posted on Aug, 8 2012 @ 07:31 PM
Taken directly from Wiki:
Well water in a village outside of Tangshan reportedly rose and fell three times the day before the earthquake. Gas began to spout out of a well in
another village on July 12 and then increased on July 25 and July 26. City dwellers from the "downtown" area who had fish discovered that the fish
were restless, jumping out of the aquarium as if wanting to escape, therefore some animals may have anticipated the earthquake.
More than half a month before the earthquake struck, Wang Chengmin of the State Seismological Bureau (SSB) Analysis and Prediction Department had
already concluded that the Tangshan region would be struck by a significant earthquake between July 22, 1976 and August 5, 1976. Abnormal signals were
mentioned for Beijing, Tianjin, Tangshan, Bohai and Zhangjiakou regions. Wang made an effort to publicize the information to 60 people. One of the
people listening in Qinglong was official Wang Chunqing.
So if Wiki is not making up BS, there should be some kind of signs that we can all monitor closely.
I'm very worried about this as well, especially with that thread the other day about the dude who predicted the Japanese tsunami or whatever.
Any ways, I strongly advise folks stock up on the necessities. I mean, worst case scenario you'll never need to use them but if disaster do struck,
at least you have something.
If possible, let's all observe if there's anything out of the norm around SoCal.
The Tang Shan earthquake was probably 7.5 or 8.4, so it killed a lot of people in China on that one. Let's all just be careful and look out for each