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    California and Nevada rocked by 945 earthquakes in 7 days

    California and Nevada rocked by 945 earthquakes in 7 days

    02/16/2024 // Ava Grace // 2.4K Views


    Tags: big government, big one, California, chaos, Dangerous, disaster, Earthquakes, Ecology, environment, Faultline, national security, natural disasters, Nevada, panic, San Andreas fault, seismic hazard, SHTF, Southern California, United States Geological Survey, USGS


    Parts of California and Nevada had been rocked by nearly a thousand earthquakes recently. In California alone, at least 13 earthquakes were recorded in just 25 minutes at one point.
    "Good morning Southern California! Did you feel the magnitude 4.8 earthquake about two miles northwest of El Centro at 12.36 a.m.? The #ShakeAlert system was activated," the United States Geological Survey (USGS) Shake Alert account recently posted on X. (Related: The Big One is coming: New study suggests California could be hit by a major earthquake soon.)
    The National Weather Service's San Diego branch similarly posted: "It has been a busy night to our east...several small earthquakes have occurred in El Centro in the past 15 minutes. A couple of them were felt at our office. As of 12:53 a.m. there have been 13!"
    Officials said the USGS's Shake Alert system estimated at least one of the earthquakes registered a magnitude above 5.0, triggering alerts to cell phones.
    Although some near the area said they hadn’t felt the tremors, one X user wrote: "Definitely felt much stronger than a 4.8." Another added: “Earthquake swarms just as I was about to go to bed. Strong enough for things to fall and break. Sadly, a few broken decorations.”
    According to the Southern California Earthquake Data Center, California and Nevada have been hit by a total of 945 earthquakes in seven days.
    What happened to San Andreas fault?

    When people hear about earthquakes in California, most immediately think of the San Andreas fault system. But meteorologists have confirmed that the recent spate of quakes were caused by the San Jacinto fault system, which runs further south than the San Andreas fault.
    Recently, USGS said 27 significant quakes of at least magnitude 2.5 have hit the state within 24 hours. While that certainly isn't anything to freak out about, it is noteworthy.
    USGS scientists have further assured the public that this is not "the Big One" – an anticipated mega earthquake expected to hit somewhere along the Western United States.
    When the Big One finally arrives, a writer for the End of the American Dream, noted that the ground on the western side of a major fault line could suddenly drop by several feet or more. Much of that area is barely above sea level, which could potentially allow the Pacific Ocean to come rushing in.
    The rapid cluster of earthquakes also came just two days after a 4.6 magnitude earthquake hit several miles northwest of Malibu, Florida. Dr. Lucy Jones, a California earthquake expert colloquially referred to as "the Beyonce of earthquakes," noted that there was an approximately five percent chance of a larger earthquake hitting southern California soon after the Florida quake.
    But Jones was also quick to dismiss the possibility that the recent quakes are connected to the larger, 5.7 magnitude temblor that hit the Big Island of Hawaii on the same day of the earthquake in Malibu.
    Visit Disaster.news for more stories about earthquakes.
    Watch this video speculating whether "megaquakes" will hit the Western U.S. in 2024.

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    Is the “Big One” coming soon? Southern California struck by 13 earthquakes in 25 minutes

    02/18/2024 // Zoey Sky // 770 Views


    Tags: aftershocks, California, disaster, Earthquakes, injuries, natural disaster, property damage, Southern California, survivors, tremors, USGS


    Parts of California were hit by more than a dozen earthquakes overnight on Feb. 12, with 13 quakes shaking the state within only 25 minutes.
    "Good morning Southern California! Did you feel the magnitude 4.8 earthquake about two miles north-west of El Centro at 12.36am? The #ShakeAlert system was activated," posted the United States Geological Survey (USGS) Shake Alert account on X.
    El Centro is a city in the Imperial Valley in the southern California border region. The quakes continued until 1:01 a.m., when the 13th quake of the series that started less than a half hour earlier was recorded.
    The National Weather Service's (NWS) San Diego office also announced on X that "It has been a busy night to our east." The agency mentioned that several small earthquakes "have occurred in El Centro in the past 15 minutes."
    The NWS's post also mentioned that the office felt several of the quakes and that as of 12:53 a.m., there have been 13 earthquakes.
    El Centro is located about 30 miles east of the San Diego County border and more than 100 miles from San Diego proper, but residents of the city submitted reports of weak shaking to the USGS.
    There have been no reports of any damage from the series of early-morning earthquakes in Southern California. Officials explained that the USGS’s Shake Alert system estimated at least one of the earthquakes registered a magnitude above 5.0, which triggered alerts to cell phones.
    The rapid cluster of earthquakes happened two days after a 4.6 magnitude earthquake hit several miles northwest of Malibu on Friday, Feb. 9. Authorities reassured that there were no major damage or injuries reported. Dr. Lucy Jones, a California quake expert called "the Beyonce of Earthquakes," said in an interview that there was a five percent chance of a larger earthquake in southern California soon after. (Related: Historic rains and flooding push California fault lines toward the "Big One.")
    3.8 Magnitude earthquake hit Ontario, California

    Just days after the series of earthquakes, another one hit the state on Thursday, Feb. 15.
    A 3.8 magnitude earthquake hit Southern California near San Bernardino County, reported the USGS. According to the USGS, the earthquake hit just outside of Ontario, California, about six miles south of Rancho Cucamonga and about 18 miles southwest of San Bernardino. The quake could be felt as far away as Los Angeles and Huntington Beach, the USGS added.
    The USGS added that the earthquake originated about eight miles underground and struck around 11:38 p.m. local time Thursday. Fortunately, there were no immediate reports of damage or injuries.
    According to the USGS, damage depends on different variables like the total distance from the earthquake, what type of soil you are on, and building construction.
    The USGS added that damage does not usually occur until the earthquake magnitude reaches somewhere above 4 or 5.
    Go to Disaster.news for other reports about earthquakes and other natural and man-made disasters.
    Watch the video below for an earthquake update as seismic unrest spreads across the world.

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