For me, it’s a big shrug. We’ll know by Monday, but somehow I sense that we’ll all still be here. In the long run, there are going to be big quakes, no question. But I just don’t think that they’re all that related to supermoons and solar activity. Otherwise, this place would be in a state of permanent rubble, because solar flares are real common and supermoons aren’t that rare. Still, it’s a creepy time around here, waiting for a quake and watching local radiation monitors tick along a hair above normal. I have to admit that I topped up our earthquake kit on Thursday, just to be safe. Safe? What does that even mean, nowadays?