posted on Apr, 2 2004 @ 01:17 PM
Originally posted by nativeokie
How odd that this news comes out just as NBC begins promos for their new mini series in may.
"10.5" looks pretty damn good!
I would hate to see all of California sink in to the ocean, couldn't it just be the Berkely area and most of "Holywierd"? Oh, and that was a joke
for the humor impared, I don't really want that to happen
How would the country handle something like that?
I could see the great plains turning in to huge tent cities. Law and order would be next to impossible to maintain. Not to mention the loss of life,
property, and $$$$. Scary thought that it's just even likely to happen.
Maybe it would not hurt to spend more time and money monitoring and studying this to become better prepared.
Maybe this is just some people trying to use scare tactics to direct funding their way. MOst are aware that the west is due for one, but to predict
one by Sept means to me that someone either really knows (doubtfull) or is trying to cause panic for some reason, probably $$$.
If you were a scientist that knew enough to predict something like this would you not move your self and family out the area? I wonder if these people
did? If so then i'd be more inclined to take them seriously.
I guess we have the next few months to sit back and see.
Anyone remember this:
When an earthquake was predicted for December along the New Madrid fault, the news media didn't just report the ensuing panic — they created it.