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Earthquakes in Puerto Rico

Discussion in 'Traditional Adventists' started by reddogs, Jan 21, 2020.

  1. reddogs

    reddogs Contributor Supporter

    They have been hit with over a thousand and keep having them...

    More than 1280 earthquakes since December.... https://fox61.com/2020/01/15/magnitude-5-2-earthquake-shakes-puerto-rico/

    We called and they are going to safer open areas or to less devastated areas. There are many Adventist members in the island and they know these are the signs of the last days, but still its hard. We wanted to go but they tell us the shacking is cracking roads and many structures are compromised, so its not safe. We can only pray.
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  2. Original Happy Camper

    Original Happy Camper One of GODS Children I am a historicist Supporter

    United States
    last 30 days 6.0 or bigger about one every other day

    fairly diverse areas

    1. 6.4
      8km S of Indios, Puerto Rico
      2020-01-07 08:24:26 (UTC)
      10.0 km
    2. 6.3
      Chukotskiy Avtonomnyy Okrug, Russia
      2020-01-09 08:38:08 (UTC)
      10.0 km
    3. 6.3
      182km W of Port Hardy, Canada
      2019-12-25 03:36:02 (UTC)
      10.0 km
    4. 6.2
      16km SSW of Sinabang, Indonesia
      2020-01-07 06:05:20 (UTC)
      20.3 km
    5. 6.1
      26km SSE of Bristol Island, South Sandwich Islands
      2020-01-20 06:51:37 (UTC)
      91.3 km
    6. 6.1
      59km SSW of Molibagu, Indonesia
      2020-01-19 16:58:20 (UTC)
      121.9 km
    7. 6.1
      Southern East Pacific Rise
      2019-12-25 20:20:12 (UTC)
      10.0 km
    8. 6.0
      86km ENE of Arzak, China
      2020-01-19 13:27:56 (UTC)
      6.3 km
    9. 6.0
      141km W of Abepura, Indonesia
      2020-01-18 16:38:13 (UTC)
      33.6 km
    10. 6.0
      128km ENE of Kimbe, Papua New Guinea
      2020-01-07 19:11:35 (UTC)
      117.0 km
    11. 6.0
      3km SW of Lejanias, Colombia
      2019-12-24 19:03:52 (UTC)
      11.0 km
    12. 6.0
      14km WNW of El Hoyo, Argentina
      2019-12-24 16:43:33 (UTC)
      581.6 km
    13. 6.0
      166km W of Port Hardy, Canada
      2019-12-23 20:56:23 (UTC)
      10.0 km
    14. 6.0
      177km W of Port Hardy, Canada
  3. dqhall

    dqhall Well-Known Member Supporter

    United States
    After they lost homes during Hurricane Maria in 2017, some of them moved to Florida. There are Puerto Rican’s in NYC. They are American citizens. Puerto Rico declared bankruptcy to reduce their debt. It was settled in 2019.

    These recent quakes are aftershocks of lesser magnitude. I saw photos in Google Images of homes with collapsed masonry walls and roofs.
  4. reddogs

    reddogs Contributor Supporter

    They just keep getting hit over and over, it just doesn't stop, seems it will rise to the level of the hurricane it if keeps up.
    Last edited: Jan 23, 2020
  5. dqhall

    dqhall Well-Known Member Supporter

    United States
    Hurricane Charlie hit Florida in 2004. It tore holes in roofs. While the roofs were yet exposed to the elements, a second storm dumped tons of water. The damaged homes filled with moisture and toxic mold ruined them. They were torn down. Since then some minor damage, but nothing major. A couple years ago a home near here was destroyed by lightening and the fire that followed.

    In 1902 the town of St. Pierre on the island of Martinique was destroyed by a volcanic eruption. 28,000 people died.

    If you escape natural disasters, you might get struck by cardiovascular disease or cancer. You have today. Tomorrow is not always guaranteed.
  6. dqhall

    dqhall Well-Known Member Supporter

    United States
    Is there a charity I can donate to that distributes food there?