I live in Southern California and I’m pretty sure it’s going to be near here. I’m really scared because it’ll probably happen in the next few years (according to my History teacher) how big do you think it will be? Also how many people do you think will die in it?

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I keep hearing they’re is gonna be a 6.5 to 7.0 earthquake likely in Southern California; Most likely in the Coachella, Salton Sea area or Chino Hills, Los Angeles area. October 1 2010 98% chance =O &&’d Everyone on twitter is making a big deal :/

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i have a two friends that live in southern california maybe somebody can tell me some details thanks

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When I watch USGS’s maps http://earthquake.usgs.gov/earthquakes/recenteqscanv/
I always see a lot of movement near the Southern California Mexico border.

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Southern California experienced a 5.4 magnitude earthquake 30 miles away from Long Beach. Skid-dish managers triggered an emergency and all buildings were ordered evacuated. I have not seen an emergency evacuation plan which specifies any standards as to what strength earthquake should trigger an emergency call. Any Ideas?

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i want to know when the next earthquake will be in southern california. so if anybody knows a good website please do let me know(: once you find out when the next earthquake will be…please tell me and be specific as possible such as: years, months, weeks, days, minutes, or if u can even seconds
thank you very much and only good, reasonable answers(:

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Maybe I’m just paying attention more, but I am noticing a lot more earthquakes all over the world. I live in Southern California and I have been experiencing several tremors.

Why are there so many earthquakes lately?

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About a month ago I went to bed feeling okay, a little earlier than usual, but nothing bad. When I woke up the next day, I found myself not being able to move. I began to see a hand come out from my bedroom door, it didn’t look like a human hand. Then, there was an earthquake, it shook my whole bedroom, and pictures were falling off walls, then all of a sudden i was back in my bed…shaking, really bad almost as if i was having a seizure. It took me about 20 minutes to began moving. When I finally got up, I called my mom and asked her if she felt an earthquake she said that there was no earthquake, i live in southern california so an earthquake would have been the best excuse for the shaking. What was that hand? Was I having a nightmare? Why was I shaking violently but i couldn’t move???? Im pretty sure i was not having a seizure.
During the "earthquake" i was standing up, when i was shaking i had my eyes wide open and i was in bed, its almost as if i was hallucinating the earthquake, and the hand.

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It seems like we are experiencing back to back earthquakes. First Southern California 2 weeks ago, then Haiti a week ago. Yesterday Argentina got hit with a 6.3, Guatemala got hit with a 5.8 and Mexico got hit with a 4.0 and this was all today. What is going on?

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I heard that there is a 99% chance that there will be a 6.7+ earthquake in California within the next 30 years. What do you think of that? San Fransisco has already had I think a 6.7 quake, but they say there will be another a BIG one. They say there is a 10% chance of a 8 to 9 magnitude quake, but I highly doubt that. And the likelihood of a 7.5 or greater is 46% in southern california, most likely, they said. But I don’t know… Do you??
Who actually lives in California too? I live in California…

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