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California Assembly Passes Historic Earthquake Resilience Bill

Discussion in 'California' started by mark handler, Jun 19, 2018.

  1. RickAstoria

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    Will never happen because it can not physically happen. What can happen is a separation in theory. Only areas below sea level and failure of any shoreline measures to prevent flooding would result in possible flooding but beyond that, it would be practically impossible. It maybe possible for some coastal areas to be effected but that's not something even a 10.0 magnitude earthquake could actually cause. I used to live in southern California. I know you're joking but I've heard people who genuinely believe that b.s.
     
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