posted on Feb, 22 2015 @ 03:42 PM
a reply to: Blahable
The area you mentioned in South America is familiar to me since I lived many years around there. Earthquakes are really nasty there and frequent. To
consider that many cities are right next to the ocean, like Arica (Chile). They had tsunamis previously.
One name says all : NAZCA PLATE. But on top of that, there are so many volcanoes, some actives.
Recently, one of my friends still in the area had to find his way out of the house thru swinging walls and debris coming down, with his family
including a baby in his arms.
When I was there, many years ago,I went fishing with another friend to the beach. An earthquake got us and saw the shaking waters just few meters from
us on the beach and then no more waves. After looking to each other for few seconds, we took our stuff, went to the car and hit the road to higher
lands. We didn't say a word all the way.
No mobil phones in those days, families were waiting to see us coming back.
Chances to have a disaster there are big all the time, dream or not dream.