|On April 11, 2012, a magnitude 8.6 earthquake struck off the coast of Sumatra|
Who rang the bell?
Below is a quote from The Christian Science Monitor regarding the earthquake.
"It's totally unusual," Lay told OurAmazingPlanet. It turns out that the quake began on one fault, streaking along at more than a mile per second, and, when it reached an intersecting fault, it ruptured that one, too. In all, it ruptured four different faults over the course of 150 seconds, unleashing an amount of energy equivalent to about four magnitude-8.0 earthquakes."
In the record, golems are very very fast. Just imagine how fast they would be on the surface.