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Brother In Law at Having Breakfast in Yuma Overhears The Following Conversation. USGS BOOM!

 
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So My Sister and her husband and my brother in law all go to Yuma in the winter. My other sister would not go this year because of 2012 and she's been watching things and is concerned about stuff. Her Husband went without her.

So he's a total non believer in everything. Thinks she's nuts but plays along with her prepping. Two days ago he and one of his buddy's are in having breakfast in Yuma. They are in a booth and the guys sitting right behind them are having a conversation about the Earthquakes that just happened of the California Coast. They listen in on the conversation cause they find it interesting.

My brother in law turns to the one guy and says " You seem to know alot about all this stuff"

The guy tells him he used to work for the USGS and is retired but still has freinds working there. So Brother in Law says " What do you think about this 2012 stuff"

The guy says this. That the Earthquakes that just happen off California has everybody worried. They happened in the Bedrock which is unusual. He also said that the Volcano in Hawaii is not acting right. That there is magma moving around not just in Hawaii.Everywhere. He said he could not get too specific because they themselves at the USGS don't really understand everything they are seeing right now or understand what it all means in the sceme of things. They do however find it rather disturbing.

The USGS guy also Winters in Yuma and he did say that he himself and wife are heading home to Montana. They were leaving the area on Monday. Getting away from the coast and that area.

My Brother in Law has decided to do the same thing. He's also heading back home for Alberta Monday also. He phoned my sister and said if that guy doesn't feel safe and is leaving so is he. Remember that he does not believe in this shit so he must of gotten his cage just a little rattled.

Take this story for what it is. I have no reason to lie. Just thought I would pass it along to my GLP Freinds.
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Thanks for the info...
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no uncle involved?
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spock , hmmmm
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Why leave Yuma? It is nowhere near the coast or the geologic activity.
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wow.

eavesdropping on magmatards

count me in

On a serious note, the earthquakes the OP is referring to consisted of a series of FIVE earthquakes off the California coast that were each magnitude 6.0 or above.

We should ALL be worried.

We have had other indications (not just overheard conversations) that magma is on the move.

For instance, harmonic resonance signatures on some seismic events in Yellowstone.
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Why leave Yuma? It is nowhere near the coast or the geologic activity.
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Ya. Really. Salton Sea for one is very close and there has been some unusual shit going on there.

Close enough that if shit was to happen would you want to be anywhere near and it is near enough. Fault lines and the Baja and the New Violent Volcano's they just found off the coast.

Do you really think a couple hundred miles is a good buffer..........?????????????

Hello.
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Thanks.
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Nothing is gonna happen. Talk to all on the 22nd.
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Nothing is gonna happen. Talk to all on the 22nd.
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This has nothing to do with the 21st. It was even on CNN that these Earthquakes were unusall because they happened in the Bedrock and not on a fault line.

If some guy from the USGS is heading home out of the area back to winter in Montana cause he himself is worried then I can understand why others should worry too.

For my Brother InLaw to turn tuck tail and come home also is enough convincing for me that somthing is underfoot.
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I bet your brother in-law is someones uncle.

crazy
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Thanks for the info, OP! Sadly, overheard conversations is the only way we are going to get any news in this country. We can't rely on our media, our elected officials and those in the know to tell us publically. We just have to keep our ears to the ground in coffee shops until it is obvious for us to see with our own eyes...unfortunately for some, that may be too late so give me an overheard conversation ANY DAY!!
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Yet more completely baseless fear mongering. Op I am going to bump this thread when nothing happens on December 21. Anyone dumb enough to cancel their travel plans for 2012 BS needs to be removed from the gene pool.
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Thanks for the info, OP! Sadly, overheard conversations is the only way we are going to get any news in this country. We can't rely on our media, our elected officials and those in the know to tell us publically. We just have to keep our ears to the ground in coffee shops until it is obvious for us to see with our own eyes...unfortunately for some, that may be too late so give me an overheard conversation ANY DAY!!
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Not only did they listen in but he did ask the guy Questions if you look at the quote's.

The retired USGS Guy did also say that what they are seeing is different. Unusual. He could not get specific because they at the USGS don't know why or what also. Hard to tell or say anything without all the facts right. Can't go public without being able to answer questions and provide answers is what the guy said to my Brother InLaw.

He did not need the guy to elaborate. Just the fact the guy and wife were going home was enough for him. I think it would be enough for me also considering what the guy did for a living.
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Yet more completely baseless fear mongering. Op I am going to bump this thread when nothing happens on December 21. Anyone dumb enough to cancel their travel plans for 2012 BS needs to be removed from the gene pool.
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You obviously don't comprehend what you read at all. Never was 21st mentioned. Shit could happen a month fron now. The fact is that this cannot be predicted by anyone including the USGS or the guy my brother inlaw talked too. Obviously the concern was enough that they are heading home and coming home. Think what you want. Post it later I don't give a shit.

Just Sharing.
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Good info. Thx!
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Why leave Yuma? It is nowhere near the coast or the geologic activity.
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When the water rushes up the gulf of California, it has nothing to stop it, period. The water could travel tens of miles inland, as it is nothing but low lying flatlands....
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Why leave Yuma? It is nowhere near the coast or the geologic activity.
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When the water rushes up the gulf of California, it has nothing to stop it, period. The water could travel tens of miles inland, as it is nothing but low lying flatlands....
 Quoting: Redpaw360


It will engulf the gulf!
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Nothing is gonna happen. Talk to all on the 22nd.
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This has nothing to do with the 21st. It was even on CNN that these Earthquakes were unusall because they happened in the Bedrock and not on a fault line.

If some guy from the USGS is heading home out of the area back to winter in Montana cause he himself is worried then I can understand why others should worry too.

For my Brother InLaw to turn tuck tail and come home also is enough convincing for me that somthing is underfoot.
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I heard them talking about it on cnn too...I pay extra attn to anything that goes in in So.Cali due to my son and daughter in law living there.
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Why leave Yuma? It is nowhere near the coast or the geologic activity.
 Quoting: Huh 28872856


When the water rushes up the gulf of California, it has nothing to stop it, period. The water could travel tens of miles inland, as it is nothing but low lying flatlands....
 Quoting: Redpaw360




Uh huh. Fact is, NOBODY knows what to expect because NOBODY knows the exact scenarios we are facing.

At any rate, I don't put anything into a convo overhead in some diner! We haven't even been told what the guy's position is with USGS. Is he a janitor?
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Nothing is gonna happen. Talk to all on the 22nd.
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This has nothing to do with the 21st. It was even on CNN that these Earthquakes were unusall because they happened in the Bedrock and not on a fault line.

If some guy from the USGS is heading home out of the area back to winter in Montana cause he himself is worried then I can understand why others should worry too.

For my Brother InLaw to turn tuck tail and come home also is enough convincing for me that somthing is underfoot.
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I heard them talking about it on cnn too...I pay extra attn to anything that goes in in So.Cali due to my son and daughter in law living there.
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Same here, parents in Arizona and right in the path. Goggle earth will show that there is very little obstruction to a 50' wall of water channeled up the gulf and sweeping inland.

The quake that struck offshore was in the basaltic crust of the pacific plate, this has never been seen before. Earthquakes usually occur within the strike slip zone or the thrust zone between plates... This was well outside the normal areas for quakes.

The quake itself shows the the pacific is moving, the northern plate is moving and together wil result is future quakes from Long beach to Santa Barbara which are both due for an anniversary quake.
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Why leave Yuma? It is nowhere near the coast or the geologic activity.
 Quoting: Huh 28872856


When the water rushes up the gulf of California, it has nothing to stop it, period. The water could travel tens of miles inland, as it is nothing but low lying flatlands....
 Quoting: Redpaw360




Uh huh. Fact is, NOBODY knows what to expect because NOBODY knows the exact scenarios we are facing.

At any rate, I don't put anything into a convo overhead in some diner! We haven't even been told what the guy's position is with USGS. Is he a janitor?
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Huh. Please read the original post would ya. I made it quite clear the guy is not a janitor. Was quite learned and was retired and wintering in yuma with the wife. Was overheard and then asked questions by my brother inlaw. Believe or don't believe. Your obviously here to run this aground. Whatever. You said you peice now move on. We get it that you don't believe any of it. Your choice.
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Montana's by Yellowstone. Not a stable area either...
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Just so most people can understand how California tectonics come into play, I've included this video to show you a few things.

1. Tsunamis pretty much can't hit California from its own earthquakes, all major quakes in California are strike slip.

2. Baja is sliding past California, if you watch this video, pay attention to the los Angeles area for the last known 10,000,000 years of formation.

3. Watch how Baja ca, is formed in the last 10Mya.

4. The buldge forming the San Gabriel's shows were the strain is, all movement is forced to the west at the Santa Barbara fault, as well as the Long Beach area, then to the San Andreas and Garlock Fault.

[link to www.youtube.com]
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This is the stupidest shit EVAR!
Peak Oil, Peak Civilization, Peak EVERYTHING
People who don't believe in peak oil fall into 3 categories:
Uninformed.
In denial.
Too stupid to understand it.
Which one are you?
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Why leave Yuma? It is nowhere near the coast or the geologic activity.
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You've never been to Yuma.

Trust me, you would NOT want to ever spend more time there than it takes to fill up your tank.
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Thanks for the info, OP! Sadly, overheard conversations is the only way we are going to get any news in this country. We can't rely on our media, our elected officials and those in the know to tell us publically. We just have to keep our ears to the ground in coffee shops until it is obvious for us to see with our own eyes...unfortunately for some, that may be too late so give me an overheard conversation ANY DAY!!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 29507391


Not only did they listen in but he did ask the guy Questions if you look at the quote's.

The retired USGS Guy did also say that what they are seeing is different. Unusual. He could not get specific because they at the USGS don't know why or what also. Hard to tell or say anything without all the facts right. Can't go public without being able to answer questions and provide answers is what the guy said to my Brother InLaw.

He did not need the guy to elaborate. Just the fact the guy and wife were going home was enough for him. I think it would be enough for me also considering what the guy did for a living.
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Donald Rumsfeld: Known Knowns, Known Unknowns and Unknown Unknowns.

Yes I agree that they Don't know everything and if they were to come out with Half knowledge they would loose their authority as people will wonder why they should listen to them. Even if they did know they won't say as it is added advantage for them to maintain power and keep their control over the masses. Government people forget exists to serve its own interests.
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I get all that, but what about the tomato plants?!!
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Just so most people can understand how California tectonics come into play, I've included this video to show you a few things.

1. ...

2. ...

3. ...

4. ...

[link to www.youtube.com]
 Quoting: Redpaw360


I'll try to check it out later, Thank You for posting. That series of quakes is still bugging me. Do you know if it occured AT a new undersea volcano? IF it didn't & IF this isn't some previously unknown fault line it tells my novice mind that there is a MASSIVE ammount of pressure built up on the San Andreas & that a weak spot gave way. *A* quake that size is NOT insignificant, let alone 2(4-5 by some estimates) happening, not exactly mid tectonic plate but not on a known fault line either.
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appreciate you sharing this!hf
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Why leave Yuma? It is nowhere near the coast or the geologic activity.
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You've never been to Yuma.

Trust me, you would NOT want to ever spend more time there than it takes to fill up your tank.
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Actually alot of Snowbirds are there. Its close to alot of stuff including the Baja and Mexico for day trips.

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