Mayo earthquake that rattled windows 'felt like steamroller' - seismologist

Jun 6, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Independent.ie

The magnitude four tremor off the west coast of Ireland happened this morning and was the strongest in Britain or Ireland for around two years, a scientist at the British Geological Survey said.

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Just a nudge

So Ireland knows they are not forgotton.

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Are they fracking there? Midwest USA reports huge increase in earthquakes in fracking sites...

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