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Southern California 8/26/12 Earthquake swarms at Brawley will not trigger Big EQ.

 
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Southern California 8/26/12 Earthquake swarms at Brawley will not trigger Big EQ.
The earthquake swarms happened today in Brawley California will not trigger a big earthquake and it has nothing to do with San Andreas Fault.

This is due to water level at Salton Sea drastically dropping over the past few decades, has reach it critical point and makes the soil at south side of the lake where City of Brawley is located “Compacting”, because of the pressure from the lake dropped.

This is why all earthquake swarms are concentrated in one small area and all in Vertical motion- most of them are shallow quake within 10 to 12 Km in depth.

One measurable effect resulting from the swarms is: the Elevation of Brawley City will drop few inches. I believe USGS is conducting the survey at the moment.

This phenomenon is unique for Salton Sea in California only, it doesn’t happen anywhere in the world.

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Re: Southern California 8/26/12 Earthquake swarms at Brawley will not trigger Big EQ.
The earthquake swarms happened today in Brawley California will not trigger a big earthquake and it has nothing to do with San Andreas Fault.

This is due to water level at Salton Sea drastically dropping over the past few decades, has reach it critical point and makes the soil at south side of the lake where City of Brawley is located “Compacting”, because of the pressure from the lake dropped.

This is why all earthquake swarms are concentrated in one small area and all in Vertical motion- most of them are shallow quake within 10 to 12 Km in depth.

One measurable effect resulting from the swarms is: the Elevation of Brawley City will drop few inches. I believe USGS is conducting the survey at the moment.

This phenomenon is unique for Salton Sea in California only, it doesn’t happen anywhere in the world.

[youtube] [link to www.youtube.com]
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LINK??

Also, please tell me what makes you an expert and you know all what you said to be true??

You registered on the 4th August and haven't been involved much judging by an advanced search I've done...

Why have you been all over the California Threads today??
Spreading dis info??

Explain yourself.....
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Re: Southern California 8/26/12 Earthquake swarms at Brawley will not trigger Big EQ.
The earthquake swarms happened today in Brawley California will not trigger a big earthquake and it has nothing to do with San Andreas Fault.

This is due to water level at Salton Sea drastically dropping over the past few decades, has reach it critical point and makes the soil at south side of the lake where City of Brawley is located “Compacting”, because of the pressure from the lake dropped.

This is why all earthquake swarms are concentrated in one small area and all in Vertical motion- most of them are shallow quake within 10 to 12 Km in depth.

One measurable effect resulting from the swarms is: the Elevation of Brawley City will drop few inches. I believe USGS is conducting the survey at the moment.

This phenomenon is unique for Salton Sea in California only, it doesn’t happen anywhere in the world.

[youtube] [link to www.youtube.com]
 Quoting: Ninnia


LINK??

Also, please tell me what makes you an expert and you know all what you said to be true??

You registered on the 4th August and haven't been involved much judging by an advanced search I've done...

Why have you been all over the California Threads today??
Spreading dis info??

Explain yourself.....
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You read my thoughts. The OP has an agenda which would be to deceive everyone.

A shill
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Re: Southern California 8/26/12 Earthquake swarms at Brawley will not trigger Big EQ.
um, until they can accurately predict the locations and magnitudes of earthquakes before they happen then no claim can be made about how an earthquake in one location can/cannot affect a nearby fault. the exact location of the earthquakes in Brawley may not lead to a huge earthquake in Brawley but one cannot say that a decent sized earthquake in Brawley has zero effect on other nearby (or even not so nearby) faults as our "scientists" can't accurately define how activity on faults affects other faults.

come back with your "it can't happen" when you can prove it can't happen based on a science that shows exactly how it does happen. that's the only way you can rule out what can't happen is by having a thorough understanding of how it does.
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Re: Southern California 8/26/12 Earthquake swarms at Brawley will not trigger Big EQ.
um, until they can accurately predict the locations and magnitudes of earthquakes before they happen then no claim can be made about how an earthquake in one location can/cannot affect a nearby fault. the exact location of the earthquakes in Brawley may not lead to a huge earthquake in Brawley but one cannot say that a decent sized earthquake in Brawley has zero effect on other nearby (or even not so nearby) faults as our "scientists" can't accurately define how activity on faults affects other faults.

come back with your "it can't happen" when you can prove it can't happen based on a science that shows exactly how it does happen. that's the only way you can rule out what can't happen is by having a thorough understanding of how it does.
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and, ftr, i'm not talking about papers on plate tectonics. that won't cut it. i'm talking about having such a thorough understanding that time/location/size of any/all earthquakes is known because all earthquake triggers are thoroughly understood. mainstream science can't do this. black ops science, probably. heck, they can surely cause them if they wish. but the average usgs scientist who says "don't worry about a big quake because this particular fault doesn't have big quakes" is full of crap because that usgs scientist can't predict how any decent sized quake is going to affect the surrounding faults, the land, etc. and those variables are going to be different depending on different times of year, solar cycles, climate conditions, man made digging activity, other factors i'm not listing and perhaps some science hasn't even considered.

iow, we know very little and it's the height of ignorance to claim what can/cannot happen when we lack thorough knowledge of a subject. regardless of subject.
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Re: Southern California 8/26/12 Earthquake swarms at Brawley will not trigger Big EQ.
i fucking knew this was a shill. shill. i live in so cal. get the fuck out of so cal. i happen to be visiting sacramento in nor cal but tomorrow instead of going home i might head to my other home in las vegas depending on if this continues
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Re: Southern California 8/26/12 Earthquake swarms at Brawley will not trigger Big EQ.
I'd be more concerned if the swarm were occurring on the San Andreas Fault, or even much closer to it.

Brawley is in the middle of nowhere -- so that alone makes quakes around it less important -- and isn't associated with any major EQ fault.
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Re: Southern California 8/26/12 Earthquake swarms at Brawley will not trigger Big EQ.
I'd be more concerned if the swarm were occurring on the San Andreas Fault, or even much closer to it.

Brawley is in the middle of nowhere -- so that alone makes quakes around it less important -- and isn't associated with any major EQ fault.

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shill. i live in so cal. get the fuck out of so cal. i happen to be visiting sacramento in nor cal but tomorrow instead of going home i might head to my other home in las vegas depending on if this continues
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Re: Southern California 8/26/12 Earthquake swarms at Brawley will not trigger Big EQ.
i did find it quite odd. all eq's were in same location.
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Re: Southern California 8/26/12 Earthquake swarms at Brawley will not trigger Big EQ.
I'd be more concerned if the swarm were occurring on the San Andreas Fault, or even much closer to it.

Brawley is in the middle of nowhere -- so that alone makes quakes around it less important -- and isn't associated with any major EQ fault.

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Fuck you. I live close to there. And tard, it is close to baja. Ticking time bomb.
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Re: Southern California 8/26/12 Earthquake swarms at Brawley will not trigger Big EQ.
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so many of these EQs are on the fault line. beware of shills like this one. i am from so cal and the only reason i come to this site is to worry about what is happening right now... i suggest leaving cali honestly... i only wish everyone else had my brains
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Re: Southern California 8/26/12 Earthquake swarms at Brawley will not trigger Big EQ.
The earthquake swarms happened today in Brawley California will not trigger a big earthquake and it has nothing to do with San Andreas Fault.

This is due to water level at Salton Sea drastically dropping over the past few decades, has reach it critical point and makes the soil at south side of the lake where City of Brawley is located “Compacting”, because of the pressure from the lake dropped.

This is why all earthquake swarms are concentrated in one small area and all in Vertical motion- most of them are shallow quake within 10 to 12 Km in depth.

One measurable effect resulting from the swarms is: the Elevation of Brawley City will drop few inches. I believe USGS is conducting the survey at the moment.

This phenomenon is unique for Salton Sea in California only, it doesn’t happen anywhere in the world.

[youtube] [link to www.youtube.com]
 Quoting: Ninnia


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Re: Southern California 8/26/12 Earthquake swarms at Brawley will not trigger Big EQ.
I'd be more concerned if the swarm were occurring on the San Andreas Fault, or even much closer to it.

Brawley is in the middle of nowhere -- so that alone makes quakes around it less important -- and isn't associated with any major EQ fault.

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San Andreas is overrated as far as what people assume it will do. It can produce a large quake but the energy will be dispersed along the fault lessening the impact in any one particular area. I worry much more about the types of faults that produce quakes like Northridge in a concentrated area.
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Re: Southern California 8/26/12 Earthquake swarms at Brawley will not trigger Big EQ.
I'd be more concerned if the swarm were occurring on the San Andreas Fault, or even much closer to it.

Brawley is in the middle of nowhere -- so that alone makes quakes around it less important -- and isn't associated with any major EQ fault.

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"Brawley is in the middle of nowhere" really? You are crazy, I live 7 miles from brawley and we are not in the middle of nowhere, only a couple of miles from riverside county and from san diego county, not to mention close to the border. Just because you might have never heard of this town, it doesn't mean it's in the middle of nowhere,and therefore making it less important of what is happening to us out here.

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