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September 28-03; Earthquake risk in California

Discussion in 'Political Discussion' started by Holy Diver, Sep 28, 2010.

  1. Holy Diver

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    I don't think they can predict quakes, but I do recall reading that there some correlation between temperatures and quakes?
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    Its been hot as balls the last few days out here in the bay....

    They call this "Earthquake Weather"
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    Record high yesterday here in LA. Not for the date or time of year -- hottest day ever. (Quite nice, actually, after a pretty much non-existent summer)
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    This reminds me of your post that scientists "predicted" that Betelgeuse was going to go supernova in August and would shine as bright as the moon in the night sky. :rolleyes:

    Note: When I say Betelgeuse was predicted to go nova in August, what I mean is the effects would finally be visible here on Earth. But needless to say, it didn't happen.
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    This reminds me of when you change subjects in almost every thread you 'contribute' to.

    NOTE: I post stuff for discussion, things that will generate some riffing on the subject matter. If its something that you have nothing to add to, as always, feel free to not post anything.
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    But I didn't change the subject. I gave an example showing how you are the easily fooled, gullable type that believes everything he reads on the internet, as you have demonstrated several times.

    Someone said it on teh interweb, so it must be true!
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    Its a story thats been going around. I heard it on Jim Rome this morning, looked it up, and posted it for discussion.

    we were discussing it here at work, and someone found the article linking the hoax.

    I know you are a very judgy person, who needs the spolight shined on his/her self ona regular basis, so a thread that didnt contain your name, or ask for yourthoughts miught have been a bit disturbing.

    I'm truly sorry for that, next time I'll try and think about you first before posting threads.
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    I think that's a fantastic idea. That way I, as someone clearly more educated than you, can let you know whether or not you are once again being a gullible tool, easily fooled by internet urban myths, or if the story is a legitimate one. Think of all the bandwith we can save if you just run your stories by me aforehand!
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    #95 Jersey

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    If I understand the list correctly, there's something like 5 earthquakes per day in California (including Baja California). So it doesn't really seem to me like predicting one to hit sounthern California in the next week or so is really all that big of a stretch.

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