A 4.4 magnitude earthquake struck near Los Angeles early Monday morning, waking a lot of people up earlier than usual but not causing any immediate reports of major damages or injuries. While millions of Californians are breathing a collective sigh of relief, it is only a matter of time before the next big earthquake hits California.
Since I am currently living on the Big Island of Hawaii, in Hilo about a mile from bay front, I thought I would put my time to use (while hunkered down) blogging about a first hand account with Hurricane's Iselle and Julio. I plan to do this blog like an updating journal entry.
The Australian Open for tennis has happened every year since it's inception back in 1905. And it's just like any other sporting event in the sense that headlines typically read very generic: So and so wins big. Upset in the making. Underdog prevails! The streak continues.. and so on and so forth. But this year, that's not really where the story was at.
Earthquakes News & Opinion Articles
|Tue May 12, 2015 | thedailybeast.com|
A U.S. Marine Corps helicopter that was assisting in Nepal disaster-relief operations is missing, according to U.S. off...
|Sat Apr 25, 2015 | theatlantic.com|
A magnitude 7.8 earthquake struck Nepal early on Saturday, centered 10 miles below the surface, less than 50 miles from...
|Thu Apr 09, 2015 | newyorker.com|
In the fall of 2011, students in Katie Keranen’s seismology course at the University of Oklahoma buried portable seismo...