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(Phys Org2)   Earth quakes in Mexico, cave water sloshes in Death Valley; you can't explain that   (phys.org) divider line
    More: Interesting, Earthquake, magnitude earthquake hit, Death Valley National Park, Death Valley National Park cave, Mexico's southwest coast Monday, calm water, Devils Hole, endangered pupfish  
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2022-09-24 9:28:56 PM  
I remember Northridge '96 made our inground pool slosh out a bunch of water... and we lived at least 250 miles away in the central valley

What's described in the article is pretty crazy, and super cool given the wild geological processes exhibited at Death Valley
 
2022-09-24 9:43:47 PM  
Glad the pupfish are ok

Still recovering from some idiot white trash who decided to take a swim
 
2022-09-24 9:48:07 PM  
I see the Ex's snatch is making news again for it's water content.
 
2022-09-24 10:22:11 PM  
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STRIKES AGAIN!!!!!
 
2022-09-25 1:48:13 AM  
I thought there was a whole network of caves up through the Great Basin and down into Mexico. Doesn't this happen at other places? Maybe I'm remembering something incorrectly.
 
2022-09-25 2:15:58 AM  
Huh huh

Hole
 
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