What do earthquakes feel like?
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.
Even though you probably don't realize that there are over 100 earthquakes a week around the globe, Earthquakes can vary from small to big. Simply meaning, locations closer to the equator line are affected with larger and much more disastorous Earthquakes. So depending where you live, you wont be able to feel earthquakes, without some kind of crazy science stuff
A Tsunami is caused by an Earthquake. The ground or area of land shakes which causes a small to large wave in a body of water, which is a Tsunami. An aftershock tends to be a couple of smaller earthquakes, after a large earthquake that you are able to feel. Tons of earthquakes can occur throughout the day, but they have a big enough decimal to actually be able to feel them.
The vast majority of earthquakes are minor ones where not much energy is released, and the amount of shaking produced decreases with distance. Just as you would probably not feel (though you might HEAR) a kid bouncing his ball against the outside wall of your apartment building, you're probably not going to feel any earthquake with a moment magnitude of much under 3 unless it's almost literally right underneath you. Earthquakes that can be felt…
Every year there are about 100,000 earthquakes that are strong enough to be felt by people, but only a few of these are strong enough to hurt people and cause damage. In addition to these earthquakes, there are about 400,000 more every year that are detected by special instruments that can feel earthquakes that are too weak to be felt by people.