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New Poll: Do you think the Virginia EQ was a one-time event?
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[quote:Lemon:MV8xNjExMjk4XzI2NjE4ODEwX0VBODIxMTFF] Its not a one time event, but Geologic time is frustratingly slow. Picture the time travel to the future scene in the origional "The Time Machine" - the 'solid' earth surface acts more like a liquid over time. New Madrid may be soon though - large EQs equadistant from the fault line, and an oil well still erupting... peace [/quote]
New VirginiaEQPoll: Do you think the Virginia EQ was a one-time event?
1. Yes, show's over, these EQs are rare; there may be a few aftershocks but . . .
2. No. The EQs on the East Coast are just starting to heat up; the Virginia EQ was the first bubble in a pot of water starting to boil OMG . . .
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