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Yet another warning that makes it clear we should all prepare for a major seismic event along the West Coast – Dateway

While most Americans remain completely obsessed with the upcoming presidential election, large earthquakes continue to rock the Ring of Fire at an alarming rate.

On Monday, a 7.5 magnitude earthquake struck near the small town of Sand Point, Alaska, and was felt over a very large area.

In fact, it is reported that tremors could be felt “as far away as Chugiak, Anchorage and Bethel”. Following the initial earthquake, there was a series of very large aftershocks.

As of this writing, there have already been 19 aftershocks of at least magnitude 4.0 in the region. By the time most of you read this article, that number will certainly be higher.

Sadly, while we have witnessed numerous tremors along the South Alaska Coast and the West Coast of the continental United States in recent months, very few experts seem to be concerned about the possibility. that a very large seismic event occurs.

But they should be.

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Before we get to that, let’s talk about what just happened. The 7.5 magnitude earthquake triggered a tsunami alert for nearly everyone living along the southern coast of Alaska, and two relatively small tsunami waves were reported.

The 7.5 magnitude earthquake near Sand Point, Alaska, generated a tsunami, Scott Langley said Monday afternoon with the National Tsunami Warning Center.

Langley said the tsunami sent two waves, each measuring 130 centimeters (4 feet 3 inches) high. But observers on land reported that the waves appeared to measure 1.5 feet (45.7 centimeters) and 2 feet (61 cm) above high tide.

The good news is that this event didn’t do much damage, but it definitely scared off many local residents. Here is an example…

Candace Nelson, her children and her dogs hid under the table as the earthquake rocked Cold Bay, about 90 miles west of Sand Point.

“My children are all well. Brooke, Wilder and Scout all huddled under our kitchen table until the shaking stopped, ”she told CNN as the family waited for more information on the tsunami. “The dogs were more concerned with what we were doing under the table.”

The place where this earthquake occurred is not too far from where we witnessed a 7.8 magnitude earthquake in July.

Could it be possible that all this activity would turn into something even bigger?

According to an expert, the area where these earthquakes occurred is exactly where “the Pacific plate actually passes under the North American plate” …

“It’s an area where the Pacific plate subdues under the North American plate. And because of that, the Pacific Plate goes under the North American Plate, where it melts, ”Caruso said, noting that this is why there are volcanoes in the region.

Further south along the Ring of Fire, a swarm of hundreds of earthquakes in southern California gained international attention just a few weeks ago …

Hundreds of small earthquakes continue to rock southern California, sending light into San Diego County, as experts increase the chances that a much larger quake could occur in the coming days.

The US Geological Survey (USGS) reported hundreds of earthquakes were reported Wednesday night in the Salton Trench near Westmorland and more than a dozen larger earthquakes on Thursday.

I repeatedly warn that it is only a matter of time before “The Big One” finally hits California. Scientists told us that the San Andreas Fault has the potential to “decompress all at once”, and if that happens, it would be a disaster unlike anything we’ve seen in all of state history. -United. Experts have warned that parts of southern California could sink several feet “relatively instantly” and that such an event “could plunge large parts of California into the sea almost instantly.”

Meanwhile, Steve Quayle and others have repeatedly sounded the alarm bells regarding the Cascadia Subduction Zone. If a 9.0 magnitude earthquake was currently hitting the Cascadia Subduction Zone, it would only take 15 to 20 minutes for the very first tsunami waves to begin hitting the Washington coast. Oregon State University paleoseismologist Chris Goldfinger estimates that such an event could produce a giant wall of water up to 100 feet high that would completely destroy anything it encounters.

In a previous post, I included a quote from the former head of FEMA Region X on what such a disaster would mean for those who live in the Northwest …

If the entire area gives way at the same time, an event that seismologists call a full margin break, the magnitude will be between 8.7 and 9.2. This is the very big one.

… When the tremors have ceased and the tsunami recedes, the region will be unrecognizable. Kenneth Murphy, who heads Region X of FEMA, the division responsible for Oregon, Washington, Idaho, and Alaska, says, “Our operating assumption is that whatever is in the west of Interstate 5 will be toast. ”

In the Pacific Northwest, everything west of Interstate 5 covers some 140,000 square miles, including Seattle, Tacoma, Portland, Eugene, Salem (the capital of Oregon), Olympia (the capital of Washington) and some seven million people.

The phrase “whatever is west of Interstate 5 will be toast” has stuck with me ever since I first read this quote.

Scientists assure us that it is only a matter of time before this happens, but most people don’t take these warnings very seriously.

And let’s not forget that there are also several major volcanoes in the Northwest.

In particular, I was deeply concerned about the potential for an eruption from Mt. Rainier for a very long time. I once wrote an article in which I dubbed Mt. Rainier “America’s most dangerous mountain,” and that statement certainly still holds true today.

Scientists tell us that one day a massive eruption of Mt. Rainier will send superheated hot mud tsunamis known as “lahars” towards the densely populated communities of the Northwest at speeds of up to 50 miles per hour. For many, the official warnings will come far too late and they will die before they even realize what hit them.

Over the next few months, I will be monitoring seismic activity along the US portion of the Ring of Fire much more closely than usual.

There have been so many tremors already and an unprecedented disaster could literally happen at any time.



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