Tuesday, March 7, 2017

Happen Now, 7.9+ Earthquake!

A.S.A.P., so I needn't spend the next several hrs. deciding how to vote. Election Day Earthquake ... nice ring to that.

Stretch Of San Andreas Near L.A. Is Overdue For Massive Earthquake, Says Study

How does this apply to us? Researchers said that a major quake happens in the area once every 100 years on average; it's been 160 years since the 1857 quake. Also, the more the quake is delayed, the more energy is wound up from years and years of friction; meaning we may see an especially big quake when it does happen.
On the other paw, it continues, the 1857 event was so damn big that the next one may be relatively smaller, & the "average" is merely that. This science stuff is hard! And ambiguous.
Captain Beefheart - When It Blows Its Stacks
THE HEPTONES "I Shall Be Released"

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