Chris McKitterick (mckitterick) wrote,
Chris McKitterick

anyone else have trouble falling asleep last night?

The US Geological Survey said it had detected a 4.2 magnitude tremor in North Korea at 10:35 a.m. local time (0135 GMT). The Japan Meteorological Agency said its data showed a tremor took place around Gilju, on the peninsula's northeast coast around 70 miles from the Chinese border.

Greenwich Mean Time is five (5) hours ahead of Central US time (Daylight Savings, as in now). That means the N. Korean nuke went off at 8:35pm Central last night. I wonder if that's why I had such stress falling asleep last night? A great disturbance in the Force, eh?

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