US Gov't HAARP Nevada earthquake swarm‏ NEVADA - Residents in Reno are being shaken, literally, by an ongoing series of earthquakes, which experts warn could be a precursor to a major seismic event. Since late February, hundreds of earthquakes have rattled parts of west Reno. The strongest quake — with a magnitude of 4.7 — hit shortly before midnight last Friday, cracking walls and breaking windows. More than 200 additional small quakes have followed, including two Monday evening and some small earthquakes Tuesday. "My nerves are shot. I can't do it anymore," said a woman who has moved to a relative's house in the southern part of Reno, away from where the quakes have clustered. She plans to stay away "as long as it takes." The Reno earthquake swarm is UNUSUAL. That's because a primary earthquake usually is followed by aftershocks diminishing in strength. These quakes started out small and the general trend shows them building in strength. Previously a California resident said she's accustomed to earthquakes, and has exp erienced bigger ones than are occurring in Reno. "But not swarms of them. Not day after day after day. It's getting very tiresome."