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    Default Prepare for Cascadia earthquake

    Appears scientists are realizing that pressure is building in the Cascadia fault. Recommend people in the affected area prepare for possible strong quake and accompanying tsunami.

    http://www.kplu.org/post/study-offsh...s-eerily-quiet
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    If what I think is goin on, is happening. Should get a big tug sometime mid dec 12-21.

    Between the above n the madrid, sittn with popcorn.

    As we heat up from the extra vibes, the crustal plates become elastic. Volcanism is peaking all over.

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    What's going on with the Madrid? That's the closest major fault line to me.
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    Got lots of family over there. Thanks for the heads up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 91CavGT View Post
    What's going on with the Madrid? That's the closest major fault line to me.
    U sure its still a sleeping giant. What happens when it gets super cold with lots of water near the surface?

    Memphis is basically a rolling sand bar.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alredneck View Post
    U sure its still a sleeping giant. What happens when it gets super cold with lots of water near the surface?

    Memphis is basically a rolling sand bar.
    New Madrid and Cascadia are both overdue.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alredneck View Post
    If what I think is goin on, is happening. Should get a big tug sometime mid dec 12-21.
    You psychic or something?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alredneck View Post
    If what I think is goin on, is happening. Should get a big tug sometime mid dec 12-21.

    Between the above n the madrid, sittn with popcorn.

    As we heat up from the extra vibes, the crustal plates become elastic. Volcanism is peaking all over.
    That's a convergent plate. Shouldn't that be a push, not a tug?
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    Quote Originally Posted by B&C USA View Post
    New Madrid and Cascadia are both overdue.
    Don't know about the Madrid but Cascadia doesn't seem to be overdue. The article says a mega quake happens every 400-600 years and the last big one was 315 years ago. Maybe have some time yet. Or who knows- could pop tomorrow. That's why we prep right?
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    Quote Originally Posted by B&C USA View Post
    New Madrid and Cascadia are both overdue.
    Thats what some say. Think Cascadia has a bit more time pent up. Was thinkn cali was goin to get hit a few months ago, n alaska took the hit.

    skeets did dallas get a small quake like 3 was ago or so?

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