posted on Mar, 18 2011 @ 06:31 PM
I'm writing this because I am concerned about the Japanese people and the Americans living off the west coast of the USA.
On the 11th of March, a devastating disaster hit the good people of Japan. A 9.0 earthquake struck off the east coast of Japan causing a massive
tsunami, thousands of deaths, billions worth of damage, and a nuclear disaster.
Some say that in the event of a nuclear meltdown high levels of radiation will reach the west coast of the US as it will be carried by the jet stream.
Others disagree to say that it poses no danger, any radiation will fall into the pacific, after all the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki did
not affect the west coast. I personally think that this whole disaster is very unpredictable and I kept saying that since the start. this is not 1945
and its not another Chernobyl, it could get much worse very quickly. Again, its unpredictable.
I recommend checking this thread out if you haven't:
Jim Berkland (Geologist), W Coast Quake window starts March 19 2011
An apocalyptic scenario is likely to occur on the west coast and I'm looking at the worst possibility here. Lets say an earthquake hit the west coast
or off the west coast, trapping many people, radiation levels rise but people are stuck. maybe the first sign telling people to get out of the west
coast was the radiation reaching there.
trust me guys if I was there, I would know that its a sign telling me to leave. if high levels of radiation reach the west coast over time it can make
things very ugly, now add an earthquake/tsunami to the mix and its something to worry about.
be safe and good luck.