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Scientists say Lake Tahoe overdue for 7.0 magnitude Earthquake and Mega Tsunami!!!

 
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Re: Scientists say Lake Tahoe overdue for 7.0 magnitude Earthquake and Mega Tsunami!!!
And what about those that live there? Also, it's a popular ski destination.
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It's also popular during summer because of the combo of camping/gambling.

There's also another disaster waiting to happen in same area (in Nevada County California side).

There is a dam near Truckee called Fortis Dam. About a year ago they discovered a new fault right at the dam that is capable of a 7plus eq. If that dam goes it will flood Reno with probability of a large loss of lives.
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You are right, it's a very popular tourist destination and for someone to say big deal....a few trees might shake, is just a very insensitive person. (Not you, hun hf)

And they just discovered a new fault line in basically the same area. Crap's getting real.
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You got to realize that Lake Tahoe is 1 of the deepest lakes in the world and that will make it a very impressive tsunami for the size of the body of water. Also frozen hydrates are at the bottom and these will be released if they are churned up.
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You got to realize that Lake Tahoe is 1 of the deepest lakes in the world and that will make it a very impressive tsunami for the size of the body of water. Also frozen hydrates are at the bottom and these will be released if they are churned up.
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Are we talking methane? I didn't even think about that.
We're talking a potential mega disaster! Not global...no, but horrible for that area.
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You are right, it's a very popular tourist destination and for someone to say big deal....a few trees might shake, is just a very insensitive person. (Not you, hun hf)

And they just discovered a new fault line in basically the same area. Crap's getting real.
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Yes, Lake Tahoe is close to both Truckee & Reno. All three are popular tourist spots. I live in Nevada County (Calif) but hardly ever go to Lake Tahoe. It's pretty built up. Truckee is a neat, old town though.

I'll probably feel a 7 either at Lake Tahoe or the dam near Truckee but wouldn't be a disaster where I'm at. Still hoping it doesn't happen, of course, for the people that live there.

Well, knew about the Fortis Dam/Reno quake potential but hadn't heard of the Lake Tahoe one.

Thanks for posting this. 5*'s!
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You are right, it's a very popular tourist destination and for someone to say big deal....a few trees might shake, is just a very insensitive person. (Not you, hun hf)

And they just discovered a new fault line in basically the same area. Crap's getting real.
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Yes, Lake Tahoe is close to both Truckee & Reno. All three are popular tourist spots. I live in Nevada County (Calif) but hardly ever go to Lake Tahoe. It's pretty built up. Truckee is a neat, old town though.

I'll probably feel a 7 either at Lake Tahoe or the dam near Truckee but wouldn't be a disaster where I'm at. Still hoping it doesn't happen, of course, for the people that live there.

Well, knew about the Fortis Dam/Reno quake potential but hadn't heard of the Lake Tahoe one.

Thanks for posting this. 5*'s!
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Thank you for the 5 stars.
Here is another new study that found land slides from Hawii are capable of producing mega-tsunamis in excess of 300 meters. And of course some asshole shill immediately shows up and one stars the thread.
Thread: New Study finds mega-tsunamis pose potential threat to Hawiian Islands
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Re: Scientists say Lake Tahoe overdue for 7.0 magnitude Earthquake and Mega Tsunami!!!
Do you realize how small lake tahoe is compared to the pacific off of japan? And how "much" water would be displaced? Yeah ok... it'd be a wave. but it's not as though it would suddenly swallow up the west coast with a mega wall of water four states wide... ffs... and being from cali... ALL faults are overdue for some crazy quake... matter of fact is we can't pinpoint when and where and how big yet and yet we as humans want to control everything so we just say oh no it is overdue even though the earth decides when it is due and not due...
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What do you know about Lake Tahoe? It is probably THE deepest lake in NA. There is a tremendous amount of water that could be displaced.
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Do you realize how small lake tahoe is compared to the pacific off of japan? And how "much" water would be displaced? Yeah ok... it'd be a wave. but it's not as though it would suddenly swallow up the west coast with a mega wall of water four states wide... ffs... and being from cali... ALL faults are overdue for some crazy quake... matter of fact is we can't pinpoint when and where and how big yet and yet we as humans want to control everything so we just say oh no it is overdue even though the earth decides when it is due and not due...
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What do you know about Lake Tahoe? It is probably THE deepest lake in NA. There is a tremendous amount of water that could be displaced.
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^^This^^
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Re: Scientists say Lake Tahoe overdue for 7.0 magnitude Earthquake and Mega Tsunami!!!
Lake Tahoe north is experiencing minor clustering, as past of the long valley caldera, which includes mammoth mountain as well as Mono lake, it is something to watch.

Personally, I expect to see the southern end towards Ridgecrest to piss off the Garlock Fault, which it currently is. Coso volcanics which are north of Ridgecrest are currently experiencing volcanic harmonics.

The north end of the White wolf fault is the tail end of mammoth mountain which is also experiencing a series of minor quakes as well in the last 3 months.

It's going to take a lot to get Tahoe active, I'd look elsewhere first.

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Re: Scientists say Lake Tahoe overdue for 7.0 magnitude Earthquake and Mega Tsunami!!!
There's a great article about it over at The Watchers Site.
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Re: Scientists say Lake Tahoe overdue for 7.0 magnitude Earthquake and Mega Tsunami!!!
There's a great article about it over at The Watchers Site.
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May e I'll go drop over later and take a look, got a link to the thread so I do t have to skim through 4000 end of the world posts?. I'd appreciate it trinitymountain.
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