posted on Mar, 22 2011 @ 07:12 PM
PLEASE READ THIS***
I know that Newsweek got blasted this morning from Yahoo News for the article they published which indicated or suggested that one large quake can
trigger another across the length of tectonic plates, however you should all know that there is more to the story. I'm sure many of you believe that
the words I'm writing are not factual, and I hope that you would always challenge each other, but I can tell you with certainty that the USGS is
concerned right now of the affects the 9.0 Japan quake will have in the near future on the Pacific Plate, specifically in one area.
The Salton Sea upwards towards San Bernardino, and I stress that this is MUCH more of an "at risk" area for the USGS in Pasadena. Recent activity
to the South, just across the Mexican boarder, has had many geologist on edge. I have specific information indicating that a "major seismic event is
imminent" and that "human and structural loss would exceed the current capabilities of both Federal and State emergency services". The inside
information that I have indicates a major event that is imminent. In geology terms, that translates to "within weeks". I also want to stress that
the USGS is specifically concerned with something called ground acceleration, or the force at which the ground physically shakes. The expected
"PGA" or "PHA" is off the charts, which many geologists are saying could "potentially trigger additional significant seismic activity on faults
within the region". This supports the theory of a major "cluster-quake" event that, within a few hours, could generate multiple earthquakes
measuring in excess of 6.5+ on various faults within a very small region. It's basically, "the mother of all seismic events". Imagine the "big
one" (8.0) followed by Northridge (6.7), followed by Landers (7.2), followed by an LA Basin quake (capable of generating a 7.0 earthquake under the
most densely populated portion of the city), and so on and so on and so on. The theory of the "cluster-quake" is that the seismic event could last
I cannot say the source of the quotes, but the most telling one was "this is a seismic event of biblical proportions".
I'm saying this because I want people to prepare, now. If you live in Southern California and have experienced earthquakes, as I have over 20
years, throw out all that you experienced. This earthquake will be nothing like the one's you have been through before. I know this first hand. I
lived in Northridge during the 94 quake and remain living in the San Fernando Valley to this day. I'm urging everyone to be prepared for at least
three days, but more importantly, HAVE A PLAN. If you have family members in the area, please make sure you have meeting places, and backup meeting
places for those places. And I have to get this across, it's not a matter of IF, it's a matter of WHEN. Apparently that time is approaching.