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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1 comment:

jowdjbrown said...

Now is the time to start taking earthquakes seriously and the time to start taking steps in preparing for them, so our buildings and homes can be left standing long after they have come and gone. Large destructive earthquakes will always be with us. They are certainly not going away anytime soon!where do earthquakes happen