Not looking good for Italy ..
Italy earthquake: modern buildings, not ancient ones, pose biggest threat
The Italy earthquake suggests that danger lies not so much in ancient monuments as in the many buildings constructed between the late 1940s and the early 1970s.
By Anna Momigliano, Correspondent / May 21, 2012
On Friday a group of Italian architects wrote an open letter criticizing the lack of security standards for private and public buildings in Italy, warning that there are 6 million buildings facing grave seismic risks.
The document, bearing the signature of the National Council of Architects (the document can be viewed, in Italian, here), went unnoticed until Sunday, when a earthquake shook northern Italy, leaving at least seven people dead and 4,000 homeless.
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Think in next days-months-years stronger activity coming to Italy, similar situation is for Turkey also buildings are very unstable there ..
Italy have only one more of M 6.0 in last 5 years, also I predict stronger activity for Italy in this days and posting that many times ..
I think in next months Greece and Italy be in big danger Adriatic sea too .. Quoting: Rain-Man
So don't think I'm wrong on this one, Italy people need to know and should expect that coming stronger activity in future, people have a right to know and be warned