Sprout
Locked faults....
Tue Sep 12, 2017 5:28pm
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From the (limited) reading I have done on the topic, it appears there are a number of faults along the west coast of the US that are believed to be long overdue for movement. Apparently some seismologists are concerned that this delay is going to result in extremely intense earthquakes when they do finally break loose. I think the challenge is that it could occur tomorrow, or it could occur in 'only' a few hundred years.

From one article I read, while the San Andreas is the fault that gets the most press, apparently it is nowhere near the fault that represents the greatest threat.




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