vBookie Event: Kings @ Sharks - Oct. 22nd 7:30 (Kings)
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Outcome Odds Total Bets Total Staked
Kings Win 2/1 F (3.00) 30 1403652655 WIN!
Sharks Win 2/1 F (3.00) 10 710684000  
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    Quote Originally Posted by geogirl View Post
    i did not bet on the last two games, and guess what?
    do not bet!!!!

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    Since Geo's hard at work mitching and this game is being played up north maybe she can be induced into more facts regarding the Calaveras fault line which is currently microstorming 's up the wazzou

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    The Calaveras Fault is a mostly right-lateral, strike-slip fault. "Strike-slip" means that a fault (assuming it is a flat plane in the ground) has movement predominately side-to-side. "Right-lateral" means that if you standing on one side of the fault, the other side of the fault will move to your right. In the case of the Calaveras fault, the system has been divided into 3 segments. The north segment is locked and only moves 2 to 3 mm per year. The central segment has a variable rate ranging from 6 to 14 mm per year. The southern segment, south of the intersection with the Hayward Fault, moves about 15 mm per year.

    The southern half of the central segment has been the most active in recent history.

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    The northern portion of the Calaveras Fault runs in a south-southeasterly direction from Alamo to the Calaveras Reservoir. The central section travels south-southeastward just east of San Jose, Morgan Hill, and Gilroy. The southern section runs from east of Gilroy, across the 152, and transitions to the Paicines Fault just south of Hollister.

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    The fault zone itself is described as relatively wide, with multiple strands, particularly in the central portion. En echelon and sympathethic faulting occurs frequently within this zone, and the surface expression is generally strong.

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    The maximum magnitude earthquake listed by USGS on the Calaveras Fault is M6.9. However, the Calaveras is linked to the Hayward Fault system, which of course is capable of generating a M7.3 earthquake. Naturally, these are overshadowed by the San Andreas Fault, the main strand within the system defining the plate boundary within California, capable of generating a M8.3 earthquake.

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    Here's a cool little photo and article on surface expression of the southern segment of the Calaveras Fault: http://www.ngdc.noaa.gov/hazardimages/picture/show/1586

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    Quote Originally Posted by geogirl View Post
    The maximum magnitude earthquake listed by USGS on the Calaveras Fault is M6.9. However, the Calaveras is linked to the Hayward Fault system, which of course is capable of generating a M7.3 earthquake. Naturally, these are overshadowed by the San Andreas Fault, the main strand within the system defining the plate boundary within California, capable of generating a M8.3 earthquake.
    That and dogs can smell fear........ just saying

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    Time to be 3-3. Lets go Kings!

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    MY karma may geo low, but geo's mitching made me feel hung like a horse.

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