posted on Jun, 19 2005 @ 11:41 AM
Well, the fault was inordinately quiet for some time, a few months ago. The whole time Sumatra was buggin' out, N. California was surprisingly
quiet. Too quiet, IMO.
I honestly thought we'd see a big one earlier than we have. I noticed the quakes near Easter Island continue, which makes me think it's a
disturbance along the entire pacific ridge. There has been a lot of magmatic activity under the US and other hot spots around the globe, not to
mention a good deal of volcanic activity above the surface.
On top of that we've got the full moon coming up, and a distant planet swinging by in 'close' proximity. Maybe those have something to do with
In any case, people know that the region is unstable, and some still choose to live there in defiance of good sense. If the West coast slips into the
ocean, and millions of people die because they couldn't resist the lure of beach front property, whose fault is it?