Good Luck Hawkeye!

Still no news from Hawkeye after the catostrophic hurricane, Ian made landfall earlier this week in Hawkeye's vicinity: Hawkeye, if you are able to read this, know you are in our thoughts and prayers not just from me but the readers of TBW too. Take care dear lady!

Wednesday, 15 November 2017

EARTHQUAKES IN STRANGE PLACES! A magnitude 5.4 - hits South Korea (their second most powerful quake ever)

South Korea suffered their second most powerful quake ever this morning after a rare earthquake of magnitude 5.4 rattled South Korea, its second most powerful quake on record, shaking buildings but causing no major damage or injuries.
The quake struck about 9 km (5 miles) north of the southeastern port city of Pohang, the Korea Meteorological Administration said in a news briefing.
According to Reuters Tremors were felt across the country but operations at nuclear reactors were not affected, the state-run nuclear operator Korea Hydro & Nuclear Power Co said in a statement.
South Korea has relatively little seismic activity, compared with Japan to the east.
Its strongest quake on record was magnitude 5.8 in September last year.

An artificial earthquake movement of a magnitude 6.3 on the Richter scale was recorded near the Poonggaeri area in North Korea a South Korean military official told NBC News in September 2017.
The event was recorded around 14 miles northeast of Sungjibaegam the USGS said.
China's earthquake administration says the quake was a "suspected explosion,"