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reply to post by abecedarian
That's what I'm getting at. This doesn't seem like a " normal" quake.
That's cause you guys in Cali ain't used to frack quakes....welcome to the world of FRACKING!
They're in for quite a welcome to the downsides, if this is related. Whoever approved fracking within seismic zones ought to be in prison. Simple as that. I hate fracking, period. Some places for it should be obvious beyond any need to explain for...BAD idea.
Well, scientists have come out and said it's pretty much a no brainer what's causing it, but then there's the oil and gas industry still claiming there's no way the quakes are related. And now like you said, they are doing them near these fault lines. What it's going to take...a major catastrophe?
5.1 and now 4.1 could be foreshocks
More than 100 aftershocks rattle Calif. after strong quake
oh and i'm in a market for a bigger abode here in LA, so it would be a cool in the way if prices drop alitle for me right now as spring picks up,
since i'm looking at beverly hills vicinity.. maybe pacific palisades area cuz i get the front row seat ocean view of any future tsunami
somehow i feel us socalifornians just dont care - that we're sitting on disaster waiting to happen - enuf to actually move out. life isn't that long anyways even in best case scenario.. meh, whats 30yo vs 50 vs 70 etc?!
Has anyone drawn a graph of depths and locations? It would be interesting to see where most eqs in this series are and which way it is moving. I used to do this kind of thing but my database has collapsed so I cannot do it now. Someone else must do this kind of thing surely?
Also look at the recent history Sunset Peak area is here