The EEEARTHQQQQUAKEEE thread


Danbones
#1
earthquake.usgs.gov

https://earthquake.usgs.gov/earthquakes/map/



Strongest Earthquake in 20 Years Rattles Southern California

The magnitude-6.4 Independence Day quake was centered in the Ridgecrest area north of Los Angeles
https://www.nbclosangeles.com/news/l...512225192.html

7.1 Magnitude Earthquake Rocks Southern California

Just a day after a July 4 jolt, Southern California is rocked again by an even stronger earthquake

A day after a powerful quake rattled Southern California, residents across the region were shaken by a 7.1 temblor that rattled for up to 40 seconds, knocked out power and frayed already thin nerves.
https://www.nbclosangeles.com/news/l...512288562.html


Well, It turns out the sun based climate people were also right about earthquakes being triggered by the same scientific phenomenon as the changes in the jet stream and the increase in COOLING clouds which are caused by a lack of solar radiation shielding us from ( cooling cloud causing ) COSMIC radiation.

I think we are going to see more of this close to home in the near future severing things like power lines, phone/ computer lines, road ways, and water systems.
 
Danbones
#2
California could be hit by a BIGGER quake within days:

Experts warn of powerful aftershocks as it's revealed LA's new earthquake warning app failed to send out an alert despite largest tremor for 20 years

Geologists say the 6.4-magnitude quake will produce an aftershock which could be even more powerful

The new ShakeAlert app in Los Angeles detected the quake but did not send out a public notification

The quake caused fires, cracked roads and broke power lines in California, but caused no serious injuries

It was the most powerful earthquake in Southern California since a 7.1-force quake in October 1999
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/art...uake-days.html

Oh yeah, that CO2.
 
MHz
#3
I assume the Rockies will hold back the water even of the rift move all the way from Mexico to Alaska. Let er rip.
 
Curious Cdn
+1
#4
California is being punished for her sinful ways.
 
MHz
#5
Do you have any idea what race of people have the most money and influence there??
 
Curious Cdn
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Quote: Originally Posted by MHz View Post

Do you have any idea what race of people have the most money and influence there??

Insufferable Yuppies?
 
petros
+1
#7
Lots of movement on the entire eastern Pacific plate.

Aleutians were first then St Helens rumbling then the QCIs 2 days ago and now down in CA.
 
Curious Cdn
+1
#8
The Earth is ringing like a bell.
 
Kreskin
+1
#9
Quote: Originally Posted by petros View Post

Lots of movement on the entire eastern Pacific plate.

Aleutians were first then St Helens rumbling then the QCIs 2 days ago and now down in CA.

St Helens rumbling again? Oh man. I remember when that thing went off. Our place shook and we weren't even close.
 
Curious Cdn
#10
Quote: Originally Posted by Kreskin View Post

St Helens rumbling again? Oh man. I remember when that thing went off. Our place shook and we weren't even close.

Maybe, you should sacrifice a virgin.

Good luck finding one.
 
Kreskin
+1
#11
Quote: Originally Posted by Curious Cdn View Post

Maybe, you should sacrifice a virgin.

Good luck finding one.

Sounds like an Gilligan's Island episode.
 
Danbones
#12
Quote: Originally Posted by Curious Cdn View Post

Maybe, you should sacrifice a virgin.
Good luck finding one.

Well Yorgie, there are other places to look for virgins other than the illegal immigrant invasion you know.
 
petros
#13
Quote: Originally Posted by Kreskin View Post

St Helens rumbling again? Oh man. I remember when that thing went off. Our place shook and we weren't even close.

We could feel it in the OK.

Author:
Laura Fattaruso
Published:
4:35 PM PDT June 25, 2019
Updated:
4:52 PM PDT June 25, 2019
Four dozen earthquakes were detected at Mount St. Helens over the last month, but volcano seismologist Dr. Weston Thelen of the United States Geological Survey said itís nothing to worry about.

While the volcano alert level hasnít been raised, the swarm of activity is a reminder that Mount St. Helens is the most active volcano in the Cascade Range. It was the last to erupt, and likely also the next to erupt
 
petros
#14
Quote: Originally Posted by Curious Cdn View Post

Maybe, you should sacrifice a virgin.
Good luck finding one.

We have you.

I'm not sure if the Wahine would appreciate an old fart with a limp dick and a leaky prostrate tho.
 
Danbones
#15
A virgin is a virgin.
 
Curious Cdn
#16
Quote: Originally Posted by Danbones View Post

A virgin is a virgin.

What's that? The motto of bicycle seat sniffers, everywhere?
 
MHz
#17
Quote: Originally Posted by Kreskin View Post

St Helens rumbling again? Oh man. I remember when that thing went off. Our place shook and we weren't even close.

You can't have one without the other. . . . doh.
 
Kreskin
+1
#18
Quote: Originally Posted by MHz View Post

You can't have one without the other. . . . doh.

One what without the other what?
 
Blackleaf
#19
LA earthquake smears woman's lipstick: http://www.kaotic.com/video/Qc2jKPU1_2019806183747_t
 
Danbones
#20
An earthquake's impact can be predicted - but only after it hits

July 6 (Reuters) - Over the next week, Southern California has only a 27% chance of experiencing a third earthquake greater than magnitude 6, but a 96% chance of going through a tremor of magnitude 5 or higher.

Those precise probabilities were generated by scientists at the United States Geological Survey (USGS), using models based on longstanding principles of seismic behavior and decades of data on aftershocks from earthquakes.

But the same predictive power does not extend to forecasting when and where earthquakes will strike in the first place, experts acknowledge.

"Even if it's a theoretical possibility, it may be a practical impossibility," said Andrew Michael, a California-based geophysicist at the USGS.

A powerful 7.1 magnitude quake shook the remote town of Ridgecrest in the Mojave Desert on Friday evening, a day and a half after a 6.4 magnitude temblor was recorded in the same region.

On average, a quake is followed by an even stronger tremor only about 5% of the time, though it happens more frequently in areas with significant geothermal activity, like the Mojave, according to Michael.

The USGS first began offering public aftershock forecasts in the 1980s, Michael said.
http://news.trust.org/item/20190706214822-ug2nf
 
Curious Cdn
#21
Quote: Originally Posted by petros View Post

We have you.
I'm not sure if the Wahine would appreciate an old fart with a limp dick and a leaky prostrate tho.

There s nothing wrong with my prostate.

You "prostrate" tells me that you're lying, though.
 
Danbones
#22


You can tell all that from over there where you are?

impressive.
 
MHz
+1
#23
Quote: Originally Posted by Kreskin View Post

One what without the other what?

If your place shakes in a quake 'you are close' no matter what the distance is. If you do not feel anything 'you are not close'.
 
petros
+2
#24
Quote: Originally Posted by Kreskin View Post

One what without the other what?

Love and marriage.
 
Danbones
#25
The Shaking Won't Stop: More Than 10,000 Quakes Strike California, Nevada In Last 7 Days

The ground is constantly shaking in southern California right now, and this has many concerned that another large earthquake may be coming. I have been keeping my eye on Cal Tech’s recent earthquake map, and as I write this article it says that there have been 10,053 earthquakes in California and Nevada over the past 7 days. I have never seen that number so high, and southern California is being hit by yet another new earthquake every few moments.

Most of the earthquakes are happening out in the Ridgecrest area where we witnessed the magnitude 6.4 earthquake that hit on July 4th and the magnitude 7.1 earthquake that hit on July 5th. But as you can see from Cal Tech’s map, there has been a tremendous amount of seismic activity along the San Andreas fault as well.

As I discussed the other day, the San Andreas fault is “locked and loaded” and it is way overdue for “the Big One”. Could it be possible that all of this earthquake activity is leading up to something really big?



https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2019-...da-last-7-days
 
petros
+1
#26
Oh come on its all the fracking and climate change.

By the way Ridgecrest is nowhere near San Andrea's. They are overthrust faults which are nothing like strike slips faults such as San Andrea's.

The western most line on that map is the St. Andrews.
Last edited by petros; Jul 12th, 2019 at 07:11 AM..
 
Curious Cdn
#27
Quote: Originally Posted by petros View Post

Oh come on its all the fracking and climate change.

...of D.T.s...
 

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