posted on Jan, 16 2011 @ 04:05 PM
Watching a show on TV about how hard scientist are trying to learn how to predict earthquakes made me wonder what good it does. Just because one
scientist knows unequivocally there will be a 9.9 magnitude quake along the San Andreas Fault, perhaps he's the wrong scientist and no one will
listen. Even if he is the "right" scientist, would the right people listen? Who are the right people? Would the information get filtered to the
population, or would TPTB just let it happen for one reason or another? How much time is enough? How strong does the quake have to be in order to
trigger any response?
We have questioned what information regarding the end of the world would be disseminated to the masses, but what about smaller, yet devastating
Very interested in opinions.