Japan-Like Earthquake Would Be Calami...

Japan-Like Earthquake Would Be Calamitous for U.S.

There are 3 comments on the ABC News story from Mar 14, 2011, titled Japan-Like Earthquake Would Be Calamitous for U.S.. In it, ABC News reports that:

Last week's catastrophic earthquake in Japan -- on the heels of three recent tremblers in Haiti, Chile and New Zealand -- has highlighted the potential for similar destruction in the United States, where, under one scenario, downtown Los Angeles would be leveled.

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TacOps

Spokane, WA

#1 Mar 14, 2011
The Pacific Plate is due to lurch backwards, readjusting, as such the Saint Andreas fault would react violently.
Citizen

Centerville, TX

#2 Mar 14, 2011
Yeah! what gave that away? Whats amazing is watching our pretend media attempt to handle a real unscripted event. They have no idea of what to do when it is not propaganda.
nakedempire

Warren, MI

#3 Mar 16, 2011
14 second animated video clip of tsunami as it hit Japan

http://nakedempire.wordpress.com/

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