bye bye california

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3.9 is nothing for California. I doubt it even made the local news.
 

MayrMeninoCrash

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I felt it....but then I'm sitting on top of the Hayward fault right now. I've felt bigger bumps from trucks driving by
 

OilyJillFart

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I don't think anything under 4.0 can be felt without instruments..
 

whiskeyguy

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A 5.0 makes you sit up in your seat and consider walking towards the door. A 6.0 will get you to the door. A 7.0 will scare you a bit.

A 3.9? Fuck that could just as easily be a strong wind shaking your house. Of course we don't blame you guys on the east coast for evacuating national monuments when one of this magnitude hits.:action-sm
 
Jun 2, 2005
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People don't understand that the Richter Scale is exponential, so a 7 is 10X more powerful than a 6.

So a 3.9 is .01% as powerful as an 8 or something.
 

Sinn Fein

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My ex is in California. I hope the part where she is breaks loose and slides into the ocean. The rest - I have little use for, but don't wish harm to come to anyone else. I literally hope that just the 3x3 section of earth where she is standing breaks loose and slides into the ocean taking her with it.
 

JoeFromS.Jersey

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My ex is in California. I hope the part where she is breaks loose and slides into the ocean. The rest - I have little use for, but don't wish harm to come to anyone else. I literally hope that just the 3x3 section of earth where she is standing breaks loose and slides into the ocean taking her with it.
She can't swim? Or are you just wishing her soggy clothing for a few hours?