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Would the New Madrid Fault affect Canada?

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posted on May, 28 2011 @ 02:36 AM
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"shield zone" or not, none of you seem to have taken into consideration, the 15 nuclear facilities along the New Madrid fault. If they are compromised, I don't think it's going to matter where you are.




posted on May, 28 2011 @ 04:26 AM
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The last time New Madrid had a sequence eruption (1811-12) there were 18 quakes that were felt in Montreal. However, there was not any real damage or anything. Most were just felt. About 3 of them (the biggest ones) knocked dishes and books off shelves in Montreal.

In the past, around 1400 AD, the New Madrid quake sequence magnitudes were a bit larger than in 1811-12, and around 900 AD, that sequence actually had substantially larger magnitudes than the ones in 1811-12.

So, if you were in Montreal for example, and a really big New Madrid quake hit, you would probably not be in any danger, but you might have books and shelves knocked down.

Hopefully this info helps.



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