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FireStormz

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#21 11 years ago

He said the dates of when it happend. Long..Long before you were born.

just a little south west of Kentucky in 1811-1812



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#22 11 years ago

Baby quake! I was in Cali for the HUGE 1994 quakes that almost split the world in HALF!




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#23 11 years ago

Ouch, i bet that was an unpleasant experience.




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#24 11 years ago

The UK is so ace. We have a little tiny tremor that loosens a few roof slates, anyone who lives near a railway has that every week. Its just as laughable when it snows, we have half and inch and the whole country grinds to a halt, places like Canada have feet of snow and its business as usual.




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#25 11 years ago

Snow doesn't really excite me, being cold sux. It's an excuse for mini chavs to run around and cause havoc.




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#26 11 years ago

Wow, only 4.8, I would have thought it to be bigger, esp if it was felt in Holland.




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#27 11 years ago

does anything big really happen in the UK? you dont have huricanes you occasionally have small quakes you rarely have tornadoes you dont have forest fires (atleast i havent heard of any) you dont have pollution clouding skies you dont have bears and Ireland has no snakes from what i have heard you have mild winters and summers

it just rains.... and its a cold rain too, not that nice spring time shower




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#28 11 years ago

HairySheep;4239526does anything big really happen in the UK? you dont have huricanes you occasionally have small quakes you rarely have tornadoes you dont have forest fires (atleast i havent heard of any) you dont have pollution clouding skies you dont have bears and Ireland has no snakes from what i have heard you have mild winters and summers

it just rains.... and its a cold rain too, not that nice spring time shower

Yep, anyone?

1811-1812

Oh, that was when I was still in my youth...




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#29 11 years ago

Met Office: averages 1961-1990 154 days which it rained, thats not too bad is it?




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#30 11 years ago
>Omen<;4239497Wow, only 4.8, I would have thought it to be bigger, esp if it was felt in Holland.

It wasn't 4.8, somebody quoted an article about the 2002 quake in Dudley for some reason.

The one that happened on Wednesday morning was 5.3. And yes, I felt it.

And no, nothing big happens in the UK. Aside from the floods in 2007, and the occasional tornado in the Black Country. That's why it's so ace to live here. No serious weather extremes, no major geological activity, we don't even have any dangerous animals or insects.