posted on Mar, 4 2018 @ 11:51 AM
a reply to: SatansPride
Maybe if all of NYC was stacked onto one city block, then i could see geological effects.. but its not "all in one place" as you say. Its spread out.
Sure, its packed in pretty tight, but, I don't know, maybe this is worth looking into.
I heard Seattle was built on a mud flat, very unstrurdy ground. A big enough quake amd theoretically the whole downtown section and more could just
lose its footing and slide off into the Puget Sound because its just sitting on all that mud so it just needs to be shaken loose and it wont be able
to hold itself together any longer. It's like the lesson in the bible. You build your house on stone, on rock, so it has a sturdy foundation to build
upon. You don't build it on sand (or mud).
I hope it never happens. But then we also discovered that the entire western washington almost is sitting on a huge lava plume. So the ground could
just split open and gulp down the entire Seattle-Tacoma-Olympia Metropolitan Statistical Area. Either fire or water will get us.