Monday, 12 September 2016

Earthquakes in diverse places: Mag 5.4 - 8km S of Kyonju, South Korea just 3 days after N Korea detonate a nuke causing a mag 5.3 quake


Coincidence? Mag 5.4 - 8km S of Kyonju, South Korea just 3 days after N Korea detonate a nuke causing a mag 5.3 quake.
It has been recorded at a depth of 10km by USGS so it could be a natural quake, however just three days after N Korea tested a nuclear device causing a mag 5.3 quake, S Korea just happens on  a mag 5.4 retaliation quake!
The quake has also occurred in an area not common for quakes.

North Korea is believed to have conducted a fifth nuclear test, its most powerful to date, South Korea's military said on Friday after monitors detected a 5.3-magnitude "artificial earthquake" near its main nuclear site.

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