Last night, at around 10.30 p.m., a 3.0 magnitude earthquake struck, centered a few miles away from Morristown, NJ. According to reports, New Jersey citizens lost it. "It sounded like an explosion, houses shook and dogs started barking," said one tremor victim. Others said it felt like a "bomb" and one man TV reporters, "I was upstairs on my computer, and all of a sudden I hear a boom, boom, boom, then a bang, bang, bang. My monitor almost fell off of my computer desk. So I immediately went downstairs to check on my grandma and ask her if she was alright or if she fell." Harrowing, yes? In their defense, the last recorded earthquake in NJ was a 2.1 last year and a jarring 4.0 quake rocked their world back in 1985.