Quoting: Anonymous Coward 27815245 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 29307010 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 27815245
stay far, far away from all coastlines Quoting: Anonymous Coward 28870983
stay far, far away from all urban areas
stay far, far away from any integrated area
What do you mean by integrated?
I'd like to know what he means by "stay away from all coastlines".
What is with all of these tards who think that a gigantic tsunami is "imminent"? And how far inland do they think that an average Tsunami travels? lol...
I put these people in the same league as the "California is going to break off and sink" crowd.
My MIL used to say cali is dangerous because of earthquakes, meanwhile her hometown in N.Dakota has a devastating flood every five years or so. People turn a blind eye and always believe they are in the best place and everywhere else is BAD BAD BAD!
Well, like I was just telling the OP... I live in an area in the PNW (on the coast), and we get earthquakes off the coast here all the time. But in 18 years, I have yet to feel an earthquake here, even in the SLIGHTEST possible way.
I've had family that have been around here for many decades, and not a single one of them has ever felt an earthquake, even though they are going on offshore all the time.
Sure, we could get "the big one" that supposedly happens here every 500 years (on average), but I'm not going to avoid the area based on that... lol.
I want to live in an area that is:
1) Full of veterans and like minded people
2) Has highly dependable rainfall
3) Lots of fish and game
4) Lots of edible wild plants
5) Not downwind of ANY nuclear, chemical, or biological targets
6) Not near any military targets
7) Not near any medium or large cities
8) Is cool in the summer
9) Is relatively warm (and survivable) in the winter (no snow)
10) Has fresh unpolluted air, not counting the Fukushima aspect, but EVERYBODY is getting that.
And the coastal PNW fits the bill perfectly. There is a REASON that this is the choice of one hell of a lot of veterans. And even retired CIA!