When a large earthquake strikes a city, people often evacuate.
But when a major quake hits, people are left behind.
This was one of the many ways that an earthquake could have shaken the entire United States, and there are a lot of ways that the U.S. could have been devastated.
That was the takeaway from a new report released by the Earthquake Research Institute (ERI) that analyzes the number of people killed, the magnitude of the earthquake, and how many people were displaced by the earthquake.
“The largest earthquake in California’s history, the 1933 Los Angeles Earthquake, killed more than 3,400 people, including about a quarter of the city’s population of over 6 million,” the report reads.
“But despite the magnitude and scale of the 1933 earthquake, the earthquake itself did not cause much damage to the surrounding areas, which were spared by the strong shaking of the main quake.”
The ERI also found that “the magnitude of earthquakes in the U., in terms of the magnitude or number of quakes, is generally not significantly related to the probability of major damage, which is largely controlled by the number and magnitude of people that live in the area.”
For instance, the probability that a quake will cause a major earthquake in the United States is actually lower when there are fewer people.
In fact, the U’s probability of a major disaster is much higher when there is a smaller number of living people in the same region.
For instance: The probability that an entire city or county will be destroyed by a massive earthquake is almost exactly zero, while the probability for a city or state is almost 2.5 times higher when more people live there.
The ERIS also found a correlation between the number people who were killed in the largest earthquakes and the probability at which a major fault ruptured.
That is, if the largest earthquake kills 1,000 people, the chance of a massive rupture will occur every 15,000 years.
This is because if a large fault ruptures, the energy released in the rupture causes earthquakes.
“If the rate of rupture of the fault is high enough, it could result in a large quake,” the ERIS said.
The magnitude of a quake in California was 3.5, meaning the rupture was a magnitude 3.
The biggest quake in the country, the 1906 San Francisco earthquake, was 5.1, meaning it was a 5.0.
The highest magnitude quake was a 6.1 in 1851.
The worst earthquake was a 7.8 in 1906.
The U.K. had a 7 in the late 1800s, and the U,S., and Canada had 6.5 in the 1800s and 6.6 in the 1900s.
This means that if you were in a place where a major natural disaster was likely to occur, you were likely to be in a position to survive, even if the earthquake did not kill you.
The only thing that could kill you were a massive quake.
That would have been the case in San Francisco on June 12, 1933, when a 5-foot-7-inch quake caused the city to be leveled.
The damage was so extensive that the city was left with nothing but rubble and ashes.
That quake destroyed the city and killed almost a quarter million people.
But that was only one of several factors that contributed to the California earthquake.
Another factor that contributed was that the earthquake’s epicenter was near San Francisco, a city that was already badly in need of a rebuild.
“Many of the buildings in San Jose that were damaged in the earthquake are still standing, and they are undergoing restoration work,” the earthquake research institute noted.
“These buildings, including the San Jose Mission, were not damaged because they were built by the Spanish-American War, and many of the structures were constructed before the earthquake.”
A third factor that helped the U of C, San Francisco and the rest of the United Kingdom to survive was the fact that people who survived were not trapped in their homes for long.
People who lived in buildings that collapsed, which could take years, often got back to their homes and stayed put.
“Most of the people who escaped the city during the earthquake were able to move out of the area and were able return to their normal lives, but people who stayed in their houses were left trapped,” the study said.
“People who had been evacuated for a time but did not return to the city are among those who survived.”
And there are some areas where people have been trapped for decades.
For example, there were three major cities in the San Francisco Bay Area that were completely demolished after the earthquake: Oakland, San Jose and San Jose, California.
People in San Mateo County, where Oakland and San Francisco are located, were also completely destroyed.
There are also other areas in California that are heavily impacted by earthquakes.
These areas include areas like Los Angeles and Orange County, and even parts of