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California sees uptick in sizable earthquakes
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[quote:Lil Miss Trouble:MV8xMDM3MjA3XzE2NDE4NjkwXzJCNUJBN0U=] well at least someone is telling the truth, good for them! [/quote]
Saw this today...
California sees uptick in sizable earthquakes since the Mexicali temblor
April 12, 2010 | 3:06 pm
If youíve been feeling more shaking this year, itís not your imagination. The number of quakes greater than magnitude 4.0 in Southern California and Baja California has increased significantly in 2010. There have been 70 such quakes so far this year, the most of any year in the last decade. And itís only April.
There were 30 in 2009 and 29 in 2008. Seismologists said they are studying the uptick but cannot fully explain it.
Major earthquakes tend to occur in cycles, and experts have said the region in recent years has been in a quiet cycle when it comes to sizable temblors. The string of quakes this year raises the possibility that Southern California might once again be entering a more active seismic period.
link to latimesblogs.latimes.com
Is "ENTERING A MORE ACTIVE SEISMIC PERIOD" another word for
"OH MY FUCKING GOD....DOOM....PREPARE NOW?"
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