|Water cascades off the side of a Manila skyscraper as an earthquake|
sloshed water out of a rooftop swimming pool.
The stronger of the two quakes on Monday was centered just 50 miles from the Philippines capital of Manila. High rises swayed and panicked workers fled from buildings.
One big highrise has a rooftop pool. In an earthquake the swaying from side to side on top of a skyscraper is bigger than at the base.
So the quake sent pool water cascading over the side of the building like a waterfall.
The video, below, is pretty dramatic.