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Earthquake: M 4.4 - Colorado?!!?

 
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Earthquake: M 4.4 - Colorado?!!?
Magnitude: 4.4
Location: Colorado

Time: Wed, Jan 23, 2013, 10:46:39 PM CST
GMT: Thu, Jan 24, 2013 04:46:39 GMT

Latitude: 38° 18' 4" N (38.3012°)
Longitude: 108° 59' 49" W (-108.9972°)
Depth: 1.6 mi

Map: [link to maps.google.com]

More Information (while available): [link to earthquake.usgs.gov]

Data provided by US Geological Survey.


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Re: Earthquake: M 4.4 - Colorado?!!?
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Re: Earthquake: M 4.4 - Colorado?!!?
Only 1.6 miles deep...this one was definitely felt!
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Re: Earthquake: M 4.4 - Colorado?!!?
How often does Colorado have earthquakes?!?!
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Re: Earthquake: M 4.4 - Colorado?!!?
Magnitude: 4.4
Location: Colorado

Time: Wed, Jan 23, 2013, 10:46:39 PM CST
GMT: Thu, Jan 24, 2013 04:46:39 GMT

Latitude: 38° 18' 4" N (38.3012°)
Longitude: 108° 59' 49" W (-108.9972°)
Depth: 1.6 mi

Map: [link to maps.google.com]

More Information (while available): [link to earthquake.usgs.gov]

Data provided by US Geological Survey.


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 Quoting: Texas2012


Wow! Don't see that very often. Good catch OP!
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Re: Earthquake: M 4.4 - Colorado?!!?
hope it reached their underground bunkers and cracked some walls
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01/23/2013 11:59 PM

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Re: Earthquake: M 4.4 - Colorado?!!?
[link to earthquake-report.com]

No "i felt it" reports on earthquake-report..
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Re: Earthquake: M 4.4 - Colorado?!!?
Yikes!... wonder what's going on under there? A few hours and we should see if it's going to escalate...

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Re: Earthquake: M 4.4 - Colorado?!!?
Interesting, for sure. We had one near Trinidad (southeast part of the state) last year I think but earthquakes are not common here at all.
I don't know where you get your delusions, laser brain.
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bump
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[link to earthquake-report.com]

No "i felt it" reports on earthquake-report..
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From the looks of the map it might've been a tad remote.... maybe no one around?

Are they fracking there???

Last Edited by Divergent on 01/24/2013 12:08 AM
Fool me once, shame on you.....fool me twice shame on me.
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Re: Earthquake: M 4.4 - Colorado?!!?
Last time Colorado had a sizeable quake Virginia soon followed...
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[link to earthquake-report.com]

No "i felt it" reports on earthquake-report..
 Quoting: Texas2012


From the looks of the map it might've been a tad remote.... maybe no one around?
 Quoting: Scarbedazzles


Possibly!
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Re: Earthquake: M 4.4 - Colorado?!!?
Iran now. I think it will go across the US in that line. Virginia?


[link to quakes.globalincidentmap.com]
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Iran now. I think it will go across the US in that line. Virginia?


[link to quakes.globalincidentmap.com]
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We shall see!! Sure would be something if one did hit in Virginia!!
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Re: Earthquake: M 4.4 - Colorado?!!?
[link to earthquake-report.com]

No "i felt it" reports on earthquake-report..
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From the looks of the map it might've been a tad remote.... maybe no one around?

Are they fracking there???
 Quoting: Scarbedazzles


There are hundreds of "tweets" about it on Twitter
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Re: Earthquake: M 4.4 - Colorado?!!?
I know several who got woke up
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Re: Earthquake: M 4.4 - Colorado?!!?
[link to earthquake-report.com]

No "i felt it" reports on earthquake-report..
 Quoting: Texas2012


From the looks of the map it might've been a tad remote.... maybe no one around?

Are they fracking there???
 Quoting: Scarbedazzles


There are hundreds of "tweets" about it on Twitter
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 32868587


Do you have any links or anything! I suck at twitter!

Last Edited by NoRaD on 01/24/2013 12:27 AM
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Re: Earthquake: M 4.4 - Colorado?!!?
I know several who got woke up
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It was really shallow!
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Re: Earthquake: M 4.4 - Colorado?!!?
[link to earthquake-report.com]

No "i felt it" reports on earthquake-report..
 Quoting: Texas2012


From the looks of the map it might've been a tad remote.... maybe no one around?

Are they fracking there???
 Quoting: Scarbedazzles


There are hundreds of "tweets" about it on Twitter
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Do you have any links or anything! I suck at twitter!
 Quoting: Texas2012


See if this works:

[link to twitter.com (secure)]

You'll have to scroll down as it's a live feed
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Re: Earthquake: M 4.4 - Colorado?!!?
Down to a 3.9

[link to quakes.globalincidentmap.com]
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Re: Earthquake: M 4.4 - Colorado?!!?
Thanks for posting, this is the reason I come to GLP land.
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Re: Earthquake: M 4.4 - Colorado?!!?
rsoe edis still has it as a 4.4
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Re: Earthquake: M 4.4 - Colorado?!!?
Thanks for posting, this is the reason I come to GLP land.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 28167778


ohyeah
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Re: Earthquake: M 4.4 - Colorado?!!?
I live in Colorado Springs and we did not feel a earthquake nor was one reported on the news. Colorado does not generally have earthquakes.
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Re: Earthquake: M 4.4 - Colorado?!!?
A 3.9 mag hit just south of Grand Junction, Colorado. That's the western border of Colorado and Utah. Anyone east of the Rocky Mountains would not have felt it.
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Re: Earthquake: M 4.4 - Colorado?!!?
A 3.9 mag hit just south of Grand Junction, Colorado. That's the western border of Colorado and Utah. Anyone east of the Rocky Mountains would not have felt it.
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Re: Earthquake: M 4.4 - Colorado?!!?
It's been downgraded to 3.9. I live about 24 miles east of the epicenter and didn't feel it. But some people 60 miles north felt it. I feel robbed :/

Paradox Valley gets small quakes once every few years induced by injecting brine deep in the Earth (mentioned on this USGS page) [link to earthquake.usgs.gov]

There are also countless abandoned uranium mines everywhere. The epicenter is near an active copper mine and 5 miles from the site of a proposed new uranium mill.

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