A very powerful mag 6.9 quake has rocked Chignik, Alaska this morning. The major quake was fairly deep, no tsunami warning has been issued. The quake comes after another major quake, a mag 6.2 struck Hawaii yesterday and is the 5th major quake, (mag 6 or higher) of October 2021.
Today's major quake brings this year's total to date to 121. At the same time last year 99 major quakes had been recorded and in 2019, 110. 2018 had 96 and 2017, just 81.
And in 2011: 183 (according to EMSC).
So is the glass half full or half empty?
Before you answer, you should ask 'half full of what, what's in the other half and what are my circumstances' - half full of water to a person with water up to their nose is bad for a pessimist but good for an optimist as the other half is air to breath for just that bit longer to be rescued.
I hope everyone sees the glass as half full of what is best for them and those they hold dear.
Gary, I hope you can watch this:
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