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Message Subject Earthquake Alert~Always Updated*5.5 Indonesia*5.2 Indonesia*5.1 Taiwan*5.0 Iran*5.0 Indonesia ~ Pg 11992
Poster Handle Simple27
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Hi CS!

Hopefully it won't escalate. :\

I would never want to see that. hugs
 Quoting: Simple27

Hopefully not. Me neither. Those 4.0 quakes this morning all in succession were soooooooo weird though...

And the 4.0 that hit San Francisco was, once again, on the Hayward Fault.


ABC 7 was reporting on TV when I got home and they're still saying that big one on the Hayward Fault can happen "any day now".
 Quoting: CuriousSeeker

They've really been pushing that for the past month or so now. Like REALLY pushing it...daily.

That whole West Coast area. Maybe they'll cause the GLP effect because they talk about it so much!

 Quoting: Simple27

Wow - daily? I didn't realize they were STILL pushing it daily. What's up with that?

Anyway, re: GLP effect, maybe they're hoping they will cause that? teehee
 Quoting: CuriousSeeker

Maybe not daily...that may have been an exaggeration, but maybe not. I'd have to seriously look. But it seems like every time I turn around I'm seeing something about it.

For example:

When the big one hits, whose voices will be heard?
A short reflection on multilingual social media posts about the recent Bay Area earthquake and what that might mean for US disaster response
[link to medium.com (secure)]

Wake-up call from the Hayward Fault
During a brief visit to California this week, I, along with a metroregionfull of people, was treated to a rattling little temblor from the Hayward Fault. The quick jolt struck conveniently just before everyone’s morning alarms went off, serving as a wakeup call for the day, and as this season’s broader “wakeup call” reminder that there are big active seams in the crust inching along around and below our cities.
[link to blogs.agu.org]

Washington tsunami shelter offers protection for students, residents
Surrounded by the Pacific Ocean on three sides, Westport, Wash., would not be a great place to be if a tsunami was barreling towards the West Coast.

If a major earthquake struck the Juan de Fuca fault line, the first waves would hit the town within 20 minutes.

[link to www.cbc.ca]

And kinda creepy that this came out yesterday...

Twenty Photos of the 1906 San Francisco Earthquake
On April 18th, 1906 at 5:12 in the morning, the coast of Northern California was hit by an earthquake that is considered to be the worst natural disaster in the state's history. The quake pre-dated the Richter scale measurement by thirty years; experts estimate the magnitude of the quake on the modern moment magnitude scale as anywhere from 7.8 to 8.25.
[link to www.neatorama.com]
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