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Thursday, March 17, 2016

Overdue earthquake in California set to be FAR worse than expected

Prophecy Sign:  Earthquakes in diverse places

New fault lines are being discovered all the time and usually with a warning that any earthquake along that new fault could be a big one.  When this world starts to shake and quake it will break apart like some sort of giant jigsaw puzzle, as the bible warns would happen at the time of the end.

Therefore I will make the heavens tremble; and the earth will shake from its place at the wrath of the LORD Almighty, in the day of his burning anger. Isaiah 13:13 NIV

Overdue earthquake in California set to be FAR worse than expected
The long-overdue earthquake set to hit southern California could be far worse than expected, a new study suggests. There is widespread consensus that millions will be killed or displaced when - not if - the San Andreas fault ruptures. Now, a geophysicist claims there is a strong chance this quake will coincide with one along the adjacent San Jacinto faultline, which runs through more heavily-populated cities. If true, it would mean authorities have dramatically underestimated how many people will be affected by the natural disaster. 
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3490584/Overdue-earthquake-California-set-FAR-worse-expected-study-warns-research-suggests-TWO-faultlines-set-erupt-time.html 


Multi-fault ruptures can unleash stronger California earthquakes, Stanford study

A new research by Stanford scientists, based on California's deadly 1812 earthquake, demonstrates how the rupturing of multiple faults in California can trigger even more powerful quakes. It was assumed previously that infamous San Andreas Fault was the sole cause for the M7.5 quake of December 8, 1812, on of the biggest in the history of California. But new research implicates an accomplice - the lesser-known, nearby San Jacinto Fault, whose potential for provoking serious quakes in tandem with the San Andreas has been underestimated.

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