reply to post by enginiraq2002
Good field, the wife among other things is a first responder here in emergency situations, goes to briefings/training and hears all of this stuff. I
get to buy the brackets and secure the bookcases.
Late last year the big discussion was the whole "FEMA Camp" thing that wasn't exactly responded to in any official capacity, but things to the
effect of national emergency and housing a large number of displaced citizens. Regardless of the doom theories of round ups and gas chambers, the
"FEMA Camps" will be a godsend in the event that this kicks off at some point in the near future or NM decides to wake up. The usual discussion is
why wasnt this utilized during/after Katrina which some of the theories are distasteful, but it would be a financially devastating event for the
nation ( New Madrid, the discussion in this thread, natural or man-made disaster) in certain areas ( Washington State) due to the population centers
and the exit routes that though marked, really arent any help as there is no such thing as Earthquake prediction or a heads up in time to evacuate. A
lot of the financial devastation can be mitigated with some pre-planning. In my field Ive seen the truth of financial implications being much more of
a priority with the government than virtually anything else. Trust me, the scary TPTB know a hell of a lot more of whats going on than we do
concerning earth change and disaster potentials. There is no question as to why the locations of existing camps were chosen over other locations.
Meaning, I havent seen any in San Fransisco or St Louis city.