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Huge Earthquake In Mexico's South 'strongest In The Past 100 Years

Ark79

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It definitely looks like the end Keith atleest for the unlucky people who are caught up in it. A hope it gets better for them. It's a horrible sight. And there could be more on its way
 

Keith

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I read the other day that earthquakes & cyclones appeared to be on the increase, & that they were getting stronger, more damaging. Sounds more like an end of the world movie!
Keith.
 

lonewolf

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we don't get hurricanes and typhoons in the UK, earthquakes maybe but even those are hardly noticeable, I wonder if this will change with climate change??
 

Keith

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we don't get hurricanes and typhoons in the UK, earthquakes maybe but even those are hardly noticeable, I wonder if this will change with climate change??
Actually you did get a mini cyclone some years ago, in my home town in West Sussex. It cut a swathe of damage coming off the sea & damaging out buildings & roofs of houses. Most extraordinary.
Keith.
 

lonewolf

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we do get lots of storms, usually we get the tail end of American hurricanes but by the time it gets here its downgraded to a storm. where we lived, when we first met, in a storm it used to rain roofing slates onto the street below- old medieval buildings.
 
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