VIDEO: https://youtu.be/NJoAF4oj_oMSteven Eberlein works for the American Red Cross Cascades Region -- encouraging people to prepare for disasters, especially earthquakes. His experience of the 2004 Boxing Day tsunami left him grappling with this question: can a society adapt to a risk that it has never experienced before? He thinks so. His mission is to spark … Continue reading Why we do not prepare for earthquakes | Steven Eberlein | TEDxPortland – YouTube
VIDEO: https://youtu.be/Iy5a2P3zXl4Originally hailing from Palo Alto, Chris married a Salem girl and is currently Professor of Marine Geology at Oregon State University. His dad worked for NASA; so growing up in a house filled with stuff from the early probes like Voyager, Ranger, Surveyor, etc. made interest in earth sciences a natural progression. He is … Continue reading Toast, tsunamis and the really big one | Chris Goldfinger | TEDxMtHood – YouTube
http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Laguna_Verde_Nuclear_Power_Plant.jpgThe Laguna Verde nuclear plant was put into operation in 1987, but due to cost over runs and delays that increased the price from 500 million to 3.2 BILLION, the actual cost of electricity ended up costing residents DOUBLE that of a new oil fired power plant. "Government officials do not dispute that calculation, but … Continue reading Mexico – Laguna Verde Nuclear Power Plant; Inspectors Go In To Survey For Damage After Earthquake on 18 April 2014
An accurate projection of the tsunami "debris" -- washed out from the March 2011 Japan mega-earthquake/tsunami. One could also expect some part of the radioactive water from Fukushima to be in this mixture of debris and surface fluid.-------------The IPRC Surface Currents Diagnostic (SCUD) model is used to simulate evolution of debris field, drifting from the shores … Continue reading Japan Tsunami Debris To Hit USA January 2013
The following video and story serves to provide as a message of hope, and also provide a meaning to the value of prevention and safety. Wamura Village was located on the coast of Japan, in a location that was hit HARD by the huge tsunami in March of 2011. This small village was the only … Continue reading Lessons From The Only Sea Coast Village In Japan To Survive Tsunami
There is more and more evidence of a solar storm/earthquake link. This large earthquake comes right on the heels of a solar storm hitting Earth. Dutch predicts that there is a high probability of another major earthquake, possibly more.Have your emergency kit ready.. or maybe now is a good time to prepare one. After any … Continue reading 3/9/2012 — 7.1 magnitude earthquake in South Pacific — Vanuatu
"According to Japan’s Nuclear and Industrial Safety Agency (NISA), the (3/11) earthquake and subsequent tsunami affected fourteen nuclear reactors at four sites along the eastern coast – the Fukushima Daiichi site (six reactors), Fukushima Daini site (four reactors), the Ongawa [sic] site (three reactors) and the Tokai site (one reactor)."http://enenews.com/us-commission-14-nuclear-reactors-at-4-sites-in-eastern-japan-were-affected-on-311-according-to-nisa-fukushima-daiichi-had-the-most-serious-damage-daini-onagawa-and-tokai-were-othersWhat does this tell us about the safety … Continue reading On 3/11; 14 Nuclear Reactors In Japan Were Affected; Coverup?