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earthquake
Los angeles
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Re: earthquake
Right on Beverly Hills also very shallow ..

Magnitude 3.3
Date-Time

Monday, September 03, 2012 at 10:26:56 UTC
Monday, September 03, 2012 at 03:26:56 AM at epicenter

Location 34.075°N, 118.390°W
Depth 0.1 km (~0.1 mile) (poorly constrained)
Region GREATER LOS ANGELES AREA, CALIFORNIA
Distances

1 km (0 miles) ENE (76°) from Beverly Hills, CA
2 km (1 miles) SW (229°) from West Hollywood, CA
3 km (2 miles) NE (53°) from Century City, CA
13 km (8 miles) W (280°) from Los Angeles Civic Center, CA

[link to earthquake.usgs.gov]

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Re: earthquake
yep felt it banana2
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[link to earthquake.usgs.gov]

3.3 beverly hills, was quite the shaker
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[link to earthquake.usgs.gov]

3.3 beverly hills, was quite the shaker
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yeah - it was one of those thrust ones that get your attention. not going back to sleep now.
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[link to earthquake.usgs.gov]

3.3 beverly hills, was quite the shaker
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Very dangerous situation, if hit there M 5.0+ shallow like that one will be very very shaky, also it's possible in next days ..

Think we will have stronger activity too in next 5 days and M 7.0 + somewhere around Fiji-Tonga-Vanuatu-NZ area, or magnitude 6.2 + area West Coast-Mexico-Alaska, Japan, from Iran to Italy ..
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Re: earthquake
Whats does the shallowness represent?
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Whats does the shallowness represent?
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Yeah - look at the map - basically it was directly under the four seasons hotel on doheny.

i have NEVER heard of an earthquake there before, but beverly hills DOES have a lot of oil rigs, so...
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[link to www.world-earthquakes.com]
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cant sleep now.
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Whats does the shallowness represent?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1405000


Yeah - look at the map - basically it was directly under the four seasons hotel on doheny.

i have NEVER heard of an earthquake there before, but beverly hills DOES have a lot of oil rigs, so...
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also, the depth is listed at .1 km, which is 500 feet from surface.but, the thing is, it looks like it cannot register any closer than 0.1 km, so it is actually somewhere between 0 and 500 feet below the surface.

something needs to be investigated there. maybe a gas line exploded or something.

also, this is about 1 block from cedars-sinai, where we would have to go for treatment if it was a bad one. there's only ucla and cedars in the area.

weird.
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Whats does the shallowness represent?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1405000


Yeah - look at the map - basically it was directly under the four seasons hotel on doheny.

i have NEVER heard of an earthquake there before, but beverly hills DOES have a lot of oil rigs, so...
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 18835047


also, the depth is listed at .1 km, which is 500 feet from surface.but, the thing is, it looks like it cannot register any closer than 0.1 km, so it is actually somewhere between 0 and 500 feet below the surface.

something needs to be investigated there. maybe a gas line exploded or something.

also, this is about 1 block from cedars-sinai, where we would have to go for treatment if it was a bad one. there's only ucla and cedars in the area.

weird.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 18835047


No I'm positive it was earthquake ..

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[link to abclocal.go.com]
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Sorry, converted mile instead of km, so it was actually between 0 and 300 feet below the surface.

very strange...such a violent thrust, too, for only a 3.3.

normally a 3.3 doesn't even get your attention at all - it's so small, just above nothing. but this...weird.
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Re: earthquake
Whats does the shallowness represent?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1405000


Yeah - look at the map - basically it was directly under the four seasons hotel on doheny.

i have NEVER heard of an earthquake there before, but beverly hills DOES have a lot of oil rigs, so...
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 18835047


also, the depth is listed at .1 km, which is 500 feet from surface.but, the thing is, it looks like it cannot register any closer than 0.1 km, so it is actually somewhere between 0 and 500 feet below the surface.

something needs to be investigated there. maybe a gas line exploded or something.

also, this is about 1 block from cedars-sinai, where we would have to go for treatment if it was a bad one. there's only ucla and cedars in the area.

weird.
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No I'm positive it was earthquake ..

[link to s1206.photobucket.com]

[link to abclocal.go.com]
 Quoting: Rain-Man


Logically, I know it was an earthquake - but it's so different from usual. such a thrust from right below. i'm just trying to make sense out of the location.
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Sorry, converted mile instead of km, so it was actually between 0 and 300 feet below the surface.

very strange...such a violent thrust, too, for only a 3.3.

normally a 3.3 doesn't even get your attention at all - it's so small, just above nothing. but this...weird.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 18835047


Something like this, that M 3.3 you feel was like M 5.0 depth of 20 km or M 5.7 depth 70 km also destruction would be the same etc etc ..

Last Edited by Rain-Man on 09/03/2012 07:32 AM
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What does shallowness represent ?

Lack of depth.
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Anything under a 5, in Cali, is not worth mentioning.
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Anything under a 5, in Cali, is not worth mentioning.
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That's my point - this one is odd depth, odd location, and oddly attention-getting.

Like the poster above said, at such a shallow depth, this one had the same potential as a larger quake at lower depth.
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Sorry, converted mile instead of km, so it was actually between 0 and 300 feet below the surface.

very strange...such a violent thrust, too, for only a 3.3.

normally a 3.3 doesn't even get your attention at all - it's so small, just above nothing. but this...weird.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 18835047


Something like this, that M 3.3 you feel was like M 5.0 depth of 20 km or M 5.7 depth 70 km also destruction would be the same etc etc ..
 Quoting: Rain-Man


Thanks, btw...good point.
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Re: earthquake
Anything under a 5, in Cali, is not worth mentioning.
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USGS found it important enough to list it on their homepage as a significant earthquake.

[link to www.usgs.gov]
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Tommy Lee Jones will save you!
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Tommy Lee Jones will save you!
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Tommy Lee Jones can save me ANYday.

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