Big earthquake, big crowds, and a new day for Boston.
In the wake of the Boston Marathon bombing and the devastating Boston Strong event, a new chapter of American politics has been opened.
President Donald Trump has come out against the Boston Strong protest.
But the big picture of the city and the nation is still unfolding.
The next major earthquake, a magnitude 6.8, will strike on April 14.
This earthquake is a little more than one-third the size of the 9.0 quake in 2011.
The magnitude 6 quake is the largest since the 1906 San Francisco earthquake.
The quake is also a bit bigger than the magnitude 5.9 quake that struck in 2011 in Japan.
This is the second major earthquake to hit Boston in as many years.
Last month, the city saw a 6.0 magnitude quake, which killed at least 29 people.
Here are a few things to know about the major earthquakes that hit the Boston area: How big is the earthquake?
A magnitude 6 earthquake can be as large as a 9.3 earthquake, and magnitude 5 to 6 earthquakes are as large, according to the USGS.
In fact, there are about 400 recorded magnitude 6 earthquakes in the U.S. The largest of these was a magnitude 5 earthquake in 2012 that killed more than 400 people in the city of Fresno, California.
It was the strongest earthquake to strike the United States since the magnitude 6 Haiti quake in 2010, which struck the country and killed more 1,400 people.
The previous largest earthquake to come to Boston in recent years was a 6 magnitude earthquake that struck a small area of land in January 2012, killing more than 200 people.
Boston was already experiencing a significant number of earthquakes when the quake struck, but this one is the biggest and the deadliest.
What causes earthquakes?
There are three main causes of earthquakes: volcanic eruptions, earthquake-related tsunamis, and tectonic plate movement.
Volcanic eruptions can occur as a result of the movement of magma beneath the Earth’s crust.
Tectonic plates are plates that move beneath the earth, and these movements can create faults that can eventually collapse or rupture.
When the Earth cracks, the energy released from the breaking of the crust can cause the Earth to move.
For instance, a large earthquake may cause rocks to fall from a mountain and create an earthquake.
Earthquakes can also be triggered by the motion of the earth and other geological processes.
Tidal waves that can occur when a fault ruptures are called tsunami waves.
Tides are powerful currents of water moving at high speed, and they can cause tsunamises.
For example, a tsunami can cause landslides or damage bridges.
These tsunamides are also called plate tectonics, and can lead to the creation of new faults in the Earth.
Why did Boston experience the biggest earthquake in history?
The biggest earthquake ever recorded was the 9/11 attack on the World Trade Center in New York City on September 11, 2001.
The event killed nearly 3,000 people, damaged the buildings of the World Financial Center in the East River, and caused $3 trillion in damage to the financial system.
The U.K. and the U: States have also experienced massive earthquakes in recent decades.
The earthquake in 2010 in Britain caused widespread damage and death.
It is also estimated that the event caused a tsunami of about 50 meters across.
The biggest earthquakes to strike New England were the 9-magnitude earthquake that hit Haiti in 2010 and the 9magnem earthquake that caused a devastating tsunami in Japan in 2011, according a study by the U of S Geological Survey.
What’s the difference between a magnitude 7 and a magnitude 8?
is classified as a “major earthquake” when it has a magnitude of 7 or greater.
A magnitude 7 is the most destructive earthquake in U. S. history.
A 7.0 earthquake is also known as an 8.0, and it can have a magnitude up to 9.8.
The most powerful earthquake in the world, the 8.7 quake that hit Taiwan on February 4, 2001, killed more people than any other earthquake in recorded history.
However, in the wake the 2011 tsunami, the U S Geological Society classified it as a minor earthquake, which means that the tsunami did not cause major damage.
What is the scale of the earthquake in Boston?
The magnitude of the quake in Boston is estimated at 6.3 on the Richter scale, or 6 on the Mercator scale, according the US Geological Survey (USGS).
The earthquake caused at least $100 billion in damages, and the US was not prepared for the earthquake.
How much damage was done?
According to the U and USGS, the damage in Boston was estimated at $100 million.
The damage caused by the quake was estimated to be $200 billion in total, according US