Anxiety in Alaska as endless aftershocks rattle residents
Seven weeks after a massive earthquake rocked Alaska, aftershocks are still shattering 7-year-old Connor Cartwright's sense of safety.
They shake the earth far less than the 7.0 magnitude quake that sent a mirror, TV and dishes crashing to the ground in the Anchorage home where Connor lives with his mother, father and 11-year-old brother.
But the seemingly never-ending aftershocks deepen quake anxiety for the second-grader and many other Alaska residents in the wide swath of the state shaken by the Nov. 30 quake....
Hedonistic Brits love places like the south of France or the Costa del Sol, but if the sea level rises by over 30ft they would all trade their current lifestyle for a simple shelter on the inhospitable slopes of the nearest high mountain.
If men are quaking over a little earthquake, what will they be like when the Lord Jesus Christ returns to this planet and calls for the end of time.