- Nov 17, 2006
Excuse me but, what does "if all the ice melting" have to do with the previous article? The previous article is a "maybe tomorrow" reality for those of us who know anything about japan and the lies that they've been telling us concerning those reactors. Japan is subject to have one of those earthquakes as I write. It's sad that so many of our people are in a literal fog concerning almost everything. Just saying.
Its in tandem with your Thread title:
Recent study found another earthquake could require evacuation of the entire North American coast
Did you miss the reference in red:
In North America, the entire Atlantic seaboard would vanish beneath the waves, including Florida and the Gulf Coast. Much of California would be underwater. Millions of Americans would be permanently dislocated from their homes to say nothing of the potentially insurmountable impact on natural wildlife.
And again, this scenario is only based on current population figures. Who knows what the Earth will look like in 5,000 years and how many people will be living here?