posted on Apr, 20 2015 @ 10:23 PM
Considering all the recent big earthquake talk I felt this was worthy to share here. I did do a search and couldn't find anything, sorry if I missed
it and this has already been posted.
This interests me because I used to live smack dab in the middle of downtown Ventura, CA
A major earthquake on the Ventura fault, which runs through downtown Ventura and into the ocean, is estimated to occur every 400 to 2,400 years. The
last major quake hit about 800 years ago.
In fact, I was living there during the same time period that I joined ATS, my enhanced paranoia of big earthquakes at the time is what led me to the
I used to bomb my skateboard right through the middle of town then I would ride to the coast and go surfing. I lived at a place called "the avenue" in
a rental conveniently built underneath a future landslide ready to collapse. Perfect! Needless to say, I'm happy to be out of there.
In the link they say it is estimated that a big EQ is expected to hit this particular undersea fault every 400-2400 years, and it's been 800 since the
last one. So we can look at that in two ways. Either it will happen any second now, or at most, in another 1600 years or so.
Nothing too exciting but maybe this is news to somebody.
edit on 20-4-2015 by GoShredAK because: Polishing