Comments:7.2 quake rattles lower Colorado River area in Mexico

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Apocalypse?208:28, 5 April 2010
Imperial Valley SOUTH of Mexicali?123:49, 4 April 2010

Apocalypse?

I was thinking of this. When you feel an earthquake you feel the world is going to end. But this year has been very earthquack-y. I'm scared of the strange things that are going on every single day, assassinations, bombs, earthquakes, tornados, etc. Will the world end? Are this our last days? Maybe they are, maybe they are not. Maybe I'm just scared about this.

Diego Grez let's talk00:38, 5 April 2010

It was more like, "Oh, an earthquake."

Mikemoral♪♫06:27, 5 April 2010
 

I'm actually quite relieved now; scientists have been predicting a magnitude 7.0 or greater earthquake to strike CA at this time, called the "Big One". This might have been it, and look! Only 2 confirmed deaths! This goes to show that taking the proper earthquake precautions will exponentially reduce the number of lives lost during quakes.

DJbhindi (talk)08:28, 5 April 2010
 

Imperial Valley SOUTH of Mexicali?

Just for informational purposes, the Imperial Valley is in Southern California, NORTH of Mexicali, Mexico. There has been moderate damage and 2 more significant quakes since this information was posted.

72.71.160.21 (talk)23:45, 4 April 2010

thanks for clarifying that, i was just going to correct the geographical location too.

67.164.73.54 (talk)23:49, 4 April 2010