Kosar_For_President Posted March 23, 2010 Report Share Posted March 23, 2010 Does anyone else think something more is going on here? This has to be a record in the last 2 weeks, no? A strong 6.6 magnitude quake struck off Papua New Guinea's coast on Monday, US geologists said, but there was no tsunami warning and the epicentre's depth lessened the likelihood of damage. The quake struck at 1400 GMT with its epicentre located 93 kilometres (58 miles) north of the town of Rabaul on New Britain island and at a depth of 415 kilometres, the United States Geological Survey said. There was no immediate alert from the Pacific Tsunami Warning Centre, based in Hawaii. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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