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Re: hum


The last time Lassen blew--early 20th century, I think--I heard it threw rocks as far as Red Bluff, which would be, what?, a hundred miles of so.


On Monday, June 28, 2004, at 08:54 PM, cathy carpenter wrote:


People tend to forget that Rainier is a dormant volcano. If it decides to blow...goodby Seattle and Tacoma.
Cathy
On Monday, June 28, 2004, at 10:40 PM, Bonnie Holmes wrote:


Tennessee Valley has numerous quakes but they are so low that you usually
can't detect without equipment. Occasionally, we do have one that is
strong enough to rattle the dishes. Also, have a hot springs in the
mountains between NC and TN. Saw recently that some scientists think
Yellow Stone is sitting on top of a volcano that could erupt...if it
should, I wonder what impact it would have on the Ohio and TN valleys.


Bonnie Zone 6+ ETN




[Original Message]
From: james singer <jsinger@igc.org>
To: <gardenchat@hort.net>
Date: 06/28/2004 3:34:35 PM
Subject: Re: [CHAT] hum

Yeah. Ohio River valley is a soft spot. It has had at least one major
quake in the last 200 years. Not meaning to spook anyone, but this baby
shake could be a prelude to something more substantial.



On Monday, June 28, 2004, at 10:27 AM, cathy carpenter wrote:


Heard about it on the local news today. Said it could be felt as far
south as St. Louis, but I didn't. Actually, not surprising you didn't
feel it if you were deeply asleep, as it was only a 4.5 and lasted
about 3 seconds.
Cathy
On Monday, June 28, 2004, at 05:59 AM, Donna wrote:


Well to all of you that are used to it....

Seems we had an earthquake here in Illinois last night.... about an
hour
from my home in Ottawa.... sound asleep, didn't feel a thing....

Geesh... between the weather and now this.... did I move to another
area
of the country and someone forgot to mention it to me?!?

Donna

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