It’s a scary thought to say the least.
“The Big One”? It might be bigger than anyone has previously imagined.
Geophysics professor Julian Lozos at Cal State Northridge recently had his study published in the journal Science Advances, suggesting it’s not just the San Andreas fault we should worry about.
“The San Andreas by itself can produce a 7.5 and everybody thinks of it as the bogeyman. … But the fact that the San Jacinto can be involved means there’s more ways you can get a big earthquake,” he told CBS2’s Brittney Hopper.