Tuesday, June 02, 2015

Well, Californicated sits where two plates are grinding together,

so does this surprise anyone?
The latest research into the little known, fault-riddled, undersea landscape off of Southern California and northern Baja California has revealed more worrisome details about a tectonic train wreck in the Earth’s crust with the potential for magnitude 7.9 to 8.0 earthquakes. The new study supports the likelihood that these vertical fault zones have displaced the seafloor in the past, which means they could send out tsunami-generating pulses towards the nearby coastal mega-city of Los Angeles and neighboring San Diego.


skidmark said...

And the problem with that would be what?

(Yes, I know taxpayers are going to be soaked for funds to rebuild - unless the damage it more than Hurricane Katrina but less than Nagasaki/Heroshima.)

stay safe.

Windy Wilson said...

This might cure the problem of Blue-state California.