Big Earthquake In Alaska: Can You Guess What Get’s Blamed?


(ABC) A 7.9 magnitude earthquake off the southern coast of Alaska early Tuesday triggered fears of a tsunami along the state’s coast and reaching all the way south to the U.S. mainland’s West Coast.

The earthquake happened just after 1 a.m. local time about 175 miles south of Kodiak, Alaska.

Residents of Kodiak were asked by police to move at least 100 feet above ground as a precaution. Kodiak Police Department said slightly before 2 a.m. local time (7 a.m. ET) they had not seen any increase in waves. By 2:30 a.m., Kodiak police said in the area said waters were receding from the town’s harbor.

And, of course, the Cult of Climastrology showed up

Oh, and here’s one linked to the shutdown!

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3 Responses to “Big Earthquake In Alaska: Can You Guess What Get’s Blamed?”

  1. Hugh Evan-Thomas says:

    Attention all you anthropogenic plate tectonics Deniers: you want proof, here’s your proof.

  2. o0Nighthawk0o says:

    HA! Alaska had and earthquake and Kathy tell those in Alabama to be safe.

  3. Navyvet says:

    Good grief. Did any of these media morons ever take an earth science or geology class before they make buffoons of themselves.

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