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№1 Author: Stonewater (15 Nov 2018 14:15) Total user comments: 231


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#1- The Mammoth Lakes caldera is a much bigger threat than Yellowstone and has been swelling steadily for years. Unlike Yellowstone it's not out in the middle of nowhere. It's less than 300 miles (500km) from San Francisco, Los Angeles, Sacramento, Las Vegas, and Reno.

And the San Andreas has several quakes a day and isn't overdue, unlike its neighbor the Hayward Fault. There are over 2 million people who live along the fault. When it goes, water could be cut off to 2.4 million people living in the San Francisco Bay Area. For the thirty years following 2014, the probability of there being one or more magnitude 6.7+ earthquakes on the Hayward Fault during that time frame was estimated at 14.3 percent.
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