3.6 earthquake reported off the coast of Massachusetts

Allow me to get serious at the top of this post?

Someone needs to check this system!

This system, to me, is questionable at the least before the earthquake?

‘Take a close look at the red brick chimney in the video’?

The bottom of it seems to be crumpling?

Old homes with red brick chimneys used mortar not cement!

This is a ‘Natural Gas’ heating/hot water system!

Two flu pipes into the chimney!

The Chimney pulls the room air/flu gas through the chimney unless the chimney is plugged, then the flu gas goes into the room!


If you live in places like California you are a little puzzled today?

However; in New England, unless it was because of fracking, you are frozen in place this day.

More than 20 displaced by earthquake off Massachusetts coast, Red Cross says

WCVB Nov 8, 2020


People in Rhode Island, Connecticut and New Hampshire also felt the quake.

ByBill Hutchinson

November 8, 2020, 11:52 AM

An earthquake struck Sunday off the coast of Massachusetts, jolting residents throughout New England, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.

The earthquake measuring 3.6 on the Richter scale struck at 9:10 a.m. in the Atlantic Ocean about 8 miles off the coast of New Bedford in Buzzards Bay at a depth of 9.3 miles, the USGS reported.


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