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SCOTT SONNER, Associated Press
RENO, Nev. (AP) — The Sierra's eastern front is long overdue for a large earthquake along the California-Nevada line, where a magnitude-7 event expected on average every 30 years hasn't occurred in six decades, scientists said Tuesday.
Nevada Seismological Laboratory Director Graham Kent said the region's earthquake "drought" is likely one of the reasons the public has a misconception there's a low risk a serious quake will strike.
"We've experienced such a long stretch of not having earthquakes, we've sort of built in a sense of complacency," he said at an Earthquake Economic Resiliency Forum ahead of the Seismological Society of America's annual meeting in Reno.
There’s been a plethora of earthquakes in the past few days. Several seismologists say there’s an “abnormal” pattern occurring, even outside of the Ring of Fire. The weather has gone crazy as well this April. On tonight’s show, Clyde Lewis talks with physicist and author, Stan Deyo and earthquake sensitive, Charlotte King about ‘DAI JISHIN: THE GODS MUST BE CRAZY!’
originally posted by: Naabaahii
The recent solar activity is connected as well. I can't believe how ignorant you have to be at this point to think otherwise.