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Message Subject UPDATE Dec 10: Damn...its time to start paying attenion to Patrick Geryl (i hate saying that). M7.4 in Guatemala...just like he said...again.
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If it hit in the middle of an ocean the tsunami it could cause could be massive. There are huge populations on coastline. Many would not recieve warnings soon enough as their local govt has not prepped for this type of emergency.
I live in a city of between 400 - 500 thousand, on the Atlantic Ocean. I'd be surprised if they could warn us all fast enough to evacuate...and that's just 1 small city.
 Quoting: Wash


My comment was made in the context of what this Geryl was saying all along... that 2012 was THE year for mega disasters, and he was pushing pole shifts and solar flares that would wipe out most of the world.

What happened to all that?

Looks like he is scaling down to just a 10 mag earthquake?

That was my point.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 27640275


To be completely honest I don't follow much of what he says or has said. It just caught my eye his accuracy with these quakes.
 Quoting: Wash


Well, I guess it has dawned on all these doomsday guys that the world is too big with too many people in it to change in 38 days so they are now all scaling back drastically.....

No more world changing events.

A 10 mag earthquake is not going to change the world. peace
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 27640275


Not everything will happen in one day. Try this:

1. Sun becomes bigger after Dec 21 2012
2. Pole Shift after Dec 21 2012 in a period of 3 months until March 2013. Areas below 400 meters below sea level goes down to the sea.
3. Some of us acquiring supernatural abilities

Those three are more than enough to change the world. peace
 
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