Washington D.C. Earthquake…or Underground Nuclear Explosion?
by Brian A. Wilkins
8/26/2011 (links and photos updated December 16, 2019)
WASHINGTON, DC — The U.S. Congress, coincidentally or otherwise, was on recess when a magnitude 5.8 earthquake hit the east coast Tuesday. It shook the nation’s capital and freaked out residents who are unaccustomed to earthquakes. But what shook D.C. may not have been a naturally-occurring quake, according to a report on Presscore.ca. The most interesting quote from the story is as follows:
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“What is missing from the seismograph for the Washington DC area 5.8 magnitude earthquake are the primary or “P” waves. All