Cheer Bear said:break a glass, not shake a glass. Trust me, it was a biiiiiig boom.
Not that I dont believe ya StaceFrom the link said:John Bellini, a geo-physicist at the U.S. National Earthquake Information Center in Denver, Colo., said the tremor at 10.40 a.m. measured 2.7 on the Richter scale.
It takes a quake of between 4 and 4.5 to move a glass on a table, Bellini said.
Bellini said the sound of the mini-quake would have been equivalent to a “deep clap of thunder.
When I visit my parents down in San Diego for holidays etc, this kind of thing is such a regular occurance that you just shrug it off and act like it doesnt happen.Cheer Bear said:Yeah! that's what it sounded like. A big boom of thunder, and it shook the house. I thought my furnace had exploded. Ran downstairs to see what the hell happened.
(can you tell I didn't read the article?)