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Big Pacific NW Earthquake more likely than thought

 
Night Owl

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01/05/2012 10:32 AM

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Big Pacific NW Earthquake more likely than thought
"The good news: New research is giving scientists a better handle on when the big one might strike the Pacific Coast.

The bad news: It probably will be sooner than we thought.

"The amount of devastation is going to be unbelievable," says Rob Witter, coastal geologist with the Oregon Department of Geology and Mineral Industries. "People aren't going to be ready for this."

[link to www.oregonlive.com]

People living on the Oregon, Washington State coasts should take this to heart and prepare. I use to have constant dreams as a child of a huge tsunami hitting the coast near Seattle, killing thousands. As part of the dream, also had a volcano erupting at the same time north of where I was in the dream [Mt.Rainer??].
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01/05/2012 10:50 AM
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Re: Big Pacific NW Earthquake more likely than thought
the question is, how far inland the water will rise... run for the hills, run for your life.
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01/05/2012 10:56 AM
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Re: Big Pacific NW Earthquake more likely than thought
I have been hearing some strange sounds in the sky here in washington state along with a shit ton of chemtrails. I bet they are using harp or somthing simular to trigger the earthquakes and volcanic eruptions. Feels like any minute its going to pop.
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01/05/2012 11:05 AM

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Re: Big Pacific NW Earthquake more likely than thought
This is interesting, but the article is 2 years old...

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