LOS ANGELES — More than 100 aftershocks continued to rattle Southern California on Saturday after a stronger earthquake the night before displaced dozens of residents. Among the strongest aftershocks, the U.S. Geological Survey reported a magnitude-3.4 struck at 9:02 a.m. PT Saturday, centered close to La Habra near Los Angeles, which took the brunt of the larger quake Friday night. The strong earthquake was felt widely across the region shortly after 9 p.m. PT Friday. The USGS said the epicenter was 1 mile from Brea, located about 20 miles southeast...
Given the the nuclear reactor meltdown disaster in Fukushima Japan, and the local area Fallout contamination that is now entering the food chain and water systems there, I have constructed a location map of the current (and decommissioned) nuclear power reactors in the United States. Without discussing For or Against nuclear power, it may be smarter and a better use of time to learn some lessons from what happened in Japan that led to the the Fukushima meltdown, and to consider the potential risk for those living in the U.S. near one of these reactors...
Natural disasters can occur anywhere and in many different forms. Earthquakes, tornados, hurricanes, floods and wildfires are all candidates to impact your home and cause damage to you and your property. Preparing for each has its own complexities and problems. Depending on your area, one disaster may be more prevalent than the next – but be sure, you’d do right by yourself to prep appropriately for the most common disasters to prevent severe damage from happening to your property and loved ones. Thankfully the team at Choice Home Warranty has...
A total of 130 earthquakes shook Yellowstone National Park between Sept. 10 and Sept. 15, according to a University of Utah press release, though most were too small for a person to feel. Bob Smith is a geophysicist who has spent the last 53 years monitoring seismic activity in and around the Yellowstone Caldera.
In the aftermath of the Boston Bombings, talk of “coincidentally” scheduled terror drills surrounding the attack has circulated throughout the Internet, prompting many to question the official version of the events. This is for good reason because the existence of military, emergency response, and other related drills on or around the time of a major event is one hallmark indicator of a false flag attack.
Several people have posed the question recently of what to do with corpses, of which there will be many, post-collapse. There are views ranging from leave them where they drop hoping animals will deal with them, to funeral services conducted by …whoever, through to mass burials and cremation. There are circumstances that will most likely fit all of these solutions, but leaving a body where it is, particularly if it is in the vicinity of you and your family is in my opinion, the worst thing you could do.
We are witnessing the storm of the century!! I just hope that people were prepared. Our thoughts and prayers are with those affected by this.