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    Is California "going down"...

    Foreshock For Something Bigger? A Magnitude 4.6 Earthquake Just Struck A Fault Line Off The Coast Of Northern California






    An unusually large earthquake just hit the west coast. According to the USGS, a magnitude 4.6 earthquake that was centered directly on a fault line happened approximately 221 kilometers west of Ferndale, California on Friday. Fortunately, it was far enough away from shore that no major damage was caused. But if this was just a foreshock for a larger event that is still to come, then there is definitely reason to be concerned. Scientists tell us that California is way overdue for the “Big One”, and as you will see below, when it finally arrives it could potentially be the worst cataclysm in American history up to this point.


    And of course, this magnitude 4.6 earthquake on Friday follows several other significant west coast earthquakes that happened earlier in the week.
    On Thursday, a magnitude 3.5 earthquake hit San Bernardino




    And on Wednesday a very alarming magnitude 4.7 earthquake rattled the Oregon coast


    [COLOR=inherit !important]A moderate-sized, 4.7 magnitude earthquake struck off the coast of Oregon, according to the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS).

    [COLOR=inherit !important]The quake hit at around 7:11 a.m. on April 10, more than 200 miles west of Florence, Oregon, with a depth of 6.2 miles, the agency said. It was located about 230 miles west of Coos Bay.

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    It is not unusual for the west coast to experience earthquakes. They happen all the time and they are usually very small.


    But for so many quakes of this size to happen so close together is definitely noteworthy. This is especially true considering all of the other shakings that we have seen along the Ring of Fire lately.

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    There are hundreds of Quakes out there (West of me) Monthly

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gator Monroe View Post
    There are hundreds of Quakes out there (West of me) Monthly
    Move to another state before it happens for that place is truly Gomorrah and God will not let it continue as it is.
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    I realize there's a lot of wishful thinking ill will where California is concerned, but damn. Learn a little about California geography and seismology. It'll save some folks some disappointment. :geez

    1. The earthquake was ~140 miles from the coast.

    2. Ferndale is well over 200 miles NNE of the city everybody loves to hate, San Francisco, and 600 or 700 miles north of the Land of LA.

    3. While a 4.6 on the New Madrid Fault might cause significant damage, due to less stringent building codes and building ages, a 4.6 in California is what knocks canned goods off store shelves and topples stacks of Charmin. The 1989 Loma Prieta earthquake that caused minor damage - in the context of the whole SF Bay Area, not to those who lost loved ones - was probably almost a thousand times stronger that that 4.6, and not 140 miles out to sea.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Coolwalker View Post
    Move to another state before it happens for that place is truly Gomorrah and God will not let it continue as it is.
    New Jersey is Gomorrah California is Sodom

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    @Traddles why the nit-picking...I as many others want to see that state disappear from sight and the sooner the better. Get out of Sodom (as Gator Monroe said) before it's too late or stay and perish.
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    When it does come, it will result in catastrophic loss of life and anarchy. Be prepared to see millions of miscreants coming to towns and cities near you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by teeceetx View Post
    When it does come, it will result in catastrophic loss of life and anarchy. Be prepared to see millions of miscreants coming to towns and cities near you.
    Not if they're in the ocean they won't. And I doubt they can walk 3 thousand miles.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Coolwalker View Post
    Not if they're in the ocean they won't. And I doubt they can walk 3 thousand miles.
    Us folks in the Mountains (Southern Cascades /Eastern Shasta County ) wont be in any Ocean (And if we are the Tidal Waves will reach Boise & Vegas/Saint George

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    Quote Originally Posted by teeceetx View Post
    When it does come, it will result in catastrophic loss of life and anarchy. Be prepared to see millions of miscreants coming to towns and cities near you.
    How is that different than today?

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