A 6.3 yesterday at a familiar place,

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and from the listing I saw there, it looks like they are getting 3 or 4 earthquakes in a day, every 2 or 3 days or so.

Scary. Either the Earth's crust is settling down after that major event, or it is gearing up for another big one.


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I'm not sure which, either.

To review an earlier post, IMO anything 4.0 and above is scare material for (a) people not used to quakes, and (b) survivors, esp. kids, of a 9.0 who haven't seen mommy for two months and don't know what's going to happen next.
To update that same post, I don't recall seeing anything less than 4.0 under the big yellow blob since the big one. Sad

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