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The results indicate that the State of Tennessee incurs the highest level of damage and social impacts. Over 250,000 buildings are moderately or more severely damaged, over 260,000 people are displaced and well over 60,000 casualties (injuries and fatalities) are expected. Total direct economic losses surpass $56 billion. The State of Missouri also incurs substantial damage and loss, though estimates are less than those in Tennessee. Well over 80,000 buildings are damaged leaving more than 120,000 people displaced and causing over 15,000 casualties. Total direct economic losses in Missouri reach nearly $40 billion. Kentucky and Illinois also incur significant losses with total direct economic losses reaching approximately $45 and $35 billion, respectively. The State of Arkansas incurs nearly $19 billion in direct economic loss while the State of Mississippi incurs $9.5 billion in direct economic losses. States such as Indiana and Alabama experience limited damage and loss from NMSZ events with approximately $1.5 and $1.0 billion, respectively. Noting that experience confirms that the indirect economic loss due to business interpretation and loss of market share, amongst other features, is at least as high if not much higher than the direct economic losses, the total economic impact of a series of NMSZ earthquakes is likely to constitute by far the highest economic loss due to a natural disaster in the USA.
Significantly large network variance. Suggests broadly shared coherence of thought and emotion. The index is less than 5%.
Originally posted by zorgon
The only traumatic events I have seen over the last few months is all the gloom and doom predictions from 'whistle blowers' that never happened. I see the stress in the posts... I see hundreds of threads on the end of the world form anything from Nibiru to bird flu...
Originally posted by questioningall I have a feeling people are not reading my previous post - if they are saying things that I have already gone over.
It will not just be a thread of - Webbot was wrong - but it will be a thread looking deeper into reasons I and others may try to look at something outside ourselves for guidence and knowing future happenings.
Originally posted by N. Tesla
reply to post by questioningall
so you made 3 useless threads and are now adding a 4th one to it. your logic is either much higher then mine or extremely flawed. i think its the latter.
Originally posted by citnajMy original interpretation, based on the "predictive linguistics" provided in the reports, was that the most likely candidate location for the United States would be Los Angeles. (I know, how original LOL)
Originally posted by zorgon
You want Nibiru? LOL well THIS is what it will be like
Originally posted by stanlee
There is definitely something going on, but I cannot for the life of me tell you exactly what. What I do know is bats have no place or purpose in Cheyenne Wyoming [...] it was noteworthy enough that it brought zoologists here from as far as the Ukraine. about 30 were found in the bark of cottonwood trees.
If you want something more to chew on,[...] There are Elms here, Siberian and American, Cottonwood, Lanceleaf, and Broadleaf, and Quaking Aspen that still have the greenest leaves on them. (post third snow fall and frost) No freezing of cambium, and no withdrawl of starch into root systems. Its as if its a bloody well turn of season on a few of these trees that by rights should be all but dead. As a Master of horticulture, I KNOW this cannot be. I KNOW these crab apples shouldnot have productive moving aphids on them in the midst of december snow, and tempuratures less than 20. This is physiologically impossible, but its happening.