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Stock images don’t always make sense. Case in point, this one. At first glance it looks like two friends, relatives, or lovers enjoying a game of ‘Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas’ on Sony’s PlayStation 2. For the clueless, I’m talkingShow More Summary
by Jen Graves This still is from Brent Watanabe's live streaming mod of Grand Theft Auto V, which is played by this deer. Courtesy of the artist 1. Seattle artist Brent Watanabe's San Andreas Deer Cam is a live streaming version of Grand...Show More Summary
Amanda's "Polished Bohemian" San Francisco Studio (Image credit: Andrea Posadas) In the grand scheme of things, reading isn't a very expensive hobby. But if you're the type who loves to voraciously read every best seller or collect literary trophies for your bookshelf, you know all too well how quickly your book-buying habit can blow a budget. READ MORE »
House Tour: Amanda's "Polished Bohemian" San Francisco Studio (Image credit: Andrea Posadas) A year and a half ago I moved from Houston, Texas to New York, New York, and from a 1,000-square-foot, two-bedroom townhouse to a 250-square-foot studio. Show More Summary
LOS ALAMOS, N.M., July 21, 2016--The triggering of small, deep earthquakes along California's San Andreas Fault reveals depth-dependent frictional behavior that may provide insight into patterns signaling when a major quake could be on the horizon, according to a paper released this week by the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS). read more
The same phenomenon that creates ocean tides is responsible for certain small "low-frequency" San Andreas fault earthquakes, according to new research. In a study recently published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, four scientists from the U.S. Show More Summary
Gravitational pull on the seas also appears to affect the crust of the Earth itself, scientists say
The area lies directly on the San Andreas Fault, and in total, there have been more than 50 earthquakes of 2.0M or greater around Hollister and nearby Ridgemark in the last month. [ more › ]
The San Andreas Fault line has been rocking this week with small tremors being felt up and down Central California, but a new study suggests the moon’s gravitational pull could be making things worse. Seismologists, earthquake researchers, have discovered the gravitational pull of the sun and moon affect the flexing of the Earth’s crust the... Show More Summary
New analysis of seismic data shows that the sun and the moon could be behind mysterious low-frequency earthquakes occurring in and around the tumultuous San Andreas fault line. According to research published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences journal, the gravitational pulls of our...
Good morning. It is Tuesday, July 19. Police descended on a San Mateo neighborhood after receiving reports of a mountain lion in the area. Residents were told to shelter in place, but it was all for naught. The ferocious puma turned out to be a regular house cat. Here's what else is happening in...
Scientists from the US Geological Survey have determined that the gravitational pull of the moon and the sun can cause low-frequency quakes deep along fault lines, including the San Andreas Fault, offering an opportunity to scrutinize processes deep underground and possibly predict major quakes.
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Since the time of Isaac Newton, scientists have wondered if the gravitational pull of the sun and moon might be strong enough to trigger earthquakes and tremors on Earth. An analysis of 81,000 low-frequency earthquakes along the San Andreas Fault now confirms these suspicions. Read more...
The gravitational tug between the sun and moon is not just a dance of high and low tides: It can also trigger a special kind of earthquake on the San Andreas fault. This phenomenon has fascinated scientists for years. Like sea levels, the surface of the Earth also goes up and down with the tides,...
Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson has been on an incredible run of late as he inches closer to becoming the most bankable action star on the planet. Franchises like "Fast and the Furious" and "San Andreas" are the latest hits that have brought...Show More Summary
Well, this is awkward. While we admit we’ve idled away countless hours playing Grant Theft Auto V: San Andreas, just about the last thing we’d ever expect from the Rockstar Games franchise is an earnest Pride parade to come sweeping past all the malevolent action, let alone one that stands as a tribute to victims of the Pulse [...]
Buckle up and prepare to experience Southern San Andreas from a whole new perspective. Today, Cunning Stunts takes GTA Online racing to epic new heights with a series of 16 brand-new, high-octane Stunt Races that feature everything from...Show More Summary