Oh I'm sure the wildfires would have something to say about that.Yeah, California is (unfortunately) the gold standard when it comes to anti-seismic structural design and building regulations. My own country bases its regulations on the California Building Code. Other than *maybe* the Japanese, nobody is better prepared for a large scale event like the commiefornians, they aren't going to get wiped by mother nature any time soon.
Not a whole lot. Is there any meaning to Florida getting hit by a hurricane, Oklahoma getting wrecked by a tornado, or Houston flooding?What does it mean that these keep happening? Cali getting its second strongest earthquake in 20 years, days after the first one seems like it would be significant