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Answered 2014-08-22 14:36:20

What earthquakes feel like will depend on how large the earthquake is. Small earthquakes might just feel like a large vehicle is driving by. Bigger earthquakes feel like floor or ground you are standing on is trembling and shaking.

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You can feel earthquakes hundreds of miles away because of the (vibrations) that flow through the ground .

We cannot feel some earthquakes because they are too deep in the ground. About one million earthquakes occur every year But, we cannot feel them because the rubbing of the rocks was way below the crust.

There are- but the earthquakes that happen are so small that you probably cant even feel them.

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Most earthquakes occur in Russia, due to the size of Russia alone. However, this does not mean that all earthquakes are felt, as most earthquakes are too small to feel.

There are earthquakes almost everyday, some have small magnitudes, you can barely feel them.

They are like earthquakes everywhere else, except you'd be in Kobe.

Earthquakes happen all the time. It's just about whether we feel it or not and how much we feel it. Therefore it's impossible to put a number on it.

No. Rarely there are tiny ones that you can't feel.

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The intensity of earthquakes is very high. So it can be felt hundreds of miles away.

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it will get earthquakes just like any other state.

it depends where the epicenter is and how strong it is

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you feel the earth shaking or look on the news.

there are practicly millions, but most you can not feel. wowwow

There are many earthquakes everyday, but many of them are very weak that you can't feel about it even you are around.

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