hi I am supremely curious if snails can feel earthquakes, can someone please fill me in?
thank you in advance. I hope you go on to do great things.
The earthquake was three weeks ago and I think it’s been a week since the last aftershock? I’ve been feeling phantom aftershocks since then, but last night was the first earthquake dream.
You can’t hide in there…
Yes. It constantly shake there, but I’m just terrified of them.
Ah bu karantina gecelerinde bizi de düşünen var mıdır acaba ¿
[NOW] Mag. 4.0 Earthquake rocks the South.
I’m growing more concerned as I monitor the seismic activity here in Southern California. Of course, no one is implying a big earthquake is coming today, tomorrow or even next week. There is no way of knowing for sure what is going to happen next. You are all probably thinking that this would be the worst possible time for a big earthquake. These things do not discriminate. Just in case something big does happen, it is important to not be caught off guard. That is when people are more likely to make the wrong decision. If an earthquake actually occurs, don’t run or try to exit the building. Drop to the floor, get under a table or desk if possible, and cover your head and neck with your arms. If you are under a table hold onto a leg because if the shaking is violent enough, you can be jerked out from underneath and exposed to potential falling debris. If you try to walk, run, or stand during a violent earthquake, you could end up having a broken ankle, putting yourself in even more trouble. Stay away from windows and do NOT try to seek shelter in a doorway for it is no safer than any other area in the house or building. Do NOT follow “The Triangle of Life”. It is a myth and therefor it is very dangerous. If you’re not under quarantine and are out getting essentials, pull over to the side of the road during the earthquake. Avoid bridges and overpasses.
I’m being very careful not to come across as an alarmist. As much as something could happen anytime or day now, it also might not happen at all. A rule of thumb is to keep in mind that it is better safe than sorry. There has been a lot of activity taking place here in Southern California so far since Friday. It was extremely quiet for a while before that.
“Think of the good we can do”
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