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Coming this January: ‘The Big One’ from KPCC Podcast




Mud boils violently in steam vents that, until recently, were underwater on the floor of the Salton Sea, on June 30 near Calipatria, California. Scientists have discovered that human-created changes effecting the Salton Sea appear to be the reason why California's massive
Mud boils violently in steam vents that, until recently, were underwater on the floor of the Salton Sea, on June 30 near Calipatria, California. Scientists have discovered that human-created changes effecting the Salton Sea appear to be the reason why California's massive "Big One" earthquake is more than 100 years overdue and building up for the greatest disaster ever to hit Los Angeles and Southern California.
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It’s Friday, and I’m sorry to burst your TGIF bubble, but did you know Southern California is past due for a major earthquake?

Considering you’re a listener of KPCC, maybe you did. Maybe you’ve even prepared a little bit! BUT -- are you sure your know everything you need to know in order to get through the shaking? The falling debris? The power outages?  

KPCC premiers its newest podcast “The Big One” on January 10th, and in preparation for the drop date, we have it’s host, Jacob Margolis, and lead producer, Misha Euceph in the studio with us today.

With guest host Queena Kim.

Guests:

Jacob Margolis, KPCC’s science reporter, and host of its new podcast “The Big One”; he tweets @jacobmargolis

Misha Euceph, lead producer of KPCC’s “The Big One”; she tweets @MishaEuceph