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Originally posted by CVinWA
EARTHQUAKE ON WEST COAST (PNW) OF US; 3/17/2011
**NOTE: IF WE DO EXPERIENCE AN EARTHQUAKE BEFORE 3/19/2011; THIS IS THE MOST LIKELY DATE IT WILL HAPPEN.
WASHINGTON RESIDENTS WILL REMEMBER THE 2001 NISQUALLY QUAKE; WHICH WAS ON THE 28TH OF FEBUARY; 17 DAYS BEFORE 3/17/2011; WHICH IS AN IMPORTANT DATE ACCORDING TO MY CALCULATIONS WHICH CAN BE SEEN ON THIS THREAD; FEB 11TH... (pg. 17)
Originally posted by LadySkadi
I'm not sensing anything, let alone getting earthquake headaches. Though even if I was, I'd think it was caffeine-deprivation. I seriously need to stop drinking so much coffee and maybe learn to relax (or learn to meditate) or something. Losing touch with nature...
Originally posted by tallcool1
Swell - thanks for that less-than-comforting bit of revelation. I live in the shadow of Mt. Rainier and work in Seattle (a little more than an hour drive on workdays). JK . We who live here are aware of all of the dangers in the back of our minds, but don't really like to dwell on the possibilities. However, I lived through Mt St Helens and the Nisqually Quake and hopefully I have enough stocked up to make it through whatever Miss Nature decides to throw at me. As long as Rainier keeps quiet.
Originally posted by TheBirdisDone
To end this - being close to nature is a healing and enlightening thing. I have felt I am still not close enough. As I have learned more about the Native Americans that populated this region I've felt a desire to sleep outside on the ground much as they did. But I am not sure about the bugs. LOL Still, this past year it has been a nagging urge to just go sleep in the open out there in the sandy pine needles. Especially around full moon time.