Here’s the second theatrical trailer for BH Tilt/WWE’s thriller Incarnate, starring Battle Los Angeles and I, Frankenstein‘s Aaron Eckhart and Catalina Sandino Moreno (Maria Full of Grace, Che Part 1 and 2). Brad Peyton (San Andreas, Journey 2: The Mysterious Island, Cats and Dogs 2) directed from a screenplay by Ronnie Christensen (Passengers, Dark Tide) […]
Scientists have long feared a large San Andreas earthquake could cause massive damage to California, but now new evidence linking two different San Francisco fault lines together suggest a Bay Area temblor could be worse. A team of scientists from the United States Geological Survey published a new study in Science Advances Wednesday that links... Show More Summary
Another Stephen King project will finally see the screen with GERALD’S GAME. Netflix announced GERALD’S GAME will be helmed by Mike Flanagan (OUIJA: ORIGIN OF EVIL, OCULUS). It will star Carla Gugino (SAN ANDREAS, WATCHMEN) and Bruce Greenwood (STAR TREK INTO DARKNESS). Show More Summary
Laurence Bowen’s London-based Dancing Ledge Productions has entered into a deal with publisher HarperCollins to adapt the novels of Alistair MacLean as event TV series. The first project under the pact is San Andreas, a thriller set on board a torpedoed WW II hospital ship. Show More Summary
California is earthquake country, and the San Andreas isn't the only fault in the game. The post Don’t Get Shaken Up Over California’s Newly Discovered Fault appeared first on WIRED.
All I have to say is the radio controlled RC vehicle missions from San Andreas and you will all instantly get pissed and want to throw a controller you may not even be holding (if you’ve ever played, of course.) Those are the levels this list is about. Show More Summary
The San Andreas Fault in California is long overdue for a major earthquake — like, more than 100 years overdue. But scientists just made a discovery that might tell us why the fault has been so quiet. It's called the Salton Trough Fault, and it lies along the northeastern edge of the Salton Sea in Southern California. Show More Summary
Newport-Inglewood fault, is ‘seismically active down to the upper mantle,’ suggesting more power quakes than expected could occur here and along others, including, San Andreas, pictured.
A previously undetected fault has been found along the Salton Sea in California, easing fears a swarm of 200 small earthquakes last week would trigger a larger quake on the southern San Andreas Fault. The newly mapped Salton Trough Fault runs parallel to the San Andreas Fault, and Valerie Sahakian,...
New fault line runs along edge of the Salton Sea parallel to the San Andreas Fault.
Seismologists don't think the newly mapped fault is related to last week's earthquake swarm. [ more › ]
And it might be holding everything together.
Earthquake swarms can raise the risk of a major quake by increasing the overall earthquake frequency, putting pressure on a main fault and setting off larger aftershocks.
Los Angeles is under an earthquake warning due to earthquake activity occurring under the Salton Sea and near to Bombay Beach. Three of the earthquakes that happened by the beach were at least a 4.0 in magnitude. In total, 200 minor earthquakes in the area before the seismic activity faded away. Show More Summary
The elevated risk for a big San Andreas fault earthquake triggered by a swarm of seismic activity at the Salton Sea has diminished, experts said Monday. Thomas H. Jordan, director of the Southern California Earthquake Center, said Monday afternoon that the earthquake swarm about 150 miles southeast...
Following a swarm of smaller earthquakes near Bombay Beach in southern California, the United States Geological Survey is estimating a 1 in 100 chance of the San Andreas Fault rupturing in southern California before October 4, which could cause a devastating earthquake of epic proportions. Show More Summary
Good morning. It is Saturday, Oct. 1. Here’s what you don’t want to miss this weekend: TOP STORIES An ominous warning: An unusual swarm of small earthquakes — more than 200 in all — under the Salton Sea has heightened the risk of a major quake on the San Andreas fault for the next few days, scientists...
The rumbling started Monday morning deep under the Salton Sea. A rapid succession of small earthquakes — three measuring above magnitude 4.0 — began rupturing near Bombay Beach, continuing for more than 24 hours. Before the swarm started to fade, more than 200 earthquakes had been recorded. The...
The threat of a major earthquake looms over California once again. A series of small quakes under the Salton Sea has increased the chances of seismic activity near the San Andreas fault over the next few days. You probably don’t need to get your post-apocalyptic underground bunker ready just yet,...
More than 200 tremors have been recorded along the San Andreas Fault line near the Salton Sea since Monday September 26, and the U.S. Geological Survey has issued an earthquake advisory for Southern California. The earthquake warning...Show More Summary