6.6 magnitude earthquake strikes remote region of Papua New Guinea

Micronesia 6.6 August 2 2014
August 2014PAPUA NEW GUINEA – A magnitude 6.6 earthquake struck off the Coast of Manus Island in Papua New Guinea on Saturday, the U.S. Geological Survey reported. No tsunami was expected, according to the Pacific Tsunami Warning Center. The quake’s epicenter was in the ocean 213 miles (343 km) northwest of Lorengau on Manus Island. It occurred at a depth of 8.3 miles (13.4 km), the USGS said. The region was also struck by a 6.1 magnitude earthquake on May 15, 2014.  –Yahoo
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1 Response to 6.6 magnitude earthquake strikes remote region of Papua New Guinea

  1. bobby90247 says:

    “Simply…AMAZING!” Isn’t it? That soooooo…many earthquakes are occurring in areas where Tsunamis are expected, and yet, NO TSUNAMI!

    Thankfully, I think. It just make me wonder…”Why?”

    I mean, these recent earthquakes are large enough to create a Tsunami, and yet, there isn’t one, not even a “small one?”

    Perhaps the one that destroyed India, wasn’t “natural” in it’s origin? “Naw…!!!” That would be conspiracy thinking…huh!


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