M3.2 SURFACE QUAKE — Foreshock for San Francisco

Saturday, April 23, 2016
By Paul Martin

Apr 23, 2016

A magnitude 3.2 earthquake has struck near San Francisco . . . the largest quake in over a year; and at a depth of Zero KM and Zero Miles! SURFACE QUAKE! Very rare!! Foreshock to a bigger one?

A “surface quake” only takes place when the stress on a tectonic plate is so tremendous, the plate begins to bulge UPWARD! That bulge causes the surface to snap; hence a “surface quake.” The fact that this has taken place seems to indicate a very severe stress on the Pacific Tectonic plate. If that stress continues to cause the plate to bulge upward, once it actually snaps, San Francisco will get walloped. Even worse, the surface quake took place offshore. So water is involved, which means if the plate does snap, it will hurl a wall of water into the city within minutes.

This is a very serious development.

The US Geological Survey is reporting the quake as a magnitude 3.2 off the shore of San Francisco; the largest quake to strike that area in over a year. In fact, according to a specialized search of about a 100 miles radius of that area, there have been 799 earthquakes in the area during the last year and today’s 3.2 is the largest to strike in that time. The map below from the USGS shows the data:

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