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Ok, was it just me or did ALL OF CALIFORNIA FEEL THAT EARTHQUAKE? I slept through it... but that just shook me , "you just slept through a 7.1 earthquake!"

 

So just curious, how many of you actually felt it?

 

Edit 1&2:

How many of you napped through it?

Is san Andreas fault gonna kill California?

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 Jul 6, 2019
edited by tommarvoloriddle  Jul 6, 2019
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I live in Louisiana...so...no quake.....but.....how close are you to Los Angeles???

I was watching the Dodgers game and they felt the quake there!!!

 

 

cool cool cool

 Jul 6, 2019
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In north holly wood.

 

Edit: I woke up after the earthquake because a book fell on me after.

tommarvoloriddle  Jul 6, 2019
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LOL!!!!

 

I think they even felt that quake in Las Vegas, too.....

 

cool cool cool

CPhill  Jul 6, 2019
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wow. I didnt feel it- i was snoring away.

tommarvoloriddle  Jul 6, 2019
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Encinitas here and I napped right through it.

 Jul 6, 2019
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SAME I just snored through it

tommarvoloriddle  Jul 6, 2019
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I feel so jealous! Here in Illinois, nothing happens! Everybody in my class gets EXCITED if there is a THUNDERSTORM! It's so boring here the weather is ALWAYS cloudy and the air is cold.

 

California seems like such an exciting place, that's why a lot of my friends dream of going to California lol.

 

A lot of people in our class actually WANT earthquakes and tornadoes because nothing EVER happens.

 Jul 6, 2019
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You should try florida ;) plenty of hurricane's.... and let's say there a whole more exciting than a thuderstorm...

HiylinLink  Jul 6, 2019
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agreed but try geogia sunny and warm and a lot of dry days with evening showers and I slept through a tornado a year ago and it was right on top of the house LITERALY

travisio  Jul 6, 2019
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What level of catagory was it EF - 0 through EF - 5 ?

HiylinLink  Jul 6, 2019
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EF 4 and a EF 2 both in the same are at the same time the one on top of the house was EF 4

 Jul 6, 2019
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EF - 4 are you sure? were talking 166 - 200 MPH wind's they rip traditional house's of there foundation and collapse them and apratment building's loose about two to 3 story's... and you slept? XD I mean if it's on your house that house is goign to completly rip apart... I would say your lucky to be alive... 

 

also not to mention's the counter varible's of the other tornado in porximaty and debri's flying....

HiylinLink  Jul 6, 2019
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well not really because the house was made in 1936 and has a brick innercoat because the house was made in world war 2

 

also a wood outer coat

travisio  Jul 6, 2019
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I see that's intresting, I'm surpirsed youd idn't evacuate though that's still very risky... 

HiylinLink  Jul 6, 2019
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EVACUATE NO the day before (hint: the tornado was at 3 am) was sunny without a cloud in the sky

travisio  Jul 6, 2019
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why does America have so much natural disasters XD

CalculatorUser  Jul 6, 2019
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I think it's just it's contental location....

HiylinLink  Jul 6, 2019
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California is on the San Andreas Faultline. 

There will always be a lot of Earthquakes in this region because two techtonic plates as slowly sliding past each other here.

 

Here is a video explaining plate techtonics.

The voice is childish but the information is good.

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OinfMLdornU

 

And here some info on the San Andreas fault.

 

https://kids.kiddle.co/San_Andreas_Fault

 Jul 6, 2019
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I am screwed.... Los angles isn't even in morth america, it's on the pacific plate!

tommarvoloriddle  Jul 7, 2019
edited by tommarvoloriddle  Jul 7, 2019

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