posted on Feb, 5 2013 @ 10:20 PM
reply to post by Aleister
Well worst case, umm...lol, don't even get me started...cause then we'd be talking...well...just go read a little the very thread in my sig and get
you some popcorn...
But that's extreme, no doubt. Worst case here, and what I am alerting for, is that a major rupture could occur, causing a 9+ quake. Question is, due
to fault length, is there a long enough fault there to generate a quake that big in the Solomon Islands?
At over 4,000 km long, you better believe it. Yes, there is. But so far, they seem to be confined to a 300 km squake area. This is latest update on
I am anxious to see if these aftershocks keep spreading away from this area, near the zone...