posted on Nov, 13 2004 @ 01:00 PM
How about the 4.2 that just went off not far from L A.
Personally I've been thinking it's about time for a big one in that area, due to the fact that a lot of plates around the globe seem to be
moving.... so to the resident seismic crew here:
Since all the plates are interlocked, and they are all 'floating', doesn't it stand to reason that when you get that much activity on one side of
the ring of fire, you will see activity on the other side, maybe not immediately, but shortly thereafter? (and we have had a LOT of > 6 quakes in the
For the recordl; I don't think the sky is falling, and I don't think we are about to get smacked into by a stray planet, and I don't think there is
an ominous blob in the sky at night about to eat my children. I don't think this is the end of the world.
I do think we can have major seismic happenings, without it being the end of the world and that is what I'm interested in discussing