|Posted by George Freund on January 20, 2018 at 7:05 PM|
A string of almost 250 mini-tremors struck Reno, a city in northern Nevada
The largest so far was a 2.7-magnitude quake that hit on Tuesday afternoon
The tremors increase the likelihood of a major quake in Nevada, experts say
Fears of a huge earthquake have emerged in Nevada after a series of almost 250 mini-tremors hit the city of Reno in just seven days.
A string of quakes, most too small to feel, has rumbled the city since January 11 in what seismologists call an earthquake 'swarm'.
The largest of the tremors so far, which was picked up by earthquake detecting instruments on Tuesday, measured 2.7 on the Richter scale.
The swarm dramatically increases the likelihood of a major quake in Nevada, at least temporarily, scientists claim.
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On January 16th this photo was captured in Southern California. We see the two suns in the sky. In the far north they're called sun dogs. However, I photographed some a week prior to the Indian Ocean tsunami. I photographer another more bizarre anomaly the day of the tsunami. The 'dog' rotated 90 degrees making the 'sun' set in the south. The photographer was concerned something was to come.
The Apparition was photographed on Highway 9 west of Orangeville. Something is catching the light from the sun and reflecting back. The full spectrum is seen. It was photographed December 19th, 2004 at 5:00 p.m.
The next appeared before me in the west and then rotated 90 degrees setting in the south. It was tsunami day already across the earth.
It was photographed in the same area December 25th, 2004