WHERE THE FAULT LIES, Segment Two: From The San Andreas to The Calaveras Fault with Brian Hackney

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  • Published on:  Friday, July 1, 2011


  • Riley McCallister
    Riley McCallister  yesterday +1

    1:18 pretty sweet mustache got going on there sam elliot

  • Robert Gift
    Robert Gift  5 days ago

    Well done!    Thank you.    What do they do about sewage pipes and water pipes and natural gas pipes?

  • oldladywhocares
    oldladywhocares  7 days ago +1

    Check out "Nick on the Rocks" from Eastern Washington State University. Lots of interesting stuff about geology of the West Coast and Washington.

  • lone wrecche
    lone wrecche  7 days ago +1

    Oh how we assume we are the masters of the Earth. All she has to do is wiggle, and we fall down praying. There is not a single thing human kind can do to stop her. And she will not stop and say sorry.

  • Sandy Lynch
    Sandy Lynch  21 days ago +1

    I thought the grandmother was cute when she said ,no I didn't know and take me with you when you leave.

  • Thomas.E. Jensen
    Thomas.E. Jensen  21 days ago +2

    We are basically just fleas living on a big dog. And the smart fleas don't live where the dog always scratches itself. 😉

  • Re Ho
    Re Ho  21 days ago

    Just sitting around ...know the Big One is coming ...have done all the prep so am not particularly worried. Just have to avoid something falling on you.

  • M G
    M G  21 days ago +1

    There is a state park in point Reyes where you can see a fence split by the San Andreas fault

  • Michele Conley Eckert
    Michele Conley Eckert  21 days ago +1

    I lived down south in 1987, when Whittier hit 5.9. All our phones ☎️ were out ( No. cell phone 📱 back then) The news was local and watching them shake on tv was a bit scary. They kept saying Stay home, unless it’s a emergency.
    I had everything we needed for 2 weeks right by the front door in the closet.
    I felt rolling earthquakes on the floor, it would fill like a large cement cylinder was under the floor. I also had some metal heart wind chimes hanging in my kitchen away from wind or drafts. When they shook I knew it was an earthquake.
    This guy said Earthquakes are fun?? Obviously he never had felt a real one when you had to wake up and grab your son and stand under the door, for there were no windows or mirrors hanging near there! Jerk!!
    I now live in the exact center of California North Fork, there’s a weird gravitational pull here ( Were near Yosemite National Park ) were people “disappear there. ..
    Actuallytheres more earthquakes in middle America than in California. Truth.

  • Michele Conley Eckert

    Near Hollister, that’s near Salinas Ca.My Mother lived in. Hollister huh? You have to drive through there to Salina. We found 2 kittens dumped on the side of the road in a water revive. We named them Holly= Hollister and Cherry, = Cherry season. They were white and beautiful. ❤️🐾🐾❤️🍒

  • Sun Temple
    Sun Temple  28 days ago +5

    Great video thank you and I love your family.

  • Thor Simmer
    Thor Simmer  28 days ago

    San Fran, LA gone? oh gee darn.

  • Jim The EDC Guy
    Jim The EDC Guy  1 months ago

    I want to go move those concrete markers to troll the usgs lol

  • TWSTF 8
    TWSTF 8  1 months ago +2

    That's right next to Skywalker Ranch in Marin County, just North West of the Golden Gate Bridge.

    (May the Force be with you!) 😂👍

  • Togo Burrows
    Togo Burrows  1 months ago +3

    if that much california coastline fell into the sea it would create the most devastating tsunami the world has ever seen
    Hawaii would be completely wiped away
    most of if not all of Japan would be destroyed
    Taiwan the philippines Guam vietnam korea and china coastal cities would be destroyed

  • Rick Park
    Rick Park  1 months ago

    California has been sinking for a long time, .....in debt.

  • Alexander Malabey
    Alexander Malabey  1 months ago +11

    I enjoyed this story very much. The family touch made it so much better. Thanks for sharing.

    THE DIABLO DOG  1 months ago

    Who's fault is it ? That's the real question here. :-)

  • esther shelton
    esther shelton  1 months ago

    California is full of faults everywhere.

  • griffen98
    griffen98  1 months ago +7

    It was very special seeing your family. That is nicer than any of the news programs I've ever watched. Warm loving people. What a great show thank you