Earthquake California

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California earthquake : Hundreds of aftershocks, more expected

12 March 2013 | 6:24 pm The magnitude 4.7 earthquake in Riverside County on Monday has produced hundreds of aftershocks, and experts said that trend should continue for several days. http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/lanow/2013/03/california-earthquake-aftershocks.html

California earthquake : Aftershocks continue for second day

12 March 2013 | 2:28 pm A magnitude-4.7 earthquake in Riverside County continued to produce aftershocks for a second day. There were more than a dozen small aftershocks Tuesday morning, after more than 150 on Monday. All were small and probably not felt by residents in… http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/lanow/2013/03/california-earthquake-aftershocks-continue-for-second-day.html

Earthquake Rattles Southern California

12 March 2013 | 2:45 am A magnitude 4.7 earthquake struck deep beneath a mountain range in Southern California on Monday, jangling the nerves of tennis stars competing in the nearby desert town of Indian Wells. http://www.cnbc.com/id/100544218

4.7 California Quake: Aftershocks Continue to Shake SoCal …

12 March 2013 | 4:41 pm For a second day, small aftershocks continue to rumble beneath Southern California. The aftershocks are the result of a 4.7 magnitude earthquake that occurred Monday. The Earthquake was centered under Riverside County, http://www.webpronews.com/4-7-california-quake-aftershocks-continue-to-shake-socal-2013-03

Earthquake Rattles Southern California

12 March 2013 | 1:57 am A magnitude 4.7 earthquake struck deep beneath a mountain range in Southern California on Monday, jangling the nerves of tennis stars competing in the nearby desert town of Indian Wells. http://www.cnbc.com/id/100544218

California Earthquake Celebrity Tweets Paula Abdul & More …

11 March 2013 | 7:43 pm An earthquake with a 4.7 magnitude hit Southern California on Mar. 11 and now celebs are tweeting in the midst of the aftermath! Paula Abdul is just one of the celebrities who are taking to Twitter to express their concern over http://hollywoodlife.com/2013/03/11/california-earthquake-celebrity-tweets-paula-abdul/

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5 Responses to Earthquake California

  • RaRaRa says:

    What Is It Like To Live In Santa Cruz, California? We are considering starting a family there (of course, after we live the for a couple years to test it out). But we want to gauge if we should even consider it. We are drawn to Santa Cruz because of its (said) liberal atmosphere and proximity to San Francisco, mountains, and beaches.

    But, if you once/currently lived/live there, what is it really like?
    Does it feel like a small town? A beach town? A city?
    Do you need a car to get around anywhere, or is the public transportation system sufficient?
    What is there to do?
    How often do you get earthquakes? And how serious are they?

    Thanks.

  • Emily says:

    Question About The Electoral CollegE? Ok, so I’m reading an article about it and I don’t get how this part works. And yes, I do understand what the Electoral College/popular vote is. Can anyone explain it to me? The article says:

    Another benefit is that the Electoral College system ensures that non-voters are fairly represented. This may sound stupid at first (if you don’t vote, that is your fault, right?). But consider that Election Day is the only one day. A lot can happen on that day: an earthquake in California, an ice storm in Miinesota. Imagine how useful the electoral system will prove if a massive earthquake were to hit California on Election Day. Even if 10% of voters make it to the polls, California’s influence will still be proportional to its population. (<---I'm not getting what this sentence is saying...) In a popular vote system, this would be a disaster. They would clearly be underrepresented, but they could not be allowed to vote again after they had seen what the rest of the country had done. The point here is that the biggest benefit to the Electoral College is its ability to handle rare events that we may not have even considered before."

  • Emily says:

    Question About The Electoral College? Ok, so I’m reading an article about it and I don’t get how this part works. And yes, I do understand what the Electoral College/popular vote is. Can anyone explain it to me? The article says:

    Another benefit is that the Electoral College system ensures that non-voters are fairly represented. This may sound stupid at first (if you don’t vote, that is your fault, right?). But consider that Election Day is the only one day. A lot can happen on that day: an earthquake in California, an ice storm in Miinesota. Imagine how useful the electoral system will prove if a massive earthquake were to hit California on Election Day. Even if 10% of voters make it to the polls, California’s influence will still be proportional to its population. (<---I'm not getting what this sentence is saying...) In a popular vote system, this would be a disaster. They would clearly be underrepresented, but they could not be allowed to vote again after they had seen what the rest of the country had done. The point here is that the biggest benefit to the Electoral College is its ability to handle rare events that we may not have even considered before."

  • James says:

    Is North Korea Actually Going To Nuke The U.S.? I heard that North Korea threatened to nuke Los Angeles & San Francisco. . I have a lot of Family in those cities & I’m really worried & scared. I heard about how last year they had a Nuclear bomb test that caused a 4.9 magnitude earthquake. Are they actually going to nuke us? I’m 15 & I live in Sacramento, California. . I know that even if they did the effects of the bomb on Sacramento would be little but its not me I’m worried about. What would the U.S. do in Retaliation if they did actually do it? What are the chances of them actually doing it? Would it start WW3? What would the U.S. do? I’m scared please help.

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