Sunday, 30 May 2010
Friday, 28 May 2010
CORVALLIS, Ore., May 27 (UPI) -- A U.S. scientist says there's a more than one-in-three chance a major earthquake like the one that struck Chile this year could strike the Pacific Northwest.
Oregon State University Associate Professor Chris Goldfinger, a marine geologist, said he and his colleagues have analyzed the U.S. Northwest's seismic history, which includes 41 magnitude 8.2 or higher earthquakes during the past 10,000 years.
"Perhaps more striking than the probability numbers is that we can now say that we have already gone longer without an earthquake than 75 percent of the known times between earthquakes in the last 10,000 years," Goldfinger said.
The last major earthquake to hit the Cascadia Subduction Zone was in January 1700, and scientists are aware of the impact because of written records from Japan documenting the damage caused by an ensuing 30-foot tsunami. Their knowledge about what happened in Oregon and Washington is more speculative, but he said the consensus is that the physical alteration to the coast was stunning.
Goldfinger says the Pacific Northwest is at risk for an earthquake that could meet or exceed the power of seismic events that took place in Chile, as well as Haiti.
"It is not a question of if a major earthquake will strike, it is a matter of when," Goldfinger said.
Thursday, 27 May 2010
So once again the numbers in Pi, this time 17 of them, are being used to show Oban and everybody else an intentional warning by isolating the Pi date.
What this should show people is that the original pin pointing of Oban in connection to God's dire meteor in the sea warning is accurate and real.
It does not necessarily mean that 22.7.10 will be the date of the Oban catastrophe but it does appear that some kind of very important event is going to occur at that time. It all seems to be coming to a head.
ERIC'S OBAN METEOR PI DAY LINK -22.7.10 - 3.1415.
3.1415926535897932 - 22/7 - I NAMED OBAN ROSS.
Yes, I know you did, the question is does Eric?
KELLY'S 3.14159265 PR ID'S A METEOR HIT - OBAN.
OBAN'S METEOR HIT DATA - 3.141592653589793.
The people of Oban and Bowen better hope that Ana's meteor continues to be solely an intellectual one, the one that her Pi Code just showed you. The one you probably can't quite grasp.
The sad fact is that the world is now in such a perilous situation, financial collapse, war looming etc that a God given shock may be the only thing that can turn the tide and save us from ourselves.