolian fault line
 Quoting: Ostria1


Missed the pinned one. I suggest pin on this one.tounge Thnx.
 Quoting: insertfunnyusername


lol no.. the german guy got it first
 Quoting: Ostria1


Hey Greeks, it's Turkish earthquake, don't try to steal it tounge Lol, i am joking.hf
To know means to know all. Not to know all means not to know. In order to know all, it is only necessary to know a little. But, in order to know this little, it is first necessary to know pretty much.
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Re: earthquake felt in Athens, Greece (edited)
Hey Greeks, it's Turkish earthquake, don't try to steal it tounge Lol, i am joking.hf
 Quoting: Gregor Samsa


chuckle
Hehe, hello GS. hf

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Re: earthquake felt in Athens, Greece (edited)
Hey Greeks, it's Turkish earthquake, don't try to steal it tounge Lol, i am joking.hf
 Quoting: Gregor Samsa


chuckle
Hehe, hello GS. hf
 Quoting: insertfunnyusername


Hello my friend hi
To know means to know all. Not to know all means not to know. In order to know all, it is only necessary to know a little. But, in order to know this little, it is first necessary to know pretty much.
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Re: earthquake felt in Athens, Greece (edited)
Hey Greeks, it's Turkish earthquake, don't try to steal it tounge Lol, i am joking.hf
 Quoting: Gregor Samsa


chuckle
Hehe, hello GS. hf
 Quoting: insertfunnyusername


Hello my friend hi
 Quoting: Gregor Samsa


I guess you personally felt it good and proper in Istanbul right? N.W. Greece here didn't feel a thing.
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Re: earthquake felt in Athens, Greece (edited)
I guess you personally felt it good and proper in Istanbul right? N.W. Greece here didn't feel a thing.
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Yep i felt it quite well, but maybe one of the reasons that i felt it is because i am on the 12th floor. Some of my friends didn't feel it.
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