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The next big earthquake in California may impact more people than scientists previously expected.

Seismologists have thought the massive San Andreas Fault would slip in Northern or Southern California. Not all at once because of a buffer called a creeping zone.

The creeping zone near the middle of the fault did not appear capable of transmitting a quake through the entire state because stress didn't build up there. But seismologist Kate Hutton at Caltech says new evidence reveals the San Andreas could slip from top to bottom.

"There would be damage in both San Francisco and Southern California,

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NO WAY!!

:rolleyes:

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Eh!

I though the thread was about a new Quake game ...

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Eh!

I though the thread was about a new Quake game ...

LOL so did I. I am now disappointed this is about an actual earthquake.

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Maybe it will fall into the ocean and float away.

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Maybe it will fall into the ocean and float away.

Reminds of of Bill Hick's Arizona Bay.

Bye you lizard scum, bye!

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My money is on 2030 for the Big one. ;)

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