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Message Subject ALERT!!! This is How the Mass Bird Death Happened - The New Madrid Fault may produce MASSIVE EARTHQUAKE soon!
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The granddaddy of them all was the 1811-1812 series of three great quakes on the New Madrid Fault (halfway between St. Louis and Memphis beneath the Mississippi), which shook the entire United States. The next time the New Madrid Fault produces such a quake, it is estimated 60 percent of Memphis will be devastated, leaving $50 Billion in damage and thousands of dead in its wake. Memphis, you see - like Armenia - has looked down the barrel of a loaded seismic gun for decades, but has done virtually nothing to move out of the crosshairs.

IT did NOT shake the ENTIRE USA. And most knowledge now confirms id did NOT ring church bells in Boston.

And if 60% of Memphis was destroyed, it would be urban renewal. Have you ever been to that shithole?
And the epicenter was in New Madrid Missouri, created the Real-foot lake in Kentucky. Geologist have been radiocarbon dating the sand blows in the fields in the region for decades.

I could go on, but I used to teach at the university and your kind is so boring!

ahhhhhhhh.......Memphis thing.......this was almost 200 years ago..........urban renewal.......would need renewal by now..........you would think??
and yes was in that shithole in "A" school for Navy..saw only worst parts of town[that's were the best paties are!!!][79-80]
wasn't any worst than any other shithole we call big city's....you can keep em all.
and wilipiadia says felt in 23 states
[link to en.wikipedia.org]


so .....

Anyone who quotes "Weak"ipedia as a source would be thrown out of graduate school, quote something from the USGS...or do not bother.
 Quoting: ChuckE

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ok USGS

didn't exist till 1879
[link to ncgmp.usgs.gov]

so kinda hard o get good answers there.......don't ya thunk........humm there Jethro..

guess I'll go on what report I can find for now ..........OK
 
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