An eye-catching presentation of global earthquakes.
Recent DFW Earthquakes – M3.1 – 4km NE of Irving, Texas
– image courtesey of Weston Observatory
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In 1931, the west Texas town of Valentine experienced Texas’ “big one.” It had a magnitude of 6.4 on the Richter Scale and was strongly recorded on seismographs across the globe. Evidently, it made quite a mess of the small town, too.