NASA says MASSIVE earthquake is '99.9 percent' likely to rock LA
A HUGE earthquake is 99.9 per cent likely to hit Los Angeles within the next two years, scientists from NASA have said.
By Sean Martin
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In 2014, a 5.1 magnitude earthquake hit the town of La Habra in southern California and the experts from NASA say that there is still some left over strain from that, which will almost definitely hit before April 2018.
“There’s enough energy stored to produce about a magnitude 6.1 to 6.3 earthquake.”
They then measured the probability of an earthquake striking within the 60 mile radius of LA and reached the conclusion than an Earthquake of 5.0 or higher will strike the southern Californian city.
However, Robert Graves, a US Geological Survey (USGL) seismologist and Southern California coordinator for earthquake hazards, has cast his doubts about the study from JPL.
“And that level of certainty, to my knowledge, is just not attainable. We can never be that certain.”
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