posted on Aug, 4 2012 @ 02:30 PM
reply to post by TrueAmerican
“Normally, the Cascadia Subduction Zone is very, very quiet,” Goldfinger said. “Chatter I’ve heard among seismologists, they think they’re
pretty deep in the Juan de Fuca slab. But no one would stick their neck out and say what they think they mean.”
the article here has gotten many people spooked. We have a friend who decided to move right now, she put her house up for sale based on this alone!
I checked the inundation map for Crescent City CA our town Del Norte County Ca, it shows our house would have water on all sides but dry....wonder how
trustworthy that is? It shows all roads out of town would be flooded.
"A suite of tsunami source events was selected for modeling, representing realistic
local and distant earthquakes and hypothetical extreme undersea, near-shore landslides
(Table 1). Local tsunami sources that were considered include offshore reverse-thrust
faults, restraining bends on strike-slip fault zones and large submarine landslides
capable of significant seafloor displacement and tsunami generation"