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#239392 15-Jul-2018 21:14
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Just had a bit of rattle, glad it didn’t keep going. I’m guessing between 3 and 4.





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  #2056721 15-Jul-2018 21:52
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First one I've felt for quite a while.  We seem to be getting soft or forgotten what a real quake feels like in Chch these days. 8700 people have filled out "felt" reports at GNS.  It wasn't that long ago that few would bother for a M4 quake.


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  #2056738 15-Jul-2018 22:59
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Reporting fatigue (lack of, currently) probably helps explain whether people bother communicating with GNS.

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  #2056742 15-Jul-2018 23:09
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First 4+ in 2years. So yep, too many back in a relaxed state so heightened sense.

Was spooky feeling them nightly on a recent holiday cruise, took some getting use to telling the brain you don't need to tense up

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  #2056761 16-Jul-2018 06:13
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Geonet said first M4 for 6 months. Not much here in Halswell, bump, shake, gone.


IIRC the just offshore area was a new fault line?

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  #2056774 16-Jul-2018 06:40
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paulchinnz: Reporting fatigue (lack of, currently) probably helps explain whether people bother communicating with GNS.




Felt "Basic" is easy to fill out, literally two lines. 


Felt "Detailed", well thats a mission....I dont think many will fill it out as you have to copy paste a number from the event, then paste it in a different screen... its rather tedious. (its because GNS went to survey monkey instead of intergrating within their own system). 





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