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"size malla" Discussed on True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

04:59 min | 1 year ago

"size malla" Discussed on True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

"Welcome to kids Smith and mystery your host kid crumb today. We're GONNA look at several events that were predicted. And of course we'll start with our current pandemic predicted seventeen years ago by science. If you still believe in science and is this a first well of course not you can look back. A hundred years to the nineteen eighteen. Banish flu epidemic tremendous number of similarities. Between on then. And what's going on now but we're going to leave that behind. Don't look at earthquakes. Also predicted are subduction zone. Earthquakes have occurred every three hundred and fifty years said six hundred BC with the most recent taking place January twenty six seventeen o one evidence for the earlier quakes or predictions comes from core samples taken from the ocean floor. The seventeen hundred quake caused several coastal regions are both Washington and Oregon to drop sixty six feet. Massive coastal storms during the nineteen ninety seven and ninety eight storms washed away tons of sand revealing hundreds of stumps the remnants of Sitka spruce forest. It is through a combination of carbon dating and counting of rings. That the date of the last cascade subduction zone or C. S. Z. Quake place the Earth. Surfaces made up of seven major plates in many smaller ones. The smaller place creator quakes for short durations of fourteen to forty five seconds it may reach nine point five on the Richter scale. They often take place at what is called the fault line between plates March Eleventh. Two Thousand Eleven Japanese experience subduction zone quite that lasted more than four minutes at a nine point one. On the Richter scale it was the fourth most powerful earthquake in the world since modern record taking began in nineteen hundred to shake created a soon nami that reached one hundred thirty three feet and move six miles inland. It moved Japan's main island of Honshu. Eight feet and shifted the earth on its axis between four and ten inches. This was an earthquake created by the shifting of the Pacific Plate Vialli to help put earthquakes in perspective the Loma Prieta quake that interrupted the nineteen eighty nine world series in San Francisco. California lasted fifteen seconds. The Great San Francisco earthquake of Nineteen. Six was eight point six and it lasted. Forty five seconds but Japan's greater earthquake of twenty eleven lasted over four minutes at nine point one on the Richter scale based on data from Oregon. Siochana Oceana Graphic Person Patrick Corcoran and US GS is Alaska. Science Center true mysteries of the Pacific northwest will now who are predicted. Minute by minute. Impact of a Cascadia subduction zone earthquake on the Oregon coast get this after three hundred twelve years the CS is he could no longer take the strain. It ruptures a spot fifty five miles west of Cannon Beach Oregon and quickly spreads along the seven hundred miles of length from British Columbia to Mendocino California. The North American plate slips fifty seven feet to the South West sliding over the one to Fuca plate. But remember we're talking about a crushed more than fifty miles deep. The first movement sends a pressure wave that travels through the Earth's crust at thirteen thousand miles an hour it will reach the West Coast in ten seconds. The leading edge will hit cannon beach and seaside thirty seconds later it reaches Portland Oregon in fifty seconds at his Seattle at nine point one. It's what Size Malla. Just call a full rip. Most cities can withstand a six point eight quake last year forty five seconds. But the difference between a forty second and a four-minute quake is like the difference between a head on collision at four miles an hour and forty miles an hour within three minutes. Shaking continues the coast will drop from six to twenty five feet after five minutes. The worst is over for Portland and Seattle will have suffered from ground. Liquefication building collapsed gas fires citywide after six minutes. People seeking high ground to avoid the SU- NAMI will be impeded by debris and driving will be almost impossible at eight minutes to Sonoma will be about twenty five miles offshore. It approaches like an enormous high tide but flash floods speed. The leading edge will only be inches but it will increase to forty feet is predicted that the cascade subduction zone quake would create twice the impact of Japan's great quake of twenty eleven. Keep in mind that by the time you finish listening to this podcast. There will earthquake somewhere in the world. The Pacific northwest mega quake was researched. Here at.

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Prediction

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

04:54 min | 1 year ago

Prediction

"Welcome to kids Smith and mystery your host kid crumb today. We're GONNA look at several events that were predicted. And of course we'll start with our current pandemic predicted seventeen years ago by science. If you still believe in science and is this a first well of course not you can look back. A hundred years to the nineteen eighteen. Banish flu epidemic tremendous number of similarities. Between on then. And what's going on now but we're going to leave that behind. Don't look at earthquakes. Also predicted are subduction zone. Earthquakes have occurred every three hundred and fifty years said six hundred BC with the most recent taking place January twenty six seventeen o one evidence for the earlier quakes or predictions comes from core samples taken from the ocean floor. The seventeen hundred quake caused several coastal regions are both Washington and Oregon to drop sixty six feet. Massive coastal storms during the nineteen ninety seven and ninety eight storms washed away tons of sand revealing hundreds of stumps the remnants of Sitka spruce forest. It is through a combination of carbon dating and counting of rings. That the date of the last cascade subduction zone or C. S. Z. Quake place the Earth. Surfaces made up of seven major plates in many smaller ones. The smaller place creator quakes for short durations of fourteen to forty five seconds it may reach nine point five on the Richter scale. They often take place at what is called the fault line between plates March Eleventh. Two Thousand Eleven Japanese experience subduction zone quite that lasted more than four minutes at a nine point one. On the Richter scale it was the fourth most powerful earthquake in the world since modern record taking began in nineteen hundred to shake created a soon nami that reached one hundred thirty three feet and move six miles inland. It moved Japan's main island of Honshu. Eight feet and shifted the earth on its axis between four and ten inches. This was an earthquake created by the shifting of the Pacific Plate Vialli to help put earthquakes in perspective the Loma Prieta quake that interrupted the nineteen eighty nine world series in San Francisco. California lasted fifteen seconds. The Great San Francisco earthquake of Nineteen. Six was eight point six and it lasted. Forty five seconds but Japan's greater earthquake of twenty eleven lasted over four minutes at nine point one on the Richter scale based on data from Oregon. Siochana Oceana Graphic Person Patrick Corcoran and US GS is Alaska. Science Center true mysteries of the Pacific northwest will now who are predicted. Minute by minute. Impact of a Cascadia subduction zone earthquake on the Oregon coast get this after three hundred twelve years the CS is he could no longer take the strain. It ruptures a spot fifty five miles west of Cannon Beach Oregon and quickly spreads along the seven hundred miles of length from British Columbia to Mendocino California. The North American plate slips fifty seven feet to the South West sliding over the one to Fuca plate. But remember we're talking about a crushed more than fifty miles deep. The first movement sends a pressure wave that travels through the Earth's crust at thirteen thousand miles an hour it will reach the West Coast in ten seconds. The leading edge will hit cannon beach and seaside thirty seconds later it reaches Portland Oregon in fifty seconds at his Seattle at nine point one. It's what Size Malla. Just call a full rip. Most cities can withstand a six point eight quake last year forty five seconds. But the difference between a forty second and a four-minute quake is like the difference between a head on collision at four miles an hour and forty miles an hour within three minutes. Shaking continues the coast will drop from six to twenty five feet after five minutes. The worst is over for Portland and Seattle will have suffered from ground. Liquefication building collapsed gas fires citywide after six minutes. People seeking high ground to avoid the SU- NAMI will be impeded by debris and driving will be almost impossible at eight minutes to Sonoma will be about twenty five miles offshore. It approaches like an enormous high tide but flash floods speed. The leading edge will only be inches but it will increase to forty feet is predicted that the cascade subduction zone quake would create twice the impact of Japan's great quake of twenty eleven. Keep in mind that by the time you finish listening to this podcast. There will earthquake somewhere in the

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"size malla" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

14:35 min | 2 years ago

"size malla" Discussed on WTVN

"Of fear, which is a deca Hadrian. Nineteen point five degrees. There's no getting around it. Oh, you would you like comment on Mr. Hogan's nineteen dot five. In fact, I called him when I suddenly noticed that the giant crater in Yucatan is at nineteen point five degrees, and none of his publications that talked about that. And he says, now, that is interesting. Really? Yeah. As a matter of fact, I've got a call into Richard, I think he's back from Europe or might be taking off again. I'm not sure but he is intriguingly an interest. He's just a very interesting personal listen to, and I'm beginning to buy into an awful lot of what he says, going back to owning to the Cody conference a couple of years ago and paper on the face on Mars wondering why my other geologic colleagues weren't saying, hey, this thing doesn't look natural. And I about ninety percent convinced it's not natural. It's about the size and shape of Ayers, Rock in, in Australia. And in the forties. There was a, a Japanese architect who suggest. It'd we've make giant face during up for extraterrestrials to have a look. Yes. Knows a mile long so not too far off from. Earthling concept. There was a program called the mysterious origins of mankind juicy that I think I may have seen one or two new. Right. Well, it proposed a theory that suggests that there is at various times, gigantic hostile movement. That, that everything's shifts that, you know, in that they have found a vegetation, up the North Pole and so forth. Well, I worked north of the Arctic circle in the books range, and there were poppy and buttercup and everything growing in the hills. And right next to the glaciers, and the and the foes, and ground is right there about two feet down. So you can just picture elephant wandering around and flipping into some floods and getting frozen rather quickly, even with the buttercup centers stomach that doesn't mean he lived in temperate climate, and if they did why did he need all the hair and why did you have the woolly rhinoceros and all this stuff? So, yeah. Sanford, Ivan Sanderson and I guess, Casey and a few others talk about this. Matthew displacement Hapgood is another leading proponent, and there's no question. The magnetic field Agneta poll move, slowly around. Absolutely. But we've never had any indication of a sudden shift of the crust itself. So you generally reject the absolutely east of the Rockies you're on the air with Jim Burke, Lind. Hi. And your guests are increasing. The bird. The bird. Yes. Damp, proven of research that dogs and cats. And I mean. Does. Like an inline on R. I sure does the colorization. Well, they see the heat heart of radiating and know whether we're okay or not veteran that may be. Regarding quake in staying feel certain things that they to know exactly what it is. I think they're kind of stunned. There was a lady that had a dog a German shepherd and I've heard this now to at the time the night before a strong earthquake though, the quakes over, and Livermore, her dog developed convulsions, and she thought she was going to lose them bet and couldn't see what was wrong, and then after a few hours, and he was okay, the next morning. She walked out for morning walk. She opened up the front door. And she said it was like almost like opening up an oven door. I felt as if the air were layered if a head of texture to it. I don't know how to describe it, and then the quake Hammond and about two months later, they had she had moved to another locality south of San Francisco, and they had a three point eight, and I called her and she said he had convulsions the night before that went to. And then I just read from a size Malla just in Mexico City that before the big Mexico quake in nineteen eighty his German shepherd had had convulsion that the night before, and he never could understand. There's electro-magnetic energy out there and it's getting our nervous systems. I believe that's true. I firmly believe that's true. East of the Rockies you're on the air with Jim Burke, Linda. Hi. Where are you please? Hi. Hi. All right. Well, number one, I will ask about the nine but first of all, he spoke about. Daughter that lives about twenty five miles from real foot lake. And. But you said twenty five percent chance. But did you say prediction for the magnitude probably a three magnitude three four three two four reasons larger unless do you had some local indicators? Oh, I see. Yeah. Of course, real foot lake was created when the meander of the Mississippi was cut off by the quake. Uh-huh. They'll be like just cut it off. Couldn't continue to flow. Yeah. I wanted to ask the name of author of the lunar effect that. Dr arnold. Lieber. L. I. E. V. E. R. He. You're lucky it came out about nineteen seventy nine. What I liked about it too in the back in the glossary. It has a list of all of the phases of the moon until about the year two thousand six or something like that. Oh, well, that's great. And the lies name of when the way it is. Tributes. He actually he lectured here at Stanford master. And I didn't find out about until he left. I'm just kicking myself. I did make it a chance to talk to him because he is, is just a classic scientist and took an awful lot of Gulf from people that had no right to. Yeah. Interesting show. I think but for me. T. R. I. B. U. T. T. S C, H tributes. Oh. Let me talk to the author, Thurston. Clarke, Thurston park, the L A R K E who got a Guggenheim and got a National Geographic award for previous books. He's recently come out with a book called California fault. And he starts at the north end of the San Andreas, and worked his way clear down to about the Mexican border talking to people such as myself. I've got a large part of the chapter in there and. Interviews predictors and cultists and historians. It's really an excellent sociological study. And if you want to get to the right to the trace its chapter, twenty eight lost cats and smashed pigeons twenty eight yeah. All right. There you are. Well. And it's really interesting. Thank you. Yes, it is. All right. Here's one for you, Jim. If tunnel house, could you tackle this one, assuming your hypothesis that water table, hydraulic pressure, frees up the plates would be would address lowering of the water table in central California, especially the San Joaquin valley caused the area to act optimistically, as an anchor or pessimistically as a pivot. Oh, no. I can't say that all this was written up in. We are the Craik generation by Geoffrey Goodman, and he referred to the Joaquin valley as moving up and down dozens of heat I worked there. Whether you're reclamation for about three years, and there's two kinds of subsites going on shallow to the side and the calling caused by dry soils getting worse saturated, and they just collapsed. And, and that causes up to twenty or thirty feet of, of subsidence along with the pulling out the deep water table from the farmers and ranchers, and that also adds to groundwater table of reduction and the surface dropping along with it. So those two main kinds of science create big problems for canals and topa, graphic surveys, and everything else through there but they're not it'll have nothing to do with plates. The, the theory that I talk. About is that the, the faultlines the shallow relatively shallow faultlines are the where the water collects and increases the pressure has very little to do with the plate movements, which are thousands of miles across. Okay. I've got you quick shift. I cannot not ask you about these swarming of quakes at mammoth Albouy. Yes. And they seem to come in, in waves, don't they? Yes, they do. It's caused again, a level alert from the US GS, they've had number. In fact, one is strong as over four magnitude so far, none of their alerts have turned out to be, you know. But one of these days, one of these days what's liable to happen there. Well, we know six hundred thousand years ago, there was probably one of the largest eruptions that ever hit the earth, and about a several thousand feet of Bishop tough flowed out and act was carried into the sky and left about six inches thick over. Nebraska, good Lord. And it was it would put mount Saint Helens and Pinatubo and everything else to shame. But just the quakes themselves aren't enough to really shouldn't alarm anyone, it's at the ground against us. Well, and the eight against build and the earthquake forci the center, where they were to begin gets, progressively shallower. No, I don't know a lot about what you're talking about. But I know that if the ground began to swell. Yeah, that's really bad. Yeah. Really? And it was doing that ten years ago. I guess nineteen eighty when they had a series of six magnitude quakes at the same time as mount Saint how. Helen ruptured, I think there was some relationship there. I wouldn't like that. I wouldn't like ground swelling west of the Rockies you're on the air with Jim Brooklyn. Hi. Hello. My name is Denise I'm from Washington state. Thank you very much art. I love your program. You Mike is. I I truly believe, and I told a lot of friends, I happen to have a lot of dreams. I almost when we had this score quite several years ago. We were living in California at the time. For over two weeks, I was having ministries, I couldn't even close by without seeing or quake about four days before. Earthquake-hit Cisco, I told my husband you can't go on your trip, and he was going down to San Jose. I says because I know. And you can't go and it's just so funny because it happened the day before he was gonna leave. Of course, he didn't go because. He freaked out. But anyway, I've lived in Washington state here, two years. And in December. I was going everybody that I think is coming here. It's going to be a very active one for Washington. And I even took earthquake insurance and my house this year. Putting your money that's putting your money where your dreams are. Well, did you put in about the flooding there floods of the century this last one? One of the reasons why I. Is a few several months back art, had a, a, a gentleman on or opening of people talking about never when you were saying they felt that the urge shifted and all this stuff, just about the same time to urge our weather changed dramatically here shift. Well, when talk was about what has happened though is we're getting very strange jet stream patterns, and that accounts for where the water goes doesn't it, Jim? Oh, sure that's where the fifth wettest two year period in the history of San Jose. And that's why with my June Visagie went out there. It was at the printers. I showed that the previous four years that do double years that this last two. They each accompanied by quakes five point five to seven and so I- predicted we would have a five and that happened already in may four point eight. So not only do we have the moon. Do we have these title forces all coming together at once in the window that we're in right now? But we have the northwest which took probably the biggest soaking, it's adding a long time. That's how awful lot coming together. Oh, yes. Yeah. And the five point five was the strongest quake in thirty one years up there. The, the month in Helen's quake had a quake there on the March the twentieth of nineteen eighty in the middle of a window that was just about equal to one. We're in right now. It opened on the sixteenth with an eclipse, and there was a four point three quake, right under the volcano a month in Helens, which was the strongest quake on the west coast during my window. So I was a bit disappointed. But I was leased, you know, pointed into mount Saint Helen's, then the next couple of days they had a couple of other threes, one week later, I was being interviewed by a television crew about earthquakes, and I was waiting my arms around the calaveras fault. And we talked about half hour as they folded up their their quits. We started back to the town, and they said, well, speaking of other things, Jim, what do you think about Saint Helen's? I think that volcano means business. I'd give it a fifty fifty chance to erupt. This year and become the first one since my last and back in nineteen twenty two in the conferment. Hope you're right end. It began to erupt that very day. All right. Jim. Hold on. Jim.

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"size malla" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"size malla" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"We've got a couple of lines open if you want to give it a shot, so you should why not. Also, just a reminder, we are doing our first show of promo for our live studio audience show, that is coming up on July twenty eighth Sunday, July twenty eighth. So if you go to Facebook at home with dean, you will find a post tack to the top of our Facebook post the live show post follow the instructions there and you could win a seat for you and your plus one for the July. Twenty eighth live audience show right here at the KFI studios in Burbank. It's gonna be cool. All right. We're talking earthquake stuff today. So I told you before the break that every time we have an earthquake we keep learning, and you would think living in California, that we had this all figured out, but we really don't we really do not. We're we've been playing catch up for almost an entire century when it comes to home Bill. Ending in California. First of all, the, the, the problem is that most California homes, that were built early on in the development of southern California, our imports in style. And in structure from the east and because of that, a place where there are no worth quakes. Nothing was taken into account in that regard and size Malla g in the way that we apply earthquake science to structures is a relatively new thing that we've only been doing very seriously for the last half century or so in layers, we've been trying to catch up. Here's what I mean, after the nineteen seventy-one sill, Mark wake right? February ninth nineteen seventy-one six in the morning. A six point six magnitude quake. After that quake. There was so much devastation from brick buildings in southern California that the codes were radically changed, and we stopped building with brick and unrein forced masonry, all across the board radical code changes in the early seventies a seismic retrofitting on that level. But still, a lot of things went unaddressed some twenty years later, twenty three years later, nineteen ninety four the Northridge quake..

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"size malla" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:44 min | 2 years ago

"size malla" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"All right. This story now a group of senators getting a classified briefing from the navy the topic, you F O's the briefing covered a series of encounters that the navy has reported with unidentified aircraft. The navy issued new guidelines in April for pilots to report unexplained encounters spokeswoman for Virginia. Democratic Senator Mark Warner said a flight hazards are putting our pilots at risk. The Senator needs to know whether it's weather balloons, little green men or something else reporter, Mark Mayfield there, by the way, CNN reporting, the president has also been briefed on the reports of napi pilot spotting. Unidentified flying objects. It's called dope labs. A podcast by a couple of very funny and pretty brilliant, scientists TT should die. And the hiawatha lay CBS's Jurica Duncan met them in Brooklyn, we want to kind of break the mold a little bit. And what people usually here when they're consuming science. What's the biggest compliment? That makes you feel like your message is doing exactly what you wanted it to do the one folks say, I never listen to podcasts. But I listen to your podcast. That's what I say. We are really doing something really, really special here, dope blabs launched through Spotify, sound up contest of program that aims to increase the Versi in the podcasting landscape by supporting shows hosted by women of color, and they teach science, but they do it with humor. If you live in Nevada, and you think you felt the earth move under your feet. It's not your imagination. State size Malla just say they monitored a swarm of dozens of smaller quakes north of Reno and a larger one just south of there. They say while the swarms have a history of subsiding, they can also escalate, so they're warning people to be prepared for the big one just in case. Peter King CBS news on this first day of summer, folks, and eastern, Wisconsin are talking about the snow. There is a stubborn. Pile sitting on a parking ramp right now near the public library in Appleton, Wisconsin. It is the talk of the town city spokesman. Chad Durant said I it's surrounded by concrete. It will come over here and they sell fees, and they post them and they those and kit, we keep parents bring their kids over here and take their kid's picture in front of it. So maybe twenty thirty years from now they can remember that time that there was snow in Appleton in June and July. Oh boy. All right. The snow expected to melt. Eventually, of course, high temps today in Appleton in the mid seventies, that should help and coming up, we're going to take you to Stonehenge to welcome in summer on WBZ..

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"size malla" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

09:26 min | 2 years ago

"size malla" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"On. And thank specially to mayor Erica, said he of Los Angeles. Our next guest is a size Malla GIS to Caltech. And she's a leading thirty on earthquake risk. Would you please welcome? Lucie jones. Okay, lucy. So interesting to me that people clapped earthquakes. So tell us something, we don't know about her quakes start there. Most people think of California's a place with a lot of earthquakes. The reality is, we don't have enough. Now, maybe that's only something small just going to say, but we can look at the geology, and see how many we should have, and especially the last couple of decades. Ben particularly quiet we call it earthquake drought. And the, the only downside of as it is at least a complacency, people think that this is what we have to be ready for. And we need to remember the long run we get more very interesting. So for twenty years, that scale is probably just not significant when you thinking, quakes, yes. On the larger ones. That's right. An actually if you want to see some really interesting debates geologist try to do statistics. Lot of us. Struggle on how to do it correctly and we argue over it. But if you go to small earthquakes, then you have a lot of them and statistically significant that the last twenty years is quite a bit quieter than the previous century so quick to part question. I wanted to tell us about earthquake prediction, and how it's changed over recent decades, and then related to that. What can you tell us about the probability of a big better quake? Let's say in California in the next. Let's say ten twenty and fifty years. Okay. I'll start with the last one and just say the big earthquake on the San Andreas seven point eight, something like that is absolutely inevitable. Just give me enough time. Enough time we're talking decades centuries. What? Well, all right. So we average one hundred fifty a little too excited about the product. I don't get to create my own experiments. I have to wait for it. What the earth is going to give me and I came in here and my first decade, we had a lot of earthquakes. We had Whittier narrows we Northridge we had Loma Prieta, and then for the next twenty five years at the end of my career. Nothing I I miss them. But I realized that not everybody else does the problem is, is that the pattern really is. Random I can give you a rate I can do the earthquake climate if you will. But what we don't have is the particular storm when the rain's coming into night. And my iphone says, there's a fifty percent chance of rain starting at eleven o'clock. That's because they can measure the cloud coming in. There's nothing that has to come in for the earthquake to happen. Or if there is it happens for every earthquake, and there's, there's an average in earthquake once every three minutes in southern California. So what do you? You mean that it's random do, do you really mean that it's random statistically, as far as we can tell it really is? Random now. You think okay we're building up the stress on the fall two years. Quick should happen when the stresses built up the problem is that the earthquakes actually happened at stresses much smaller than the breaking strength of the fault. And it's like if it goes on stable, then we go into a different mode, and dynamic friction is much weaker than static friction. And so the timings controlled by when you happen to get a little break just somewhere on the fault, and it goes on stable, we aren't actually building up to the full strength of FOX. Does that mean there'll never be a time where we can really predict earthquakes? I believe we will never predict earthquakes now notice my qualify. I'm a scientist. I don't say absolutes. The fundamental is do magnitude ones and magnitude sevens beginning exactly the same way if they do there's nothing to predict you don't want me to predict the ones and as far as we can tell at this point the one. In the seven start the same way. I know you're excited for the next big earthquake because it'll keep you busy, which not a bad reason to earthquake. But most people, I would say would probably rather, not have a big earthquake for obvious reasons, loss of life and damage, and on, and on and on, so. Let's talk a little bit about. I guess what? You'd call earthquake risk management, right. Tell us one smart thing and one dumb thing that California has done to manage earthquake risk. So. Really smart thing that mayor said he did his listen to me. He. He invited me to city hall. We had a long discussion. We ended up creating a cooperative project where the US Geological Survey who was my employer at the time. Put me in city hall, and together, we created a resilience plan the two biggest things generally, we know which are the bad buildings that are going to fall down, and we have mandated repairs. The owners have to spend the money to fix those buildings. They don't kill what kind of money are we talking about for retrofitting? Yeah. I mean, there's about fifteen thousand buildings involved, and it's paid by the owners, and if it's a rent controlled apartment, then it split fifty fifty with tenants, but they're not allowed to put the whole cost onto the tenants the concrete, or a commercial building the owner pays for it, and he can change his rant as needed, or you can choose to tear it down. Can I ask you said that the seven is inevitable like, like superman the first movie like the I mean, what is this? I actually watched that movie with a class of. We got thrown theater. It's. We can look at the geology, and Los Angeles is moving to San Francisco and just five million years. We will be a suburb of San Francisco, and that is inevitable and it's not going to be stopped plate tectonics goes on. The question is, are we gonna take the next step in it tonight or next year or fifty years from now and these policies that are building the right infrastructures did these apply to seven level, earthquakes? Absolutely. We do pretty well in a magnitude six, we have had sixes that don't kill people. So we are gradually building it up. I mean, it's all relative thing we absolutely could have a city resilient to it. We can't stop all damage. We could do a better job with our water system. All that Los Angeles act. He was talking about it crosses the San Andreas fault in a wooden tunnel built in one thousand nine hundred and the tunnel is nine feet diameter and the expected fault. Also. That will be twelve feet. So it won't exist after the earthquake. Okay. Mr awesome. Mayor would have you done about that. They are planning the engineering solution now. How much greater is the risk of dying in an earthquake in California versus let's say New York. Not much. We have a lot more earthquakes that you have a lot worse buildings. There was a study that said, what's the expected money to be lost in the different urban areas? Los angeles. Number one San Francisco's. Number two Seattle's number three in New York is number four. I understand that earthquake insurance is not required in California. And that roughly just fifteen percent of property owners have it should it be required. That, that's a different policy question than science, but it is going to hurt our economy, very badly eve what happened to San Francisco in nineteen. Oh, six it was the only city that mattered on the west coast in nineteen. Oh, five that quake happening, essentially destroyed the whole city the next decade is the biggest growth decade in the history of Los Angeles. People gave up on San Francisco and came, south there. Konomi went down for decades, and you can argue that San Francisco never. Regained its position. Makem on Lucie. Jones says the big one is coming and she can't wait. Is there did you turn up any facts that are worth revisiting there is.

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Recorded Marsquake

Innovation Now

01:30 min | 2 years ago

Recorded Marsquake

"Nassar's insight. Lander has recorded for the first time ever a Mars quake kicking off a new scientific field. Martian size Malla. Gee, this is innovation now, bringing you stories behind the ideas that shave our future. The faint seismic signal detected by the seismic experiment for interior structures or SEIs, instrument appears to have indeed come from inside Mars, unlike earth, which is quivering constantly from seismic noise. The Martian surface is extremely quiet Mars and the moon do not have tectonic plates, but they still experience quakes, which are caused by a continual process of cooling and contraction. The size and longer, duration of the event that occurred on Martian soul one twenty eight fit the profile of mooncakes detected on the lunar surface during the Apollo missions. Seis provided for Nasr's insight mission by the French space agency has already surpassed the teams expectations with this audio recording of the quake, scientists worldwide have proved that Mars is still seismically, active and can hardly wait. To listen to other secrets Mars has to tell for innovation now. I'm Jennifer pulley innovation now is. Innovation now is produced by the National Institute of aerospace through collaboration with NASA.

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SPACE NEWS POD

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"size malla" Discussed on SPACE NEWS POD

"And on earth. High quality seismometers off. Placed underground to insulate them from changes in temperature and weather, but it can't be done on Mars. And as a result, it has several ingenious barriers which has a cover which is built by JPL called the wind and thermal shield to insulate it from the planet's winds dust, extreme temperature swings and other sources of noise into date. The E S has surpassed all the teams expectation in terms of sensitivity, president of the C N E S commented that the French SEI s size monitor as the cornerstone of space cooperation between France in the United States instrument has barely begun its mission, and it has already hit pay dirt with this world. First revealing new insights into Mars a planet that was habitable in its ancient past the teams at the s I s Mosey mission control center into loose on working around the clock to operate SAS and analyze that data. Being back from the red planet once again, congratulations to all of the scientists and engineers to whom we owe this fantastic success on the surface of Mars in one Petit who is the CEO of CNRS said that earth is no longer the only planet continuously monitored by size monitors the S S instrument deployed on Mars at the start of this year is now recording the slightest ground vibrations day and night be due to the atmosphere, and it's wind sweeping the surface or quakes in meteorite impacts Mars is the third rocky planetary body in the solar system to be studied by size Malla Just's one hundred thirty years after the beginnings of instrumental size. Molly Jeter had fifty years after the first seismometers developed and deployed by Apollo eleven in July of nineteen sixty nine no fewer than eleven C R S technologies in partnership with universities are working with these exceptional data in. In the months and years ahead. Their research will tell us more about how Mars formed and whites volcanic activity ceased to leave the cold dry desert surface. We see today I'm gonna play you in actual sound of a Mars quake now. So this audio has three different parts the first part of it is Mars wind. So it's sort of sounds like that's my my closest that I could get in the middle. It goes a little bit. Little bit deeper pitch in goes a little bit louder in that stops in. Then there's the robotic arm from the science device. So listen to this closely in the middle. You'll hear the Mars quick. So pretty cool stuff and JPL is going to continue working of insight Lander and working with the French teens to have more SAS data and more on Mars quakes in the future. So I wanna say thank you everybody. Who's been supporting the podcast of the best way to do. That is to just listen subscribe, listen every single day. That's the best way to support the pot. I wanna say thank you for taking the time out of your day to spend a here with me on the space news pod. My name is will. And I will see you soon.

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SPACE NEWS POD

05:07 min | 2 years ago

"size malla" Discussed on SPACE NEWS POD

"And on earth. High quality seismometers off. Placed underground to insulate them from changes in temperature and weather, but it can't be done on Mars. And as a result, it has several ingenious barriers which has a cover which is built by JPL called the wind and thermal shield to insulate it from the planet's winds dust, extreme temperature swings and other sources of noise into date. The E S has surpassed all the teams expectation in terms of sensitivity, president of the C N E S commented that the French SEI s size monitor as the cornerstone of space cooperation between France in the United States instrument has barely begun its mission, and it has already hit pay dirt with this world. First revealing new insights into Mars a planet that was habitable in its ancient past the teams at the s I s Mosey mission control center into loose on working around the clock to operate SAS and analyze that data. Being back from the red planet once again, congratulations to all of the scientists and engineers to whom we owe this fantastic success on the surface of Mars in one Petit who is the CEO of CNRS said that earth is no longer the only planet continuously monitored by size monitors the S S instrument deployed on Mars at the start of this year is now recording the slightest ground vibrations day and night be due to the atmosphere, and it's wind sweeping the surface or quakes in meteorite impacts Mars is the third rocky planetary body in the solar system to be studied by size Malla Just's one hundred thirty years after the beginnings of instrumental size. Molly Jeter had fifty years after the first seismometers developed and deployed by Apollo eleven in July of nineteen sixty nine no fewer than eleven C R S technologies in partnership with universities are working with these exceptional data in. In the months and years ahead. Their research will tell us more about how Mars formed and whites volcanic activity ceased to leave the cold dry desert surface. We see today I'm gonna play you in actual sound of a Mars quake now. So this audio has three different parts the first part of it is Mars wind. So it's sort of sounds like that's my my closest that I could get in the middle. It goes a little bit. Little bit deeper pitch in goes a little bit louder in that stops in. Then there's the robotic arm from the science device. So listen to this closely in the middle. You'll hear the Mars quick. So pretty cool stuff and JPL is going to continue working of insight Lander and working with the French teens to have more SAS data and more on Mars quakes in the future.

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SPACE NEWS POD

04:26 min | 2 years ago

Listen to First Mars Quake Measured and Recorded

"And on earth. High quality seismometers off. Placed underground to insulate them from changes in temperature and weather, but it can't be done on Mars. And as a result, it has several ingenious barriers which has a cover which is built by JPL called the wind and thermal shield to insulate it from the planet's winds dust, extreme temperature swings and other sources of noise into date. The E S has surpassed all the teams expectation in terms of sensitivity, president of the C N E S commented that the French SEI s size monitor as the cornerstone of space cooperation between France in the United States instrument has barely begun its mission, and it has already hit pay dirt with this world. First revealing new insights into Mars a planet that was habitable in its ancient past the teams at the s I s Mosey mission control center into loose on working around the clock to operate SAS and analyze that data. Being back from the red planet once again, congratulations to all of the scientists and engineers to whom we owe this fantastic success on the surface of Mars in one Petit who is the CEO of CNRS said that earth is no longer the only planet continuously monitored by size monitors the S S instrument deployed on Mars at the start of this year is now recording the slightest ground vibrations day and night be due to the atmosphere, and it's wind sweeping the surface or quakes in meteorite impacts Mars is the third rocky planetary body in the solar system to be studied by size Malla Just's one hundred thirty years after the beginnings of instrumental size. Molly Jeter had fifty years after the first seismometers developed and deployed by Apollo eleven in July of nineteen sixty nine no fewer than eleven C R S technologies in partnership with universities are working with these exceptional data in. In the months and years ahead. Their research will tell us more about how Mars formed and whites volcanic activity ceased to leave the cold dry desert surface. We see today I'm gonna play you in actual sound of a Mars quake now. So this audio has three different parts the first part of it is Mars wind. So it's sort of sounds like that's my my closest that I could get in the middle. It goes a little bit. Little bit deeper pitch in goes a little bit louder in that stops in. Then there's the robotic arm from the science device. So listen to this closely in the middle. You'll hear the Mars quick. So pretty cool stuff and JPL is going to continue working of insight Lander and working with the French teens to have more SAS data and more on Mars quakes in the future.

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WNYC 93.9 FM

03:48 min | 3 years ago

"size malla" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Good morning. Sri Lanka's, president says security officials never shared intelligence with him that suggested possible attacks were coming in his country is promising changes now, it's morning edition from NPR news. Among the victims of the Easter attacks in Sri Lanka, a fifth grader from Washington DC. I'm Rachel Martin. And I'm David Greene man is set to be executed in Texas for the killing of James Burge union in nineteen ninety eight we hear how a hate crime committed by three white supremacists. Forever changed Texas town. Also, it's been a year since protesters demanded change in Nicaragua will follow the political turmoil through the eyes of one Nicaraguan fem and review the arguments in the supreme court over the twenty twenty cents. It's Wednesday twenty fourth Cedric, the entertainer turns fifty five the news is next. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Dave Mattingly. The death toll in Sri Lanka is now at three hundred fifty nine following Easter Sunday bombings in and around the capital Colombo more of the wounded have died of their injuries. NPR's? Lauren Freyer has more on the investigation into the suicide bombings claimed by ISIS. She Lanka's deputy defense minister ruin VJ Vardon us at least one of the bombers was highly educated and well traveled. Studied in the UK, and maybe later on to this post graduate in Australia before coming back to settle into. Another of the bombers was a woman in parliamentary Lankan, lawmakers are accusing intelligence officials failing to act on specific warnings about a domestic Islamist group believed to be responsible possibly with outside help ISIS claimed responsibility. Meanwhile, the US ambassador Sri Lanka says the terror threat. There is still ongoing Lauren Freyer NPR news Mumbai North Korean leader, Kim Jong UN is in Russia for his first summit with flat. Amir Putin Kim and the Russian president will be holding talks in the port city of Ladda Vostok. Kremlin adviser says the two will meet tomorrow to discuss Pyongyang's nuclear program. The summit comes two months after Kim and President Trump Manton Vietnam that summit ended abruptly without an agreement on denuclearization the Philippines. Is working to recover from two strong earthquakes one on Monday and another yesterday. The I had a magnitude of six point one left at least sixteen people dead in the north of the country. NPR's Julie McCarthy has more from Manila the Philippine Institute of volka -nology and size Malla. She said Tuesday's quake in the province of east Somare that faces the Pacific Ocean had a magnitude of six point five and struck at a depth of thirty nine miles. A thorns were still consolidating reports of damage but early indications were they were minor Mondays Luzon quake which occurred. Some one hundred eight miles northwest of Manila has generated hundreds of aftershocks, but only some eight heaven felt this court suspended work Tuesday on all courts in Metro Manila to allow inspections of the structural integrity of courthouses, the Philippines, which lies in the so-called Pacific. Ring of fire has many active faults that shift and the occurrence of successive quakes is not uncommon. Julie McCarthy NPR news Manila late. Later today. The state of Texas is scheduled to execute John William king, the white self-described. Racist was sentenced to death for the killing of James Byrd junior. Almost twenty one years ago bird was black in nineteen ninety eight king chamber to the back of a truck and dragged him to his death on a secluded road.

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"size malla" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

05:03 min | 3 years ago

"size malla" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Number. You don't recognize fourteen chances to win every day twenty minutes after the hour. All right now in the last six minutes. There have been two earthquakes. California actually in these are the scientists the size Malla just say that we're experiencing ten times more earthquakes than previously known now this. I mean, the numbers here are staggering in the last decade one point eight million earthquakes. They've been able to measure and ninety percent of them so small they've been undetectable to modern computing methods before that there was just a tiny one hundred and eighty thousand earthquakes. That were on record for ten years. So it's actually one point eight million. And so most of them can't be felt at all. So what's the big deal? Well, according to research, they have a better ability to identify undiscovered faults patterns of moving earthquakes swarms, and what's being described as faint clusters of foreshocks that occur before a larger earthquake. Now that gets interesting because if you're looking at one point eight million earthquakes over the last decade, how many of them have been reasonably sized anywhere from three point eight four point to that. Really, you can sort of feel it or sometimes you don't feel it all the way to massive earthquakes, which in the last ten years. Have we had any major ones in the last ten years trying to remember how many we I mean, we had some beauts for sure, but they've been going on. I remember the ninety. Four quake. And then the the Loma Prieta quake. And then you have the Whittier quake, and you have the Loma Linda quake, and those are basically the ones that I remember, and according to Caltech seismologists Acharya Ross he said we're seeing incredible details, and we are starting to see new faults emerging. All right. So that that here's the problem. They had there is so much garbage out there. We're talking scientific garbage where they're trying to figure out. What's real? And what isn't I guess the analogy here know, if you've ever seen the movies or read movies about submarines super quiet submarines where they figure out what's going on out there by sonar, and the sonar experts have to delineate the stuff that's out there. Right. The normal sound the ambient sound the whales farting that sort of thing with the actual threats. Well, here's the same thing. They the scientists have to figure out the difference between a truck rumbling down the street, which incidentally is far greater in terms that moving the earth and a little tiny earthquake that can't be detected. And here's one that. When I looked at it. I couldn't even understand it. Because you have a let's say a five point six. Right. That's pretty good size or a massive seven point two got it. And then it goes all the way down because this is a geometric scale, the Richter scale, and it goes down to one point seven. This is the first time they've been able to collect in inventory, comprehensive inventory of earthquakes less than magnitude one point seven which can't be felt at all with some record as small as magnitude negative to what the hell is a negative to I can see a zero earthquake. But a negative to these are called micro earthquakes negative to earth quakes. And it's the first time you have a magnitude zero to one documented over a wide region over a long period. What does it boil down to every three minutes? There's an earthquake in southern California used to be every half hour. Now, it's every three minutes. Sorry, I doubted you. No, no. But here when you think about this think about this. You have a an earthquake some kind of a device that records earthquakes, and they're all over the place. And if you if they can detect just the smallest Kimbler a good ship is going to provide more of a rumble than anything else. You know? The badge shaking up down the wall sort of reverberating, depending on the extent. Wow. Okay. All right. I think we're done. That makes sense. I thought that works scientific an elevator sex life. Well, yeah. Yeah. Or allowed one or you move around a lot. All right coming up Jason Middleton moolah Monday. First, let's check in with Jennifer Cedars-Sinai Medical.

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"size malla" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

13:57 min | 3 years ago

"size malla" Discussed on KGO 810

"Great. Here. Hearing. Victor return audio and we will be back. We. Gimme of heard that sound on channel seven ABC in nineteen eighty nine. When the Loma Prieta earthquake struck have you been wondering about with quake lately? Have you been thinking? Wow. There has to be one coming soon. Big one. I have I'm not sure why. But it's been on my mind quite a lot lately. So when I saw the article in the San Francisco Chronicle saying that we are in an earthquake drought. It struck a nerve. Joining us is Dr Glenn Biassa. He is a size Malla gist with US Geological Survey in Pasadena, Dr BSE thank you so much for being with us this afternoon. Smart poyser. So you and a colleague I suppose looked at a thousand years of data along the state's three most active fault lines. The Senate race the Hayward in the Senate who CEO and found a pretty interesting information. What did you find all that data? The first historical observation at the twelve sites that we have where we we look through the sows in years. There's not been surface breaking any of those sites in the last one hundred years the data don't predict this long out. Well, what does the data show what what historically has happened prior to this period of time? So at most of these sites, we we expect quake every say one hundred two hundred fifty years in some cases, two hundred fifty years, so but the sadistically among twelve some should've hit in two hundred years since the last among any of them, which was the central fault in southern California. So together, they any one of them could have a gap of one hundred years if they all have it. We wonder something else going on. Oh, well, what might that? Something else. Be. I mean, are we gearing up for something incredibly massive? I would offer two theories one is the that. This is normal quiet after perhaps a run of very large earthquakes. I your listeners will be familiar with the nineteen o six earthquake rupture with a ruptured from south of Monterey for two offshore actually in northern California. Three hundred miles long and southern California, experienced comparable earthquake in eighteen fifty seven and with these with some others in a flurry in the eighteen hundreds may have in some way, we can't fully say run the system out. Just it all the energy got bled off and his last hundred years has been in some sense, a recovery the alternative is that somehow there they are coordinating for some more active other coordinating some other way that we don't know. And our paper was to be a bit of a spur to people who are are better equipped to models to see if there isn't enough other way, where faults would communicate perhaps and lead to this quiet period. There have been a number of smaller quakes and some of them very serious quakes. You're talking about the quakes that actually 'cause rep shirt in the earth. Can you describe what you mean by that? For these faults of when they rupture the ground surface. If you were to look at a fence line, perhaps that had been straight before you'd find it off side or a road that used to line up or the stripe in the middle of a road doesn't line up anymore. You would see small examples for the Napper's quake and bigger ones for earthquakes in the nineteen six six spectacular pictures of these offsets, actually pretty black and white photos that person could find. Did you do the smaller quakes because it seems like the last week or so there have been quakes in the three range little less little bigger? Do those smaller quakes do. They relieve pressure on the big faultlines. Yes, or no, okay. So every earthquake releases spring energy stored in Iraq, we've many of players springs, and you compress it let it go and flies across the room. When it does that it's releasing energy that you put in squeezed when you have an earthquake. It's releasing spring energy. Now, you said threes and fours each earthquake the energy released goes up by a factor of thirty for every magnitude unit. So you say, well, I need thirty magnitude fours to release the energy of one five and I need thirty magnitude five to get to a six thirty six's. So now, we're up at nine hundred annoying earthquakes to do the job of one big earthquake. So understand what false what these faultlines what they are. And what they have to do with one another. I mean, you talk about coordinating. It sounds as if you know, this is a conspiracy of sorts and. They're going to really get us if they choose to. But of course, they're not sent Chinton. And so tell us what all of this actually means how they're related to one another. The first thing to say is that the we pick these because we don't think earthquakes will happen on them part of the mouth of the problem. We have to make them independent. So these arms, we don't think twigs ever happen on both of them at once. These are the false that carry most of the slip many of your listeners will know that the Pacific plate is moving north at about two inches per year compared to say Utah. And two inches initiative house as expressed on these faults the false that we studied. So these should be the most active and they've been quiet. Okay. So I'm I'm concerned that what's going to happen is we're going to have some sort of a massive event. And that we are so much more densely populated so much, you know, and so much more spread out in terms of our population to I mean, we're dense, but we're also just a much bigger population that if we hit by a big one, and eventually we are that it is going to do not only immense damage, but there's going to be an incredible loss of life. Is there any way of intimidating if that is going to happen? And if so when. The wind is the hardest part of our science. Tell people that the math is hard as predicting the weather, but instead of buying a barometer temperature sensor we have to pay millions of dollars for the same data and one borehole so data's hard to get your concerns about populated areas. I personally very concerned about the East Bay. This is a subject. So the Hayward fault runs, perhaps, you know, right through the bear stadium. And it's it they had to retrofit the bear stadium. Hopefully survive the earthquake that we expect to run up through the foothills there that is not going to be a pretty sight. And I encourage people who are considering retrofit shrink thing building. Please. By all means if you can please to the Hayward fault run. So it enjoy it splits off the Andrea south of the Santa Cruz mountains and then runs of well, there's a south Hayward north Hayward. But they run. Perhaps two hundred miles really north of Hayward and Berkeley and so on and then joined another set of faults up there. So okay. So let me make sure because you said that with these major faultlines if if an earthquake happens on one of them earthquakes don't happen at the same time on others of these major falls. Right. So it's not like if the Heywood fought of we have a big one on the Hayward fault that it could or would likely trigger something on another on the San Andreas, for example. We don't expect behavior. I like to remind people other fellow scientists that the earth is not read our papers and doesn't care what we. I think that's probably true. So we get supplies is now and again, but we have experienced in the past. There are other fault systems like this in the world, and as a rule, well, while some overlap is not unknown in the faults of the world, a bigger quake that is to say it'll be mostly on one but include a spur on another this is not unknown. But it's quite unusual. And we don't have any reason to think that's occurred here. Limit gain another bit of understanding here because okay winning earthquake happens. We're generally told will the where the epicenter of the earthquake is what does that mean? And is the determination of whether it's going to be an earth. Rupturing earthquake is earthquake is that dependent on the faultline or the depth of the earthquake or how much the plates have moved or to all of those things have a bearing on it. The primary the primary element on defaults. Earthquake magnitude had that earthquakes that are large enough to be tens of kilometers long almost always break to the surface. They carry the service if you went there you'd see it. Magnitude first, and then the type of fault. You can't hide a larger quake nineteen fifty two. And current county. We had the largest instrumental earthquake in southern California occurred there to not break the surface because it was a trade recall, it a reverse faulting earthquake one piece lighting under another, and it didn't leave a an expression at the surface the false. We studied are more like the. If you're detach piece of cardboard to two freight trains side by side and one of them pulls out of the station. There would be a tear in the material that you attach to between the two and this is the kind of terror. One past another recall, it strikes live that is on most of California's faults, but not all. So we're we're almost out of time here. But how how should we be preparing because there's gonna be a big earthquake? And I'm talking about individually. Is there anything that we can do to be preparing? But also as communities, right? The first thing to say is the distance of the fault matters the most how should we prepare? If if the average is three to four quakes per century are are gonna come back then three to four. But I I have said, and it could be six maybe more in the coming century means actually might be higher than average right now day to day. We can't plan that way because they're still talking fifteen years apart. So people need to prepare take advantage of the retrofit with earthquake bracing bolt if you live in an old house, you can get help bolting down there. Other types of programs to help people secure their home in their space. I think folks to take advantage of those. I think your listeners would know that please don't sleep under any heavy objects. Heavy TV set or a bookcase that could hurt you or your children as they sleep. These are very very practical steps plus the things for water and. You know, food for an emergency that just sort of make sense on any terms. Yeah. Well, that's true. That's absolutely true. Well, Dr be I'll say it has been informative talking with you. And if the big one strikes anytime soon, I'm going to be giving you a call back. So that we could talk about just what you know about what had happened to us. Thank you. Thanks for the research that that you have done and thanks for joining us today on cagey, Al it's been a pleasure. Thank you. All righty. That's Dr be ASA. He is he's a seismologist Glenn BSA seismologist with the US Geological Survey in Pasadena. I mean, do you feel like you're well prepared like where we are? Well, prepared for the big. When are you like me? I mean, are you somebody who has really been thinking that something's going to happen? It's something it's almost like you can smell it. You just feel like it's not that far often than me like it's going to happen today. But it's not that far off eight eight oh, eight ten is the telephone number. You're listening to Keijo Pat Thurston on K G. Oh, I'm.

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"size malla" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

05:17 min | 3 years ago

"size malla" Discussed on KTOK

"The kind of energy we're talking about really gets into that that sort of range. And so I couldn't make guarantees all the cars in Cuba would work. I mean, they really they stopped in the sixties, and they never advanced in terms of things like that. Yeah. They're gonna need. They're gonna need boats. Unfortunately. Yeah. Those island nations are in trouble. Let's take some more calls for you. Shelly in Long Island, New York. Welcome to the program. Hi, shelley. About ammo Admiral, but I went hoping to elaborate on events that occurred. Georgia state eleven eleven to eighteen or eleven this is making global size of traveling thousand miles power that originated on my French island between that gas Grimaud be and only one person spotted article by Trevor niece could you elaborate on defense. We're not hearing about is it cover up. What's going on? So. In the large wide media. It was reported by a couple of folks much more quietly off to the side and went nobody heard about were where the size Malla gist who were talking about it on their blogs or some of them were talking about it on places like Twitter. And so the that really appears to be an area where the mantle and the bottom of the crust are we're interacting in a very weird way and something had to happen to make that occur. A lot of the best guesses from those seismologists were that there was a considerable amount of pressure upward from the mantle there, and then something happened to decrease it for a little bit. And there was either a drop in the mantle just underneath that part of the crust or part of the crust actually broke off down into the mantle. And essentially what that. Would do is it would create that cavity which could resonate with any of the frequencies that are that are mantles flowing with or the crust for that matter. The event itself is not scary. And it doesn't have very much influence. It's not necessarily a cover up. But this kind of thing is relatively unusual, and there should not be the kinds of activity in your normal. Run of the mill day to day geologic activity that results in that severe of a resonant harmonic signal that basically presented as that global wave. It's it's fairly complex science. When you're talking about fluids, resonant cavities and things like that. But essentially what what's important to know is that this is the kind of thing that we might start to see more often. And if we do it would indicate that there's a lot more activity at the mantle than we are used to seeing at least in the time of science and so true. They are not talking ton about it. It is true that that event itself is not about the cause the end of the world or really even the death of anybody. But it might kind of be assigned as much as the way the Fukushima disaster in twenty eleven was assigned for the nuclear plants all over the world, really just a sign of what could happen. And so, but that was a common sense sign. Ben, you know, that yet, you know, putting new plants on top of earthquake faults is not very smart. No there there may have been smarter ideas that humans have concocted in the last few thousand years, and I see what you're saying as well. But just just like watching the magnetic field and its changes isn't exactly intuitive. Unless you have the bigger picture and all the facts. Why aren't they coming forward though, saying what you've been saying in that is folks? The magnetic poles are shifting in. This is why. Well, other scared of panic. I do think that that is a a little bit of it. The actual implications of this. I mean what what? What inspiration to somebody have to continue going to their job? Or unfortunately, you know, for for a large portion of the population. They'll take away their fear of repercussions for doing bad things. Riots chaos. These things can produce an equivalent level of catastrophe to what I'm talking about could ruin anything you'd want to save in the first place. Stay with us. We're gonna come back in a moment. Take final phone calls with you. Ben Davidson is our guest whether guide to the sun you hear what we're talking about. So jump in. There are lots of people still on hold though. I will get to you as quickly as I can get daily show updates right to your inbox for free with the coast.

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"size malla" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

04:36 min | 3 years ago

"size malla" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Power that originated on my ills French in between that gets. I'm Jim be only one person spotted as you article by Trevor niece could you elaborate on defense that we're not hearing about is cover up. What's going on? So. In the large wide media. It was reported by a couple of folks much more quietly off to the side and went nobody heard about were where the size Malla just who were talking about it on their blogs or some of them were talking about it on places like Twitter. And so the that really appears to be an area where the mantle and the bottom of the crust art were interacting in a very weird way and something had to happen to make that occur. A lot of the best guesses from those ties Malla just were that there was a considerable amount of pressure upward from the mantle there, and then something happened to decrease it for a little bit. And there was either a drop in the mantle just underneath that part of the crust or part of the crust actually broke off down into the mantle. And essentially what that. Would do is it would create that cavity which could resonate with any of the frequencies that are that are mantles flowing with or the crust for that matter. The event itself is not scary. And it doesn't have very much influence. It's not necessarily a cover up. But this kind of thing is relatively unusual, and there should not be the kinds of activity in your normal. Run of the mill day to day geologic activity that results in that severe of a resonant harmonic signal that basically presented as that global wave. It's it's fairly complex science. When you're talking about of fluids, resonant cavities and things like that. But essentially what what's important to know is that this is the kind of thing that we might start to see more often. And if we do it would indicate that there's a lot more activity at the mantle than we are used to seeing at least in the time of science and so true. They are not talking ton about it. It is true that that event itself is not about the cause the end of the world or really even the death of anybody. But it might kind of be assigned as much as the way the Fukushima disaster in twenty eleven was assigned for the nuclear plants all over the world, really just a sign of what could happen. And so, but that was a common sense signed, Ben, you know, that yet, you know, putting new plants on top of earthquake faults is not very smart. No there there may have been smarter ideas that humans have concocted in the last few thousand years, and I see what you're saying as well. But just just like watching the magnetic field and its changes isn't exactly intuitive. Unless you have the bigger picture and all the facts. Coming forward though, saying what you've been saying in that is folks the magnetic poles are shifting in. This is why well other scared of panic. I do think that that is a a little bit of it. The actual implications of this. I mean what what? What inspiration to somebody have to continue going to their job or unfortunately for for a large portion of the population. They'll take away their fear of repercussions for doing bad things. Riots chaos. These things can produce an equivalent level of catastrophe to what I'm talking about. It could ruin anything you'd want to save in the first place. Stay with us. We're gonna come back in a moment. Take final phone calls with you. Ben Davidson is our guest whether guide to the sun you hear what we're talking about. So jump in. There are lots of people still on hold though. I will get to us quickly as I can daily show updates right here in box for free with the coast zone newsletter. Sign up today at coast to coast, AM dot com..

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"size malla" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:45 min | 3 years ago

"size malla" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"The resort over the weekend carrying a device with malicious malware on it CBS news White House. Correspondent Steven Portnoy has more person sitting at the front desk at a very good. The president calls the incident at his Palm Beach club a fluke, adding he's not at all concerned about the possibility of espionage at mar-a-lago. You Jinxiang was arrested with four cell phones laptop and external hard drive, and a device that the secret service said contained Mel wear the result is they were able to get her. And she's NASA fring, the consequences of whatever it is yet mind Democrats say the incident raises grave counterintelligence concerns. Steven Portnoy, CBS news, the White House. Former vice president Joe Biden is acknowledging his past behavior with women as made some people uncuffed. Trouble following complaints over the past week and video posted today on Twitter, Biden says he's going to change his ways CBS news. Steve Futterman reports there are no apologies. No specific responses to the recent allegations, but former vice president Joe Biden does acknowledge that social norms of changed when it comes to personal space in the video Biden says, yes, he has touched people cave people shoulder, but Biden says that's been to create what he calls a human connection. He does say he understands actions. Like this have made some people uncomfortable by nets. I will be more mindful and more respectful Steve Futterman. CBS news evolving. Tear in San Diego river park. Made a shocking discovery on one of the parks trails near lake Hodges AM seven sixties, Dan, noon has the story. Someone took a strand of barbed wire covered it with plants, and then strung it across a popular trail at the San Diego river park near lake Hodges. The wire was chest high and. To hurt hikers runners bikers or even families with young children all the years. I've been writing out here. I've never conjured up something evil to be to be put in place on a trail. I don't know what was in the person's mind. But there's nothing that I can tell you that. Luckily, volunteer was patrolling the park and removed it before anyone got hurt. Rangers ask if you find something like this you tell them right away on AM seven sixty. I'm Dan noon here in California. We're celebrating the end of an epic drought. But now size Malla just say a new drought is here. They're talking about an earthquake drought. Experts say it's been decades since a major earthquake rocked the state specifically in the bay area. And it's already been five years since the magnitude six plus quake up in Napa Valley can predict earthquakes, but what we can do is to tell you the historic and that you're about to feel shakes San Diego County hasn't had a major quake since the Easter Sunday quake back in twenty ten. Now, here's news as Heather.

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"size malla" Discussed on X96

X96

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"size malla" Discussed on X96

"In western Colorado, also felt wedge would feel that I can feel. Can you feel it? It is weird. There's been so much lately. Sure, they say this doesn't like relieve pressure. So we don't have the big one. This was a man made earthquake. Apparently, Chuck Schumer manages HOGAN trading company on main street in MOAB the entire building. Shook the doors creaked open and water in one of the fountains began to shake. So made you save. What how's that? There's a paradox valley there's been induced earthquakes there for many years and by induced. Yeah. Was that what that means size? Malla? Just Jim pacman says. They the government runs a salt water injection site in that area. Since the nineteen nineties US bureau of reclamation has been injecting salt water there. It's a decades long project. They inject saltwater three miles into the ground to keep it out of the Colorado river. Where does the solve the increase from its backwash? I think the increased salinity could impact farming and other water uses downstream. Oh, it's. You know, I don't know. It probably has to do with. Well, they don't know. Let's see. Apparently. There was one two point six magnitude earthquake bluff Dale last night at one in the morning again again, so..

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"size malla" Discussed on Science Friday

Science Friday

04:26 min | 3 years ago

"size malla" Discussed on Science Friday

"But then also the pure brutality that you can get that just I'm sold on this author. I'm reminded his science Friday from WNYC studios. I I'm glad that the listener brought up the idea brutality in the book. Because that was the one problem I had with one scene in the book. And that was the guardian breaking a little girl's hand who is one of the origins and it bothered me. But because this. Was you know, inequality of somebody lording over a little girl. And she and he said it was good for her. You know? Difficult to read the whole book was so difficult to read Lucie that one struck me as that's what's necessary to convince those powerful people that they're not powerful. And I actually saw that is really a an sort of insightful thing that as a as a white woman. I don't experience so much of what is it like to be told that you're t- to to have a whole society that convinces you that you're powerless, which they would have to do to control these people. And. We are a little less intentional about it in our society. But it's clear that we do this to a lot of people. I have a question about whether people are good for all of you just in terms of we see these disasters hitting this society in this book, we have our own disasters to contend with on earth, hurricane Harvey Irma. And Maria recently those wildfires in California are people good to each other after disasters. Like, it does a book capture this accurately. Do we have the right perception of it in real life? I think disasters obviously have the potential to bring out both the best in people as well as sometimes the worst. And we know that in the immediate time of disaster that oftentimes people are courageous, and they are helpful, and they are kind in these incredible sorts of ways. But then we also know that disasters can really deepen or ready existing inequalities. And so I think this question is a really important one and Lucy. It sounds like you have something you want to say about that. I completely agree with Lori. But I think it's also human beings are human beings were both good and bad. And the thing about disasters at brings out in higher relief where that where where you are with that. And I found the book, I guess, this is why I greed with the distortion state. Moment is it sort of emphasized the worst part the idea that the communities would turn away the outsiders. They would only he'd people that could help each other. It was a very selfish view of how you would respond to multiple disasters and. I can imagine. Why somebody of a black woman growing up in America would have a more distort Byan view of of society in in those realms? I maybe it's I hope the reality is that the good parts would be more predominant. And it probably really depends very much on the culture. And and and where the norms are. And I think the one of the problems with any 'quality is that creates the other. And and so do we see the somebody else as part of our community that we're working together to help? Or do we see them as somebody who's a threat you're gonna you're gonna have the last word on out because we've run out of time. You can you can see Lucy and lorries disaster. Prep suggestions on our website at science dot com slash disaster. Thank you so much Laurie. Pick sociologist directive, the natural hazards center university of Colorado in boulder Lucie. Jones size Malla just and founder of the Lucie. Jones center recites in society, author of the big ones. Pasadena, california. Thank you. Thank you both for taking time to be with. This thing Christie is this the end of the book club, definitely not we are actually having an event here. New York City on Monday night with author k Jemison herself, plus geology, puns, tons of interactive activities, and some vulcanologists will be joining us

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"size malla" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"size malla" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

"Meantime, so nine thirty universal time nine thirty AM would be four thirty AM here on the east coast of the North American continent. So these seismic waves begin roughly fifteen miles off the shore of mayo two this is a a French island. That's kind of sandwiched between Africa and the northern tip of Madagascar. You can look it up. It's cool looking little place the waves just started buzzing across Africa and there. Our started ringing sensors all across the earth in Zambia at least in this area. Kenya Ethiopia thinking, they reversed across the oceans were humming all the way over to Chile all the way to New Zealand, Canada, even Hawaii nearly eleven thousand miles away. So just this one tiny place on earth to starts. Well, that's a really good sound effect kinda gurgle. But here's the thing. Unlike the earthquakes, we've talked about with these waves, you can feel and again, the waves versus what you can feel can be slightly different depending on the frequency, but they didn't just you know, ding or go buy it lasted for over twenty minutes. Twenty minutes of this. And here's the thing. Not only was no one hurt by this event or no in her during this event. No one knew it happened. At least that is into the loan Twitter user, notice the odd signal on the US geological surveys, real time, seismic Graham displays and this set off another chain of events right size. Malla just around the world tried to figure out why this quake was so unusual and how it happened. So what did they find? We will tell.

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"size malla" Discussed on Le Show

Le Show

03:26 min | 3 years ago

"size malla" Discussed on Le Show

"From deep divide so choice. Guess what? Ladies and gentlemen, what the frac the number of earthquakes three point, oh or stronger in Oklahoma. Is going down. According to recent reports, according to the US Geological Survey. Before they shut down regulations against oil and natural gas producers have caused the decrease in earthquakes hundred ninety six larger than magnitude three Puerto were recorded last year. As compared to nine hundred three in two thousand fifteen. After a record year for large quakes in that year, the Oklahoma corporation commission who knew directed. Some producers to slow down on wastewater injections at fracking. Operations closed other wells altogether in Oklahoma the hell's going on here. It's like California banning suntanning since then notable differences in the number of magnitude three point earthquakes have been reported this by the way, according to k to KT, you l guess where. That's right, Tulsa to see how good call letters used to be. It's important to note these earthquakes are now thought to be manmade said of caused by faults in the earth's crust Cording to the Oklahoma Geological Survey again who knew there's broad agreement among size Malla just that the disposal of water into or in communication with basement rock. Well, that sounds that sounds like a channel on Sirius XM presents a potential risk for triggering seismicity. That is to say quakes that most reason decline in numbers. Scientists say are evidence that their theories are correct. According to US GS. The wastewater injection used against get rid of excess water by forcing it back into the ground. Can't be anything wrong with that can there. Yeah. The ground speaks to mind. Hello, welcome to la- show. Moving. Again, back on we knew. Great. I'm. Lose. Now..

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