San Andreas agitation noted in recent flurry of tremors

August 9, 2011San Francisco – The San Andreas Fault is a continental transform fault which runs a length of roughly 810 miles (1,300 km) through California in the United States. The fault’s motion is right-lateral strike-slip (horizontal motion). The fault forms the tectonic boundary between the Pacific Plate and the North American Plate. A recent flurry of small earthquakes ranging from 2.5 magnitude to 3.4 over the last 24 hours shows agitation along the fault has increased. This is something we will continue to keep an eye on. –The Extinction Protocol
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1 Response to San Andreas agitation noted in recent flurry of tremors

  1. My wife and I began putting these puzzles together 5 years ago, especially the weather, heat- coming from under the sea, afterall, the fire within will obviously need outlets, this will alter weather so much, it will cause sickness in sea mammals, people on or near new volcanoes rising from the sea, and plates shifting while this is going on -reminds me of when we met in 1965, and Kracatoa-East Of Java was one of our favorite books- Fire and Ice will remove most of this civilization
    George Huff ,P. Geologist


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