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reply to post by gardener
TO ALL WHO FELT THE RECENT CALIFORNIA QUAKES:
WHAT COULD YOU ARTICULATE AS TO SPECIFICALLY HOW THEY FELT DIFFERENTLY THAN USUAL?
I'd rather see how many descriptive words y'all could come up with, WITHOUT my offering suggestions for same. IF folks really have a hard time coming up with such descriptive words, then I'll offer some in a later post.
Let's see if we can come up with 7-12 DIFFERENCES between the recent quakes and earlier clusters or series of quakes.
imho, first hand reports of such from a diversity of people and locations MIGHT just offer some insights as to what's changed geologically.
Thx in advance to all who care to bother.
Second thread in as many days that I've had to inject a little geophysical reality into.
The San Andreas fault is a strike-slip fault -- it moves horizontally, not vertically. Tsunamis require vertical displacement of water.
Ergo, an earthquake in California is unlikely to cause a tsunami anywhere, much less California or Nevada. (Nevada? Do these "prophets" even have a map? lol)