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Mar 15 15 4:48 PM
Mar 21 15 1:28 AM
Mar 23 15 10:08 PM
M3.5 - 19km NW of Tehachapi, California 35.265°N 118.574°W depth=10.7 km
M2.9 - 10km NNE of Piru, California 34.497°N 118.738°W depth=15.7 km
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Giving myself a Kudos for sensing these 3 days ago (see "Symptoms").
Mar 30 15 10:26 AM
Apr 4 15 7:13 PM
Apr 12 15 9:05 PM
LW taught me this: "Look for the sign of the shark." A day or two ago, one of our local beaches was temporarily closed due to the presence of what turned out to be an 8-foot shark circling the beach area. Authorities in boats chased the shark off.
So now, see my "Symptoms" post. Sunday night:
M3.5 - 1km WSW of View Park-Windsor Hills, California 33.993°N 118.360°W depth=9.7 km (6.0 mi)
This occurred practically within the center of the L.A. city limits. Preceded by a 2.5 foreshock, and there was another 3'er as well. All of these were virtually in the same spot, and attributed to the Newport-Inglewood Fault which is said to be capable of generating a 7, though I'm not sensing anything near that at this time.
Weird -- almost all of L.A. felt these quakes but I didn't feel a damn thing.
Now see the "Pacific Ocean" page.
Apr 13 15 3:08 AM
Apr 15 15 8:17 PM
Wednesday night, another shaker within the L.A. city limits, this time in the San Fernando Valley. Didn't feel this one in my area either.
M3.2 - 6km NNW of Pacoima, California 34.334°N 118.456°W depth=8.8 km (5.5 mi)
Had anxiety in the afternoon prior, then speeding, then lethargy to where I could barely stay awake. Then the quake hit a little after 9 p.m.
Apr 29 15 3:48 PM
Apr 30 15 12:03 PM
M3.4 - 4km NE of Carson, California 33.854°N 118.250°W depth=14.6 km (9.1 mi)
Practically smack dab in the middle of the L.A. Basin. Sensed it, but didn't feel it.
May 3 15 8:01 AM
M3.9 - 1km WNW of View Park-Windsor Hills, California 33.998°N 118.359°W depth=9.9 km (6.1 mi)
This happened while I was typing that long "Symptoms" entry Sunday morning, this one within the L.A. city limits, NW of the event posted above from 3 days ago. Again, sensed it but didn't feel it.
May 4 15 2:40 AM
May 6 15 10:29 AM
M3.1 - 8km SW of Corona, California 33.815°N 117.630°W depth=6.9 km (4.3 mi)
M3.7 - 4km NNW of San Jacinto, California 33.812°N 116.979°W depth=15.3 km (9.5 mi)
Plus a couple of 3's that hit Riverside, CA on Tuesday. SoCal is shaking.
May 20 15 10:00 PM
M4.1 - 15km NNW of Westmorland, California 33.161°N 115.679°W depth=1.0 km (0.6 mi)
M3.3 - 13km WNW of Calipatria, California 33.160°N 115.652°W depth=0.6 km (0.4 mi)
Calipatria is a town at the SE corner of the Salton Sea, over 100 miles SE of L.A. Westmorland isn't far.
These tremors were part of a swarm occurring practically right on the San Andreas, which borders the eastern shore of the Salton, between 8:00p and 9:00p PDT while I was taking an EQ nap. These make me wonder if the cardiac-like sensation ("heart of me" = my area) on the back of my right (east) thigh (south) the other day was a signal about this swarm.
Also, the Salton Sea area has these bubbling pockets of hot sand -- it's a former volcanic area. So now I wonder if my Anger on Wednesday morning was also a sensory about this swarm.
May 22 15 10:38 AM
Jun 2 15 9:42 PM
M2.7 - 6km ESE of Simi Valley, California 34.260°N 118.681°W depth=10.8 km (6.7 mi)
M3.5 - 22km ESE of Little Lake, California 35.862°N 117.686°W depth=3.7 km (2.3 mi)
Jun 4 15 9:08 PM
Jun 7 15 8:22 PM
M3.4 - 3km NNE of Gardena, California 33.917°N 118.297°W depth=12.3 km (7.7 mi)
Jul 9 15 7:51 PM
Local news reports a swarm in our Fillmore area (NW of L.A.) of some 50-plus quakes, mostly 3'ers. This could explain my recent migraine auras.
Also, the ants around our house are going crazy. They're swarming too, coming up out of everywhere in the back yard. We can't even sit out there anymore.
Jul 20 15 10:08 PM
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