Strong quake causes buildings to sway...

Strong quake causes buildings to sway in Mexico City

There are 1 comment on the Fox News story from Apr 22, 2013, titled Strong quake causes buildings to sway in Mexico City. In it, Fox News reports that:

A 5.9-magnitude earthquake struck in the Mexican state of Michoacan on Sunday night, causing buildings to sway 200 miles away in Mexico City.

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idiots united

Minneapolis, MN

#1 Apr 22, 2013
My wife says that the countries land mass has gotten too heavy with the transfer of weight in constructing all those high rise buidings. The concentrated collective weight within a city put tremendous pressure on the earth crust along with the flow of gravity. But don't believe my wife I know her she has funny notions. LOL!

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