Great work you guys! I couldn’t for the life of me figure out why there was an earthquake that big and the location that it was. Now thanks to you I’ve got a really good idea why so f****** weapons plant there. How do we know the something go wrong what we do know is there was a foreshock or a smaller one followed by a bigger one I’m not going to say for shock and then the big one cuz I don’t think actually that’s what happened but I do think there was something man-made that happened there that could have brought on that large earthquake after the small mishap. But hey what do I know good eye guys I love your work!
“M 6.4 – 12km SW of Searles Valley, CA 2019-07-04 17:33:49 (UTC)35.705°N 117.506°W 10.7 km depth”
“M 4.6 – 7km ESE of Ridgecrest, CA 2019-07-04 18:39:44 (UTC)35.601°N 117.597°W 2.8 km depth” https://earthquake.usgs.gov/earthquakes/eventpage/ci38443607/executive
Update note: CalTech has the M 6.4 earthquake as more shallow (8.7 km) than the USGS. According to CalTech: “04 Jul 2019 10:33:48 PDT, (35.705, -117.508), depth 8.7km; 12km SW of Searles Valley, California” CalTech also says that since records began in 1932 there have been 31 events of M4 or greater within 10km of the July 4th 2019 earthquake. The largest prior to the 4th was M5.8 on 1995/09/20, and the most recent was M4.1 on 01 Nov 2011. The article written by Dr. Jennifer Andrews provides the following info on faults: “Faults: CFM fault associations: most likely Not associated with a CFM modeled fault (99%). Alternates:…
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