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    End of the Funnel: 2 Major Earthquakes 2 Occur (12/10-12/15/08)

    The U.S. Government Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) warns of a "catastrophic" quake around the Tennessee region for one disastrous quake and the forecasters of the 2004 Indian Ocean earthquake (causing the Asian Tsunami) assess that one might possibly appear in South America.

    Vicinity of December 10-15, 2008

    The timing is provided by George Ure (Urbansurvival.com) and Cliff High (Half Past Human.com,) the Predictive Linguistic web bot science analysts who forecast, almost a year ago, the 10/7/08 beginning of the world financial collapse. Also, the 9/11 event, the Oaklohoma City event, and the 5/08 Chinese earthquake, among many other actual occurrances.

    Pinpointing the Locations

    Ure states that, "at the moment, however, it looks like at least one of the two quakes will be inside the band 32 to 36-degrees latitude and that one of the quakes will be noticed as having 5 pretty distinct/large aftershocks of some consequence." Also, "one of the quakes will also be noted for causing "isolation" to the point that other countries will be sending aid - and it's possible that the quake with the isolation could be U.S. centered."

    Reuters reported on November 20th that "FEMA corroborates the quake with "isolation" is in what geologists define as the New Madrid Seismic Zone, would cause "the highest economic losses due to a natural disaster in the United States. FEMA predicted a large earthquake would cause "widespread and catastrophic physical damage" across Alabama, Arkansas, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Mississippi, Missouri and Tennessee -- home to some 44 million people. (Article)

    (It is interesting to note that some of the original information with links to the following story from Bloomberg.com news have been removed.)

    Additional Main Stream Media Corroboration for U.S. Location

    Major quake in Midwest might kill 6,000 study estimates

    "A major Midwestern earthquake may cause 6,000 deaths and $450 billion in damage, while disrupting oil and gas supplies, a U.S. government-sponsored study said."

    "Tennessee and Missouri would suffer the brunt of the destruction from a 7.7-magnitude earthquake along the New Madrid Seismic Zone, where more than 3,000 temblors have occurred since 1974, according to the report from the Urbana, Illinois-based Mid-America Earthquake Center. A quake of about that force devastated the region almost 200 years ago, according to the U.S. Geological Survey." (Article)


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