3.7 Earthquake Hits East Texas

May 10, 2012

You can't get any more diverse than East Texas for an earthquake. It just doesn't happen here. But a 3.7 was felt 24 miles northeast of Nacogdoches anyway.

By the way folks, unless it makes the major news, I'm just not gonna follow earthquakes anymore. There's just too many of them to cover now. I'll let earthquake monitoring sites like Earthquake.USGS.gov handle this. Unfortunately, it's those earthquake monitoring websites that you'll have to depend upon now since recent significant activity isn't covered by the mainstream media anymore.

Ever since the earthquake that hit Washington D.C., it seems that the mainstream media has been going out of it's way to keep news of earthquakes hidden. I suppose they're afraid of being accused of adding to the hype of all the 2012 doomsday fears. Regardless of the location, magnitude and frequency, unless it causes major damage or loss of life, the mainstream media would rather keep you distracted with other news.