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LOS ANGELES -- New earthquake research confirms the southern end of the San Andreas fault near Los Angeles is overdue for a Big One.
It has not had a major rupture for more than 300 years and is under immense stress and could produce a huge earthquake, a study said yesterday.
But exactly when that quake will hit cannot be predicted, said the scientist who conducted the study published in the British journal Nature
"The observed strain rates confirm that the southern section of the San Andreas fault may be approaching the end of the interseismic phase of the earthquake cycle," he wrote.
Originally posted by asala
I hope not eaither and you are both right i guess you can only make sure you have things like batterys and tourchs and stuff,
Im hoping this will just calm down and there will be no worry
anhd pet fish depending on how many could be put in the bath or a bottle? no sure though how easy that would be,