Why does it seem that events like earthquakes happen during the night?
- 8 months agoFavourite answer
They don't all happen at night
- conley39Lv 78 months ago
They don't always. The big one that damaged the town where I lived in Italy happened at 9 am and there were hundreds of aftershocks both day and night.
- papasteveLv 68 months ago
Because, half the earth is on always in darkness. So most of the times someone will be in light and another will be in the dark.
- LLv 78 months ago
Depends where you are when the earthquake - or other natural event happens. For the most part, they don't - they just happen when they happen.
For example, there was recently a large earthquake in Albania.
It happened at 4am, Albania time. Early morning.
There was a very strong earthquake in Alaska in 1964 at 5:36pm. Early evening.
There was a strong earthquake in California in 1989 at 5:04pm. Early evening.
There was a strong earthquake in Mexico City in 1985 at 1:14pm Mexico time. Mid-day.
There was a strong earthquake in Hawalii in May, 2018... at 12:33 (noon-is) local time... Mid-day...
The list is endless. You might want to re-think your hypothesis... but...
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- Motor BreathLv 48 months ago
Really i never noticed that
- Anonymous8 months ago
Demons. Evil. Satan.
Night actively. Death frequently.
All due to sin.